Should be 750 words long. 150 word abstract. 900 words total. Make sure its a review on a virtual online art exhibition.You should write a review targeted at a specific readership (art magazine, broadsheet press, scholarly journal). Your review will need to be headed by a c.150-word abstract (not included in wordcount) that sets out your argument, intellectual rationale, and specifies audience (national newspaper, art magazine, scholarly journal). Explain why you have written for this audience.The review should include discussion of the following elements:theme(s) and aims of the exhibition;overall narrative or argument of the exhibition (if there is one)up to three objects or a grouping of your choice that illustrates your thesis;design of exhibition environment and presentation of the works in it (e.g. display, sequence, lighting, densiity of material);intellectual impact of the exhibition on the theme(s) it addressesaudience(s) for the exhibition and how they are addressed It is up to you decide what you will argue, but as a critical piece of writing it must do more than simply describe the exhibition. You will receive a full briefing and a chance to work through an example exhibition in your workshop. It is recommended that you discuss which exhibition you’d like to review with your workshop leader before you begin writing it.
FormatReviews should be double spaced on a word processing programme. References, if appropriate, should appear as short footnotes for scholarly journal reviews, or short paranthetical citations for newspapers and art magazines (see examples in Week 2). You may include up to 3 illustrations. The review should be uploaded to Blackboard through the usual submission point by the deadline.
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