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The City rises & The birth of Venus Write a 2-3 page (typed, double-spaced, Tim

The City rises & The birth of Venus Write a 2-3 page (typed, double-spaced, Times New Roman or comparable 12 pt. font) essay (for each question) that compares/contrasts the images. In your Introduction, begin by identifying the slides in full sentence(s): Artist/Architect/Designer/Director’s full name, Title, & Date. *** Be sure to include a thesis statement (last 1-2 sentences of your introductory paragraph) that links the 2 images. Layout : Paragraph 1 : Medium : Futurism / Renaissance painring Paragraph 2…

Choose ONE example of Hindu art  to compare to ONE example of  Islamic art in or

Choose ONE example of Hindu art  to compare to ONE example of  Islamic art in order to discuss the concept of ANICONIC art.  One of your examples should be iconic and the other should be aniconic in order to compare the two artistic strategies. Please choose examples that are typical of Hindu and Islamic art rather than cleverly trying to find the exception to the rule.  The idea is to compare the general characteristics of Hindu and Islamic art as…

Books: 1.Fighting Chance  The Struggle over Woman Suffrage and Black Suffrage in

Books: 1.Fighting Chance  The Struggle over Woman Suffrage and Black Suffrage in Reconstruction America Ch.1-4 2.The Aftermath of Suffrage  Women, Gender, and Politics in Britain, 1918-1945 Ch.1 - 6 3.The Map Proves It’’ Map Use by the American woman suffrage movement:  = book file 4.The Woman Suffrage Movement in America  A Reassessment Ch.1-3 5.Women's suffrage and social politics in the French Third Republic ch.1-9 If you need help understanding anything let me know I wrote two already I need four…

Short Essay 01:  Analysis of Film mise en scene(approx. 1000 words excludingany

Short Essay 01:  Analysis of Film mise en scene(approx. 1000 words excludingany footnotes & bibliography) Analyze one or more aspects of how mise en sceneis used in onefilm.  Examine how the film’s setting, costumes, makeup, lighting, and/or staging of the actors, contributes to your understanding of its story, characters, and/or themes. For example, some films may confine themselves to just one or two main locations (especially if adapted from a stage play) and the settings may be almost as important…

Visit the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) website (links below) and follow

Visit the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) website (links below) and follow the steps in the order they are listed: - Explore the "About Us" page: https://www.moadsf.org/about-us/our-mission/ (Links to an external site.) - Read the sections, "About Us," "Our Mission," "Our Focus," and "Our Themes" - Tour the digital exhibition, Meet Us Quickly: Painting for Justice from Prison: https://www.moadsf.org/meet-us-quickly/ (Links to an external site.) - Click "Full Essay" and read "The Art of Proximity" by Rahsaan "New York" Thomas…

Read for class Monday Feb 15: Urvashi Butalia, “An Archive with a Difference:  P

Read for class Monday Feb 15: Urvashi Butalia, “An Archive with a Difference:  Partition Letters” (208-241), in The Partitions of Memory. Butalia--An Archive with a Difference Kabir, Ananya Jahanara, “Gender, Memory, Trauma: Women's Novels on the Partition of India,” in Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, 25, 1 (2005): 177-190. Kabir, Gender Memory Traumat

Choose an object from the time frame of the course (roughly the years spanning f

Choose an object from the time frame of the course (roughly the years spanning from 1500 to 1800) and feel free to challenge yourself by venturing beyond the traditional ‘fine arts.’ Paintings and sculptures, but also ceramic vessels, metalwork, furniture, garments, maps, printed broadsheets, drawings, or even entire buildings are appropriate subjects for your paper. You must have direct access to the work that you choose (e.g. from the Meadows Museum or Bridwell Library’s exhibition spaces) – although reproductions abound,…

Here are the instructions for the paper: Identify the document. Identify at leas

Here are the instructions for the paper: Identify the document. Identify at least 3 things that the author said that you think are important for understanding art in the class. Why do you think this was written? If possible, relate this to a work (or works) of art found in the textbook. Provide visual reference to the class. What passages help to tell you why it was written? Provide quotations. Why do you think this was selected for this class?…