Composer

Art, Undergraduate
Composers For this project, youll answer ten questions about composers from seven of the periods you studied throughout your course. You will submit one essay that covers all seven composers. You must select one composer from each of the following periods to research:Medieval and Renaissance PeriodsFrancesco LandiniThomas WeelkesTielman SusatoThe Baroque EraJohann PachelbelBarbara StrozziArcangelo CorelliThe Classical EraChristoph Willibald GluckMarianne MartinezWilliam BillingsThe Romantic EraLouis Moreau GottschalkArthur SullivanModest MussorgskyThe Early Twentieth CenturyManuel de FallaCharles GriffesFrancis PoulencAmerican Innovations in the ArtsDanny ElfmanW.C. HandyZez ConfreyTwentieth Century InternationalismTan DunTania LeonAli Akbar KhanQuestionsOnce youve selected the seven composers youd like to research, youll need toresearch the answers to the following ten questions for each composer:What are the years of the composers birth, and, where applicable, death?Where was the composer born? Where did he/she compose (if different than…
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Arts of the Ayyubids, Zangids, Crusaders, and Mamluks

Art, Chicago / Turabian
Create an essay of 200-300 words in response to the prompt belowPROMPT:1. View the assigned video, Baptistre de Saint Louis Smarthistory, December 15, 2015. https://smarthistory.org/mohammed-ibn-al-zain-basin-baptistere-de-saint-louis/ (Links to an external site.)2. Browse the following article: Baer, Eva. Fish-Pond Ornaments on Persian and Mamluk Metal Vessels. (Links to an external site.) Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 31, no. 1 (1968): 1427. doi:10.1017/S0041977X00112765.3. Study the high-quality images of these two Mamluk metalwork bowls which you can find on the following webpages:a. Baptistre de Saint Louis: https://smarthistory.org/mohammed-ibn-al-zain-basin-baptistere-de-saint-louis/ (Links to an external site.)b. Bowl with fishpond pattern: http://metalwork.museumwnf.org/database-item/ISL/it/Mus01/1/en (Links to an external site.)4. Based on your own analysis and the ideas presented in the video, readings, and websites, write an interpretation of the iconography and meaning of the these two works.…
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Any topic (writer’s choice)

Art, MLA
Please write an informal but vigorous 2-page response that addresses the distinct perspectives of two of the writers attached below. Please note and mention the authors and texts you have chosen to discuss. Describe the main arguments put forward by each writer and discuss how these overlap and differ from each other. What questions do the readings pose readers? How do they relate to each other? Links to readings and videos :https://art21.org/watch/extended-play/julie-mehretu-politicized-landscapes-short/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHx4lFPqPiI&t=5shttps://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/09/arts/design/virtual-art-shows.htmlhttps://ideas.time.com/2013/06/25/viewpoint-the-goal-of-affirmative-action-should-not-be-diversity-but-righting-wrongs/https://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/25/arts/park-service-project-would-address-the-reconstruction-era.html
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blog post

Art, MLA
Sunday, October 3rd by 11:59PMObjectiveWrite a mock interview. Interview one (1) of five (5) characters: 1) Mookie (played by Spike Lee) from Do The Right Thing (1989), 2) Bluto (played by John Belushi) from National Lampoons Animal House (1978), 3) Gilbert (played by Anthony Edwards) from Revenge Of The Nerds (1984), 4) Short Round (played by Ke Huy Quan) from Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom (1984) and 5) Samantha (played by Molly Ringwald) from Sixteen Candles (1984). The topic of discussion is rewatching 80s cinema in an era of #MeToo & Cancel Culture.Create five (5) or more questions that are specific to the topic and craft answers from the perspective of the character and not the actor. Imagine that you are interviewing these characters who are 35-40 years…
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film

Art, Undergraduate
Watch Wanda (Barbara Loden) then read the two attached readings.Please write a short (225-word or so) response to the readings and screenings for this week. This does not need to be a formal essay. Rather, please record your thoughts, reactions, questions, comments, and any disagreements you have with the materials for the week and for the class so far. how the film corresponds to the discussions of the relationship between film and reality (and realism) in the course readings from Bazin, Arnheim, and Dulac; and how its narrative and visual style provide spectators "entry" into its world. These are all suggestionsplease feel free to write about any of them, or none at all.
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Art

Art, High School
Formal AnalysisThe form/structure/organization of an artwork contributes to our understanding of it's overall meaning. First, watch this 10 minute video on formal analysis.  As you watch, consider how the artist conveys meaning through compositional choices.  Without knowing anything about the artist, time period in which it was made, or specific religious/cultural symbolism, we can come to some basic conclusions as to what this work is about. Second, explore Art UK.  Pick an artwork that you find particularly interesting.  Analyze the work.  Consider how its design influences your understanding of meaning.Third, briefly describe the artwork's design, and write a thesis statement.  Remember your thesis needs to pass the "how" and "why" test.  How was it constructed (e.g. the organization of elements through the principles of design), and why was it made…
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Design

Art, High School
Explain the difference between the elements and principles of design.Respond in 100 to 200 words.Support your opinion with evidence.Utilize MLA formatting.Utilize in-text citation and a work cited page when appropriate.Write in objective 3rd person point of view.
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Asian Art

Art, Undergraduate
1) what the author is trying to figure out (his/her question) and what s/he argues/tries to prove;(ask yourself why s/he cares, what about a common way of thinking might propel him/her to take issue with something, which might help you decide what s/he's trying to prove);1a) state briefly into what parts s/he breaks the larger question and why;1b) state how s/he goes about addressing the question (for example, what kinds of sources does s/he use and how does s/he use them);2) why does this piece matter? i.e., what do you see as compelling or not compelling about his/her arguments/approach and why;3) why you personally thought the piece was important:  how did it (or didn't) shape your thinking?i.e. what do you see as the potential implications of his/her approach or his/her…
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Baroque Era Writing Quiz

APA (edition "APA 6"), Art
Overview:This assignment will measure your understanding of key components of the Baroque Era.Instructions:Refer back to the units readings and resources to complete the writing assignment. Answer the four (4) short answer questions listed there based on the requirements and rubric below. Do not refer to wikipedia for your responses. Please submit this assignment through SafeAssign in Blackboard. The questions are below.1. What does "equal temperament" mean?2. Please discuss the differences between an opera, an oratorio, and a cantata. 3. Why is the Baroque Suite considered an "international" music genre?4. Identify the key features of the Late Baroque style (1690 - 1750) in music.Requirements: Be sure to read the assignment instructions and rubric carefully before beginning. Use full sentences and appropriate academic language in all work. Use Microsoft Word to complete…
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Compare/Contrast (Citizen Kane & The Shawshank Redemption)

Art, Undergraduate
Using the film Citizen Kane, class discussion and the 2 (two) Kane articles; formulate a paper using the following criteria:COMPARE & CONTRAST: Citizen Kane with another film on the American Film Institutes 100 years ...100 movies list. (See Attached 100 top movie list.)What you should think about when picking a film:- How does this movie compare to Citizen Kane- How are these movies different? Explain (by researching the other film...magazinearticles, newspaper articles and professional journals)- Why was the other movie picked? Explain. (Special effects, lighting, sequences,themes? Etc...)- Why are both of these movies on the top 100 list?- What made them so similar or different?- Did they win any similar or different awards?- What made these two movies appear on this list?DO NOT SIMPLY ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS ABOVE IN YOUR…
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