Transcript: CONCEPTUAL MAP By: Hannah Lennet Prehistoric 1200 BC Also known as Pre-Literary history Prehistoric is the period of human history between the use of the first stone tools by hominins c. 3.3 million years ago and the beginning of recorded history with the invention of writing systems. 3 main periods: the Stone, Bronze and Iron ages- named after the main technologies used at the time. The Stone Age Stone age Began about 2.6 million years ago, when researchers found the earliest evidence of humans using stone tools, and lasted until about 3,300 B.C. Marked the first time humans started to work with metal. Humans made many technological advances during the Bronze Age. Bronze Age The Bronze Age The Iron age During the Iron Age, people across much of Europe, Asia and parts of Africa began making tools and weapons from iron and steel. Iron age Egyptian 3100 BC- 332 BC Refers to art produced in ancient Egypt between the 6th millennium BC and the 4th-century AD. During the Early Dynastic period, the pantheon of the gods was established and the illustrations and proportions of their human figures developed; and Egyptian imagery, symbolism, and basic hieroglyphic writing were created. Egyptian art SCAN ME! 1400 CE - 1500 CE The Middle Ages Much of the art in Europe during the Middle Ages was religious art with Catholic subjects and themes. The different types of art included painting, sculpture, stained glass windows, and manuscripts. 3main sections: The Early Middle Ages, High Middle Ages, and Late Middle Ages. Characteristics of medieval art include elaborately decorative patterns, bright colors, iconography, and Christian subject matter. Baroque 1585 CE - 1700/1730 CE A style of architecture, music, dance, painting, sculpture, poetry, and other arts that flourished in Europe from the early 17th century until the 1740s. Some of the qualities most frequently associated with the Baroque are grandeur, sensuous richness, drama, dynamism, movement, tension, emotional exuberance, and a tendency to blur distinctions between the various arts. Art Rococo 1723 - 1759 An artistic period that emerged in France and spread throughout the world in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. Characterized by soft colors and curvy lines, and depicts scenes of love, nature, amorous encounters, light-hearted entertainment, and youth. Art SCAN ME! More examples! Renaissance 1300 - 1700 Began in Florence, Italy Renaissance art sought to capture the experience of the individual and the beauty and mystery of the natural world. Renaissance is a French word meaning “rebirth.” It refers to a period in European civilization that was marked by a revival of classical learning and wisdom. Characteristics of the renaissance included: (1) A reverent revival of Classical Greek/Roman art forms and styles (2) A faith in the nobility of Man (Humanism) (3) The mastery of illusionistic painting techniques, maximizing 'depth' in a picture, including linear perspective, and foreshortening. (4) The naturalistic realism of its faces Characteristics Art SCAN ME! Neo-classicism 1760 - 1840/1850 Began in Rome. Neoclassicism is a revival of the classical past. The movement began around the middle of the 18th century, a time in art history when artists began to imitate Greek and Roman antiquity. Art Neo- classicism is characterized by: Characteristics 1. Symmetry 2. Unemotional telling of events 3. The simplicity of line, form, and colour 4. Balance of straight lines and geometric shapes 5. Use of science, mathematics, and natural law Romanticism 1798 - 1837 Began in France Romantic art focused on emotions, feelings, and moods of all kinds including spirituality, imagination, mystery, and fervor. The subject matter varied widely including landscapes, religion, revolution, and peaceful beauty. Influenced by revolutionary events such as the French and American revolutions. Art Realism 1840 - 1900 Refers to a mid-nineteenth-century artistic movement characterized by subjects painted from everyday life in a naturalistic manner. the term is also generally used to describe artworks painted in a realistic almost photographic way. Realism aims to interpret the actualities of any aspect of life, free from subjective prejudice, idealism, or romantic color. Art Impressionism began in the late 1800s, centered primarily around Parisian painters. Impressionists rebelled against classical subject matter and embraced modernity, desiring to create works that reflected the world in which they lived. 1860 - 1886 Characterizations of the style include: Characteristics small, visible brushstrokes that offer the bare impression of form. unblended color an emphasis on the accurate depiction of natural light Art Scan me! Modernism 1900 - 1940 Modern art is the creative world's response to the rationalist practices and perspectives of the new lives and ideas provided by the technological advances of the industrial age that caused contemporary society to manifest itself in new ways compared
Transcript: phone timeline destiny dodson 1876 The first telephone was created. Which was spoken by Alexander Graham Bell. But was created by Antonio Meucci. 1877 bell company started producing commercials on phones and services. First Commercial Telephone 1927 The First Rotary Dial Handset Telephone First telephone to dial numbers. Dialed numbers by rotating the wheel. 1973 First Mobile Phone Martin Cooper was the one who had created the first mobile phone. It was possible to talk on this phone for 35 minutes, then would have to charge it for 10 hours. 1992 First Smart Phone First modern mobile phone. Was still a flip phone but it could Take pictures, texting, calling, etc 2007 First Iphone designed by apple inc. and this phone is known as the iphone 2g. which is the phone that improved iphones today and made them better. 2019 The iphone XR much bigger phone, no home button, High quality camera, all kinds of new emojis and video editing etc.
