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    I believe art a door to a another dimension because it can put you can a zone, it can change your mood, and art has a way of expressing yourself. For example I remember the time when I had to do my chores. I was absolutely dreading washing the dishes. So, to pass time, I decided to listen to music. Art can put you in a zone. I remember one Saturday I had finished all my homework and decided to clean the kitchen because I wanted to surprise my parents for fun. So while I was washing the dishes I

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    realist part of me, for that is the part that shows when I’m working or at school. The part of me that people do not see however, is the part of me that loves stories. When I am reading a book, watching a movie, listening to music, or acting on stage, I put myself in the place of the characters. This is the only time I can let myself drift into the story and imagine what I know can never really happen. These forms of art allow me to be an optimist and dream, which is the real side of me. Music is one

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    dream of mine to create art in such a way, that a stranger could feel the same way I felt creating it. I create art for many different reasons, but the most important reason why is it makes me happy. Even though I am only seventeen years old, I know what I want from my future, to be happy. For over a decade of my life I

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    Art is personal; an expression of inner thoughts and desires, affecting the way I not only see the world but myself. In order for a person to grow they must know who they are, their aspirations, the true nature of their thoughts, and their actuality of their persona; the physicality of art has given me this knowledge. With practicing in the arts I am able to grow as a person and I am able to see that growth within me.  For with the expression of creativity, comes an outlet, an outlet of the unconscious

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    Do you know what your name means? The meaning of your name can say a lot about you. Some people base name of figures of authority or after someone they knew before. Most people have three parts to their name: first, middle, and last. This means that each on can describe you in different ways. – Each part of the name means and describes an attribute about you. My first name is Kaleb. Kaleb can also me spelled as Caleb, which is first used in the Bible. Kaleb is a Hebrew name meaning brave. Caleb

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    assignment is on Page 112, fig. 7, of “What Are You Looking At?” written by Will Gompertz. The title of the piece is “The Kiss” by Auguste Roden and it was made in 1901-1904. This piece to me is beautiful and more so than the version on page 113 because of how smooth the entire statue looks. Even the rocks, while they do look rough, also have a smooth look to them. As indicated in the book, the people kissing are not important at all which is almost relieving because art with a focal point on two specific

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    possibility of me being accepted by better college. Such “academic success” contains high SAT score, 4.0 GPA, abundant extra-curricular activities, including the ones that I personally will not be interested in ever. All I aspired after was the chance of attending a prestigious college, with no reasons; I deliberated about nothing in regard to why attending a prestigious college would be beneficial to me because what I have thought at all time was highly ranked college would offer me a higher stage

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    What is art? What does it mean to be a part of the art? Every September Grand Rapids hosts Art Prize which is the largest art competition in the world. What does that mean? The city turns into a rainbow of color, and a sea of people. Artists, spectators, and critics alike gather to embrace the two week experience. Art Prize was launched by Rick Davos, to ignite conversation in Grand Rapids. A conservative Christian city dominated by Republic views, private art, subversive racism, and homelessness

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    forms of art that portray a vast variety of perspectives of our universe, religion, groups of people, animals, and much more. Is there an intersection between the Christian faith and Art and if so, is there a purpose? If the Christian faith and art overlap, then does that mean that there is such a thing as Christian Art? Answers to these questions vary from person to person, which is why they are questions that are still being asked today. In my opinion, I believe that the Christian faith and Art intersect

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    Rough Draft Identity is what defines us as a person. Everyone one on earth has their own unique identity. To showcase my identity, I created a collage of images and descriptive words, called an identi-kit. This identi-kit shows what I feel like is my identity to myself and the others. My identi-kit identifies me as a mixed martial artist. The identi-kit has images of a deadly shark with mixed martial arts gloves on that say mixed martial arts on the front and fight shorts with the words competitor

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