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Transcript: Keith Haring Jean-Michel Basquiat Kurt Wenner Sculpture of American Contemporary Art Mission Statment: 2nd Floor: The Buildings 3rd Floor: Photography Mathew B. Brady (1822-1896) Man Ray (1890-1976) Paul Strand (1890-1976) Ansel Adams (1902-1984) Walker Evens (1903-1975) The layout of the two buildings will be subject to change when needed. Although the main focuses of each floor of the Museum building will be as follows: 5th Floor: Film For the longest time sculpture has always been a way to represent a sumbol or something of great importance. This floor is dedicated to drawings and paintings by American contemporary artists. Artists include: Minor White (1908-1976) Dustin Snipes (1973- present) Melvin Harper (1980- present) Darrell Sano (1983- present) Drawing & Painting Street art is any art developed in public spacees. This floor features American street artists such as: Street Art To Display Contemporary American Art & Encourage Colaboration and Creation of all Art. 1st Floor and Museum Grounds: 4th Floor: Painting and Drawing Sculpture Shepherd Fairey Swoon Dan Witz Barry McGee This floor is dedicated to the works of these contemporary American sculptors: Bob Ross (1942 - 1995) Chuck Close (1940 - present) Jackson Pollock (1912 - 1956) James Aponovich (1948 - present) Ross R. Rossin (1964 - present) Photography has contributed greatly to the history and popular culture of America. From the civil war onward photography has defined public awareness of all major historical events and have even made some with iconic images of the past. Now photography defines what people buy and can see and experience from their home computers. Some of the artists that will be: Inside of this section of the museum are a colaboration space, classrooms, artist studios, and a small gallery for local artists. Outside of the first floor of the museum there will be an outside work area for mediums such as grafitti, and large sculpture construction. The Colaboration space can be rented and includes use of materials, tools, and facilities at the museum. The outdoor space will have open walls and work areas, as well as some tools. Film Paul Manship(1885-1966) Community Building Photography The Museum Building Street Art Film has been a large part of life in America since it first arrived in the early 20th century. Hollywood has helped drive the world wide market for movies. Great directors such as Charley Chaplin and Buster Keeton helped pave the way for more modern filmmakers such as Orson Wells or Stanley Kubrick. Who weaved amazing visual stories on the silver screen. There will be classic film screenings going in small theaters on the fourth floor as well as featured films from more contemporary minds. Some of the filmmakers that will be featured are: Stanley Kubric Martin Scorsese Orson Wells Museum The buildings of the Museum will be designed by Goody Clancy Architecture Firm. One of the top new architecture firms. Buster Keeton Charlie Chaplin John Ford Alfred Hitchcock

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Transcript: Virtual Museum National Gallery of Art- Venice Room of Constantine- Vatican City Reflection: Mona Lisa by Leonardo DaVinci is probably the most well known work of art to this day. The piece hanging in The Louvre is said to be the original piece, but it is still being argued. The Museum of Modern Art- New York City The Museum of Modern Art- New York City The Uffizi Galleries- Florence Battle of Constantine against Maxentius by Raphael is incredibly detailed and fantastic. National Gallery of Art- Venice This piece is called the 'Senseless Drawing Robot 2' by Robert Ryman. If this can be considered "art" then that's pretty sad. All this is is a robot making random markings on an empty canvas. The Uffizi Gallery- Florence 'Last Judgment' by Michaelangelo depicts the rapture as it's mentioned in Revelations. It's a wonderful and incredibly impressive piece of art. Doni Tondo by Michelangelo is considered one of masterpieces of sixteenth century art. This self portrait by Rembrandt is one of forty that he painted within his lifetime. If I had a chance I'd visit one of the Vatican museums because the artwork really interests me. Ginevra de' Benci is a very well done work of art by Leonardo DaVinci. The Adoration of the Magi by Gentile da Fabriano shows the people adoring Christ. Cappella Sistine- Vatican City The Louvre- Paris The portrait of the Duke and Dutchess by Piero della Francesca is very elegant and well done. The Uffizi Galleries- Florence In this piece of "art", Tilda Swinton sleeps in a glass box as a part of her piece... How impressive.

