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How is it related to other terms such as participatory design, human-centered design, participatory action research, etc.?

This paper provides you an opportunity to draft a personal design philosophy that might be handed to a potential employer or partner to explain your approach to the design process. The paper should be written in the first person, and should include at least five (5) references from class reading. Questions you might explore in this paper include:
What is codesign? How is it related to other terms such as participatory design, human-centered design, participatory action research, etc.?
Why is collaborative design important to you?
How does collaborative design intervene in existing power dynamics or systemic inequities?
What are situations or conditions that are ideal for codesign? When might it be challenging?
Use examples from the reading or case studies we discussed in class. It is also okay to use examples from your design process this semester.
Papers should be 10-12 pages, double-spaced, with 12-point font. References should be in APA style, with in-text parenthetical citations. All papers should include a title page and bibliography.

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Write a 4 page analytical paper on the movie fight club by david fincher.

Write a 4 page Analytical Paper on the movie Fight Club by David Fincher. Your thesis should focus on one element of the storyline or a cinematic technique that illuminates a framework within the film. Finally, you must include one secondary source about the film that furthers your argument and that you agree with
Please keep in mind, this is an analytical paper: do not just summarize or write a paper simply convincing the reader to go see the movie. Also, spoilers are acceptable!
-This paper must have at least four quotes, situated anywhere in the paper.
-This paper must have a Works Cited page, citing the film and the secondary source.

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Describe the visual image!

Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art web site: metmuseum.org, and search Female mask (Mmuo), Igbo, Nigeria, Accession # 1978.412.626
Write a short consideration of this object. First provide a well-organized formal analysis (line, shape, form, color, light, composition, etc, whichever best apply). Do not assume that the reader has seen the work. Your analysis should take into account the choices made by the artist—especially through proportioning, positioning, and expressive elements, but also in terms of materials and techniques. In what ways do these choices offer insights into qualities that the artist may have sought to convey? Next, drawing on information provided on the museum’s website, connect the object’s form to its cultural and historical context and function. You may wish to focus on several key features of the object to draw conclusions about its larger significance. Finally, how might your perception of and interaction with the object differ from that of the people who made and/or used it? Your writing should be 700 words minimum. Make your words count. DESCRIBE THE VISUAL IMAGE! More about WHAT YOU SEE than citing history facts, please.

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Prerequisites: junior level standing.

*need this done today bye 11pm 10/30/22
COM 342-01 SCRIPTWRITING
Description
This course is a practice-based workshop introducing students to the process of story development and writing for the screen. Through written assignments, students will develop multiple instances of dramatic technique, including character, dialogue, structure, and plot. The course also provides students with a platform for critical assessment and revision. Prerequisites: Junior level standing.
Course Objectives
• Provide students with an understanding of narrative structure and development
• Provide students with a foundation for exploring the technical process of screenplay writing • Provide students with a foundation for exploring the creative writing process
• Apply critical discourses as a method for enhancing the quality of authorship
• Provide students with a comprehensive approach to discipline specific writing
screenplay writing show it dont tell

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Give the name of both illustrator and art director (if applicable) as well as the title, date, and other relevant information.

Please select one contemporary illustration made in the last five decades from any corner of illustration and popular culture for the purpose of visual and contextual analysis.
600 words in APA format
Give the name of both illustrator and art director (if applicable) as well as the title, date, and other relevant information.

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Describe what you see and its importance.

Look at this painting below, The Fifer painted by Manet, and think of all the possible reasons why this image is a very good example of “Art for Art’s Sake.” Describe what you see and its importance. How is it a good example of Modern art?

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Write another short paragraph with your postmodern principle analysis.

Your readings this week detail the language of art in observing its compositional form. Sayre identifies the principles of design as balance, emphasis, focal point, scale, proportion, rhythm, unity, and variety. This set of principles is common to traditional foundations of learning. As a counterpoint, Olivia Gude (2004) suggests we ought to look beyond these principles, particularly in making and looking at contemporary art. Instead, Gude presents postmodern principles as appropriation, juxtaposition, representin’, recontextualization, hybridity, layering, gazing, and interaction of image and text. (Click https://naea.digication.com/omg/Postmodern_Principles for an on-line version of Gude’s article.)
For this discussion post, you will compare and contrast the two sets of principles of art when critiquing a work of art. Choose a work of art made after 1960 from Module 2 (from chapters 3-7) and identify the artwork in the title of your thread. Write a short paragraph analyzing the work using the traditional principles of art. (Since it’s a short paragraph, you can choose 1-2 principles to analyze the work, but be very descriptive in the analysis.) Then look critically at the artwork and choose one of the postmodern principles to analyze it. Write another short paragraph with your postmodern principle analysis. Then, identify which set of principles (traditional, postmodern, or a hybrid of both) helped you better describe the work, and describe why it was better to use in your analysis. Click on the title above to open up the discussion board and respond to the prompt by creating a new thread. Posts should be a minimum of 200-250 words, refer to the readings, and be proofread before it is submitted. Original threads are due by Friday, October 28 at 11:59 pm.

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However, i am not sure if this is a unique enough application.

I am applying to USC, NYU, etc. I need help with my Personal Statement for the Common App. I am struggling to move forward with it and feel like I created two entirely separate situations. I am trying to say that the mistakes in color guard helped my anxiety in my life and in theater. However, I am not sure if this is a unique enough application. I have been using this website as a reference https://www.collegeessayguy.com/blog/common-app-essay-examples#A=

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Description

COM 342-01 SCRIPTWRITING
Description
This course is a practice-based workshop introducing students to the process of story development and writing for the screen. Through written assignments, students will develop multiple instances of dramatic technique, including character, dialogue, structure, and plot. The course also provides students with a platform for critical assessment and revision. Prerequisites: Junior level standing.
Course Objectives
• Provide students with an understanding of narrative structure and development
• Provide students with a foundation for exploring the technical process of screenplay writing • Provide students with a foundation for exploring the creative writing process
• Apply critical discourses as a method for enhancing the quality of authorship
• Provide students with a comprehensive approach to discipline specific writing
screenplay writing show it dont tell

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Answer the four questions at the bottom of the assignment.

For our second Play Assignment, you will read
Katori Hall’s play, THE MOUNTAINTOP, and
answer the four questions at the bottom of the
assignment. The script for THE MOUNTAINTOP is available for free online via GSU. I’ve attached a link that will take you to the text. You will need to use your GSU sign-in to access it. I’ve also attached a very short video of highlights from the 2011 production of the play starring Samuel L. Jackson and Angela Bassett. Please note that this a controversial play with mature themes, coarse and strong language, and sexual innuendo; deals with issues of oppression, including racism; conversations about death and dying.
As “The Mountaintop” begins, you immediately
discover that the main character represents Dr. King. But, as Katori Hall depicts him, he may not be quite the man you expected. The character of Came also may be a surprise. She turns out to be more than her station in life might have dictated. After reading the play, answer the following four questions, please provide specific examples from the text. Each answer
should be approximately 150-250 words, totaling 600-1000 words for the entire assignment.
1. Think about the images we have of Dr. King
as a martyr and an inspirational leader and
compare those images to the one that the
playwright, Hall, has created. How do they
compare with each other? Who do you think
is the “real” Dr. King? Why?
2. In Camae, how did Hall show how our human
traits might make us “better angels”?
3. Consider the image of God that Camae
describes for us. How does this view compare
or contrast to the image of God that you are
most familiar with? Did you like this
perspective? Were you able to accept it within
the context of the play? Why or why not?
4. What do you think Hall’s theme is in this
play? Discuss how the characters of Dr. King
and Camae lent themselves to that theme.