transmedia adaptation

Introduce a transmedia work that belongs to the genre of the week fan video remakeSource text: Harry Potter booksTarget text: Harry potter fan remake  videos.(anyone from the link below)https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/13-harry-potter-fan-films-ranked3. Summarize and explain the similarities and differences between the source text and target text in terms of narrative plot and visuality, and...
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transmedia adaptation

Introduce a transmedia work that belongs to the genre of the week fan video remakeSource text: Harry Potter booksTarget text: Harry potter fan remake  videos.(anyone from the link below)https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/13-harry-potter-fan-films-ranked3. Summarize and explain the similarities and differences between the source text and target text in terms of narrative plot and visuality, and...
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transmedia adaptation

Introduce a transmedia work that belongs to the genre of the week fan video remakeSource text: Harry Potter booksTarget text: Harry potter fan remake  videos.(anyone from the link below)https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/13-harry-potter-fan-films-ranked3. Summarize and explain the similarities and differences between the source text and target text in terms of narrative plot and visuality, and...
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Picassos Guernica

This week you are asked to consider Pablo Picasso's painting Guernica. Give three reasons why you do or do not believe this painting has been a successful form of public political protest. You may consider questions like "Would I even call this a protest? What was its original purpose? What has it achieved over the years? What could be a more successful form of protest? Does the painting speak to...
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Political Abstraction

How are contemporary artists engaging with abstraction (non-objective art) and modernism? Step 1:See these videos and take notes on these artists different views on abstraction, its legacy in the 21st century, and how abstraction can be political.Julie Mehretu, (09: 54 minutes)Mark Bradford, (14 minutes, up till the shot)(d/collage is a term we will explore in the next class just in case you are...
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Manifestos

Create your own manifesto.Step 1.Watch the movie, Manifesto on Kanopy.To access: Go to the BMCC library webpage (upper right bar on the first page when entering bmcc.edu). Then click on Databases (complete list of databases) and go to the letter K to search for Kanopy. You will be asked to type your BMCC address and password, to get access. Once in Kanopy, search for the movie Manifesto (produced...
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compare and contrast

comparing thoseneighborhoods with the one her/his group researched. In particular, these essays will comparing theneighborhoods as places for children to grow up, in terms of the variables studied during the semester.All statements in the essay must be supported by data. Where possible, students should frame theiressays as upholding or critiquing theoretical viewpoints explored during the...
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Compare and Contrast

"The Formal Museum Paper is five page compare and contrast essay of two artworks at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Observing the primary sources, the student will complete a description and analysis of the historical movements connected to the chosen artworks.  Successful papers will name and classify the artworks and display an understanding of the artistic production within the...
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Any topic (writer’s choice)

For this specific assignment you will be watching an artist lecture by Tania Bruguera which she delivered in August of 2019 at the Monash University Museum of Art in Melbourne, Australia as the Keynote Address of their two day symposium titled Lets Go Outside: Making Art Public. Bruguera is a politically motivated performance artist from Cuba whose work blurs the lines between civic and creative...
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