This is an art power point assignment on an artist reenactment project. I had already attached the photo of the artist. This must be 20 facts on the artist and art work. The artist is on a woman holding a balance by Johannes Vermeer, 1664. Please read what belongs on the power point assignment.
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Artist Reenactment Project • • • • • • • • • • You can only pick an image from our textbook (Gateways To Art) Must have a person in the work Can recreate a 2D (painting, drawing, print, photograph, etc.) or 3D Sculpture image from the textbook. If it’s in the book and has a person in the image it will work for this project. No two people in a class can recreate the same work of art. Reserve your topic on Discussion Board in Blackboard To reserve a work of art comment in Discussion board below my original post with the Artist, Title and Page Number of your artwork. You will recreate the artwork with people, costumes and props. You do not have to be the person in the picture. Friends, family, etc. will work Photograph the final set up. You are not drawing or painting this is a photograph. Create a PowerPoint with information about your artist and the work of art. Present your Final Product to the class on Blackboard *******Note: IMPORTANT INFO: • • • • If your artwork is a nude (sculpture/painting) you must be clothed with at least a bathing suit/bike short. If your figure is a nude lounging you could always have your person/self in a gown/pjs. EVERYONE in the image must be CLOTHED. No child should be used depicting any violence/sexual activity or underage activities such as simulated drinking or smoking. Example: Sally Mann’s New Mother’s instead of a cigarette the student could just do the pose or maybe hold a lollipop. All final images need to be school appropriate. These will be presented to the class for a separate grade. What belongs in your PowerPoint? • • • • • • • Slide 1 – Name and Title/Artist of Artwork Slide 2 – Image of original artwork. Include credit line (Artist, Title, Date, Media, Size & Current Location). Include Page number work is found in textbook Slide 3 Plus (use as many slides as you need) – 20 Facts on Artist and Artwork Next Slide – Your recreated image. Second to last slide – Explain how you took the pictures and what you used as props Final Slide – Your work and original side by side with the credit line again Work Cited Slide – MLA Format Rubric Used props, thoughtful use of background ______ out of 20 Recreated image is in spirit of original work of art. It does not need to be 100% like the original. Image is in focus, clear, composition is well done and interesting PowerPoint is correctly laid out ______ out of 20 20 facts on artist/artwork ______ out of 20 Work Cited Slide is formatted correctly and includes all information ______ out of 10 ______ out of 20 ______ out of 10 https://mymodernmet.com/remaking-the-masters-maise/ Woman holding a balance by Johannes Vermeer, 1664 Perhaps the greatest compliment an artist can give another is to remake it in his or her own unique way. These photo reenactments take old, classic paintings and turn them into modern works of art. Maise Maud Broadhead is an artist who did just that. Aside from one picture (The Heir, shown below) her photo re-interpretations also have their own unique twist. Look closely and you’ll notice that jewelry has been carefully placed in each picture. “A collection of photography and accompanying jewelery. Each photograph is a modern day re-interpretation of a historical painting where jewelery is at the center of the image’s meaning. The photographs have accompanying jewelery that act as key props within each of the images. When depicted in the photograph the jewelery appears quite traditional, yet when the pieces are experienced physically we see there is illusion at work. In the flesh the jewelery is a collection of distorted and hidden half-truths. Originally exhibited at the Royal College of Art graduation show 2009.”
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Tags: social development Woman Holding a Balance Johannes Vermeer washing the dust of daily life off our souls Facts about artist and artwork