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Write a short analysis of “Liang Qichao on this trip to America.” Your analysis

Write a short analysis of “Liang Qichao on this trip to America.” Your analysis is supposed to cover the following aspects: (1) the time, author, and the audience of the piece; (2) America in Liang Qichao’s eyes; (3) the main ideas in “Chinese flaws”; (4) how Liang’s contemporaries would receive this piece. Your analysis has to be about 300 words. Going significantly over or under the word limit (less than 200 words or more than 350 words) will result in…

Please write an 8-page paper about an artist, movement, or issue in contemporary

Please write an 8-page paper about an artist, movement, or issue in contemporary art of your choosing: the topic of your paper is up to you. You will need to creatively frame your paper topic and conduct research using academic journal articles, exhibition catalogs, books, and other primary and secondary sources. You must cite at least 4 sources. * Your paper needs a controlling argument or thesis statement. It cannot merely restate or summarize a secondary source. Engage critically with…

I attached screen shots of the questions I’m suppose to answer. One of the scree

I attached screen shots of the questions I'm suppose to answer. One of the screen shots shows the links I am suppose to use to answer. (I will past it on here) For this lesson, there are many sites you can find on photography and graphics. We will visit four in particular and then we will go to the Reflect section . 1.Please go to Site #1: https://artsblock.ucr.edu/Page/california-museum-of-photography (Links to an external site.) This is the the UCR area in…

You are an ancient Egyptian and you are preparing for your afterlife. Please cre

You are an ancient Egyptian and you are preparing for your afterlife. Please create a tomb that fits your needs based on your social status, wealth, occupation, etc. Requirements: Chose the status & occupation of your Egyptian character Pick the time period in which your character is living: predynastic, old kingdom, first intermediate period, middle kingdom, second intermediate period, new kingdom, third intermediate period Pick a type of tomb that fits with your character: pit, mastaba, pyramid, rock-cut tomb Remember…

Lesson 2 -Apply In this section, there are several artists that I want you to re

Lesson 2 -Apply In this section, there are several artists that I want you to review.First, I am going to send you to New York to the Metropolitan Museum and then have you come back to California to a very wonderful site full of art work. Please proceed as follows: Answer ALL the questions below by taking notes or printing out the imagery so that you can write a paper containing all the answers. Compose your paper and then post…

Lesson 3 -Apply For this lesson, you will be paying attention to style, paintin

Lesson 3 -Apply For this lesson, you will be paying attention to style, painting and printmaking. 1.First go to: https://www.metmuseum.org/search-results#!/search?q=escher (Links to an external site.) This is the Met Museum again, and you will look at a print by Escher. and then check out https://mcescher.com/ (Links to an external site.) The second site is: http:// (Links to an external site.)www.pacegallery.com (Links to an external site.) This is a gallery that is owned privately but is open to the public. The…

1. text use Linda Nochlin’s essay, Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists’ o

1. text use Linda Nochlin's essay, Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists' of 1971 as an opening to discuss the hardships and successes women have had trying to become professional artists. Discuss the goals of the early feminist art movements and the prejudices then and today (towards the word 'feminism'. When you finish, discuss the work of two women artists practicing since the 1970s to support the idea that women have achieved much progress. 2. Compare and contrast…

Answer three (3) of the following questions. See also attached figures and refer

Answer three (3) of the following questions. See also attached figures and references. Please consider the questions and focus on the issues and comparisons. 2. Compare Scamozzi’s Palmanova (1615)and Ebenezer Howard’s Garden City (1898). Consider formal/organizational issues and what each represents as an urban idea. 3. Compare the following residential projects in the context of NYC and Paris respectively: Wright and Stein’s Sunnyside Gardens in Queens and the Redent Housing within the Ville Contemporaine of Le Corbusier. 4. Discuss and…