1. You will be curating your own art exhibit using the terms that we covered in this unit on the different fine arts media. Your exhibit must include at least

1.  You will be curating your own art exhibit using the terms that we covered in this unit on the different fine arts media. Your exhibit must include at least three different terms from each of the different categories listed below: 3 different terms from drawing, 3 different terms from sculpture, 4 different terms from painting, etc. 2.  Determine a theme for your fine arts exhibition. (Examples of exhibition themes could be “mythological heroes,” “religion,” “the human body,” etc.)  The artworks that you select for this assignment must all fit the theme in some way. 3.  Name your exhibition and create a brief paragraph that gives an overview of your exhibition topic. This information should be included on slide 1 of your PowerPoint presentation. 4.  Next, select a minimum of for your exhibition that illustrate listed from the media terms below. (Remember, each artwork must both illustrate a term fit your theme.) Choose your artworks from the following museums’ permanent collections: the Getty Museum ( ), the Louvre Museum ( ), or the Museum of Modern Art ( ). 5.  Create a “visual tour” of your exhibition in PowerPoint format. Each slide of your PowerPoint presentation should include a high quality image of a selected artwork, plus the artist’s name (if known) or the culture of origin, title, date, medium, and the name of the museum that owns it. 6.  Also on each slide, label the term illustrated. Write one or two sentences explaining how your piece illustrates each term. Then, include one or two sentences explaining how the artwork fits your exhibition theme. Chalk Cartoon Charcoal Pastel Graphite Ink drawing Wash drawing Collage Fresco Tempera painting Oil painting Watercolor Mixed-media painting Acrylic painting Woodcut Linocut Drypoint Engraving Etching Aquatint Chine-collé Lithograph Silkscreen Monotype Daguerreotype Calotype Gelatin Silver print Chromogenic print Digital print Low relief gh relief Freestanding sculpture Subtractive process Additive process Casting Modeling Lost-wax technique Installation Patina Earthwork Assemblage Readymade Mixed-media Kinetic sculpture Porcelain Stoneware Stained glass Tapestry Embroidery Quilt Repoussé Embossing

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