Ppt on art of war 3

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/apex and the hand of the fallen soldier and the foot of the victimized woman forming its base. 3.Jagged shapes (overhead light fixture, mouth of the horse, broken sword) contribute to an expression of raw anguish. 4./


Copyright © 2006 The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. Permission Required for Reproduction or Display. 1 Chapter 13 and 17 The Transformation of Europe.

figure. The greatest art of the time was founded by the Catholic Church and is religious art! Copyright © 2006 The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. Permission Required for Reproduction or Display. 3 Leonardo Da Vinci Self-portrait Da Vinci was interested in discovery he dabbled in science, mathematics, and his passion: art! He designed many inventions like the helicopter and weapons for war like the crossbow and/


Qin State vs. the Qin Dynasty The Qin State rose to power during the Warring States Period; The Shang Yang Reform paved the way for its new status; The.

Bin vs. Pang Juan Both Studied with Guiguzi Sun Bin (?- 316 BC) memorized The Art of War; Sworn Brothers; Upon his departure, Guiguzi gave Sun Bin a slip of paper; In State of Wei, Pang Juan tricked Sun Bin and had his kneecaps removed/feet cut off and/ he is? Check this out: Su Qin’s speech to King Huiwen of Qin (Zhanguo ce, Sbby, 3.2a-3a) Read “Double Persuasion” online. enumeration of historical analogies Su Qin’s Speech to King Huiwen of Qin 秦惠王 356 ~ 310 BCE In the past Shennong attacked the Bushui /


Night by Ellie Wiesel Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, 1986 Multiple Text Assignment By Victoria Holt.

Führers 1 of 5 Paintings by Hitler This 1914 painting is titled: "The Courtyard of the Old Residency in Munich." 2 of 5 Paintings by Hitler This painting, also from 1914, is titled "Ruins of a Cloister in Messines." 3 of 5 Paintings by /Even while behind the front lines in World War 1, he continued to paint in his spare time and contributed instructional drawings and cartoons to the military newspaper. His art continued throughout his leadership of Germany and included detailed building plans, furniture /


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

between the arts and the times during which they were created. The Student is expected to: (A) 3 Describe how the characteristics & issues in U. S. history have been reflected in various genres of film 1989 1960 1962 1998 And the evolving American perception of & attitude about U. S. involvement in war Perception of Vietnam The Vietnam War has been the subject of many films. One of the first/


POST WAR CULTURE CHANGES IN A NEW GLOBAL WORLD. 1950’S Women’s liberation movement The rise of television Increases in professional sports Rock and Roll.

The rise of television Increases in professional sports Rock and Roll music 1960’S The “Space Race” Anti-war protests and student revolts Civil Rights movement in the U.S. Pop culture movement (pop art, music, movies/of the internet Move toward globalization Pokemon Ian THE 2000’S Smart Phones Billy Mays (R.I.P.) TIVO Blu-Ray Silly Bands LCD TV’s Sparkling Vampires End of the Shuttle Program 9/11 Digital Books Justin Bieber baby oh baby Dub Step GPS Hybrid Cars First Black President By Coach Pressley’s 3/


Fauvism and Expressionism 1885-1910 Portrait of Madame Matisse (The Green Line) 1905 Oil and Tempera on Canvas 40.5 x 32.5 inches.

art absorbs consumerism Gorky, Pollock, de Kooning, Rothko, Warhol, Lichtenstein Cold War and Vietnam War (U.S. enters 1965); U.S.S.R. suppresses Hungarian revolt (1956) Czechoslovakian revolt (1968) Key Points: ● Both movements were all about feelings- very intense and emotional ● It’s a philosophy of art /Bridge 1905-06, Oil on Canvas 32 1/8 x 39 5/8" Madame Derain in Green 1907 Oil on Canvas 28 3/4 x 23 5/8" ● Weird and wacky ● Communicating their inner vision- distorted! ● Munch, Rousseau and Kandinsky /


The Dada Art Movement: A Brief History Marcel Duchamp, Fountain 1917 Dane Jones.

