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Transcript: Inside the mind, chaotic, confusing paths? Progression of put together to insane? First half: smooth Second half: gesture line Inspirations History of art History of the world Religion and beliefs? Greek and Roman mythology History of styles of art Manipulating space between forms Hanging objects? Gluing together? Using forms to create new form Ex. buttons making a face Possible project ideas Architecture and manmade structures 3D building Mediums Clay Wood Carving? Style: Block printing Wire Create figures Principle of Art: proportion and scale We don't know what will come Emphasize fear? Intense value Emphasize multiple outcomes? Angel versus devil History Color Gothic Renaissance Baroque Romanticism Realism Impressionism Expressionism Cubism Surrealism Pop art Proportion and scale Harmony and Discord Family conflict Versus good memories Divorce versus marriage Twins? Identical but still 2 individual people Art through time Split figure portraying society's standards of beauty versus personal inner beauty Caricatures of "perfection" Peeling off skin of makeup to reveal bare flesh/muscle underneath Negative side effects of surgery, makeup, etc Harmony and Unity EMOTION Possible project ideas emotions inspiring my art... The Mysterious Maze of Caitlin's Mind... Melanie Martinez: Mrs. Potato Head Why color? Line Emotional and personal dilemmas Simplicity/Minimalist Distorted/Abnormal caricatures playing off concept of "perfection" what lengths do we go to to fit the standard of "pretty"? "Don't be dramatic it's only some plastic No one will love you if you're unattractive" Leonid Afremov Hiromi Moneyhun Central Topic/Inspiration Inspirations Hobbies, interests and activities Use objects to create larger version of that object? Ex. Use shells to make a larger shell Miniature model of clothing? Portraiture and the human form The unknown My personal interests Art Swim The Cummer Museum Conflicting interests Me: Art Brian: Boy Scouts Patrick: Music Principle: Harmony and Unity Heavily inspired Leonid Afremov piece Portray person Elongated and graceful Dancer? Swimmer? Theme of love A couple at the beach Highlighting one or more specific aspects of the piece Central focus point of piece Possibly emphasize a minor detail? Single shape in the corner in a detailed piece? Paint Acrylic Watercolor Pastel Dry or oil Colored pencil Colored ink Marker Copic Perception of unity? Balance with unity and chaos? Different people, but unity in the bond of siblings Music Different notes put together sound pleasant Vanitas Inspirations Scratching at surface Xacto knife? Papercutting Simplistic subject Form and Space Odd Unusual Different Unique Avant garde Possible project ideas In my life? In my family? In friendships? At Stanton? In the US? In the world? Emphasis....Color? Series of pictures showing conflict then harmony in siblings Photographs? Use own siblings Different types of family interaction Paper cuts of figures Full body Face only Paper cuts over figures Mask-like? Sketches of figures showing emotion Word shading with emotion Inspirations I don't usually enjoy working in color, even though I love colorful artwork and the harmony in colors Colors show strong emotion Color guide Show passage of time Positive and negative aspects Mixed media? Different mediums represent different time periods? Paint versus sculpture? Art history Possible project ideas Sculpture Natural/Normal proportionate human figures concept that "perfection is normal" modern beauty standards? Conceptual and theoretical ideas Possible project ideas Inspirations Possible project ideas Inspirations Contour Gesture Shading? Chaotic hatching? Word shading Show movement and emphasis Abstract idea portrayed in art Love Time Beauty Etc. What we cannot see The unknown Heaven and hell? Internal conflict Emphasis Drawings Word shading Describe person Charcoal Pen Papercutting? Layered cutouts? Scratchboard Technique: Sgraffito Time Possible project ideas Chaos Emphasis Inner versus outer beauty Fixation on creating the best exterior possible weight loss, makeup, surgery, etc "real" bodies versus magazines Beauty over time 100 Years of... Beauty Eyeliner Pageant makeup Dresses Beauty icons Inspirations Sean Kelly (Project Runway season 13 winner) Kini Zamora (Project Runway season 13 and Project Runway All Stars) Everyday objects Transformed into new objects Recycling "Found" objects Shells, stones, leaves, etc Elements of art Form Space Beauty Possible project ideas Paint styles of art on people Different ways of painting people through time Or: White paint to be sculpture Just face? Or full body? Maximum Ride by James Patterson Inspirations Arturo Leal Personal inspiration Showcasing my emotional journey? Mental illness Mediums Charcoal Ink Pastel? Pen Word shading Element: Line You can't have a lot of detail if you want to use a sgraffito technique Sgraffito would interfere with the detail Looks messy Simple human form/face without depth?

