I knew of very few black artists especially females but I wanted to be one. Realizing that a fine artists was not a permeate job, I decided to study commercial art. I had to make a hard decision, I really liked my high school art teacher but I didn’t feel the traditional art classes in my high school could prepare me for a commercial art career. I entered the Commercial Art class as the Union County Vocational School share-time program with for high school students. This program transported me from high school to the vocational school for my junior and senior years.
Yes, the art therapy session presented by patients’ goals and chosen an appropriate art therapy activity for patients. One of the session, patients finished one hour art activities and the art therapist assisted them to chose an appropriate program. However, majority of patients were not interested in the art therapy program and did not want to explain too much about the treatment. Were there any challenges to implementing this program? Examples could be high number of staff needed, expense, unforeseen risk to clients.
Some of his paintings were used in the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London for educational purposes. Moreover, the catalog for the exhibitions incorporated different styles hence showing groundbreaking pieces of work. From the reviews, it shows that the artist was a street-smart even though most of the artists at that time were ignorant about artistry and artwork. That made it difficult for some of the works of art to rise above the lowly artistic station. However, several people appreciated the works of Jean Michel thereby attracting the media, collectors and museums.
I struggled a lot with that lesson because I was so used to my old ways that I did not want to learn that actual right ways. I eventually got over my stubbornness and learned the rules for where to put the apostrophe. The knowledge in this course has helped me write my research paper for other college class, Dual General Psychology. The knowledge I learned from this class I used a lot to help me write my research paper in there. I think without the knowledge from this class I would not have done as well as I did on that paper.
After reading it, Mr. Notkins’ Artist Statement really opens your eyes as to what the piece is trying to convey and you change the way you thought the piece was assembled. The piece is much more obvious than other famous paintings and Notkins doesn’t seem to care about that. After reading the artist's statement my views and thoughts
It has taken a lot of effort from faculty and students to get rid of grade inflation, but schools such as Wellesley College and Reed College have been successful. In conclusion, Rojstaczer is effective in utilizing rhetorical situations, ethos, and pathos in his article. However, he is ineffective in using logos to persuade his audience on why grade inflation is wrong and is need of their participation to initiate
EXPERIENCE PAPER: ART MUSEUM OPTION I’d like to preface by saying why I choose the art museum experience. I had never been to an actual art museum before. I took an online art class my freshman year and found the work to be fascinating. Even the pieces that weren’t my favorite I could see the emotion portrayed in them, but actually getting to experience it in person was truly awe-inspiring. Being able to really see the detail in the brush strokes or the shadows in the contrast was amazing.
Undergraduate years were classes that the author are no longer enjoy mainly because professors lack skills to communicate. Bell Hooks found Paulo Freire and he was a man that she can look up to as he prompted critical pedagogy to her. The feminist classrooms were the place that we could raise critical inquiries about education process related to practice of freedom. Bell Hooks was excited to start teaching with ways different than what she had been taught. Furthermore, she longed to combine excitement and seriousness making a better learning environment than the one she used to had.
This may be due to a lack of interest in the art museum the participants had. It may be possible that if the participants were subjected to tours around different types of museum, such as art, science, sports, or history museums, that we as researchers may be able to better modify a participant’s memory depending on their level of interest. In order to alter the quality of reactivation we would send the participants through the 4 different types of museums in one day with the cameras taking pictures every 15 seconds and after they would complete a survey rating which museum was their favorite, second favorite, and so on. Then we would subject them to the same match vs. mismatch conditions in a similar reactivation session to that of St. Jaques and Schacter, and then see how their level of correct responses varied depending on which set of photographs they were shown. It would be expected that in the museums that they liked more they would have an increased number of correct responses because they had a higher level of interest and paid attention to the exhibit more closely and that we would have a harder time modifying their memories for the exhibits they were most interested
For years I put all this behind me, I pushed cps out of my mind and caseworkers and social workers did not even exist in my world, that is until college. As I was searching through the list of majors offered at a nearby university I happened upon the “Social work” tab, I almost kept scrolling and avoided it completely, but I’m glad I did not. In my life I had always seen social work strictly as cps, more specifically the removal of children in cps. I was ignorant and did not realize the entire spectrum that social work is on and the vital role they play in communities, the more I begin studying and learning about the field the more I fell in love with it. I feel that my experiences will both help and hinder me, in a sense I have a deep understanding of what many people whom will need a social worker are going through, but because of this I will also have a harder time ensuring I do not over relate than some of my fellow classmates will.
Many college students are not a fan of taking arts and humanities courses because the courses do not correspond with their major. Despite the downside of arts and humanities courses, students should look at the positive side at how these courses will help them. Fredrick Douglas talks about the importance of reading and writing in his essay "Learning to Read and Write." Douglas said "It opened my eyes to the horrible pit but no ladder upon which to get out. In moments of agony, I envied my fellow-slaves for their stupidity."