/hofmann.php. Der Dada 3, ed. Raoul Hausmann (Berlin, April 1920), cover. Hannah Höch, Cut with the Dada Kitchen Knife through the Last Weimar Beer-Belly Cultural Epoch in Germany, 1919, collage of pasted paper. Dada Quotes: “In Zürich in 1915 losing interest in the slaughterhouses of the world war, we turned to the Fine Arts. While the thunder of the batteries rumbled in/


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

Quiz QuickTake Quiz The Cold War BeginsFDR Offers Relief and Recovery Section 1 The Cold War BeginsFDR Offers Relief and Recovery Section 1 Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Chapter 22 Section 3 Effects of the New Deal Objectives /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.

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/ *Literature* Which of the following BEST characterizes the state of Indian society and politics duringthe years between the end of World War I and the start of the World War II? a.a/rapid growth in Indian cities and civil political dialogues *Social Science* Round 3 Which of the following are the Urdu terms for the teacher-disciple relationship? a.Guru-Shishya/


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.

: 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 Instructions Task #5 continue Create a report on the battle you choose. Report must be half a page for each grade the student is in. Example: 1st. ½ page 6th. 3 pages Pictures are helpful! Choose a Civil War song to share with your/


Leeson House Field Studies Centre. Leeson House was a grand Manor House before World War 2 and a girls boarding school. During the War it was used by.

House before World War 2 and a girls boarding school. During the War it was used by scientists for vital Radar Research. After the War it was a boys boarding school before opening in 1967 as a Field Studies Centre. Part of Dorset County Council’/ a library/ computer room. Orienteering Fire drill/Domestic Intro’at 3.30pm 5.30 pm Evening meal Night walk River study Environmental Art Pond study Animal Trackers Risk Assessments and Safe Systems of Work Safety Health and Safety as first agenda item on every /


How did the British Government encourage people to help the war effort? Learning Resource.

groups. The initiative’s legacy would be the provision of free milk to schoolchildren from 1946 until 1971. © IWM (Art.IWM PST 4944) Drink milk Grow Your Own Food Abram Games was appointed Official War Office Poster Artist and created this effective poster to encourage/who lived in built up areas and were not familiar with growing their own fruit and vegetables. © IWM (Art.IWM PST 2893) Supply their own food 3. How were people encouraged to stay safe? In A Raid – Open Your Door To Passers-By Tom Purvis/


The Triumph of the Bourgeoisie 1830–1871 19. Triumph of the Bourgeoise 19-2 The “bourgeoisie" is a social class characterized by their ownership of capital,

class. Response to Inequality 19-3 Faced with the period’s unequal social conditions, many urban workers joined by frustrated members of the other classes, acted out their/and efficient armies and short fierce wars to resolve any problems that arose. Otto von Bismarck, prime minister of Prussia, mocked the failure of liberal parliamentary reforms and asserted that /, but none more than the next picture. 19-56 This classic work of realism shocked the art world in the 19 th century (as it does today) with many/


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.

– Napalm, a sticky, highly flammable gasoline based jelly that burned at 3,000 degrees was used – Agent Orange – a chemical defoliant cleared the jungle of its vegetation to be able to see the enemy Vietnam and LBJ, 1963/ 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 /


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

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 Olympics  U.S. Places 3/


Chapter 16 The Age of Absolutism 1550 - 1800. Chapter 16, Section 1 Spanish Power Grows.

” century of the arts Louis supported a “splendid” century of the arts Painting, music, architecture, and decorative arts of France began to be used all over Europe Painting, music, architecture, and decorative arts of France began to be used all over Europe Louis sponsored the French Academies…set high standards for both arts and sciences Louis sponsored the French Academies…set high standards for both arts and sciences Costly Wars During/


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/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, Scuffles, etc/


About People Bayu Utomo Radjikin.

. Biographical Outline 1969: Born in Sabah, Malaysia. 1991: Graduated with B.A (Hons) in Fine Art, Faculty of Art & Design, University Technology Mara, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia When (1988 - 94) 1988: Somalia Crisis The crisis started with their civil war in 1980s. The country was plunged into a state of anarchy (meaning lawlessness) and chaos. Violence and starvation (due to famine) became rampant. The situation/


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.

belief that 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 had set/


Art History & Visual Culture Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Dr Lisa Mansfield

