art in the workplace

I am needing help with these assignments please!! The city I was assigned is Bismarck, North Dakota-this is for the whole project.

I have attached 2 files, One is a copy of the project instructions and the other is the same with the Rubrics included. Please go off of the Rubrics-the instructor was adamant that you either pass or fail. If you don’t meet Mastery, the assignment will fail! :S


Deliverable 1 – Timeline of Major Periods in Art

Competency

Determine the historical impact of art on modern culture, society, and the workplace.

Scenario

Your local library has decided to hang artwork in its lobby. You volunteer at the library and heard that the director of the library plans to go to the mall and buy artwork off the shelf in a home decor store to decorate the walls.

You are outraged, and feel that the library presents an ideal space for more meaningful public displays. After all, your town has such a rich and interesting history, and there are some artists and craftspeople living in the area. You decide to approach the City Council Chair to voice your concerns, but he informs you that the library is on a tight budget, and he doesn’t see the need to spend too much of tax payers money on “decorations.”

You now plan to attend the next City Council meeting to convince the town to do more with the exhibiting space at the library, and that it doesn’t have to be expensive if the displays are cultivated from regional resources.

Instructions

For this assignment, you will be assigned a city, write as though you live there.

  • List five significant creations in your city/town, such as buildings in different styles of architecture, bridges, and public art. Include the year each item was created.
  • Arrange the chosen creations in chronological order, along with names of their creators.
  • Explain the major styles/periods in art to which each of the five creations/selections relate. Include your rationale for your selection.
  • Identify three additional local creative residents from the past and present, whose work could potentially be displayed at the library. List the forms of art for which they are known.
  • Your timeline should be printable so that it can be distributed to City Council members and attendees at the meeting. Use the timeline templates in Word to create a printable timeline.

NOTE – Be sure the documents display proper grammar, spelling, punctuation, and sentence structure.

Deliverable 2 – Grant Proposal Summary

Competency

Identify the role of music, poetry, prose, and visual art in the modern world and workplace.

Scenario

You have been asked to be on the town’s board of Cultural Affairs. When you step into your new role, you quickly realize that the organization is in trouble; the other board members have been on the board for a long time and haven’t done much in recent years. They explain that there is no money in the budget.

You hear about a grant opportunity. Every year, a wealthy resident of your town, Mr. Brown, offers a grant of $10,000 to one local organization. In the past, he has never given this grant to an arts organization because, in the words of another board member, “Mr. Brown does not think the arts are important.”

If you can change Mr. Brown’s mind about the importance of the arts in your community, you might just get the grant and be able to revitalize the town’s cultural arts scene!

Write the grant proposal summary for review by a few board members to be sure you are on the right track for the grant.

Instructions

The summary should include:

  • two to three paragraphs using persuasive language.
  • concisely written paragraphs using bullet-points if possible.
  • a beginning paragraph that immediately captures the reader’s attention, using a story, surprising fact, or insightful quote.
  • a complete but brief synopsis of the details in the proposal.
  • the reason for the proposal and how the grant money will be used.

NOTE – Be sure the documents display proper grammar, spelling, punctuation, and sentence structure.

Deliverable 3 – Art Event for Workplace Colleagues

Competency

Utilize art elements in real-world contexts and the workplace.

Scenario

Your workplace has a line in its budget for team building events outside of work. In the past, your supervisor has passed out free tickets to minor league baseball games, passes to an amusement park, and even rented a lodge for a hunting retreat.

This year, your coworkers and you received an email asking what kind of team building event you would like to attend. You responded that you would like to attend the world-renowned Flamenco dance performance that will take place in your city in a few months. You also included a note that you know your company is opening up an office in Spain, so it might be good for your company to take the opportunity to learn more about the culture.

Impressed with your amazing idea, your supervisor asks you to plan one more art event for your workplace.

Instructions

Write a one – two page proposal for an art event for your workplace. The proposal should contain the following details about what kind of art event it will be:

  • Where the event will take place—for example, an art show in your workplace lobby, or a trip to the theater.
  • Who the artist(s) are with details of their accomplishments.
  • Budget for the event. (Could be as simple as ticket prices and transportation, or could be a catered art opening.)
  • Rationale for how your company can potentially benefit from this art event.

NOTE – Be sure the documents display proper grammar, spelling, punctuation, and sentence structure.

Deliverable 4 – Corporate Art Collection Proposal

Competency

Apply strategies for evaluating different art forms in various contexts.

Scenario

Your workplace has built a parking deck. The ground level is unusable for cars due to clearance issues. The company you work for recently heard that it can receive tax breaks if it invests in an art collection, so they have decided to turn the unusable first level of the parking deck into an art museum. You have been asked to spearhead this initiative.

Instructions

Create a proposal for a corporate art collection. Be sure your proposal answers the following questions:

  • What type of work will you select? Include a description.
  • Why is this type of art a good investment for your particular company? Include a rationale.
  • What is the budget? Include the total cost with details.
  • What other expenses will be associated with the management of this art collection? List the details with costs.
  • What other external resources will you use to offset this budget? List the details of the resources.

Deliverable 5 – Multicultural Art Presentation

Competency

Explain how art contributes to problem solving skills and idea creation in personal and professional experience.

