The walls are dark brown and the ceiling is black with three squares that formed by dozens of spotlights. In the center, there are two high vitrines. These two vitrines have the wooden body with a glass box on it and a wooden top that have lights on it. The bottom of the glass box is a white with slightly yellow undertone platform that has an angled edge with the basic information of the object on it. On top of the platform, there is a glass surface underneath the object to make the bottom of the object clear to see.
The beads cause the board to have a rougher aspect that varies across the board. This is important because all of the beads correlate and tell some history of the Luba people. In addition, all the characters are carved into the wood rather than attaching beads. In the unknown artwork, texture is present in the form of reliefs. The artist carved reliefs that represent characters on the board and they protrude off the board.
In “The Osage Firebird” by Sudipta Bardhan, the author discusses the life and hard work of Maria Tallchief. Betty Marie, best known as Maria Tallchief, always wanted to be a ballerina. Since she was a kid, until she became an adult, her dream was to be a professional dancer. Maria made her dream come true and became a dancer. Body 1: Betty Marie Tallchief, born in 1925, spent part of her childhood on an Osage reservation in Oklahoma.
Edna St. Vincent Millay was a poet born in Rockland, Maine in 1892. She was raised by her divorced mother who taught each of her children to appreciate literature. Her mother played a large role in her becoming a poet along with her being known as a feminist. After graduating from Vassar College she began an open marriage with Eugen Boissevain in 1923. It is interesting to see her different views about sex and love before and after she entered her marriage.
She does not know a lot about social inequalities, because she has never experienced it herself. She was allowed to grow up the way she wanted to, but the older she gets the more people want her to behave more like the stereotypical girl. She does not realise which influence racism has, because they have always had Calpurnia and never treated her as something less. This changes during the course book of the book and leaves her more experienced. She knows more about humanity capacity for evil and their prejudice, but also learns about the goodness that can come from
One African American woman had a passion for people and the drive to make a difference. Mary Eliza Mahoney was born May 7, 1845. She is recognized as being the first African-American professional nurse. Mary worked extremely hard to provide the best care for her patients. Mary went through a nurse training program, was inducted into the national association of colored graduate nurses, which later joined with the American Nurses Association, and she was inducted into American Nurses Association hall of fame, where there is a prestigious nursing award named after her.
Martha Graham is recognised as one of the greatest artists of the 20th century. Using the expressive capacity of the body Martha Graham created a new movement language. Her new style grew for her experimentation with contraction and release. With the sharp, angular, and direct movements were in a direct comparison the classical ballet technique. Martha Graham danced and choreographed for over 70 years, and was the first dancer to dance at the White House.
Overview: Carole Lombard was an actress best known for parts in screwball comedies. She was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana on October 6th, 1908 as Jane Alice Peters. Her family moved to Los Angeles, California after her parents’ divorce. At a young age, she decided to pursue an acting career in the movies. She fulfilled her goal and even became the highest paid actress in Hollywood in 1937.
In 1938 she had her first art gallery in America, but people thought of Frida mainly as the wife of Diego Rivera and not like an artist until the eighties. She was best known for “Self-portrait in a Velvet”, “The two Frida’s”, and “Roots”. She painted her life pain and suffering and today she is known as one of the most influential artist
"DEEDS, NOT WORDS": THE EMMELINE PANKHURST AND WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE Introduction The English political activist Emmeline Pankhurst (1858-1928) is considered by many to be the leading figure of the women’s suffrage movement waged in Edwardian England. Pankhurst’s 40-year fight gained victory in the year of her death, turning the government to grant the British women the same parliamentary voting rights as to man. This significant contribution to women’s political emancipation which ultimately led her being recognized by Time Magazine (1999) as one of the Heroes and Icons of the 20th Century. However, Pankhurst had been the subject of controversy since her introduction of militant actions into the campaign for women’s suffrage. While some praised