Art

http://bluewhalemusic.com/calendar/ Please pick any of jazz perfomance from the calander link provided and write a summary report single spaced. Make sure its an event that already took place.

 

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Art

Discuss the idea of monumentality as expressed on or by the Iowa State University campus. You may discuss the campus as a whole, or you may focus on a particular structure/landscape/artwork/area within the campus. Consider what monumentality means, how it is perceived, and toward what ends it is used. Think broadly and be creative in your response.

 

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Music

In what respects (artistic, economic, philosophical, political, etc.) did the Congress of Vienna represent a conflict of interests for Beethoven?read the  book copies (from “Lockwood, Lewis. Beethoven: The music and the life (New York: W.W. Norton, 2003)”)

 

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MUSIC

Discuss the relationship between film score and narrative (story).How do some of the functions of film scoring, which we learned early in the course, serve to support narrative?Choose 3 film examples (either from class demo or your own choice) to support your argument.Your three film choices should be connected in some way, so that your paper is a cohesive analysis of the music in all 3 films.

• For example:

• all horror genre (different composers)

• all by the same composer

• a film trilogy (Lord Of The Rings, Back To The Future)This is a RESEARCH TERM PAPER. Write your own ideas, but find articles, books, etc. which support your argument, and cite your sources. You must use citations to document your research sources. Use MLA style citations.Plagiarism will not be tolerated.Length: 6 – 8 pages, double spaced, typed, 12 pt. font Counts for 20% of your overall class grade.MLA style citations require two steps:Cite your sources in the text.A “Works cited list” at the end of your paper.Basic Format. Lastname, Firstname. Title of Book. Place of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication. Medium of Publication.One author example:

• Nabokov, Vladimir. Lolita. New York: Putnam, 1955. Print.Write your paper as if it is being read by someone who has not taken this course. Educate them on the history of film score and the important points. Include a brief description of the relevant plot points to help understand how the music helps to tell the story.

 

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Drama

Short answers—two or three sentences—only to the following:What are the tragic flaws or hamartia that Oedipus displays in the beginning of the play?What action(s) demonstrate his hubris or excessive pride?Where in the play does Oedipus gain “essential knowledge that was previously lacking” (anagnorisis)? Describe the scene and cite the specific lines for that scene.Reflecting upon his tragic flaw and excessive pride, what else in addition to knowledge of his parentage, has Oedipus learned by the end of the play?

Section II. (100 points) Anagnorisis in Hamlet:Identify the moment where Hamlet experiences anagnorisis.Hint: pay attention to where Aristotle places anagnorisis in the structure of tragedy.Write a short paragraph in which you describe where this moment occurs, citing specific lines. Be sure to specify what knowledge Hamlet gains.

Section III. (200 points) Khodr’s The House/The Question: We have read excerpts from Avery Gordon’s formulation of “complex personhood” and of the ghost as a marginalized, social figure. How might that analysis apply to Arze Khodr’s The House?

Write an essay of 2-3 pages in response.

(The excerpt from Gordon’s Ghostly Matters was distributed in class. I have posted a few extra copies on my office door if you no longer have a copy.)

Below please find the rubric I will use for grading this section. Though these elements will appear in a strong paper, they are NOT listed below in the order in which they will necessarily appear in your essay.

Rubric

• Identification of key terms;
o Definition from the excerpt—partial quote?
o AND definition rephrased in your own words;
• Application of definitions to a particular scene in the play;
o Rationale for choice of scene?
• Use of secondary sources?
• Crafting of a (strong) thesis statement;
• Use of topic sentences;
• Support of claims by specific reference to the text;
• Proper punctuation, grammar, and spelling;
• Proper citation of sources
o In text
o In “Works Cited”

 

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Art

2 drawings with colored pencils based on student photograph of a landscape.Instructions:
Make one photograph of a landscape scene (a print of this should be included in the final
submission). The photograph will serve as inspiration for two drawings. One drawing will
employ the techniques for creating one-point linear perspective. One drawing will employ
the techniques for creating atmospheric perspective.* As you know sometimes techniques
for creating depth in atmospheric perspective appear in paintings emphasizing linear
perspective. However, linear perspective must include one point on a horizon line and
invisible orthogonals below and above the horizon line to show the objects ’ recession into
space.Write one paragraph that lists and describes how you applied the techniques in your artwork.

