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Environment as discipline

 Environment as discipline . 

6-8 pages or 1800-2000 words

a. Pick an everyday environment, building, or space in the SF/Bay Area that is emblematic orsymbolic of your design discipline. You are encouraged to think of unexpected or unusual spaces. Any public or private space inside or outside is Fine. For example: it can be public art, infrastructure, a park, sculpture, a room in a building etc. This is an exercise in connecting unrelated spaces and environments to a design discipline.

This environment must relate to some speciFic action, process, or concept in design. Explain why you chose this environment. What are the qualities of this environment that makes it meaningful to your chosen design discipline? Include photos of the space/environment with clear captions. If you use external resources (websites, journals, books etc.), include a brief bibliography in either MLA or Chicago format. Also consider these questions:

1. How did you discover this space/environment/building? Is it part of your daily routine?
2. Where is it? Does it have a clear function? What is its history?
3. Does it serve a particular community, set of users, consumers or participants?
4. Who is the architect, artist, or designer that designed the space? Is it anonymously authored?

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Ketogenic Accelerator

I realize that goals are very important in whatever youKetogenic Accelerator Review do. I feel my goals are realistic and attainable. I am in no rush to lose body fat quickly just steadily. As long as I continue to lose weight I can spread my goals out over a certain period of time. It is also a healthy way to lose body fat.However some people feel the need to or must lose weight and lose body fat quickly. There are many programs available to accomplish this. The key to any weight loss program is the ability to be consistent and to be able to maintain the program.

Belly fat is a cause of concern for millions around the world and with right reason. Studies have shown people with tummies overflowing with belly fat are at a greater risk of developing heart disease cancer and many others. However this ‘pandemic’ can be greatly curbed if you make a pledge to follow an apt nutrition and fitness regimen. This regimen should be geared to improving overall fitness rather than just focusing on a particular body part. If you are getting panicky about becoming a replica of the Laughing Buddha follow these steps to beat the flab and say adios to bloated bellies for good.

Maintain a balanced diet And by that I mean eat everything in moderation. Crash diets and popping diet pills have an adverse affect on your metabolism. The body needs ample nourishment from the right foods to keep itself healthy and free of disease. To begin losing belly fat start with some obvious villains such as trans fats (doughnuts French fries cream cookies butter and candy bars) and high fructose corn syrup.

These processed food substitutes wreck havoc on your quest for less belly fat. By reading labels you will become and expect at recognizing these culprits. Consume monounsaturated fats found in avocados dark chocolate nuts (raw almonds walnuts sesame seeds pumpkin seeds and hemp seeds) and olive oil. In addition to omega 3 oils – flaxseed hempseeds fish oil instead.That said indulge in your favorite foods once in a while but keep your focus on less sugar processed foods and more belly fat fighting cruciferous vegetables (Broccoli Cauliflower brussel sprouts and Cabbage) Citrus fruits red raspberries and white meat. The effects of eating fatty refined foods tend to show most around your tummy area so always start with the food you put in your mouth.

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Small written assignment (Answering questions)- Museum paper

I am looking for someone who has knowledge of art, because I will need you to use and implement elements of art in order to answer the questions. You will need to look at the pictures/sculptures that I will post the document down below”Pictures with info” is the document and to choose 3 questions and answer them while you look and describe the painting/sculpture.

Another important thing:

 If you’re referencing material found in research, then you should always provide a citation.  If you’re including a direct quote from a source, then you MUST use quotation marks around the text, and then provide a citation mark.  Otherwise, it would be considered plagiarism.   In general, you shouldn’t have more than one or two sentences of quoted text per page in an essay. 

Here are the questions:  READ CAREFULLY !!!

 

From the list below, select THREE (and only three) questions to respond to. Your response to each artwork should consist of approximately one paragraph. Be sure to tell me which question you are answering, and identify each artwork by the label information provided by the museum. Answer all of the questions within the topic for each object selected.

Make sure that you answer only 3 of the 6 possible questions.  Please note that Question #6 is split into an A or B option.  You can only pick one of those.  For all the questions, you’re asked to find two different artworks as examples.  That will be a total of 6 different artworks.  Please don’t repeat the same work for multiple questions.

1. Locate two objects that have a function beyond serving an aesthetic or
devotional purpose (make sure each object serves a different function). Describe
each object: how was each made? How did it function? Next, discuss how two
formal elements operate in each work.