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Transcript: The Holocaust What events caused the holocaust? In February of 1933, the Nazi powers temporarily restricted civilians’ liberties for all of the citizens. These restrictions turned out to be more permanent since they were never restored. What caused the holocaust directly? There wasn’t a specific reason or occurrence that caused the Holocaust. The most logical and best answer is Hitler and his Nazis. Hitler was the biggest, driving force behind the obsession for the Jews being killed. The Holocaust uncovered as Hitler’s own idea of cleaning his homeland out of the undesirables. What is the holocaust? The word Holocaust is a combination of two Greek words; holos which means complete, and kaustos which means burning. The Holocaust was Hitler’s systematic genocide of six million Jews during World War II. What is genocide? Genocide is a term used to describe violence against members of a national, ethnical, racial or religious group with the intent to destroy the entire group, The word genocide came into general usage only after World War II, when the full extent of the atrocities committed by the Nazi regime against the Jews of Europe during that conflict became known to the general public This is a picture of the star of david. All of the jews had to wear them to show that they are jews. This is a picture of all of the jews going to the camps. Nazi propaganda The swastika was a common symbol of German nationalism. Heinrich Himmler was the person who invented the Waffen SS. The Waffen SS had a reputation of committing war crimes. Joseph Goebbels was a master propagandist. Adolf Eichmann was the man in charage of all of the extermination camps. Former Auschwitz Kommandant Höss, posing as a farm worker, is arrested by the British. He testifies at Nuremberg, then is later tried in Warsaw, found guilty and hanged at Auschwitz, April 16, 1947, near Crematory I. May 11, 1960 - Adolf Eichmann is captured in Argentina by the Israeli secret service. Hitler understood good propaganda and its usefulness. He appointed Joseph Goebbels as head of propaganda. The Nazis controlled who wrote what, who drew what, who took pictures of what, and who performed what. Any “offending” books in the libraries were burned. The Nazis also controlled film production. Cheap radios called People’s Receivers’ , were installed in every home so that every voice could hear Hitler speak. hey By Sam Pilch Camerone Patterson Rich Douglas

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Transcript: May Boatwright: May is a compassionate character, but she deals with depression issues since her twin sister April passed away. Both sisters, August and June, watch over May, and have to be careful what they talk about around her because the little things cause her to become upset. Wailing Wall: This is a wall that May goes to when she is upset. They built this wall in order for May to bring all of her problems to it. When she is depressed, she goes out to it, and writes on a paper what is upsetting her. She then sticks it in the cracks. June Boatwright: June plays music for dying patients in a hospital. She is very upset because Lily is staying with them at their house. June does not want a "white" girl staying with them. This is prejudice in the opposite way because she being a black woman is prejudice acting as if she was a white woman prejudice against blacks. Neil & June: Neil is very persistent, and asks June all the time to marry him because they both love each other. June is indecisive, and denies his proposal even though she loves him because she was left at the altar once before. She is worried that Neil may do the same thing, and doesn't want it to happen again. Will June and Neil marry or go their separate ways? " Do you think me and June Boatwright give a damn how each other is coming?" This quote shows the tension there is between Lily and June. The quote also shows how they don't really get along with each other. August Boatwright: August is a very important character in the novel, and is looked up to by Lily like a motherly figure. She is not only a bee keeper, but a caring person who takes care of her sisters and others around her. August is very successful in her business considering her race, and owns much land. She is very different from any other black woman in this time period. When Lily needed a place to stay she took in Lily even though she was white. She is a very soft hearted woman, and would do anything for anyone who needed help. Rosaleen Daise: Rosaleen was hired by T.Ray as a caregiver, and to do the chores among the house. She is the only motherly figure Lily has ever really known. Rosaleen pulls out of the field in order to care for Lily after her mother passed away. She stands up for herself in any situation no matter what the consequences may be, and is a strong and independent woman. “ It was plain Rosaleen had fire in her, too. Not hearth fire, like August, but fire that burns the house down, if necessary, to clean up the mess inside it. Rosaleen reminded me of the statue of our Lady in the parlor, and I thought, If August is the red heart on Mary's chest, Rosaleen is the fist” Lily Owens: Lily desires for a motherly figure, and wishes to know more about her own mother. She is faced in different situations that help her mature, and grow into an adult. Lily is a very confident character that decides to make a change, and learn more about her mother by following one thing that was very meaningful to her mother, a black Mary picture with Tiburon, South Carolina written on the back in her mother's hand writing. Daughters of Mary: A group of strong black women who gather to practice their religion. They all gather at August's house, and celebrate their sisterhood together. The group consists of Lunelle, Sugar-girl, Violet , Queenie, Cressie, and Mabelee. T.Ray Owens: This is Lily's father who doesn't care for his own daughter. He is abusive to Lily, and still hasn't escaped his past experiences in life. T.Ray takes out the anger that he had towards Deborah on Lily. Deborah Owens: This is Lily's deceased mother. Even though she has already passed, she has an impact on Lily's life because Lily gained the confidence she did in order to find out about her mother's past. T.Ray wouldn't talk about her to Lily so she decided to find out for herself. Lily wants to know so much about her, and misses the mother she never really had. “When I brushed the dirt from the lid and opened it, I saw first the whiteness of her gloves, then the photograph wrapped in waxed paper, just as I'd left it. And finally the funny wooden picture of the Mary with the dark face” Zachary Taylor: Zach helps August out with the bees. He is a black boy wanting to become a lawyer, and desires this more than anything. This is very uncommon for a black person because in this time period they didn't have those types of jobs because they were discriminated against. “I've just never heard of a negro lawyer, that's all. You've got to hear of these things before you can imagine them." “Bullshit. You gotta imagine what's never been.” Zach & Lily: Lily and Zach grow close to each other, and develop a relationship together. This is very uncommon and unthinkable in this time period for a black boy and white girl to be together. “I went off into a daydream about Zach pulling the truck over because he couldn't see to drive for the snow and us having a snowball fight blasting each other with soft white cotton. I imagined us