Transcript: By: Mr. Sam Planets of the Solar System Sun Topic Subtopic Subtopic Mercury Mercury Mercury is the closest planet to the sun. It has an atmospherse which consists of methane from children Venus Topic Subtopic Subtopic Earth Earth No living animals 1969 - Man first landed on the moon Moon Facts Moon Mars Topic Subtopic Subtopic Jupiter Jupiter Subtopic Subtopic Saturn Topic Subtopic Subtopic Uranus Topic Subtopic Subtopic Neptune Topic Subtopic Subtopic Pluto
Transcript: Civil War: 1861-1865 an effort by Congress to defuse the sectional and political rivalries triggered by the request of Missouri late in 1819 for admission as a state in which slavery would be permitted. tensions began to rise between pro-slavery and anti-slavery factions 1800 1700 1850 Treaty was signed September 3, 1783 Brought an end the The American Revolution The representatives of the United States, Great Britain, Spain and France signed the Treaty of Paris on this day The Treaty of Paris was ratified by the Continental Congress on January 14, 1884. Key: Was fought in South Carolina Won by the Americans after they Inflicted heavy casualties against british Americans had about 1,000 men the british had about 1,100 General for the British was Lieutenant Colonel Banastre Tarleton. The Americans was Brigadier General Daniel Morgan. It Established Americas Government and fundamental laws. In the Articles of confederation the noational government was weak and the states acted small countries. 1900 Lincolns Assassination 1865 Bleeding Kansas is the period of violence during the settling of the Kansas territory. was a series of violent political confrontations in the United States involving anti-slavery "Free-Soilers" and pro-slavery Known as the indecent on King Street by the british. They killed five male civilians and injured six others. It was caused by the growing tension in the colonies after troops appeared and taxes after the Townshend acts Kicked of the Revolutionary war On the night before the battle British troops marched form Boston to concord after a Confrontation in the Lexington town the British were retreating under intense fire Bleeding Kansas 1854 and 1861 On the morning of April 6, 1862 Union forces under General Ulysses S. Grant (1822-85) in southwestern Tennessee Both sides suffered heavy losses, with more than 23,000 total casualties First 10 amendments of the Constitution make up the Bill of Rights It was written by James Madison who was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives The Louisiana Purchase was a land deal between the United States and France the U.S. acquired approximately 827,000 square miles of land west of the Mississippi River for $15 million. Part or all of 15 states were eventually created from the land deal, which is considered one of the most important achievements of Thomas Jefferson’s presidency. Battle at Cowpens 1781 Expansion, Political Reform, & Turmoil: 1815-1861 Lincoln again faced Douglas He was the 16th president of the United States Lincoln received only 40 percent of the popular vote 1860, Lincoln won the party’s presidential nomination. Louisiana Purchase 1803 The Civil Rights Act (1866) was passed by Congress on 9th April 1866 The act declared that all persons born in the United States were now citizens, without regard to race, color, or previous condition. As citizens they could make and enforce contracts, sue and be sued, give evidence in court, and inherit, purchase, lease, sell, hold, and convey real and personal property. 