• You are ready to do the final construction and polishing of your online exhibition! Your exhibition will include all stages, 1-6 except the Museum Visit, all images, any needed revisions plus any necessary additional information such as the Abstract (assigned for week 8) and a Conclusion (1 or 2 paragraphs) discussing how your exhibition illuminates the topic of the history in the arts and draws logical conclusions from the biography and analysis of the work that you provide.A Descriptive Abstract about your Final Project should be around 100 words, single-spaced, 12 pt. Times; include 5 keywords). If you want a critique, post by Friday.

    Abstracts are a very important part of academic/scholarly writing and need special attention since most everything ends up on the Internet and into databases. Keywords are essential for database searches and can be included within the body of your abstract text. So, choose these words carefully and select what you think will draw people to your work. For this project, including a listing of your keywords (5) at the bottom of your abstract. Citations are usually not included in abstracts as you are simply describing your project. Write in the third person, passive tense. What is this? Go to:http://www.squidoo.com/thesisabstract#module11245752Be sure to consider comments and suggestions made by me. Your complete References List should demonstrate quality; include at least six scholarly references and credits for all images. (Encyclopedia-type websites are not the best choice for a college-level final assessment and no Wikipedia is allowed except for images.) The text for the final version should be about 10 to 12 pages, excluding images and Reference List, depending on how many images you select. Submit by the end of week 8 into the properly provided area. Your References cited in the text (Chadwick, 48) should be placed in a Bibliography, and images that are referenced in-text (Figure 1) should be moved to the end and captioned in proper order to avoid issues with paper formatting when comments are provided.Please use the provided template for the final submission: ARTH_Exhibition_Paper_Template.docxThe template is for you to use as a blueprint for creating your Exhibition. Do not copy the stages word for word, make sure to synthesize all you have done into one beautifully written paper. Pretend you are really opening this for the public. Your exhibit and paper should be THAT well done. DO NOT REPEAT the same things in different sections of the template. For example if you give us the artist’s birthdate and where she was born in the Biography section we don’t need to read it again in two other places. This should be one cohesive work, instead of pieces thrown together. Deliverables

    • Abstract posted to discussion forum
    • Provide a link to the exhibit in the discussion
    • Attach your final paper