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A Critique Of Jean-michel Basquiat’s Paintings

Jean Michel Basquiat’s artwork was created using a consistent technique. Every piece of art he created seemed to be the same. In the majority of the paintings he did, he used the same skeleton-like face to represent human faces. His work is like colorful and detailed graffiti sold for millions. Some say he’s untalented, repetitive, and his work is without message. Others think he is a gifted artist who uses his past to inspire his work.

His art is not worth millions of dollars to some critics. Hilton Kramer claims, “He used his youth and looks, along with his skin tone and abundance of sexual appeal, in order to gain overnight fame, which ultimately proved to be the end of him”. She believes that Basquiat only became famous because he attracted the attention and admiration of Andy Warhol. Warhol was always on the search for new collaborators. Priscilla frank, on the contrary, could not imagine a man more talented, passionate or mercurial than Jean Michel Basquiat. Frank, however, believed Basquiats paintings were more than “scribbles” and “daubs”. Kramer, on the contrary, thought Basquiats artwork was “daubs”.

Basquiats “Untitled Boxer” is a picture of a man in black with broad shoulders. A thin hip. Boxing gloves. Big helmet. White background. Random colored lines. He seems to have been doodling on a sheet of paper, yet the result is spectacular. This painting is so complex that one can spend hours studying it. Although it doesn’t look like the painting is telling a narrative, it’s easy to imagine one. It appears that he often does that with his art.

In his “Ashes” piece, the artist shows a man wearing a prisoner outfit with “101490”, holding an ash barrel, random letters above the mans head, and a ladder that looks like it has random lines. Again, the face looks like that of a dead skeleton. This artwork is difficult to understand. It’s so fascinating that you can look at the various pieces and make your own meaning. Basquiats aim seemed to have been that. Maybe with motivations from his life, Basquiat arranged unrelated parts of his work but left it to the viewer, who was to give the final meaning to the whole.

Jennifer Clement claims that Basquiats painting “Untitled(Boxer)”, resembles his liking for people of all colors and sizes, so long they are intelligent. She said, “They can be girls or boys, fat or thin, beautiful, ugly, they don’t care. I believe it was intelligence that drove the decision. The person in the painting has broad shoulders but a thin waist and skinny arms. This represents the meaninglessness of size. The large helmet that appeared on the top could be seen as a brain representing intelligence. The painting is also a mix of many colors to represent diversity.

Basquiat’s “Untitled(Two Heads) on Gold” depicts what appear to be two sticks figures, again with skeleton-like faces. One figure has a dark backdrop, while the other one has a bright background. They both have what appears to a be a band with long material pieces attached. Clement believes that Basquiat wanted to convey how “made he was for the dark, like an ole”. At night he becomes a magician. The sun and daylight are painful, but the darkness is soothing. He crawls into his shadow in daylight. Clement concluded that Basquiat’s art was telling a story. However, Nadiah Fellah had a different idea. She thought Basquiat had used his “idiosyncratic locks” to signify empowerment because they resembled the crowns which would appear repeatedly in Basquiat’s work. She said, “It served Basquiat’s dual purpose in that it alluded the majestic and monarchly qualities which he attributes to himself”(Fellah). Basquiat is a work of art that both critics admire, but each interprets it differently.

Clement, Fellah and others praised Basquiat and his work. However, some people still thought he “ignorant” about art (Kramer). Kramer did not see a message or value in Basquiat’s work. Kramer believed Basquiat’s paintings were only distinguished by his ability to “apply its primitive signs and symbolism to a painted canvas as opposed to defacing public structures” (Kramer).

Viewers created their own theories when viewing a painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat. In naming certain of his paintings “Untitled”, he seems to have wanted viewers not to be directed in a particular way when criticizing his work. He wanted viewers’ own messages and thoughts to come up with the final painting.

Movie Review ‘Last Samurai’

Even if the production is loosely inspired by a period of history, it can be difficult to design and write. It is expected and responsible that the history of a period in history be told with respect, while also taking into consideration the different ethnic and cultural groups involved, particularly if it is being interpreted or retold from the perspective of an outsider. The Last Samurai’s (2003) portrayal of Samurai warriors, the distortion of Satsuma revolt, and its hyper-Americanized perspective simplifies and misrepresents an important period of Japanese history. The film portrayed Samurai as highly traditional warriors with little use of modern technology. But in fact, they used modern weapons including firearms. And their motivation to rebel was the same as before, which is power.

The Last Samurai is a film directed by Edward Zwick that was broadcast in Canada in 2003. Filmed in many countries, including Japan and New Zealand. The film is set in 1870s. Captain Nathan Algren is introduced as a Civil War veteran who is desperately looking for a job after his traumatizing experiences. The Americans hire him to train peasants in modern warfare with foreign firearms for the Imperial Army. Omura cabinet is the Imperial representative’s priority. They are trying to put down a Samurai Rebellion. Samurai remain loyal to ancient dynasties, but they reject Westernization and modern weaponry. Captian. Algren’s poorly-prepared modernized forces are smashed by the Samurai warriors in their first battle. Algren, however, convinces Katsumoto of his courage by displaying a brave attitude. As he recovers, he begins to appreciate and understand the Samurai’s way of life and joins Katsumoto as a partner in the effort to save Bushido within Japan. In the end, Captain Algren honors his Samurai partners and dies with them in true Samurai honour. Ultimately, the timid Meiji emporer dismisses Omura as well as any assistance from the Americans. He does this to restore Samurai tradition and help Japan learn and embrace their roots.

