OUTLINE FOR RESEARCH PROPOSAL 1. INTRODUCTION (provide a broad yet meaningful of the subject matter under investigation) 2. RESEARCH QUESTIONS (between 3-5 only and should correspond with chapters) 3. RESEARCH OBJECTIVES and Statement of Problems 4. LITERATURE REVIEW (Should be fairly extensive and cover the major as well as most recent works. Provide a critical appraisal of the works under review and not mere summaries. These can be addressed in a thematic manner as well.) important 5. SIGNIFICANCE OF STUDY (e.g. the works contribution to knowledge) 6. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (quantitative, qualitative or mixed-method; methods of obtaining data i.e. primary & secondary sources, interviews (structured or semi-structured); methods of sampling, etc.)- library research, lab work, field work, historical documentary, interview, survey, evaluation and analysis important Research area: Arts history and theory Title of research proposal: The Development of Theory and Practice of Europe Feminist Art History Key words Europe feminist art history , arts theory
Your third assignment takes the form of essay in which you are asked to showcase the degree to which a single object (in this instance a piece of dress or an accessory), can provide a vehicle through which to engage with wider themes and theoretical debates. Your essay should be based around the close study of an image, garment, accessory or textiles of your choice from any date between c.1400 and c.2020. It might be a personal photograph, a piece from your personal wardrobe, or an object owned by a member of your family. Alternatively, you might prefer to select a photograph from a recent fashion shoot, a portrait from an art gallery, or an image from a museum/archive. You could also choose a garment or textile in a museum collection, or a piece from a contemporary designer.Using your chosen object as your starting point, your essay must explore one of the themes we have considered in class in more depth. Potential themes include the relationship between: Fashion & Power, Fashion & the Body, Fashion & Identity, Fashion & Politics, Fashion & Art, Fashion & Work and Fashion & Masculinity.Your discussion can have a historical focus, or engage with more contemporary themes, but must be rooted in fashion or dress. Whether looking to the past, present or future, you will need to reflect on the historical, social and cultural context within which your object was created. You will also be expected to draw on relevant methodologies and critical theories in your analysis.
Presentation Video- Topic: Immigration: Changing immigration: 1910-1930The way you prepare your video is up to you. You may use any app that will assist in thecreation of your project, as long as the work is your original content. Be creative. The useof visuals or other such materials is encouraged.Requirements:5 minute video A statement of your research question A brief description of the sources you used A summary and discussion of your findings/argument
The scope of the paper will be a historical review of three Comic Strips, Comic Book Series, Comic Characters or Cartoonist from three separate time periods. (1900-1910, 1910-1920, 1920-1930, 1930-1940, 1940-1950, 1950- 1960, 1960-1970, 1970-1980, 1980-1990, 1990-2000) Explain how your comics were affected by the era or helped changed the time period that you selected.
Select a historically significant photograph from this week’s resources or a traditional media source that can be accurately described as a social document. Include the link to the webpage where you located the image, and embed the image in your post.Consider the following in your post:What are the subject matter, formal elements, and context of the photograph?Beauty isnt the primary goal of a social document. Still, most famous photos have visual appeal. What is the appeal of your image?What do you believe was the photographers intent in taking the image? Were they trying to get a message across?How subtle is the photographer’s personal bias (or opinion) toward the subject?What qualities make it clear that this is intended as a social document (or as photojournalism) rather than being intended as decorative fine art?For each of your response posts (at least two), select an art photograph with a subject matter similar to that of your classmate’s selection. Embed it as part of your discussion. Identify and describe some of the similarities and differences. What qualities make it more “art” than your classmate’s documentary selection?Reply to peers after making the assignments.Peer 1 (see attached for photo)Tim Hetherington photo of a solider resting during wartimeTim Hetheringtons photo about soldiers at rest outside Restrepo is the one I am choosing for this discussion. The picture is a reality of war and the feelings of soldiers. I thought about this photo for a while. In a sense, what would I feel if I was one of the people in the picture? The feeling of staying away from home, fighting with a high probability of death. It has a lot of emotions in it. Or I would appear the same as a soldier in this picture if I came as a victor from the battlefield. I think the photographer was interested in showing the features of fighting a person and the truth that they are simple humans, not fighters. I cannot think of the efforts he has to make to take this photo. Like, taking all of his stuff to a place not familiar to him, a place full of danger, where a person can lose his life too. I think the factor that made this photo an editorial photo is that it depicts people fighting and resting on the battlefield. It presents a picture of the fighters to the people who never witness the battlefield ever. For me, this photo is interesting, as no one wants to talk about certain things, and it is one of them. The bitterness created by war and the feelings of people who went through it. This is an impactful photo, and I am sure if it was published in the photo when people were fighting, it surely impacts people’s minds. It will be stressful for people who send their loved ones, sons, and fathers out on the battlefield and see their defeated and drained faces. But, I think this photo can be seen in another way around as well. Like, such images can be replicated to depict the reality of the battlefield and soldiers as there are very few photos of soldiers are out. I think the photographer of this photo has not taken this photo to show fight only. It sounds like he wants to show the reality of war and the feelings of people in war. Few people cannot realize the miseries of the battlefield and cannot relate to the sacrifices made by soldiers: their feelings and everything. The photographer seems to be interested in showing the people of his society that they are people too.Reference:Rejzek, S. (2019). Tim Hetherington, a Vanity Fair photographer, based in Britain, won the World Press Photo of the Year 2007 award with this picture of an American soldier resting at a bunker in Korengal