Single spaced only! Assign. #4 Hello! This is for my Art in western world class.

Single spaced only!
Assign. #4
Hello! This is for my Art in western world class. You have to answer all 4 questions, and each question needs to be a page long, single spaced. I couldnt attach the PDF of the book but I attached 2 screenshots from the book that need to be used for the 4th question. I could always email you the book PDF I just couldn’t paste it in here as it was too big of a file.
1.
Discuss the development of Manuscript illumination between the 600 and 1000ce, using the specific examples shown in the text that range from the British Isles, France, and Germany.
What to write about: What do they have in common?How do they differ?How are influences shared?Importance of Monasticism or private patronage.
2.Discuss the importance of the pilgrimage routes on the development of Church and monastery construction. Use the best examples of your choice.
3.Using the cathedral at Chartres as your main focus, discuss the new trends in architectural structure and design as the new Gothic era replaces the Romanesque period building.Include earlier Saint-Etienne at Caen and the later Reims cathedral (not in text, but in video) as your bookends for design leaps.
4.Briefly compare the earlier sculpture of Chartres’ west façade to those of the south portal, and then conclude with the west portal sculpture style at Reims. All in textbook.

APA 6th edition! Writing assignment – Term paper Music Appreciation Fall 2021 Fi

APA 6th edition!
Writing assignment – Term paper
Music Appreciation Fall 2021
Find, Listen, Research
Go to www.youtube.com
Find any video of these 4 world famous classical music performers (do all 4):
Manuel Barrueco, 500 words
Lang Lang, 500 words
Joshua Bell, 500 words
Kathleen Battle. 500 words
(make sure the sound quality is pleasant and loud enough for you)Any piece of music they play is fine! 2-10 minutes in length.
Write a minimum -2000 word paper using the following process and criteria:
****minimum 500 words for each performer/performance
Follow this procedure for “each” performer/performance!
Listen to entire piece that you choose!
A. write a short biography of the performer
B. find out who composed the piece of music and- write a short biography of the composer
C. research and describe the piece of music using these criteria:
1.) period/style
2.) discuss at least 1 structural concept,
D. Your personal thoughts of the music in at least 2 sentences!
After you finish each of the four performers, do a proofreading and proof listening!
➢ Each performance – biography of performer, biography of composer, music description/analysis.Minimum 500 per.
➢ 12 point font double spaced
➢ Include cover page
➢ Internet research is acceptable –
➢ Plagiarism is Unacceptable and will result in a 0% grade.This includes any and all copy and pasting that I discover.It is not worth it so please don’t do it!
➢ Use any info/websites except Wikipedia – or you will get a 0%
➢ Due date: see module where to upload
➢**** bibliography is required*****
➢ The paper should be 2000 words minimum with extra cover page and bibliography

The advent of music video fundamentally changed not only the way in which audien

The advent of music video fundamentally changed not only the way in which audiences received new music, but also placed heightened emphasis on the role of image in the music industry. Select either an artist or a music video that you feel has engaged in an interesting way with image in their work. What about the use of image stands out to you? Do you feel your example has had an impact on the music industry or society more broadly?

reflect on whether you think that Jehane Noujaim’s The Square (2013) adheres mor

reflect on whether you think that Jehane Noujaim’s The Square (2013) adheres more to the realist or the formalist mode of documentary filmmaking. Refer briefly to a particular scene to support your position, making sure to indicate where the scene is found in the film (1:15:30) (hour:minute:second).250 words minimum.
use very simple language

In the article Banksy opens Walled off Hotel in Bethlehem published by Al Jazeer

In the article Banksy opens Walled off Hotel in Bethlehem published by Al Jazeera, we see the political statements Banksy is making through his artwork. How is Banksy connected to the history of Graffiti and street art? And how has Banksy used graffiti and street art to deploy his political statements?
YOU CAN USE THE LINK BELOW FOR YOUR REFERENCE
https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-1980s-cult-artist-rammellzee-mesmerized-basquiat-beastie-boys
https://www.getty.edu/visit/cal/events/ev_3307.html?utm_source=hyperallergic&utm_medium=post&utm_campaign=la_graffiti_black_book_conversation
https://www.aljazeera.com/features/2017/3/4/banksy-opens-walled-off-hotel-in-bethlehem#:~:text=Secretive%20British%20street%20artist%20Banksy,all%20the%20rooms%20face%20it.
https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-5-pointz-artists-won-675-million-lawsuit-developer-destroyed-work
https://www.cnn.com/style/article/futura-street-artist/index.html
https://ninetyeightbowery.squarespace.com/return-to-the-bowery/art-new-york-pg4
https://www.getty.edu/visit/cal/events/ev_3307.html?utm_source=hyperallergic&utm_medium=post&utm_campaign=la_graffiti_black_book_conversation
https://www.sprayplanet.com/blogs/news/a-history-of-graffiti-the-60s-and-70s

