Carnegie Mellon College of Fine Arts

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  • My First Day Of High School

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    and found myself growing every day. Today, I no longer fear being unapologetically Marcus. With a profound clarity, I envision myself continuing my journey of self-improvement by studying at Carnegie Mellon as a design major. I found my niche in design because the field allows me to combine my love for the arts and functional aesthetics with my dream of creating an impact on the world. Already, I observed the immediate social impacts of thoughtful communication design as editor-in-chief for our school’s

  • Carnegie Mellon Admission Essay

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    Carnegie Mellon’s schools and programs are a natural fit for the way I have always approached learning. When I read about the joint economics program in the The Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Temper School of Business, I became enthralled by the prospect of college life at Carnegie Mellon. In this program, I can combine my career interests in financial modelling with a deep exploration of economics and other social sciences, allowing for cross-disciplinary learning.

  • POP Art

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    The Definition of POP art “art based on modern popular culture and the mass media, especially as a critical or ironic comment on traditional fine art values.” POP artist tend to push new and exciting things towards the public just to get a reaction, to see amusement, to see the reaction on their viewers face from what they’ve created. I’ve chosen to compare Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol both have remarkable history and fine pieces of art. Roy Lichtenstein born and raised in the Big Apple “New

  • College Essay On Ellis Island

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    almost 20 colleges, Carnegie Mellon became one of my top choices for its various interdisciplinary opportunities. Since very few schools allow the flexibility that I have been looking for in order to pursue my interests, the Bachelor of Computer Science and Arts Intercollege Degree Program immediately caught my attention as soon as I heard about it. The field of virtual reality is still relatively new and growing, so with an exact interdisciplinary study committed towards computer science and art, especially

  • Who Is Andy Warhol Considered An Influential Artist

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    Andy Warhol was a magazine and Ad illustrator that became a leading artist in 1960. He also tried other arts of forms like filming making, performance art, video installations and writing. Early Life Warhol was born august 6, 1928 in pittsburgh pennsylvania in the neighborhood of oakland. His parents were slovakian immigrants. His father Ondrej Warhol a construction worker and his mother Julia Warhol a embroiderer. At age 8 Warhol had a fatal disease of the nervous system that let him down. For months

  • What Is The Difference Between A College And A University

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    1.What is the difference between a college and a university? Explain in five or more sentences. University is an institution of higher education that provides undergraduate studies that leads to a baccalaureate degree. Also, graduate studies leading to advanced degrees in at least three academic and professional fields. Universities offer full undergraduate and graduate programs, there are multiple schools within its system. College is a postsecondary educational institution that

  • My Grandmother Is An Artist

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    I recently asked my grandmother, what is art? My grandmother is an artist and has been one for over fifty years, so I thought she was the best choice to give an opinion on the matter. She described art as being an expression of one’s self; that almost anything could be considered art or artistic. She was a sculptor, so I found her opinion to be a little surprising; she wasn’t a new age type artist, but a trained fine artist who has been featured in museums. She told me that many different forms of

  • Andy Warhol Biography

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    More Than 15 Minutes of Fame Andy Warhol’s name is recognized by all kinds of people, art fanatics, cell phone obsessed teenagers, and even elementary school students. He was one of the most popular American print artists and helped create Pop Art. Warhol is still one of the most prominent artists of American culture. His repetitive style, early childhood struggles, and all-around personality is what makes him stand out. Andy Warhol was born on August 6th, 1928 with the name Andrew Warhola

  • How Did Andy Warhol Contribute To Art

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    every person who knows anything about the art world has heard of the artist named Andy Warhol. A prominent figure in his field during his time, he had a large influence on the public, as well as other artists of that day. He inspired many and brought a new flair to art that made people happy during a time of innovation and change, some good some bad. He is still widely known and recognized today by older and younger generations, who all agree that his art is and always will be timeless. Artists that

  • Andy Warhol 's Influence On The Pop Art Movement

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    Andy Warhol, born Andrew Warhola on August 6, 1928, was one of the most successful artists within the pop art movement. At the age of 8, Warhol was diagnosed with a rare, sometimes fatal, disease named Chorea. Also known as St. Vitus’s dance, a neurological disorder that is characterized by jerky involuntary movements affecting especially the shoulders, hips and face. Warhol, was left bedridden of several months, however during these months was when he found out about his talent for drawing. Later