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College Bowl AP Art History Practice Exam

The annual spring event gives art history students an opportunity to take a practice AP Art History exam in preparation for the College Board's National Art History AP® Examination in May. Additionally, this event is useful for the participating Art History instructors to gauge their students' progress and performance so that they can provide their students with additional preparation before the official examination. This year the College Bowl was held at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Prior to the morning's practice exam students were welcomed by Dr. Janis Bergman-Carton, Associate Professor and Chair of Art History, SMU and Scott Winterrowd, Assistant Curator of Education, Meadows Museum. Some 125 AP Art History students received exam-taking tips by Dr. Susan Bakewell, SMU Art History Adjunct Professor, O'Donnell Foundation Master Teacher and College Board AP Art History Question Leader.  Students were tested in the areas of multiple choice and free response questions. The multiple choice questions allowed students to demonstrate knowledge of a wide range of art history topics.  The free response questions tested students' ability to apply knowledge to the analysis of the relationship between how and why works of art communicate meaning. During the afternoon, students participated in gallery talks at the Meadows Museum.

April 2010 College Bowl (See Photo Album)

The AP® Art History College Bowl sponsored by the O'Donnell Foundation, Southern Methodist University and the Meadows Museum was held on Saturday, April 17, 2010 on the SMU campus and Meadows Museum in Dallas, Texas. 

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