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The Resource The art of writing about art, Suzanne Hudson (Program for Writing and Rhetoric, University of Colorado), Nancy Noonan (Art History, Loretto Heights College, President, the Mastery Institute)

The art of writing about art, Suzanne Hudson (Program for Writing and Rhetoric, University of Colorado), Nancy Noonan (Art History, Loretto Heights College, President, the Mastery Institute)

Label
The art of writing about art
Title
The art of writing about art
Statement of responsibility
Suzanne Hudson (Program for Writing and Rhetoric, University of Colorado), Nancy Noonan (Art History, Loretto Heights College, President, the Mastery Institute)
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
A quick reference guide for students writing various types of essays, research papers, exhibition reviews, and even examinations
Cataloging source
UKMGB
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Hudson, Suzanne
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
N7475
LC item number
.H83 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Noonan-Morrissey, Nancy
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Art criticism
  • English language
  • Art criticism
  • Art criticism
  • Art criticism
  • English language
Label
The art of writing about art, Suzanne Hudson (Program for Writing and Rhetoric, University of Colorado), Nancy Noonan (Art History, Loretto Heights College, President, the Mastery Institute)
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 186-187) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • still image
  • text
Content type code
  • sti
  • txt
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Subject matter
  • Finding a thesis
  • Asking the proof question
  • Designing the points of proof
  • Thinking through your analytical comparison
  • Template for thinking through your analytical comparison
  • Outlining your analytical comparison
  • Template for outlining your analytical comparison block method
  • Template for outlining your analytical comparison point-by-point method
  • Drafting your analytical comparison
  • A student's analytical comparison
  • Formal elements
  • Gothic nightmares in romantic painting
  • Rachel Gothberg
  • Revision and editing checklist for your analytical comparison
  • Writing the exhibition review
  • Audience and purpose
  • Planning your exhibition review
  • Visiting the gallery or museum
  • Organizing your material
  • Finding a thesis
  • Positive review
  • Line
  • Negative review
  • Mixed review
  • Outlining your exhibition review
  • Template for outlining for your exhibition review
  • Drafting your exhibition review
  • Drafting the introduction
  • Why the exhibition is important
  • Unfulfilled expectations
  • The comparison
  • Changing critical opinions
  • Color
  • The question
  • The quotation
  • Drafting the body
  • Exhibition's theme
  • Style or "Ism" of the exhibited works
  • Artist's personal style
  • Artist's influences
  • Medium
  • Message
  • Formal elements
  • Value
  • Principles of design
  • Exhibition display
  • Drafting the conclusion
  • Recommendation
  • Assessment of the artist's work
  • What to look for
  • Praise for the curator
  • Highlight of the show
  • Exhibition's theme
  • Quotation
  • Texture
  • Point back to the introduction
  • Titling your exhibition review
  • A student's exhibition review
  • A journey through an imaginary world
  • Karin Holzmann
  • Revision and editing checklist for your exhibition review
  • Writing arguments
  • Planning your argument
  • Choosing a topic
  • Finding a thesis
  • Shape
  • Anticipating the counterarguments
  • Asking the proof questions
  • Designing the points of proof
  • Thinking through your argument
  • Template for thinking through your argument essay
  • Outlining your argument
  • Template for outlining your argument essay
  • Drafting your argument
  • Drafting the introduction
  • Drafting the body
  • Space
  • Template for organizing a refutation paragraph
  • Template for organizing a constructive argument paragraph
  • Drafting the conclusion
  • Titling your argument
  • A student's argument
  • Unpopular opinions in a free society
  • Liana Van de Water
  • Revision and editing checklist for your argument
  • Research papers
  • Planning your research paper
  • Time and motion
  • Choosing a topic
  • Researching the topic
  • Searching the library
  • Searching the internet
  • Taking notes
  • Outlining your research paper
  • Drafting your research paper
  • Using sources
  • Plagiarism
  • Paraphrasing sources
  • Sound and smell
  • Summarizing sources
  • Quoting sources
  • Citing sources
  • MLA (Modern Language Association)
  • CMS (Chicago Manual of Style)
  • Two student research papers
  • An art class a day keeps unemployment away
  • Louisa Ferrer
  • Express this!
