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by: Dr. Joanny Gaylord


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Dr. Joanny Gaylord
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Sara Northerner

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Date Created: 10/23/15
Humanities 15101 Creativity and the Arts The everything I can think of Section One Study Guide INTRODUCTION TO THE ARTS What are the Humanities How do the Arts fit into this definition How is Art the illuminator of values How does this relate to taste What are basic critera to determine whether or not something is a work of art What is the difference between a formal and a contextual critique What are the three possible types of criticism Define what it means to give an allegorical interpretation of a work of art Know how to distinguish between categories of fine art and artlike areas of creative production PAINTING DRAWING PRINTMAKING What are the art elements used in painting drawing and printmaking What are the art principles that govern these areas Be able to give draw see a few examples What are the different media of painting What are the basic categories of printmaking What are the three distinct qualities of color What role does the medium play in creating texture Give an example How is the ink distributed in a woodcut An etching Name at least three techniques that can suggest depth in a painting What was the primary media used in your researched period or style of paintings How is this evident Using your researched paintings as examples be able to explain the key aspects of the period style PHOTOGRAPHY Who invented photography this is a trick question What camera preceded the photographic camera Where did the f 64 group get their name and why What is straight photography What are its characteristics What distinguishes photography from painting or printmaking think art elementsprinciples Why is Alfred Stieglitz s The Steerage important SCULPTURE In what specific ways does sculpture differ from painting think art elementsprinciples In what specific ways does our experience with sculpture differ from that of painting What is the difference in sunken relief low relief and high relief sculpture In early sculpture Egyptian Greek Roman give an important example of how it changed over time List the techniques used in creating sculpture What methods of sculpture would these be How do these relate to the materials of sculpture Be able to give examples from your research What was the primary media used in your researched period or style of sculpture Explain why this mediatechnique was important to your artist Using your researched sculptures as examples be able to apply the art elements and principles of sculpture ARCHITECTURE Explain how an architect as an artist creates space What makes an architectural work art What give the types of construction or structural systems How is it put together What are the media of architecture What is it made of What is a technical requirement of architecture Name a functional requirement of architecture What is meant by having a spatial requirement of architecture What could be a revelatory requirement of architecture How does architecture bring out the symbolism of the earth earth rooted What is the function of sky oriented architecture What is the function of the earth in earth resting architecture What are the characteristics of earth dominating architecture Which orientations are most postmodern architectural works In your researched buildings how are its orientations seen Who is Frank Gehry


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