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For up to 15 extra credit points in the Assignment category, you must follow all directions and fully address the prompt. Also, you have to answer the question fully in your first post, or I cannot give you credit for this. Please don’t overlook this requirement! 🙂 Initial Post:
Name which movie you watched from the three posted in the Overview
In 75-100 words, describe a scene (including the time location) that illustrates or discusses ANY of the painting concepts we studied in the last two modules.For example, the scene might discuss one or some of the media/elements of painting (Week 2B module), the styles of painting (Week 2C module), or the any of the six traditional principles of painting (Week 2C module). Or, the scene might discuss another artist’s work that we looked at in the readings and PowerPoints.
In 75-100 words, describe a scene (including the time location) that illustrates a clash between the main artist’s values and the values of the society/people around that artist.So that means you will be talking about either Jean-Michel Basquiat, Frida Kahlo, or Jackson Pollock. Identify what sort of value or values that painter was trying to express in his/her work, and how that represented a clash with the values of society or a clash with the values of the traditional art world.
In 75 words, choose someone who watched a different movie than you and comment thoughtfully and analytically on the third aspect of their post (the one about clashes in values) Overview & Movie ChoicesObjectives
In this module, we will have the opportunity to earn some extra credit by:Watching a movie to flesh-out some of the concepts we learned about painting.
Discussing our movie choice in light of personal and societal values.
Movie Choices (pick one)
You may want to read the prompt in the discussion board before you make your choice, and you absolutely should read the prompt before you watch whatever you choose (so that you can keep it in mind while you’re watching)!Basquiat (1996)
Discussion: Painters and Values