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10TH CENTRAL ASIA. RUSSIAN ARCHITECTURE: LCE session, bim III, 2013

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  • 1. Código GS-FR-084 C QUARTER EVALUATION Fecha de Versión 2011-09-22 Elaboró: Edith Ceferino Revisó: Luis Fernando Aprobó: Edith Ceferino Contreras Cargo: Coordinadora Cargo: Coordinador Gestión Cargo: Coordinadora Académica Primaria de Calidad Académica Primaria Fecha: Sept. 22 de 2011 Fecha: Sep. 22 de 2011 Fecha: Sept. 22 de 2011DEPARTMENT: Art SUBJECT: Artistic EducationSTUDENT’S NAME:___________________________________________ thDATE: ________________________________ GRADE: 10 ______IM 1, CT 1. Religious beliefs have always been represented through their architecturalconstructions. Each part of the church or temple has a meaning and is therefore repeatedamong other constructions throughout time, becoming icons for the country’sarchitecture. In Central Asian constructions, we can also identify several commoncharacteristics.Compare the images below. From the word list, identify the characteristic that is similar ineach pair of images. Arch / Onion-shaped Cupola / Gargoyle / Dome / Bell Tower_________________________________________________________________________ Common Characteristic: ___________________TajMahal (Agra, India)Hindu Akshardham temple (South Delhi, India)_________________________________________________________________________ Common Characteristic: ___________________Saint Basil’s Cathedral Annunciation Cathedral(Moscow, Russia)(Moscow, Russia)
  • 2. Contrast both characteristics chosen above. Explain the religious meaning that they share, as wellas the reason for their architectural differences.Religious meaning: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Reasons for their architectural differences: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________CT 2. Imagine you are an architect from the future, living in the year 2150. The government wantsyou to innovate in a new design for amodern church that will represent the main ideals of yourreligion or beliefs.Religion: __________________________Ideals of this religion: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________List, draw, and explain the meaning behindeach of the 3 main parts of your imaginary churchdesign. A. Part: ___________________________________ Explanation: _____________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________
  • 3. B. Part: ___________________________________ Explanation: _____________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ C. Part: ___________________________________ Explanation: _____________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________C 2.In the water color paper you received, draw with pencil your complete futurist church design.Be very careful with the details of the parts listed above. Use watercolors to finish it.
  • 4. M 2.When you are finished with the design, answer this point.Analyze the extent to which your graphic expression complies with the project’s objectivesregarding the use of color and composition in your painting, articulated to its cultural issues andyour personal interests, completing a formal, conceptual, and expressive artwork result. E S B I DWhy do you deserve this grade? ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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