This week contains multiple discussion questions that you are required to answer

This week contains multiple discussion questions that you are required to answer.
Trace the evolution and development of art through the periods of the Early Renaissance to the High Renaissance.
Explain what primarily distinguishes Renaissance art in general from the prior Medieval period.
Compare and contrast the work of an Italian Renaissance artist with a work done by a northern European Renaissance artist, considering style, content, and form. INCLUDE images of the artworks.
Include a discussion of the different concerns and heritages of the Italian and Northern Renaissance artists and how these resulted in different characteristics in the artwork of each region. Be sure to use the new art vocabulary you are learning as you describe the artworks.

Directions:Create a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation about an Artist listed wit

Directions:Create a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation about an Artist listed within chapters 3.7 or 3.8 of your required textbook with the inclusion of a Narrative Page, Supporting artwork and a Bibliography.
Narrative Page: Write a 3-paragraph narrative about the artist and information about the art history movement they are associated with in the first slide. Write the narrative in your own words based on what you learned through your researched resources, using at least four sources (1 includes your textbook- see also Resources listed below) about the Artist.
The narrative page will be graded on the following (0 to 25 points):
•Writing substantially supports the main subject.
•Three paragraphs include at least fives sentences each.
•Sentence structure is complete without grammar or spelling errors.
•Writing is in the student’s own voice.
Supporting artworks: Include 15 artworks created by your Artist using books, Internet, journals, or other sources, with one image to each page. Select only good quality images that copy well (internet pictures measuring 900 x 1200 pixels or larger are ideal). Use a black background and include the title, medium (materials used), and date for each artwork in white letters. Slide transitions should be initiated by the click of the mouse.
Do not enlarge small images from the Internet; this results in fuzzy pictures of low quality, and pixilated images. Do not crop or otherwise distort the artwork images as you are graded on the quality of these images.
The Supporting artworks will be graded on the following (0 to 25 points):
•Presentation has excellent visual appeal
•Images are focused and large and they support the main subject
•Titles and dates are provided for all image
Bibliography: List your resources in the final slide of the presentation (bibliography). You should include at least four references using a variety of resources, Internet sites, books, journals, etc., that are from reputable sources such as a College, University and or public non-profit institutions and Museum sources. Someone’s blog site or website references will not be an accurate source, because they will deal with opinion and speculation in lieu of facts. Select high–quality resources that offer further learning opportunities about the subject for the viewer to maintain a consistent approach to your work.
The Resources will be graded on the following (0 to 25 points):
•4 or more references are included; at least one is a the required textbook
•References are of excellent academic quality
•All website links function

Hi, I’m looking for a quite detailed essay about amateur photography in nineteen

Hi, I’m looking for a quite detailed essay about amateur photography in nineteenth century. By saying detailed I mean not a general essay about history of amateur photography but more about essay that is focusing on two to four specific examples and through that examples argue the role of amateur photography in nineteenth century. It would be great if the examples in the essay appeared chronologically, but this is not necessary. More importantly is to go through the key points and persons for amateur photography in nineteenth century. For example, such as Julia Margaret Cameron who was an amateur photographer but in the different sense then a later amateur photographers that risen through invention of Kodak. However, the focus should be on few examples that should be scrupulously studied and draw conclusions from them. In the attachment I have prepared a few of key readings that I think will be useful. Thanks

I‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍n describing the difference in effect, in expressive pictor

I‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍n describing the difference in effect, in expressive pictorial content, of these two paintings, we have used a number of terms to describe the material elements which seemed inseparable from our experience…Towering over all these elements was the way they were put together, the composition, how part related to part and to the whole: composition not as an arbitrary scheme of organization but as a dominant contributor to the expressive content of the painting….Each painting must be regarded as a new experience, and the analysis of its particular formal aspect simply as a means of characterizing its full expressive content. –Joshua C. Taylor, “An Analysis of the Work of Art,” p. 63 This paper assignment is an analytic exercise in which you will use the language of visual analysis (also called formal analysis) to give a full, detailed, and accurate account of the expressive content of a single (1) painting of your choosing in the ArtStor Database Group titled: Delacroix, Liberty Leading the People, 1830 Writing the paper: Choose a painting that interests you and take notes about what you see, paying particular attention to how the artist has constructed the image. Using the terms, techniques and tools of looking and describing from Joshua Taylor’s “An Analysis of the Work of Art” essay write a 4-5 page paper with an introduction and conclusion which explains to the reader the way your painting generates its expressive content as defined by Taylor. Your thesis statement for this paper should identify the work’s expressive content in your opinion–the mood or psychological effect of the painting on the viewer–and list a few of the formal qualities of the painting that you will d‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍iscuss in the body of the essay to support your thesis about the painting’s expressive content. Put this thesis statement in a paragraph on the first page of your essay. Your expressive content thesis should be a few words or a phrase that describes the mood or psychological effect of the painting on the viewer as in Taylor’s analysis of the crucifixion paintings. In the body of your paper, you should not simply describe the way the work of art looks but explain to the reader what the effect is of particular formal aspects of the painting on the viewer to support your thesis. Follow Joshua Taylor’s approach in this assignment and his close attention to a painting’s formal elements to structure your paper. Write the artist, title, date, medium and dimensions in the title of your paper. Titles of works of art are underlined or italicized like titles of books. **You are not attempting to give an historical account of the painting—no research is required, but some of these paintings we will study later in our class. Focus only on the formal aspects of the work of art and do not speculate about historical reasons behind the artist’s choices—follow Taylor’s approach in his essay “An Analysis of the Work of Art.” He doesn’t give any historical context for the artists or paintings discussed, but purely analyzes the effects of their formal attributes. Specifications: Citations: If you are quoting from Taylor’s essay in your paper, then use a footnote or endnote to cite this course in Chicago Style. See the info below (from the syllabus): Bibliography and citation requirements PAINTING: Delacroix, Liberty Leading the People, 1830 ( this is the painting that I ch‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍oose to talk about ) Thank you so much.

This lecture will help define the notion of ideology and using Louis Althusser’s

This lecture will help define the notion of ideology and using Louis Althusser’s text ‘On Ideology’ consider how an ideology operates particularly in relation to our notions of the family and home, and their manifestation within cultural forms. Key terms include: production – state – corporation – labour – commodity – interpellation – home – family – private – expulsion – waste – failure – expulsion – super-ego

Learning Goal: I’m working on a art writing question and need an explanation and

Learning Goal: I’m working on a art writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Question #1Comparing & Contrasting:1. Use 2 separate documentary films. Choose 1 artwork from each film.2. Make sure the 2 artworks are completely different mediums. Some examples: paint, graphite/pencil, charcoal, clay/ceramic, marble, bronze, glass, wood, etc.3. Make sure the 2 artworks are not of the same type, meaning you cannot discuss 2 paintings despite one being acrylic and another oil, or 2 sculptures despite one being bronze and the other marble, etc. The idea is to discuss 2 artworks that obviously seem different at first glance.4. Discuss how the 2 artworks are different both visually and in their mediums/use of materials. 5. Discuss what makes the 2 artworks similar. Do not go to Google for answers to the questions or supporting information. The comparing & contrasting experience is about you telling me your very own thoughts and opinions while considering/discussing your chosen artworks from the documentary films.If any portion of your entry is not yours, meaning you used/referred to other sources, your journal entry will receive a zero.Writing your Submission:Write a short essay that answers the above criteria in no more than 250 words.Be sure to document which films you chose. In addition, you must not forget to provide the titles of each artwork and time stamp them accordingly from the film they appeared in (Riace Bronze at 12:16 in “Beneath the Calabrian Sea”). Sometimes the films can be sketchy with art piece titles, so this is security for backing you up. The purpose of this exercise is to promote critical thinking. Be sure to provide detailed and supportive answers.The best method for entering your essays into canvas is to cut and paste them after they have been through spell checking and translating.Points will be distributed in this manner:Original and relevant content – Displaying you have studied and are knowledgeable of the material by writing your own thoughts and feelings regarding the material’s content. A critical analysis – Exhibiting you have engaged with the material by providing original, insightful observations and thought-provoking commentary.Quality of writing – Clearly and concisely articulates ideas and feelings about the material utilizing good sentence fluency (syntax), spelling, and grammar. College-level writing is required.DO NOT use outside sources to help write your journal entry. Videos that you should watch to answer this assignment :https://youtu.be/rcSBr4ZKmrQhttps://youtu.be/UwHkSSBiiHIhttps://youtu.be/zS-H6gegTTAhttps://youtu.be/TstdKdpORLghttps://youtu.be/pRYYiCsxFfwhttps://youtu.be/RshSaF_juGshttps://youtu.be/k81odhXg2Lwhttps://youtu.be/cHgrqOIXoN8https://youtu.be/OndIFim3w0Ihttps://youtu.be/qkrsM5Pul34https://youtu.be/66lCaIhSTIIggQuestion #2 Before beginning this Art Journal, be sure to view the supplement Web Link That Far Corner – Frank Lloyd Wright in Los Angeles.https://youtu.be/3juSckHif90This documentary focuses on the unsuccessful homes that Frank Lloyd Wright designed while attempting to re-invent himself in Los Angeles in the early 20th century. Time has changed the opinions that once surrounded these homes. In addition, the film digs into some depth regarding what helped to influence the style of these homes. Journal Questions:Describe the cultural and any visual influences that pertain to 2 Los Angeles homes. Describe how these cultural influences and homes relate or remind you of your own personal experiences?This film often refers to the homes as being unfriendly and or the product of someone that was disturbed. Do you share the same views? Explain why or why not.Do not go to Google for answers to the questions or supporting information. The journal experience is about you telling me your very own thoughts and opinions while viewing the documentary film.If any portion of your entry is not yours, meaning you used/referred to other sources, your journal entry will receive a zero.Writing your Essay:Write a short essay that answers the above criteria in no more than 300 words. Quality is better than quantity. Be sure to stay on task. Time stamping and citing and from the film may prove helpful (at 12:16 when such and such is mentioned) when the name of the artwork might be in question or to better support your idea. The purpose of this exercise is to promote critical thinking. Be sure to provide detailed and supportive answers.The best method for entering your essays into canvas is to cut and paste them after they have been through spell checking and translating.Points will be distributed in this manner:Original and relevant content – Displaying you have studied and are knowledgeable of the material by writing your own thoughts and feelings regarding the material’s content. A critical analysis – Exhibiting you have engaged with the material by providing original, insightful observations and thought-provoking commentary.Quality of writing – Cleary and concisely articulates ideas and feelings about the material utilizing good sentence fluency (syntax), spelling, and grammar. College-level writing is required.DO NOT use outside sources to help write your journal entry.
Requirements: Question #1 no more than 250 words. Question #2 no more than 300 words.

I‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍n a concise statement of 500-750 words, describe your artis

I‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍n a concise statement of 500-750 words, describe your artistic practice. You may wish to describe your conceptual or material interests, refer to related pictorial t‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍raditions or theoretical frameworks, explain the nature of artistic inquiries or expressions, etc. (please write something can better relate to design and visual art‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍)

There are 4 quizzes. I have counted a total of 30 questions (adding up all the q

There are 4 quizzes.
I have counted a total of 30 questions (adding up all the questions in each quiz).
Quiz questions will be based on weekly readings and films.
Some of the questions will be short answers and some will be multiple-choice questions.
Two quizzes per week. One will be due Wednesday and the other will be due on Sunday.
**This order is Time-consuming.
This is a Threatre class that is online so you just need to do the readings/films to answer the questions in the two weekly quizzes.
I will slowly be releasing assignments based on the quizzes. I would not want to release them all since I would not want you to get confused.

Essay discussing a contemporary photography exhibit in respect to subject matter

Essay discussing a contemporary photography exhibit in respect to subject matter and content, line, form, color, depth of field, texture, lighting, and context of the images. The exhibit will need to include a minimum of 5 photographic images and be presented as an exhibition in a venue. Please include responses to the following points in your essay. This MUST BE A PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION or a multi-media show that exhibits at least 5 photographs. Reviews of painting, drawing, or any other medium will not be accepted. This is a simple essay written doubly spaced with 500 words or more in a size 12 font. Depending upon your risk tolerance, you may view this exhibition at a gallery/museum in person or you may view an exhibition online. There are so many possibilities online. You can research online exhibitions via these links or find your own:
https://mopa.org/exhibitions/online/ (Links to an external site.)
https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-5-must-see-photography-view-online (Links to an external site.)
https://www.peabody.harvard.edu/all-exhibitions/54 (Links to an external site.)
TOPICS TO EXPLORE:
a. Describe the physical attributes of the exhibition space. Is it a museum gallery room? Commercial gallery space? Installation site?
b. What is the source and quality of light in the exhibit area? What impact does the quality of light have on the viewing experience? (IF VIEWING AN ONLINE EXHIBIT, SIMPLY SAY SO).
c. How many photographs are included in the exhibition?
d. Is this a solo exhibition by one photographic artist or a group exhibition of numerous photographers? What is the name of the exhibiting artist?
e. What is the title of the exhibition?
f. How are the photographs mounted or installed in the exhibit? Mounted on the wall? Installed in the exhibit area in an alternative manner?
g. Discuss the subject matter/theme of the photographic exhibition.
h. How has the photographer visualized the theme through the photographs on display?
i. Select one photograph from the exhibit to discuss in respect to line, form, Depth of Field, texture, lighting and context – YOU DON’T NEED TO COMMENT ON ALL IMAGES FOR ANALYSIS – JUST ONE!
j. Include a digital image of the photograph you discuss
k. What did you think of the exhibition?
500 words or more required. 100 points possible