I have divided your task into three parts.
1.) The first thing to do is to describe the entire exhibit/event. This will be somewhat general, a summary or encapsulation.
2.) Second, choose two or three works of art (paintings or sculptures, etc.) or particular parts of a play or dance, that you think are representative of the whole event and describe them in detail. Here is where you may want to compare/contrast or discuss one that you like and one that you don’t like and why.
3.) Then discuss/critique the whole exhibit/event for the third part.
An example of this work would be:
A.) Includes a proper Introduction/General Description of the event of not less than 100 words.
This is your introduction to the event and a basic description of what you saw.
B.) Includes a proper detailed description of a specific part of the event of not less than 250 words.
This is a description of something that you particularly liked, found interesting, hated, etc. For an exhibit, this means a description of one or two works of painting, sculpture, etc. Also, be sure to explain why you liked or didn’t like the work.
C.) Includes a proper general critique of the event of not less than 150 words.
This is where you give your opinion of the experience. Remember that a critique does not have to be negative, although it may be if you did not enjoy parts or all of the event. It is here that you will discuss the whole event not the individual works of art
At least a total of 500 words.
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