Culture Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Dr Lisa Mansfield lisa.mansfield@adelaide.edu.au Paparazzi THE GAZE Is graffiti art? WAR IN FILM Celebrity Animation GLOBAL / DIGITIAL / VIRTUAL ART HISTORY & VISUAL CULTURE MINOR 2014 Level 1: ENGL 1105: Film Studies (semester 2) Level 2/3: ARTH 2003 Art against Society: Censorship & Iconoclasm (semester 1) ENGL 2057 Hollywood or Bust! (semester 1) PHIL 2029 Beauty: Pleasures/


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/


2004 Rotaract Art Auction Austin College - April 15, 2004 Rotary International Overview Rotaract Sudanese War Refugees in Egypt African Hope Learning Center.

has died because of the 17-year civil war. More than 3 million refugees in Egypt. Egypt is a gateway to freedom for millions of refugees escaping the famine, repression and civil wars of the African continent. Most of these refugees are young people, who have escaped the hardships of war, torture and oppression. 2004 Rotaract Art Auction Austin College - April 15, 2004 Rotary International Hundreds of thousands of people have fled/


UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The United States of America is a federal constitutional republic made up of fifty states, one federal district, and several.

0.5 percent), Hinduism (0.4 percent) and Unitarian Universalism (0.3 percent). About 14.2 percent of respondents described themselves as having no religion. Although the total U.S. /abstract expressionism of Jackson Pollack and Willem de Kooning and the pop art of Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein developed largely in the United States. The tide of modernism and / Oer the land of the free and the home of the brave. And where is that band who so vauntingly swore That the havoc of war and the battles confusion/


College of Europe, Natolin, 21st February 2013

or other States not Parties to the conflict Ruses of war Ruses of war and the employment of measures necessary for obtaining information about the adverse party and the country are permissible (art. 37, para. 2, IAP, art.. 24 HagueReg.) For example: the use of enemy signals, passwords, signs, decoys etc. Prohibition on improper use of recognizable emblems of sanitary personnel, cultural property, civil defense, works and installations containing dangerous/


AP Possible Essay themes Male Human Form Female Human Form Nature Sacred Spaces Public Spaces Art of Worship Art of War, Violence Political Art, Propaganda.

Art of Worship Art of War, Violence Political Art, Propaganda Narrative Feminism Social Event Patronage Art to Influence Class Structure Animals Not in Original Location Jesus Biblical Story Narrative Pagan Myth Narrative Portraiture Landmark of Painting Landmark of Sculpture Landmark of Architecture/of temple 23, Yaxchilán, Mexico, ca. 725 CE. Limestone, 3’ 7” X 2’ 6 1/2”. British Museum, London. Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Your Gaze Hits the Side of My Face), 1981. Photograph, red painted frame, 4’7” X 3/


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

Art  Op Art  Illusions  Motion  Pop Art  Trendy  Fashionable  Psychedelic Graphics Example of psychedelic art Music  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/ Places 3 rd in Winter Olympics  Pete Rozelle becomes commissioner of the NFL  Bill Mazeroski ends World Series with home run Wilma Rudolf is first American woman to win 3 Gold /


Introduction In the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, one God. Amen. Kyrie eleison, Lord have mercy, Lord have mercy, Lord bless us.

kindled, blessed are all they that have put their trust in Him. Alleluia. Psalm 3 O Lord, why are they multiplied that afflict me? Many rise up against me. /. Psalm116117119120121122123124125126128Gospel Psalm 128 Many a time have they warred against me from my youth, let Israel now say. Many a time have they warred against me from my youth, and yet they/ I have cried unto Thee, O Lord: I said: Thou art my hope, my portion art Thou in the land of the living. Attend unto my supplication, for I am brought very/


Art & Architecture Greece Culture Mythology.

drinking cup Their vases had 3 colors: red, black, and white. They kept wine, grain, grapes, and olives in their vases. Art & Architecture | Culture | Mythology Art & Architecture | Culture | /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/


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/


FC.74 THE INVENTION OF THE PRINTING PRESS (c.1450) & ITS IMPACT Rise of towns & trade in W. Eur  Indirect contact with China (FC.64) Chinese rag paper.

.E., the first drill instructor being none other than Sun Tzu, the author of "The Art of War.” Working for King Helu of Wu, he supposedly demonstrated the effectiveness of his methods by training a contingent of one hundred-eighty palace women in close order drill with pole arms. Sun Tzu/ as a five story building. It also had four gun decks, and 144 guns, 30 of which could hurl a 32lb. cannon ball through a 3’ hull at a range of 1.5 miles. Such a ship required 5,000 trees to build, with each tree yielding/


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.