Valley, Afghanistan. Freelance, Retrieved from: https://freelens.com/fotografie-und-krieg/werdet-hart-aber-bleibt-empfindsam/attachment/tim-hetherington-a-vanity-fair-photographer-based-in-britain-won-the-world-press-photo-of-the-year-2007-award-with-this-picture-of-an-american-soldier-.Peer 2 (see attached for photo)The subject matter in this photograph is a woman and child victims of famine. Its formal elements are perspective, composition, and focus. The perspective allows us to see the woman and child from the bottom up. It humbles us to see them as we watch this mother and child reach their arms out for something. This perspective aligns with the composition. The photographer Werner Bischof presents them in such a way that the viewer has no option but to question what is happening to the subjects or empathize with them. His photo portrays the need for help, a call to action. The focus is on the subjects hands but also on the naked baby in the mothers arms gazing down at the viewer. It is a very powerful photo. This photograph was taken in April of 1951 in Bihar, India. The appeal of this photograph by far lies in the perspective and the contrast of this black and white image. We could assume the photographer was appealing to our emotions and possibly trying to gain government assistance in the matter. Bischof was a Swiss photographer who worked and traveled the world for Magnum photos. He disliked the superficiality and sensationalism of the magazine business.(wernerbischof.com) Suggesting through his photos that he would take it upon himself to document the realities of his subjects. This photograph is intended as a social document because of the subject itself and its particular composition. It would not be used as decorative fine art because it causes sadness. The image tells a story of a suffering mother and child. It would seem quite morbid to have it displayed as a decorative piece, but it does send a clear message and a call to social reform.https://www.magnumphotos.com/arts-culture/travel/early-magnum-member-werner-bischof
This paper will need to be on the topic of the history of jazz DANCE, its evolution, and its impact on society and culture. This is a 10 page research Paper (10 pages of content that doesnt include your references or any intro page). You will need at least 3 separate sources. Please use double spacing
MUS/GEN 106 Women, Music and Culture Exam IV (final) 65 points1. Discuss todays music industry in terms of performers and marketing. Considering both male and female performers, how does the current situation compare with the historical account presented in this course? (30 points minimum of four paragraphs)2. When you began this class, did you have preconceived ideas (both historically and modern day) of the fusion of women, music and culture, that you found challenged or had no knowledge of? What were they? How was your view challenged? If you had no preconceived ideas that were challenged, what influences played a part in your understanding (ex. previous course, family discussions, independent research, etc.). (20 points minimum of three paragraphs)3. Discuss two or three topics that made the most impact on your understanding of this course topic. (10 points minimum of two paragraphs)4. Moving forward, how will what you learn in class effect the way you experience women in the performing arts? Has your understanding changed? If so, why? If not, why? (5 points one paragraph minimum)
For this essay please do not use any outside sources, other than the factual information needed to to write about the sculpture I will post a picture of the sculpter to take a look at it and define the material and everything with the name so you can search the factual info needed for this essay ( Sculpture name is The Wave in jeddah city of Saudi Arabia) Photos will be attached to confirm the sculpture, and not be confused with another one, Fcatual info that can be included such as, size, height, artist name, location and date, etc…. it should be written in 100% authenticity with citations included for that information everything else should be from the attached files. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY, FOLLOW STEPS, AND LET ME KNOW IF YOU NEED ANY MATERIAL. also terminology should be included, use as much terminology as possible thats the main purpose of this paper, without it the paper is an F. Under this comment, there are a bunch of things to know about this paper, the rest of the steps are in the attached files follow these two please and nothing else. Best of luck.We have discussed in class lectures the advent of Public Art has having both positive and negative connotations related to their respective communities. Sometimes ideals of American Democracy for example, are expressed through public displays of objects in parks and around civic buildings that have commemorative purposes.You should think about what motivates public displays of art and what meanings are deployed?Your assignment is to visit a public sculptural monument either a free-standing work or a relief sculpture and write a 3-5 page, typed, double spaced and 12 font descriptive analysis of it. Begin by providing a close visual analysis based on the handout A Systematic Analysis of a Work of Art/ Sculpture (on blackboard). This is an evaluation of your developing visual acuity and the development of the methods and terms we use in class. You are to refer to yourself in the 3rd person objective form, meaning no personal pronouns, such as I, ME, MY or MINE. You can refer to yourself as, the viewer was impressed by the color of the work…. or some similar format of your choice.Next, examine the symbolic or iconographic function of the object based on the visual clues exhibited in the work and its immediate environment.How does the object communicate with the audience? How successful or unsuccessful is the work in establishing an aesthetic point of view? You are not to do any research on the object apart from what you think is important to know with respect to the environment or the individual(s) represented in the sculpture. Often objects have a display label nearby which will give you information about the name or the subject, if not, it is not essential to the assignment.
Cultural and Historic Context: Symbolic meaning of Form.The meaning of this monument (Notre Dame church in Paris) must be analyzed within the context of the civilization fromwhich it was created. Cultural, economic, social, and other conditions should be understood andconnected to demonstrate the meaning and the connection between time and place, and thelanguage of architecture.In the Context of:Visual ArtsIT IS IMPORTANT TO ONLY EXPLAIN THE VISUAL ART ASPECTS AND THE IMPACT OF THE CULTURE AND THAT TIME ON THE BUILDING AND BUILDING ONTHE CULTURE AND PEOPLE. IT CAN BE ABOUT STYLE OF ARCHITECTURE. PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURES IN THIS BUILDING.PLEASE ADD PICTURES AS A REFERENCE TO EACH PART
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