exploring the different forms of creative expression, their cultural significance, and their impact on everyday life through various prompts and reflections.

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exploring the different forms of creative expression, their cultural significance, and their impact on everyday life through various prompts and reflections.

PART 1– For your initial post (Due by Jan 21 Sunday 11:59p):
Why do you feel stop-motion has become increasingly popular?
What has been your favorite art form so far? Do you see any relation between this art form and your everyday life? Explain briefly. PART 2– For your initial post (Due by Jan 21 Sunday 11:59p):
Based on your reading so far from, “Where Does Art Come From?” how are art and the various forms of creative expression reflective of the people producing them, their cultural context, and the time and place in which they are produced?
What meanings or values are being communicated through the various forms of creative expression?
Why is death an important topic to humans? Explain. Is there any modern-day art that you have encountered representing death or the afterlife?
What are the conflicts in “The Raven”? What types of conflict (physical, moral, intellectual, or emotional) do you read?
How is madness or insanity explored in the poem? Is death represented?
PART 3– EXTRA CREDIT: OPTIONAL WORTH 5PTS
Students will create a 1 page-long typed response to one of three review prompts. Responses must be in MLA format. Purpose:
Explore in writing what you have read/watched and what we have presented in the modules.
Instructions:
Reply to only 1 of 3 topics/questions located below.
Students are to submit their assignment by Jan 21, 11:59 pm using the submission link on this page. Use citations and supporting evidence from texts/videos found in your Modules. Restate the chosen topic/question in the first few sentences of your response. MLA Format Review Purdue WebpageLinks to an external site.
Topic/Questions:
Define creative expression in your own terms. Use examples from ‘The Living Arts’ to support your definition. Using one of the critical perspectives, review the painting below. Refer to Module Week 2. What makes painting, sculpture, music, literature, drama, dance, architecture, and film different from each other? What similarities do they share? Are there key elements intertwined? Describe and refer to ‘The Living Arts’ for support. Title: The Kiss
Creator: Gustav Klimt
Date Created: 1908-1909
Physical Dimensions: w180 x h180 cm
Type: Oil on canvas
PART 4–
Students will create a 1.5-2 page-long typed reflection of their visit. Responses must be in MLA format. Purpose:
Explore in writing what you have experienced at a location of creative expression.
Instructions:
Visit a location of creative expression; this is subjective to you, I suggest a museum, gallery, theatre, church/temple, historic building, film site, play, or exhibit. Reflect on the art you witnessed and/or experienced. How did the location make you feel? What was the aesthetic? How was creativity expressed here and in what form? Did you like or dislike anything in particular, why? Did something specific stand out as beautiful? Was there a connection you felt between the work of art? Talk about your experience. Students are to submit their assignment by Jan 21st, 11:59 pm using the submission link on this page. Use citations and supporting evidence from texts/videos found in your Modules when necessary. Include proof of visit; this can be a photo of you there or a ticket stub. Not included in the page length. Does not need to be a paid event. Remember there is a museum on the Cuyamaca campus, Heritage of the Americas, and parks usually have free events or historic landmarks. Attending/visiting a church/temple is also free. MLA Format Review Purdue WebpageLinks to an external site.
Tips for your submission:
If you visit a historic building, church, or temple; remember about architecture and paintings. Remember that literature is also considered art; attend a poetry reading or visit a state Library! Going to a theme park this week or did you go recently? Or have you seen a movie in a theater? Hint Hint

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