Sources75 12/3Nationalism Notes (CN)76 12/3Road to 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 Taras in southeastern Italy, a critical location along the/


Chapter 4 The Age of Realism (1)

young, they tried to avoided military service and made great fortune during the war. The spirit of self-reliance by Emerson was perverted into admiration for driving ambition, and a /3 periods: In the first period (1865-82), he produced a number of novels that won him fame and reputation and reveals his fascination with his “international theme”.(The portrait of/ a life in business and embracing a career in art. Upon his return, he discovers the full implications of his decision. He has he lost his family; /


FC.32 THE AUGUSTAN PRINCIPATE & PAX ROMANA (31 B.C.E.-180 C.E.) Little expansion except conquest of Britain & Dacia  Pax Romana: 200 years of nearly unbroken.

power than the others who were my colleagues in each magistracy (Res Gestae, 34). “Restoring the Republic” Propaganda Poets Public Art Coins “Res Gestae” DGP Source 6, Augustus DGP Source 7, Cassius Dio Why is it necessary for Emperors like Augustus to/C.E.-180 C.E.) Civil wars & turmoil of the late republic (FC. 31) Romans’ traditional & conservative nature (FC. 26) Octavian must create a strong one-man rule while making it look like good old days of the Republic 3 main problems with governors during the /


FILM 2700: HISTORY OF THE MOTION PICTURE PROFESSOR SHELDON SCHIFFER MAYMESTER VERSION Office hours: 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM Daily Office: 25 Park Place South.

cinema use? Italian New-Realism Life in a 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 1943-44, in Rome under Nazis and Italian/


Stolen Art: WWII to Present. Think of an item (art, jewelry, furniture, ect.) of importance to you and your family. How would you feel if this item was.

war. The Nazis removed over 16,000 works of modern art from museums in Germany. How do you think war changes what art, books, and opinions are seen and heard? Art, War and Preservation In the United States, there was an outcry for the preservation of art and architecture as the war/ CREDIT* For extra credit, choose one of the art thefts listed below and do research on it. Write 2-3 full paragraphs about the theft and list the works of art stolen, the estimated worth of all the works stolen, how the theft/


17th Century.

were much larger and more expensive. D. warfare did not often affect the lives of civilians. 3.The wars of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries differed from those of earlier centuries in that: A. dynastic concerns were the primary motivations. B. religion/ 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 83. Religious change in the/


Task 1 Research digital artform within contemporary art practice.

://thespace.org/ http://www.watermans.org.uk/exhibitions/exhibitions/int ernational-festival-of-digital-art-2012.aspx http://www.watermans.org.uk/exhibitions/exhibitions/int ernational-festival-of-digital-art-2012.aspx http://www.leedsdigitalfestival.com/ http://www.transmediale.de/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Media_art_festivals http://transcriptions.english.ucsb.edu/archive/courses/war ner/english122tg/bodylanguage.html http://transcriptions.english.ucsb.edu/archive/courses/


Chapter Fourteen The Modernist World

3:04). Item #4096 "The Birth of Cubism" Video will play automatically. From Picasso and his Time (length: 3:04). Item #4096 Futurism Futurism, proclaimed in the Founding and Manifesto of Futurism, written by Filippo Marinetti and published in 1909, called for a new art/, by intellectuals and artists escaping the war Such works, in their willful denial of the artist’s aesthetic sensibilities, were considered by many as “anti-art” Jean Arp, Collage Made According to the Laws of Chance Painted paper, 15-7/8"/


Day 2 – Age of Anxiety Entrance task: Think: In what ways does art, literature and/or music reflect our world today? Today: The Age of Anxiety Homework:

Entrance task: Think: In what ways does art, literature and/or music reflect our world today? Today: The Age of Anxiety Homework: Ch. 28-3 & 4 The Age of Anxiety The Interwar Period Uncertainty in Modern Thought The devastation of World War I left many with an increasing uncertainty and a desire to bring meaning and purpose back into life. Uncertainty in Modern Thought Before WWI/


Ancient Greece. The Geography of Greece Geography Peninsula- Mediterranean / Aegean SeasPeninsula- Mediterranean / Aegean Seas Sea = trade, ideasSea.

