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HUM 205 Week 1 Assignment The Human Experience

HUM 205 Assignment Exhibit Advertisement

HUM 205 Assignment Renaissance Comparison Essay

HUM 205 CheckPoint Culture and Art

HUM 205 Week 2 Discussion Questions

HUM 205 Assignment Classical Societies Essay

HUM 205 Week 3 CheckPoint Classical Societies Quiz

HUM 205 Week 4 CheckPoint Islamic and Indian Civilizations Quiz

HUM 205 Week 4 Discussion Questions

HUM 205 Week 5 CheckPoint Early Chinese and Japanese Civilizations Quiz

HUM 205 Week 5 Checkpoint Art Forms Matrix Complete part 1,2,3

HUM 205 Week 6 CheckPoint Middle Ages Quiz

HUM 205 Week 6 Discussion Questions

HUM 205 Week 7 Renaissance Quiz

HUM 205 Week 8 Discussion Questions

HUM 205 Week 9 Capstone Discussion Question

HUM 205 Week 9 Final Project Time Traveling, Art Historian Book Chapters

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HUM 205 Week 1 Assignment: The Human Experience (UOP)

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Select one artwork that expresses a human experience you have encountered in your own life. Human experience, or the human condition, includes birth, death, love, loss, pleasure, pain, hope, frustration, elation, despair, values, and beliefs. Your chosen work must be from visual arts, architecture, literature, or music.

Describe the artwork you selected and answer the following questions in 350 to 700 words:

To what human experience does the work relate?

How is that human experience meaningful to your life?

How does the work express or relate to your human experience?

What social, cultural, and moral values does the work express?

Cite any references according to APA standards.

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HUM 205 Week 3 CheckPoint: Classical Societies Quiz (UOP)

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Login to your student Web site at https://axiaecampus.phoenix.edu. Click on Week Three, and then click on the link to the Classical Societies Quiz. A new window will open.

Complete the Classical Societies Quiz.

Post a screen shot of your results page in the Individual forum. To take a screen shot, press the or key on the upper-right hand corner of your keyboard, open your Microsoft® Word document, then press .

Note. Your instructor receives a copy of your quiz results via e-mail to verify the results, but you are still responsible for posting the screen shot to receive credit.

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HUM 205 Week 4 CheckPoint Islamic and Indian Civilizations Quiz

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CheckPoint Islamic and Indian Civilizations Quiz
Login to your student Web site at https//axiaecampus.phoenix.edu. Click on Week Four, and then click on the link to the Islamic and Indian Civilizations Quiz. A new window will open.
Complete the Islamic and Indian Civilizations Quiz.
Post a screen shot of your results page in the Individual forum. To take a screen shot, press the or key on the upper-right hand corner of your keyboard, open your Microsoft® Word document, then press .
Note. Your instructor receives a copy of your quiz results via e-mail to verify the results, but you are still responsible for posting the screen shot to receive credit.

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HUM 205 Week 5 Checkpoint Art Forms Matrix Complete part 1,2,3 (UOP)

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HUM 205 Week 5 Checkpoint Art Forms Matrix Complete part 1,2,3

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HUM 205 Week 6 CheckPointMiddle Ages Quiz

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CheckPoint Middle Ages Quiz
Login to your student Web site at https//axiaecampus.phoenix.edu. Click on Week Six and then click on the link to the Middle Ages Quiz. A new window will open.
Complete the Middle Ages Quiz.
Post a screen shot of your results page in the Individual forum. To take a screen shot, press the or key on the upper-right hand corner of your keyboard, open your Microsoft® Word document, then press .
Note. Your instructor receives a copy of your quiz results via e-mail to verify the results, but you are still responsible for posting the screen shot to receive credit

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HUM 205 Week 7 Renaissance Quiz

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Donato Bramante’s plans for St. Peter’s Basilica were based on a
A. Greek-cross plan without a central dome.
B. Latin-cross plan with a central dome.
C. Greek-cross plan with a central dome.
D. Latin-cross plan without a central dome.
2) Motets were
A. one-movement compositions setting a sacred text to polyphonic choral music, usually with no
musical instruments.
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HUM 205 Week 9 Final Project Time Traveling, Art Historian Book Chapters

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Final Project Time Traveling, Art Historian Book Chapters
You are a world-renowned art historian and author with the ability to time travel to any period of history. For your new book, you travel to three periods of your choice to gain a firsthand account of the culture and arts of that time. Your book is a collection of your analyses of artworks based on your firsthand experience in those periods and cultures. While you are time traveling, you select one work of art from each period to analyze in your new book.
? Resources Appendix A
? Write a 1,750- to 1,900-word paper that represents three chapters from your new book. Each chapter will contain an analysis from the period you selected. Remember to write in the first-person perspective of an art historian who has experienced the periods firsthand. Address the following points in your analyses
o The art form (visual art, architecture, literature, or music)
o The purpose of the piece
o The individual or group responsible for paying for or commissioning the piece
o How the piece was made
o The meaning of the work and what it expresses or reveals about its creator
o The aspects of the civilization and its cultural development that the piece represents

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