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Dreamweavers

Hinabing Panaginip/ Dream Weavers Reaction Paper Hinabing Panaginip or Dream Weavers, a documentary video directed by Fruto Corre is about the life of the people from Northern Cotobato; the T’bolis. The whole process of making the old T’nalak; one of the most remarkable creations of the T’bolis, was presented in the video. The T’nalak fabric holds a very special place in T’boli culture. It is always present in really important turning points in a T’boli‘s life such as birth, marriage,…...

Summary Drawing The Color Line

“Sails furled, flag dropping at her rounded stern, she rode the tide in from the sea. She was a strange ship, indeed, by all accounts, a frightening ship, a ship of mystery.”(Pg. 23, J. Redding) Without knowing what was to come they looked at the ship with most likely a look of shock. Not knowing what was to come, ahead of their journey and with this beaut they might have thought no need to worry. But she was the beginning…...

?Analysis of Alice Walker’s The Color Purple

“No one is exempt from the possibility of a conscious connection to All That Is.” Alice Walker explores this quote through the story of Celie. Just like the color purple, the truth, no one is exempt from. No one can run away from the truth. It is inevitably inescapable. Starting off in a rather harsh setting, Celie starts off her story at the time she is raped for the first time by her own father. Rather straight forward, Walker captures…...

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Juno film

Juno The film I have chosen for this paper is the drama-comedy Juno directed by Jason Reirman. It is a domestic comedy with anarchic elements. In the film, you get to follow Juno MacGuff, a 16-years-old girl, as her life changes when she finds out that she is pregnant. It’s a realistic film told from Juno’s point of view. The film touches several controversial, populist themes, but manages to do so without being cliché. The most obvious being the teen…...

Color Guard Essay

When I first signed up for guard, I had no idea what I was getting myself into. But it became a passion, when I got off the floor after my first performance and felt that amazing feeling. It has made me so much more responsible and mature. A good leader has a great vision. They must have confidence in their leadership and must be able to use the authority they have. If the leader can’t handle his/her power, they shouldn’t…...

Run Lola Run Essay

A distinctively visual text aims to influence the way we discover and understand the images we see. Significantly altering the way we make understandings of the experiences that we encounter in the world. Techniques used to portray Distinctively visual are applied in the film ‘Run Lola Run’ directed by Tom Tykwer and the picture book ‘Red Tree’ written by Shaun Tan through the use of motifs, colours, lighting and reading paths. The use of these techniques help to highlight the…...

For Colored Girls

The movie for colored girls was made based on the novel which is also entitled for colored girls by Ntozake Shange, the movie express the struggles and obstacles that African America women face throughout their life. The movie reveals seven women who are brought together through their own troubles. The movie deals with love, abandonment, rape, and abortions; at the end of the film all seven women come together evoking the power of women hood amongst black African American females.…...

Life of Pi Analysis

A. Example one In the early phases of Life of Pi, Martel mentions a place that Pi and Ravi had gone to go to while on getaway. While looking aimlessly through the window, they discovered three hills. On top of one hill was a catholic church, another a Hindu temple, and the other a Muslim mosque. Each hill depicts each of the religions in Pi's intricate faith. The hills represent Pi's battles to understand each faith. Later, we learn that…...

Tessellation Patterns in Design

Tessellation Patterns are a way to express creativeness. A tessellation is a repeating pattern of shapes covering a plane without any gaps or overlaps. Choosing a pattern with triangles that are black and white was a way to express a pattern. There are so many different ways to create a tessellation pattern and use of transformation. Normally, tessellations are created using polygons, this one was created using triangles. Reflections occur across a line called the axis. To reflect a shape…...

Ramadan & Eternal Child - Irma Stern

Irma was interested with the Arab culture of East Africa and she regularly went to Zanzibar. Ramadan is thought about an essential painting in Irma's profession. She began illustrating appeal in the atmosphere of the painting, rather than the external image of the topic. This work reveals a senior Arabic guy sitting hunched over and hoping. We see how calm and serene the Islamic male stays despite the fact that he sit amidst the hustle and bustle of a busy…...

