ART 3683 WEEK 9 NOTES
ART 3683 WEEK 9 NOTES ART 3683
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Nichole Pike on Monday October 17, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ART 3683 at Oklahoma State University taught by Dr. Siddons in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see History of 20th Century Art in Art at Oklahoma State University.
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Date Created: 10/17/16
ART 3683 WEEK 9 During class time on Tuesday we were to work on our reading response that will be due next Tuesday. I chose the reading by Salvador Dali and thought it was different. Dali’s writing seemed to go in constant circles rather than directly to the point. However, I have known of some of Dali’s work since the first art history class I took and I have always been intrigued by his works. During class time on Thursday, our professor was gone to Taos, NM. This summer, I took a 2 week course in Taos called Biomimicry. Taos is an extremely sustainable city and is also known for its numerous artists and variety of galleries. We got the chance to visit a view galleries and museums and saw a variety of works by wellknown artists, including Georgia O’Keefe. Taos was a wonderful place to visit, and I recommend it for anyone! I chose to continue working on my research paper during class time. While resources about the history of the Bennett Memorial Chapel are short and hard to access, the visual analysis of the building will make up the majority of my paper. I love the Bennett Chapel, not only because of its location on OSU’s campus, but also because of its beauty. About a year ago, I had the opportunity to attend a wedding in Bennett Chapel. The couple had met during college and it was so fitting that they got married there as well. The chapel offers an escape even though it seems centered in the chaotic travel of visitors to OSU. It does offer this sort of timelessness with the brick and wood combination within close quarters. The main area of the chapel is intimate and quaint, while a maze of hallways allows you to explore other parts of the building that seem shut off from the main area.