Some of the artists, sometimes do ‘unofficial’ community service like painting over a badly vandalized wall of a shop, and sometimes they do it without permission. However, most of the time the owners ended up liking it, if they somehow manage to get respond from the owners. So, this has created a positive impact to both the society and country indirectly. If these things are observed and well organized by the government or other bodies, the non-artists think that graffiti and street arts can be used to decorate city and old buildings, hence become the centre of attraction for tourists from all over the world just like the one in Penang. (PIC)
Trade Liberalization by definition is reducing trade barriers so that goods and services can move around the world more easily. These agreements have helped many people. So something that exemplifies trade liberalization would be the WTO(World Trade Organization) it helps open up trading but also if you do not abide by the rules you will be fined. You are not forced to pay the fine but if you do not no one will want to trade with you because the WTO has so much power.
TYPE OF SPEECH: Persuasive Speech Topic: Graffiti is art Purpose Statement: To inform you about the culture of graffiti. Thesis Statement: Graffiti is not all bad, it actually brings a lot of emotion and culture to America. Organizational Pattern: Topical
Design is very important in our daily life because it makes people have the opportunities to change their life become better and more fun. Firstly, the importance of art and design in daily life is benefit to business. How design can benefit to business? People can use the product design in their business because product design can help the company to increase their sales quantities and sell the product with a high efficiency and smoothly. The customers will have more choices to choose their product and able to find what they are looking for.
With graffiti writing also comes some risks. They have to intricately plan out how they will shape their letters, how they will color and shade them, and even the way they write their name. Just like art that you would see in a typical museum, graffiti writer art can be harshly criticized and judge. Not only can they be judged, but when it comes to illegal graffiti writing, it raises some issues with norms and laws. Even thought there is an option for legal graffiti writing in a gallery, a majority of writers hold an illegal career.
Cognitive bias: Similarity Bias When I was assigned as a Call Center manager in my company a few years ago, I experienced a certain situation, which now I know it is similarity bias. It was started when I had to build a team and assign several project tasks to the people under my supervision. I created a team containing certain people who I felt I enjoyed to talk with because of our similarities on how we think, talk, and act, even though I realized that there were other people who might be able to do the tasks better. At first, my main consideration was the ease of communication between us so that I could accelerate the process given the high target. It worked at the beginning.
Conventionally, it will be to express themselves and other times it will be to convey an important and thought-provoking message, for instance, the renowned Banksy. While graffiti would come under the term ‘vandalism’, street art should
This is why, many creative photographers have complained of not receiving the needed attention and recognition as is given to artists and architects. But the good news is that, as stated above, things have changed in this direction. Apart from its collection of photographs, the National Gallery of Art is now including photography in its major exhibitions, and bringing photographers together to exhibit their products as well. And according to Fiofiori, efforts have been made by private galleries and cultural institutions like Mydrim, Nimbus, Alliance Française and Goethe Institut to attract collectors by mounting photography exhibitions. Individual photographers have also done the same.
There were some fabricated programs that were implemented in hopes of increasing this interest overall, which proved to have minor success in my opinion. Firstly, there was the Federal Art project, which “paid artists a living wage to produce public art”(The Americans), in hopes of heightening public opinion and appreciation of art. There were positives associated with this, like the discovery of great artists like Diego Rivera, and Edward Hopper. Also there was the Federal Writers Project, which helped many aspiring writers to finish their works, and gave others jobs. But with these two programs, I feel that they are not as effective today, as they were originally supposed to be.
We could also have an admission fee, or donation box to help with the money also. We could also start a fundraiser to help with some other expenses. In conclusion, to make Alpena a beloved community again I would build a museum. A museum is a good idea because it creates jobs, gives something for people to do, inspire people, and make Alpena better known.
Hopper learned that art was not all about painting exactly what is seen, but interpreting it, and changing aspects about it to invoke an even greater emotion out of those who see it. After his schooling in New York, Hopper joined the advertising business for a short period of time, where he created illustrations for magazines. This provided Hopper with a steady income, but he was stifled with the restrictiveness of the art that he had to create, and he was not satisfied with his career. Hopper then went to Europe, in particular Paris and Spain, where the works of Edgar Degas and Édouard Manet, who depicted urban settings in their artwork, moved him.
Laws on Graffiti should be stricter to stop vandalism in the city and opening up other crimes such as burglary and assault (Graffiti Hurts Website). Graffiti can open crimes for younger teens. Which, is looked down on by certain young individuals. Graffiti is hard to clean once it is on a surface of some kind. For example, Los Angeles had spent 28 million dollars on removing the graffiti from off the walls.
There have already been some corporate sponsors who could give funding to town to convert the abandoned building into the community center. It means the town does not need to pay too much for the conversion. It would generate many jobs during the conversion and the operation of the community center. The town could hire residents for these jobs. The town could also hold events or lease some empty space for retail stores to generate revenue.