Scenario

Your company is one of several that hopes to land an international contract with MagnifiCo, a large corporation overseas. You have recently learned that Company X, who is competing for the same overseas contract, has received some negative publicity for their lack of cultural literacy among employees. An embarrassing video has gone viral showing an American employee from Company X awkwardly fumbling through a business dinner with foreign associates. First, he insulted the lack of air conditioning in the foreign restaurant, then he nervously laughed in the middle of their prayer, and finally he nearly spit out the dinner dish he was served! The business deal was doomed.

When you watched the video, you almost took pity on this American businessman clearly so out of his element. But then, you noticed in the background of the video that the entire dinner was taking place in a beautiful building; there was gothic vaulting on the ceiling, finely detailed mosaic tile on the floor, and intricate fresco painting on the wall next to their table. There was classical music playing in the background— perhaps Baroque? If the American had noticed any of these things, he could have asked his dinner companions about them. If he had learned a little about this country’s culture, he could have even made intelligent conversation about his surroundings and possibly impressed and connected with his colleagues instead of insulting them with awkward behavior.

Instructions

You are tasked creating a learning presentation for your colleagues on multicultural art relating to MagnifiCo’s geographic location(s) to be delivered at your next office meeting. You may choose the geographic location(s) for MagnifiCo.

NOTE – Depending on your choice(s), there may be more or less distinguishing information available. For example, if you choose a large distinct nation, you may find an abundance of information for all 15 of your slides. If you pick a small isolated culture, you may need to a second or third culture in order to have enough information for 15 slides.

Design a PowerPoint presentation containing:

  • At least 15 slides, plus cover slide and reference slide.
  • One to three different possible global locations where MagnifiCo does business.
  • Include a minimum of 3 informative slides about each topic in the chosen location(s):
    • well-known artists
    • music
    • architecture
    • literature
    • cultural customs

Deliverable 6 – Workplace Evaluation Infographic

Competency

Identify how art benefits wellness and creativity in the community and workplace.

Scenario

You just opened a small company and got your first contract to design a new product. You divided your employees up into two teams of three to see who could come up with the best new designs. You gave them a week to work. As you observed their work, you noticed how noisy it was in your open-plan space. You also noticed some arguing, and one of your best designers had to go home early with a migraine. After a week of work, you called the teams back to see what they accomplished and you were very disappointed. The designs were just not up to standard.

When you asked your workers what the problem was, they had a long list of issues with the workspace. You know you need to revamp your office if your company is going to be successful, but you need to take inventory before you can begin improvements.

Instructions

Design an informational infographic to help employers evaluate their workplace environment.

  • Infographic must include:
    • At least 5 qualities of a creative workplace, with text and graphics.
    • At least 5 obstacles to workers’ creativity, with text and graphics.

Deliverable 7 – Office Redesign Recommendations Portfolio

Competencies

  • Determine the historical impact of art on modern culture, society, and the workplace.
  • Identify the role of music, poetry, prose, and visual art in the modern world and workplace.
  • Utilize art elements in real-world contexts and the workplace.
  • Apply strategies for evaluating different art forms in various contexts.
  • Explain how art contributes to problem solving skills and idea creation in personal and professional experience.
  • Identify how art benefits wellness and creativity in the community and workplace.

Scenario

You are an independent contractor who has been hired by a multinational technology company to increase productivity at one branch office. The location in question is failing miserably and your contract with this company is a last ditch effort to bring this location’s productivity up, or else it will be shut down. The designers haven’t submitted a good, usable design to headquarters in months.

When you begin your work figuring out what’s going wrong, you immediately see many red flags. Records show that employees call in sick frequently, come in late, leave early, and several complaints between employees have been filed by Human Resources.

When you visit the office, you are immediately struck by what a dismal environment you see. Florescent lights flicker over beige cubicles, ambient noise of machines buzzing and phones ringing fills your ears, and employees look bored and tired. You notice only one communal work space piled over with old projects and clutter. The supply room is sparse. The break room is small and cluttered, and nobody is using it.

You decide to interview employees and learn some alarming information; employees mostly work alone, do not seem to know each other well, some outright dislike one another, they report having no fun or enjoyment while at work, and some suffer chronic work-related health problems such as migraines and back pain. You notice wonderful diversity among employees, yet nobody seems to appreciate or understand the unique perspectives of their colleagues.

It is clear to you that this office is not conducive to the kind of creative collaboration necessary to pull it out of its slump. Using what you know about the importance of art in the world and workplace, you will come up with a plan to solve these problems.

Instructions

Assemble a portfolio of recommendations on how to turn this office from a non-productive location to a creative hub of productivity.

Portfolio should include the following parts:

Part 1

Compose an introduction (1-2 paragraphs) indicating the historical impact of art on modern culture, society, and the workplace.

Part 2

Create an infographic on how to use the arts to promote the following within the company:

  • Collaboration between colleagues
  • Multiculturalism/diversity
  • Community engagement

Part 3

Construct a visual model using diagram software of the ideal creative workspace that includes the following areas:

  • A space for individual work
  • A space for collaborative work
  • Public interaction area
  • Visual display areas

NOTE – You may add additional areas as you see fit.

Each area in the workspace must be clearly numbered and the following questions answered:

  • How will this space be used and by whom?
  • What Elements of Art and Principles of Design will be used in this space?
  • How does the space promote creativity and collaboration?
  • How will the arts be used to promote creativity and well-being?

Part 4

Create a descriptive resource list with contact data of at least six funding possibilities for art events. Each resource should briefly explain the resource and how the employer might use it.

 

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