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FSSY 169 -- What’s in a Face?: Main

Resources for the students in Dr. Maggie Popkin's seminar

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Final Project

Your final project for this class is to create an audio guide analyzing the two works of art you discussed for your comparison paper. The goal of your audio guide is to contextualize your comparison through historical research and to present at thematic argument about both objects that is soundly rooted in your visual analysis and secondary research. You will write and turn in a script for the audio guide, and you will also record your script as an audio file that will be shared with me and your classmates. The goal of this assignment is to create a product that describes and compares the salient visual characteristics and historical contexts of your two chosen objects in a way that would make them accessible to a visitor to the museum.

William Claspy: Humanities Librarian

William Claspy
Contact:
Kelvin Smith Library, 201-E
11055 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
USA
1-216-368-3595

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William Claspy
Contact:
Kelvin Smith Library, 201-E
11055 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
USA
1-216-368-3595