What Statues Can Tells Us About Rome
a) The prompt was to analyze Greek or Roman historical/cultural narratives and could take a wide variety of forms. b) I used "VSDC Free Video Editor" for the visuals and "Audacity" for audio. c) From the prompt, I had a lot of creative control over what my project would look like. I chose to analyze Roman sculpture in order to explain how the Roman Empire itself was structured. In order to get more real-world footage of statues, I chose to look at the states that are located in the Cleveland Art Museum. I chose a video format in order to make my project more enjoyable for the general public and posted it on YouTube so that people could watch it.
HIS 103: Ancient World His to 1300 C.E. (CSU History Department)
Professor for the Class
Dr. Kelly Wrenhaven
Beatty, Grace, "What Statues Can Tells Us About Rome" (2021). Digital Student Showcase Fall 2021. 2.