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  1. Welcome To The Ultimate Review Activity! Art Game Created By R.G. Meyer /Template Designed By Mark Damen

  2. Let’s have some fun while we review what we have learned. You will need three players and a person to host the show. Each player must select the celebrity artist he or she would like to be. You can select Leonardo da Vinci, Georgia O’Keefe or Andy Warhol. The host must print out the JeopARTyRounds sheets. These are PDF files so you must have Adobe Reader to view them. Each player should be given two pieces of paper and a pencil for the Final question.Read the directions carefully! The scorekeeping has to be done manually, directly onto the podiums belonging to our three celebrity contestants. After each question and answer of the round, click on the “Scores” icon in the lower right corner to get back to the contestants. Enter or deduct the points earned or lost in the black box on the correct podium. Watch your math!!! Cross of the $ category on your JeopARTyRounds sheets as they are called. To begin the Round or to get back to the Round, look for the Round 1 or Round 2 icon in the upper left corner of the contestants’ screen. To begin the game, select Round 1. You are now looking at the game board. The host reads the category titles aloud. Decide which player will go first. The first contestant selects a category and a dollar amount. Click on the $ amount box you would like to try. The box gives you the answer. You must come up with the correct question. Remember your answers MUST be in question form. For example, What is...?, Who…?, etc.

  3. The host has the final say on all questions. It will also be necessary for the host to print out a copy of the gameboard JeopARTyRounds. He or she will have to manually cross out the boxes already selected as the computer will not show which answers have already been played. Complete all the answers in Round 1 before going on to Round 2. You may wish to take a break before beginning the second round. When both rounds have been completed, it will be time for the Final question. On the contestants’ screen click on the Final icon. The host should read the category aloud. All the players should write on a piece of paper the amount they would like to bet. You may bet all or part of your earnings. Fold the paper up and keep in front of you until after you finish your turn. On another piece of paper, write down the question to the Final answer. Keep this hidden until it is your turn to reveal your answer. When everyone is done writing their question, the host reveals the answer. Each player in turn, beginning with the one with the smallest earnings, reads out his or her question. Next, reveal the amount you bet. This will be added, if you answered correctly, or deducted, if you answered incorrectly, from your total by the host. Good Luck and enjoy the game!

  4. FinalJeopARTy Round 1 Round 2 Leonardo Georgia ANDY

  5. The Elements of Art The Principles Of Design Famous Artists Color Families What Is The Medium? Art Around The World Round 2 Final JeopARTy $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 Scores $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  6. $100 These can be active or static.

  7. $100 What are some characteristics of lines? Scores

  8. $200 It is made up of wavelengths.

  9. $200 What is Color? Scores

  10. $300 It can be Positive or Negative.

  11. $300 What is Space? Scores

  12. $400 They can be geometric or biomorphic (organic).

  13. $400 What are Shapes? Scores

  14. $500 It can be a visual illusion or real to the touch.

  15. $500 What is Texture? Scores

  16. $100 It shows movement through the repetition of Art Elements.

  17. $100 What is Rhythm? Scores

  18. $200 They are hanging artworks designed to move.

  19. $200 What are mobiles? Scores

  20. $300 This artwork is an example of Informal Balance. A B C

  21. $300 What is “A”, the painting commonly known as Whistler’s Mother ? Scores

  22. Daily Double

  23. $$$ You can bet all or part of what you have earned so far. $$$ These are all words associated with this Principle of Design: scale, distortion, foreshortening and exaggeration.

  24. $$$ Add or deduct your bet. $$$ What is Proportion? Scores

  25. $500 The section of a work that the artist wants you to look at first.

  26. $500 What is the Focal Point? Scores

  27. $100 He is most famous as an artist, but he was a great inventor, scientist and thinker.

  28. $100 Who was Leonardo Da Vinci? Scores

  29. $200 She was an American Impressionist painter who loved to paint women and children.

  30. $200 Who was Mary Cassat? Scores

  31. $300 He is considered the most influential artist of the 20th century. Among his most famous works is “Guernica”, a painting done in the cubist style.

  32. $300 Who was Spanish painter Pablo Picasso? Scores

  33. $400 He created woodcuts and drawings that made the art of tessellations famous. Among his ideas for works are hands drawing hands, lizards walking off of a book and tessellating creatures.

  34. $400 Who was M.C. Escher? Scores

  35. $500 She made quilting an artform with her brightly painted narrative quilt murals. Often, she wrote on the quilt to tell a story. She was the author of the children’s book “Tar Beach”.

  36. $500 Who was African-American artist Faith Ringgold? Scores

  37. $100 A family of colors that create a sense of heat. They are usually associated with things like fire and the sun.

  38. $100 What are the Warm Colors? Scores

  39. $200 A set of different shades and tints of one color.

  40. $200 What is a Value Scale (or Monochromatic Scale)? Scores

  41. $300 The color family used in this painting by Roy Lichtenstein.

  42. $300 What are the Primary Colors? Scores

  43. $400 These are pairs of colors found opposite on the color wheel. When they are placed together, each color appears to be at its most intense state.

  44. $400 What are the Complementary Colors? Scores

  45. $500 The color missing from this set of Analogous Colors. Blue-Violet, Violet, Red, Red-Orange

  46. $500 What is Red-Violet? Scores

  47. $100 The medium used to create this work.

  48. $100 What is wood (Cedar)? Scores

  49. $200 The medium used by Michelangelo to create his 15 foot statue of “David”

  50. $200 What is marble? Scores