1750 Road to Revolution: 1763 - 1775 Battle of Shiloh 1862 The Young Republic: 1783-1815 It was a negotiation between France and Great Britain It ended the French and Indian War France gave up all territories in the North American Mainland in order to retain the Caribbean Sugar Islands Spain kept the territory west of the Mississippi River and Exchanged the east for Florida and Cuba Revolutionary War: 1775-1783 American History Timeline Civil Rights Act 1866 The Battle of Lexington and Concord 1775 April 15, 1865, Petersen House, Washington, D.C. Killed by John Wilkes Booth attack was five days after sourthern general surrendered. Bill of Rights 1889 Peace Treaty of Paris 1763 Boston Massacre (1770) In the months following the Election of 1876 Republican and Democratic leaders secretly hammered out a compromise to solve the election impasse and address other problems. Under the terms of the agreement, the Democrats agreed to accept the Republican presidential electors (that Rutherford B. Hayes would become the next president), if the Republicans would agree to To... withdraw federal soldiers from their remaining positions in the South To enact federal legislation that would spur industrialization in the South To appoint Democrats to patronage positions in the South To appoint a Democrat to the president’s cabinet. Battle of Gettysburg 1863 Constitution of The United States 1887 Abraham Lincoln’s Election 1860 From February 1864 until the end of the American Civil War (1861-65) In all, approximately 13,000 Union prisoners died at Andersonville Captain Henry Wirz (1823-65), was tried, convicted and executed for war crimes. Andersonville Opens 1864 July 3, 1863 a great victory over Union forces at Chancellorsville Lee ordered an attack by fewer than 15,000 troops on the enemy’s center at Cemetery Ridge. Final Peace Treaty Signed 1783 Battle of Bunker Hill 1775 British Defeated the americans In Massachusetts Even though the
Transcript: 1769 CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH BORN IN GLASGOW MORRIS AND CO. FOUNDED 1882 CARL VON LINDEN PATENT PROCESS OF LIQUIFYING GAS MORRIS DESIGNED WALLPAPER FOR ST JAMES PALACE MACKINTOSH MOVED TO SOUTH OF FRANCE TO PAINT 1907 FIRST FUNCTIONAL SEWING MACHINE 1883 NIKOLAUS PEVSNER WRITES PIONEERS OF MODERN DESIGN 1959 HANNES MAYER BECOMES DRIECTOR OF THE BAUHAUS PUJIN WROTE "PRINCIPLES OF TRUE ARCHITECTURE" 1897-1899 GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART STAGE ONE BY MACINTOSH HENRY FORD BUILT FIRST GASOLINE ENGINE CAR FISH CODE USED IN PREFERENCE OVER MORSE CODE 1928 ART NOUVEAU WILLIAM MORRIS MARRIED JANE BURDEN CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM IN THE UK (REFORM BILL) 1850's STANDARDISATION AND INTERCHANGABILITY WINDOWS VERSION 3.0 POPULARITY PEAKS 1802 BANKS STARTED TO APPEAR AND FUND ENTREPENEURS SPENGLER CREATED ONE PERSON VACUUM CLEANER 1900's 1973 TELEPHONE DEVELOPED BY BELL GORDON RUSSEL BECOMES DIRECTOR OF COUNCIL OF ID 1874 PRE-RAPHAELITES FOUNDED THE NO.2 CREATED - CHANGED WORKPLACE LIVERPOOL - MANCHESTER RAILWAY OPENED 1904 1891 1860 DESIGN HISTORY TIMELINE JACK WALKOM N7117493 DNB502 1854 1880 NEWYORK EXHIBITION SEASON FIRST STEAM ENGINE INVENTED BY THOMAS NEWCOMEN 1890 HITLER ASSUMES LEADERSHIP OF THE NSDAP (NAZI) PARTY 1972 1881 1791 SARKEY BROOK NAVIGATION CANAL OPENED 1876 PALO ALTO RESEARCH CENTRE 1801 WALTER GROPIUS JOINS HARVARD SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE 1944 1923 1870 WORLD EXHIBITION IN VIENNA 1880 TUTANKHARMEN'S TOMB DISCOVERED IN EGYPT 1851 FRENCH REVOLUTION LAZSLO MAHOLY -NAGY JOINS BAUHAUS HITLER BECOMES CHANCELLOR (FUHRER) OF GERMANY WALL STREET CRASH - THE START OF THE DEPRESSION 1956 1901 POPULATION OF UK APPROX 40 MILLION DE STIJL MEMBERS GO TO WEIMMAR FOR VISIT 1842 