Art Analysis: Midsummer Night in Harlem, by Palmer Hayden

‘Midsummer Night in Harlem is an oil painting painted by Palmer Hayden. Palmer C. Hayden was an American painter who depicted African-American life as he saw it, especially during the Harlem Renaissance. The painting Midsummer Night in Harlem appears to depict African American people departing and relaxing after an evening at church in Harlem. This painting shows the energy and positive attitudes of the people through the use of vibrant colors and the happy expressions of the faces. The people…...

“Beguiling Lure “ by Isaac Talley

In this essay I will attempt to analyze the artwork named “Beguiling Lure “ by Isaac Talley , 2009. The medium of this artwork is acrylic and oil on canvas. The composition is simple with the main focus being a dangling object and a portrait of a single bird. The multi coloring of the background is bright and soft with dark and light hues. The artist was able to deliver the paint onto the canvas in different directions and angles…...

Essay On Green

If we judge the colour green from the colour psychology perspective, we learn that green balances the heart and emotions and thus create the equilibrium in heart and brain. From the meaning of colour perspective, green is the symbol of growth, colour of spring and symbolizes renewal and rebirth. It is the sanctuary away from the complexity and stresses of the modern lives and the tranquility of the calm, fresh and greener area. I have my wall painted in green…...

?Photosynthesis Lab Report Purpose

To research the effect of different wavelengths (colors) of light on plant growth during photosynthesis. Background Information: Photosynthesis is the process by which sunlight is captured by chloroplasts within plant cells and turned into energy. This energy is used to help the plant grow roots, leaves, flowers and fruit. Energy is required by living things to: change shape, transportation, movement, growth, reproduction, etc. Red and blue light have the greatest effect on plant growth after white light The main pigment…...

Pink color

Brighter pinks are youthful, fun, and exciting, while vibrant pinks have the same high energy as red; they are sensual and passionate without being too aggressive. Toning down the passion of red with the purity of white results in the softer pinks that are associated with romance and the blush of a young woman’s cheeks. It’s not surprising that when giving or receiving flowers, pink blossoms are a favorite. Pink is the color of happiness and is sometimes seen as…...

A Aay at The Beach

It was a hot, oppressive day and my friends and I decided that it was a virtuous day to go to the beach. I could see the Sun optimistic yellow pellet, blistering in the sky as we were on our way to the Newport Beach in Rhode Island. The open-air temperature was progressively starting to plunge down and the traffic lanes were starting to get narrower which was a sign that we were close to the beach. We parked our…...

Art history formal analysis Renoir luncheon of the boating party

The subject matter of the painting consists of a group of people assembled on an outside deck that has a wooden railing and a red and white striped canopy. The deck is surrounded by marsh grass and some trees with a river visible beyond them. Upon the river a few boats can be seen, one of them a sailboat. In the immediate foreground there’s a square table with a white tablecloth on which rests several empty wine glasses with apparent…...

Seeing a Color-Blind Future by Patricia J. Williams

Chapter 1: The Emperor's New Clothes In this chapter, Mrs. Williams explores society's failure to deal straightforwardly with the practice of exclusion. This is something that infects everyone, from the very old to the very young, and Mrs. Williams does a great job of pointing these things out. As I proceeded to read this piece, I found myself being able to relate and agree with a lot of the things Mrs. Williams spoke on. The truth of the matter is…...

An analysis of the Maya Angelou poem "To a man"

'To a man' is written by Maya Angelou, whose first novel was an autobiography of her varied life, (activist, singer, waitress, dancer etc.) called 'I know why the caged bird sings'. She has written two collections of prose, 'Wouldn't take nothing for my journey now' and 'Even the stars look lonesome'. Angelou has written several famous poems, including 'Still I rise' and 'On the pulse of the morning' for the inaugeration of President Clinton. Maya Angelou now has a lifetime…...

