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part 1

Please make sure you answer my questions in paragraph format and provide in text citation (APA or MLA). At the end of your paragraph, paste the 3 articles/links that you chose. After you paste the 3 articles/links, please add a question/prompt for your classmates. It should be a question that is related to the topic to help them engage in a dialog with you

  1. (Links to an external site.)
  2. (Links to an external site.)
  3. after that ill send student posts and read two student posts and respond to their questions/prompts. If you notice someone’s prompt already had 3 or more responses try to pick someone else. It is nice to be inclusive.
  4. part 2
  5. Now that you have debated at length about the differences and similarities between selfies and self-portraits. I am sure you have noticed the line is quite blur depending on your perspective.For this discussion, I’d like you to watch the following 2 TedTalk videos. Then I’d like you to post your thoughts on the video(s) as they relate to the topic of self-portrait. For this discussion, You need to answer my prompt, then post comments to two other students’ posts.

    Teacher’s prompt: Why are these considered self-portraits instead of selfies? How much does the physical preparation and conceptual (idea) planning play a role in the audience’s (you) perception of these images? Does the label (self-portrait or selfies) effect our perception of these images? Does the label elevate these into “art”? Who decides what label to give these images?Don’t give me yes or no answers. Tell us why you think a certain way and cite your source (because I know your thoughts are informed by what you read, watch, learned). Your source can be an article, a movie, a book, the news, or a class you took previously.

answer this and we will also respond to another 2 students part 3

part 3

Artist Report Exercise #1: Notable Photographers (1915 – 1939) :

Choose your artist from this list – Download Photographer List for Artist Report #1.xlsx

Read example of how to do this exercise before you begin – Download Artist Report Exercise Example.pdf

This list of photographers (attachment above) is to enhance your readings from the textbook chapters of this time period. No textbook is able to include all the photographers/artists working in a certain time period. Therefore, to support your understanding and to build up your knowledge, attached is a list of photographers working between the years 1915-1939. Please note that some of these photographers may have been active in the years before or after 1915-1939.

I know it is impossible for you guys to remember all the photographers and their work from this course, hence these assignments. From personal experience as an undergraduate, the artists I remembered the most are the ones I was assigned to research so you will be doing the same. But don’t worry, I am not making you write a giant essay. In fact, we will ease into doing reporting. We will begin with you answering questions. Slowly we will move into you doing the entire report. These exercises will also force you to write in your own words instead of plagiarize.

  1. Choose a photographer from this list who shares the same first letter last name as yours. For example, if your last name begins with the letter B, then you pick an artist with a last name that begins with the letter B. If there are more than 1 name listed, choose one that you have not reported on previously.

2. Answer the following questions in order:

A). What is the photographer’s name? Where did she/he receive their training in photography? Art school or self-taught? (5 pts)

B). What was her/his major accomplishment? What kind of influence did she/he have on photography/science, the art world, or society in general? (5 pts)

C). Choose one of her/his photograph and embedded it onto your answer. If you don’t know how to embed an image, look up the “how to” in the Resources module. If you are writing your homework on a word doc., you can copy and paste the photo onto your word doc. If you still don’t know how to embed, then attach the image. (10 pts)

D). Describe the image you just embedded. Explain how this photograph fits into the context of your answer in #2 (above). (5 pts)

3. List 2 references where you found information about the artist and/or the image.

part 4

Photograph Analysis Exercise #1

Before you begin, you should look at the Download Photograph Analysis Vocabulary.pdfto enhance your knowledge of photography terminology. You should also look up the Download Example Photo Analys Exer #1.pdf(also in your resource module). This will help you with understanding the expectations for this exercise.

Please look carefully at the Embedded photograph. Write down your observations in the following way (follow my number sequence please):

  1. Description of the foreground, midground, and background. Also note if the photograph is a representational or abstract piece. This exercise is NOT about how you feel or what you think happened in the picture. Only describe what you see. Use words that are non-subjective like “seems, appears”. (15 points)
  2. Look for formal elements in the picture and describe them. You have to point out where you see each element and describe each one. (15 points)

*You must use at least 8 of the terms listed on the vocabulary list or on any of the supporting documents in the Resources: Photograph Analysis Module. Highlight each term you use.

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