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Culture and communication. 2022 Best

Culture and communication.

For this assignment we will explore culture and communication. The first portion requires you to spend a generous amount of time researching your selected culture.

Culture and communication.

Intercultural: Read directions carefully As we explore a variety of dimensions, we can identify cultures. This final project will have you exploring one culture in depth and detail. We will each pick a culture that has intrigued us at some point and you have a desire to research. Remember that culture doesn’t mean another land; culture can be anything that has identifiers that are unique to that group of people. This paper will be divided into chapters with page length varying for each. You are exploring an entire culture and need to make sure you go deeper than surface level information.

Culture and communication.

Therefore each section should be at least one to two full pages (double spaced, no larger than 12 point font), making the entire paper a very minimum five pages. Photos, graphs, chapter titles, works cited page, or over-sized headings do not count towards the page total. The first portion requires you to spend a generous amount of time researching your selected culture. There is a minimum requirement of FOUR ACADEMIC SOURCES that must be cited at the point of reference every time you use information from a source.

Culture and communication.

You can use footnotes for citations, write out the citation (“according to the text, Cultures are Interesting, 2020, it states….”) or parenthetical citations ( culture is amazing (Smith, 2021). You will then be required to have a works cited documenting all sources used. The works cited should be alphabetized and formatted correctly. Been a while since you cited sources? No problem! Use of of the free online citation generators provided by the college (or another online generator, if you prefer). You will divide the sections into the following (the bold is the required topic; the italics are suggested sub topics).

Culture and communication.

Overview o   History, People, Perceptions of the culture, perceptions the culture has Communication o   Hierarchy, Identity, Culture, Power Nonverbal o   Artifacts, Food, events surrounding meals, Power Religion & Politics o   Types, Practices, or how it affects the culture Business & Worldview o   Practices, Views on time, Views of the world, education Works cited o   Minimum of 4 academic sources which need to be documented throughout the paper, and at the end in works cited. You may utilize online websites to assist with the works cited page (go to Spartanet, library resources, help, citation resources). Please contact me for examples of how to document sources if you are unsure. https://youtu.be/kF3WfYRWouU

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Analyzing art from Metropolitan museum. 2200 Best

Analyzing art from Metropolitan museum.

In this museum project art 2200 we will focus on analyzing art from Metropolitan museum.  Steps to completing your project: 1. Photograph the works on site.* 2. Record the title, media, culture and other pertinent information on the museum label. 3. You may find these links helpful to research more background information for the objects you choose.

Analyzing art from Metropolitan museum.

Using the Art Institute of Chicago’s vast database, choose at least 2 objects from each of these cultures (you may also include an architectural feature)- Meso America or South America (Meso, South and North can be searched as the Americas) North America Africa India or SE Asia West Asia (also helpful to use the term Islamic when searching) China (You may also use Asia as a general search to find both Chinese and Japanese art) Japan Oceana (this one is tricky- to make this more enjoyable, I’d like you to use the Metropolitan Museum’s site – see link below). Follow the following steps to completing your project:

Analyzing art from Metropolitan museum.

1. Photograph the works on site.* 2. Record the title, media, culture and other pertinent information on the museum label. 3. You may find these links helpful to research more background information for the objects you choose.**. 4. Write a short paragraph describing each of the works you have selected. 5. After choosing and researching your 16 objects, look for conceptual connections between 2 or more of them (they must be objects from different cultures). This should be a ‘Big Idea’ like Power, Identity, Spirituality, Family etc. Write a closing paragraph that includes your analysis of this last point. There may be multiple ways to accomplish this.

Analyzing art from Metropolitan museum.

For example, A Gong Dynasty spouted bronze vessel carved with animals may relate to a sculpture from another culture that uses animals to reinforce the idea of power or protection. Alternatively, you may decide to focus on the idea of the ritual pouring of liquids and relate it to another object based on that property. Think in terms of exploration and curation. What do these objects tell us about their respective cultures? How are these artistic practices related in terms of form and content? Open your mind to connections between ideas that you find across cultures.

Analyzing art from Metropolitan museum.

Include images or links to the images with your paper. Your final paper should be 6-8 pages long, text only (do not insert images into the text body; instead paste them into an additional page, or simply provide a link). Papers MUST be on the due date. Papers must be documented using the MLA style, with a bibliography. Students who are unfamiliar with this style should seek help using on campus resources. *Ideally, you would visit the museum in person. Please make every effort to do so. https://youtu.be/0fDhd0mMMe8

Analyzing art from Metropolitan museum.

If you are not able to do this, please use the Art Institute’s database for all objects except for Oceanic. **A few examples for additional sources- • https://www.metmuseum.org/ • https://rietberg.ch/en/ • https://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/exhibition/meschac-gaba-museumcontemporary-african-art • https://heritageasianart.org/exhibitions.html#past • https://www.miaegypt.org/en-us/museum/collection/Collection

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