Color Imagery in Othello

Imagery, as defined by Webster's Dictionary, is the use of vivid figurative language to represent objects, actions, or ideas. In Othello, Shakespeare makes use of colors to represent ideas or to set the mood for the scenes taking place. The use of such color imagery enhances the play, causing the reader to look past the mere words and search for the deeper meaning behind the scenes. The predominant colors that Shakespeare makes use of are black and white; however, some…...

Genetics of Ascospore Color in Sordaria lab

Introduction: To achieve genetic experiments with haploid organisms, genetic strains of different genotypes must be crossed from one another. Following fertilization and meiosis, the meiotic products can be analyzed as the ascomycete fungus, Sordaria fimicola. Sordaria can be used as a model to study meiotic segregation. The trait followed was the ascospore color. Ascospore color is a single gene trait therefore it is easily observed under a light microspore. Which allele is dominant is very tough to say, because dominant…...

The Face Of War by Salvador Dali

This painting is a skull-like head surrounded by long hissing snakes. Each skeleton has a skeleton within it so the head has plenty of unlimited death. This is a sign of mass murders and prisoner-of-war camp. This painting was painted in the United States, where Dali was to live for 8 years and reach the peak of his worldly fame and success. Dali was a Spaniard born on 11 Might 1904 in the little village of Cadaques. Dali originated from…...

The Green Light In The Great Gatsby

The flashing light at the end of the dock across the water is first symbolically associated with Daisy. However, throughout the novel it gains new aspects and connotations, covering a full circle at the end of the novel. Throughout the novel the green light symbolizes various elements: Daisy's love, money, renewal, death, and American Dream. The green light is introduced in chapter one for the first time: He stretched out his arms toward the dark water in a curious way...…...

Analysis Of The Movie 'Pleasantville'

The film 'Pleasantville' is about two modern teenagers, David and his sister Jennifer, somehow being transported into the television, ending up in Pleasantville - a 1950s black and white sitcoms. David knows that they have to act like the 'real' characters as he definitely knows the world well, but soon he realises that it is impossible - that change is inevitable, which is the main theme of the movie. The two characters from the modern world have the role of…...

"The Great Gatsby" Color Analysis

Character Color Analysis"The Great Gatsby", written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, is discusses social classes, and focuses on the theme of a fading social order. This theme is shown in the relationships between the characters and undoubtedly in the characters themselves. Throughout the novel, Fitzgerald not only uses color symbolism to set the scenes and events, but he also uses it to present, describe, and shape every single character. Gatsby is one of these characters; his choices, decisions, ideas, and beliefs…...

Local Color In Huck Finn

Huckleberry Finn, a tale about a boy and his struggles with the society in which he lives, is written by Samuel L. Clemens. In the story, Huck manages to escape from the custody of Widow Douglas and travels down the river to a nearby island where he encounters Miss Watson's runaway slave, Jim. Together, they float down the Mississippi River, to find a new life, where they can live freely and easily. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is perhaps the…...

Sexism In The Color Purple

In The Color Purple, Alice Walker writes of a predominantly sexist setting through the frequent beating of women, the stereotypes cast upon people, and the thoughts and feelings of the Olinka peoples. The author writes about the common and frequent beating of Celie by her father as discipline and of Mr. _____ to present a sexist setting. To show the predominantly sexist setting, Alice Walker includes the stereotypes cast upon people such as Celie's wearing and making of pants and…...

Turning Point of My Life

Looking back on it, my life was pretty plain and clear. I have been living a simple and carefree life ever since I can remember thanks to the protection and cradling of my family, especially with the love from my father. I took everything for granted without realizing their importance. That was until 4 months ago when my father got a terrible disease called Stroke, he can leave the hospital now but he hasn’t fully recovered yet since then, and…...

