4 horsemen of apocalypse during the renaissance

Based on your own independent research, you will put together a bibliography of at least
five academic sources (ie. journal articles, book chapters, books, essays from an exhibition
catalogue), and annotate them. You are working toward writing your conference paper and
research paper so your annotated bibliography will focus on the topic that you choose for
these assignments. To ‘annotate’ means to provide a short summary of the text. After
finding your academic source, you will carefully read it, write out the citation using the
Chicago Manual of Style format, and then write your annotation. Your annotations should
be clearly written, concise, summarize the main points of the text, and clearly outline the
author’s argument. Please follow the Chicago Manual of Style for your citations

Dwellings characteristics that enhance/aggravate the thermal experience

the details in the doc, however the field of the study is sustainable architecture so it should be relevant. please consider every point. The area of subject is Saudi Arabia or the GCC ( gulf cooperation council countries )
so the research name will be something like ( Dwellings characteristics that enhance/aggravate the thermal experience in Saudi Arabia or the GCC )

Kutubiyya Mosque, Marrakesh, Morocco

Assignment 1 focuses on Kutubiyya Mosque, Marrakesh, Morocco
For this assignment, you will produce two separate boards, each measuring 11 X 17. using powerpoint
1-One board will be devoted to the description of your building, 2- second board will be devoted to the spatial analysis of your building. (THERE IS A HUGE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DESCRIPTION AND ANALYSIS SO PLEASE PAY ATTENTION TO THIS POINT)
3- last one, Make a list of all the sources you consult for the text and organize them in a Bibliography using the Chicago Manual of Style guidelines. The Bibliography should not be included in the board, but rather listed separately in (8.5 X 11) word document sheet.
I have attached the pdf assignment sheet to see the full instructions in detail. please follow the instructions very very carefully and apply every single detail listed by the professor in the 11×17″ 2 boards.
Also, to make it easier for you I have attached example boards in another pdf file to see how the assignment must look like and how to organize it, also to see how the student did the description part and the analysis part. you can follow the same format in the example boards.
please pay attention to the details

History of photography- Anna Atkins (1799-1871): Poppy, 1852, cyanotype photogram

Answer this in essay format:
Write about the artist, Anna Atkins (1799-1871): Poppy, 1852, cyanotype photogram (make sure to write about the artists and the image listed)
Write an essay discussing this artist’s significant achievements, photographic processes and camera technology, style and themes and the interpretations based on historical context for his/her work. Make sure to include any photographic inventions as well.
REFER TO THE IMAGE LISTED PLEASE! (While you may refer to other images the artist produced, for minimum credit you MUST mention the image listed!)
200-300 word minimum please, can be longer. For a more complete essay, up to 750 words.
Instructions:
Use information taken ONLY from these sources:
The PDF lectures for the unit Lecture Chapter 1 and Lecture Chapter 2
The material in your textbook
(Pdf provided) https://www.getty.edu/art/collection/person/103KDM
If you use outside sources, these MUST BE credible museum or art sources like The Getty Museum or SmartHistory. Do not use sites which share other student papers or other non-credible sources. If you do, you will receive a grade of zero points.
If you use credible outside sources, please use quotation marks and include an MLA citation on a Works Cited List at the bottom of your essay. Otherwise, you will receive a grade of zero points.
Summarize the material from the PDF lecture or the textbook in your own words instead of copying and pasting it directly into your essay.
If you use summarized material from the chapter PDF lectures, your textbook or the optional resources, then you DO NOT need to cite your sources!!
If you use material from ANY other source including Internet sources, then you must use quotation marks and include a CORRECT MLA 9 citation for the credible museum or art source in a WORKS CITED list at the bottom of your essay!! I will call these credible OUTSIDE SOURCES.
All other outside sources, like copying from a student paper you found on the Internet or student paper sharing websites are non-credible sources!
I will be using TURNITIN to assess whether you have used any credible or non-credible OUTSIDE SOURCES in your essay without using quotation marks and a citation.
Artist Significant Achievements include:
An artist’s significant achievements can be defined as information about the different series of photographs that they completed in their lifetime.
It might include books they published or significant exhibitions they were included in, people they knew or places or subjects they photographed.
It can also include inventions they made, photographic practices they were well known for, groups they were part of and things (good and bad) that happened to them that shaped their career as an artist.
Make sure your essay:
Is responsive to the question, clearly demonstrating that you have read and understood the material provided in the PDF lectures for each chapter.
Uses explanation and specific detail to support and clarify your claims
Uses standard grammar, punctuation, spelling and English usage
Draws on the PDF lecture for the unit, the material in your textbook and any source found on the Optional Resources for Module 1.
Summarizes the material from the PDF lecture or the textbook in your own words instead of copying and pasting it directly into your essay.
What SLOs does this assignment support?
Identify and describe works of art in different media, concepts, and methodologies of the nineteenth and twentieth-centuries using art-historical terminology
Apply art historical methods and critical thinking skills to interpret and communicate ideas relevant to nineteenth and twentieth-century art
Analyze works of art within their diverse cultural and aesthetic contexts, including political, visual and material culture
Explain through an analysis of the elements of art and principles of design as well as reference to historical context how artists historically solved visual problems
Create a body of individual written work suitable for a liberal arts degree for the local, national and global marketplace

The Time and Motion of Jackson Pollock

The Time and Motion of Jackson Pollock
Jackson Pollock’s paintings were described by Pollock himself as “energy and motion/made visible.” In a300 word essay, compare and contrast Pollock’s work with another work of your choice—visually, physically, or in media used.

