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2.What role does love play in A Letter From an Unknown Woman and one of the other short stories by Zweig?  To what ends?  Possible angles to consider would be the pain of lost love, young/naive love, the power of first love, the nature of devotion, lust vs. love, the links between love and cruelty, etc.

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book 
Davis, Meredith. Graphic Design Theory. Thames and Hudson, 2012. ISBN: 9780500289808

chapter 2 The Nature of Representation 
After finishing the assigned homework reading, consider the following questions. 
Respond to this assignment using the text box provided (click Submit) to answer the following:

What is one thing that you learned in reading this chapter?
Identify and explain the one concept that made the most impact on you.
How is this relevant to your work as a designer?
Where do you imagine this could benefit you in the future?
How could this influence your design process as you develop your strengths and improve on your weaknesses?
How will you apply this to your project in this class or other classes?
Give a specific example and explain your plan to revise your approach to implement a new idea from the reading.
What questions do you have about the reading? How can the class/your professor help?
What are you confused about/struggling with?
What kind of support do you need?

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an analysis of some aspect of Russian/Soviet-post-soviet film (can be on the list or off the list): narrative, formal and technical aspects, character, plot, ideological content, etc. no research required other than finding films off the list required.

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Write a five-page research paper on one of the composters presented. Choose any work of that composer from any genre. This paper must include: biographical information, the work as it relates to its historical context, a brief analysis, a perspective of why you chose the work, and references notes.

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I'd like you to complete a 4-6 page essay about Samuel Beckett's play Endgame (1957). In your essay, please address the following:

-What makes Endgame an absurdist play? What elements of Theatre of the Absurd, categorized by Martin Esslin, are present in the text? Please discuss how the characters, plot, use of language, and dramatic structure exemplify absurdist theatre.
-How does the absurdism in Endgame differ from Waiting for Godot?  Give at least three examples.
-How does absurdism in this play differ from The Maids and The Birthday Party? Be specific about how Beckett's unique use of this dramatic style is differentiated from Genet and Pinter's interpretations.

(This essay needs to be original and SPARK NOTES CANNOT BE USED) The play needs to be read to get a better sense of what to write. Additional research needs to be cited in MLA format. 
ALL the points listed in the topic need to be answered and included in essay form 

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"IS FASHION ART?" 

My actual topic is : " Does the art institutions consecrate fashion items to make them art ? "

Please find below my detailed Plan:        

My 3rd Chapter is the link with the collection I've designed. All my inspirations have been based on Cabaret/ Freak Show/ Weimar Culture. (This chapter is less important than the 2 others.  ) -> find enclosed my collection proposal to hzve an Idea 

You can find attached my Dissertation proposal + Reading list
                                      ________________________________

I. Theoretical issues 

A) What is Art since its creation ?
    Art = Aesthetics (either beauty / Ugliness) 
  
1) Theorist 
    a) R. williams "Historical introduction"
    b) R.W Hepburn "theories of art 1999"
        -Art as representation (imitation / display)
        - Art as expression  ( Feelings / Emotions) 

  2) Institutional theorie question 
    a) Bourdieu - Institutions legitimates things to make them art 
                        - Canon theorie
    c) Greenberg - Institutions art theories 

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Transition : S.B Kim " is fashion art" 
                    - the most important in fashion is aesthetics (idem for art) 
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B) Is Fashion Art? 
  
  a) S.B Kim " Is fashion art?" 
      - Fashion = art in a post modern world 

  b) A. Geczy & V.Karaminas "Fashion and Art"
      
  c) A. Geczy & V.Karaminas "Fashion and Art" : (V. Steele " Fashion")
      - "Haute Couture"

  d) L. Ingrid "When is Fashion Art" 
      When clothes become fashion

II. Case Study 

A) Musee Bourdelle, Paris 
    - Fashion Exhibitions in an Art Space

B) Mondrian Collection, Yves Saint Laurent 
  - Art in Fashion Space

III. Relation to my collection 

A) Description of my collection 
    - CABARET / FREAK SHOW
    - Blurring boundaries
    - Gender Question 

  B) Link : A. Geczy & V.Karaminas "Fashion and Art" 
              -Fashion Frivolus // Art High culture 


CONCLUSION 

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Has the commodification of rap limited it's impact as a vehicle for global social change and resistance?  Why or Why not? 

