ABOUT THESE WEB PAGES
This and other "CCC Art Appreciation" pages are for the benefit of my Art Appreciation students at Cumberland County College. They provide information about projects, assignments, and lectures and may be accessed through the sub-menu above.
contacting the instructor
meeting with the instructor
Arrange an appointment by phone or at class for meetings on Thursdays only.
Silence cell phones; no calls during class.
Food is not permitted.
Living With Art by Mark Getlein
For details, select from the sub-menu above.
Plagiarism is not acceptable. Papers containing plagiarised material receive a grade of F.
GUIDELINES FOR ESSAYS
Adhere to CCC: concise, comprehensive, clear.
Do NOT email an essay; it will be rejected.
Hand-written essays are not acceptable. They are to be typed on one side of 8.5" X 11" white paper. Use 12-point Times Roman double-spaced, with 1" borders on all sides. Your name must be at the top of all pages which are to be bound or stapled together.
Writing assignments are graded on clarity, research, original thinking, understanding of the topic, interpretation, reasoned support for position, and other factors.
GUIDELINES FOR PROJECTS
Artistic skill and talent are not required; sincere effort and thought are.
Hands-on projects are graded on being prepared (showing up in class with the required project materials), effort, following directions, completeness, thought put into the project, whether you challenged yourself, creativity, and craft (care with which it was done and how materials were used.
IN THIS SECTION
- Term Paper
If you are absent, consult the Projects page.
It will give you a description of the current assignment so that you can complete and deliver it on time.
You will also see a list of what items you need to bring each week when there is a craft project scheduled.
If you are absent, look for a Quiz or Exam page on this site.
Whenever a quiz or test is issued, it is also posted the same day on this site. Go to the Quiz or Exam page and follow the instructions you find there.
The Timeline page on this site is basically a duplicate of the Assignment Sheet issued early in the semester, except the web timeline is in color for greater clarity.
A description of the Final Project is given out in class the 10th week of the semester. However, you are encouraged to consult the Final Project page on this site as early as possible so that you can become familiar with the requirements of the assignment.