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Discussion on a Decorative Utility Electric Box
Many cities have devised strategies for encouraging public art and beautifying their streets. Utility/electric boxes are frequently painted and ornamented throughout town. The artwork can be magnificent at times or provide some thought-provoking societal commentary. Many of these boxes are painted and embellished in a variety of styles.
Take A Photo Of A Decorated Utility/Electric Box: Taking a cue from Dave Van Patten, find a decorated utility/electric box around town that inspires you. It’s preferable, but not necessary, to include a photo of you standing next to it. In your topic, make sure to indicate the location of the utility/electric box.
Make sure your image(s) are embedded (just like in the demo below). DO NOT INCLUDE IMAGES IN WORD DOCUMENTS OR PDF FILES. The attached photos that must be downloaded to be viewed will be ignored, and the discussion will receive a zero.
Canvas Discussions with Images Embedded
Questions for discussion:
Please explain why you selected this utility/electric box.
What was it about the artwork that drew your attention?
What do you think makes it visually appealing to you? A discussion of a design principle or two, or anything from the visual toolbox, could be beneficial.
Tell us about your interpretation of the images, as well as the theme you believe is addressed.
If you’re looking for answers to your questions, don’t go to Google. It’s fine to include some information from a source, but I’d prefer to hear your own opinions.
There will be three aspects to your Discussion experience:
Part 1: Take a photo of a decorated utility/electric box from around town that you think is inspiring, as Dave Van Patten did. It’s preferable, but not necessary, to include a photo of you standing next to it. In your topic, make sure to indicate the location of the utility/electric box.
Insert the image into your topic. Large file sizes should be avoided because they may fail to upload to Canvas.
Part 2: Write a brief essay in which you respond to the above questions and discuss your own watching experience. It’s fine if you add to your topic as a consequence of more research. But don’t forget to stay on topic and respond to the questions.
Part 3: Reply to at least two other students’ posts.
The following is how points will be distributed: Each response is worth a maximum of 5 points, and your original Thread can win you up to 10 points. There are a total of 20 points available. Extra points will be awarded for exceptional posts and comments, bringing the total to more than 20, but not more than 24, points. Points will be deducted for poor spelling and grammar. Entries with any spelling or grammar issues will receive a score of 17/20. Make sure your entries are flawless.
The goal of this activity is to encourage critical thinking. Make sure your responses are thorough and supportive. Answers of one word, such as “cool,” “amazing,” or “lol,” are insufficient. The quality of your postings and responses will determine your grade. You will lose points if you do not react to at least two posts. Be considerate and courteous to one another, but most importantly, be creative and have a good time.