Island 3 Google Arts & Culture
POP students will be challenged to curate their own virtual art exhibition using Google Arts & Culture. Choose a topic and select artworks that best represent their ideas. Then create an educational resource to accompany the exhibition, such as an audio tour, video, catalog, or a graphic pane
Island 3 Google Arts and Culture
An art exhibition is a collection of art that is carefully chosen to teach or tell a story. To curate a great art exhibition, you need certain knowledge and skills. You need to be able to:
Recognize how an artwork makes a person feel/think/react.
Analyze what you see in order to understand these reactions.
Identify the artist’s intent.
Evaluate whether the artist was successful. Did the artwork have the intended affect on you?
Elements of Art:
In order to analyze art, it helps to understand how artists use elements of art and design to communicate with their audiences.
How do curves communicate energy?
How can colors affect mood?
How do artists use the elements of art to create emphasis?
Find these answers and more on the Getty Museum website:
Elements of Art (Line, Shape/Form, Space, Color, Texture).
Principles of Design (Balance, Emphasis, Movement).