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Chapter 28 Cold War and a New Western World, 1945 - 1970.

2: Decolonization in Africa Conflict in the Middle East Emergence of new independent states The Question of Palestine Zionists wanted Palestine for a homeland After World War II sympathy grew for the Jews President Truman approves the idea of/the burning of Cathedrals. The United States, where student demonstrations brought an end to the Vietnam War. Postwar Art and Literature Art New York replaced Paris as the center of the art world Jean Dubuffet Borrowed distressed look of children’s art Abstract /

Art History II Instructor Dustin M Price. What did we cover last time? -The Rape of Europa Film - Remember that there are two questions that I want you.

missing and/or stolen list during the making of this film, and what percentage of the actual stolen artworks do they believe that represents? 2) What specific building/national treasure was bombed by the Allies in Pisa, Italy (lead). Lets move onto post-war art and artists World War II: - The United States recovered much quicker that most of Europe in an economic sense after WWII but/

Webquest The Spanish Civil War 1936 - 1939. Introduction: The administration at Guggenheim-Bilbao knows that we just completed a lesson regarding the.

Picasso’s painting, Guernica, and know that it is one of the first examples of protest art. We will continue to work on continuing to gather information on the Spanish Civil War. Let’s move on to our next task! Step 2: We will now divide into teams of Three: Each group will have one of the following: A location expert. An architect expert An artist The/

4.21.14 Bell Ringer 1. List three fun things you did over spring break. ON THE SAME PAPER 2. Make a KWL Chart for World War II: What do I know about World.

War II: What do I know about World War II? What do I want to know about WWII? What did I learn about WWII? Tars are C.H.A.M.P.S.  CONVERSATION : Small group, large group, and cooperative about art and WWII.  HELP : Ask a neighbor or raise your hand.  ACTIVITY: KWL chart & art/ -Japan invaded China -Holocaust caused 12 million Jews and others -USA dropped 2 atomic bombs on Japan Propaganda: The spreading of ideas or information for supporting or further damaging a cause Analyzing WWII Propaganda What/

First Wave Agriculture 8000 B.C. -  First wave evolved over thousands of years. Hunters and gatherers foraged for food.

Mager is a comprehensive set of methods for the design and delivery of training programs. Some aspects include: (1) goal/task analysis -- to identify what needs to be learned, (2) performance objectives -- exact specification of the outcomes to be accomplished and/of, and shortly after the World Trade Center Terrorist attack and nation numbed by fear of more attacks, a War waged by the U.S. and Britain against Iraq begins War waged by the U.S. and Britain War waged by the U.S. and Britain Strand VI – Art/

Analyzing a Work of Art subject cultural impact context function artistic decisions Art How does the work reflect the time and place? -Chronology -Cultural.

of war. Narration: Using the imagery of the bull ring (bull and dying horse) and the carnage of Guernica, this painting narrates the horrors of death by war. Analyzing a Work of Art subject Picasso uses a complex assortment of symbolic figures: mother and dead child, symbolizing the death of/ quality of ‘news’. There are no other colors in the painting. 2.The overall composition is based on a pyramid with the lamp (illuminating the scene) being the apex and the hand of the fallen soldier and the foot of the /

 Mrs. Gresham – Reading & Language Arts, Social Studies  Mrs. Moore-Math, Reading & Language Arts  Mrs. Stringfellow- Science & Social Studies  Mrs.

cover I will be in the computer lab in the A-Hall---next door to Art Room  Membership  Yankee Candles  Kona Ice  Volunteer Training  Blood Drive /2 Decimals Unit 3 Multiply and Divide Decimals Unit 4 Add, Subtract, Multiply and Divide Fractions Unit 5 2D Figures Unit 6 Volume and Measurement Unit 7 Geometry and the Coordinate Plane Unit 8 Show What You Know Review and Preview  August: U.S. Constitution and The Civil War  September: The Civil War and Reconstruction  October: America at the Turn of/