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Transcript: Mexico City - Palacio Nacional. Mural by Diego Rivera “Life in Aztec times E.G. the market of Tlatelolco” -Lacking in detail these impressionist images emphasize colour over line and are often soft, dreamy, and have a painterly feel. -Essence of a subject. -Trying to capture the feeling or mood of the scene rather than a literal representation. “Head Of A Woman” Pablo Picasso ORIGINS ORIGINS -It has Byzantine and classic influence. -The most used technique was the fresco and iconography -The most important about this painting is the teaching it has. Artists were concerned about presenting easy to understand religious symbols. Pointillism -Andy Warhol -Roy Lichtenstein -Keith Hating -Jasper Johns -Jacque Rosas Pop artists seemingly embraced the post-WWII manufacturing and media boom It could be argued that the Abstract Expressionists searched for trauma in the soul, while Pop artists searched for traces of the same trauma in the mediated world of advertising, cartoons, and popular imagery at large. ARCHITECTURE PHOTOGRAPHY IMPORTANT PAINTINGS PAINTING CHARACTERISTICS - Capital - Shaft - Base ORIGINS Visual Arts PAINTING vanna piss christ -The most important about Romanesque sculpture is the symbolism. -At the end of the 12th Century in Spain the monumental sculpture or the transition sculpture to the baroque was made. -In the first period Byzantine ivory and fabrics were used. - Basic components - Color - Value - Point - line - Texture - Shape - Form - Mass - Volume - Symmetrical balance - Asymmetrical balance - Radial balance - Contrast - Movement - Emphasis Joseph Csaky - ”Head” -Metamorphosis Of Narcissus Impression Sunrise 1873 “Omnisciencia”, 1925 by Jose Clemente Orozco at the Casa de los Azulejos. (Samborn's, Mexico, D. F.) Contrapposto Victor Vasarely Bridget Riley Josef Albers Jesus Rafael Soto Richard Anuszkiewicz -Stained Glass (vitral) is very important in their buildings -Characteristics: Delicate faces -Constantine 1663-70, Marble with painted stucco draperyScala Regia, Vatican Palace, Rome REALISM -Adriaen de Vries, “Juggling Man”, c. 1610 - 1615, bronze. (77 x 51.8 x 21.9 cm), J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, CA. untitled IMPORTANT PAINTERS The Post-Impressionists were an eclectic bunch of individuals, so there were no broad, unifying characteristics. Each artist took an aspect of Impressionism and exaggerated it. -The Romantic sculpture is not as productive as painting or architecture. It is characterized by its energy and dynamism. -Religion is found in the work of British and German painters. The mystical sense is intense. The social motives are everywhere. Is observed for example in French painting with the revolutionary enthusiasm of Delacroix, and Goya's ironies in Spain. -Medusa, after 1590, oil on canvas mounted on wood, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence PAINTING CHARACTERISTICS PAINTING Fine arts SCULPTURE Illusion of movement The use of repetition of pattern and line, often in high contrast black and white. After, they started to use other colors. Op Art is, almost without exception, non-representational Use f the traditional perspective techniques to create a feeling of depth and space in the paintings. high relief IMPORTANT PAINTINGS Stained glass art -Rosso Fiorentino (Giovanni Battista di Jacopo di Guasparre) (Italian, Florence, 1494-1540) GREEK MASK C. ARCHITECTURE IMPORTANT PAINTERS -Large paintings -Fresco technique -Plaster -Intonaco or Arriccio -Tempera paint -Mosaic -Ceramic -Encaustic (Roman technique, mixture of colors) Title: The River Seine at Chatou (1906) Artist: Maurice de Vlaminck Oil on canvas - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York -Middle Ages (or dark ages) are divided in three periods: Early Medieval, Romanesque and Gothic. -Monks considered this life was only a step to reach the future. -Society was ruled by the cloister or for the feudal system - - Georges Braque - ”Trees at L’Estaque” bas relief - Figures that appeared to move - Idealistic M. SCULPTURE PAINTING EDGAR DEGAS Some characteristics were: -Full round sculptures are preferred. -Heavy style -Relieves have historic intentions (to show how powerful they were) IMPORTANT sCULPTURES -El Greco (born Doménikos Theotokópoulos), “Christ on the Cross Adored by Donors”, c. 1585-1590, oil on canvas, 2.60 x 1.781 m, Louvre. CLASSICAL PERIOD -Brick walls covered with Marble or stone were frequent In this building has doric & corinthian influence ARCHITECTURE PAINTING some characteristics were: It was subordinated to architecture and sculpture It was used to emphasize the relief The most important person was emphasized by the size CAMILLE PISSARRO FORESHORTEN ORIGINS Self-portrait of the Artist with a Lamp PREHISTORIC PAINTING PAINTING CHARACTERISTICS PAINTING the bean relief DADAISM MONUMENTS PAINTING “Walrobinson” – Pablo Picasso -Painters used delicate colors and curving forms, decorating their canvases with cherubs and myths of love David Alfaro Siquieros (1898-1974 Mexican) IMPORTANT PAINTERS B. SCULPTURE

