This lesson is part of a sequence (or bundle) pertaining to Art Analysis Strategies. This one integrates Drama activities, specifically, writing a journal response "in role", pretending to be the artist, and reviewing imaginary experiences, all based on extensive research into the artist's real life.
The student synthesizes biographical information about an artist and compositional information about the art work by writing a journal (in role), as an artist; employing the language of art as it pertains to a selected work.
Imagine what thoughts Vermeer might have had in writing about the circumstances he faced while painting the “Girl with a Pearl Earring”.
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Art Analysis Strategies: Artist's Statement, Artist's Interview
Art Analysis Strategy: Appropriation; Recontextualize Classic Art with Personified Objects
Art Analysis Strategy: Image Improvisations; Interpreting a Work of Art/Drama
Art Analysis Strategy: Pop Masters; Abstracting an Old Master with Contemporary Images
Art Analysis Strategy: Step into the Picture. Turn Around.,
What Do You See?
Art Analysis Strategy: Word and Image Match; Word Association in Image Interpretation
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