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Welcome To

The Ultimate Review Activity!

Art Game Created By R.G. Meyer /Template Designed By Mark Damen

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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.

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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!

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FinalJeopARTy

Round 1

Round 2

Leonardo

Georgia

ANDY

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The Elements of Art

The Principles Of Design

Famous Artists

Color Families

What Is The Medium?

Art Around The World

Round 2

Final JeopARTy

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These can be active or static.

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What are some characteristics of lines?

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It is made up of wavelengths.

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What is Color?

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It can be Positive or Negative.

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What is Space?

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They can be geometric or biomorphic (organic).

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What are Shapes?

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

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What is Texture?

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It shows movement through the repetition of Art Elements.

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What is Rhythm?

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They are hanging artworks designed to move.

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What are mobiles?

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This artwork is an example of Informal Balance.

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What is “A”, the painting commonly known as Whistler’s Mother ?

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These are all words associated with this Principle of Design: scale, distortion, foreshortening and exaggeration.

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What is Proportion?

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

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What is the Focal Point?

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

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Who was Leonardo Da Vinci?

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

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Who was Mary Cassat?

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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.

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Who was Spanish painter Pablo Picasso?

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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.

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Who was M.C. Escher?

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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”.

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Who was African-American artist Faith Ringgold?

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

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What are the Warm Colors?

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A set of different shades and tints of one color.

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What is a Value Scale (or Monochromatic Scale)?

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The color family used in this painting by Roy Lichtenstein.

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What are the Primary Colors?

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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.

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What are the Complementary Colors?

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The color missing from this set of Analogous Colors.

Blue-Violet, Violet, Red, Red-Orange

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What is Red-Violet?

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The medium used to create this work.

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What is wood (Cedar)?

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The medium used by Michelangelo to create his 15 foot statue of “David”

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What is marble?

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Artworks created using fabric, cloth, material scraps, yarn or thread such as these examples.

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What are textiles?

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The name given to works that use more than one medium.

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What is mixed-media?

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The medium most used by the sculptor Rodin to create his final sculptures like the “Thinker”.

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What is bronze?

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These works all come from this continent.

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What is Africa?

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The country celebrating a traditional dance ceremony dealing with the different classes of people within the country. Masks like these were typically worn for the occasion.

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What is Korea?

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This famous mountain was the central theme from which these beautiful woodcut prints were created by the Japanese artist Hokusai.

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What is Mt. Fuji ?

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The country where the Aboriginals create these beautiful rhythmic dot paintings.

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What is Australia?

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These were beautifully illustrated medieval manuscripts created to record times and dates for prayers and special events. The most famous one belonged to the Duc du Barry.

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What is the Book of Hours.

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20th Century Artists

Artistic Styles

Eyes On Art

Art Words

Art Links

ArtHistory

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Final JeopARTy

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An art style headed by Picasso and Bracque in which objects were painted showing three or more views at one time. The artists broke up the picture into angular planes.

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What is Cubism?

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An art movement that focused on expressing feelings. Often the works are energetic and disturbing.

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What is Expressionism?

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An artistic style emphasizing light reflection on objects and scenes. Renoir and Cassat were major leaders of this style.

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What is Impressionism?

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An art style in which works of art copied life as it exists. The artists of this style created works that look as if they are photographs.

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What is Realism?

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An art movement made famous by VanGogh, Cezanne and Gauguin.They wanted more from their works than what Impressionism gave. They wanted to create more than a pretty picture. These artists wanted to add feeling and definition of forms.

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What is Post-Impressionism?

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This ancient civilization created beautiful wall murals depicting historic events as well as those of every day life. The figures were both frontal and in profile creating a very distinctive style.

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What was ancient Egypt?

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This horrific event inspired this artist to create this work of art called “The Roll Call”.

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What was the Holocaust?

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This historical period began in Italy and became known as the “Rebirth”. Leonardo DaVinci, Michelangelo and Raphael were all famous artists of this period.

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What is the Renaissance?

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The war that inspired Picasso to paint “Guernica”.

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What is the Spanish Civil War?

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The event that lead to the highest unemployment rate in the U.S. up to that time. Hundreds of thousands of families were homeless. Banks crashed. Crops failed. It was captured in this photograph taken by Dorothea Lange.

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What is the “Great Depression”?

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The painting from which these eyes are a part.

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What is the “Mona Lisa”?

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The sculpture which has these eyes.

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What is “David”.

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The artist who created these eyes in his work “Head Of A man”.

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Who was Paul Klee?

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The name of the woman artist with these striking eyes as seen in many of her self-portraits.

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Who was Frida Kahlo?

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He created more self-portraits than any one else of his time. He was very popular during his life but died virtually penniless.

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Who was Rembrandt van Rijn?

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Art made by people who have had little or no formal schooling in art. These artists usually make works of art with traditional techniques and content, in styles handed down through many generations, and often of a particular region.

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What is Folk Art?

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Seeing from a point of view at a great height, also called a bird's-eye view, as seen in this artwork.

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What is aerial view?

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In drawing or painting, the very dramatic use of light and dark, to produce the effect of modeling.

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What is chiaroscuro?

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A twentieth century art movement influenced by the theories of the pioneer of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud. The images found in these works works are as confusing and startling as those of dreams. The works can look extremely realistic, except that objects can float, melt , and appear in unusual places. These works describe dreamlike fantasies. Dali and Magritte were two great masters of this movement.

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What is Surrealism?

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An Element of Art which refers to the surface quality or "feel" of an object, its smoothness, roughness, softness, etc. It can be real or a visual illusion.

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What is Texture?

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The Element of Art these two artworks emphasize.

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What is Line?

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The common link between these three works of art.

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What are Textiles?

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The type of art these examples have in common.

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What are sculptures?

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Works like these share this common idea.

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What are portraits?

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The type of color scheme used in these examples.

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What is a monochromatic color scheme?

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A beloved American artist and illustrator. His works have become icons of the Saturday Evening Post. His charming illustrations reveal insights into the everyday incidents in the lives of ordinary people.

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Who is Norman Rockwell?

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She made the quilt into an accepted art form. Often she writes stories along the edges to narrate her painted images.

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Who is Faith Ringgold?

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He is an African-American artist known for his colorful depictions of everyday scenes. He was born in Atlantic City.

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Who is Jacob Lawrence?

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He created unique artworks that looked like grafitti, or cartoons. He used bright colors and patterns of lines.

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Who is Keith Haring?

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She creates three-dimensional life-sized installations usually combining humans and animal sculptures. The installations are then photographed.

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Who is Sandy Skoglund?

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Final

The Category:Famous Works Of Art

Final JeopARTy Question

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