1-2 Primary Research Images–images that are influencing your design Five Thumbn

1-2 Primary Research Images–images that are influencing your design
Five Thumbnail Sketches to explore the composition and story
Review the image attached and list two research images that relate to the story of Euripides by Medea. There should be one person in the image(small) as related to the scale. Write some points on the research image that you have selected.
The images should be quite small and quick: no need to be fully invested in the details just yet.
Out of the 5 sketches, some should be plan view (2D from the top) and some should be elevation (3D from front)
The sketches should be drawn and uploaded. and they should be small and quick .
Your design ideas should be about the play Medea.
Selecting the research images is not to complicated as I have to replicate the project and make it.

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Make sure to break down your analysis into the following sections: Paragraph 1:

Make sure to break down your analysis into the following sections:
Paragraph 1: What is the context or background information on the artwork?
Paragraph 2: Describe the FORM (VOLUME, MASS) and TEXTURE in the artwork, how do these elements/ principles affect the overall appearance of the artwork? How do they help convey the artwork’s message?
Paragraph 3: Using the “Function and Purpose” document attached as guidance, what function/ functions does this artwork have and why? Base this answer on the information you wrote in the previous 2 paragraphs. Document formatting:
1-page (it is ok if your writing goes to 2 pages)
Double-spaced
Font size 11
*DO NOT INCLUDE IMAGE OF ARTWORK, JUST STATE TITLE OF ARTWORK AND ARTIST’S NAME

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Task summary: The task involves using provided templates in the Soomo webtext to

Task summary:
The task involves using provided templates in the Soomo webtext to draft slides and speaker notes for a presentation. Specific elements to address include providing an overview of artifacts, theme, and thesis statement within the humanities domain, explaining the relevance of the theme and thesis statement to the audience, and supporting conclusions with evidence from cultural analyses and personal experiences.
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Dear Freelancer,
please writemore instructions within login credentials
MAIN DETAILS:
Prompt
Using the templates provided in your Soomo webtext, draft the slides and speaker notes for your presentation. The purpose of the speaker notes is to fill in the details you believe are necessary to include in the presentation in order to address the critical elements below, but will not necessarily be included on the presentation’s slides. Your speaker notes can either be bulleted points for each step of your presentation or more developed paragraphs to help you deliver the presentation. This part is up to you; either way, these notes should contain substantial details to address each of the required parts of your presentation.
Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
Provide a brief overview of your artifacts, theme, and thesis statement. How are they situated within the domain of the humanities?
Explain how the theme, as it is expressed in the cultural artifacts, and thesis statement impact the audience. In other words, how is the theme relevant to members of the audience? Why should the audience care about your thesis statement? Support your response with specific examples from your exploration document.
Describe the evidence from subjective and objective cultural analyses that you have to support your conclusions about the impact of the theme and cultural artifacts on you personally and on your audience. Support your response with specific examples from your exploration document.
Explain why the theme and cultural artifacts are important to you personally. In other words, why did you select these artifacts to study? Why did you select your theme, especially if there are other themes that could apply?
Explain how studying the humanities can give you both a personal and professional advantage. In other words, what is the benefit of studying the humanities?
Explain why the humanities are important to society. In other words, what do the humanities tell us about our own culture and experiences? How do the humanities impact us? Support your response with specific examples from your exploration document and your own personal and professional experiences.
Communicate your message in a way that is tailored to your specific audience. For instance, you could consider your vocabulary, your audience’s potential current humanities knowledge or lack thereof, and what is specifically important to the audience.Please use ZenMate or VPN, a browser application that allows changing your IP address to the US. It is obligatory to change your IP to prevent our Client’s university from noticing that someone is trying to reach a student’s account from a different country. For your convenience please find the guide How to use windscribe or ZenMate by following this link: https://bit.ly/3e8DwrG

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Strict, 500 WORD LIMIT on the initial post. Anything beyond that will not be gra