2. Compare and contrast two artworks that are dependent on two different
types of line. Identify each work by artist, title, medium, and date. Define the
type of line used in each work as actual (outline or contour) or implied. Define
the expressive nature of line in each work: is it rational and geometric, or
emotional and expressive? If the work is representational, describe how the line
quality relates to (defines or enhances) the subject depicted. If the artwork is
non-representational, assess how the line quality affects the formal composition.

3. Search for two portraits, one of which is two-dimensional (drawing,
painting, print) and one of which is three-dimensional (sculpture). Describe
each. Who is represented? Summarize how the individual is represented. Next,
discuss how two elements of art and are used in each portrait. How does the
medium contribute to the appearance of the portrait (e.g., an oil painting will have
very different qualities than a marble sculpture)?

4. Find two works of art; one two-dimensional (drawing, painting, print) and one
three-dimensional (sculpture). How does each work make use of space? In the
two-dimensional piece, is the artist rendering the illusion of three-dimensional
space? How? In either piece, what is the interplay between negative and
positive space? In the three-dimensional piece, think about how we, the viewers,
are supposed to interact in the space of the object.

5. Find two works of art that use two different color schemes – analogous,
monochromatic, complementary, or polychromatic. Identify each work by artist,
title, medium, and date. Identify the color scheme of each and describe
specifically how it makes you “read” the artwork. Last, assess how the color
scheme is related to the subject matter and/or the form (if non-representational).
Think about how color enhances the subject and/or form. How does it contribute
to the content (meaning) of the work?

6.  This question has an A or B option.  Option A is about pattern.  Option B is about texture.  Please only pick one, do not write about both pattern & texture.

A)  Find two artworks in which pattern plays a vital role. Define how pattern is
created. Is pattern the result of the media used to create the artwork (for
example pattern may result from the weaving process in fiber art) or is it “applied”
(drawn, painted, carved, etc.)? Describe in detail the effect that pattern has on
the work of art (Does it create movement? Does it give structure to the work?
Does it direct your eye in a specific way)?

B)  Find two artworks in which texture plays a vital role. Define the texture as
actual or visual. How is the texture created? What does this element contribute
to the work?

I also attached an example how it should look. You can read the example but DO NOT use any words/ or try to copy some of it.

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week 2 joutnal

Explore a museum from the list of  museum and digital image resources from Week One, see attachment.

 Select a work of art that particularly interests you and add your interpretation and analysis to your art journal (the Prezi started in Week One). In your analysis, use the terminology you learned this week. Include your personal reaction to the work of art and an image of the work.  To fully contemplate the work of art using what you have learned about art and art appreciation, it is recommended that you examine the work of art for at least ten minutes, taking note of your reactions and observations throughout your examination. Use these notes to compose your journal entry.  

Include an image of the work of art you have chosen and be sure to cite the work of art.

Please follow the basic modified APA style citation format in the  APA Artwork Citations document to reference works of art.

Submit a Word document with your name and the URL to your art journal. 

 

use the terminology 

FORM  In art, an object’s shape and structure, either in two dimensions (for example, a figure painted on a surface) or in three dimensions

COMPOSITION  —The way in which an artist organizes forms in an artwork, either by placing shapes on a flat surface or arranging forms in space.

MEDIUM  —The material (for example, marble, bronze, clay, fresco) in which an artist works; also, in painting, the vehicle (usually liquid) that carries the pigment

TECHNIQUE  —The processes artists employ to create form, as well as the distinctive, personal ways in which they handle their materials and tools

CHRONOLOGY  In art history, the dating of art objects and buildings.

PHISICAL EVIDENCE  —In art history, the examination of the materials used to produce an artwork in order to determine its date

DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE  In art history, the examination of written sources in order to determine the date of an artwork, the circumstances of its creation, or the identity of the artist(s) who made it.

POINTED ARCH  A narrow arch of pointed profile, in contrast to a semicircular arch

ABSTRACT  Non-representational; forms and colors arranged without reference to the depiction of an object

LANDSCAPE  A picture showing natural scenery, without narrative content.

STILL LIFE  A picture depicting an arrangement of inanimate objects

GENRE  A style or category of art; also, a kind of painting that realistically depicts scenes from everyday life.

