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    Multimedia Artists Career

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    After leaving high school, finding the right career is the next step in the plan of life. When choosing a career, one should tailor it to their personality and interests. Being the creative person that I am, the careers that suit me best are multimedia artist and art teacher. Multimedia artist tend to have an easier lifestyle than most other workers do. On average, multimedia artists make more than the average worker does: Multimedia artists earned average annual salaries of $68,060, according to the BLS. The top 10 percent earned more than $109,370 per year, and the lowest earners made less than $34,800 (Suttle). With that said, one might wonder about the process to reach that income in the field. Most multimedia artists…

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    Comparing artists and their music has gone on since music first began. Each person thinks their favorite artist’s album is the best, while the other argues that his is the best. Just like any other entertainment category, it is very hard to convince the other person that you are right, even though the evidence is shouting out at them. Which is better? Two popular artists on each end of the spectrum of popularity with one artist’s album being on the Billboard 200 chart at number 1 and the other…

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    A Foley Artist creates audio effects for a film by using physical props. As a Foley Artist, you are responsible for very specific sounds although you do not create audio for standard special effects, such as explosions or background noises from cars—that is the domain of audio engineers. Instead you deal with recreating the finer details that require a high degree of precision: The clop of someone's shoes as they walk across the floor or the rustle of their jacket as they sit in a chair. Your…

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    societal attitudes and transform stereotypes. While the movement worked to act as catalysts for change, there are three artists who…

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    however, to be a makeup artist wasn’t her dream when she was young. Nila always wanted to be a therapist, but after she started doing makeups for part-time in university, she discovered that makeup is something she’s really good at. People loved her makeup skills and philosophies and her work became more and more popular, that’s why she finally decided to choose to be a full-time makeup artist. “A couple months ago, I was speaking to a client of mine, a psychotherapist. I was like ‘Oh, that’s…

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    Interaction In 1995, Triple J created a youth radio station dedicated to helping up and coming Australian artists have a launchpad into the music industry. I have been listening to Triple J Unearthed since 2013, discovering new upcoming Australian artists and bands. The interaction will discuss how Triple J Unearthed has exposed me to unestablished Australian artists. I have looked at what bands I have found out about through the listening service. I also looked into how the website is set up,…

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    Essay On Art Elasticity

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    The Elasticity between an Artist and his Art An artist is his work, and thus uses the medium to express emotion and their state of being. Art is an expression of the will and feelings of the artist and thusly are subconsciously intertwined to form a beautiful blend of the material and immaterial. The argument can be made that an artist can represent himself one way through his art and contrast drastically in the real world. I firmly believe that an artist does not have to represent his true…

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    Shirin Neshat Identity

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    Identity is made up of who people are and characteristics that define them. Overtime, artists express the concept of identity through portraits, self-portraits, photography, videography and many more medias. The concept of identity is popular with many artists as it allows them to write their own story through art and to express whom they truly are and to not be trapped into whom society thinks they are. Identity is the way we perceive and express ourselves. Circumstances and factors that an…

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    Unit 3 Art Review Essay

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    Exploring three art reviews helped construct a better understanding of the fundamental aspects that are important to persuasive arguments. All of the reviews are of work from the past year all from the Portland area. Each author cited previous art movements and artists to enhance their stance on the work of the new artist. This gives more artistic credit to the new artists work since it follows historical traditions yet finds new perspectives. The descriptive language about the physical nature…

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    Language Of Art

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    from society’s standards and restraints in order to be individually successful. Throughout my life, I have seen the difficulties an artist must endure in order to be successful in the typical sense. However, I have also learned that success can come in many different forms and can be attained through many different methods. This work you are reading is a different type of art for me. It is the art of wisdom I have obtained throughout my life and now have the opportunity to share with a new…

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