Presentation on theme: "Forward Reflection By: Chad Bonar. ` Printing: This poster is 48 wide by 36 high. Its designed to be printed on a large-format printer. Customizing the."— Presentation transcript:
` Printing: This poster is 48 wide by 36 high. Its designed to be printed on a large-format printer. Customizing the Content: The placeholders in this poster are formatted for you. Type in the placeholders to add text, or click an icon to add a table, chart, SmartArt graphic, picture or multimedia file. To add or remove bullet points from text, just click the Bullets button on the Home tab. If you need more placeholders for titles, content or body text, just make a copy of what you need and drag it into place. PowerPoints Smart Guides will help you align it with everything else. Want to use your own pictures instead of ours? No problem! Just right-click a picture and choose Change Picture. Maintain the proportion of pictures as you resize by dragging a corner. Forward Location In the picture above the Forward is out side of Parks Library but it will not stay their for ever. The sculpture is moved every five years to get a new feeling of the art piece (Froward.) Artist William King was born in 1925 and has lived most of his life in New York City making sculptures (Forward.) Back Ground The Forward Made in 1984 By: William King Made of aluminum. Was purchased for the campus by two ISU alums. Came to ISU in 1991. Is located by Parks Library and moves every five years. (Forward.) The Image bellow is one of the Forward on Iowa States Campus. William King with his equipment.
Work Cited Forward. Art on Campus. University Museums, 2009. Web. 15 Oct. 2013. Forward. Iowa State University, Photostream. Daniel Black, 14 Nov. 2010. Web. 10 Nov. 2013. Bill King, Dennis Oppenheim, and Janet Goleas. A conversation with sculptor William King. Blinnk. Blinnk.blogspot.com, 2012. Web. 10 Nov. 2013.
Visual 1 I used this picture to show my audience what William King looked like. I also used it because it shows him in his prime spot with all his supplies. His main pieces of art are usually made of the exact materials shown in this picture.
Visual 2 I used this picture because it depicts exactly what I saw the very first time I saw the Forward. This picture is why I used the background I did, it looks like it is out in the nature and the background kind of gives me the same feeling.
Decisions I picked poster for my presentation because in my mind it is the easier way to get my info across to the audience. I wanted my audience to know some information on my topic so I gave the basic back ground info for my topic. I gave the location so that if they wanted to the could go and see it. I talked about the artist so that their was someone to give credit for the piece of art.
Work Cited Forward. Iowa State University, Photostream. Daniel Black, 14 Nov. 2010. Web. 10 Nov. 2013. Bill King, Dennis Oppenheim, and Janet Goleas. A conversation with sculptor William King. Blinnk. Blinnk.blogspot.com, 2012. Web. 10 Nov. 2013.