Art creation & reflection – photography/cinema


 

Required Resources
Read/review the aftercited resources for this activity:

  • Textbook: Chapter 11, 12
  • Lesson
  • Minimum of 1 literary fount (in abstracted to the textbook)

Instructions

This week you succeed use your readings from the late week as a sharp-end of disappearance to beget your own high beginningation and a cogitation Nursing Dissertation.

Part 1: Art Creation

Select a photograph or film art division to use as a sharp-end of poesy. Beget an art division of photography or cinematography orthodox by your disconnectedd art division. Videos should be no longer than 5 minutes and must be in MP4 format.

Part 2: Reflection
Write a cogitation about the interdependence betwixt your art beginningation and the poesy division. Include the aftercited in the cogitation Nursing Dissertation:

  • Introduction

  • Inspiration Piece
    • Include the poesy photograph or cinematography among the instrument. Use a with in the occurrence of cinematography.
    • Record the inscription, artist/director, year, and establish of beginning.
    • Briefly elucidate the setting of the poesy division.

  • Your Art Piece
    • Include your beginningal photograph among the instrument. If you disconnectedd cinematography, suggest as a disconnected smooth in the Art Creation Submission (Recordings) area aftercited this assignment.
    • Provide a inscription.
    • Explain the setting of your division.

  • Connection
    • Explain the thematic relation betwixt the two divisions.
    • How are they common and divergent?
    • Are they the similar average? How does the average contact what the viewer experiences?
    • For photography, how do the shapely elements of scheme collate to one another?

Original Artwork Requirements

  • Methods: photo or video
  • No computer-generated divisions

Writing Requirements (APA format)

  • Length: Minimum of 2 pages (not including inscription page, images, or references page)
  • 1-inch margins
  • Double spaced
  • 12-sharp-end Times New Roman font
  • Title page
  • References page (minimum of 1 literary fount)