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16 Jan 2015
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Comparative media analysis

Case study - 3 pages - Arts and art history

This paper is a rhetoric and cultural analysis of different ways of passing on a message using set of objects multiple media. The multiple media will be passing on the same message and the rhetoric and cultural analysis will show the similarity or difference in how the message is perceived in...

25 Nov 2014
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Opposing values in American thought as depicted in films

Case study - 4 pages - Arts and art history

In a world where movie directors and filmmakers are building a name for themselves Robert Ray in A Tendency of the Hollywood Cinema(1930-1980) tries to show the need for filmmakers to produce movies that every person can relate. Ray emphasizes on the need for commitment in both plot and...

02 Sep 2014
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Role of Women in Both the Taming Of the Shrew and Ten Things I Hate About You

Case study - 2 pages - Arts and art history

The play ‘Taming the Shrew' is set in a tavern in the English countryside where a drunken beggar, Christopher argues with a hostess over his disorderly conduct. Sly is so high that he passes out on the ground where a local lord decides to teach him a lesson. He is dressed up like a nobleman...

27 Jan 2014
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Art and Human Values

Case study - 1 pages - Arts and art history

Art is a means of conveying one's feelings and generating an attractive object that is enriching to others. It is a way of controlling masses and manipulating individual conscience. Art is vital in the community since it defines persons and makes them better. Art and human values deals with the...

25 Nov 2013
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Concert review

Case study - 2 pages - Arts and art history

The stage was opened by the first violin choir. Flutes were followed by trumpet. They walked in majestically; they paused little the flute followed and then trumpet. The band began to jump in slowly. As they began again slowly, the instruments started to warm up. This gradually created a happy...

20 Sep 2013
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Jeff Koons. Rabbit. 1986. Stainless Steel, 41" x 19" x 12". Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

Case study - 4 pages - Arts and art history

Jeff Koons's Rabbit was conceptualized in 1986, inclusive of his Statuary Collection, when he first had the idea of grabbing this inflatable, commercialized toy off a store shelf. The stainless steel assemblage includes the bunny which is materialized through an industrial casting process...

18 Sep 2013
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Artwork reflection essay

Case study - 2 pages - Arts and art history

Georges Seurat's painting, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte is currently being displayed at the Art Institute of Chicago in The Helen Birch Bartlett Memorial Collection (also called A Sunday on La Grande Jatte). The painting is quite large in size, measuring around 10 x 7 feet...

12 Sep 2013
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The development of the keyboard over seven centuries from 800 to 1800 AD

Case study - 2 pages - Arts and art history

In present times, the keyboard is regarded as one of the most common instruments and is found in nearly every musical setting. The history of this unique string/percussion hybrid is comprised of an extensive and diverse lineage from the first monochord instruments as far back as 800 AD. The...

05 Jul 2013
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Sistah, You Got Game: The rise and role of women in hip-hop over the last 30 years

Case study - 4 pages - Arts and art history

From its conception four decades ago, hip-hop as a subculture was originally a medium to raise social consciousness, a solution to the problem, so to speak. But come the ‘80s and the ‘90s, the subculture has become part of the problem it was trying to solve; for as the music became...

05 Jul 2013
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A brief analysis on how hip-hop has evolved and impacted Collegiate Curricula and Learning

Case study - 4 pages - Arts and art history

The various facets of art - music, visual art, literature -forms the artillery used by many to shoot down oppressive societal forces, to scrutinize current situations whether societal, political, economical or personal in nature, or to simply express varying emotions or opinions, no matter how...

07 May 2013
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Sculpture: Head of Alexander the Great

Case study - 2 pages - Arts and art history

Inspiration may be sparked from a variety of sources. Some people find inspiration in other people. Others find inspiration from certain objects. Art contributes several objects that are inspirational to a variety of people. Sculptures are a specific object that may inspire multiple people...

14 Feb 2013
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Influence of the genre on three of the visual or performing arts forms

Case study - 1 pages - Arts and art history

Genre is a term used in the world of arts to represent a class of creative works that reveal certain key characteristic. Different works of art are classified into different genres depending on their characteristics and uniqueness. Therefore, genre is very much essential when it comes to...

17 Dec 2012
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McCarthyism and art

Case study - 2 pages - Arts and art history

During the early 1950s there was a fear amongst the American people regarding the possible infiltration of Western Society by Russia and other communist nations. One man, Senator Joseph McCarthy, led a hunt for alleged communists that would lead to the blacklisting and persecution of actors,...

28 Jun 2012
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Photography of Nations

Case study - 7 pages - Arts and art history

Photography highlights social constructs within each society. It represents national ideologies that unify nation states. A photograph does not necessarily do this directly, but the juxtaposition of the photographer and the subject allowed for photographs to be interpreted in that way....

28 Jun 2012
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Photography

Case study - 5 pages - Arts and art history

Photography is defined by the American Dictionary as “the art or practice of taking and processing photographs.” A photograph is the extension of the human eye that we could never imagine until the technological revolution. Before Photography, we could not understand or interpret the...