1743 BAUHAUS MOVED TO DESSAU POPULATION OF UK APPROX 7 MILLION FIRST ASSEMBLY LINE AT FORD MOTOR COMPANY WORLD EXHIBITION IN MUNICH MORRIS MOVED WORKSHOP FROM LONDON TO THE COTSWALDS CHARLES RENNIE MACINTOSH DESIGNS CRANSTON TEA ROOMS INCLUDING SILVER CHAIRS 1790s CANAL MANIA 1779 1922 1769 1990 1819 ARCHITECTURE INTRODUCED TO BAUHAUS CURRICULUM 1907 1837 1907 BONE SHAKER/ VELOCIPEDE BOX BROWNIE FIRST SNAP SHOT CAMERA PHILIP WEBB DESIGNED RED HOUSE 1938 COUNCIL OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN ESTABLISHED IN BRITAIN 1897 DEUTSCHE WERKBUND FOUNDED BAUHAUS FORCED TO CLOSE BY NAZI ADMINSTRATION IN DESSAU 1893 1903 WOMEN ARE GRANTED THE VOTE IN THE US 1919 FIRST TELEGRAPH BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND BALTIMORE LEAGUE OF NATIONS (FORERUNNER TO UN) IS FOUNDED THOMAS FLOWERS WORKED ON HIGH SPEED DIGITAL DATA SYSTEM COLLUSUS I INSTALLED AT BLETCHLEY PARK TREVITHICK BUILDS FIRST STEAM LOCOMOTIVE PUDDLING PROCESS INTRODUCED FOR WROUGHT IRON 1911 1844 1918 RED AND BLUE CHAIR BY GERRIT REITVELD CHRISTOFER SCHOLES FIRST TYPEWRITER RAYMONDE LOEWY SET UP DESIGN OFFICE 1861 1867 FACTORY ACT FURTHER RESTRICTS HOURS CHILDREN CAN WORK 1907-1909 GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART STAGE TWO BY MACINTOSH WILLIAM MORRIS DESIGNED WALLPAPER FOR ST. JAMES PALACE DRESSER WON PLACE AT GOV. SCHOOL OF DESIGN REMINGTON & SON'S FIRST COMMERCIALLY SUCCESSFUL TYPEWRITER 1907 1934 1945 BRITISH PATENT FOR PEN, HALF QUILL - HALF METAL RAYMOND LOWEY REDESIGNED FRIDGE FOR SEA'S ROEBUCK 1876 1877 1946 FIRST CANTILEVER CHAIR BY MART STAM HENRI VEN DER VELDE BECOMES DIRECTOR OF WEIMER SCHOOL OF ARTS AND CRAFTS ARTS & CRAFTS CHARLES RENNIE MACINTOSH DESIGNS THE INTERIOR FOR HIS HOME 1925 FIRST COMMERCIAL TELEPHONE EXCHANGE OPENED 1942 DIESEL ENGINE INVENTED WALTER GROPIUS WRITES THE NEW ARCHITECTURE AND THE BAUHAUS 1840's RAILWAY MANIA CANALS BEGAN TO DECLINE 1913 HUBERT BOOTH INVENTED THE VACUUM CLEANER WILLIAM MORRIS FORMED SOCIETY FOR PROTECTION OF ANCIENT BUILDINGS 1896 WASSILY CHAIR BY MARCEL BREUER AT THE BAUHAUS DRESSER PUBLISHED "JAPAN, ITS ART, ARCHITECTURE AND ART MANUFACTURERS" 1784 1712 1834 CUI COMPUTER "LISA" RELEASED ALAN TURING (TURING MACHINE) FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN JK.STARLING ROVER SAFTEY BYCICLE 1876 1878 THE ORIGINAL COKE BOTTLE DESIGN 1925 1950 BAUHAUS FOUNDED BY WALTER GROPIUS IN WEIMAR 1901 PRODUCTION OF GILLETTES RAZORS GOLDEN GATE INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH WON COMP. TO DESIGN BUILDING FOR GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART 1871 1767 STEEL PRODUCTION PROCESS INVENTED (BESSEMER'S CONVERTER) WORLD EXHIBITION IN PARIS LIBERTY & CO. FOUNDED BY ARTHUR LAZENBY DOUGLAS ENGLEBART FIRST SHOWING OF A 'GUI' COMPUTER WATT INVENTS ROTARY ACTION STEAM ENGINE BIRTH CERTIFICATES INTRODUCED PETER BEHRENS BEGINS WORKING WITH AEG MACHINE ART EXHIBITION NEWYORK FATUIEL GRAND CONFORT BY LE CORBUSIER AND COLLEAGUES EARL TUPPER - FLEXIBLE PLASTIC WARE DUPONT - FIBERGLASS AND NYLON 1897 ALEX GRAHAM BELL FIRST PHONE IN CANADA HENRI VAN DER VELDE SONY WALKMAN WOMEN ARE GRANTED THE VOTE IN THE UK 1830 1776 1920s STEEL TUBING DEVELOPED 1920s USABLE CONCRETE DEVELOPED 1844 DRESSER DECLARED HE HAD THE LARGEST DESIGN PRACTICE IN THE KINGDOM 1876 EERO SAARINEN - WOMB CHAIR PARIS EXPOSITION (EIFFEL TOWER BUILT FOR THIS SHOW) F.C. WILLIAMS & TOM KILBURN - MANCHESTER BABY 1781 1873 1861-1865 CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA BTB.