Essay Guidelines Each Unit Essay should be 1,000–1,500 words and fully address t

Essay Guidelines
Each Unit Essay should be 1,000–1,500 words and fully address the chosen topic for that Unit. Essays should be typewritten, double-spaced, properly punctuated, and correctly spelled. Students should draw their own conclusions and observations and not merely recite what someone else has written about the topic. Each essay should demonstrate thoughtfulness, originality, clarity, and general writing effectiveness and should include specific examples and quotations from the work(s) in question. This essay is an opportunity to react thoughtfully to material read and viewed.
Source citations are required for each Unit Essay: Andrew Spicer’s Film Noir MUST be a cited source as well as one additional source from the assigned course readings. Essay format and citations should conform to APA style guidelines (consistency is the key). All cited sources should be identified in text and at the end of the essay in a References section. Note: An abstract is not required.
Each essay must have a VERY SPECIFIC TITLE—it should include the name of the selected film or novel, a focused topic or theme, and one or more preview details related to the Essay’s specific area(s) of focus. Subtitles with a colon may help convey all these criteria.
WEAK: “Lighting in Double Indemnity” or “Femme Fatales in Film Noir”
STRONG: “Themes of Entrapment in the Lighting Motifs of Double Indemnity” or “Pandora, Cassandra, Eve, and Lilith: Variations on the Femme Fatale in Kiss Me Deadly”
Choose one of the following topics:
Film noir was directly influenced by the rise of hardboiled fiction published from the late 1920s through the 1940s. Identify, describe, and discuss the ways in which specific hardboiled elements of narration, scenes, pacing, and language contribute to one or more character portrayals in Cain’s novel The Postman Always Rings Twice. Make sure to integrate direct quotes from the novel to demonstrate and support key insights.
Examine Billy Wilder’s film Double Indemnity in terms of lighting or sound techniques (do not address both). Research and integrate information about the key artistic and/or technical traits of the specific lighting or sound technicians who worked on the film. Identify, describe, and discuss ways in which symbolic elements of lighting or sound design contribute to one or more character portrayals in the film.
Some course lecture video LINKS:

In 750 words, compare and contrast two symbolist paintings by two different symb

In 750 words, compare and contrast two symbolist paintings by two different symbolist artists. Explain the thematic content and describe the style of each artwork.
Include the following aspects in the assignment:
·Names of two artists, titles of two artworks, dates, and media
·Describe the thematic content of each artwork
·Explain how each artist uses style to express the theme of their artwork
·Interpret the iconography in each artwork

Chapter 7 Reproduction and Sexuality Instruction: So far, this week has covered

Chapter 7 Reproduction and Sexuality
Instruction:
So far, this week has covered Reproduction & Sexuality & Art & the Body.These chapters have distinct artistic ideas, styles, social & historical developments that involve visual art.With each image, explain 1 development, idea, or event that you feel had the greatest impact on the art production of that image.Please make sure to also include the importance of each image (subject & meaning) & the medium.
Sources: the textbook, the Instructor PDF files & the Khan Academy (the only outside accepted digital source). This means that if you quote a passage from the textbook, it MUST be cited. This goes for the instructor’s PDF files. How to Avoid Plagiarism…
Remember, your post is in your own words. DO NOT copy the information, word for word, from the textbook or the Instructor PDF files. If you do this, you will receive a ZERO for this Assignment. In addition, if you look up information on the Khan Academy, you must also rewrite it in your own words. Do not Google your answer. For help with citing, please refer to the Syllabus.
Materials:
>The 3 images that you are explaining are in the files.
*Image 1 – Venus of Willendorf, Austria, c. 25,000 – 20,000 BCE, stone
*Image 2 – Manet, Olympia, France, 1863, oil on canvas
*Image 3 – Michelangelo, David, Italy, 1501-04, marble
>This is the link for the pdf file of the book. Click “Get” to download. http://library.lol/main/93CC26D31B3B282BCB54AE061A99D967
>Instructor’s PDFs files are in the files.

Answer the following 2 questions: 1. Orientalism Key Concept Review: We initiall

Answer the following 2 questions:
1. Orientalism Key Concept Review: We initially engaged Orientalism in Smith’s “Heteropatriarchy and the Three Pillars of White Supremacy.” As Smith writes, “The logic of Orientalism marks certain peoples or nations as inferior and as posing a constant threat to the well-being of empire” (68). How do this week’s films (Aladdin and Mulan) and learning materials deepen your understanding of Orientalism as a gendered project? For example, how might depictions of gender – including gender non-conformity – within Mulan relate to Orientalist constructions of (East) Asian peoples and communities? How might Aladdin affirm or otherwise relate to Orientalist constructions of Arab men/masculinity? Please include specific examples from one of this week’s assigned films and engage at least one additional element from our Week Eight learning materials (150 words).
2. Re-Imagining Children’s Media Activity: Please respond to one of the following prompts. This application activity anticipates the format and approach of our Children’s Media Project (≈100 words).
1. How might a film based upon Maxine Hong Kingston’s “White Tigers” differ from Mulan? With attention to gender and race, what might an audience that includes children learn or carry forward from your imagined film?
2.Aladdin’s fictional Agrabah is a muddled, Orientalist rendering of Arab, West Asian, and South Asian cultures. Could you amend or re-work Aladdin to disrupt or counter this Orientalist messaging? With attention to gender and race, what might an audience that includes children learn or carry forward from your imagined re-working of Aladdin?
3.Please imagine an alternate narrative or resource (zine, infographic, vlog, etc.) that disrupts or counters Orientalism. With attention to gender and race, how might you engage intersectional approaches in creating this narrative or resource?
Here is this week learning materials (require to read)
1. Aladdin PDF
2. https://www.bitchmedia.org/article/problem-aladdin
3. Mulan Disney PDF
4. Diversity in Disney PDF
5. Hong Kingston PDF

(This course name is Typography class) Attend a design related lecture. Due to C

(This course name is Typography class) Attend a design related lecture.
Due to COVID-19 I’m allowing you to attend a virtual lecture, but you must provide proof of the lecture such as flyer, online post, online ticket confirmation, etc. Turn in a one page written report about the lecture and what you got from it. Don’t just give me a bio from the presentor or the description from the lecture announcement. The point of you attending a lecture is to learn something about design and how it might relate to you.