This essay is for my Intro to Flim class – Develop a thesis-led paper that provi

This essay is for my Intro to Flim class
– Develop a thesis-led paper that provides reading and analysis of any film of your choice. Along the way, you are expected to explore how a specific filmic technique creates another level of meaning for a scene within the film. Only use at least one flimic technique used in the flim such as (editing, crosscutting, film composition, use of shots (i.e. tracking shots, close-ups)
– Develop support paragraph outlining and supporting this thesis and creating a line of argument. Support paragraphs should connect back to help prove/defend your thesis. Use multiple scenes within the same film to prove your point.

Women were frequent subjects in prehistoric sculpture. Do you find the argument

Women were frequent subjects in prehistoric sculpture. Do you find the argument that fertility objects such as the Woman of Willendorf (1.14) and the Woman from Brassempouy (1.13) were created by women convincing? Why or why not? In your opinion, what accounts for the abstract design of these fertility objects? Please select one specific example to discuss in your first post.

Part One: Review what you learned in your textbook and picture below then: descr

Part One: Review what you learned in your textbook and picture below then:
describe the period (artistic? political? historical?) in which this painting was made.
are there any other works by the artist discussed in the textbook? if so, briefly describe.
are there any other views of Mexico City discussed in your textbook? if so, briefly describe.
Part Two: Review what you learned in the Zavala and Eggener articles and answer the following questions:
1. What is the general subject? I’ll help you out with this one: it is a city view and specifically a view of Mexico City.
2. What is the specific subject and its context? answer each of the questions below to respond.
1. what part of the city do we see? do we see more than the city itself?
2. can you tell what cardinal direction we are looking at it from? and what direction we are looking towards?
3. Why was this subject important in the moment O’Gorman painted it? Why did O’Gorman choose this subject and this specific view and arrangement of Mexico City?
3. What is the broader cultural and historical context of the painting?
1. What is happening in Mexico City at this time (e.g., politically, economically, etc.) ?
2. What is happening artistically and/or culturally at this time?
Assessment: 250-350 words total

our initial discussion thread is due on Day 3 (Thursday) and you have until Day

our initial discussion thread is due on Day 3 (Thursday) and you have until Day 7 (Monday) to respond to your classmates. Your grade will reflect both the quality of your initial post and the depth of your responses. Refer to the Discussion Forum Grading Rubric under the Settings icon above for guidance on how your discussion will be evaluated.
How Art Historians Discuss Art [WLOs: 1, 2] [CLOs: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
Prior to beginning work on this discussion forum, read Chapter 4 and 5 from the textbook, review the Google Arts and Culture online exhibit ‘The Fall of the Rebel Angels:’ A Closer Look at the Masterpiece
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, and watch Chapter 5 Summary: The Principles of Design
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. Additionally, review the following sections in the textbook:
5.1 Elements of Design
5.2 Principles of Design
3: Socio-Cultural Contexts
4: Symbolism and Iconography
Art historians use specific terminology and engage in a visual and mental process to make sense of and describe art. Drawing on the information that you learned from the exhibit, analyze the Bruegel work The Fall of the Rebel Angels in your own words. Your analysis should discuss the following:
One element of design in Bruegel’s The Fall of the Rebel Angels (review section 2.5.1: Elements of Design):
Line
Shape
Perspective
Texture
Color
One principle of design in Bruegel’s The Fall of the Rebel Angels (review section 2.5.2: Principles of Design):
Unity and variety
Scale and proportion
Balance
Emphasis and Movement
Rhythm and Repetition
One contextual aspect of Bruegel’s The Fall of the Rebel Angels (review section 5.3: Socio-Cultural Contexts):
Historical Context
Social Context
Personal or Creative Narrative Context
Political Context
Scientific Context
The use of symbolism and iconography in Bruegel’s The Fall of the Rebel Angels (review section 5.4: Symbolism and Iconography).
Cite your sources as outlined in the Writing Center
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guides on APA: Citing Within Your Paper
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and APA: Formatting Your References List
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. For works of art, follow the APA Style reference entry format using the APA Style: Artwork References
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webpage as a guide. Your initial post must be at least 200 words in length.
Guided Response: Review several of your classmates’ posts. By Day 7, provide a substantive response to at least two of your classmates. Review their application of terms related to design, context, symbolism, and iconography.

Prior to beginning work on this discussion forum, read Chapter 4 and 5 from the

Prior to beginning work on this discussion forum, read Chapter 4 and 5 from the textbook, browse the Art Identifying Movements
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interactive, looking over the different art movements, and reflect on the reading and video assignments for Week 1.
Next, select a work of art of your choice from the textbook, a website listed on the ART101 Museum and Images Websites
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document, one of the assigned virtual reality videos or tours, or visit your local museum. Your work of art should be different from the ones discussed in the Week 1 Exploring an Art Museum or Art History Gallery: Renaissance and Baroque discussions. Identify the movement the work of art is from, and locate a credible source on that movement from the University of Arizona Global Campus Library’s ART101: Week 2 Discussion 1
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web page.
Complete the following:
Provide the title of the work, the name of the artist, the date the work was created, and the place the work was created.
Identify the stylistic period or movement of your work of art.
Drawing from the chapters in the textbook, the Art Identifying Movements
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interactive, and your credible source, discuss what elements (subject, style, materials, etc.,) in the work are evidence of the work’s stylistic period or movement.
Identify whether your work of art is an example of representational art, abstract art, or non-representational art. What elements of this work are evidence of the work’s type?
Cite your sources as outlined in the Writing Center
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guides on APA: Citing Within Your Paper
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and APA: Formatting Your References List
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. For works of art, follow the APA Style reference entry format using the APA Style: Artwork References
(Links to an external site.)
webpage as a guide.
Your initial post must be at least 200 words in length.
Guided Response: Review several of your classmates’ posts. By Day 7, provide a substantive response to at least two of your classmates. Review their comments regarding their chosen works of art. What additional implications could be considered in determining if the work of art is an example of representational art, abstract art, or non-representational art? What additional questions would you recommend asking about the works of art? Why?