art

Chapter 3 was all about what makes up an actual piece of art, from paint to wood. For this assignment, I want you to make a piece of art from unconventional materials. This can be coffee used as water color, coffee grinds, trash, office supplies-literally anything! Your subject matter can be anything as well. A landscape, still life or self portrait, for example. Compositions do not have to be overly complicated or detailed.
Take a look at this Buzzfeed article https://www.buzzfeed.com/stoli/10-amazing-examples-of-art-made-with-unconventional-material for inspiration! Here is another article to give you some ideas too. https://www.hongkiat.com/blog/unconventional-art/
The actual product you will turn in will consist of three pictures:
1) the raw materials
2) one photo of your process (a during photo)
3) the final product.
Answer the following questions in a brief written portion:
-What materials did you choose and why?
-What is your composition of? Why did you choose this subject matter?
-How did you feel when creating your work of art? Did you encounter any challenges you weren’t expecting? Was it easier than you thought?
You may choose to turn this in as either a word document or a presentation. I don’t care which one, as long as I can get it to work on my computer.
Google has free products that will serve for both of these types of situations-log into your Gmail account and hit the Google apps button in the upper right-hand side. (it looks like a bunch of dots) Then select Google Drive-then hit ‘new’ then choose a Google doc or Google slides.

The principles of design, Printmaking processes, and Sculpture and Architecture in your community.

These are Journals and don’t have to be any more than a paragraph long just must answer questions.
Journal 1 principles of design: For this journal entry, you will evaluate the discussion in the readings of the Artistic Principles (Principles of Design) used to create works of art. This information was covered in the assigned readings from Module 2.
Explain how these principles work together in a work of art to engage a viewer in a work of art.
In your opinion, which principle(s) have the most impact on the viewer and WHY?
Select a work of art that demonstrates your chosen principle(s), and explain why you feel it is effective in its presentation of the principle(s).
INSTRUCTIONS FOR RESPONSE:
Use at least three works of art to illustrate your response. Remember to make sure that your choices are appropriate for what you are being asked to do. The works should be FULLY IDENTIFIED, which means the title of the work, the artist who created it, and the date it was created are included with the work of art. In order to receive full credit, the images of the works must be EMBEDDED IN (not attached to) your journal post, and the works must be fully identified.
Link to textbook:https://courses.lumenlearning.com/masteryart1/chapter/oer-1-8/
Journal 2 Printmaking processes: JOURNAL PROMPT:
Identify four different types of printmaking processes discussed in the readings, and explain how these processes work. Use a specific works of art to illustrate your discussion of each type of printmaking.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR RESPONSE:
Use at least three works of art to illustrate your response. Remember to make sure that your choices are appropriate for what you are being asked to do. The works should be FULLY IDENTIFIED, which means the title of the work, the artist who created it, and the date it was created are included with the work of art. In order to receive full credit, the images of the works must be EMBEDDED IN (not attached to) your journal post, and the works must be fully identified.
Link to textbook:https://courses.lumenlearning.com/masteryart1/chapter/oer-1-22/

Introduction to printmaking


Journal 3 Sculpture and Architecture in your community: JOURNAL PROMPT:
Both architecture and sculpture play an important role in shaping public spaces and community identities. Fully identify a favorite architectural structure or public sculpture in your community and provide a fully-identified image of the site or work.
Why is this building or sculpture a particular favorite of yours?
What meaning does it communicate for the community?
How would the community change if the building or sculpture was changed or destroyed/ removed?
You are required to use images to support your discussion- please make sure that they are EMBEDDED in the response, NOT ATTACHED to it!
INSTRUCTIONS FOR RESPONSE:
Use at least one image to illustrate your response. Remember to make sure that your choices are appropriate for what you are being asked to do. The works should be FULLY IDENTIFIED, which means the title of the work, the artist who created it, and the date it was created are included with the work of art. In order to receive full credit, the images of the works must be EMBEDDED IN (not attached to) your journal post, and the works must be fully identified.
Link to textbooK:
https://learn.vccs.edu/courses/487140/files/128557898/download?download_frd=1
For the last journal I am located in Virginia Beach,VA or you could use Norfolk,VA

Watch: Lascaux: The Prehistory of Art (link in the Instruction) and follow the instruction below:

Watch: Lascaux: The Prehistory of Art
https://digital-films-com.ezproxy.occlib.nocccd.edu/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=31225&tScript=0 (Links to an external site.)
One of the world’s most fascinating museums is by far one of the oldest. But can the paintings there really be called art? This program goes inside the Lascaux cave complex to examine the richest and most beautiful collection of Paleolithic cave drawings in France. Who were the artisans who rendered those arresting images, and how exactly did they do it? Different theories are presented as the cameras capture a site that never ceases to amaze and intrigue. (61 minutes)
500 word response to the following questions:
1. Give an example from the film of archaeological theories of the cave activities (who were they, what were the artists were doing, and why they were doing it)
2. How do the cave spaces and cave art relate to contemporary life? Do we have similar spaces, expressions and practices?

Watch: Lascaux: The Prehistory of Art (link in the Instruction) and follow the instruction below:

Watch: Lascaux: The Prehistory of Art
https://digital-films-com.ezproxy.occlib.nocccd.edu/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=31225&tScript=0 (Links to an external site.)
One of the world’s most fascinating museums is by far one of the oldest. But can the paintings there really be called art? This program goes inside the Lascaux cave complex to examine the richest and most beautiful collection of Paleolithic cave drawings in France. Who were the artisans who rendered those arresting images, and how exactly did they do it? Different theories are presented as the cameras capture a site that never ceases to amaze and intrigue. (61 minutes)
500 word response to the following questions:
1. Give an example from the film of archaeological theories of the cave activities (who were they, what were the artists were doing, and why they were doing it)
2. How do the cave spaces and cave art relate to contemporary life? Do we have similar spaces, expressions and practices?