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Links are in order https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/ap-art-history/early-e

Links are in order
https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/ap-art-history/early-europe-and-colonial-americas#renaissance-art-europe-ap
Q1, links are pdf files
https://www.jstor.org/stable/23595750

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Complete Instructions attached below. No cover page needed and only put name “Pa

Complete Instructions attached below. No cover page needed and only put name “Paul Mbanu” in the corner.

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Romeo & Juliet Costume Piece/ Mock-up SYNOPSIS- I will be doing a mockup design

Romeo & Juliet Costume Piece/ Mock-up
SYNOPSIS- I will be doing a mockup design of the play “Romeo & Juliet” focusing on the 2 costume pieces for Juliet Capulet. I’d like to create a Simplistic 1970s- present costume design that is rich fabric and accented with jewels or other beautiful embellishments.
Costume 1- Juliet Capulet’s first innocence dress before the masquerade ball. She’s 14 years young. Act 1, Scene 1.
Note: This costume piece must represent her purity, beauty and naivety.
Costume 2- first ball dress from her mother. She enters the ball draped in a metallic red-orange cloak, and blends in within the group of other red-garbed Capulets. signaling her not only bidding farewell to her childhood, but also shedding her Capulet identity. Act 1, Scene 2.
Fabrics to consider for both costumes, but just an idea: taffeta, silk and satin gowns, corset, Mesh, Ribbon, sash.
Instructions:
Create 2 renderings for costume 1 & 2. If not possible, create 1 rendering for either costume 1 or 2. Include what fabrics will be used and why the usage of those fabrics. What is the symbolism of it? Also write a 1-2 page script that includes the following:
1. Identify Juliet Capulet, her status, and personality.
2. Give a brief analysis of the play and character (Juliet Capulet).
3. identify and establish time and place of both costumes.
4. Demonstrate symbolism of costumes.
Questions to answer:
1. In post modern times, clothes reflect what?
2. What time period are the costumes of Juliet Capulet’s? What would be the century, specific year, season, time and day?
3. What is the tone and style of the renderings?
4. Do colors and fabrics correlate with the genre of the play and character’s personality?
5. What are the elements of space and lines to colors and textures of Juliet Capulet’s costumes?
6. What is the fashion history of Romeo and Juliet play?
Below is an example of a rendering I’ve made but not satisfied with the completion of it. I’ve also included a document of notes, ideas, and inspiration I’ve gathered from my research.
Comments from Customer
the renderings can be done digitally

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Who, or what, is missing from our textbook? Propose a graphic designer, illustra

Who, or what, is missing from our textbook?
Propose a graphic designer, illustrator, graphic design movement, or genre of design for inclusion in the next edition of Graphic Design: A New History. This can be anything that is not currently (or not sufficiently) covered in our textbook. This is a chance to present an area of your own interest, and to make a case for why it is significant to the larger picture of graphic design history.
Justify your choice by explaining its significance, or what it would contribute, to our understanding of the history of graphic design. Who, or what, should current and future students of graphic design history learn about? Why is it important, or of interest?
Your pitch should be approximately 300-400 words, and must include 2-4 relevant images to support it.
You can write in an informal, blog-type style (first-person, personal pronouns are fine): but you must still pay attention to grammar, spelling, and sentence structure.
Have fun!
Criteria: Choice and Visual Evidence /4
Proposed designer or area of design is a well-considered choice for the next edition of the textbook; visual material supports argument
Criteria: Written Support /5
Persuasively and concisely argues the need for including this designer or area of graphic design in a survey textbook
Criteria: Mechanics & Directions /1
Writing is clear, fluid, and without errors

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Romeo & Juliet Costume Piece/ Mock-up SYNOPSIS- I will be doing a mockup design

Romeo & Juliet Costume Piece/ Mock-up
SYNOPSIS- I will be doing a mockup design of the play “Romeo & Juliet” focusing on the 2 costume pieces for Juliet Capulet. I’d like to create a Simplistic 1970s- present costume design that is rich fabric and accented with jewels or other beautiful embellishments.
Costume 1- Juliet Capulet’s first innocence dress before the masquerade ball. She’s 14 years young. Act 1, Scene 1.
Note: This costume piece must represent her purity, beauty and naivety.
Costume 2- first ball dress from her mother. She enters the ball draped in a metallic red-orange cloak, and blends in within the group of other red-garbed Capulets. signaling her not only bidding farewell to her childhood, but also shedding her Capulet identity. Act 1, Scene 2.
Fabrics to consider for both costumes, but just an idea: taffeta, silk and satin gowns, corset, Mesh, Ribbon, sash.
Instructions:
Create 2 renderings for costume 1 & 2. If not possible, create 1 rendering for either costume 1 or 2. Include what fabrics will be used and why the usage of those fabrics. What is the symbolism of it? Also write a 1-2 page script that includes the following:
1. Identify Juliet Capulet, her status, and personality.
2. Give a brief analysis of the play and character (Juliet Capulet).
3. identify and establish time and place of both costumes.
4. Demonstrate symbolism of costumes.
Questions to answer:
1. In post modern times, clothes reflect what?
2. What time period are the costumes of Juliet Capulet’s? What would be the century, specific year, season, time and day?
3. What is the tone and style of the renderings?
4. Do colors and fabrics correlate with the genre of the play and character’s personality?
5. What are the elements of space and lines to colors and textures of Juliet Capulet’s costumes?
6. What is the fashion history of Romeo and Juliet play?
Below is an example of a rendering I’ve made but not satisfied with the completion of it. I’ve also included a document of notes, ideas, and inspiration I’ve gathered from my research.
Comments from Customer
the renderings can be done digitally

