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The catacombs were the first meeting places, underground, where those of the new

The catacombs were the first meeting places, underground, where those of the new Christian religion painted on the walls. When Christianity became legal to practice. In 313 when Constantine made it possible for all religions to worship openly, structures had to be designed to fit the Christian congregational style. The Medieval and Early Christian eras showed an emerging interest in architecture. The Assignment: discuss these following concepts: the new churches; the addition of ornamentation; • What was the name of the first types of buildings that were modified to become Christian churches? • Compare the style of the Romanesque church with the newer Gothic churches? what did they have as ornamentation, windows, size • What is one of the example of what decorated these churches? For the last two questions: First see video called, Gothic Cathedral: Restoration: how it looks • o Were the churches colored or the grey that we are used to seeing? o Who was Abbott Suger (pronounced Soo-jhay) and what did he do to change architecture?

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Name the 3 most significant periods of Greek Art In red here below gives you the

Name the 3 most significant periods of Greek Art In red here below gives you the source of the information you’ll need. The textbook doesn’t put it in this form. the information comes from the reading in the attached article called Summary of Greek Sculpture and it’s also a link in the module itself, plus the reading in the online textbook Then with sculpture only: Choose one example of a sculpture from each period Identify and describe one characteristic of the sculptures (that would be: one sculpture from each period. This is to capture the differences of each from the other) Then: choose and discuss one of the most prominent sculptors. (just one, not one from each period) SUMMARY OF GREEK SCULPTURE-1.pdf

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MIN 400 WORDS Look at the cave paintings in the text (The Paleolithic period) an

MIN 400 WORDS Look at the cave paintings in the text (The Paleolithic period) and consider what they might show us regarding the development of human beings at that time? What might they have been thinking? Why didn’t they write down why they did these? What tools did they use and what do archeologists and anthropologists think about why these exist? Readings: from the textbook (Chapter 12), all of it

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Propose three different paint colour schemes for the entire ground floor that yo

Propose three different paint colour schemes for the entire ground floor that you completed in Assignment 4. Your schemes are to be made up of three colour schemes from the Colour Harmony Groups chapter in this module. For your selected colour group, you can add a neutral, white, grey or black to create a complete colour scheme. For example: ■ Scheme 1 – Monochromatic ■ Scheme 2 – Analogous ■ Scheme 3 – Achromatic To assist with the assignment, it is recommended that you purchase an “artist’s colour wheel” like the image below. The colour harmony groups are shown on the back, and the wheel is designed to spin around and quickly identify all the colours in the group. ANALOGOUS EXAMPLE VERSION 1:4 – MAY 2022 – COPYRIGHT © ONLINE EDUCATION ALL RIGHTS RESERVED COLOUR 113 Each scheme is to include all the rooms for the entire ground floor and should include paint colours and finishes for: ■ Ceilings ■ Walls ■ Wallpaper ■ Painted Feature Walls (if applicable) ■ Doors ■ Architraves ■ Cornices ■ Skirting Boards You can choose as many colours as you like for each scheme as long as it is within the colour harmony group.

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INSTRUCTIIONS: Artistic Works of the Renaissance Period Write 250 word on the :A

INSTRUCTIIONS: Artistic Works of the Renaissance Period Write 250 word on the :Artistic Works of the Renaissance Period APA STYLE. NEEEDED ASAP!!!!! 2 HOURS MAXX

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For Page 1 Koons’s Balloon Dog 1. Write a one thing about Jeff Koons that you le