Objectives Grasp the speed of change in art in our own time. Grasp the speed of change in art in our own time. Recognize the emergence of New York as.

much of the developments in art represent conversations of art with art. Appreciate the extent to which much of the developments in art represent conversations of art with art. Analyze the role that liberation movements (feminist, color, third world) have had on both art and patronage. Analyze the role that liberation movements (feminist, color, third world) have had on both art and patronage. Historical Context United States and Soviet Union = Cold War United/

Supporting standards comprise 35% of the U. S. History Test 25 (A)

of art Mathew Brady Ansel Adams Mathew Brady, 1822-1896 Mathew B. Brady was one of the most celebrated 19 th - century American photographer, best known for his portraits of celebrities and his documentation of the American Civil War. He is credited with being the father of/ relationship between the arts and the times during which they were created. The Student is expected to: (A) 2 Describe how the characteristics & issues in U. S. history have been reflected in various genres of music Steven Foster Rogers/

German Expressionism was a movement that arose during the first couple of decades of the 20th century. It was often associated with extreme emotional states.

-1945, Death seizing a woman, 1934, lithograph, 51 x 37 cm This was a time in Europe where there were several wars (especially World War I) and much suffering. Many images were created as social or political comments. Various printmaking techniques were very popular with the German/. Gelatin silver print, 24.2 cm ×17.8 cm. The figure in art has not only been used simply as a body. It can also be also used to help represent a world. A body can be a symbol of humanity generally; or of an emotion or an idea./

1 The First Greek Civilizations The Impact of Geography The mountains andsea played a significant role in the development of Greek history –Mountains isolated.

another Caused communities to develop their own ways of life –Greece has a long coast line that provided many harbors The Greeks became seafarers 2 The Minoan Civilization 2800 BC Bronze Age civilization/war and politics in purely human terms, as activities of human beings –placed much emphasis on the accuracy of facts –believed that the study of history is of great value in understanding the present 41 The Classical Ideals of Greek Art art –concerned with expressing eternal ideals –subject matter of the art/

The Cold War BeginsFDR Offers Relief and Recovery Section 1 Analyze the impact Franklin D. Roosevelt had on the American people after becoming President.

25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Chapter 22 Section 2 The Second New Deal Section Review Know It, Show It Quiz QuickTake Quiz The Cold War BeginsFDR Offers Relief and Recovery Section 1 The Cold War BeginsFDR Offers Relief and Recovery /Art programs set a precedent for future funding of the arts and humanities. The Cold War BeginsFDR Offers Relief and Recovery Section 1 Depression-era writers reflected the concerns of Americans from all walks of life. In The Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck told the story of/

United States Academic Decathlon ® Super Quiz™ Relay Practice Test 9 45 Questions Art, Music, Economics, Literature, Social Science, and Science 2015-2016.

c.It brutally forced them to participate in the war efforts. d.It negotiated with them and submitted to all of their demands. e.It used both brutal force against and negotiations with them. *Social Science* Round 2 Gandhi compares India’s “genuinely democratic struggle for / Shah who first commissioned such objects d.a poet who wrote verses about these vessels e.a type of tobacco used in water pipes *Art* Bidriware was named after a.the craftsman who first used the technique b.the city where the technique/

United States Academic Decathlon ® Super Quiz™ Relay Practice Test 11 30 Questions Art, Music, Economics, Literature, Social Science, and Science 2015-2016.

b.devotional c.rock d.sufi e.classical *Music* The Tables Have Turned is an example of a.Pop art b.Minimal Art c.Installation Art d.Expressionist Art e.Realist Art *Art* The Tables Have Turned is an example of a.Pop art b.Minimal Art c.Installation Art d.Expressionist Art e.Realist Art *Art* Which of the following refers to pitches smaller than half-steps? a.minitone b.monotone c.microtone d/

War Languages, 2009 Art, media, gender Vesa Matteo Piludu University of Helsinki.

