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New Tango by Astor Piazzolla


TERM PAPER
The idea of this 6 pages (or 1500 words) paper is to practice the Essay format writing. In a nutshell, an essay is a short piece of writing on a particular subject. The Main theme here is, obviously, Latin American music because thats the concentration of this course. So you can choose a music topic from any country between Mexico and Argentina.
What do you want to choose as your subject? It can be a Music Genre or Style, an Artist, a Composer, a performer, a Song, a Band, a Record (like Vinyl or CD), a Dance or form of Dance, a music style that influenced other art forms, a Movie, a Play, etc.

Simple steps that will guide you through the essay writing process: 1. Decide on your topic.
2. Prepare an outline or diagram of your ideas.
3. Write your thesis statement.
4. Write the body. Write the main points. Write the sub points. 5. Write the introduction.
6. Write the conclusion.
7. Add the finishing touches.
In case youre wondering which ki

Art Appreciation HUM102 Analyze the work of 10 artists, answering 7 questions about each

For this project, select one artist from each of the following movements to research:

1. Neoclassicism
Benjamin West, Angelica Kauffman. Antonio Canova

2. Romanticism
Caspar Friedrich, Henry Fuseli. Thodore Gricault

3. Impressionism
Berthe Morisot, Mary Cassatt, Alfred Sisley

4. Post-Impressionism
Pierre Bonnard, Paul Srusier, Emil Bernard

5. Expressionism and Fauvism
Franz Marc, Georges Rouault, Andr Derain

6. Cubism and Futurism
Sonia Delaunay, Alice Bailly, Gino Severini

7. Dada and Surrealism
Max Ernst, Hannah Hch, Yves Tanguy

8. Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art
Cy Twombly, Joan Mitchell, James Rosenquist

9. Minimalism and Post-Minimalism
Robert Ryman, Robert Morris, James Turrell

10. Postmodernism and Deconstructivism
Yasomasa Morimura, Daniel Libeskind, David Salle

Questions
Once youve selected the 10 artists, youll need to research answers to the following seven questi

Film Radio

While a commercial network sitcom airs for a 30-minute period, the actual program time (length of scripted content) is only 20-22 minutes.  It varies from network-to-network.  It's even less time with shows in syndication.  Writers have to take into consideration where to have certain scenes end and pick up between commercials.  As they say, 'time is of the essence' with regard to this critical timing.  If a show is produced and recorded which runs over it's allotted time, the network will 'kick' it back to the production company to trim down the time.  It has to be exactly what the network requires.

When you think about it, this is where the networks are at a disadvantage over streaming services like Netflix since they do not have that time restraint that the networks must adhere to each hour of the day.  If a Netflix shows runs over or under the a specified time, it is not really a problem.  Since I work on both a traditional network sho

Melodrama

In this analytical essay, you will compare and contrast the melodrama genre/mode within two-three films united either by auteurism, story, period, or national cinema (choose only one of these other categories). You will choose two-three melodrama films to focus on (you must find these films on your own)
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according to one of these categories. You will compare and contrast those two-three films in order to answer your research question, which should address the intersection of the two methods of classification in the three films. If melodrama and the other classification method is not in your research question, youre on the wrong track. Choose one of the following options.

I choose option number two:
2: Analysis of genre and story
For this option, you may analyze the differences in style, direction, mise-en-scne, acting, etc. in two different adaptations of the same script or story. Your focus should be on the evolution of the melodrama genre/mode through the two-th

Heinz (Ketchup Brand)

Typography:
- define a set of typefaces used for all communications.
- define a generic layout (line height, text treatment etc) on the brand Heinz.
- Define a tone of voice with colours (warm, cold, fresh, active, dynamic)
- Define a style of images (use stock images).
- Define its brand value
- Define and add branding elements (images included)

- Find the following brand related communication:
Brand guidelines (sometimes referred to as brand manual, design manual/guidelines, corporate design manual/guidelines) rather difficult to find, but possible.
Annual reports of the last 5 years.
Brand elements, such as logo, product images, historical images most brands have an extensive investor relations/press area on their website, those pages can be a resource for brand information as well.