ATTRIBUTE  The distinctive identifying aspect of a person, for example, an object held, an associated animal, or a mark on the body. (v.) To make an attribution.

ATTRIBUTION  Assignment of a work to a maker or makers

PERSONIFICATION  Assignment of a work to a maker or makers

CONNOISSEUR  —An expert in attributing artworks to one artist rather than another. More generally, an expert on artistic style

SCHOOL  —A chronological and stylistic classification of works of art with a stipulation of place

PATRON  —The person or entity that pays an artist to produce individual artworks or employs an artist on a continuing basis.

CORONA CIVICA  Latin, “civic crown.” A Roman honorary wreath worn on the head.

MEDIUM  —The material (for example, marble, bronze, clay, fresco) in which an artist works; also, in painting, the vehicle (usually liquid) that carries the pigment

TECHNIQUE  —The processes artists employ to create form, as well as the distinctive, personal ways in which they handle their materials and tools

LINE  —The extension of a point along a path, made concrete in art by drawing on or chiseling into a plane.

PLANE  A flat surface

CONTOUR LINE  —In art, a continuous line defining the outer shape of an object

HUE  The name of a color. See also primary colors, secondary colors, and complementary colors.

TEXTURE refers to the quality of a surface, such as rough or shiny.

COLLAGE  composition made by combining on a flat surface various materials, such as newspaper, wallpaper, printed text and illustrations, photographs, and cloth.

ILLUSIONISM  —The representation of the three-dimensional world on a twodimensional surface in a manner that creates the illusion that the person, object, or place represented is three-dimensional. See also perspective.

 

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malik tutor

 

Which 3 major legal/social/political issues that have broad reach into virtually all communities in the US would you urge Asian Americans to understand, support, discuss, promote, and vote on?
Explain clearly why and how AAPIA communities should engage these issues.

Rank them in order of importance from your perspective.

120 words minimum for each issue, no maximum.

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BIBL 104 QUIZ 1

  

Question 1  Leviticus describes the way of      Holiness. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 2  Eight of the Minor Prophets are      focused on the southern kingdom of Judah. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 3  From Jacob’s son ______________      would come the messianic line of Christ. 

  

Levi 

 

Simeon 

 

Joseph 

 

Judah 

 

Benjamin 

1 points   

Question 4  The book of Proverbs is a book      containing words of wisdom. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 5  Of paramount significance in the      Tabernacle was the 

  

lamp stand that represented God’s   guidance. 

 

ark of the covenant that represented   God’s presence. 

 

table of bread that represented God’s   provision. 

 

the veil separating the holy place   from the most holy place. 

1 points   

Question 6  The Day of ______________ was the      holiest day on the Hebrew calendar. 

  

Holiness 

 

Atonement 

 

Cleanliness 

 

Righteousness 

1 points   

Question 7  In the book of Amos God’s ultimate      justice is an area of focus. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 8  The global extent of the flood is      indicated by the fact that

  

all of the high   mountains were covered.

 

all living things   perished.

 

the flood lasted   371 days.

 

Both A and B.

 

All of the above.

1 points   

Question 9  In Moses’ speeches in Deuteronomy      he unfolds the essence of the covenant in the form of 

  

the toledoth 

 

the Shema 

 

the proto evangelium 

 

the bereshith 

1 points   

Question 10  Altogether the Minor Prophets are      a collection of messages to Israel and Judah that serve both as      predictions of judgment and as promises of hope for the future. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 11  Conservative evangelical scholars      believe Moses was the substantial author of the Pentateuch. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 12  The book of Malachi deals with the      theme, “rebuild the Temple.” 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 13  According to our textbook, the      opening verses of Genesis clearly refute 

  

Naturalism 

 

Materialism 

 

Amoralism 

 

Individualism 

 

Both A and B 

 

a, b, and c only. 

1 points   

Question 14  God gave Israel the Ten      Commandments 

  

in Egypt. 

 

at Mount Carmel 

 

at Mount Sinai 

 

in Canaan 

1 points   

Question 15  Because of _________________      importance in leading Israel into practical sanctification and fellowship      with God, three chapters in Leviticus are devoted to _____________. 

  

Moses’s/leadership 

 

Aaron’s /worship 

 

Parental/families 

 

the priests/the priesthood 

1 points   

Question 16  In Moses’ ___________ sermon in      Deuteronomy, he seeks to invoke covenant renewal on the part of the second      generation by reminding them of what God did for Israel. 

