Spend time this week working on your second and final paper for this class. This paper should be in essay form, 10-12pt type, and two pages in length. On a third page cite three sources different from what I have provided. Place the images you are critiquing on the third page as well. The photographers you can select from are listed below. Specific directions are at the below the photographers. So make sure you read this entire page. “Angélica Dass is an award-winning photographer living in Madrid, Spain. Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, she is acutely aware of how small differences in skin tone can swell into large misconceptions and stereotypes about race. She is the creator of the internationally acclaimed Humanæ Project, a collection of portraits that reveal the diverse beauty of human colors.” Angelica Daas https://www.angelicadass.com/humanae-project/ (Links to an external site.) “Fabiola Ferrero, born in Caracas in 1991, is a journalist and photographer currently based in Caracas, Venezuela. She is part of the VII Mentor Program and a Magnum (Links to an external site.) Foundation Fellow.” Fabiola Ferrero https://artpil.com/fabiola-ferrero/ “Erik Johansson (born 1985) is a photographer and visual artist from Sweden based in Prague, Czech Republic. His work can be described as surreal world created by combining different photographs. Erik works on both personal and commissioned projects with exhibitions and clients all around the world. In contrast to traditional photography he doesn’t capture moments, he captures ideas with the help of his camera and imagination.” Erik Johansson http://www.erikjohanssonphoto.com/work/ (Links to an external site.) “Matt Black is from Californias Central Valley. His work has explored the connections between migration, poverty, agriculture, and the environment in his native rural California and in southern Mexico.” Matt Black https://www.mattblack.com/ (Links to an external site.) Instructions: Look through the galleries provided in the links above. Select two images from two different photographers from that list. Make sure you select two different photographers. Do not select two photographs from the same photographer. Review the video below on “9 Photo Composition Tips.” Identify the elements of composition you feel each photographer uses in the two photographs you select. I do not want a bio on each photographer. Your job is to select your images, one from whichever two photographers, then try to figure out what elements of composition out of the nine below are being used in the photographs you select. Explain in detail how you see the techniques used in each image you select. If you see the use of diagonals, point out where you see the diagonals. Do not assume I will see them. Whichever two images you select identify the elements of composition as outlined in the video below. Each photographer is very different in their approach. Identify what composition elements of design he or she uses. The paper is all about composition. Apply what you have learned. The paper must be saved as a word document, google docs, or a pdf double-spaced, two pages, and submitted here. This paper will be going through Turnitin so make sure these are you own words. The three additional sources can be ones that help you understand composition. Place the two images you select a separate page with your source list. Remember: (One page per photographer) Be descriptive. Make sure your paper answers the following questions in essay form: Identify the elements of design being used in the composition and describe how they are being used? Address each of the ones I have put into this list. Explain in detail how that element works in the image. Refer back to the video. I noticed that several of you did not understand framing. Framing has to utilize an element in the scene to frame something within the scene. Please pay close attention to the 9 photo composition tips below. Also, lines can be implied they do not have to be actual lines in an image. Here is the list: 1. Rule of Thirds: The rule of thirds is based on dividing your scene into a grid of nine equal parts; the four intersection points of the grid lines represent the best locations to place your subject within the frame to make a well-balanced, pleasing composition. 2. Leading Lines: Use natural or implied lines to lead the eye into the photograph. 3. Diagonals: Diagonal lines create movement. These can be implied or real. 4. Framing: Use natural frames like windows and doors. 5. Figure to ground: How does your foreground relate to your background? Is it a relationship of contrast or harmony. This is perhaps the hardest of techniques. 6. Fill your frame: Get close to your subjects. 7. Center the dominant eye: Placing the dominant eye in the center of the photo gives the impression the eyes follow you. 8. Pattern and repetition: like areas are repeated throughout the image. 9. Symmetry: the image is symmetrical. SYMMETRY refers to a line that splits an object in half and, if both sides of the object are an exact mirror image of each other, then this object is said to be symmetrical. https://expertphotography.com/symmetry-in-photography/
Write about your observations. What was it like to keep an eye open for art, to look closely? What was one work of art or design that really stood out to you? Where did you see it? How did you examine it? Did this activity reveal anything new and/or unexpected? Connect your observations to what you have learned about visual literacy this week? How would you define visual literacy? Do you believe that the activity increased your visual literacy? If so, why and how? If not, why not? ( Here is the link to the video on visual literacy, in case you need to review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O39niAzuapc)