frowned on trade, wealth = no new ideas, art, etc…Isolated, frowned on trade, wealth = no new ideas, art, etc… Becomes rival of Athens- compete for power, influence in Greek worldBecomes rival of Athens- compete for power, influence in Greek / Delian League Peloponnesian Wars Sparta defeats Athens Geography Disease Persia Macedonia Under Philip II Alexander the Great Forms vast empire Cultures blend- Greek ideas spread Alexandria=Egypt. City between 3 continents Stoicism=philosoph y of life- avoid desires /


International Law Unit 10: War Crimes Prof. Fred Morrison Fall 2005.

specific obligations General obligation: “Prisoners of war must at all times be humanely treated.” (Conv3.art.13) “Prisoners of war are entitled in all circumstances to respect for their persons and their honour” (Conv.3.art.14) Fall 2005War Crimes51 Geneva POW Convention: Specific Obligations Identification Name, rank, date of birth, serial number (art 17) Quarters, food, clothing (arts. 25-28) Medical attention (arts. 29-32) Chaplains (arts. 33-38) Fall 2005War/


HET AND THE ARTS: A Great Partnership Sue Pearson Webinar: July 15, 2010.

students to create/build/design their own tools. Encourage IA classes for girls and boys. 3. ROLE OF RECREATIONAL ARTS Survival Enhancement~Mammals play because it is an activity that lets us learn without lethal feedback./enactments, representations (sound waves; rocks) Civil War: Implementing the Arts Thoughts to Ponder Music:  By composers of that time period  Theme music (War of 1812 Overture)  Songs of the time (popular-Dixie; patriotic-Battle Hymn of the Republic); soldiering-Tramp, Tramp, Tramp/


SCOA MDW DOA Doctrine EOA FOA TOA TOA EOA SCOA MDW DOA FOA Ex

Chinese Military Theory American Military Theory Systems Theory I & II Theory of Irregular War Civil War Violence Political Geography Theory & Planning TOA Clausewitz Book 2 “On the Theory of War”: Major characteristics of war: 1) Moral forces & effects, 2) Positive reaction (though unpredictable), 3) Uncertainty of information. Theory is a study, not a doctrine. War isn’t art or science; part of man’s social existence. Historical examples can: 1) explain an/


Theodore Roosevelt 1858-1919 Project by C. D. Date: January 25, 2010 English/Language Arts A.

1858-1919 Project by C. D. Date: January 25, 2010 English/Language Arts A Who is Theodore Roosevelt? Theodore Roosevelt, a rugged outdoorsman and conservationist at /of killing. He donated all his collections to museums. Roosevelt was also concerned with the environment. He established wildlife refuges in 17 states, including Pelican Island off the Florida coast. (background) History and Roosevelt Theodore Roosevelt lived through 3 wars: Civil, Spanish-American, and World War 1. At age 3, the Civil War/


Lecture 31 -2, part 1: Jasper John’s Target with Four Faces appears on the cover of Artnews, Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol begin using cartoons and.

an illustrator for several magazines including Vogue, Harpers Bazaar and The New Yorker. Andy Warhol about the age of 3, with his mother Julia and brother John, 1932 (Andy is the boy on the right) Andy Warhol The / of the notion of the work of art with the conceptual activity of the artist. Conceptual art, politicised and influenced by events such as the ‘May Days’ in Paris (1968), the ‘Hot Autumn’ in Italy (1969), the Vietnam War, and the rise of feminism, promotes a rapprochement between art-making/


First Photography of War Roger Fenton (English, 1819-1869) Crimean War (1853-1856) Mathew Brady (American, 1823-1896) American Civil War (1861-1865) How.

The Course of Empire, 1936 Set of stereoscope cards with images of war Modern visuality: War in 3-D as living room entertainment Stereoscope – hugely popular after presentation at the Crystal Palace, 1851 “Judging from the revival of [Civil War] images /and His Daughers), 1875, oil on canvas Benedict, Rome, 1867, stereoscopic photograph Adophe Braun, La Pont des Arts (detail of panoramic view of Paris), 1868 Gustave Caillebotte, Boulevard Seen from Above, 1880, oil on canvas (left) Claude Monet, Boulevard/


Ads by Google