  

first 

 

second 

 

third 

 

fourth 

1 points   

Question 17  1–2 Samuel thematically focuses on      Kings and Priests. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 18  The scapegoat 

  

bore the sins of the nation and was   released into the wilderness. 

 

was slaughtered for the sins of the   Priests. 

 

was killed and its blood was   sprinkled on the mercy seat on the ark of the covenant. 

 

entered the Holy place with Aaron as   a demonstration of God’s compassion on sinful
  human beings. 

1 points   

Question 19  1–2 Kings details the Kings of      Israel and Judah. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 20  The thematic focus of Esther      centers around the rescuing of the Israelite people. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 21  What was the significance of the      final plague? 

  

It formed the basis of the Mosaic   Covenant. 

 

Jesus shed His blood for our   redemption at the time of Passover and is “the lamb of
  God who takes away the sin of the world!” 

 

The white wool of the slaughtered   lamb symbolizes the sacrifices we must make in
  order to become pure in the sight of God. 

 

I highlighted the vengeful and   merciless character of God towards all who dare to
  stand in His way. 

1 points   

Question 22  The Historical Books extend from      the book of Joshua to the book of Esther. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 23  Genesis concludes with Israel in      Canaan. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 24  The book of Jonah centers around      the consequences for individual disobedience. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 25  Despite God’s promise that Abraham      would have a son from his “own body,” Sarah insisted they use Hagar their      Egyptian slave as a surrogate mother. Together Abraham and Hagar had a      child named _____________ became the ancestor of the Arab peoples. 

  

Isaac 

 

Esau 

 

Ishmael 

 

Jacob 

1 points   

Question 26  Moses selected _____________ men,      one from each ancestral tribe, to scout out the land of Canaan in advance.      

  

Three 

 

Seven 

 

Ten 

 

Twelve 

1 points   

Question 27  The first five books of the Bible      trace the actions of God in history from the creation of the world until      the death of Joshua. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 28  Exodus highlights the exit from      Egypt. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 29  In Deuteronomy, Moses predicts the      _____________ that Israel’s future generations will exhibit. 

  

apostasy 

 

faithfulness 

 

benevolence 

 

perseverance 

1 points   

Question 30  Deuteronomy provides instructions      for the new generation of Israelites as they prepare to enter Canaan in      fulfillment of God’s promises. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 31  In the proto-evangelium, God      promised that 

  

He would never destroy the earth by a   flood again. 

 

the “seed” of the woman who would   “crush” the head of the serpent and lead to
   salvation. 

 

Adam and Eve would be forced to leave   the Garden of Eden. 

 

Adam and Eve could find and present   an acceptable sacrifice for their forgiveness. 

1 points   

Question 32  In the third major sermon in      Deuteronomy Moses continues with his theme of covenant renewal by      forecasting Israel’s _____________. 

  

laws 

 

enemies 

 

destiny 

 

forefathers 

 

leaders 

1 points   

Question 33  The book of Psalms features songs      of praise and lament. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 34  The book of Micah presents a      divine lawsuit. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 35  Abraham and Sarah had a child      named ______________ who was God’s chosen son of the promise. 

  

Isaac 

 

Esau 

 

Ishmael 

 

Jacob 

1 points   

Question 36  The messages of the Major Prophets      remind us that God holds all nations accountable for their behavior and      policies. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 37  According to our textbook, the      original creation 

  

was instantaneous, 

 

had the appearance of age 

 

reproduced “according to their kinds”   

 

was a mythological narrative 

 

A, B, and C only 

 

All of the above. 

1 points   

Question 38  Jacob’s marriages to Leah and      Rachael produced _____________ sons who would become the various tribes of      Israel. 

  

three 

 

seven 

 

ten 

 

twelve 

 

forty 

1 points   

Question 39  The book of Ruth offers a ray of      hope. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 40  The book of Exodus focuses on      Moses’ life, which can be divided into __________ forty-year time periods.      

  

Two 

 

Three 

 

Four 

 

Five 

1 points   

Question 41  How did the Israelites become      enslaved in Egypt? 

  

They lost the battle of Egypt and   were made slaves. 

 

They could not pay their taxes and   were forced to become slaves. 

 

Pharaoh tricked them into making   bricks for him and they soon became his slaves. 

