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In this module we have introduced several core elements and building blocks for art.

In this journal you will demonstrate an understanding of some of the fundamental concepts about color as presented in the class material (video lectures and/or textbook).
In this module we have introduced several core elements and building blocks for art.
Part I: Fred Horowitz’s course video Formal Elements of Art: Color 00:24:36 introduces Josef Albers and his ideas about color. Include in your journal: https://washtenaw.ensemblevideo.com/hapi/v1/contents/permalinks/s4M2KyZd/view
According to Horowitz, who is Josef Albers?
Explain Albers’ approach to color in art following Fred’s introduction. Use specifics. Remember, your reader has not seen the video.
Find and post a painting (not the one in the UMMA or the ones introduced in the video) by Josef Albers. Identify the work, giving title and date. Then explain how it demonstrates some of his ideas about color.
Part II: In this part you will demonstrate your understanding of the lecture and textbook material on the subject of Color.
Seurat, van Gogh, and Matisse (all found in the Art Gallery) are artists known to manipulate color for formal, scientific, psychological and/or expressive purposes. Analyze one of the artists and his use of color from the choices below.
Define the three types of color (local, optical, and expressive).
Select one the artworks listed below and post it into your journal.
Identify and analyze the type of color the artist used in your chosen work.
What was the artist trying to achieve, demonstrate, or express through color? What is the effect on the viewer?
Seurat, Sunday Afternoon on La Grande Jatte, 1884–86
Van Gogh, The Bedroom, Night Café, or Starry Night
Matisse, Joy of Life, 1905-06, or The Red Studio

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This is the website for the organization

This is the website for the organization
https://www.menil.org/
And you can download the book from this link
https://b-ok.cc/book/16835038/143491

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2 samples are shown below + elements of art + instructions

Based on the two artworks chose 9 elements of art for each based on the paper below and write a brief paragraph of 3 sentences at least for each element and must add a picture as an explanation for each element.
2 samples are shown below + elements of art + instructions

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This assignment has 3 parts – please complete all the parts

Please see the attached document for the guidelines
This Assignment has 3 PARTS – Please complete all the PARTS

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Provide in-text citations in mla and references.

Hello writer please follow the instructions attached, use the chapter uploaded and an outside source. Provide in-text citations in MLA and references. Follow the format the peer did. Do no plagiarize.

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Submit a 200-250 word reading response for each reading, and there are two readings.

Submit a 200-250 word reading response for each reading, and there are two readings. Responses should give a summary of the reading and your opinion of the content presented. Citation is no needed.

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Do not choose artworks from the chapter text in this unit whose contexts have already been explained.

Background: In chapter 5 of your textbook, the authors discussed the ways that we look at art to find meaning. Information that we can gather can explain what a work of art means or what the artist might be telling. That information includes the historical, social, personal, political and scientific context in which the artist created the artwork (5.3)
Purpose: This assignment will help you place works of art within the socio-cultural context that existed when an artist was working. It will encourage you to look more closely at the details of a work’s composition for clues about the meaning of the artwork. This assignment will guide you to apply the concepts and vocabulary in the textbook.
Task:
Choose two artworks that can be talked about within a socio-cultural context (historical, social, personal, political and/or scientific contexts). Your choices should reflect different contexts from each other for variety. Make sure to identify the work of art by both title and artist, and include a photograph (a screenshot will do) so that students will know what you are writing about. You may choose these artworks from the Your Definition of Art and Modern and Contemporary Artists page in Unit 1, the Drawings and Sculpture: the Structure of Art Discussion PDF in Unit 2, or the Definitions of Art: Definitions and Examples in Unit 2. Do NOT choose artworks from the chapter text in this unit whose contexts have already been explained. Feel free to use those explanations as models, however.
In your first paragraph, thoroughly explain the context for the first artwork’s creation, and discuss how understanding the context for the work’s creation helps us to understand the work of art. Make sure you are specific and discuss this in-depth. Base your discussion on the information in the textbook and additional research.
In your second paragraph, repeat step 2 for your second work of art.
Make sure to utilize the Key Terms (words in bold and defined in the key terms section at the end of the chapter).
Your post should be at least 150 words.
Respond to at least two (2) of your classmates’ posts on their discussion of socio-cultural contexts. Make sure that your response is thoughtful and intended to add to the discussion. Each response should be at least 50 words.
do not choose the artwork in the file attached
BOOK USED Introduction to Art: Design, Context, and Meaning Author Pamela Sachant, Jeffrey LeMieux, Rita Tekippe, Peggy Blood

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Then discuss why the artists may have chosen that approach, and what the artist might have been trying to say.

BOOK USED Introduction to Art: Design, Context, and Meaning Author Pamela Sachant, Jeffrey LeMieux, Rita Tekippe, Peggy Blood
Background: In your chapter, the authors discussed different types of art based on the degree of representation (4.4). Some artists strive for idealization and others work for a realistic depiction of their subjects. Still other artists use abstraction or non-representational/non-objective styles. Artists use different types of representation in order to convey certain messages.
Purpose: Differentiate between the different degrees of representation that artists use to depict objects and figures, and write about the reasons artists choose these different types of representation. This assignment will encourage you to examine works of art and guide you to apply the concepts and vocabulary in the textbook.
Task:
Choose two works of art that represent a different degree of representation: idealization, naturalism, abstraction or non-representational/non-objective. Identify and include a photograph (a screenshot will do) of the work of art so that other students will know what you are writing about. You may choose these artworks from the Your Definition of Art and Modern and Contemporary Artists page in Unit 1, the Drawings and Sculpture: the Structure of Art Discussion PDF in Unit 2, or the Definitions of Art: Definitions and Examples in Unit 2. Do NOT choose artworks from the chapter text in this unit whose contexts have already been explained. Feel free to use those explanations as models, however.
Explain the characteristics that make your first selected work of art an example of its type of representation.
Then discuss why the artists may have chosen that approach, and what the artist might have been trying to say. Base your discussion on the information in the textbook and/or additional research. Make sure to utilize the Key Terms (words in bold and defined in the Key Terms section at the end of the chapter.
Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for your second selected work of art.
Your entire post should be at least 150 words.
I attached my unit 1 discussion to view the art.

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After reading kwon and mok, can you explain why korea wanted to show emperor gojong in photography and invent a national flag or other symbols?

After reading Kwon and Mok, can you explain why Korea wanted to show Emperor Gojong in photography and invent a national flag or other symbols?

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You will upload weekly writing, documentation, and research on your project: success, failure, process, etc. to quercus.

You will upload weekly writing, documentation, and research on your project: success,
failure, process, etc. to Quercus. Including: links to sites you found interesting, photos of your
work in progress, readings, thoughts, images, videos links, etc.
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Discipline: Studio Art