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4. Kehinde Wiley, NAPOLEON LEADING THE ARMY OVER THE ALPS, 2005 You write a clea

4. Kehinde Wiley, NAPOLEON LEADING THE ARMY OVER THE ALPS, 2005
You write a clear, concise, and persuasive analysis, in your own words, for the 1 artist and their work that you select from the list above.  The analysis should convince your reader of the validity of your objective interpretation.  I’m looking for a paragraph or two that interweaves the following information:
Appropriate course terminology.
Your thoughts backed up by evidence. I don’t want to see a string of quotes (which is plagiarism) – think critically.
Visually analyzes the artwork: What FEA & PoD are used most prominently in the artwork? Why does the artist make those choices? What medium does the artist choose? 
Contextually analyzes the artwork: How does the artwork relate to the time in which it was created? When? Where? What was happening politically, socially, economically, etc., that the artists were responding to? 
Thematically analyzes the artwork: What are the major themes are present in the artwork? And how are they applied?
Clearly state your objective interpretation of the artwork. This should be the result of thinking critically about the object’s original context, key ideas & characteristics of the movement, FEA, PoD & the major themes of art. 
Finally, you will ask a challenge question for your peers to answer.  Questions and responses to them should: 
Derive from course material
Center on thinking about the art object in myriad ways. 
Not be too obscure, obvious or off topic
Challenge each other to think critically about the art object & it’s context. 
Focus on developing ideas – think about other themes that may apply to deepen the discussion.

1.What was unique about Pollock’s version of “abstract expressionism”?  How did

1.What was unique about Pollock’s version of “abstract expressionism”?  How did it fit with earlier forms of modernism and abstractionism?  How was it different?  In what way, if any, did it serve as the bridge between the older forms of modernism and the new “action-oriented” genres of postmodernist art?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXc0qYVEEU8 
2.How did art change significantly from the 1960s onward?   What were some of these key changes or shifts?  How did art after from the 1960s embody a “spiritual” vision that was similar to, or different from, those perspectives, views, and strategies that had preceded it?
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2. Catherine Opie, SELF-PORTRAIT/NURSING, 2004 https://i1.wp.com/www.guggenheim.

2. Catherine Opie, SELF-PORTRAIT/NURSING, 2004
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in a paragraph between 150 – 250 words answer this promp:
You write a clear, concise, and persuasive analysis, in your own words, for the 1 artist and their work that you select from the list above.  The analysis should convince your reader of the validity of your objective interpretation.  I’m looking for a paragraph or two that interweaves the following information:
Appropriate course terminology.
Your thoughts backed up by evidence. I don’t want to see a string of quotes (which is plagiarism) – think critically.
Visually analyzes the artwork: What FEA & PoD are used most prominently in the artwork? Why does the artist make those choices? What medium does the artist choose? 
Contextually analyzes the artwork: How does the artwork relate to the time in which it was created? When? Where? What was happening politically, socially, economically, etc., that the artists were responding to? 
Thematically analyzes the artwork: What are the major themes are present in the artwork? And how are they applied?
Clearly state your objective interpretation of the artwork. This should be the result of thinking critically about the object’s original context, key ideas & characteristics of the movement, FEA, PoD & the major themes of art. 
Finally, you will ask a challenge question for your peers to answer.  Questions and responses to them should: 
Derive from course material
Center on thinking about the art object in myriad ways. 
Not be too obscure, obvious or off topic
Challenge each other to think critically about the art object & it’s context. 
Focus on developing ideas – think about other themes that may apply to deepen the discussion.

Create a powerpoint/slide deck for your ongoing catalog. This week your slides w

Create a powerpoint/slide deck for your ongoing catalog. This week your slides will have majority word content although you may add supporting photographs. The chapter is broken down to 6 categories with sub-categories. Create slides with each for each category and sub-category. You may write summaries or use bullet points for information, combo of both etc.

