- Finish Chapter 5 - Hellenistic period
- Prepare for field trip - overview
- Quiz - Chapter 5
- Prepare for field trip - Use the remaining class time to make a plan for your day. Specifically, preview what is currently on exhibit at the Freer/Sackler Galleries and determine the possibility for semester project research. Also become familiar with the layout of the museums so that you can use your time wisely while on site.
FRIDAY: Washington D.C. field trip
- Those going, meet your bus in the student parking lot @ 7:45 am
- Those staying, follow the directions given by the substitute
- Finish reading Chapter 5
- DUE THURSDAY - "Think About It" question #5.3
- Start reading Chapter 6 - Etruscan and Roman Art - pay special attention to: p. 161/Roman Architectural Orders, p. 165/The Capitoline She-Wolf, p. 167/Roman Writers on Art, p. 168/Roman Portraiture, p. 170/The Roman Arch, p. 182/August Mu's Four Styles of Pompeian Painting, p. 183/A Painter at Work, p. 187/Roman Vaulting, p. 194/Concrete, and p. 199/Roman Mosaics
- DUE Dec. 11th - Field trip assignment
- Make progress on your research project - presentations will be given on Jan. 19th, 21st, and 26th
- FRIDAY = Field Trip to Washington D.C.
- DEC. 8 = Art Club/NAHS meeting (NAHS reports re: service projects)(finish pottery- kiln will be fired on Friday)
TEST DATES (to include any info. covered until those points - NOT open notes):
- #2 - Dec. 15 (@ interim)
- #3 - TBD, as needed to prepare for Sem. 1 exam
- EXAM - Feb. 2
LUNCHTIME LECTURES. These are extra credit opportunities - Requirements: 1) Attendance at the lecture; 2) A typed report (1 - 2 pages), which incorporates both factual information about the lecture itself and reflective thoughts that express your ability to make meaning of the experience; 3) Submission of the report no later than the Friday after the lecture.
- February 9, 2016 - Emily Smith, Executive Director of 1708 Gallery
- April 12, 2016 - Tentative, art conservators from VMFA