Transcript: Designing history of 3-D Printing 1981: The beginning of the 3-D printer Coming up in 2019 Marketing value and needs 1984 The Marketable needs for a 3-D Printer 2019 The Marketable needs for a 3-D Printer Then and Now The History of the 3-D Printer 3-D Printing TIMELINE 1984 1992 1999 Present Day The History of additive manufacturing 1984: Charles Hull invented stereolithography, paving the way for the 3-D Printer. 1992:Charles Hull's Company created the world's first Stereolithographical. 1999: The First 3-D organ implant on a human Present Day: 3-D printers are used to make just about everything to assist in our everday lives How does 3-D Printing help our economy? What are the pros and cons of a 3-D printer? Cons Pros Fast Production Decreasing cost Enhanced Healthcare Click to edit text Click to edit text Click to edit text Updated Sales Goals How will 3-D printing affect marketing? Customers On Board Customers On Board Customers Wins Use cases Value proposition Business impact Changes in the market Changes in the market Competitive Update Competitive Update PHASE 2: PHASE 3: PHASE 4: PHASE 1: Training Training 1. 2. 3. 4. New Products New Products Training for new products Training for new products Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Top performers Top performers Name Job title Name Job title Name Job title Sales Plans & Territories Sales Plans & Territories Territories Territories Iceland Hungary Australia USA Quotas Quotas Junior Senior +32% +50% expected sell in 2018 expected sell in 2019 Channels Channels Consumer/End user Organization Whole sellers Distributors Retailers Process Working Cross Organization Stage 4 Stage 3 Stage 2 Stage 1 1. 2. 3. 4. Process Working Cross Organization
Transcript: Modernism was a period from 1890ish to 1950ish. Modernism is a philosophical movement that, along with cultural trends and changes, arose from wide-scale and far-reaching transformations. The Staatliches Bauhaus(1919-1933) movement better known as the Bauhaus movement was a movement to creating a "total" work of art in which all art would be eventually be brought together. Modernism 1890ish-1950ish This Style was a revived old style what started during Queen Anne's reign (1702-1714) but then was revived in 1880 and lasted till 1910 Design History Timeline 1880-2015 Queen Anne Style 1880-1910
Transcript: Revolutionalry period By Rebecca Clack Modern Art Design History Timeline 1400's Renaissance Valued the natural world appropriated for the new world spirituallity intellection humanisim physical beauty CHARACTERISTICS: Sandro Botticelli - Primavera (1478) Uffizi Gallery The painting depicts a group of figures from classical mythology in a garden. Most critics agree that the painting is an allegory based on the lush growth of Spring. 1600's Baroque overwhelming theatrics Change the norm unity with spirit sculptures frozen in action exaggerated details everyday people were used as models CHARACTERITICS: Gian Lorenzo Bernini - sculptor and architect Trevi fountain- construction began in 1732, and it opened in 1762. it is the oldest water sources in Rome. 1700's Neoclassic artists used classical forms to express their ideas about courage, sacrifice, and love of country. transition? Neo-classisim Mid 18th century to the early 19th century Characteristics: simplicity calm unemotional different styles new Oath of the Horatii Jacques-Louis David romanticisim was a reaction against Neoclassicism, it is a deeply-felt style which is individualistic, beautiful, exotic, and emotionally wrought. transition? romanticisim From 1790 to 1850 characteristics: glorification of nature escape from industrialisation gothic influences eternal beauty Casper David friedric Wanderer above the Sea of Fog 1818 realisim artists discarded