For Page 1 Koons’s Balloon Dog 1. Write a one thing about Jeff Koons that you learned about from the video. 2. In your opinion: is it or isn’t it art? 3. Now choose 2 Elements and 2 Principles of Design the following links for each image and identify how you see them in the pictures. 4. Then based on the definition below from the book, tell me why it is or isn’t art. Choose one from the list, or more if you want to For Page 2 daVinci’s Annunciation 1. Write a one thing about Leonardo daVinci that you learned about from the article. 2. In your opinion: is the painting art or not? 3. Now choose 2 Elements and 2 Principles of Design the following links for each image and identify how you see them in the pictures. 4. Then based on the definition * below from the book, tell me why it is or isn’t art. Choose one from the list, or more if you want to Analyzing 2 works of art: should be one page for each image This is a 3 part assignment: For EACH IMAGE 1. say whether or not you consider the work “art” 2. Choose 2 of the terms in the 2 article links, to discuss how those, like color for example, appear in and affect the painting or sculpture. 3. Research more about the artists then write about them…complete description below in number 3 on the list at the bottom of the page. • o READ ONLY and KEEP IN MIND IN YOUR DISCUSSION: A working definition of art: there are 4 parts: “(1) Art is an expression (2) based on an idea or experience, (3) with skill and the (4) use of a medium.” (medium is painting, sculpture, photography, etc.) 1. FIRST: for each of the 2 images below: Jacob Lawrence’s Migration series an Migration Series Jacob Lawrence and David Smith’s Cubi VI Cubi VI David Smith answer this question: based on the definition above the pictures, is it art? 2. THEN: discussion of the terms of art Pick one Element and one Principle from the lists from these headings in your textbook, chapters 2 and 3? and do a thorough discussion of how they appear in and affect the work You then want to talk about both while discussing each image: For example: What element might you want to talk about from that list when looking at David Smith’s Cubi VI? Possibly “shape”? What are the shapes and how might they all work together? Or Color? Is there much color, and what is it? How does the color affect how it looks and is viewed by you? What principle might you want to talk about from this list Possibly “balance”? Is it symmetrical? Or Asymmetrical and how would either of those show up in this sculpture? Or another choice: Movement? Proportion? Variety? 3. LAST: research both artists This part is to get deeper into the artist himself. To get a better idea of who they are and what their work might have been influenced by. Include a discussion based on the following a.) the artist’s lifestyle, b.) artwork’s ethnic value: what culture and ethnic influence does it show? c.) the history and even the economics (in a rich or impoverished environment?) of the environment in which it was created. For example: In what city and what part of that city was Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series created? Does that affect the work?

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Fellow the directions and edit what I started. I must be 8 sentences long. Make

Fellow the directions and edit what I started. I must be 8 sentences long. Make sure you answer all questions in the directions.

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Please read the instruction carefully and complete attached file. If you do not

Please read the instruction carefully and complete attached file. If you do not complete the assignment correctly the payment will not be released and you will be given the opportunity to fix it. AND NO PLAGIARISM!!!

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All information is shown via attached files. Assignment 1: Narrative based on No

All information is shown via attached files.
Assignment 1: Narrative based on Non-fiction
In The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, the author reveals that Henrietta did not wish to donate her cells for research and that the family was not exactly pleased with the manner in which her body was used for science. Choose one of the following people from the text and write a narrative from his or her point of view. You should include some of the facts and information from the text, but mostly this will be a fictionalized account of what happened based on your imagination.
Character Perspectives:
Deborah Lacks (Henrietta’s daughter)
David Lacks (Henrietta’s husband)
If you need help getting started, consider the following ideas as food for thought:
1) What time period do you wish to set your story (when Henrietta was living or after her death?)
2) Perhaps you’d like to write from Deborah’s perspective, growing up without her mother and later learning about her HeLa cells.
3) Consider writing from David’s perspective as he realizes his wife is dying or when he finds out that science has taken her cells without his knowledge or approval.
There are many more ways to approach this assignment; feel free to be creative based on the text. Since this is a narrative, your paper will be assessed on descriptive elements such as dialogue, interesting adjectives, vivid verbs, figurative language, etc. You’ll want to consider the elements of a narrative (setting, characterization, plot, style).

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All information is shown via attached files. Assignment 1: Narrative based on No

All information is shown via attached files.
Assignment 1: Narrative based on Non-fiction
In The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, the author reveals that Henrietta did not wish to donate her cells for research and that the family was not exactly pleased with the manner in which her body was used for science. Choose one of the following people from the text and write a narrative from his or her point of view. You should include some of the facts and information from the text, but mostly this will be a fictionalized account of what happened based on your imagination.
Character Perspectives:
Deborah Lacks (Henrietta’s daughter)
David Lacks (Henrietta’s husband)
If you need help getting started, consider the following ideas as food for thought:
1) What time period do you wish to set your story (when Henrietta was living or after her death?)
2) Perhaps you’d like to write from Deborah’s perspective, growing up without her mother and later learning about her HeLa cells.
3) Consider writing from David’s perspective as he realizes his wife is dying or when he finds out that science has taken her cells without his knowledge or approval.
There are many more ways to approach this assignment; feel free to be creative based on the text. Since this is a narrative, your paper will be assessed on descriptive elements such as dialogue, interesting adjectives, vivid verbs, figurative language, etc. You’ll want to consider the elements of a narrative (setting, characterization, plot, style).