Jacobus and Martin (2019) explain in the ATTEND section (PowerPoint slide 8) that art can make us happy or disturb us. In addition, art can be beautiful or unsettling (Jacobus and Martin, 2019). (Jacobus and Martin) 2019, explain in the PowerPoint that many artists paint to evoke emotions such as happiness, confusion, anger, peacefulness, shock, affection.
- Identify a particular piece of art that provokes such emotions in you.
- Explain, the emotions this piece evokes.
- Would you say your piece is considered “art” or “artlike” (these terms are used in Chapter 14, see also PowerPoint -Chapter 14 in the ATTEND section)? If the message board allows, include a picture of your selected piece.
- Briefly tell us who you are and what you do or like to do.
Jacobus, L. A. and Martin, F, A, (2019). Wait 1:
Humanities through the Arts Tenth Edition [PowerPoint slides]. Bethel University Introduction to Humanities V-Camp: https://betheluniversityonline.net/cps360/default.aspx?SectionID=3014&tabid=156#/unit/1/Attend
Tips and Reminders:
Aim for no fewer than three paragraphs (5-7 sentences each). As always, check for grammar before you post your answer to the thread discussion. Write in an essay format rather than a question an answer format. Use complete sentences and most importantly elaborate. Make sure you cite your reference material using APA guidelines. Bethel requires two scholarly references for each discussion post (make sure you use in-text quotes and cite references at the end of your discussion-you may use your text book (READ section) or the reading (ATTEND) as a reference, use your library link (V-camp) to find at least one outside scholarly reference). I am strict about scholarly references, see my notes in the Announcement section about what is and what is not a scholarly reference.
Discussion word count requirement: a minimum of 250 words (main post) and two scholarly reference