  • Joel Senger
  • Responding to art
  • Principles of design
  • Revision and editing checklist for your research paper
  • Writing the essay examination
  • Preparing for the examination
  • Study checklists
  • Mind maps
  • Flashcards
  • Plan a strategy
  • Taking the examination
  • Before you begin writing
  • Preparing to answer the essay question
  • Balance
  • Writing the essay
  • Sample essay examination
  • Question
  • Answer
  • Before turning in the examination
  • Handbook
  • Grammar and style
  • Definitions
  • Parts of speech
  • Noun
  • Unity and variety
  • Pronoun
  • Verb
  • Adjective
  • Adverb
  • Preposition
  • Conjunction
  • Interjection
  • Sentence parts
  • Verb (or predicate)
  • Subject
  • Proportion and scale
  • Object
  • Complement
  • Modifier
  • Connector
  • Phrase
  • Clause
  • Sentence structures
  • Sentence types
  • Fragments
  • Run-ons
  • Rhythm
  • Syntax
  • Misplaced modifier
  • Dangling modifier
  • Faulty predication
  • Faulty comparison
  • Faulty definition
  • Unnecessary shift
  • Mixed construction
  • Parallelism
  • Choosing words
  • Medium
  • Choosing verbs
  • Active versus passive verbs
  • Strong versus weak verbs
  • Verb tenses
  • Subject-verb agreement
  • Choosing pronouns
  • Avoiding "I"
  • Pronoun case
  • Pronoun-antecedent agreement
  • Unclear pronoun reference
  • Style or "Ism"
  • Wordiness
  • Biased language
  • Style
  • Punctuation
  • Comma
  • Semicolon
  • Colon
  • Dash
  • Apostrophe
  • Quotation marks
  • Art criticism
  • Mechanics
  • Capitalization
  • Numbers
  • Italics
  • Hyphens
  • Diaristic criticism
  • Formalistic criticism
  • Responding objectively
  • Psychoanalytic criticism
  • Marxist criticism
  • Feminist criticism
  • Sexual diversity studies
  • Postcolonial criticism
  • Writing assignment: catalogue entry
  • James Hardy, Jr.'s The young ghillie, 1871
  • Harrison Potasnik
  • Tom Wesselmann's Bedroom painting no. 7
  • Stephanie King
  • Questions to guide your objective responses to art
  • Principles of effective writing
  • Modes of discourse
  • Narration
  • Description
  • Analysis
  • Argument
  • A process for writing about art
  • Planning your essay
  • Generating ideas
  • Choosing a topic
  • Responding subjectively
  • Posing a focus question
  • Researching the topic and taking notes
  • Finding a thesis
  • Identifying the counterargument
  • Asking the proof question
  • Designing the points of proof
  • Outlining the essay
  • Drafting your essay
  • Drafting the introduction
  • Drafting the body
  • Comparing
  • Drafting the conclusion
  • Citing sources
  • Writing a title
  • Revising and editing your essay
  • Writing analytically
  • The formal analysis
  • Planning your formal analysis
  • Template for outlining your formal analysis
  • Drafting your formal analysis
  • Drafting the introduction
  • Inferring
  • Drafting the body
  • Drafting the conclusion
  • Titling your formal analysis
  • A student's formal analysis
  • A state of grace in Matisse's La Japonaise: woman beside the water
  • Charles Thompson
  • Revision and editing checklist for your formal analysis
  • The analytical essay
  • Planning your analytical essay
  • Posing a focus question
  • Interpreting
  • Finding a thesis
  • Asking the proof question
  • Designing the points of proof
  • Thinking through your analytical essay
  • Template for thinking through your analytical essay
  • Outlining your analytical essay
  • Template for outlining your analytical essay
  • Drafting your analytical essay
  • Organizing your notes
  • Drafting the introduction
  • The language of art
  • Drafting the body
  • Drafting the conclusion
  • Titling your analytical essay
  • A student's analytical essay
  • A women's photographer
  • Olga Shatovskaya
  • Revision and editing checklist for your analytical essay
  • The analytical comparison