22 May 2012
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Should art be taught in schools?

Case study - 2 pages - Arts and art history

The role played by art in public education has been discussed and analyzed by a numerous commentators through the years. Despite the obvious ways in which art and receiving an art education can provide to an individual, it is possible to argue that art education is not indispensable, as there...

27 Sep 2011
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Michelangelo's David

Thesis - 2 pages - Arts and art history

Fifteenth century Florence, Italy is the focal point for a sudden rise in artistic, humanistic, technological, and scientific interest known as the Renaissance. The recent discovery of classic texts and artifacts are among the primary catalysts for this new cultural emergence. People begin...

27 Sep 2011
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Roman Architectural Influences in the United States

Thesis - 2 pages - Arts and art history

The tremendous beauty and ingenuity of Roman architecture remained a visual testament of a culture that rose to power and became a dominant force that conquered and governed a vast empire spanning Europe, Asia Minor and Northern Africa. Since Roman architects assimilated Greek and Etruscan styles...

27 Sep 2011
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A Burial at Ornans

Thesis - 1 pages - Arts and art history

The appearance of “A Burial at Ornans” in 1851 by French painter Gustave Courbet at the Paris Salon art exhibition not only sparked tough criticism among viewers, but also propelled the relatively unknown artist into fame and notoriety. The painting was debuted in a time when the...

27 Sep 2011
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The Art of Ancient Greece

Tutorials/exercises - 2 pages - Arts and art history

As confirmed by the National Archaeological Museum of Athens (n.d.), it is during the years 600 through 480 B.C., the Archaic period, that Kouros sculptures governed Greek art. These sculptures came in male and female form, depicting subjects who the state had financially supported, or designed...

27 Sep 2011
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Baroque or Rococo Art Critique

Case study - 2 pages - Arts and art history

"The Taking of Christ" is an impressive work of art by one of seventeenth centuries most prolific and influential painters, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio. The painting is typical of Baroque style: intense, vibrant colors, strong contrasting of light and dark shadows, and dramatic emotions of...

27 Sep 2011
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In defense of Abstract Art

Essay - 2 pages - Arts and art history

It's possible to believe that people around the world love, hate, misunderstand, and criticize abstract art. More than likely the people who've come to hate and criticize probably have no art history knowledge or appreciation whatsoever. However, art critics and serious art collectors debate the...

12 Jul 2011
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Analysis of 'The miracle of Christ healing the blind' by El Greco

Essay - 3 pages - Arts and art history

“The Miracle of Christ Healing the Blind” features in the European Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It was painted in approximately 1575-76 by the artist El Greco in oil on canvas and measures 47 x 57 ½”, an outstandingly large painting. It illustrates the passage in...

28 Jun 2011
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'The Second Shepherd's Play' - A comment

Essay - 4 pages - Arts and art history

Religion has always had a major influence in all aspects of human culture. This can be seen in many different forums from education to social norms to entire governments: Art, in particular, has been deeply affected by religious ideals. In order to see the role religion plays upon an aspect of...

09 Jun 2011
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The value of Blues in the face of Oppression: Ma' Rainey

Essay - 4 pages - Arts and art history

In 1927, Duke Ellington and Louis Armstong began their careers. Armstrong's start was in Chicago. The setting for August Wilson's play, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, also happened to be in 1927, and in the city of Chicago. During this time the commercial and economic value of African-American art,...

09 Jun 2011
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How Hogan Heals - "The Book of Medicines"

Thesis - 3 pages - Arts and art history

The concept of healing is a central and consistent theme in Linda Hogan's book of poetry called The Book of Medicines. Throughout all three sections of the book, the reader is shown the value and process of healing of American Indians and the earth itself, especially concerning the white...

09 Jun 2011
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Arts of America [A Mask- Shaman Pendant- A Sully Portrait]

Thesis - 3 pages - Arts and art history

There is a dynamic range of artistic style, cultural influence and quality of the pieces on display in the Arts of Americas wing of the Museum of Fine Arts, in Boston. The variety of the art is reflective of the different cultures represented. The spectrum can be seen throughout the three pieces...

09 Jun 2011
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The Arts of Africa [Opon Igedeu v Nkisi Nkondi]

Thesis - 3 pages - Arts and art history

Throughout African history, artistic creation has been a fundamental element of the livelihood of various cultures. The Yoruba, of Nigeria, hold the aesthetics and criticisms of art to an extremely high standard, of which they can measure personal contentedness with life as a whole. The Chokwe,...

08 Jun 2011
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Pho Pasteur: Drawing in Emersonians and Bostonians

Essay - 3 pages - Arts and art history

It is quite popular among various social groups to have a favorite place to go for gastronomical options. A spot that encapsulates a comforting and familiar atmosphere, and that provides cuisine that is enjoyed and loved by those who flock to it. In Boston, it seems that there would be an endless...

08 Jun 2011
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Global Festivals: An Overview

Essay - 5 pages - Arts and art history

In today's contemporary times, music festivals are held on every continent, except Antarctica. These numerous festivals that take place across the globe each year, are illustrations of cultural identity, in the host country, and in the collection of foreign artists participating in them. The...