the media par exellence In art rarely we find realistic descriptions of war Art is suitable to propaganda Art could have a strong emotive impact on pubblic In art the people try to find hidden truth that aren’t express in journalistic writing Roman Jakobson and art semiotics Semiotics, conceived of by Roman Jakobson, has 6 components: 1. Addressor (artist) 2. Addressee (viewer) 3. Message 4. Code 5. Medium/

Lesson on the Civil War Grades 1-8 Highlights and Activities for the Civil War By: Francine Bergmann.

one affected the Civil War. (1-2 sentences for each) 1 St and 2 nd Graders: May draw pictures for each topic, or make a drum. * Make a Civil War DrumMake a Civil War Drum http://dgl.microsoft.com/War? Write in your journal. In your view, what caused the Civil War? http://dgl.microsoft.com/?CAG=1 Instructions Task #5 Research one of the following battles: Bull Run Vicksburg Chickamauga - Civil War Siege of Petersburg Battle of Richmond Or another battle from Civil War Album Civil War Album Microsoft Clip Art/

TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Growth of Spanish Power.

comic adventures of a landowner who imagines himself to be a medieval knight. Prior to the sunset of Spain’s power, however, a golden age of culture occurred. TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Section 2 France Under /and empirical and molecular formulas. Frederick trained his son Frederick II in the art of war. When the prince became king in 1740, he seized Silesia from Austria, sparking the War of the Austrian Succession. He forced Europe to see Prussia as a great /

STAAR Review 11. Top Ten Moments of the 60s The Kennedy Presidency, 1960 - 1963 The 1960 Presidential election marked the first time the major candidates.

IX, only 1 in 27 girls played a varsity high school sport, by 2001 this had risen to 1 in 2.5. Before Title IX, more men attended college than women, today there are more women than men in colleges. / a presidents ability to send troops to fight overseas without approval from Congress. Legacy of the Vietnam War Post-War Literature, Art, & Music American literature had written about the experiences of war. rebelled against conformity The 1950s Beat Generation had rebelled against conformity during their era./

Dante Robinson.  Op Art  Illusions  Motion  Pop Art  Trendy  Fashionable  Psychedelic Graphics Example of psychedelic art.

Dante Robinson  Op Art  Illusions  Motion  Pop Art  Trendy  Fashionable  Psychedelic Graphics Example of psychedelic art  Brought some 50’s music  Introduced new genres  Styles  Doo Wop  Rhythm & Blues  Marvin Gaye  Stevie Wonder  Rock n’ Roll  The Beatles With the events taking place in America, such as the Vietnam War, Sixties music often did have a very important message.  Olympics  U.S. Places 2 nd in Summer/

Friday, Dec. 16 1. Update your table of contents if you did not yesterday DateTitle Entry # 12/14Preamble Notes 76 12/15Article I – Legislative Branch77.

Wednesday 1/4 Student 8th Strengths and Weakness Revolution notes Who’s WhoQuotes worksheet Timeline ch. 8 Issues after the war notes Cameron C. X Sammy G.XXXx Megan K.XXXX Matt L.XXx Jorge M.X Joel R.XX Jonathan S/ 6 th Learning Recovery Wednesday 1/4 Article I: Legislative Branch Congress (Makes the Law) House of Representatives 1. 2. 3. 4. Senate 5. 6. 7. (Art. 2) 8. (Art. 2) 9. Both together 10. 11. 12. 13. (Art. 5) Article II : Executive Branch President, Vice President, Cabinet (Enforces the law) 14./

Art and the Spanish Civil War Cause, effect and practice of War.