First, the depiction of Samurai in the film was inaccurate. Their weapons, clothing, and other aspects were all misrepresented. The Samurai was completely misrepresented as a backward agriculturalists who held deep-rooted values. They are actually the ones who placed the Meiji Emperor in power and then occupied the vast majority of government positions. The majority of samurai tended to live in big cities, although some Satsuma Satsumas were among the very few that lived on the countryside, and even farmed. The mountains were almost never a choice for most people. A major difference between the film and the real life Samurai is their clothing. The armour the characters wore while fighting in the film is very impressive. It adds to an impressive scene that helps contribute to a battle later against the Imperial army. In reality, the Samurai-style armour was not used because it could not withstand industrial bullets. Saigo Takomori, on whom Katsumoto’s character was based, actually wore an Imperial officer uniform in a number combats during the rebellion.

The film distorted the Satsuma Rebellion, the true motives of Samurai as well the Meiji Restoration Movement. The film distorted the real-life Satsuma rebellion, the true motivations of the Samurai and the overall Meiji restoration movement. In addition, the film simplifies the Satsuma Rebellion and the Meiji restoration, because in reality, many Meiji advisors were ex-samurai that had given up their ancestral priviledges to support a policy they thought would strengthen Japan. The film fails to portray that many samurai were against Meiji modernization because they felt it undermined their position as the elite warrior class. The film failed to convey the fact that the samurai believed in their superiority in terms of morals, were unwilling to give up the privilege of serving their nation and had a strong attachment to their past. The film also did not distinguish between the samurai’s clan and their actual class. This was important because many of Japan’s ruling classes, including the modern Japanese antagonists who are portrayed by the film as the villains, were once samurai. However, they chose to give up their privileges as aristocrats. Many samurai were relieved that they no longer had to adhere to the strict samurai rules.

The film’s overall perspective was heavily influenced by American culture and it seemed that the Westerner had a biased view of the story. The first is the Americanization of Representative Omura. He is shown to be a villain because he wears a belt, smokes and behaves like a capitalist. In addition, during the Satsuma revolution and the period the movie is set, the United States did not have a high status as a global power. After its emergence, the US spent considerable time harvesting and exploitation resources such as cotton all over the world. This film takes place in a time where America was not able to send troops into Japan or engage in any type of conflict. Tomomi Katsuta commented in the Mainichi Shinbun Newspaper that the film was not an accurate portrayal of the history of the Samurai. Instead, it was a story about a more ‘Americanized.’

The Last Samurai tells an inaccurate story about this battle from the perspective of a westernized American. Even if the film was not intended to be a direct account of the events, this distortion can still be a problem. This is because it should be treated with respect, especially for those who were directly affected.

Importance Of Color In All Spheres Of Our Life

It is important to use color when communicating a message. Color draws attention, sets a tone, and directs the eye in the right direction. Color gives people an idea of what to expect and how they can get there. Colors can make clothes appear warmer or cooler, brighter or drabber, and create the illusion of being taller or shorter. It can enhance or minimize your features. It is said that colors have emotional resonance. We feel an emotional reaction to a particular color when we see it.

Color is something that other people immediately notice, and it has a long-lasting impact. Fashion colors can be a reflection of our personality and image. The color of your clothing can affect others within a second. Different colors can have a different effect on people. They may feel the influence of their home, blood pressure or body temperature. Color can affect your perceived weight, shape and personality.

DesignWe all know that it’s easy to pick a color you like and then move on with the design. After all, it’s not just about how the design “looks”. There are also other aspects to take into consideration, including photos, content and layout. Colors can have a strong impact on our emotions and are memorable. They’re a great marketing tool. Your design should be meaningful and purposeful. Colors should be chosen to reflect your message about the upcoming product, event or business. The print medium and size are also very important. They will determine how people perceive the piece and what they notice. When it comes to large-format printing, color is key because it’s what attracts the eye. You may be tempted to use your favorite colors when designing your marketing materials, but it is important to keep in mind your audience.

What colors attracts their attention?

What color represents your message best?

What colour is consistently associated with your brand?

Red is a powerful color that can be used to express passion, anger, danger, excitement, aggression, aggressiveness, vibration, and power. A color that is widely used to express emotions. It is the most visible and vibrant color, and it generates excitement, enthusiasm, confidence, and attraction. It is a physical color that inspires passion, energy and vitality.

Blue – peaceful, calm, restful, serene, tranquil, sad, depressed, formal. Most people like this color. This color is opposite in emotion to yellow and red. It creates a relaxed and calm feeling. This color is refreshing, and ideal for wearing during the day. Summer skies and oceans are often associated with calmness and affection. They also inspire idealism and creativity[5].

Yellow is a color of sunshine, warmth, prosperity, cowardice and deceit. Casual fashion is often dominated by this color. It is similar to red in that it attracts and excites. It is more playful. The group is usually cheered up by the changes in the wearer. Those who embrace change are usually fond of it. Sunshine is often associated to joy, vitality and optimism[5].

White is a color of innocence, youth, loyalty, and peace. Fashionable, neutral and light. This color goes with every shade. Choose a color that is suitable for summer. It is a must-have in any wardrobe. It goes with any bottom; a pair khaki jeans or jeans in any other color. A bright colored skirt will also go well. Associated with purity and cleanliness, innocence and gentility. White conveys a feeling of openness and freedom[7].

Black is a mysterious color. It can be described as sombre, grave, tragic, dignified. Fashionable color. Trendy and stylish. Good choice for bottoms. It is the opposite of white and matches any top. This color is popular for tops because it makes the wearer look slimmer. The color gives a sense of depth and perspective. It is a color that symbolizes refinement and elegance.

Three types of color are used to produce a new shade:

– Primary Color*

– Secondary Color*

– Tertiary colour

Primary colors are fundamental colors that make up the entire spectrum. Primary colors can be different depending on how you approach them. