Go to the following web site to test your knowledge of the objects found in the collections of museums of the countries of the Francophonie:

http://www.virtualmuseum.ca/Exhibitions/Francophonie/An/Jeu.htm
Go to the following web site to test your knowledge of the objects found in the collections of museums of the countries of the Francophonie:

http://www.virtualmuseum.ca/Exhibitions/Francophonie/An/Jeu.htm

© 1997, CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network. All Rights Reserved.

1. What similarities do you see between the objects regardless of their place of origin?

2. What differences do you see between the objects, based on their place of origin?

3. What does this collection of objects from francophone countries around the world suggest about the relationship between art and culture?

4. Using examples, describe the relationship between materials, form, and function in visual art and decorative arts.
1. What similarities do you see between the objects regardless of their place of origin?

2. What differences do you see between the objects, based on their place of origin?

3. What does this collection of objects from francophone countries around the world suggest about the relationship between art and culture?

4. Using examples, describe the relationship between materials, form, and function in visual art and decorative arts.

© 1997, CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network. All Rights Reserved.

Learning Objectives

The learner will;
  • compare and contrast works of decorative art from around the world;
  • explore the relationship between art, design, and culture;
  • describe the relationship between materials, form, and function in visual and decorative arts;
  • appreciate the diversity of cultures in francophone countries.

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