War Cause, effect and practice of War What you will see The slides show art work by artists who were making a statement about the war or mention writers who impacted public perception of the war. The art community was strongly opposed to Franco and used their platform to show his brutality. Artists made a huge impact on this war/ war? If appropriate, interpret the work. Explain the background and connection the artist had to Spain and the war. How else did they get involved in the war? Joan Miro Plate #2 of /

Umberto Boccioni, The Dynamism of a Cyclist

sculptors who go on thrashing each other with blows of line and color along the disputed walls! The Growth of Futurism From 1908 until the first world war, Futurism would expand and encompass artists from many backgrounds/ plants and subways. And we must not forget the very new noises of Modern Warfare. The Art of Noises Finally, Russolo listed his six families of noises 1. Rumbles, Thundering, Explosions, Crashes, Splashes, Booms 2. Whistles, Hisses, Snorts 3. Whispers, Murmurs, Mutters, Buzzes, Gurgles/

31/3/06 How useful is war art and war poetry to the historian? Aim: To judge how useful war art and poetry can be to someone studying the First World War.

31/3/06 How useful is war art and war poetry to the historian? Aim: To judge how useful war art and poetry can be to someone studying the First World War Dulce Et Decorum Est Bent double, like old beggars under sacks, Knock-kneed, coughing like hags, we / 1.Write a 50 word explanation of what you think the poem is about. What is it describing? 2.Write down a list of words or phrases that you do not know the meaning of. 3.Select a phrase from verse one that describes the mud of the trenches. 4.Select a phrase/

Erica S. Horace Greeley High School

War II Art Movements Influences of Postmodernism Post- World War II Art Movements Modernism Conceptualism/ Dadaism Post-structuralism Modernism Working towards pure abstraction Roots Of Post-modernism Modernism Modernism time period: 1900-1950 Emerges in Europe, then in America and other countries Rejection of Traditional forms of art/Marin Counties, California The fence was 18 feet high and 24 1/2-miles long, following the Bodega Bay. The setting of the work is very important to the couple, they had to /

Music in Musical Theatre and Film

musicals still flourish today. Classics are revived in innovative ways even as composers and lyricists push the envelope of this art form. On Broadway, it is common to see traditional productions playing side by side with contemporary rock musicals/Williams (b. 1932) is an American composer, conductor, and pianist. Williams has composed many of the most famous film scores in Hollywood history, including Star Wars, Superman, Harry Potter, Indiana Jones, Schindler’s List, E.T., Home Alone, and Jurassic/

1865/ $2900 Star of Bethlehem 1889/ $3600 Folk Art & Stars Created by Karen Pollard 2010.

of old friends and hopes for a good life in the new land. Many of the quilt pattern names were directly related to the pioneer experience. 1870/$1800 Log Cabin Quilt 1. Road to California 2./art is not a separate thing, but that beauty is a part of function; a concept that can be an inspiration to all quilters. Quilting into the 21 st Century 1950s ~ Present As we swept into the 21st century, the years from 1960 to 1980 became a significant period of our history. World War II was over, and the Cold War/


paint ‘swampy, rocky, wolf-ridden, burnt and scuttled country . . .’" — Maria Tippett, Art at the Service of War: Canada, Art, and the Great War The Olympic, seen here docked in Halifax, was a sister ship of the Titanic. Its hull shows the dazzle-painting technique, a form of camouflage. "The Olympic, which has carried so many of the Canadians over, docked here last week. It was a magnificent sight/

The Cold War China.

Collective Farms communes more food * This failed leading to famine and 20 million deaths. 2. Cultural Revolution Mao’s plan to eliminate certain arts and education people only exposed to communism. *eliminate the old four: old ideas, old culture,/ about democracy -Protest by Chinese intellectuals demanding economic and democratic reform V.S. The Korean War 1950-1953 In an effort to stop the spread of communism post WWII Korea was divided Divided at the 38th Parallel. North: Communist (China) /

Modernism II: Between the Wars and Beyond

the United States Burgeoning Technology Telephones Airplanes Automobiles Photography Radios Increasingly deadly weapons of war 1920s: THE JAZZ AGE To F. Scott Fitzgerald it was an “age of miracles, an age of art, an age of excess, an age of satire.” The 18th amendment bans the sale, manufacturing, and consumption of alcohol. Usher in the age of the mafia and speakeasies. Women gain the right to vote in 1920/

Domestic Policies of Hitler: Economy, Education, Arts, Media, and Propaganda.

