Directions:Create a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation about an Artist listed wit

Directions:Create a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation about an Artist listed within chapters 3.7 or 3.8 of your required textbook with the inclusion of a Narrative Page, Supporting artwork and a Bibliography.
Narrative Page: Write a 3-paragraph narrative about the artist and information about the art history movement they are associated with in the first slide. Write the narrative in your own words based on what you learned through your researched resources, using at least four sources (1 includes your textbook- see also Resources listed below) about the Artist.
The narrative page will be graded on the following (0 to 25 points):
•Writing substantially supports the main subject.
•Three paragraphs include at least fives sentences each.
•Sentence structure is complete without grammar or spelling errors.
•Writing is in the student’s own voice.
Supporting artworks: Include 15 artworks created by your Artist using books, Internet, journals, or other sources, with one image to each page. Select only good quality images that copy well (internet pictures measuring 900 x 1200 pixels or larger are ideal). Use a black background and include the title, medium (materials used), and date for each artwork in white letters. Slide transitions should be initiated by the click of the mouse.
Do not enlarge small images from the Internet; this results in fuzzy pictures of low quality, and pixilated images. Do not crop or otherwise distort the artwork images as you are graded on the quality of these images.
The Supporting artworks will be graded on the following (0 to 25 points):
•Presentation has excellent visual appeal
•Images are focused and large and they support the main subject
•Titles and dates are provided for all image
Bibliography: List your resources in the final slide of the presentation (bibliography). You should include at least four references using a variety of resources, Internet sites, books, journals, etc., that are from reputable sources such as a College, University and or public non-profit institutions and Museum sources. Someone’s blog site or website references will not be an accurate source, because they will deal with opinion and speculation in lieu of facts. Select high–quality resources that offer further learning opportunities about the subject for the viewer to maintain a consistent approach to your work.
The Resources will be graded on the following (0 to 25 points):
•4 or more references are included; at least one is a the required textbook
•References are of excellent academic quality
•All website links function

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