[Pay for Essay] – Write a journal on who makes an art

Journal exercises are all about reflective thinking. Not sure what that means? Well, reflection is a form of personal response to experiences, situations, events or new information. Think of it as a ‘processing’ phase where thinking and learning take place. College is pretty much a reflection period because you’re being exposed to new content.

In these assignments you select a prompt and respond. Each of these allows you to focus on a specific idea or example of art and then write your thoughts and reactions – essentially a reflection. Why do this? So you can see how your personal ideals and values influence the way you respond to art – which is the focus of this course.

Choose one of the following prompts:

#1: Who Makes Art?
Who makes art? Do you think artists have innate ability or acquired skill (or both)? How do artist’s roles change with different cultural considerations? Support your answers with examples, and provide any links or images that help in your explanations.

#2: The Artists of Art21
View at least five short videos from ART21. You can search artists from the link at the top middle of the homepage. Watch how these artists work and what they say about their process. List the five (5) artists you viewed. Then place one artist in each of the following categories:

Identify the artist most concerned with the process of making the work.
Identify the artist most concerned with creativity in the idea for their art or the work itself.
Identify the artist most concerned with materials.
Identify who surprised you the most and explain why.

http://www.art21.org/

The Task:

  1. Identify which prompt you selected. (5 points)
  2. Compose a written response to the prompt. Be thorough and address each point or question in the selection. You can choose to do this as an essay or use a question/answer format. (15 points)
  3. Your response must be at least 150 words. (5 points)

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