November 28, 2015

Homework Help: Art

Posted by Sarah on Monday, February 20, 2012 at 6:23pm.

1. Alexander Calder invented this type of art.
() fiber art
() mobiles
() stabiles
() public art

2. Today, decisions in planning, selecting, and/or creating an artwork for public display are made in the following way.
() They are the decision of the artist.
() by collaboration among the community, artist, and local government
() They are the decision of the mayor or local leader.
() through voting by the local community

3. The Great Wall of Los Angeles chronicles and illustrates this part of California history.
() the civil rights struggle
() writing of the U.S. constitution
() stories of people trying to be recognized
() French explorers and discoveries
() both a and d
() both a and c

4. The Walt Disney Concert Hall is located in this city.
() Washington, D.C.
() New York, New York
() Los Angeles, California
() Las Vegas, Nevada

5. This artist designed the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
() Frank Lloyd Wright
() Robert Smithson
() Frederick Law Olmstead
() Frank O. Gehry

6. Besides having good design sense, this is essential to being a successful interior designer.
() writing skills
() carpentry skills
() organization
() calculations

7. When selecting fabrics, interior designers look at these characteristics of a fabric.
() line, shape, and pattern
() line, texture, and pattern
() form and rhythm
() color, texture, and pattern

8. This is NOT one of the purposes of architecture.
() create dwellings
() create structures for recreation
() create structures for prayer
() create structures for exploration

9. Alexander Calder was so productive in his lifetime, he created this estimated number of artworks.
() 500
() 150
() 5,000
() 15,000

10. This is the double challenge for architects.
() create works that are pleasing and useful
() create works that are pleasing and expressive
() create works that are inexpensive and useful
() create works that are inexpensive and expressive

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