Looking Back Into the Future

by: Debbie Weng, Riya Kaushal


We looked at the colors and the techniques the artist employed in his painting. We failed to address the more formal properties to the painting, such as historical context and artist's intention, which we delved into more in depth later on during the workshop. If we had more time, I would have explored the museum and related paintings a bit more.
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Cartonage of Nespanetjerenpare

by: Destany Batista, Christopher Tang, Jonathan Hakimian


The Cartonage of Nespanetjerenpare immediately caught our attention with its tall stature, vibrant colors, and intricate details. Because we had a plethora of audio, it was difficult to decide which aspects of our conversations were most significant to our understanding of the piece. However, we managed to create a concise and comprehensive video that promotes the main ideas expressed in our intellectual exploration of the cartonage.
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A Storm in the Rocky Mountains and Emblems of the Civil War

by: Michael Rozenbaum Tristiana Adragna


We did descriptions, interrogations, and emotional responses. we didn't do formal properties, subject matter, and historical context.
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Clouds over the Black Sea

by: Nabila C., Adina L., Nazija A., Jimmie S.


We didn't really analyze the formal properties or analysis very much, but we did mention the depth perception! We also could have been more in depth about historical context; however, we did mention context in the artist's life which helped us interpret the artist's intentions.
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Epa Mask

by: Kate Glickman and Zach Schechter


Description, Interrogation, Historical Context, and Artist's Intention/ Our Interpretation
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Portrait of Anita Ramirez in Black

by: Emilee Carratala and Miriam Fried


We described what we saw in the painting, discussed the historical context, and asked questions which we attempted to answer. We also discussed the difference between this painting and others from its time and we explored the artist's intention behind the piece.
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Night At the Museum

by: Emily David, Chana Tropp, Rose (Hannah) Chaikin, Josh Sacker, Shifali Chambers, Zach Schechter, Joe Fernandez


We analyzed the features of the sculptures, discussing their facial presentation and what it might mean. We also compared and contrasted the two pieces together. There was also a discussion about the style used by the artist. We didn't however discuss the time that the piece was written in, and had there been more time we might have discussed the historical context in relation to how the piece was created.
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Night at the Museum

by: Rebecca Olan


I mainly focused on the history of the artifact and its significance to me personally. If I had more time I would have like to talk more in depth about the work itself, maybe ask more questions. I also didn't really provide a formal analysis of the statue.
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Mrs. David Forman and Child

by: Kimberly Villalobos, Jacqueline Kim


We did description and formal properties, but we didn't do interrogation, subject matter, and historical context. We would have liked to gotten around to historical context if we had more time.
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Macaulay Night at the Museum: featuring “The Road of the War Prisoners”

by: Donna, Adina, Jimmy, Nazija, Kimberley, Oksha


Levels of Analysis Discussed: Description, Interrogation, Subject Matter of the Piece, Historical Context, Artist's Intention, Observers' Interpretations
Levels of Analysis Neglected: Formal Properties (addressed in captions in the video)
If I had more time, I would have liked to add classical music for the slides that have no associated audio.
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