 

A Pharaoh came to power who did not   know Joseph and what he had done for Egypt. 

1 points   

Question 42  In Deuteronomy, Moses persuasively      argued that his audience must ‘hear’and ‘do,’ ‘keep,’ ‘observe’ God’s      commands out of a heart of ___________. 

  

obedience 

 

sacrifice 

 

servitude 

 

love 

 

meekness 

1 points   

Question 43  ____________ and _____________      were disgruntled over Moses’ marriage and ministerial supremacy and      challenged his divinely given authority. 

  

Joshua and Caleb 

 

Aaron and Miriam 

 

Kadesh and Barnea 

 

Balaam and Balak 

1 points   

Question 44  The English Bible includes twelve      books of the Major Prophets. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 45  The turning point in the book of      Numbers is 

  

the death of Aaron the High Priest at   Mount Hor. 

 

the negative report of the ten spies   that led Israel to lapse into unbelief and rebel
  against God’s command to take Canaan. 

 

Moses’ intercession and God’s grace   through the provision of the bronze serpent
  which prevented the entire generation from being destroyed. 

 

The two victories Israelite military   victories over the Amorite king Sihon and Og,
  the king of Bashan. 

1 points   

Question 46  After Jacob’s descendants migrated      into Egypt, they began to experience numerical growth. This growth      emphasizes 

  

God’s command to “be fruitful and   multiply.” 

 

God’s promise in the Abrahamic   covenant. 

 

the relief from the famine that   Jacob’s family experienced in Egypt. 

 

the peaceful relationship that   Jacob’s family had with the Egyptians. 

1 points   

Question 47  The events surrounding the death      of Moses were probably written by ____________. 

  

Aaron 

 

An unnamed priest 

 

Joshua 

 

Caleb 

 

Miriam 

1 points   

Question 48  Numbers details the wilderness      journey of the Egyptians. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 49  The book of Habakkuk presents the      destruction of Babylon. 

True 

False 

1 points   

Question 50  The Shema involves loving God with      all one’s heart and the totality of one’s being and 

  

teaching the covenant to one’s   children. 

 

meditating on the Law. 

 

celebrating the feasts. 

 

carrying out the sacrifices. 

 

Both C and D. 

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Logo

I need someone that can create a logo and be creative for me.  I have attached below an image of what I’m going for but not exact setup.  “A Pinch Of Love” but the image should picture a hand as shown but the heart should overlap the hand not outline the imag. Can you help me please?

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Ancient Modern Eassay d

Analysis Assignment – Ancient/Modern Essay

Writing this paper will give you an opportunity to study artworks outside of the textbook and to apply analysis. Step 1: Research works of art You are encouraged to visit a local exhibition to study artwork “in the flesh.” Choose an ancient work from before the Common Era and a contemporary work with the same subject matter made within the last 100 years. Subjects can include mythological figures, death, the body, religion, war, etc. Step 2: Write the analysis Draft a formal analysis for each of these pieces It should include a minimum of 5 elements and 5 principles of art. Then compare and contrast the treatment of the same subject What is the context of each work? What were the influences of each?   Step 3: Before you submit… make sure that you have the following: The analysis length should be 3 – 5 pages Use MLA format (Times New Roman 12 point size font, double-spaced, appropriate in-text citations, Works Cited page, etc…) Cite external sources (no Wikipedia!) Comparison & contrast of artwork selected

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Read the article: Teachers as Architects of Transformation

Read the Article (Teachers as Architects of Transformation)
• Read the article: Teachers as Architects of Transformation: The Change Process of an Elementary School Teacher in a Practitioner Research Group (Vetter, 2012). Remember that you are analyzing the piece so there may be both admirable and questionable qualities to this work.
• In 2-3 pages, answer the following questions.
o What type of qualitative research does this article represent? Why?
o What patterns or themes did the researcher discover?
o How was the study credible and trustworthy?
Support your statements with evidence from the required studies and your research. Be sure to use chapter 2 and chapter 10 in Understanding Education Research: A Guide to Critical Reading if you need additional help analyzing this piece.

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FOR KIM WOODS ONLY !!!!!

Rodin’s Influence

Please respond to the following discussion topic and submit it to the discussion forum. Your initial post should be 75-150 words in length. Then, make at least two thoughtful responses to your fellow students’ posts.

Explain why Rodin had such an important influence on modern art.