1. What is "the mystery" of the Anasazi cliff dwellers? Did the people really just "disappear"?
The Anasazi or the Puebloan ancestors, refers to a group of prehistoric Native American people centered
around the present-day Four Corners area of the Southwe
Colonial Images of African Americans
Art historians frequently study depictions of race and/or ethnicity in art in order to better understand
common attitudes and prejudices the dominant (white) American public believed about people of color in
Abad and Sikander
The first painting is titled I Thought the Streets Were Paved with Gold (1991) by Philippino-American
artist Pacita Abad. In the painting, she depicts the immigrant dream of easy riches being replaced with the
reality of an unrelenting c
What was the Harlem Renaissance? What years are generally considered to be the beginning and the end
of the Harlem Renaissance? Even after slavery ended, African Americans were still widely oppressed and
discriminated against. What social and eco
An important figure in the story of the Spanish conquest in the New World was a woman known as La Malinche. Who was she? What was her role in the Conquest?
La Malinche, Rosario Marquardt
She is still a controversial figure in Mexican history, and sometime
Arts 2F / ICS 5 Multicultural Arts in the U.S.
Illustrations (Slides) for the Midterm Exam: The following numbers are the illustrations in the on-line
chapters (http:/faculty.deanza.fhda.edu/cadgemoorecatie/) that you will need to study for th
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Faith Ringgold's 1969 painting Flag for the Moon: Die Nigger
1. Why do you think Ringgold, an African-American painter, used the 'N' word (nigger) in this painting?
2. What possible meanings overall do you think this painting was meant to express?
Siqueiros and Amrica Tropical
What was Christine Sterling's original view for the development around Olvera Street, and how
does that relate to the Mission Myth discussed in the chapter? What elements do you see in
Siqueiros' mural that conflict with that
Edward Mitchell Bannister (1828-1901) was an African-American artist who depicted genre (everyday
life), landscapes, seascapes, and portraits, historical and religious subjects. He was born in Canada and
was of mixed heritage with a lighter complexion tha