Imagine a third grader, small and blonde, standing on a stage that practically swallows her. She gazes in awe at the bright lights that seem to tower miles above her head; likewise, she follows with a stare, fixating on the hundreds of darkened faces that remain directly in front of her. Unlike her classmates who fidget with nerves beside her, she feels a rush of adrenaline. What may have seemed to some an ordinary choir concert in a dull auditorium, was, to me, a life changing moment. Ever since this day, for 9 years now, I have had an unwavering passion for music and performing. As I aged, I found myself excitedly learning how to play 7 new instruments, but even considering the vast number of bands, orchestras, choirs, and instrumental lessons that I joined, I noticed myself
Intro to Art/Art 100 Pre-Raphaelites I visited National Gallery of Art, Washington DC on Friday, March 29, 2013 to see the exhibition “Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Art and Design, 1848-1900”.
Chow Chow, 1915 by Franz Ziegler Franz F. Zeigler was born in Germany in 1869 and came to This could either be a Grizzly Bear or a Kodiak bear. This sculpture is number 112 out of 1500.
I now realise that the Arts, including music, creates opportunities to engage, inspire and enrich our lives. Music making and responding can challenge, provoke responses and enrich our knowledge and understanding of ourselves, our communities and the world.
This paper is a formal analysis of the Marble grave stele with a family group relief sculpture. It is a pentelic marble style relief standing at 171.1cm tall carved by a master. It is from the Late Classical period of Greek, Attic which was completed around ca.360 B.C. . I chose to analyze this piece as apposed to the others because I’m mainly attracted to art and sculptures from the Greek era. The overall color used in this relief is ivory with a few cracks and pieces broken off. There is some discoloration which causes the color to come off as slightly light brown for most of the relief. The sculpture appears larger compared to the other sculptures in the art room. It represents a family which includes a man, his wife, and their
However, the “live” is still typically absent. As the audience for this kind of art, we are always complicit in its meaning. This ringing especially true to any sort of “live” performance. With artworks such as this, one has to allow for themselves to be changed in response to the stimuli. O’Grady pushed the limits when it came to identity in her pieces, she went against the norm and decided to be different. Others chose to intervene into public spaces such as the street, or in this case a parade, to instigate a conversation between the viewer and performer - as one, they work together to allow for later viewers to understand the motif and the
Art 101 Writing assignment 1 Bill-zhyad Amadou 09/05/2015 The definition of art is notoriously difficult and is a field of philosophical inquiry as such. The meaning of the word "art" are multiple, sediment and cross each other in the language. Missing uses of the word are present in expressions and help to make the subject more that difficult. However, according to my studies, art is an expression, a symbolic way to communicate. Its key is to make something subject or scientific, for instance: an object that went through certain modification would be consider an art. We have a different type of arts but I will only be focusing on this tree types: prehistoric art, art of the ancient near east and art of ancient Egypt.
Fall 2012 Prof. Sudit Cost and Quality Management – Answers to Assignment VI 1. Productivity can be thought of as: A) the relationship between what is produced and what is required to produce it. B) doing more with less. C) the ratio of output to input. D) only A and C are correct. E) answers A, B and C are all correct. 2. A primary objective in measuring productivity is to improve operations either by using fewer inputs to produce the same output, or to produce:
Imagine pondering into a reconstruction of reality through only the visual sense. Without tasting, smelling, touching, or hearing, it may be hard to find oneself in an alternate universe through a piece of art work, which was the artist’s intended purpose. The eyes serve a much higher purpose than to view an object, the absorptions of electromagnetic waves allows for one to endeavor on a journey and enter a world of no limitation. During the 15th century, specifically the Early Renaissance, Flemish altarpieces swept Europe with their strong attention to details. Works of altarpieces were able to encompass significant details that the audience may typically only pay a cursory glance. The size of altarpieces was its most obvious feat but
Student Learning Outcomes Students will: 1. Develop and clearly define their ideas through writing; 2. Ethically integrate sources of various kinds into their writing; 3. Compose texts through drafting, revising, and completing a finished product; 4. Express themselves through their writing by posing questions, making original claims, and coherently structuring complex ideas;
Art is method of expressing a person creativity. Depending on the level of creativity and uniqueness makes the art valuable. The purpose of Chicago Art fair was to rejoice in the remembrance Christopher Columbus discovery of America, at that time 400 years ago. From modern time, 12 and half decades ago, Chicago was epic center of art. Millions of people came from all over the world just to be in attendance. Therefore, the fair needed additional time for preparation to accommodate those millions of people. Every major artist in America came to showcase their talent and unveil their exhibits. Each state had a monument of art that represented their state. In 1893, the culture was different, a lot of events was acceptable that should have not
All over the world, art is used to represent many things, especially the artist's imagination
Art Class Students often wonder why they are getting bad grades in school. Students wonder if they did not study enough or may not have studied, but really they can just study with art class! One might think “What, art class?, what do you mean how can art affect one’s grades?” Art classes can help graduation rates, rewire your brain in fabulous ways, and increase grades in core subjects like math, reading, and english.
Art Class Philosophy Ever since the first grade when I would hear the wheels of Miss Arthur’s art cart coming down the hall to our classroom, I could feel the excitement of what was to come. The knowledge that we were about to see something wonderful and get to try our hand at it. To this day when I step in a classroom I get the same feeling, a feeling of endless possibilities. The art room is a place for hands on learning that lets the student explore mediums and problem solve in their own unique way. When teaching art I constantly ask myself “Is this something I would want to do?” because if I wouldn’t want to do it, then I could not sell the idea to a class full of students! If I am excited about an idea I will be able to express this
I'm sure many of you can recall going to an orchestra concert, saw the band perform at a football game, or attended a play. You may not know what goes on behind the scenes. Many schools are lessening the fine arts program's funding and/or resources. The fine arts are an important part of education and development and should not be phased out.