I am Russian and Jewish and my culture is a big part of my life as it is all around us. It
can be represented in a number of ways including clothing, movies, and last but certainly not
least in all forms
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My whole life Ive been a fraud. Im not exaggerating. Pretty much all
Ive ever done all the time is try to create a certain impression of me in
other people. Mostly to be liked or admired. Its a
in Todays Society
By: Andres Villa, Simha Gulkarov, Joo Hyo Song,
Joungmin Park, Sung kyun
A New Era
What is it?
By Joungmin Park
COM 1010 LEC
Table of Contents
Methods of Mobile Payments
Coming to Awareness of Language- Malcolm X
Malcolm X is a renowned figure in history for a gamut of accomplishments and
beliefs, but in the essay Coming to Awareness of Language, he shines to me, in a
different light. In the beginning of the essay he acce
Professor Maria Mytilinaki
Speech Communications 1010
04 September 2014
The Art of the Con
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the history and impact of a renowned con men.
Central Idea: Victor Lustig is a conmen that has impacted
Chapter 3: Art of Ancient Egypt
Page 52 The Palette of Narmer (back),
Early Dynastic period, c. 2950 BCE.
Page 52 The Palette
Chapter 6: Etruscan Art
6-3 Model and Plan of an Etruscan Temple.
5-36 Kallikrates and Iktinos. Parthenon, Acropolis. 447432 BCE.
6-3 Reconstruction of an Etruscan
6-4 Master Sculptor Vulca (?). Apollo. c.
510500 BCE. Height 5 10.
Abstraction is visual imagery in art that does not represent what we can see.
Abstract Expressionism is an art movement that emerged in New York after World War II that
emphasized spontaneous artistic self-expression and non-representational imagery.
Fine and Performing Arts
Art History Survey I
Course Number: ART 1011 FMW
Day: Monday and Wednesday
Time: 2:30PM 3:45PM
Instructor: Jee Hyun Kim
Email: [email protected]
Chapter 5: Art of Ancient Greece
Geometric Period (900-700 BCE)
The Archaic Period (600-480 BCE)
The Early Classical Period (480-450 BCE)
The High Classical Period (450-400 BCE)
The Late Classical Period (400-323 BCE)
Hellenistic Period (323-30 BCE)
Chapter 4: Art of the Ancient Aegean
4-2 Cycladic Figure of a Woman. c.
26002400 BCE. Height 24 3/4.
Drawing of Figure of a Woman Showing
5-42 Polykleitos SPEAR BEARER (DORYPHOROS)
Roman copy after the original bronze of c. 450-440 BCE.
Marble, height 6'11" (2.12 m); tree trunk and brace strut are Roman additions.
National Archaeological Museum, Naples.
5-35 Model and Aerial view of the Acr
Chapter 2. Art of the Ancient Near East
Administrative tablet, 31002900 BCE
Page 30 Cuneiform Writing: Symbols
2-2 Anu Ziggurat and White Temple, Uruk, c. 33003000 BCE.
6-19 Augustus of Primaporta. Early 1st
century CE. Height 6 8.
5-42 Polykleitos. Spear Bearer
Roman copy after the original bronze
c. 450440 BCE. Height 6 11.
6-20 Ara Pacis Augustae (Altar of
139 BCE. Approx. 34 5" 38.
Art History 1011, Spring 2016
February 2, 2016
Professor: Stephanie Huber
Attendance at lectures and museum visits see
Mid-Term and Final examinations