Due Thursday 11/3
Due Thursday 11/18
Due Tuesday 11/22
Art History Timeline
Extra Credit: OPTIONAL
10 pts. towards final grade
(Last opportunity for extra this semester)
Create your own continuous narrative. Must be able to
demonstrate that you understand what a continuous narrative is. Topics can include; a play by play of a significant game/meet, a struggle in life that you’ve overcome, an exciting achievement, overall life with major milestones. Must be in color. Materials used is up to you. Paper will be provided. Examples will be put up under the Ancient Rome page of the website.
Create an original timeline. Must include artworks, artistic
periods, and dates or date ranges. “Need to know dates” are only generalized dates made up by Ms. Park to help you think of time periods quickly. They are NOT official dates in recording artworks or reigns of royalty/leaders. Must demonstrate that you understand how artistic time periods overlap. Should be clear and concise no matter how you choose to create your timeline. You can use any format you would like including handmade books, digital infographics, an installation, or an online timeline creator. You should be able to study from this aid AND be able to add to it as we progress through time. Your timeline will start with prehistory and go through ancient Rome, ending just before early Christianity. You do not need to include every artwork we’ve covered, just a few to help you place artworks on a timeline. This info is also available under the Projects tab > Timeline.
Getty Villa Museum visit. Choose any one artwork that you’re
inspired by. Write a formal analysis of the artwork (directions on website under the Projects tab > Museum Visit. You can make a day and carpool if you would like. Keep your receipt or ticket stub and attach to your analysis. This Getty location includes only artworks from ancient Greece, Etruria, and Rome. Open daily from 10a-5p, closed on Tuesdays. 17985 Pacific Coast Hwy, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272