the formulas of Neoclassicism and the theatrical drama of Romanticism to paint familiar scenes and events as they actually looked. it involved sociopolitical or moral messages, in the depiction of ugly or commonplace subject. transition? realism mid 19th century characteristics: factual representations exaggerated emotions tells the truth depicted everyday life Gustave Courbet the stone breakers (1850) 1900's Futurism was a self-invented, Italian avant-garde art movement that took speed, technology and modernity as its inspiration. artists bagan to glorify war and the machine age they also favoured the growth of Fascism. transition? Futurism 1909-1944 characteristics: speed violence technology Giacomo Balla- painter Dinamismo di un Cane al Guinzaglio (Dynamism of a Dog on a Leash), 1912. the Cubists broke from centuries of tradition in their painting by rejecting the single viewpoint. Instead they used an analytical system in which three-dimensional subjects were fragmented and redefined from several different points of view simultaneously. transition? 1907 Cubism characteristics: inspired by african art uses geometric shapes abstract pablo picasso Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (1907) as cubisim focused on abstraction so did Destijl but they also focused on absolute simlicity. the more something was simplified the better. transition? 1917-1931 De stijl Piet Mondrian Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow, 1930 characteristics: perfection of the raw state abstraction simplicity as destijl had focused on simplicity, so did the bauhaus, but they also focused on mass production and new materials. students from the bauhaus were taught that "form follows function." this simply meaning that the object should be primarily based upon its intended function or purpose. transition? Bauhaus 1916-1922 characteristics: simplicity form follows function new materials mass production Marcel Breuer wassily chair, 1926 Constructivism was an invention of the Russian avant-garde they focused on total abstraction and a wholehearted acceptance of modernity transition? characteristics: strived to fix society with art influenced by Bauhaus simplicity experimental Constructivism 1916 tatlin towers, 1920 Vladimir Tatlin transition? dada begun to create outrageous designs and focused on anti-rationalist sensibility. characteristics: shockng designs fuelled by disillusionment and moral outrage dada 1916-1920 jean arp Shirt Front and Fork, 1922 adding to the outrageous designs that dada produced, surrealism focused on the creation of dream like scenes. reality would be warpped to attract and shock people. Surrealism inherited its anti-rationalist sensibility from Dada, but was lighter in spirit than that movement. Like Dada, it was shaped by emerging theories on our perception of reality. transition? characteristics: unreal dream like warped idea Surrealism 1922 Salvador Dali Persistence of memory, 1931. Art deco was influenced by aspects of Cubism, Russian Constructivism and Italian Futurism- with abstraction, distortion, and simplification, particularly geometric shapes and highly intense colours- celebrating the rise of commerce, technology, and speed. art deco also focuced on designs being sleek and as modern as possible. transition? characteristics: mass production technology sleek new/modern Art Deco 1924-1940 William Van Alen Chrysler building, 1930 transition? The Renaissance was a rebirth of the earlier, Greek & Roman, classical style. Baroque comes from the French language and is the name of an imperfect pearl. The Baroque a
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