ART 120-Reading homework help

ART 120-Reading homework help

Rubric for Unit 3 Written Assignment

Starting in Unit 3, we start to see a growing number of artists who are really getting creative when looking for personal style and subject matter from all over Europe, and they all have so much artwork created during their careers that we don’t get to see. This week, choose one ARTIST from Unit 3 that you think is unique in style, subject matter, or technique. Find one painting by that artist that have not seen in the course materials, and write an essay analyzing their work. Following the pattern of analyzing paintings from the slide show presentations, present a detailed overview of your artist’s work based on what you see. You don’t have to worry about historical documentation here! Write it as if you are in a museum with a friend, and you are describing a painting based on what you’ve learned in class!

CRITERIA

Deficient

(0-5points)

Proficient to Development Needed

(6-8 points)

Exemplary to Proficient (9-10 points)

Points Earned

(100 points)

Overview of the topic.

20 points

Does not provide an adequate overview or is missing

Overview is presented, though may not be clear or complete

Overview is clearly presented including all criteria outlined above

Interpretation

25 points

Missing major content areas, unable to recognize the specific elements of the historic art period.

Recognizes basic content of the historic art period represented.

Critiques content of the specific historic art period presented with insight and accurate interpretation.

Evaluation

25 points

Fails to draw conclusions between artwork and class content on analyzing art.

Identifies some conclusions between artwork and class content on analyzing art.

Examines conclusions between artwork and class content on analyzing art.

Presentation

5 points

Misrepresents issues or draws faulty conclusions

Identifies or generalizes issues

Discusses issues thoroughly and shows intellectual honesty

Evidence of learning outcomes

15 points

Unclear or contradictory evidence of learning the styles of the Late Renaissance and Mannerism

Some evidence of learning the styles of the Late Renaissance and Mannerism

Complete evidence of learning all aspects of the styles of the Late Renaissance and Mannerism.

Images

5 points

Some or none of the images represent the late Renaissance or Mannerism in Europe.

Most of the images are appropriate to represent the late Renaissance or Mannerism in Europe.

All of the images are appropriate to represent the late Renaissance or Mannerism in Europe.

Layout

5 points

The layout does not follow a consistent pattern, nor reflect the purpose of the content

The layout follows a consistent pattern but doesn’t reflect the purpose

The layout follows a consistent pattern and reflects the purpose of the content

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