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Is it possible for hip hop/rap to ‘fully develop’ in a social/political climate where discussion of race is considered taboo such as in Cuba or Brazil? Use the Osumare text to support your answer.

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Create a dialogue between two artists discussing their work(s) with an interviewer asking questions in front of an audience at an art gallery (much like a panel discussion format). Have Gris or Picasso dialogue with Matisse, Cezanne Gauguin, or van Gogh. Each one should explain his work(s), influences, philosophy, style, themes, and meaning, highlighting the reason for the work(s)’ importance to and impact on the world of art. 
Use the style of dialogue used in a play. For example:
Interviewer: Senor Picasso and Monsieur Matisse, which work do you consider your most significant accomplishment and why do you think so? 
Picasso: (Confidently) I have so many that are significant, but one that I think is truly a work of genius and innovation is [insert the Title of the Artwork]. This work shows the innovation the art world refers to as Cubism. I was the founder of that movement and perfected the style. No other artist has had that type of influence in the world of art.
Matisse: (Somewhat insulted). If I may be so bold, Senor Picasso, but I think my work has had a greater influence. My [insert the Title of the Artwork] has had a lasting impression, if you excuse the term, on thousands of artists. For example, …

Write a two to three (2-3) page paper in which you:
1.    Create dialogue for selected artist #1 that reflects his influences, philosophy, style, themes, and meaning of his work(s).
2.    Create dialogue for selected artist #2 that reflected his influences, philosophy, style, themes, and meaning of his work(s).
3.    Create dialogue for selected artist #1 that highlights the reason for work(s)’s importance and impact on the world of art.
4.    Create dialogue for selected artist #2 that highlights the reason for work(s)’s importance and impact on the world of art.
5.    Create appropriate interview questions that facilitate the dialogue and highlighted the comparison between the two (2) artists. 
6.    Include three (3) references that help support the artists’ comments. (The text may be used as one (1) reference.)  

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The proposed project will involve an investigation into the relationship between photographic practices and the body in the digital age. Photography has undergone a major shift since the emergence of digital technologies. The mobile phone camera in particular has ‘democratized’ access to photography, transforming it into a widely used form of communication practiced across the globe. In parallel to this shift, the platforms on which photographs are shared have grown exponentially: Instagram is now one of the most popular social media sites today. These shifts have had a profound impact on the way that female, male and non-binary bodies are presented, defined, critiqued and disseminated online.

The ubiquity of the camera combined with the profound role of social media on everyday life has had a wide-spread impact on the way that we see, understand and relate to the body. The opportunities for further research and critical analysis are vast. This is a quickly shifting territory making this a timely and much needed research project. The research would build on theories on the ‘softimage’ (Hoelzl & Marie, 2015), the evolution of the image between digital and analogue spheres (Bohr & Sliwinska, 2018) as well as burgeoning work on transnational and cosmopolitical approaches to bodies, identification and the circulation of lens-based images (Meskimmon, 2010; Arnold & Meskimmon, 2016).

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For this week's Art Interpretation, please consider images discussed by Rock Hushka in "Undetectable:  The Presence of HIV in Contemporary American Art"Preview the document or the performance pieces highlighted in either the reading (Links to an external site.) or the lecture about performance art.  For Hushka, especially consider either the pieces labeled as (Figure 1, Figure 2, etc.), which are included in the .pdf; or be sure to see the supplement to Hushka, which includes many of the other images mentionedPreview the document by Hushka during the essay but which appear elsewhere in the original source book. 
You need not limit yourself to the images on the weekly art page, if you took the time to google other images associated with those episodes.  You may react to one of the prompts below; or, you may react to a post one of your classmates has already written; or, you may post on a topic of your choice as long as you are "reading" the art for this week.  (Prompt 1 is the same every week.) 
Remember this post needs to be only between 150-300 words.  Posts are due on Thursdays at Noon. 
PROMPT 1:  Focus your comments on a single work of art that you encountered this week.  What aesthetic qualities does the work possess that enable it to capture and hold the viewer's attention?  How does the piece appear to stake out a position in some cultural dispute?  What did it make you feel when you looked at it?  What did it make you think about when you looked at it? 