Project must include:
( 2 pts .) S taple together the typed paragraph, the pages of artwork, and the printed
photograph
( 1 pts .) Include name, date, course number
( 2 pt.) T ype a 12 point, double spaced, proofread paragraph
( 10 pts. ) Demonstrate technical proficiency using all techniques for creating linear
perspective

( 10 pts. ) Demonstrate technical proficiency using all techniques for creating atmospheric
perspect ive

( 10 pts. ) Provide neat drawings and presentation

Resources:
See http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=MpCwVHXvyQk
See http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayjbpopn5EI

* Techniques for creating Atmospheric Perspective:
• darker values occupy foreground space, lighter values occupy background space,
• larger shapes occupy foregrou nd, smaller shapes recede into space,
• a bluish haze blankets the backgr ound especially at th e horizon,
• overlapping shapes indicate recession into space.

 

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Counting Stars

Analyze this song, “Counting Stars,” by One Republic, by establishing connections between the song’s lyrics and relevant sociological concepts, terms, or theories. You will need to cite your sources. Specifically, analyze how and why the lyrics directly illustrate the sociological concepts, terms, or theories. In the paper, define and explain the illustrated sociological concepts because that will help you correctly apply them. also, include brief supporting quotes from the lyrics to support your assertions. How well you establish the connection between the song and the concept is what the instructor is wanting.

 

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Art

http://bluewhalemusic.com/calendar/ Please pick any of jazz perfomance from the calander link provided and write a summary report single spaced. Make sure its an event that already took place.

 

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Music

Discuss the ways in which the development of the music of a selected composer-(Benjamin Britten) embodies broader changes in compositional practice through the second half of the twentieth century.

 

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Relational design

Consider the following relational design of a Car Rental Service (the primary key of the relations have been underlined.Car (car_id, brand, rate, color, year)Driver (driver_id, driver_name, address, city, phone)Rental (rental_id, car_id, driver_id, rentaldate, rentedhours)

The relation Car stores the id of the car, brand of the car, per hour rate of the car and the color/year of the car. The relation Driver stores the id, name and address information of each driver registered with the Car rental service. The relation Rental stores the information when a driver rents a car. It stores the id of the car, id of the driver, the date when car is rented and the number of hours the car is rented.

Assume that there are 1,000 different cars, 1,000 drivers, and 1,000 rental records. The maximum rate is 1000 dollars and the minimum rent is 100 dollars.Create three new tables in your MySQL database for this scenario.https://internalservices.fit.edu/itresources/ (Links to an external site.)Populate them with junk data from https://www.mockaroo.com/ (Links to an external site.)Note: To limit the range of numbers, use a number data type and select a range. For primary keys, always use the row number type. For primary keys that are also a foreign key, use the number type within the set range (Rental will need this).

 

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Living with Art

look into the artist below, and to specifically reference some of them and (or) their work in the paper.
1: The Barnstormers
2: Curiot
3: Banksy
4: Boronodo
5: You Are Beautiful
6: Shepard Fairey
7: Isaac Cordal
After reviewing the information on the above artist, what do you think the real social value of street art is. The writer needs to write a paragraph per question below.
Do you think it serves a real purpose? (i.e. is there something street art can do that other forms of expression.)How does it relate to art movements we’ve seen previously? Be specific to the movements, artist, and artwork.Fifty years from now, how do you think people will look back on street art being created to day? Positively or Negatively, and why?
Do you have any concerns with street art becoming popular through the world as it has? Do you think it’s doing damage to todays society?

