Reflecting on what you have read about women's life experiences after 1950, create an image to portray a woman after 1950. This image can be realistic or abstract. Be creative and thoughtful.
Please describe any particular reading or class discussion topic inspiring your creative work?
Please utilize at least one of the below books:
1. Sarah B. Pomeroy. Goddesses, Whores, Wives, and Slaves: Women in Classical Antiquity.
2. Elizabeth Wayland Barber. Women's Work: The First 20,000 Years: Women, Cloth, and Society in Early Times.
3. Whitney Chadwick . Women, Art, and Society .
4. Susan J. Douglas . Where the Girls Are: Growing Up Female With the Mass Media.
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You might remark how this art explores the satire and irony associated with issues from your readings. As you describe the creative and thinking process you've experienced when choosing your image, you might trace how your selection might be based on a synthesis of classroom theories and readings.
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Image of a woman after 1950
I need to create an image of a woman. Reflecting on what you have read about women's life experiences after 1950, create an image to portray a woman after 1950. The image can be produced in many different forms, from two dimensional painting, photo, and collage, three dimensional clay or mix-media sculpture, to four dimensional cyber art and video games. This image can be realistic or abstract. Be creative and thoughtful. A simple line drawing, a collage, or a photo as shown above can be artful and meaningful.
Describe what your image is about. Describe the creative and thinking process you've experienced when creating your image. Are there any particular reading or class discussion topic inspiring your creative work? Raise a few questions to help others explore with you the meaning of your "creative work".View Full Posting Details