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ART 1000 Professor Pamela Bramble

Art Appreciation / on-line 860.626.6821

Department of Art and Art History pamela.bramble@uconn.edu University of Connecticut

Spring 2013

CALENDAR / WEEKLY SCHEDULE

The specifics of the Getlein chapter reading assignments are found within each Session.

All assignments, activity postings and requested communications with one another & professor due by midnight of the day noted unless stated otherwise.

Check course email and announcements a few times each week.

Week #1 / Tuesday, January 22 – Friday January 25 / Course navigation and Introduction

Navigation and Introduction: Follow directions found on the course home page.

Friday, January 25: Last day to 1) submit your Sample Assignment to Assignments and

2) post your introduction to Discussion Board

Week #2 / Monday January 28 – Friday February 1 / Session 1

Read Session 1 content and assigned Getlein chapters.

Wednesday, January 30: Discussion posting 1.1due.

Thursday, January 31: Discussion posting 1.3 due.

Friday, February 1: Discussion posting response 1.2 due

Week #3 / Monday February 4 – Friday February 8 / Session 2

Read Session 2 content and assigned Getlein chapters.

Friday, February 8: Last day to submit assignments 2.1 and 2.2.

Week #4 / Monday February 11 – Friday February 15 / Session 3

Read Session 3 content andassigned Getlein chapters

Wednesday, February 13: Discussion posting 3.1 due.

Thursday, February 14: Discussion response to posting 3.1

Friday, February 15: Last day to submit Assignment 3.2.

Weeks #5 and #6 / Monday, February 18 – Friday, March 1 / Session 4

Read Session 4 content and assigned Getlein chapters.

Friday March 1: Last day to submit assignments 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3.

Note: In order to complete assignment 4.3, you need to watch the movie Citizen Kane.

Two possible on-line options: you can rent Citizen Kane for just a few dollars at the following link: http://www.youtube.com/movie/citizen-kane-70th-anniversary or if you are a member of Amazon Prime, the movie Citizen Kane is available online at no cost: http://www.amazon.com/Citizen-Kane-70th-Anniversary/dp/B005MMY5RK/ref=sr_1_1?s=instant-video&ie=UTF8&qid=1357498628&sr=1-1&keywords=citizen+kane

Weeks #7 and #8 / Monday March 4 - Friday March 15 / Midterm

Monday, March 4 – Tuesday, March 5: Midterm preparation: 1. Take virtual tours to help you determine what work of art you will present to and discuss with the class. 2. Email Professor Bramble a jpeg of the work of art that you have chosen along with the following identifying information in this format: Artist. Title of work of art. date, medium, museum.

Friday March 8: Last day to post descriptive analysis and discussion questions on your selected work of art (Discussion Board under the forum Midterm: Your Name: Work of Art Information).

Wednesday, March 13: Last day to post three responses to three other students’ midterms.

Important note on procedure: Before you respond, please post a brief note under the student’s name on the discussion board stating that you intend to respond to this midterm. Do not post to another’s midterm if there are already a total of three responses and/or Intents to Respond. It is important that we follow this procedure to insure that everyone receives three responses to their midterm.

Friday, March 15: Last day to post summary of activity on your midterm forum.

Week #9 / Monday March 18 – Friday March 22 / Spring Break

Week #10 / Monday March 25 – Friday March 29 / Session 5

Read Session 5 content and assigned Getlein chapters.

Monday March 25: Group members email one another in order to determine top 3 topic choices for Session 5 discussion activity (due in preferential order...
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