1933 - 2.5 mil 1936) Hitler and the Economy - Economic Policies of Hjalmar Schacht Stabilized the German currency after the inflation of 1923 /of the Aryans The superiority of the Aryans Hitler’s Germany - Education History – blamed Jews Biology – Social Darwinism Geography – Lebensraum Science – war slant Math – war slant PE – very important to instill war/their disdain toward intellectualism Hitler’s Germany – The Arts In 1933 in Berlin, a book burning of over 20,000 books took place Texts included:/

Greek Culture Quest Lainy Malarney. Ancient Greek art, architecture, and writing The Greeks developed three architecture systems the Doric, Ionic, & Corinthian,

been continuous for the past 2,750 years. Map of Ancient Greece Major Greek Gods Zeus: god of Heaven, the sky, & thunder. He is the ruler of Mount Olympus. Poseidon: god of the Sea, he was also known as the “Earth-Shaker”, he also created the first horse. Hades: god of the underworld, brother to Zeus & Poseidon. Athena: goddess of wisdom, war, the arts, industry, justice & skill. She is/


2 million years ago and lasted up until around 8000 BCE The people existed as hunter-gatherers, the men hunted animals and the women foraged for edible plants They were nomadic peoples and followed packs of people They lived in small bands of/ time Very rich culture, influencing civilizations to come Philosophy - Socrates, Plato, Aristotle Rise of theater - drama and comedies Very rich art and architecture Persian Wars- the city states banded together to fight off the Persians Women had limited rights, and/

Art & Architecture Greece Culture Mythology.

Hades and Zeus. Poseidon did favors for other gods or goddesses. Art & Architecture | Culture | Mythology Art & Architecture | Culture | Mythology Art & Architecture | Culture | Mythology Mythology - Athena Athena is goddess of wisdom, war, and arts/crafts. Her Roman name is Minerva. Animals and things sacred to her are owls, shields, and olive trees. Athena taught women the art of spinning and weaving. Athena had her own temple called the Parthenon/

Music of Russia Section IV: Russian music of the 20 th century.

of food  The Bolsheviks took food to feed troops and maintain city populations ▫ Under the pressures of war, the initial Bolshevik democratic element crumbled  The soviets (councils) became increasingly top-down188 Revolutionary impact on art and the economy After the Russian Civil War/and ample thematic material all echoed Mahler’s work ▫ When Pravda published its review, Shostakovich had completed 2/3 of the symphony  He only needed to write the third and final movement  This finale actually pushes the/

Mingo Indians BY: Noah and Matthew.

Matthew Art The /Fisher man used fishing poles and spears Chief Logan Chief Logan was the leader of the Mingo tribe. Chief Logan was born by the Yellow Creek, near present /revenge from Americans killing his family member so he helped start the Dunmore’s War. After the war, Logan became famous for a speech later known as Logan’s Lament. Later/ they harvested wild berries and herbs. Shelter The Mingo people lived in villages of long houses, which were large wood-frame buildings. Other facts Today some believe/

Art of the Weimar Republic (Germany 1919-33) by Gabriel Tordjman, Winter 2011 Warning: Some of these images contain graphic depictions of violence.