Read the article from The Atlantic about protest music. Create an annotated play

Read the article from The Atlantic about protest music. Create an annotated playlist of six examples of protest music that matters to you. Include the title of the song, information about the artist, and a YouTube link, as well as a paragraph about the song’s effectiveness as protest music.  
The Atlantic website bellow
https://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2015/01/the-return-of-the-protest-song/384631/

Instructions PERFORMANCE RESPONSE 3 Select a performance from the AMERICAN playl

Instructions
PERFORMANCE RESPONSE 3
Select a performance from the AMERICAN playlist at:

Write a performance response using the attached example and rubric. DO NOT simply answer the questions: these responses must be in the form of a newspaper review. Simple answers to questions will not get you the full amount of points. Be sure to check for spelling, grammar, and punctuation.

Read the article from The Atlantic about protest music. Create an annotated play

Read the article from The Atlantic about protest music. Create an annotated playlist of six examples of protest music that matters to you. Include the title of the song, information about the artist, and a YouTube link, as well as a paragraph about the song’s effectiveness as protest music.  
The Atlantic website bellow
https://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2015/01/the-return-of-the-protest-song/384631/

Instructions PERFORMANCE RESPONSE 3 Select a performance from the AMERICAN playl

Instructions
PERFORMANCE RESPONSE 3
Select a performance from the AMERICAN playlist at:

Write a performance response using the attached example and rubric. DO NOT simply answer the questions: these responses must be in the form of a newspaper review. Simple answers to questions will not get you the full amount of points. Be sure to check for spelling, grammar, and punctuation.

Before beginning this assignment, I recommend that you watch the video posted in

Before beginning this assignment, I recommend that you watch the video posted in Unit 4 of our course titled, “Words of Wisdom from your Instructor: Letters that Have Meanings”. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO: “Words of Wisdom from Your Instructor: Letters that Have Meanings.”
Find an acronym that is commonly used in an area of medicine that interests you.  An acronym is an abbreviation formed from the initial letters of other words and pronounced as a word. 
State the acronym and what it “stands for”. If your term is derived from another language, such as Latin, explain how the term was derived.
Define the term for which the acronym stands.
Use your acronym in a meaningful way in a sentence correctly as you would to communicate with another medical professional.
Finally, rewrite your sentence in a way that you would use the term (not the acronym) to communicate clearly and simply with your patient who is not a medical professional.   In your communication with your patient, be sure to use clear simple language and the definition of the term clear while being respectful of the patient. Your patient communication should explain what the term means and give the patient appropriate information related to patient care and medical needs.
Note: Do not use the same sentence for the medical professional and your patient by just changing the acronym to words. Customize your sentences for professional communication use and patient communication use.
Review the acronyms that have already been posted; post only acronyms that have not yet been posted on your group’s discussion board. Do not use acronyms from the examples provided or from the video. Do not use the following acronyms: BID, PRN, RN, PCP DOB, BP, BPD, DOA, or EDC.
After you complete posting your idea, respond to two other ideas by members of your Discussion Group in a substantive manner. Address the student by name, restate his or her acronym, and explain how and why you think this will be helpful to you in your future career.
This is a graded assignment. Refer to the Discussion Rubric for details on how your assignment will be scored.
Original work is required for this assignment. Do not copy information from another student or directly from a reference source.
Example #1:
Acronym and definition: BID is an acronym which means twice (two times) a day. It is an abbreviation for “bis in die” which in Latin means twice a day. The abbreviation b.i.d. is sometimes written without a period either in lower-case letters as “bid” or in capital letters as “BID”.
Sentence to another medical professional: Please, explain to the patient, Mrs. Smith, that we are prescribing an antibiotic bid.
Sentence to the patient: Mrs. Smith, Dr. Jones has prescribed an antibiotic for you to take twice a day for your respiratory infection. You should take this drug once in the morning and once before bedtime. Do you have any questions about how and when to take this medication?
Example #2:
Acronym and definition: p.r.n. is an acronym which stands for pro re nata in Latin and it means “as needed or as and when the situation arises/necessary”. It is usually written with a period between each of the letters as showed before.
Sentence to another medical professional: Nadia was working as a p.r.n. nurse in the Emergency Room as she was studying full-time to become a Nurse Practitioner.
Sentence to the patient: Mr. Albadrani, Dr. Hassani has prescribed a topical spray for your ankle pain to be used as needed for pain. It is to be applied only when the pain arises as it is a very strong medication and must be carefully used.