For this week’s assignment, you are strongly encouraged to attend your Friday discussion section. There you will be watching a short scene from a film and analyzing the decisions the director made in terms of shot composition and transition. Then you will write a brief analysis about how those decisions impacted your understanding of the film/plot/characters.
You should do the following before your discussion section:
Make sure you have read Belton chapter 3 as assigned for this week.
Important concepts include: mise-en-scène (camera angle and distance, camera movement, lighting, sets, costumes), sound (mixing, score, effects), and editing (cuts, matches, point-of-view, 180-degree rule).
Download a copy of this shot sheet Download this shot sheetand bring it to discussion.
You will watch the following movie clip:
Identify individual shots (cuts) using the provided worksheet
Clearly, aptly, and thoughtfully apply film style vocabulary
Displaying understanding of film analysis concepts
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Discipline: art history (introduction to museums)
Customer is an international student. Please, provide a regular grammatically correct, well-structured paper according to the instructions and academic context provided, written with simple sentence structures and easy vocabulary (or shortly, use simple English).
Not one person invented Ballet. It derived from the popular dances of the period. The origins of Ballet come from the Italian Renaissance and Commedia dell’ Arte.
1. Read the article below and summarize what you consider important points and interesting facts which pertain to ballet, ballet d’ action, and/or ballet de cour. (about 100 words)
http://auguste.vestris.free.fr/Essays/Commedia.html Links to an external site.
2. Pirouette: what does it mean and where did it originate from? (google it) 1 point
3. Watch these 2 instructional videos and try a pirouette yourself. Write your strengths and struggles in performing a pirouette. 2 points
(Extra points; add a video of you demonstrating a pirouette)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eojLfy2E0yY Links to an external site.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIng1xdzxl8 Links to an external site.
Now watch Sophia Lucia when she was 10 years old performing 54 pirouettes. It’s incredible!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMbB6bmjBxA Links to an external site.
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Write a 1 page essay in current MLA format that focuses on the question “What is Art?”
Discuss in your own words and attempt to answer the question, “What is Art? Your answer to the question, “What is Art?” must be answered in a general sense. Of course, you may reference specific works of art as they relate to your answer.
Page Requirement: Your paper must be at least 1 page long and must include title page. A second page may be used if needed.
Authenticity: This paper is intended to be your own opinion regarding the question, “What is Art?” You are permitted to quote other sources as they relate to your own answers, opinions, and views.
Spelling/Grammar: Your paper must be written using correct spelling, grammar, and sentence structure.
Current MLA Format: This paper must be written in your own words and any sources that have been quoted must be cited in accordance with the current MLA format.
Write a 2 page research-based paper in current MLA format that focuses on analyzing a work of art. The paper must include at least 3 references in addition to the course textbooks and the Bible.
Utilizing the artwork listed below and develop a 2 page analysis paper that focuses on the principles and elements of art creation as they are used in the chosen piece.
1. The Last Supper
The format for the paper must follow the basic guidelines below:
Introduction/General Information: Include all pertinent information about the piece, artist, medium, size, subject, art movement, etc.
Brief Description: What is the subject matter? What do you see?
Analysis: Describe, as best you can, the artist’s technique used in the piece.
Conclusion: Your own informed opinion about the work. What you say here must be supported by your analysis above.
Reference Page: Reference page with at least 3 sources.
Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool.
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If you read CHOI Sooran’s essay, she explains the interplay of avant-garde artists and popular journalism. Can you explain why the government tried to control expression of pioneering visual arts (including performance, happening, etc)? How did the author (Choi) interpret covert or overt tactics used by Korean artists to avoid censorhip in the 1970s? Also Pyun’s essays on unisex and miniskirs discuss the impact of censorship on dress codes. Where do you find infiltration of the regime’s authority and censorship in regulation of bodies? What are the examples used in Pyun’s essays?
Write a 250-300 word response to the film Wasteland that addresses the following questions. (Repeating the prompts do not count as part of your word count).
Why do you think Vik Muniz uses appropriated images from art history in much of his work?
How does the use of appropriated images change the way in which we see his work, specifically in regards to context and audience? Reference a specific work from the film where this is evident.
How does the film itself create content/meaning beyond the visual experience of the artwork?
What content/meaning is created?
The past two weeks, we have engaged ideas about what the constraints are for making under conditions of modernity, and what the political stakes of that making become under systems of oppression and subjugation. This week, I encourage you to freely associate between the more-theoretical readings we’ve looked at: thinking about Frank Lloyd Wright’s “Art and Craft of the Machine” (1901), Walter Benjamin’s “The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction” (1935), Chris Cuomo’s “On Ecofeminist Philosophy” (2002), Donna Haraway’s “Introduction” to Staying with the Trouble (2017), and Alice Walker’s titular essay from “In Search of Our Mother’s Gardens” (1983)
–what are the implications of crafting today, of crafting while the world burns, of making “apolitically”, of making from the margins, of making as an “Outsider”. What is the WORK of art (the work art does) as it pushes back upon systems of oppression, of imperialism, colonialism, racism, chattel slavery, patriarchy & misogyny, and the white racial hierarchy? What is your felt sense living under these conditions, how do these systems affect you personally? How do the examples of Outsider art seen in the Tate Online exhibit exemplify these frameworks of power and hegemony, and how do individual makers resist these power structures, even from the margins?