  • Planning your analytical comparison
  • Posing a focus question
Control code
864087436
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
Second edition
Extent
xii, 196 pages
Isbn
9781285442587
Lccn
2013949098
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)864087436
Label
The art of writing about art, Suzanne Hudson (Program for Writing and Rhetoric, University of Colorado), Nancy Noonan (Art History, Loretto Heights College, President, the Mastery Institute)
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 186-187) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • still image
  • text
Content type code
  • sti
  • txt
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Subject matter
  • Finding a thesis
  • Asking the proof question
  • Designing the points of proof
  • Thinking through your analytical comparison
  • Template for thinking through your analytical comparison
  • Outlining your analytical comparison
  • Template for outlining your analytical comparison block method
  • Template for outlining your analytical comparison point-by-point method
  • Drafting your analytical comparison
  • A student's analytical comparison
  • Formal elements
  • Gothic nightmares in romantic painting
  • Rachel Gothberg
  • Revision and editing checklist for your analytical comparison
  • Writing the exhibition review
  • Audience and purpose
  • Planning your exhibition review
  • Visiting the gallery or museum
  • Organizing your material
  • Finding a thesis
  • Positive review
  • Line
  • Negative review
  • Mixed review
  • Outlining your exhibition review
  • Template for outlining for your exhibition review
  • Drafting your exhibition review
  • Drafting the introduction
  • Why the exhibition is important
  • Unfulfilled expectations
  • The comparison
  • Changing critical opinions
  • Color
  • The question
  • The quotation
  • Drafting the body
  • Exhibition's theme
  • Style or "Ism" of the exhibited works
  • Artist's personal style
  • Artist's influences
  • Medium
  • Message
  • Formal elements
  • Value
  • Principles of design
  • Exhibition display
  • Drafting the conclusion
  • Recommendation
  • Assessment of the artist's work
  • What to look for
  • Praise for the curator
  • Highlight of the show
  • Exhibition's theme
  • Quotation
  • Texture
  • Point back to the introduction
  • Titling your exhibition review
  • A student's exhibition review
  • A journey through an imaginary world
  • Karin Holzmann
  • Revision and editing checklist for your exhibition review
  • Writing arguments
  • Planning your argument
  • Choosing a topic
  • Finding a thesis
  • Shape
  • Anticipating the counterarguments
  • Asking the proof questions
  • Designing the points of proof
  • Thinking through your argument
  • Template for thinking through your argument essay
  • Outlining your argument
  • Template for outlining your argument essay
  • Drafting your argument
  • Drafting the introduction
  • Drafting the body
  • Space
  • Template for organizing a refutation paragraph
  • Template for organizing a constructive argument paragraph
  • Drafting the conclusion
  • Titling your argument
  • A student's argument
  • Unpopular opinions in a free society
  • Liana Van de Water
  • Revision and editing checklist for your argument
  • Research papers
  • Planning your research paper
  • Time and motion
  • Choosing a topic
  • Researching the topic
  • Searching the library
  • Searching the internet
  • Taking notes
  • Outlining your research paper
  • Drafting your research paper
  • Using sources
  • Plagiarism
  • Paraphrasing sources
  • Sound and smell
  • Summarizing sources
  • Quoting sources
  • Citing sources
  • MLA (Modern Language Association)
  • CMS (Chicago Manual of Style)
  • Two student research papers
  • An art class a day keeps unemployment away
  • Louisa Ferrer
  • Express this!
