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Field Trip Reminders. Field Trip Monday 9/23/13 (3 rd and 5 th period) **bring lunch or money to buy lunch **bring a piece of paper and a pencil (no pens allowed in the museum!) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<ul><li><p>Field Trip RemindersField Trip Monday 9/23/13 (3rd and 5th period)**bring lunch or money to buy lunch</p><p>**bring a piece of paper and a pencil (no pens allowed in the museum!)</p><p>Meet in the front lobby at the beginning of 3rd period. We will leave promptly at 10:30. Your 3rd and 5th period teacher will know that you are on a field trip. You are responsible for any work you miss.</p></li><li><p>Writers Eye</p></li><li><p>Descriptive Writing*Descriptive writing offers a portrayal of a person, place, or thing, and gives the reader a more vivid experience.*General characteristics of descriptive writing include:*Elaborate use of sensory language;*Rich, vivid, and lively detail;*Figurative language such as simile, hyperbole, metaphor, symbolism, personification;*Showing, rather than telling through the use of active verbs and precise modifiers.</p></li><li><p>Lets Practice!Fact Words:Who? What? Why? Where? When?</p></li><li><p>Lets Practice!Descriptive Sense Words:</p></li><li><p>Lets Practice!What do the colors make you think of or feel?</p><p>What sounds do you think you would hear if you were in the scene?</p><p>What would you feel if you were in the scene?</p><p>If you could touch something in the piece, how would it feel?</p><p>What might you smell or taste if you were in the scene?</p></li><li><p>Lets Practice!Create metaphors and similes by using the following beginnings, or some similar to these; avoid clichs:</p><p>The grass was soft, like.Her face was as red asGentle asThe buildings in the city are tall men </p></li><li><p>Writers Eye 2013 Selectionshttp://www.virginia.edu/artmuseum/pdf/WE2013/selections_3_12.pdf</p></li><li><p>Jean ArpFrench, b. Germany1886-1966</p><p>Oriforme, modeled 1962Fabricated 1977Stainless steel</p></li><li><p>Emily Kame KngwarreyeAustralianc. 1910 - 96</p><p>Ankerre (Emu), 1990Utopia, Northern TerritoryAcrylic on canvas</p></li><li><p>Michael KruegerAmerican, b. 1967</p><p>Changing of the Guards, 2012Lithograph</p></li><li><p>Ansel AdamsAmerican, 1902-84</p><p>White House Ruin, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona, 1942Gelatin silver print</p></li><li><p>Ansel AdamsAmerican, 1902-84</p><p>Itinerant, Merced, Californiac. 1936Gelatin silver print</p></li><li><p>Ansel AdamsAmerican, 1902-84</p><p>Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico, 1941Gelatin silver print</p></li><li><p>Unknown Artist</p><p>Portrait of Lloyd Patterson(b. 1910, Bronx, NY d. 1942,Moscow, USSR)Oil on canvas</p></li><li><p>Henri MatisseFrench, 1869-1954</p><p>Jeannette III, 1911Bronze</p></li><li><p>Hermon Atkins MacNeilAmerican, 1866-1947</p><p>The Sun Vow, 1899, cast 1919Bronze</p></li><li><p>Robert AdamsAmerican, b. 1937</p><p>Untitled from Prairie.1965-73Gelatin silver print</p></li><li><p>Mike OsborneAmerican, b. 1978</p><p>Vertellus (Valley II), 2012Archival inkjet print</p></li><li><p>Emilie CharmyFrench, 1878-1974</p><p>Card Players, c. 1899Oil on canvas</p></li><li><p>Emilie CharmyFrench, 1878-1974</p><p>Young Girl in an Armchairc. 1900Oil on board</p></li><li><p>Emilie CharmyFrench, 1878-1974</p><p>Corsica, 1907Oil on canvas</p></li><li><p>Emilie CharmyFrench, 1878-1974</p><p>Still Life, c. 1904Oil on canvas</p></li><li><p>Unknown ArtistHungarian (Bohemian), 15th c. Figurines possibly based on Designs by Masolino, Italian1383 c. 1447</p><p>Processional Crucifix, c. 1425-35Enamel, silver, gilt bronze over iron core</p></li><li><p>Unknown ArtistShiva, 18th c. or earlierSouth IndiaGranite</p></li><li><p>Pair of Moccasins, 1880-1910Kaui-gu (Kiowa) peoples, SouthernPlains region, probably OklahomaTanned leather and glass beads</p></li></ul>