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Art (Fine arts, Performing arts)

Who, or what, is missing from our textbook? Propose a graphic designer, illustra

Who, or what, is missing from our textbook?
Propose a graphic designer, illustrator, graphic design movement, or genre of design for inclusion in the next edition of Graphic Design: A New History. This can be anything that is not currently (or not sufficiently) covered in our textbook. This is a chance to present an area of your own interest, and to make a case for why it is significant to the larger picture of graphic design history.
Justify your choice by explaining its significance, or what it would contribute, to our understanding of the history of graphic design. Who, or what, should current and future students of graphic design history learn about? Why is it important, or of interest?
Your pitch should be approximately 300-400 words, and must include 2-4 relevant images to support it.
You can write in an informal, blog-type style (first-person, personal pronouns are fine): but you must still pay attention to grammar, spelling, and sentence structure.
Have fun!
Criteria: Choice and Visual Evidence /4
Proposed designer or area of design is a well-considered choice for the next edition of the textbook; visual material supports argument
Criteria: Written Support /5
Persuasively and concisely argues the need for including this designer or area of graphic design in a survey textbook
Criteria: Mechanics & Directions /1
Writing is clear, fluid, and without errors

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Google “Robert Frank The Americans” and click on videos. The 2nd video is a pers

Google “Robert Frank The Americans” and click on videos. The 2nd video is a person looking through the photo book “The Americans” by Robert Frank OR go to: https://oscarenfotos.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/robert_frank_-_the_americans.pdf
Look through Robert Frank’s famous photobook “The Americans” from 1959. Select 1 image to write about. Your response should include:
Trolley—New Orleans,” from “The Americans,” 1955. Explain and select an image from that project to write about.

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Assembling and Completing the Written Reaction/Analysis iconIn this assignment,

Assembling and Completing the Written Reaction/Analysis
iconIn this assignment, you will use the feedback you have received on earlier parts of the project and publicly share your dance concert and analysis with the class.
Review the Instructions
Assemble all of the writing you have done thus far— the 2 dance reactions/responses discussed in Week 4 and the title and introductory paragraph submitted last week.
Revise each written assignment based on the comments made by the instructor.
Write additional responses/reactions on the dances that you have not written about paying careful attention to earlier comments as well as a concluding paragraph summarizing your thoughts about the concert.
All assignments should be in a PDF, typed, double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman font.
Put together the full paper in this order:
Title of the Concert
Introductory paragraph describing the themes of the concert
Written response to the first dance in the concert
Response to the second dance in the concert
Response to the third dance in the concert
Response to the fourth dance in the concert
Response to the fifth dance in the concert
Concluding paragraph

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In this assignment, you will select one dance from the selected Dance at Illinoi

In this assignment, you will select one dance from the selected Dance at Illinois concert and use the Performance Response Guidelines to write a one-page response to the dance. In the following weeks, you will be developing your skills in writing about dance. This assignment allows you to practice writing about dance, while also providing you essential feedback on how to improve your ability to articulate your views on dance.
Instructions:
Read the Performance Response Guidelines, found here.
Watch the Dance at Illinois concert, taking notes as you watch, and select one dance that you would like to write about.
Use the Performance Response Guidelines to write a one-page response to the dance that you selected, being mindful that you will be evaluated on the clarity of your writing, as well as the depth of your thought.
Finally, proof read your paragraphs as if you were the one grading them and look for spelling and grammar mistakes. Next, read the paragraph out loud to make sure the writing flows and communicates your ideas clearly.
All assignments should be in a PDF, typed, double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman font.

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Since your peers’ preparation for that class will include the careful study of y

Since your peers’ preparation for that class will include the careful study of your presentation, late submissions of, or extensions for, the class presentations will not be possible. There should be no reason for you to request extra time given that all topics are published before the start of the course and you have several weeks to prepare this assignment that should not require more than 3-6 hours to prepare.
The presentation prompt will ask you to consider an object (or two objects) under one or a couple particular aspects. Your presentation will take the form of a video that should combine images and spoken text in a user-friendly manner. Your video should not exceed 3 minutes. Most topics can be developed well in 1.5 to 2 minutes. Preparing the class presentation carefully will be a great way to prepare for your final project.
You should list all the sources you’ve consulted or referenced in your presentation at the end of your video.
prepare a short video presenting these four panels narrating the life of Christ, originally from a predella by Perugino. Very briefly explain what a predella is and how it lends itself to telling stories. Please briefly explain the four scenes depicted here. How is each moment “narrated” visually? Look, for example, at each panel’s composition, at the role of the figures in the background vis-à-vis the figures in the foreground, etc. And what stylistic features unite these four scenes in one coherent narrative? Would Alberti have been pleased with this pictorial treatment of the chosen moments? Why or why not?