Leonardo Di Vinci
You will find a few examples of themes in the list below:
Scenes depicted, such as war landscapes, water, or mountains
Topics such as horses, flowers, or religion
Types of art, such as graphic art, comic art, or photographs
Techniques such as murals or sculptures
Begin by opening the “Course Resources” tab to find the template provided for your art gallery. In the course, you should see a tab on the left blue bar labeled “Course Resources” located under the COURSE CONTENT heading. Once you open the template, save it to your computer to complete. You will use this template throughout the course as you build your art gallery. Read the instructions for each assignment carefully to see which slides to complete. Be sure to add your own creative elements, including the background and graphics. You may also add more slides.
For this portion of the presentation, you should complete at least nine slides of the template that include the following:
Title slide: Include the title of your presentation, your name, the university’s name, and the date.
Introduction slide 1: Include why this theme interests you and what you hope to learn, using complete sentences.
Introduction slide 2: Include the title of your theme and a brief overview of the theme using supporting facts, using complete sentences.
Artwork slides: Complete the five artwork slides. Include a visual of the artwork along with its title, artist, date, media (materials used in the artwork), and artwork citation.
Reference slide: You must use at least your textbook as an outside source. Be sure to follow APA format for all sources used, including the textbook and artwork.