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".© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 3:04 am ad1c9bdddf
As you create your own image of a woman after 1950, I think that a collage is the best medium since we cannot make a "one size fits all woman" because women's roles after 1950 are so complex.
As you make your collage, I'd like to honor the Guerilla Girls for the contribution to the theory of art and feminism that allowed women to transcend and showcase their truth, beauty, intellect, politics, ideas, and ideologies. Thus, I think ...
Women's life experiences after 1950 are brainstormed for an image creation.
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For the argumentative essay, you should:
Read Decision Scenario B on page 380 and choose 1 question at the end of the scenario. Write an argumentative essay in which you take a position on the question you have chosen and defend your position in the essay.
Be sure to use the proper format for the essay using the format below. Do not use other resources. Only the scenario. Use your own words. (no page limit, as least 6 paragraphs)
1. Thesis Statement. Take a definitive position on the issue or topic and develop a concise statement in which you clearly state your position and offer at least two reasons for the position you have taken.
2. Explain and defend your thesis by supporting each reason with evidence, examples, analogies, statistics, quotations, facts, testimonies, etc. from the text, lecture notes and other sources. Start a new paragraph for each reason you explain and defend - and be thorough.
3. Consider an objection to your argument and devote three or four sentences to explaining the objection in full. Be fair-minded and remain neutral - no straw men, no loaded language.
4. Reply specifically to the objection by offering additional support and evidence as to why your position is best.
5. Conclude the essay by (a) restating your thesis, using different words, and (b) summarizing your main points. As a bonus, you may offer a statement that explains the potential benefits of accepting your position, or alternatively you may ask an interesting question raised by accepting your position, or a concern raised by accepting your opponent's position.