Huafan University blog assignment on artworks from the Musée d’Orsay

As part of my English pronunciation practice sophomore undergraduate class I’ve asked students to create a blog presentation that explores the cultural significance of an artwork in the Musée d’Orsay.  This assignment is part of my PhD course work for the Art History and Education class at National Taiwan Normal University with Professor Lin Da Long.

The class assignment is as follows: 

Social Issue and Musee d’Orsay Blog Assignment: 10%

The purpose of this assignment is to connect the art and culture of the past with our current thinking and society.

In this assignment you must consider a social issue and a work of art from the Musee d’Orsay in Paris.  In your blog you will write five blog posts.  Three blog posts (700 words) will be on your social issue and one (300 words) will be a detailed look at a work of art from the Musee d’Orsay.  In addition, you can connect your final post to contemporary art in Taiwan or  your own personal experiences.  It would also be wonderful if you took a picture inspired by the artwork you have chosen to investigate.   

Please go to the Musee d’Orsay collection and an art work from the collection.

After you have selected the work of art please go to the elearning Mysee d’Orsay art form and post your selected artworks so that no one will review the same work of art twice. 

Please include at least ten photographs in your blog.  Include images of the social issue, artwork, artists, and other photographs connected to themes you are discussing. 

In addition, you can go to YouTube and post video links related to your topic. 

Social Issues include any theme that is important to our society.  You can choose from: the media, animal rights, education, the environment, the economy, feminism, the arts, music, government, globalization, religion, gender, feminism, human rights, racism, family, identity, multiculturalism, drugs, sexuality. 



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