Self and Identity in The Color Purple

In African-American texts, blacks are seen as struggling with the patriarchal worlds they live in order to achieve a sense of Self and Identity. The texts I have chosen illustrate the hazards of Western religion, Rape, Patriarchal Dominance and Colonial notions of white supremacy; an intend to show how the protagonists of Alice Walker's The Color Purple as well as Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye, cope with or crumble due to these issues in their struggle to find their identities.…...

A Visual Analysis of a World War II Poster

"Keep this Scary from Your House," an American propaganda poster produced throughout World War II, uses lots of visual and textual elements to encourage Americans to purchase war bonds by representing the Japanese as rapists. The author of the piece is unknown, however it is obvious that the creator of the poster carefully selects the color, patterns, scale, text, and representation of the piece to send a very strong social and political message. There is little doubt that the underlying…...

The Color of Innocence

In the context of "The Picture of Dorian Gray," one of the most noticeable and important motifs is that of the color white and its variants, including, but not limited to, pale and listless. The meaning of this color evolves as the novel progresses, changing in relation to Dorian's character. While the motif may never physically alter in appearance, it succeeds in reversing meaning completely, signifying the great contrast in Dorian's soul between the beginning of the novel and the…...

"The Color of Family Ties" by Naomi Gerstel and Natalia Sarksian

In the essay "The Color of Family Ties" by Naomi Gerstel and Natalia Sarksian, the authors assert that traditional nuclear families are not the only ones capable of supportive relationships and strong family connections. In the other hand, minority families also discover that their families illustrate the most supportive relationships and strongest family ties. According to Gerstel and Sarksian, they states "Black and Latino/a, especially Puerto Rican families are more disorganized than White families, and that their families ties are…...

"The weeping woman" by Picasso

The weeping woman portrays a woman who is in deep despair. Throughout the painting, we are able to see quite a lot of sharp edges and contrasting colours. The woman's black piercing eyes are wide-opened, her tears running down in clear drops, and she is biting a handkerchief which she grips tightly in her hands. Placed on the top of her head is a black, yellow and red hat with a blue flower on top. Her shattered image reminds us…...

World without colour

What would the world be like without the magic colors of a rainbow? What would the world be like if people weren't black, brown, yellow or white skinned? Would diversity exist without color? What would the world be like if we couldn't see the bright blue of the ocean or the sky? Would the horizon exist? Would we appreciate the beauty of a sunrise or a sunset? What would the world be like without the color of the flowers? Would…...

Flame test lab report

Intro: The flame test is a procedure used by chemists to identify the presence of specified metal ions, based on the color the flame that appears along with it when it's heated. Our flame test was in lab class, where the main aim was to tested different solid metals in the flame in order to observe the wide variety of colors those chemicals also sometimes compounds (by mixing them) they produced, the second one was to identify unknown metals based…...

Harmony in Color

"Colors seen together to produce a pleasing affective response are said to be in harmony" (Burchett 28). Burchett spearheaded an analysis of color theory in order to clarify and define the mystery of color and what draws man to colorful paintings, like a butterfly to a multicolored flower.  The systems of color that need to be rediscovered are found through several color systems, formulas, and principles forwarded by expert scientists who have probed into man’s tendency to be touched by…...

Rationale Childrens Book

Annie Makes a Mess of her New Red Dress sprouted from a seed of a few ideas about a little girl who receives a new dress and has trouble with it. The purpose of my children’s book is to communicate the different elements of life that small children love or hate such as birthday parties, lollies, balloons, parks and playgrounds. Another purpose is to educate children about overcoming adversity and the fact that it’s never as bad as they think.…...

Play Activity Assignment

This assignment is called Play activity. It is worth 30% of the overall grade of the module Early Childhood Education. As part of the assessment criteria of this assignment I must complete a play activity to a group o children aged between 0-6 years. WORK PLACE I have been starting to work in Creche X in Donnybrook area since two weeks ago (as a full time). I have been in a free trial, then part time till they decided I…...

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