This is the first step in an ongoing course project. This project will provide an opportunity to choose an art form and deepen your understanding of it, when you select a work of art within that art form to study and research throughout the course. You will fulfill various weekly parameters that detail the specific requirements for each worksheet as you participate in the weekly Final Project Milestones exercise.
Final Project Milestone 1: Identify an artistic venue for an art form that you can attend by the end of Week 4 of this course. Examples include, but are not limited to, an art or photograph exhibition, concert, dance recital, film, or theater production.
Note: In Week 2, you will choose a specific work of art, identify the venue where you will observe that art form, and identify the chapter in the course text that corresponds with that art form. (The Week 1 and Week 2 Final Project Milestones constitute the basis of your Final Project.)
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Please review the preformatted “Final Project Milestone 1” worksheet.
Final Project Milestone 1 (Word document)
Please review the “Introduction to the Humanities Through the Arts Final Project” document in this week’s Learning Resources.
Use the links in the “Research Resources for the Humanities through the Arts Final Project” document, regarding the various humanities, as a starting point for the Final Project. Think about what art form (e.g., drama, music, literature, painting, sculpture, architecture, photography, or other) you want to focus on for your project.
Note: In Week 2, for Final Project Milestone 2, you choose a work of art within that art form.
By Day 7
Complete your Final Project Milestone 1 on the worksheet provided and save it. Support your assertions by making at least two documented references to your course readings, following examples in the “Common Reference List Examples” link in this week’s Learning Resources.