Strict, 500 WORD LIMIT on the initial post. Anything beyond that will not be graded. So edit. Be concise.
Select an image that represents. . Do some research about the image and the artist and know something about them…. Write a PERSONAL REFLECTION about what the image is and about what it means to YOU and how it informs YOUR your life or YOUR experience. This is the most critical item. DO NOT just write a high school book report about the image or the artist, informed by a few dull, Generic facts cribbed out of wikipedia or worse, padded with AI generated rhetoric. That’s a rip off, and it’s not what this assignment is about. I’m not going to give any student much for that sort of thing, so please be awaire
Write with your own voice. Don’t try to sound like an Art critic or a travelogue reporter, god forbid. Proof read for sense and spelling by all means but never undermine your own voice.
Traditional testing tells me which facts about the course content you have have acquired, but discussions tell me how you’re applying that knowledge. Both are vital, and weigh equally in your grade assessment. In fact, no student may pass this course without the ability to put thoughts into written English. Make no mistake, literacy is a big deal. It’s also a project requirement. A few Students have tried to pass this course without doing any written assignments…. WITH NO IMAGE VISIBLE WILL NOT BE GRADED

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For this assignment, you will begin to assemble a variety of sources that fit wi

For this assignment, you will begin to assemble a variety of sources that fit with your research topic proposal. We will use the BEAM Framework found in Ch. 13. Refer to the BEAM Reference Chart to help identify the types of sources and ideas for where to find specific sources to match your discipline. Nuts and bolts State your research question from your Research Topic Proposal. You may need to slightly alter what you originally submitted depending on instructor feedback. Move your research question to the next stage by writing a thesis statement. Your thesis should directly flow from your research question. You are making a claim that you will support with evidence. Others may be able to counter you claim, so you are not necessarily establishing a fact but arguing for a specific position. It will be necessary for you to begin to collect evidence prior to finalizing your thesis statement; it should be a single sentence. See UNC’s Writing Center page on Thesis Statements for more information.
Identify 4 sources that help frame and shape your understanding of the topic and address how you plan to answer the research question. State what category (background, exhibit, argument, or method) each source matches. 1 Background source
1 Exhibit source
1 Argument source 1 Method source Reach a conclusion arguing for your position referencing all four sources. Be sure to take opposing sides seriously. (This should be approximately 1 page long). Your final paper will be approximately 500 words in length. Cite each source according to the APA Style 7th edition or another style of your choosing. I have uploaded the proposal I submitted and the comment I had from professor, we are going to use the question in thr proposal and do the rest od the work upon it. I’m not sure but I have all instructions above ao ypu can read them let me know if you need me!

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two Artifacts I choose Mines are Guernica and The Great Gatsby Task summary: Th

two Artifacts I choose Mines are Guernica and The Great Gatsby
Task summary:
The task involves using provided templates in the Soomo webtext to draft slides and speaker notes for a presentation. Specific elements to address include providing an overview of artifacts, theme, and thesis statement within the humanities domain, explaining the relevance of the theme and thesis statement to the audience, and supporting conclusions with evidence from cultural analyses and personal experiences.
Full order description:
Dear Freelancer,
please writemore instructions within login credentials
MAIN DETAILS:
Prompt
Using the templates provided in your Soomo webtext, draft the slides and speaker notes for your presentation. The purpose of the speaker notes is to fill in the details you believe are necessary to include in the presentation in order to address the critical elements below, but will not necessarily be included on the presentation’s slides. Your speaker notes can either be bulleted points for each step of your presentation or more developed paragraphs to help you deliver the presentation. This part is up to you; either way, these notes should contain substantial details to address each of the required parts of your presentation.
Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
Provide a brief overview of your artifacts, theme, and thesis statement. How are they situated within the domain of the humanities?
Explain how the theme, as it is expressed in the cultural artifacts, and thesis statement impact the audience. In other words, how is the theme relevant to members of the audience? Why should the audience care about your thesis statement? Support your response with specific examples from your exploration document.
Describe the evidence from subjective and objective cultural analyses that you have to support your conclusions about the impact of the theme and cultural artifacts on you personally and on your audience. Support your response with specific examples from your exploration document.
Explain why the theme and cultural artifacts are important to you personally. In other words, why did you select these artifacts to study? Why did you select your theme, especially if there are other themes that could apply?
Explain how studying the humanities can give you both a personal and professional advantage. In other words, what is the benefit of studying the humanities?
Explain why the humanities are important to society. In other words, what do the humanities tell us about our own culture and experiences? How do the humanities impact us? Support your response with specific examples from your exploration document and your own personal and professional experiences.

