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MUSEUM ESSAY ASSIGNMENT: ART HISTORY 103 SPRING 2022

MUSEUM ESSAY ASSIGNMENT: ART HISTORY 103 SPRING 2022
At this unique time, since we are unable to visit the Museum together, we will pursue a virtual visit by working from a pre-selected list of Egyptian sculptures included below, and write an 800-word essay on that object. This is not a research paper, but a formal analysis.
You cannot walk around the object and view it for yourself and must therefore, work from the online image provided (I realize it is second-nature to think you need more information but do not seek out other views or photos online. It is fine to be curious but google it AFTER you hand in your assignment next Sunday). This assignment is not about scouring the internet for information, or parroting the information provided by the museum’s website, it is about looking. This assignment is designed to challenge your ability to write about what you see, to employ the newly acquired vocabulary of art history in the text and in the discussion forums. You will be relying on your careful reading of the topic of Egyptian Art as covered in the textbook.
STEPS TO COMPLETE THIS ESSAY:
1. Review the list of images and select one
2. Before you read anything on the webpage beyond the title spend time looking. Silence your phone, close the door, set a timer, spend ten minutes looking in an undistracted manner at the photo of the sculpture and then take notes to capture what you think you see.
3. Set the timer again and do this again for another ten minutes, then takes more notes
4. Shape your notes up into a 400-600 words physical description of the sculpture, as if describing it to someone who knows as much about Egyptian art as you do, but does not have the photo that you have.
For example, what is it? Is it a human figure? Is it someone important? What details lead us to think that? Comparatively how large is it? Does this give us an idea of how it would be displayed? And who might have been the intended audience for it in Ancient Egypt? Why do we think that? How is the physical condition? Is it broken? worn? Is there residual paint?
1. Finally, choose a work from the chapter on Egyptian art that compares to your work formally, i.e. how the forms look. How does it compare stylistically? How can we account for these differences?
CAVEATS:
This is not a research paper. It is designed to help you to think about art independently, without the use of outside research materials. Like other coursework, the text will act as the authoritative voice, but it should not be paraphrased or quoted in your essay.
This is a formal analysis. Focus on how it looks, not what it symbolizes. Think about the impact of the physical presence of the object in space. Focus on form not meaning. Don’t become distracted by the iconography. The reader is not at all interested in the Goddess Sekhmet backstory, e.g. they don’t need to know that she is the daughter of the sun god, Ra. They want to know your experience of the physical object. What can be learned from looking? Anyone can google Sekhmet, right?
Don’t paraphrase or quote anyone. Be wary of quoting the text or museum. This is your analysis, not theirs, you can rely on these other voices as a starting point, but do not parrot them back. Do not copy or quote passages of text from the museum into your essay.
Do your own work. Plagiarism of any form will not be tolerated. Plagiarized papers will merit an “F” for the course and students will be written-up on academic charges. This includes paraphrasing sources found on the web, in a magazine, journal or book. Refer to CCP policy on plagiarism on the website and in the Student Handbook under the code of conduct.
Handing it in: 
Cut and paste this essay right into the text box on Canvas, do not attach a file by Sunday night at the end of Week Six. Essays should be roughly 800 words. Deadlines are an unavoidable part of being a professional and this course is no exception. Course requirements must be completed and posted or submitted on or before the specified due date and delivery time deadline. To encourage you to stay on schedule, due dates have been established for each assignment; be aware of point penalties – 20% of the total points will be deducted for assignments received 1-4 days late; assignments received more than 5 days late will receive 0 points (unless prior Professor approval has been arranged). Assignments must be uploaded in specific formats. Pay close attention to these requirements and get to know how to professionally handle a docx and pdf file.
Because we will not be able to visit the Museum together at this time, we will conduct a virtual visit by working from a pre-selected list of Egyptian sculptures (see list below) and writing an essay on each object. This is not a research paper, but rather a formal analysis of the information. You cannot walk around the object and see it for yourself, so you must rely on the online image provided (I understand that it is second nature to think you need more information, but please do not look for additional views or photos on the internet). It is acceptable to be curious, but do your research after you turn in your assignment on Sunday. Instead of scouring the internet for information or regurgitating the information provided by the museum’s website, this assignment requires you to actually look for it yourself. Your ability to write about what you see, as well as your ability to use your newly acquired art history vocabulary in the text and in the discussion forums, will be tested in this assignment. To succeed, you will need to demonstrate that you have thoroughly studied the subject matter of Egyptian Art as presented in the textbook.
Statue of Sitepehu
https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/53332
Colossal Ramses Head
https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/117842
Standing Statue
https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/260634

Family Group
https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/206493

Standing Figure Amun
https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/155370
Sarcophagus Lid
https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/96305
Sekhmet Seated
https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/243194
Ka-Statue
https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/90718 (Links to an external site.)

Statue of an Official
https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/280351

Temple Wall Fragment
https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/183778

At this unique time, since we are unable to visit the Museum
together, we will pursue a virtual visit by working from a
pre-selected list of Egyptian sculptures included below, and write
an essay on that object. This is not a research paper, but a formal
analysis. You cannot walk around the object and view it for
yourself and must therefore, work from the online image provided (I
realize it is second-nature to think you need more information but
do not seek out other views or photos online. It is fine to be
curious but google it AFTER you hand in your assignment next
Sunday). This assignment is not about scouring the internet for
information, or parroting the information provided by the museum’s
website, it is about looking. This assignment is designed to
challenge your ability to write about what you see, to employ the
newly acquired vocabulary of art history in the text and in the
discussion forums. You will be relying on your careful reading of
the topic of Egyptian Art as covered in the textbook. ?
ATTACHED:

– full task details

– pictures:

Statue of Sitepehu https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/53332
Colossal Ramses Head https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/117842
Standing Statue https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/260634
Family Group https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/206493
Standing Figure Amun
https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/155370
Sarcophagus Lid https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/96305
Sekhmet Seated https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/243194
Ka-Statue https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/90718
(Links to an external site.) Statue of an Official https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/280351
Temple Wall Fragment https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/183778

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