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Transcript: Example of a Jeopardy Template By: Laken Feeser and Rachel Chapman When creating without a template... http://www.edtechnetwork.com/powerpoint.html https://www.thebalance.com/free-family-feud-powerpoint-templates-1358184 Example of a Deal or No Deal Template PowerPoint Game Templates There are free templates for games such as jeopardy, wheel of fortune, and cash cab that can be downloaded online. However, some templates may cost more money depending on the complexity of the game. Classroom Games that Make Test Review and Memorization Fun! (n.d.). Retrieved February 17, 2017, from http://people.uncw.edu/ertzbergerj/msgames.htm Fisher, S. (n.d.). Customize a PowerPoint Game for Your Class with These Free Templates. Retrieved February 17, 2017, from https://www.thebalance.com/free-powerpoint-games-for-teachers-1358169 1. Users will begin with a lot of slides all with the same basic graphic design. 2. The, decide and create a series of questions that are to be asked during the game. 3. By hyper linking certain answers to different slides, the game jumps from slide to slide while playing the game. 4. This kind of setup is normally seen as a simple quiz show game. Example of a Wheel of Fortune Template https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Wheel-of-Riches-PowerPoint-Template-Plays-Just-Like-Wheel-of-Fortune-383606 Games can be made in order to make a fun and easy way to learn. Popular game templates include: Family Feud Millionaire Jeopardy and other quiz shows. http://www.free-power-point-templates.com/deal-powerpoint-template/ Quick video on template "Millionaire" PowerPoint Games Some games are easier to make compared to others If users are unsure whether or not downloading certain templates is safe, you can actually make your own game by just simply using PowerPoint. add logo here References Example of a Family Feud Template PowerPoint Games are a great way to introduce new concepts and ideas You can create a fun, competitive atmosphere with the use of different templates You can change and rearrange information to correlate with the topic or idea being discussed. Great with students, workers, family, etc. For example: With games like Jeopardy and Family Feud, players can pick practically any answers. The person who is running the game will have to have all of the answers in order to determine if players are correct or not. However, with a game like Who Wants to be a Millionaire, the players only have a choice between answers, A, B, C, or D. Therefore, when the player decides their answer, the person running the game clicks it, and the game will tell them whether they are right or wrong.

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Transcript: This is a map of the all the concentration camps in Germany Concentration Camp Auschwitz 1941-1945 The arrival of the jewish people to the concentration camp of auschwitz where they will be for the rest of their lives. They are spilit up by their race, and age After they are spit up they will be stripped of their clothes, shoes any other items they may have on. These are the shoes that the nazi's gave them and they wore them at all times they are made of wood. The Jews now have a uniform that has their identification number on it they will no longer be called by their name only this number Every morning the jews had to get up make the beds then stand in a straight line for "roll call" they would stand in a straight line quiet and without moving while the ss called out each one of them by name this took about four hours a day. The number stiched in ther uniform also was put into there arm so the Nazi's could keep track of them so if they died they could just take him off the list Prisoners that looked weak or were old did not get the stiched uniform instead they were told that they were going to be taking a shower when really they were going to be killed by poisionous gas. The crematorium was use to burn the bodies of the jews. They could only be killed two at a time but still many of them were killed this way. These are the wooden bunks that the jews had to sleep on. They were overcroweded and had an awful smell. The jews were not fed well they chose not to feed them becasue if the Jews were Healthy then the nazi's would be out numbered. They worked in workshops making making clothing for the nazi's and many other things needed by the nazi's In January of 1945 the solviet union put an end to the auschwitz camp. an estimated 7,500 Jews remained but they were happy it was finaly over Virtual Museum

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