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    The Unicorn Is Found, is a miraculous tapestry that hangs in The Metropolitan Museum Of Art in New York. (Stokstad and Cothren). Unfortunately, the place of origin and the artist for this piece is unknown. It is composed of wool, silk, and metal threads, forming this 12-foot by 12-foot textile. This tapestry incorporates many human figures surrounding a simple fountain. The figures carry weaponry and shields, suggesting that these humans are on a hunt. They congregate together behind the fountain, and all appear to be conversing with one another. The clothing, as it matches with the castle in the background, is comprised of Renaissance characteristics. Below the figures sit a wide array of mythical creatures. The largest mythical creature,…

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    ReadyMade magazine is the marketing of Innovation-publishing information and guidance to the audience as ways and ideas of doing it themselves. Provides a wide variety of information for a targeted audience, they are the innovator marketing aspect, they published information for people to that are interesting and doing and/or creating substantial items on their own. Weather that we do out of self-pleasure, they consider it one of their hobbies, individuals may enjoy to things like the items…

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    three column styles found in ancient Greek architecture. Two of the three column styles found in ancient Greek architecture are Ionic and Corinthian orders. Ionic order columns rest on detailed bases and have slender columns. On top of the columns are double scrolls. In contrast, Corinthian columns are more elaborate compared to Ionic columns. On top of the columns consist of two rows of fanned out leaves and fours scrolls. 2. What were Ushabti? What purpose did they have? Ushabti were small…

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    Pop Art Vs Popular Culture

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    culture, or Pop Art was a time when simple objects of everyday life were made into fine art, but more often Pop art is a statement on mass advertising and the customer culture after WWII. It also was a means to demonstrate against future conflicts as well. During the world’s recovery of WWII magazines and newspapers were full of advertisements of what to buy, and how the perfect house hold should look like. People tried to live above their means in order to fulfil what they thought they were…

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    The fine arts have been around for many years. The fine arts include Choir, Band, Drama, and many others. Over the years, students have thought that the fine arts were just classes that were easy A’s and that they could just get by in them. What the students did not know is that being involved in a fine arts class impacted them greatly. Many studies have been conducted throughout the years and they have found that the students were heavily impacted by the arts in school. In the early 2000’s,…

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    How do the Arts Affect Student Learning The arts have stimulated controversy over the years. Research has upheld that the fine arts help improve standardized testing and learning. Arts can access complex parts of the brain to better analyze students surroundings. The arts have been cut from schools throughout the United States and test scores are going down. The arts have been proven to help children with learning disabilities or mental health issues better understand what is being taught to…

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    Experiencing Humanity

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    once taught that, “Art is one of the sources through which the soul expresses itself and inspires others.” Art throughout history has defined cultures, helped us understand people and emotions; it has allowed us to see humanity through our own eyes and they eyes of others. However, there is a major obstacle that has been faced in the past. The impact that these…

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    In this paper, you will learn about three artworks and artists that can be found in the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery. There are many different types of artists. For example, animation art, calligraphy, computer art, drawings, folk art, mosaic art, and the list can go on and on. These three specific artists are all different in many ways. By the style of art they worked with, their background information, also, their own perspective of what art means to them. I was able to get inspired by Lost…

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    While visiting the hallways of the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego, one work of art by Jennifer Steinkamp stood out greatly. One projector and a small computer in a dark room presented a work of art on a white wall: Flowers. The piece of art itself was a computer generated video of flowers that endlessly swayed side to side. However, it was not the projected content that intrigued me, but the medium of the work instead. I glanced at the computer, and my mind was filled with a multitude…

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    Diversity In Art

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    tribal works produced by the natives. One would assume that diversity and the art world would be synonymous with each other, hand in hand. But just like the many jobs and situations in American and across the world, inequality between the sexes and the races is still prevalent in…

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