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American Art Project

It is important to remember, represent, and honor a collective past, but it is equally important to understand a deeper significance to visual records. In this assignment, you will examine works of art available through the website of the Architect of the Capitol. The purpose of this assignment is to emphasize how art can be used to portray historical events and convey a message when viewed in the context of the age in which it was created.

This assignment consists of 2 parts. In Part 1, you will view the historical paintings that surround the interior space of the Capitol Rotunda and read a short description and history of the artwork. In Part 2, you will view sculptures of some famous Americans who have been enshrined by their state in Statuary Hall. Read through all of the instructions for both parts before you begin. You will submit both completed parts to Blackboard in a single Microsoft Word or PowerPoint (if you do a PowerPoint, it must be submitted as a pdf) document.

 

Preparation: (as referenced in the pre-assignment)

Before beginning this part of the assignment, it is necessary to define what is meant by message and context of a work of art. The message of art is more than just the subject matter of the painting or sculpture. Some works of art may portray one image, but when examined closely, it conveys a deeper meaning reflective of the period in which it was created. Click on the following link, and look at the artwork presented, then read the description of the figures presented there. As you review the information, think about the following questions: Why would Classical and Renaissance images and themes appear in this type of space? What message was the artist trying to send?

http://www.aoc.gov/capitol-hill/murals/apotheosis-washington

Next, take a look at this resource on The Apotheosis of Washington.

(http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/GPO-CDOC-103sdoc27/pdf/GPO-CDOC-103sdoc27-10-9.pdf)

Concentrate primarily on the text from the 2nd column of p. 127 to the end. It gives several clues as to why Brumidi created the image in the way he did, including the events of the Civil War and the beginning of Reconstruction. This is what is meant by context, the events and attitudes surrounding an event.

 

Both message and context are important when viewing public art. They help us appreciate more than just the history the artwork represents. When we understand these concepts, we can view our collective past on a deeper level.

Keep this information in mind as you complete this project. The events surrounding the creation and placement of public art say quite a bit about the art itself. Spend spend some time thinking about this aspect of the assigned paintings as you complete Part I. Look for connections between events and images. You do not need to describe the event the artwork depicts but the period of American history in which it was created. Use your textbook to place the images in their correct context.

Part 1

http://aoc.gov/paintings-0

Click the above link to open the page for the Capitol’s Historic Rotunda Paintings. Click on the individual images for each of the 8 paintings to see them in more detail, view basic information on the piece, and read the short article provided. Once you have viewed all 8 of the images and read each description, you will choose 4 to create your presentation that answers a series of questions for each image. You must include the image, its title, and the artist as a header to each section, followed by 1 paragraph of 200–300 words for each image that addresses the following:

Presentation Questions Part I

  1. What is the artist trying to portray with the image? What feelings is he trying to evoke?
  2. When was the image commissioned and hung? What events were occurring in America that could have shaped the composition of the painting? Is there a message in the image shaped by those events?
  3. Is the artist successful in communicating his message in the work? Is there a clear connection between the artwork’s content and its context?

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Tool Sets

Write a 1000 to 1250 word proposal for the appropriate tools to use in designing, building and implementing a specific portion of an enterprise information systems architecture for a given business process (NOTE: description of process to be provided by the professor), (Note Process is e-commerce) including the appropriate architectural model(s), design, development and implementation methodologies, as well as artifact building tools)

 

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Art discussion

This is a discusion and its based of the book Adams, Laurie Schneider (2011). Art Across Time, Volume I. 4th Edition topic is Art of Ancient Egypt.Fourteenth-Century Art in Europe (chapter 12)How did the artists and architects of Florence and Siena differ in their concepts and products? How were they the same? What was the relationship between the two city-states? Give examples. Minimum 300 words required to receive full credit.