Some of these images contain graphic depictions of violence Art of the Weimar Republic (Germany 1919-33) Timeline World War I (1914-1918) German Revolution (1918-1919) Weimar Republic (1919-1933) Nazis elected to power (1933) World War II (1939-45) World War I /grosz/grosz-2.html Weimar Republic Hitler during the “Beer Hall Putsch” (1923). This was the Nazis first (failed) attempt at seizing power. Weimar Republic After years of political instability and economic problems, Germany, along with much of the /

Table of Contents DateAssignmentPage 11/27 European Union Vs. NAFTA Analysis 69 11/28The Euro (CN)70 11/28Euro Review and Analysis71 11/29Current State.

yesterday a Primary or Secondary Source? Explain? What is Nationalism? Definition of Nationalism 1. National spirit or aspirations. 2. Devotion and loyalty to ones own nation; patriotism. 3. Excessive patriotism. How/war “World War II”77 12/4Nationalism Reading and Questions78 12/5Influence of Roman Art and Architecture79 The Roman Legacy Art and Architecture Statues Dome Columns Mosaics Roman Art This grave relief is a fine example of the kind of frieze used for grave monuments in the wealthy Greek colony of/

Presented by Nancy Jacobson For Integrating Regional Culture, History, and the Arts A Prairie Region Teacher Training Institute.

Arts A Prairie Region Teacher Training Institute 1. Minneapolis 2. St. Cloud 3. St. Paul 4. Rochester The Minnesota State Capitol 1895 - 1905 St. Paul, Minnesota, USA Cass Gilbert, architect Illustration from Arttoday.com The art and science of /Kasota stone  Pipestone  Red marble  And more! The Stone Controversy 1. Yes 2. No 1. Civil War 2. Revolutionary War 3. World War I 4. World War II 1. earth, hurricanes, sunlight & water 2. wind, fire, water & tornadoes 3. earth, wind, fire & water The Quadriga/

World War I America Mobilizes.

men registered for the draft throughout the war. 2.8 million were called to service. The US armed forces had a total of 4.8 million men serving during the war. A War Economy All Americans were asked to help/War and American Society The face of the workforce changed… Due to men having to leave their jobs to serve, 500,000 women entered the workforce. 400,000 African Americans moved from the south to the north to work industrial jobs. 240,000 Mexicans moved to southwestern states to fill agricultural jobs. Art/


created treaties with each other for international co-productions Historical Question 9.2 What new technologies and cultural institutions assisted the European and developing world film/war torn environment Critical attitudes toward Roman history Idealized myths in art were contradicted and rejected by artists. Filmmakers sought to represent life as it seemed, unsweetened by ideals, and using the equipment available. Italian New-Realism Open City (1945) and Paisan (1946), Roberto Rosellini – events of war/

An Age of Uncertainty A.Europe After the War B.Art in an Age of Uncertainty C.The U.S. After the War.

. Art in an Age of Uncertainty Writers were disillusioned with reason and progress Artists rejected traditional ideas 3 New art movements emerged 1.Cubism Natural shapes changed into geometric forms. Objects were broken down into different parts with sharp angles and edges Pablo Picasso Three Musicians 2.Dadaism Artwork was meant to be absurd, nonsensical, & meaningless. Established customs had been made meaningless by the war/

A Great Cloud of Witnesses: 40 Saints from Catholic History Session 9: 15 th Century – Vincent Ferrer, Casimir 16 th Century – Thomas More, Teresa of Avila.

2) Convince both to abdicate & elect new pope? 3) Call a general council to resolve the matter Meanwhile, Christendom grew weary of this scandal Meanwhile, Christendom grew weary of/ I (1870) and Vatican II (1962-65) The 100 Years War (1337-1453) The 100 Years War (1337-1453) Dispute over succession to French throne (1328) Dispute /. Peter’s: 1506-1626 Genius patron of arts: Michelangelo’s ceiling of Sistine Chapel Genius patron of arts: Michelangelo’s ceiling of Sistine Chapel Vincent Ferrer, priest: 1350-/

SM2263 > class 05 > net.art Natalie Bookchin made a timeline (1994 – 2000) of Net Art in

Art competition called Extension, by the Hamburg Art Museum with faked female name and information. She wrote a software to randomly generate text and images from existing websites. The organizer announced that 2/3 of the submissions came from female but none of/ governments to draw attention to the war being waged against the Zapatistas and others in Mexico. Electronic Disturbance Theater, working at the intersections of radical politics, recombinant and performance art, and computer software design, has /

