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Art 101 Week 2 Art Intention Checkpoint

Art Timeline Alicia Hansen Art/101 2/13/2011 Art Timeline As curator of the museum I have been asked to develop an interactive timeline based on one art medium to improve the content of the museum website. I have chosen to do a time line based on paintings from the Chinese. I chose to do nature and landscape art work. The first art piece is known as Chinese landscape artist from the 11th century developed the Old Tree, Level Distance hand scroll using ink and color on silk...

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Art 101 Week 1 Assignment

Reading Art – Understanding Iconography David Howard ART/101 November 14, 2010 Lynda Sweat Reading Art – Understanding Iconography An artist can create art work through a creative process. An element of this process is critical thinking. Artists’ creativity process begins with seeing. It then goes from seeing to imagining and from imagining to making (Sayre, 2009). This essay will provide an explanation of artists’ roles. The essay will also include two chosen works of art, one...

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ART 101 Week 5 DQ

The document of ART 101 Week 5 Discussion Questions contains: Discuss how art was used as a vehicle for propaganda, and whether such use is present in the works of Höch, Grosz, and Picasso. Use one example from Gardner's Art through the Ages and one from the Internet. Anthropology - General Anthropology Week 1 Complete Acculturation. The textbook discusses the process of acculturation. After viewing the film, Indian School: Stories of Survival, answer the following questions:...

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ART 101 Week 3 Assignment

The pack of ART 101 Week 3 Assignment contains: Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo: Contrast in Artistic Influence Art - General Art Individual Assignment: Film or Theater Review • Choose a film or play to review and obtain instructor approval. For a film choice, choose from directors such as Alfred Hitchcock, Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, Woody Allen, David Lynch, Orson Welles, Roman Polanski, Quentin Tarantino, Frank Capra, Francis Ford Coppola, Oliver Stone...

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Week Five Art 101 Assignement

Neoclassicism style of art. This style of art was representational without expressing much emotion in its presentation. The more classical elements of this movement were used to indicate courage and the renaissance of ideas, primarily in England which can be seen in The Emperor Napoleon in His Study at the Tuileries by Jacques-Louis David pictured below. Fig. 1 1812 The Emperor Napoleon in His Study at the Tuileries Jacques-Louis David Oil on canvas 2010 National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC ...

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art and intention

 Week 2/Checkpoint/Art and Intention Leanne Diliberto Art/101 1/10/2014 Lynn Wocell Art and Intention When Michelangelo's sculpture David was first displayed to the public, it caused quite a reaction. The public did not understand the nudity behind the sculpture, therefore, they objected to it. Some even threw stones at the sculpture. Guards were hired to protect the piece of artwork from such vandalism. Eventually, a skirt was added to Michelangelo’s piece...

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Art 101 Week 8 Checkpoint

Art 101 Week 8 Checkpoint Comparison of Three Sculptures Art is heavily influenced by the culture in which it was produced. As the three versions of David make evident, one person or object will be represented in different ways depending on the environment of its portrayer. In examining the sculptures of David created by Donatello, Michelangelo, and Bernini I can see that art is not only influenced by an artist’s surroundings, but because...

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Art 101 Final

Final Project: Art Timeline Jessie McAlee Axia College of University of Phoenix Art/101 Final Project: Art timeline After careful review and consideration, I have decided to create a timeline for the museums website that will focus on the medium of Coffee Stain Portrait. The internet has become a wonderful medium for young artist. This timeline shows a modern look at the resources available to showcase their artwork in a free public forum. I chose painting with coffee...

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film art

Introduction to Film Art Fall 2013 Malcolm Turvey Office: Heimbold 304F Extension: 2644 E-mail: mturvey@slc.edu Syllabus Required Textbook: David Bordwell and Kristin Thompson, Film Art: An Introduction (New York: McGraw Hill, 2012; 10th edition) Class Schedule: NB: Readings marked (X) must be downloaded from MySLC Week 1 Conferences 9/10: NO CONFERENCES Screening 9/10: Collateral (Michael Mann, 2004, 120 min.) 9/11: Read: Introduction: Film as Art Film Art, Chapter 1 Part...

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The Art

communicate and if it has improved or been detrimental to the art of communication. In the 21st century, the human race has more ways to communicate than ever before. This includes the use of the internet, the mobile phone, television and radio, as well as written and spoken communication. With all these methods, why do some argue that the art of communication has been lost? This essay will discuss how the internet has affected this art but it has not been lost but simply modified. Communication...

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