This blog is mainly conceived for art students who need to improve their use of the English language in order to communicate inside and outside the art world. The posted materials are meant to support the academic course for the second year students of UAD and apply the method of Genre Analysis to the specific purposes of using English for art.
If you couldn't find your blog/site acknowledged it means that you do not have the 4 in-class attendances. Today is the last chance to get the 4th.
Fratila (D), Dugan (D), Boariu (F), Moldovan (DV), Atomei (G).
Otherwise, your blogs will count just as one usual comment and you will take the exam.
If you decide to make your own blogs and/or sites, do not forget that I can only take them into consideration if and only if they have enough text(s) in English to accompany the images. And I do remind you that you are supposed to write 5 posts, out of which one has to be your artist statement.
To send the title of your blog/site as a link, select to publish your comment as name & URL (where you write the exact address). Do not publish your comment as Anonymous, or anything else. In the "comments" box write the name and department. I commented here as an example.
I will not take into consideration the comments which do not offer me a functional link!!!
- are promotional materials which offer exact information about an exhibition (the exhibiting artists - some information about them); place (the exact location/even a map sometimes); time (the opening day, the display period, daily visiting schedule; visiting fees; contact details); they usually offer some visuals of the exhibited works to arouse the curiosity of the public
- the card also functions as an invitation to the opening day; it may use the exhibition poster as visual information
- are very short texts written by the curators, or by the museum staff, sometimes by the artists themselves, to inform the viewers about the exhibited works, by providing such details as the title of the work, the medium/media, its dimensions, the artist's name and very short biographical data, the date the work was finished, the name of the owner or collector, specific technique/s