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The Phoenix Art Museum Preparing for the Field Trip Museum Etiquette Talk in normal, inside voices. The museum is a place that many people enjoy visiting and they probably don’t want to be disturbed by group of loud teenagers. Avoid yelling to get someone's attention.

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the phoenix art museum

The Phoenix Art Museum

Preparing for the Field Trip

museum etiquette
Museum Etiquette
  • Talk in normal, inside voices.
  • The museum is a place that many people enjoy visiting and they probably don’t want to be disturbed by group of loud teenagers.
    • Avoid yelling to get someone's attention.
    • Avoid outbursts of laughter.
what you will see
What you will See
  • Each docent has selected 4-6 non-objective artworks to show their group of students.
  • You might look at paintings, drawings, and even sculptures in your tour.
what you will see and do
What you will see and do
  • You will briefly view and discuss each artwork the docent has selected.
  • The docent will tell you about the piece, she/he will ask questions, and she/he will lead discussions about the art.
  • You will respond to the questions intelligently and you will provide input to the discussions.
  • You will record the information discussed in your sketchbook on the designated spread.
set up your spread
Set up Your Spread!
  • Creatively label the spread: The Phoenix Art Museum
  • Divide the left side of the spread into 6 sections.
  • Label each section with Artist, Title, Date, Media.
  • Leave room in each square to write additional information.

The Phoenix Art Museum

Artist:

Title:

Date:

Media

finish your spread
Finish Your Spread!
  • On the right side of the spread, draw a rectangle approximately 4” x 6”.
  • Label to the left of the rectangle with Artist, Title, Date, Media.
  • Below, label with the following:

Style

Dominant Element of Art

Dominant Principle of Design

What is the Meaning?

  • Leave room to write the answers.

The Phoenix Art Museum

Artist:

Title:

Date:

Media

Artist:

Title:

Date:

Media

Style

Dominant Element of Art

Dominant Principle of Design

What is the Meaning?

your assignment
Your Assignment
  • After viewing and discussing each piece in your group, you will return to the artwork that appealed to you the most.
  • You will have about 20 minutes to complete the following:
      • Draw a rough sketch of the artwork.
      • State the artist, title, media, date, and size.
      • State the style of non-objective art the piece is.
      • Write about 1 dominant element of art and 1 dominant principle of design.
      • Using clues gathered, write about the meaning of the piece.
the days following the field trip
The Days Following the Field Trip
  • You will participate in small group discussions about how and why art works in a museum setting are perceived and valued.
  • You will also discuss how the differences between viewing reproductions in the classroom and viewing the original art work in the museum affects your interpretation of the piece.
  • Following the discussion, each student will write a paragraph for each topic discussed.
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The Days Following the Field Trip
  • You will plan and create a large painting (22” x 30”) in a selected non-objective art style.
  • You will consider the elements of art and principles of design in the planning and creating of the painting.
  • You will assess your painting according to designated criteria.