Mind Map Presentation

Transcript: Mind Map Chemistry Presentation By Ryan, Evan and Tom Chemistry Chemistry States Of Matter States of Matter Energy Effect against different states With ice and its different states Energy Affect Solid When heat is applied to an ice block it melts. This occurs when the strong atom structure in the ice separate due to the heat and move freely causing the ice to turn into cool water. The atoms in the water can go wherever they want at anytime due to the fact of being "free". Strong atoms all working together to create a structured ice block Weak atoms moving at their own will bumping into each other creating water Liquid When heat is applied to liquid water it turns to a gas(This gas is called steam). This occurs when liquid water reaches 100 degrees Celsius either from, geothermal energy(Energy from the core of the earth) or is heated by gas. Example of heated water from Geothermal energy Example of heated water from stove top Water particles aren't packed together. They are free to move around within a closed or open space. They don't pack any energy to bounce around unless they are acted upon by a force. Gas Gas When excessive heat is applied to a liquid it forms a gas eg. steam coming from boiling water. The gas molecules are moving rapidly bouncing off the surfaces around it not held together by any force. When gas is heated enough it will turn to plasma. the molecules bouncing rapidly from surface to surface Steam rising from boiling water Explain through the use of diagrams, the arrangement of particles in solids, liquids and gases. The arrangement of particles in solids, liquids and gases Liquid: The molecules that make up a liquid flow easily around one another. They are kept from flying apart by attractive forces between them. Gas: The molecules that make up a gas fly in all directions at great speeds. They are so far apart that the attractive forces between them are insignificant. Solid: The molecules that make up a solid are arranged in regular, repeating patterns. They are held firmly in place but can vibrate within a limited area. Atoms Atoms The arrangement of the periodic table and using it to locate different elements. The periodic table is organized like a big grid. Each element is placed in a specific location with other elements that have the same atomic structure. Elements are arranged from left to right and top to bottom in order of the increasing atomic number. The arrangement of the periodic table Chemical symbols for each element are unique and these symbols combine to create formula. When looking at the periodic table, it doesn't just display the name of the element. It also displays a lot more other details about the element. The two biggest and boldest writing is the symbol and the atomic number. The symbol is used to create formulas. Chemical symbols For example, the chemical formula above NA + CL 2 = Na Cl . It can also be interpreted as sodium metal reacts with chlorine gas to form sodium chloride. Demonstrate the difference between an element and a compound. The difference between an element and a compound is that a compound contains atoms of different elements chemically combined together. An element is a pure chemical substance made of the same type of atom. Difference between a compound and a element Some examples of elements are iron, copper, gold etc. They are only made up of one atom, for example gold is made up of only gold atoms. An example of a compound is water. A water molecule consists of three atoms, an oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms. Reactions Chemical and physical Chemical and Physical changes The difference between chemical and physical reactions is that in a physical reaction the physical form of the substance is altered but the matter stays the same. Where as in a chemical reaction the matter is changed and at least one new substance is formed. Example of chemical changes Chemical changes happen all around us. You have definitely experienced a chemical change but you might not notice it. For example cooking an egg is a chemical change because the egg cannot be reverted back to its original formation. Once you know what a chemical change is, you are more conscious of what is happening around you so if you're baking a cake, you simply cannot revert it back to a couple of eggs, sugar, milk etc. Example of chemical changes Balanced Chemical equations. Explain simple reactions through the combining of elements to form a compound. simple reactions through the combining of elements to form a compound A balanced chemical equation occurs when the number of the atoms involved on the reactants side (left hand side) of the equation is equal to the number of atoms on the products side (right hand side.) Most elements on Earth bond with other elements to form chemical compounds, such as sodium (Na) and Chloride (CL), which combine to form table salt (Na Cl) which is a compound. The equations on the right hand side are examples of a balanced chemical equation because the

