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  • 1. MOOSE
  • 2. Art LectureChad Carpenter
  • 3. Junk to FunkUAA Recycling
  • 4. ART 21
  • 5. Evaluating Art Description
  • 6. Art Criticism
  • 7. DESCRIPTION: What do I see?• What tools, materials, or processes did the artist use?• What elements did the artist choose and how did the artist organize the elements?• Does the artwork depict anything? If so, what?INTERPRETATION: What is the artwork about?• Can I express what I think the artwork is?• What evidence inside or outside the artwork supports my interpretation?JUDGEMENT: Is it a good artwork?• What criteria do I think are most appropriate for judging the artwork?• What evidence inside or outside the artwork relates to each criterion?• Based on the criteria and evidence, what is my judgment about the quality of the artwork?
  • 8. Pottery Sale
  • 9. Great Museums
  • 10. Excellence in the arts can affect every aspect of your life—the more you learn, the more you know—Art is Fun!
  • 11. Best Wishes!!

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