  • Joel Senger
  • Responding to art
  • Principles of design
  • Revision and editing checklist for your research paper
  • Writing the essay examination
  • Preparing for the examination
  • Study checklists
  • Mind maps
  • Flashcards
  • Plan a strategy
  • Taking the examination
  • Before you begin writing
  • Preparing to answer the essay question
  • Balance
  • Writing the essay
  • Sample essay examination
  • Question
  • Answer
  • Before turning in the examination
  • Handbook
  • Grammar and style
  • Definitions
  • Parts of speech
  • Noun
  • Unity and variety
  • Pronoun
  • Verb
  • Adjective
  • Adverb
  • Preposition
  • Conjunction
  • Interjection
  • Sentence parts
  • Verb (or predicate)
  • Subject
  • Proportion and scale
  • Object
  • Complement
  • Modifier
  • Connector
  • Phrase
  • Clause
  • Sentence structures
  • Sentence types
  • Fragments
  • Run-ons
  • Rhythm
  • Syntax
  • Misplaced modifier
  • Dangling modifier
  • Faulty predication
  • Faulty comparison
  • Faulty definition
  • Unnecessary shift
  • Mixed construction
  • Parallelism
  • Choosing words
  • Medium
  • Choosing verbs
  • Active versus passive verbs
  • Strong versus weak verbs
  • Verb tenses
  • Subject-verb agreement
  • Choosing pronouns
  • Avoiding "I"
  • Pronoun case
  • Pronoun-antecedent agreement
  • Unclear pronoun reference
  • Style or "Ism"
  • Wordiness
  • Biased language
  • Style
  • Punctuation
  • Comma
  • Semicolon
  • Colon
  • Dash
  • Apostrophe
  • Quotation marks
  • Art criticism
  • Mechanics
  • Capitalization
  • Numbers
  • Italics
  • Hyphens
  • Diaristic criticism
  • Formalistic criticism
  • Responding objectively
  • Psychoanalytic criticism
  • Marxist criticism
  • Feminist criticism
  • Sexual diversity studies
  • Postcolonial criticism
  • Writing assignment: catalogue entry
  • James Hardy, Jr.'s The young ghillie, 1871
  • Harrison Potasnik
  • Tom Wesselmann's Bedroom painting no. 7
  • Stephanie King
  • Questions to guide your objective responses to art
  • Principles of effective writing
  • Modes of discourse
  • Narration
  • Description
  • Analysis
  • Argument
  • A process for writing about art
  • Planning your essay
  • Generating ideas
  • Choosing a topic
  • Responding subjectively
  • Posing a focus question
  • Researching the topic and taking notes
  • Finding a thesis
  • Identifying the counterargument
  • Asking the proof question
  • Designing the points of proof
  • Outlining the essay
  • Drafting your essay
  • Drafting the introduction
  • Drafting the body
  • Comparing
  • Drafting the conclusion
  • Citing sources
  • Writing a title
  • Revising and editing your essay
  • Writing analytically
  • The formal analysis
  • Planning your formal analysis
  • Template for outlining your formal analysis
  • Drafting your formal analysis
  • Drafting the introduction
  • Inferring
  • Drafting the body
  • Drafting the conclusion
  • Titling your formal analysis
  • A student's formal analysis
  • A state of grace in Matisse's La Japonaise: woman beside the water
  • Charles Thompson
  • Revision and editing checklist for your formal analysis
  • The analytical essay
  • Planning your analytical essay
  • Posing a focus question
  • Interpreting
  • Finding a thesis
  • Asking the proof question
  • Designing the points of proof
  • Thinking through your analytical essay
  • Template for thinking through your analytical essay
  • Outlining your analytical essay
  • Template for outlining your analytical essay
  • Drafting your analytical essay
  • Organizing your notes
  • Drafting the introduction
  • The language of art
  • Drafting the body
  • Drafting the conclusion
  • Titling your analytical essay
  • A student's analytical essay
  • A women's photographer
  • Olga Shatovskaya
  • Revision and editing checklist for your analytical essay
  • The analytical comparison
  • Planning your analytical comparison
  • Posing a focus question
Control code
864087436
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
Second edition
Extent
xii, 196 pages
Isbn
9781285442587
Lccn
2013949098
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)864087436

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