Mind Map Presentation

Transcript: By: Ian Kim Mind Map Climate Change 1 Earth's temperture is constantly rising because of human activities such as burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) and cutting down trees. A changing climate change could have many negative effects on the environment, indivisuals, and countries. If don't take action now it could be very difficult for us and for the future. To stop climate change we have to stop burning fossil fuels. #1 The world is getting hotter causing glaciers to melt. This causes sea level to rise creating floods. Biodiversity 2 Biodiversity is a different name for a variety of living things living on Earth. Biodiversity provides us humans clean air, fresh water, clothes and most materials we get from nature. All living things are connected in a way. If we lose even one species it could have a devastating effect on an ecosytem. Losing biodiversity makes the Earth unhealthy and we may lose important resources that we need for survival. Pictures These are pictures of Biodiversity. A variety of all living things Detail If we lose Biodiversity it could lead many species to extinction including humans. Climate change is the main reason why species are going extinct. Extinction 3 Species going extinct means the last of its kind dying. Species go extinct because of human activities such as cutting down trees, breaking down habbitats, and burning fossil fuels causing the climate to warm. The warm climate causes the icebergs to melt making it hard for polar bears to live. Detail If we lose Biodiversity it could lead many species to extinction including humans. Climate change is the main reason why species are going extinct. Greenhouse Effect The ability of the atmosphere able to trap heat is called the greenhouse effect. The trapped heat warms up Earths surface. Some of the heat energy esacpes to space but most of it gets absorbed into the atmosphere. The greenhouse effect causes the Earth to get warmer. 4 GreenHouse Gases. 5 Other GreenHouse gases. : Methane :Nitrous oxcide :Flourinated gases Methane is the main component of narual gases. Over 60% of the Methane comes from human activities. Nitrous oxide is also known as laughing gas, occurs in small amounts natrually. 40% of the nitrous oxide comes from human activities. Flourinated gases. 100% of the flourinated gases come from human activities. They are the most powerful GHG's. Albeto effect 6 When light energy hits Earth, some is absorbed and some is reflected. The Albeto is the measure of how much light energy is being reflected. Snow and ice reflects about 80% of the light energy. Water reflects only 10% of the light. Dark landscapes and forests have a low albedo. Carbon dioxide is a gas formed by burning fossil fuels. We create carbon dioxide in our everyday life such as driving, or even burning wood, coal,natrual gas and gasoline. When carbon dioxide is released it goes into the atmosphere and creates a blanket which traps even more heat then before. Most of the carbon dioxide is formed because of human activities. Carbon Dioxide 7 A invasive species could be any type of living organism that is not native in the ecosystem and will cause harm. They could harm the enviroment the economy, or even human health. Invasive species could be brought by human activities. People who travel could bring uninvited species to a different place causing it to spread. Invasive Species. 8 Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into the natrual enviroment that causes change. Pollution could take the form of many things such as chemical substances, or energy such as noise, heat, and light. Pollution is formed when people burn fuels. Pollution is very dangerous and could harm living organisms. Pollution 9 Overharvesting is when humans are being greedy about there resources and food. People often take more then they need or catch more animals. People sometimes cut to many trees destroying habitats that animals live in. Overharvesting 10 Kiribati is a drowning paradise in the south pacific. Kiribati is less then two meters above the sea level. Many floods happen there making it a very dangerous place to live. Some people living in Kiribati use chunks of coral and rocks to create walls to protect there houses from the water. In Kiribati there many coconuts and use it for many things. Kiribati 11 Habitat loss is usually caused when humans are cutting down trees or taking up to much land. Animal losing there habitat could effect biodiversity. When animal lose there home they would have to move to a different place or they could die. A habitat is very important to an animal. But humans are always cutting down trees and breaking habitats. Most of the habitat loss comes from human activities. Habitat loss 12

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