• Hello Studio Art students!paint

    If you picked your artist and are not sure where to start, here are some suggestions:

    * Start with Britannica Academics for artist background and additional resources
       (this subcription database will also generate the MLA citation for you!)

         username: SHS

         pw: look

    * Try Google Arts and Culture for information about all art movements. See links below for information about specific art movements.

    * Explore a museum website for works of art and additional resources.

    As you research, don't forget to use the notetaking template that your art teacher provided. To use online information responsibly, you should always keep track of where each piece of information came from, and you should always keep track of whether the words you are collecting are direct quotes (copied and pasted from a source) or paraphrased (your own words). The notetaking template makes this process simple for you.

    Use mybib.com to create MLA citations if the source doesn't provide it for you.

    Website links for art movement information:   

    Expressionism

    Futurism

    Cubism

    Surrealism

    Abstract Expressionism

    Pop Art

    Minimalism

    Contemporary Realism

    Neoclassicism

    Romanticism

    Orientalism

    Realism

    Impressionism

    Post-Impressionism

    Pointillism

    Fauvism