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Make sure to break down your analysis into the following sections: Paragraph 1:

Make sure to break down your analysis into the following sections:
Paragraph 1: What is the context or background information on the artwork?
Paragraph 2: Describe the FORM (VOLUME, MASS) and TEXTURE in the artwork, how do these elements/ principles affect the overall appearance of the artwork? How do they help convey the artwork’s message?
Paragraph 3: Using the “Function and Purpose” document attached as guidance, what function/ functions does this artwork have and why? Base this answer on the information you wrote in the previous 2 paragraphs.
Document formatting:
1-page (it is ok if your writing goes to 2 pages)
Double-spaced
Font size 11
*DO NOT INCLUDE IMAGE OF ARTWORK, JUST STATE TITLE OF ARTWORK AND ARTIST’S NAME
Requirements:

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Make sure to break down your analysis into the following sections: Paragraph 1:

Make sure to break down your analysis into the following sections:
Paragraph 1: What is the context or background information on the artwork?
Paragraph 2: Describe the COLOR in the artwork, what are the color schemes/types of colors used and how do they affect the overall appearance of the artwork? How do they help convey the artwork’s message?
Paragraph 3: Using the “Function and Purpose” document attached as guidance, what function/ functions does this artwork have and why? Base this answer on the information you wrote in the previous 2 paragraphs. Document formatting:
1-page (it is ok if your writing goes to 2 pages)
Double-spaced
Font size 11
*DO NOT INCLUDE IMAGE OF ARTWORK, JUST STATE TITLE OF ARTWORK AND ARTIST’S NAME

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Task summary: The task involves using provided templates in the Soomo webtext to

Task summary:
The task involves using provided templates in the Soomo webtext to draft slides and speaker notes for a presentation. Specific elements to address include providing an overview of artifacts, theme, and thesis statement within the humanities domain, explaining the relevance of the theme and thesis statement to the audience, and supporting conclusions with evidence from cultural analyses and personal experiences.
Full order description:
Dear Freelancer,
please writemore instructions within login credentials
MAIN DETAILS:
Prompt
Using the templates provided in your Soomo webtext, draft the slides and speaker notes for your presentation. The purpose of the speaker notes is to fill in the details you believe are necessary to include in the presentation in order to address the critical elements below, but will not necessarily be included on the presentation’s slides. Your speaker notes can either be bulleted points for each step of your presentation or more developed paragraphs to help you deliver the presentation. This part is up to you; either way, these notes should contain substantial details to address each of the required parts of your presentation.
Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
Provide a brief overview of your artifacts, theme, and thesis statement. How are they situated within the domain of the humanities?
Explain how the theme, as it is expressed in the cultural artifacts, and thesis statement impact the audience. In other words, how is the theme relevant to members of the audience? Why should the audience care about your thesis statement? Support your response with specific examples from your exploration document.
Describe the evidence from subjective and objective cultural analyses that you have to support your conclusions about the impact of the theme and cultural artifacts on you personally and on your audience. Support your response with specific examples from your exploration document.
Explain why the theme and cultural artifacts are important to you personally. In other words, why did you select these artifacts to study? Why did you select your theme, especially if there are other themes that could apply?
Explain how studying the humanities can give you both a personal and professional advantage. In other words, what is the benefit of studying the humanities?
Explain why the humanities are important to society. In other words, what do the humanities tell us about our own culture and experiences? How do the humanities impact us? Support your response with specific examples from your exploration document and your own personal and professional experiences.

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Erwin Panofsky, “Iconography and Iconology: An Introduction to Renaissance Art R

Erwin Panofsky, “Iconography and Iconology: An Introduction to Renaissance Art
Reading Response papers (typed, 12 font, double space, 200 words) written for each reading indicated on the schedule below.
The format for reader response papers: Write one for each reading unless otherwise directed. More than one reading is assigned each week.
Write your name, course title, and the date on top.
Write the author’s name and nationality, essay title, and date the document was first published.
Write a one or two-sentence professional bio (their expertise on the topic). You will need to do an online search for the information.
In the reading, find and copy the author’s thesis statement. Put the page number in parenthesis after the quotation.
Formulate and write down the author’s thesis statement in your own words (paraphrase).
Find and quote three supporting points (evidence, usually facts) the author makes to prove the thesis. Put the page number in parenthesis after each
Paraphrase each supporting point directly below the quotations.
NEW: CONCLUDE: Write down one idea (revelatory, upsetting, confusing …) in the reading you want to discuss with the seminar students.

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