MUSEUM PAPER REQUIREMENTS
read the instructions very carefully
Visit the Getty Center, the Norton Simon, MOCA or LACMA.
YOU MUST GO TO ONE OF THESE MUSEUMS IN PERSON.
You will want to bring this sheet of the museum paper instructions with you to the museum so that you wonâ€™t forget to list any of the details that I mention here.
1. Select one work of art to write about. It can be something that strikes you as beautiful, interesting or thought provoking, and hopefully something that spurs thought about another work of art that you have seen in your online text.
2. In your own words, describe the work of art in detail. Describe the gallery setting in detail and how the object is presented in the museum setting. For example, is it in a case or on a pedestal? Does the object look different in natural light? Mention how it relates to the other objects around it, and describe the surrounding objects carefully, as they are all related in the roomâ€™s thematic display. Name at least three other nearby artworks carefully. Be careful to list the date of all artworks discussed.
3. Compare the work of art that you choose at the museum to something that you can see is very similar or very different from the text. Again, thatâ€™s just one artwork from the museum, one from the text. This means that you will write a comparison of the work in the museum to an object in the text, noting stylistic differences or similarities between the two, or perhaps a common subject matter, or a very different use of color or style (artistic technique) between the two works. You might want to get my advice on your selections to be sure that youâ€™re on the right track. Email me with a few museum picks and text comparisons, and Iâ€™ll steer you in the right direction.
4. Discuss the functions of your two chosen works of art, their methods of creation, and focus on what is important or historical about them. Discuss how your selections reflect the culture and the time in which they were created. This means that you must include quite a bit of history about the country/region that it was created in, and a â€œtasteâ€ of the times (was it made during a period of war, famine, artistic rebirth, etc.)
5. In addition, provide at least one paragraph in which you give a personal response to the artwork that you saw at the museum. Discuss your reaction to seeing it in person compared to the experience of viewing images in reproduction. Discuss any emotional response you may have to the work.
6. Do additional research on your artwork. Include information about the stylistic movement that your artwork is identified with (Impressionism, Pop Art, the Baroque, etc.) This is an exercise in viewing art, and understanding its context.
7. All references must be documented with proper citations. That includes museum placards, the textbook, my notes, or any other written sources such as journals, websites or books. Also provide a bibliography, and format it in Chicago style. If you are unsure how to footnote, just Google â€œChicago Footnotesâ€ or â€œChicago bibliography,â€ and numerous help sites will appear.
8. All papers must include a cover page, page numbers, an introduction, subsequent paragraphs, and a conclusion. Do not title all of the parts of your paper separately, but write your paper as one continuous exploration of your subject.
9. Your paper must be typed, double-spaced, and in Times New Roman in size 12 font. Please proofread your paper carefully.
10. Your museum paper MUST be at least 4 pages in length. If it is 3.75 you will receive no credit for this assignment. This 4 page length refers to the text only, and does not include your cover page, an illustrations page or bibliography.
11. Watch for plagiarism! This means NO cutting and pasting of information of any kind. Put data in your own words, then footnote every time you take information from any outside source. You should have dozens of footnotes for a paper of this size. If there is ANY plagiarism, you will get a ZERO on your paper without a chance to re-do the work.
12. Make an effort!
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