PROMPT 2:  Select one or more of the pieces profiled by Huskha in "Undectable."Preview the document (For the ones featured in the .pdf, you may wish to google the name of the piece to see if you can find a full color version of that piece.  Don't forget to peruse the Supplement to Hushka to view some of the other imagesPreview the document he discusses.)  Explain how the image you selected fits the theme of activism, or chronicles the progress of the disease, or hints at the legacy of the disease. 

PROMPT 3:  Consider the unique characteristics of performance art as explained in Lecture 11.  Select one of the pieces highlighted in the Lecture.  (Links to these performances are on the Roadmap.)  These pieces were selected specifically because the artist had a political message as well as an aesthetic one.  Evaluate how successfully you think the piece combined art and activism. Explain your philosophy for judging art and activism.  (For a much wider sampling of performance art pieces, see also The Art Story website (artstory.org) (For this week's Art Interpretation, please consider images discussed by Rock Hushka in "Undetectable:  The Presence of HIV in Contemporary American Art"Preview the document or the performance pieces highlighted in either the reading (Links to an external site.) or the lecture about performance art.  For Hushka, especially consider either the pieces labeled as (Figure 1, Figure 2, etc.), which are included in the .pdf; or be sure to see the supplement to Hushka, which includes many of the other images mentionedPreview the document by Hushka during the essay but which appear elsewhere in the original source book. 
You need not limit yourself to the images on the weekly art page, if you took the time to google other images associated with those episodes.  You may react to one of the prompts below; or, you may react to a post one of your classmates has already written; or, you may post on a topic of your choice as long as you are "reading" the art for this week.  (Prompt 1 is the same every week.) 
Remember this post needs to be only between 150-300 words.  Posts are due on Thursdays at Noon. 
PROMPT 1:  Focus your comments on a single work of art that you encountered this week.  What aesthetic qualities does the work possess that enable it to capture and hold the viewer's attention?  How does the piece appear to stake out a position in some cultural dispute?  What did it make you feel when you looked at it?  What did it make you think about when you looked at it? 

PROMPT 2:  Select one or more of the pieces profiled by Huskha in "Undectable."Preview the document (For the ones featured in the .pdf, you may wish to google the name of the piece to see if you can find a full color version of that piece.  Don't forget to peruse the Supplement to Hushka to view some of the other imagesPreview the document he discusses.)  Explain how the image you selected fits the theme of activism, or chronicles the progress of the disease, or hints at the legacy of the disease. 

PROMPT 3:  Consider the unique characteristics of performance art as explained in Lecture 11.  Select one of the pieces highlighted in the Lecture.  (Links to these performances are on the Roadmap.)  These pieces were selected specifically because the artist had a political message as well as an aesthetic one.  Evaluate how successfully you think the piece combined art and activism. Explain your philosophy for judging art and activism.  (For a much wider sampling of performance art pieces, see also The Art Story website (artstory.org) (https://www.theartstory.org/movement/performance-art/)

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For the Unit VII Essay, you will visit an art museum of your choice. You may visit one in person or take a virtual tour via the Internet. Below is a list of museums that offer virtual tours that you may want to review for this assignment. Please note that you are not limited to this list:
Louvre
National Gallery of Art
The National Gallery
You may select a virtual tour from this list or use the list included under the Websites tab in the Art Appreciation Libguide in the CSU Library at this link. Please include the name and location of your museum in your introductory paragraph.
For this essay, write about two artworks from the periods we read about in Unit VII: Renaissance, Baroque, Impressionist, or Post-Impressionist periods.
For each piece, address the following:
Include the title, artist, date, medium, and scale.
Describe the artwork.
Describe the artist's role in his or her society/community.
What do you think is the artist's message?
What are the cultural significances of this piece?
What historical elements are included in this piece?
Formatting:
Your essay will be at least five pages in length and include the following:
Title page (1 page)
Written Essay (2 pages)
Image(s) (1 page)
References (1 page)
Use Times New Roman 12- point font. Double space all lines, and indent the first line of each paragraph. Your title page should be correctly formatted with a Running Head and page number listed in the Header area. Include your title, name, and school centered on the title page. Your written essay should contain at least three paragraphs (including an introductory and conclusion). Your last page will have the word References centered at the top.
All sources used, including the museum, must be cited and included on the reference page. When you use a statement from any outside source, you need to credit the source in this format: (last name of author (s), year) at the end of the sentence before the period.

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How did the Renaissance change man’s view of man?

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