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  • The Chrysanthemums Analysis

    SA 2: "The Chrysanthemums" is a short story of John Steinbeck which reflects the frustration in the present life of Elisa Allen, strong and proud woman. This frustration arises from not having a child as well as from the dissatisfaction in a romantic relationship with her husband. The only possible way out for Elisa's frustration is her beautiful flower garden where she plants chrysanthemums. The author frequently uses chrysanthemums as a symbol as well as a number of other items in order to…

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  • Research Paper On The Woodstock Festival

    Woodstock Festival The Woodstock Festival begun as a small local fun time event that exploded into a 3 day rock and roll phenomenon. For some this event was a decent way to get out of the house, but for most this was a way for them to forget about the Vietnam war. The Woodstock Festival a time for America to let loose and forget about every care in the world. A weekend full of 32 rock bands, 400,000 people, drugs, and a bunch of alcohol, the world actually forgot about their pitiful little…

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  • Counterculture In The 1960s

    parks and other public places. The students felt they owed it to their generation to stand up for what they believe in. These groups of expressive, courageous people were known as hippies. They made up a big portion of the attendees of Woodstock. The festival of Rock and Peace…

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  • Leighton Pierce

    Pierce experiments a great deal with sound and installation. His artistic style is similar to impressionism, an art style represented by fluid motion and obvious brushstrokes. Music is a large influence in his work, along with other art forms such as poetry and dance. In one interview he stated that his work has been influenced most by teaching moments he’s gained from experiences with these art forms. Pierce captures a moment and makes it timeless through its connected environment…

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  • Kurt Wenner: An American Artist

    When I was in my sophomore year of high school, my art teacher Mrs. Samally opened my eyes to many different types of art forms throughout the world. One form of art that particularly caught my eye, was the art of 3-D chalk drawings on street canvasses. The way that these artists can portray depth and realism in their art work just baffles me. They can create masterpieces with chalk that I didn’t even think was ever possible before. The artist who predominantly stood out to me the most is an…

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  • Relationship Between Tourism, Creativity And Culture

    discuss how ‘the art world’ describes the relationship between tourism, creativity and culture. The concept of ‘the art world’ is a creative process and came about in 1964, when Arthur Danto and sociologists began to analyse the experience of the ever-changing production and appreciation of art. The art world is made up of a series of interlinked networks that play a role in every culture. Therefore, the art world is a combination of actors and institutions such as artists, museums and art…

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  • Shinto Shrine In Japanese Culture

    Shinto Shrine, the Witness of Japanese Religion, Culture and Art Japan is very famous for both its traditional culture and its modern culture. Talking about traditional Japanese culture, shrine is one of the things that people would think of the most; and talking about modern Japanese culture, people would usually think about anime, games, etc. but even in these modern culture, there is still a high rate that shrine would exist. When people walk in Japan, they could find a lot of shrines. The…

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  • Analysis: Betty Bivins Edwards

    a visit to Oxford, England while studying medieval art, she experienced an inspirational moment that defined her future to become an artist. After visiting the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon, Georgia and looking at the different paintings and potteries that were on display at the museum, two particular pictures caught my attention that was painted by an Artist who is known as Betty Bivins Edwards’. The name of the painting is how the arts saved Macon, which was painted by Ms. Betty…

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  • The Importance Of Culture And The Arts

    In this essay, it will be further discuss on the question whether culture and the arts should be funded if they are not profitable. According to Edward Tylor, “culture is a complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society” (Tylor, 1889). Culture and arts is an important element that the people today should not neglect, as it is present in every society and nation. It also represents the society…

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  • Global Art Cinema

    Global art cinema has been a widely contested term among film critics and scholars alike. The term was created to help categorize and define a genre of film that directly opposes First Cinema, or commercial cinema produced and distributed by Hollywood in the United States. In the book, Global Art Cinema, Second Cinema, or art cinema, has been summarized by authors Rosalind Galt and Karl Schoonover, as being feature films typically including “...foreign production, overt engagement of aesthetic..…

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