 

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Music

For the class, a comparative paper of two piece of music. However, the title of the second piece is Adagio by Samuel Barber. You are to compare the Adagio to the Unanswered Question by Charles Ives (which is on your CD set). Feel free to listen to both pieces more than once (so that you are familiar to both pieces).
Barber�s Adagio for Strings and Charles Ives�s Unanswered Question.
The paper is to be:At least five (5) complete and no more than seven (7) complete pages of text in length. Copies of music and pictures do not count as part of the paper.In APA style (with one inch margins on all four sides). This means that you must to cite your sources within the paper and on the Resource page. Not citing your sources within the paper will cause your paper to not be accepted for any points.12 point Times Roman font, with double spacing.

You will also need to include a title page and bibliography page. Your paper needs to have at least three sources (do not use your textbook as a source).
In the paper I want you to discuss the following items:How is the Adagio similar to the Beethoven movement, and why?How does the Adagio differs from Beethoven movement, and why?When you listen to each piece, what does each piece remind you of?Which one these pieces did you enjoy more than the other? And why?Use much of the terminology that you have studied throughout this course. You should use books other than your textbook as your sources.
Things you can do:Using information from recordings, music history books, and reliable Internet sources are allowed.Information from music journals (not magazines).Information from concert programs, biographies, and encyclopedias. However, be aware of autobiographies. They may not be your greatest source.
Things you should not do:Forget to cite your sources within your paper.Use Wikipedia. A big �no-no� in college.Use your textbook as a source for your paper.
Things to remember to do:Cite your sources within the paper, and in the bibliography (resource) page.Check to see if all margins are one (1) inch on all four sides.Are the pages numbered?Is the paper in APA style? And in 12 times roman font? double spacing?

 

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Art, Risk, and Resilience

Researchers have begun to understand that the arts, broadly defined, can serve as a protective factor against a wide range of risks. In fact, the arts are commonly used in treatment settings for at-risk youth (e.g., Rapp-Paglicci, Stewart, & Rowe, 2011). In the public realm, JK Rowling, recently used her Harry Potter characters and wizarding world to help comfort a grieving adolescent (see: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/harry-potter/11015674/J-K-Rowling-sends-Dumbledore-letter-to-Texas-shooting-survivor-Cassidy-Stay.html).
In this assignment, we will be exploring the ways that the arts (literature, music, painting, theater, photography, dance, sculpture, etc.) influence risk and resilience processes.

To begin, read over the following article:
Yohani, S. C. (2008). Creating an ecology of hope: Arts-based interventions with refugee
children. Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal, 25(4), 309-323.
Next, think back over the major messages about the importance of the arts from your GE Area C1/C2 and/or SJSU Studies Area V classes
Specifically for Area C2: Recognize how significant works illuminate enduring human concerns and how these works may influence risk and resilience processes.
Specifically for Area V: Describe how ideas, values, images, cultural artifacts, economic structures, technological developments, and/or attitudes of people from more than one culture may influence risk and resilience processes.
Thus, in this approximately one page (about 250 to 300 words) essay, you will reflect on the ways that different aspects of the arts can potentially decrease risk, promote protective factors, and facilitate resilience. You may choose to discuss your own experience with the arts in this context, the experience with the arts in this context of someone you know (use a fake name), make up profiles, or discuss these ideas in the abstract. However you choose to approach the assignment, the goal is to explore the possible ways and reason why the arts have the potential to decrease risk, increase protective factors, and promote/facilitate resilience at the individual and community levels.
Your essay will be assessed on: The quality of the writing, the quality of the ideas and explanation, understanding of arts as a protective factor, and the degree to which the arts are effectively linked to risk and resilience.

 

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Concurrent MM Designs

Below you will find brief purpose statements from CD #1. Your task for each is to describe how you would design a study to address the given purpose using a concurrent MM design. Include in your description the research questions and data collection process. You do NOT need to discuss data analysis or inferences. YOU MUST USE A DIFFERENT DESIGN FOR EACH QUESTION.Sarah would like to explore traditional students’ experiences transitioning to college.Sam is interested in exploring the meaning undergraduate students place on the term “leadership”.Derek is interested in exploring the quality of life for undergraduate LGBT students.

