AED Art History
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Two forms of Art History Education appripriate for the classroom?
Replicative and Generative
Replicative Art History
Rediscovery of accepted knowledge
Generative Art History
Inquiry that's never been understaken before
Two Replicative classroom activities
Comparing/Contrasting artworks by stylistic characteristics
Sorting artworks by movements
Educational Perks of Generative Art History Education
-Individual thinking and disagreement are important to art historians
-Promotes higher order thinking skills
-Increases student motivation
What are the 3 Types of Inquiry an Art Historian engages in
establishing facts, interpreting meaning, and accounting for change.
How art was made, what subjects are depicted, how the work is formally organized, who made the work, for whom, when, and where. And artwork either is or isn’t.
3 Subcategories of Establishing Fact
Imagined restoration, description, and attribution.
How the pices looked when first produced
Examining findings after examining work in great detail
Process of examining evidence in and outsidethe work that leads to a conclusion about who produced when, for whom, when,and where.
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