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Arts Survey Study Guide . How to critique •Step 1 : Description - Make a visual inventory. Describe exactly what you see. •Step 2 : Analysis - Describe how the work is organized as a complete composition.

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How to critique

•Step 1 : Description - Make a visual inventory. Describe exactly what you see.

•Step 2 : Analysis - Describe how the work is organized as a complete composition.

•Step 3 : Interpretation - What is happening? Base on what you see. What do you think the artist trying to communicate?

•Step 4 : Judgement - Present your opinion of the work’s success or failure & EXPLAIN why.

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Propaganda is a form of communication that is aimed at influencing the attitude of a community toward some cause or position to manipulate human emotions by displaying facts selectively.

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Graffitiwas used as a form of expression by political activists.

Ready-mades = completely unaltered everyday objects used as “art”

The term found art describes art created from undisguised, but often modified, objects that are not normally considered art, often because they already have a non-art function.

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6 Surrealistic Techniques

Scale: changing an object’s scale or size

Levitation: floating objects that don’t normally float

Juxtaposition: joining 2 images together in impossible combos

Dislocation: taking an object from its usual environment &

placing in an unfamiliar one.

Transparency: making objects transparent that are not usually

transparent.

Transformation: changing objects in an unusual way.

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Name at least one thing that Surrealism embodies:

• No intention of making the work logically comprehensible.

(making sense)

• Was deeply influenced by the psychologist theories of Freud.

• Fantastical visual imagery from the subconscious mind.

(dreams or nightmares)

• Attracted many members of the Dada movement.

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camera obscura(Latin words meaning "dark room"). Dark box or room with a pinhole. An image is formed upside down on a wall from the pinhole on the opposite wall.

Camera Lucida- artist saw at the same time both the subject and the drawing paper. His pencil was guided by the virtual image.

Calotypeprovided the first practical method of producing “prints” on paper from a negative. THE FIRST NEGATIVE.

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Animation Relies on persistence of vision to create the illusion of movement.

Rotoscoping: is a technique where animators trace live-action movement, frame by frame. The source film can be directly copied from actors' outlines into animated drawings.

Walt Disney invented both Storyboards and the Multiplane Camera.

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The Futurists were also fascinated with movement & the capturing of speed or movements in art.

Futurist Architecture is characterized by long dynamic lines, suggesting speed, motion, urgency.

Many Italian Futurists supported Fascism (a form of radical authoritarian nationalism) in the hope of modernizing a divided country

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Cubism is an early-20th-century avant-garde art movement pioneered by Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso, and later joined by Juan Gris.

Picasso became recognized as the inventor of Cubism.

The Demoiselles is generally referred to as the first Cubist picture.

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The Nutcracker Suite composer – Tchaikovsky

Night on Bald Mountain composer – Mussorgsky

Ave Maria composer – Schubert

The Rite of Spring composer – Stravinsky

Dance of the Hours composer – Ponchielli

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice composer – Dukas

The Pastoral Symphony composer - Beethoven

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The soundtrack for Fantasia was recorded using multiple audio channels and reproduced with Fantasound, a pioneering sound reproduction system that made Fantasia the first commercial film shown in stereophonic sound. It was the first American film to use stereophonic sound.

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Dorothea Lange ~

“Migrant Mother”