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For each set of slides, identify each object by artist (if applicable), title, m

For each set of slides, identify each object by artist (if applicable), title, materials, size, date, period, location.
2. Describe each object formally, technically, conceptually, and socio-politically. Remember that the movement that each work belongs to is driven by its socio-political context.
3. Then compare and contrast the works in each pair- what do they have in common, how are they different? Compare and contrast each work formally, technically, conceptually, and socio-politically.
Here is the compare/contrast exam power point:

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Trifles by Susan Galaspell EVERYTHING IN POWERPOINT * Create a Ground Plan for o

Trifles by Susan Galaspell
EVERYTHING IN POWERPOINT
* Create a Ground Plan for one scene or one act of the play. You need to sketch, draw, or design the stage as things would appear from the above the stage. See examples that I have provided. These do not have to be perfect pictures; they just need to give the Producer an idea of what the stage might look like. Include set pieces. You do not need to include props. Do not include people. Do not use the one the theatre website might provide as it will not contain the set pieces, furniture, etc. for your play
* Design a Poster that presents your play to the world. (See the examples that I have provided.) You can use any medium to create the Poster, but it must be able to be uploaded to the course. The only required information of the poster is the title of the play and the name of the playwright. You may include other relevant information you desire (theatre, director, stars, etc.)