 

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Living with Art

look into the artist below, and to specifically reference some of them and (or) their work in the paper.
1: The Barnstormers
2: Curiot
3: Banksy
4: Boronodo
5: You Are Beautiful
6: Shepard Fairey
7: Isaac Cordal
After reviewing the information on the above artist, what do you think the real social value of street art is. The writer needs to write a paragraph per question below.
1: Do you think it serves a real purpose? (i.e. is there something street art can do that other forms of expression.)
2: How does it relate to art movements we’ve seen previously? Be specific to the movements, artist, and artwork.
3: Fifty years from now, how do you think people will look back on street art being created to day? Positively or Negatively, and why?
4: Do you have any concerns with street art becoming popular through the world as it has? Do you think it’s doing damage to todays society?

 

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Art

choose two pictures of Art from any of these three galleries 1- Craft Alliance: http://www.craftalliance.org 2- Duane Reed: http://www.duanereedgallery.com 3- The Reese Gallery: http://www.thereesegallery.com and write two pages Compare and contrast essay about them.

 

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Artworks

Identify and describe each one.Connect each one to different main ideas in June 9 readings.Discuss what makes each one Expressionist and why that is desirable (or not).
Length: 2 pages.
http://www.essayfirm.com/blog/wp-admin/post.php?post=86747&action=edit

 

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Propose and Justify a Research Method and Design

Develop an envisioned methodology and design for your dissertation research topic based on the research problem, purpose, and previous research, and then write a research paper to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the envisioned method and design. In the paper, justify why the chosen method and design would be most appropriate for the research questions in the attached document (attachment 1). In justifying the chosen method and design, discuss why alternative methods/designs would be less desirable for the study. Please corroborate your assertions with scholarly research.

Support the paper with a minimum of 7 resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including older articles, may be included.

Length: 12-15 pages not including title and reference pages.

The paper should demonstrate new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. The response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards

Learning Outcomes:

Argue the criteria for selection of a research method.
Evaluate the differences between facts and theory, as well as concepts and variables.
Examine the use of a theoretical perspective in the design process.
Evaluate the concepts of construct validity and measurement reliability.
Justify quantitative research designs when appropriate.
Justify qualitative research designs when appropriate
Anticipate ethics requirements when conducting research with human subjects
Compare and contrast the three types of research methodologies
Distinguish among non-experimental, quasi-experimental, and experimental research designs.
Assess the relative strengths and weaknesses of each research methodology.

 

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Art discussion

This is a discussion and its based of the book Adams, Laurie Schneider (2011). Art Across Time, Volume I. 4th Edition topic is Art of Ancient Egypt.Fourteenth-Century Art in Europe (chapter 12).How did the artists and architects of Florence and Siena differ in their concepts and products? How were they the same? What was the relationship between the two city-states? Give examples. Minimum 300 words required to receive full credit.

 

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Art

The essay is basically to discuss a quote from GIL ALKABETZ ” why should it be in animation” from animation 2D and beyond by Jayne Pilling and comparer it with the animation short clip :” The monk and the Fish ” you can find it in youtube .you have to discuss what it means and what you think

 

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Storyboard

Assignment , where i need to draw a Storyboard Includes images of (Art clip) and includes the bottom of each picture what will be said when they arise, we must attract and mothers but it must be distinctive for children too.info about the product :

healthy cereal for kids
natural colours
yellow, red or blue or chocolate or staffed with chocolate
-no artificial ingredients
0% natural
more than 20% USBDA
age (5-15yrs)

it can be 12 pic minimum and we can say that the product is organic  we can name the product anything we want but something that will attract kids and i need a script

 

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