1、Analyze visual and contextual elements of works of art and link them to a larger artistic tradition

  2、Compare 2 or more works

  3、Attribute works of art beyond the image set

  4、Analyze art historical interpretations


  Question 1 (paper and pencil exams): Long Essay–Comparison will ask you to compare a required work of art and another of your choosing and explain the significance of the similarities and differences between those works, citing evidence to support their claim.

  Question 2 (paper and pencil exams): Long Essay–Visual/Contextual Analysis will ask you to select and identify a work of art and make assertions about it based on evidence.

  Question 3: Short Essay–Visual Analysis will ask you to describe a work of art beyond the image set and connect it to an artistic tradition, style, or practice. Note: On the digital exam, Question 3 may be shown in a list of either 3 or 4 parts, but is always worth 5 points.

  Question 4: Short Essay–Contextual Analysis will ask you to describe contextual influences of a work of art in the image set and explain how context can influence artistic decisions or affect the meaning of a work of art.

  Question 5: Short Essay–Attribution will ask you to attribute a work of art beyond the image set to a particular artist, culture, or style, and justify your assertions with evidence.

  Question 6: Short Essay–Continuity and Change will ask you to analyze the relationship between a provided work of art and a related artistic tradition, style, or practice.

  Questions 1, 3, 4, 5, and 6 (paper and pencil) / 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (digital) will include images of works of art.



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