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Rodriguez, Joshua L.

GED108 – A1

2018103953

World Art History Timeline Project

1. What is your Art-History project about? Describe it as some kind of "product" & what are its
mechanics?

Enamel pins are quite popular these days. It can be attached to


your clothes, bags or anywhere you want it to be noticed. You can
somehow tell a person’s personality and taste based on the pins they
have, may it be food, objects and many more. These kinds of pins are
not easily worn out and last long since it is made of stainless steel and
is painted according to your likes.

These pins will serve as a medium to the


different artworks produced in the different periods and movements. This will
be more effective than other medium since it is unbreakable and is not easily
destroyed. Artworks such as paintings are usually painted in canvases and can
only be placed in a well ventilated and sheltered place, unlike enamel pins
which can be brought everywhere, rain or shine. This means that the different
artworks in the past will be more exposed to people. They will be curious to
know more about the artwork and will eventually appreciate it.

Another product I want to make is an Art History Timeline Bookmark


which showcases the different artworks in each era. Students usually use
books in different subjects in class and by using this bookmark, it will not
just help them mark the pages of the books but at the same time appreciate
the different artworks in each period and movement in chronological order from the prehistoric art
all the way to pop art. The different artworks which can be seen in the bookmark are selectively
picked to better differentiate each artwork from the rest.

2. What are the major Art Periods & Movements it covers?

These products cover different art periods and movements where the majority of this were
discussed by Professor Ma. Socorro Romabiles. I chose the painting which best represents their
characteristics for each period and movement.

 Prehistoric

 Ancient

 Medieval

 Renaissance

 Baroque

 Romanticism

 Realism

 Impressionism

 Post-Impressionism

 Fauvism

 Expressionism

 Cubism

 Surrealism

 Pop Art

3. How does it work? Explain the rationale of your project. Why did you choose this way of
"presentation"?

Just by simply wearing, attaching, and using these products, you will unnoticeably promote
art in your everyday lives. I chose this way of presenting art to the students since they are already
quite busy in their academics and are too lazy to do other things other than school works. Since
these products are also very accessible, many students will be involved, and some might even
collect them. Millennials are very updated to what is in these days and when they see what the
public is doing they will also try to have it.

ENAMEL PINS

BOOKMARK

FRONT BACK
4. How can it help as an educational supplement for a World-Art History subject in Grade 11 &
12?

World art history may be boring for some students, especially if it is just full of talking in
the discussions in class. These products will serve as an educational supplement for world art
history subject of students in Grades 11 and 12 since they will remember more of the artworks
easily and they will have an easy way of differentiating artworks from the different periods and
movements. It will always be with them and will not be forgotten easily.

5. How are the periods & movements featured so they are better appreciated by your given
audience?

The different periods and movements featured are appreciated by having it attached to
yourself and showing it to the world. They will promote different artwork in the past and show
how it developed throughout the year. Today, the artworks in the past can be instantly seen in just
a single click through your phone, but it is better appreciated if you can actually have it all the time
on a miniature scale.