Many traditional societies combined symbols or images that captured the meaning of religious and mythological themes with everyday tools like pottery or knives as well as more artistic forms of representation like statues and mosaics and jewelry. Your task in this assignment is to visit the Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History at the Metropolitan Museum of Art @ Art History Timeline 1000BC-1AD (Links to an external site.) Links to an external site. . Scroll through the entries for the era 10000 B.C. to 1000 A.D. To begin look for artifacts from Ancient Greece and Rome. Review the photographs of ancient artifacts such as statues, pottery, jewelry, tools, weapons, etc. for examples that feature mythological motifs and characters. Include myths, legends, and other information about the gods and heroes in your choices using the selection of stories called Greek Gods, Heroes, and Men to get you started. Link (Links to an external site.) Write a brief review (500 words) of your selections that describes how they display the role of religion in everyday life of Ancient civilizations. Attach pictures of your selections and copies of the myths chosen with your submission. 30683810 minutes ago First Link- https://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works/#!?time=04 Second Link http://www.gatewaytotheclassics.com/browse/display.php?author=harding&book=greek&story=_contents
please find a work of modern art based on or inspired to the Trojan War (any character and event connected to the Trojan war). You can choose any kind of art. Remember to include a very short description, a picture (in case of painting/statue), a link to Youtube (in case of movies/songs/shows). If you choose a poem you can include the whole text in your post. Rules: – add you work of art replying to this post – do not use a work of art already suggested by someone else – do not use a work specifically based on what happens to Odysseus after the Trojan war (we will do that another time)
select any work of art and upload a picture.identify it by artist, title,medium, and date of creation. Discuss at least three of the elements of art that the artist has included.next indicate three principles of design that are evident in the work. describe how the artist used these elements and principles to create a pleasing composition and communicate a message.
Creative Color Photography Read and Respond. Chapter 7 1. Photography so often seems to be thought about capturing a moment in time, but it doesnt have to be. Give at least 3 examples of ways to get around static or frozen images: Discuss ways to have a sense of movement or a passing of time and explain technically with your camera how to achieve that effect. 2. Which effect would you like most to try or experiment with? Which one are you the most likely to do? Why? 3. Photography doesnt have to be limited to a single image on the pages. Discuss at least 3 ways discussed in the book to combine multiple images.4. After studying all of the images in this chapter choose 1 photographer to research discuss the image by answering at least two of the following questions.a. a. Is the work in the book representative of that photographers style? If yes, what aspects are similar? If no, what is different?b. b. What attracted you to that photo? c. c. What meaning or message do you derive from that image?d. d. If that image is part of a body of work, how do the other images in the series add to your interpretation of the images? e. e. How does the color palette used in the image effect your interpretation of the photographs meaning or message? f. f. Is there any symbolism used in the image? If so, what do understand it to mean?
Read Sophocless Antigones text first, so you build your own internal image of the scenes. Then watch the video that you can download from the class VIDEO folder ONLY if you cannot download the file or ask someone to help you download it, you can watch this other production (watch the whole playlist of 11 clips): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bSnnufOx80&list=PLjAYlUiAhOZ5xJhxtxojqCKFnZs5-lzCh Task Choose two non consecutive scenes from the text and describe in one paragraph each of at least 8 lines how the particular production you watched in video has added detail through the performance of the actors, the set, the costumes, or any other element not already explicit in the dramatic text.
Description Write a short answer essay for the two questions below (1 page each questions): 1. Depending on the size and complexity of the project, the interior designer may need to coordinate its scope of work with other design consultants. Describe your understanding of how team work structures with consultants (examples may include: architect, electrical and mechanical engineers, the structural engineer, the lighting consultant, an acoustical consultant, a code consultant, or an ADA consultant, etc.) may improve the projects outcome. 2. A designer typically issues a contract for services to the client at the very beginning of a project. Some contracts are simply based on an hourly fee. However, many clients prefer a lump sum contract. Lump sum contracts require the designer to commit to a set fee which the designer must estimate before design begins. Most often, lump sum fees are broken down in the contract by phase: a fee for programming/ conceptual design, a fee for schematic design, and a fee for design development. When writing a lump sum contract for design services, for which phase do you think would be most difficult for a designer to estimate the fees, and why Purpose Understanding specific elements of the Design Process Focus: Teamwork structures & service agreements.
You are to pick an actor or a director whose work you admire and write a 2 to 3 page paper about their craft. Actors will be easier to use than directors, but I leave it up to you. Again, the more popular they are, the easier it will be to find information on them. It would be terrific if they work on stage as well as film, but not necessary. The paper should cover the following: For an Actor- Basic bio information. Internal versus external. Use of their voice and body (physiological). Use of their imagination (psychological). Use of their emotion. Kinds of characters played, plays (films) acted in. Style/Genre of plays (films) acted in. Are they known for being easy to work with/hard to work with? Collaboration.