-  Make a moodboard of every branding element:

collate image style and colours into one moodboard
list the corporate typography and unique fea

Art

Your Interpretation of the Art Object's Content (your critical judgment) (Answer question A):
A. Based on all the activities connected with the above, please respond to the each of the following questions three (3) or more well-considered paragraphs* total OR one paragraph per question as appropriate to the subject and needed content seen below. I recommend one paragraph per question to INSURE you answer all the questions.
1. Describe the artist's intention and to what degree does the art object communicate it?

2. Has the artist used the medium, technique or process sensitively in relation to the above?

3. How does it make you feel and think? Why?

4. How does it relate to you in relation to the world or universe as a whole?

5. In what ways does it remind you of other art objects seen or studied in this course? Name the titles of the artworks, artists and make direct comparisons. (Make sure this is supported with examples of objects, paintings, etc.

Discuss Form Content and subject mater of a picture enclosed

Format
Describe the use of each visual element and principle of design in the order they are listed in the outline. You can simply list each term and address how it is used in the painting. If you write in paragraph form be sure to identify each term clearly. Any term not addressed will receive 0 points. Provide specific examples. For example, dont just say there are lines, give specific examples of how line is used in the piece youve selected
Papers should be 500 words minimum (not including images), double-spaced, 10 or 12 point, with 1" margins. The preferred format is Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx). If these formats are not available, other acceptable formats are ASCII (.txt), rich text format (.rtf), Open Office (.odt), and PDF. Make sure you proofread your papers for incorrect grammar, spelling, punctuation, and other errors


Introduction (First Paragraph)
In the first paragraph, called the introduction, you will include:
    An identificatio

The Dutch India Company and the Arts

Write about a critical selection of a piece of work that reflects the themes and ideas that are relevant to the contexts and ideas discussed about the Dutch India Company and the arts: Still-life painting due to Protestant church being iconoclastic, symbolism of items in paintings, the emergence of Genre Painting, exotic fruits (citrus) and flowers (tulips, etc) seen in paintings because they prove wealth, and imports of Chinese porcelain, etc. The work chosen must illustrate a major artistic, cultural, and/or political development and its impact on the arts.

Please make the date, title, and artist clear, and your artwork must be in chronological order.

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(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rARGPAkIcw4)

The form of this piece is not traditional, and it is not a traditional length.  The chorus, which begins at 0:00 and ends at 0:30, is repeated, concluding the second time at 1:00.  This is not a blues form, but it can be represented schematically as AAB.  That is, there is an A section, which is then repeated; and the B section that follows is the same length as the two A sections combined.  How many bars do you count in the chorus (0:00 - 0:30)?

Describe how this trio of musicians phrases the melody together.  Describe how Evans uses chords to support the melody.  Does is sound written?  Is it harmonized?  Is the trio unified? Describe what LaFaro plays during the melody.  Is he just keeping time? After the melody Evans begins his solo at 01:01.  How many choruses does Evans solo?  How many choruses does LaFaro solo?  How is the melody played at the end of the piece?

see instructions

(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rARGPAkIcw4)

The form of this piece is not traditional, and it is not a traditional length.  The chorus, which begins at 0:00 and ends at 0:30, is repeated, concluding the second time at 1:00.  This is not a blues form, but it can be represented schematically as AAB.  That is, there is an A section, which is then repeated; and the B section that follows is the same length as the two A sections combined.  How many bars do you count in the chorus (0:00 - 0:30)?

Describe how this trio of musicians phrases the melody together.  Describe how Evans uses chords to support the melody.  Does is sound written?  Is it harmonized?  Is the trio unified? Describe what LaFaro plays during the melody.  Is he just keeping time? After the melody Evans begins his solo at 01:01.  How many choruses does Evans solo?  How many choruses does LaFaro solo?  How is the melody played at the end of the piece?