Please make an introduction with specific thesis a the end of the introduction only following these instructions. (If the introduction and thesis already specific and not too broad, I will order a full essay that composes 950-words from the same writer that write the introduction and thesis. The instruction for a full essay will also be written in this instructions board so that the writer that writes the introduction and thesis knows what to do for the next steps.)
Write an essay informed by independent research on this topic. Narrow your focus onto one specific work of Art or event.
Think about cultures that have almost been erased or examples of artists or historians who fight this by reclaiming, preserving, or celebrating traditional or indigenous arts. How do museums, galleries, and other institutions profit from cultural dominant practices and perpetuate these forms of colonialism and domination?
– Research the topic of cultural dominance and how it relates to Art History and the structure of museums and galleries.
– Identify at least four sources to expand your research into the topic and focus on one work of Art of a specific event. Try to find a variety of viewpoints and supportive evidence.
– Include short quotes from your research. A short quote is considered anything shorter than 3 typed lines and should not be included in your word count. Enclose the quote in quotation marks and cite your source at the end of your discussion.
– Compose a 950-word or more essay with detailed facts, observations, and or reflections.
– Identify the impact in an objective and subjective way.
– Include information about the Artist/Artwork or relevant content to support or enrich your statement.
– Cite at least 4 sources at the end of your essay (one of the sources must be from the Smarthistory website and another source must be from Artists | Art21 or ArtCyclopedia.)
The attached file is an example of a too broad essay to create a focused research paper. Need a new essay that focuses on a few specific examples or a specific culture.