17th Century.

great vitality in intellectual and artistic life An emphasis on decorative rather than fine arts A rebirth of fresco painting in the churches The exclusion of women artists from portrait painting The establishment of official censorship to purge Catholic influences from the arts 84. During the Thirty Years’ War, France pursued a policy of: Supporting the Hapsburgs against the Protestant princes and rulers Allowing French Protestants to/

Symbolist Style. Chronology The Edwardian Period and World War I 1900 Exposition Universelle held in Paris; couturiers display their designs International.

craze in the United States Chronology The Edwardian Period and World War I Continued 1911 Cubists exhibit in Salon des Indépendants in / 1907 ed. The Dancers Reward "Salomé", Oscar Wilde 1907 ed. Art Nouveau Architecture and Decoration Arts and Crafts – Glasgow School of Art (1898-1909) By Charles Rennie Macintosh (Scotland) Asymmetrical Sculpture - / of profession in which one is employed. The new available tie is the oxford tie-a version of the broad end four-in- hand tie that was only 1 1/2/

2. Ancient Greece.

ideas or the arts. Laconia: Sparta Athens vs. Spartans Athens Sparta Government First to rule as a democracy. Ruled as an oligarchy by 2 kings. Location Built below the acropolis which stands on a hill above all of Athens Surrounded /. They also made offerings to the gods. Study of History Herodotus—History of the Persian wars—often called The father of history Thucydides—History of the Peloponnesian Wars Began the scientific analysis of events based on actual eyewitness accounts and factual evidence and/

Pages 671-681 Primary Sources: Popular Art and Memoirs of an Incomplete Soldier, pgs. 372-381.

they reach Northern France  French retreat, reorganize in Paris  Battle of Marne: 5 day battle, stop Germans and push them back The official annunciation of the war in Berlin (August 2, 1914) #18 #19 Cheerful German soldiers on the train to the/US), then stalls, Germans pushed back  Austrian front breaks down  Why was propaganda art such an important part of WWI?  Who is being targeted by this popular art?  http://youtu.be/oV5Wq0vMZnw http://youtu.be/oV5Wq0vMZnw  How does Clapham’s memoirs compare/

 This is a LANGUAGE ARTS assignment!  Social Studies teachers are helping with topic selection and can help with research  You will be selecting a.

st – February 28 th  Graphic Organizer and Outline  February 28 th – March 2 nd  Writing Body Paragraphs  FINAL COPY DUE: March 20th  Science and Tech  Wright Brothers first flight, NY city subway, Model T/Valentines Massacre/Al Capone, Amelia Earhart  Science and Tech  Pluto discovered, Albert Einstein letter to FDR  Arts/Literature/Music  Gone with the Wind published, War of Worlds, Wizard of OZ premiers  Government/Politics  FDR/New Deal, 21 st Amendment  Sports  1 st Masters Tournament, /

German Expressionism Early 20 th Century. German artists were aware of the developments taking place in France at the end of the 19 th Century and the.

. Like Munch, they were interested in exploring feelings and emotions rather than describing outward appearances. (Mittler. Art in Focus. 537) Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Kirchner painted a series of street scenes in Berlin, the capital of Germany, and the most populous city in Europe before the First World War. It was a city brimming with culture; there were 6 opera companies in the city and/

Art as a Challenge… Year 12 General Studies. Exploring what is acceptable form of art?  Minority Art-forms e.g. Ballet Grand opera Sculpture Painting.

social acceptable thinking (i.e. in the past the role of women) or political decisions (war)  Others forms of art that can be used to challenge are visual forms Art as A Challenge Click on any of the three words below (hover over until the cursor turns to/society have changed opinions as a result. 2. Prepare your answer for the following question… Can arts change our minds and or behaviour? Can arts change our minds and or behaviour? It is one of the roles of art to give pleasure, and another to provide/

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