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1. Which one of the following artists believed perspective was a lie? A. Claude Monet B. Vincent van Gogh C. Pierre-Auguste Renoir D. Paul Cézanne 2. Magritte was concerned with making the spectator of an artwork conscious of the limitations of signs, labeling, and language. In so doing, he challenged the spectator to see with fresh eyes and without prejudice the everyday world about him. As such, his works are reminiscent of those of A. Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres. B. Salvador Dalí. C. Claude Monet. D. Ludwig Kirchner 3. The artist _______ trained to be a lawyer. A. Emil Nolde B. Henri Matisse C. Paul Gauguin D. Pablo Picasso 4. Which of the following was true of the Age of Reason? A. People used science to explain social experiences. B. People valued science over faith. C. People debated the raison d'être. D. People justified their faith using scientific principles. 5. Monet achieved heightened color effects by .....

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Homework Help1


1. Which one of the following artists believed perspective was a lie? A. Claude Monet B. Vincent van Gogh C. Pierre-Auguste Renoir D. Paul Cézanne 2. Magritte was concerned with making the spectator of an artwork conscious of the limitations of signs, labeling, and language. In so doing, he challenged the spectator to see with fresh eyes and without prejudice the everyday world about him. As such, his works are reminiscent of those of A. Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres. B. Salvador Dalí. C. Claude Monet. D. Ludwig Kirchner 3. The artist _______ trained to be a lawyer. A. Emil Nolde B. Henri Matisse C. Paul Gauguin D. Pablo Picasso 4. Which of the following was true of the Age of Reason? A. People used science to explain social experiences. B. People valued science over faith. C. People debated the raison d'être. D. People justified their faith using scientific principles. 5. Monet achieved heightened color effects by .....

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Drama, Chapter 4 Playwright


A Playwright is considered both _______ & ________ to the theatre production .....

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Theatre, Drama


1)Which union is primarily for theatre actors? A) Actors' Equity B) S.A.G. C) A.F.T.R.A 2) Open Casting Calls are usually the standard type of audition. True False 3) Actor's headshots need to be up to date. True False .....

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Theatre, Drama


What is the definition of Theatre’s Immediacy? .....

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The Relationship of Art and Society ( FOR MERLYN)


The Relationship of Art and Society Due Jun 06, 11:59 Resources: Review your Week 5 readings and videos. Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper, discussing the role of art in America since the Gilded Age. Include discussion of the following: •Beginning with the Gilded Age, how has art been a reflection of society? Describe and examine at least three examples you have encountered or examined in this course to support your conclusions. •How art, in the context of the social justice movements of the 20th century, challenged and shaped American society. •The role of diversity in the development of the arts and how it changed throughout the last century in the United States. •Your opinion on the role of art today; how does it continue to remain relevant to our lives? How could it change or develop to become more relevant to our lives? Format your paper according to appropriate course level APA guidelines. .....

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Art of the 1950s and 1960s Presentation (For Meryln)


Art of the 1950s and 1960s Presentation Resources: Review your Week 4 readings and videos. Choose one of the following themes for a presentation on your Week 4 content: Changing Times: Proto-Pop and The Beats (must include either Robert Rauschenberg or Jasper Johns) Andy Warhol and Pop Art (focus on Warhol OR Warhol and other Pop artists) Protest Art (You may choose to focus on Civil Rights, the Vietnam War, or both) Create a 10- to 12-sllde presentation (including a title and reference slide) on your selected theme that includes the following: 100- to 250-word speaker notes for each of your content slides that summarize the main points listed on the slide (you will have a minimum of 8 to 10 content slides which excludes the title and reference slides). A description and analysis of four to six artworks related to your selected theme (include an image of each artwork). A description of the subject of each artwork; what was the subject depicted by the.....

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tachyon tachyon


175- to 260-word summary of the following: • If you were to have a work of art created to express your experiences as a student, what would it be? What would it look like? How would it communicate your experience in terms of its composition? .....

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Symbolism in Cinema


260- to 350-word summary • Research symbolism in cinema • Compile a brief list of examples of symbolism in the cinema. • Respond to the following: o Were any of the examples surprising? o Did they add to your enjoyment of the film, if it was a film you have previously viewed? .....

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Arts/125 wk3 assignment-American Art Before and After World War II


Resources: Review your Week 3 readings and videos. For your Week 3 Assignment, choose one of the options listed below. Option A Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper on American art before and after World War II. Include an examination of the artwork of three artists total. Select two artists who worked during the Great Depression and one Abstract Expressionist artist. Include discussion of the following in your paper: • At least one example of art from each artist with a description of the subject and style of the work. • An examination of the purpose of artwork created during the Great Depression. Were your examples used as tools for social reform? What other types of messaging was present in works from the 1930s? • A description of how Abstract Expressionism emerged in post-World War II America and how it differed from the art work of the 1930s. • A description of the style of your Abstract Expressionist artist and why he or she was interested in this style of.....

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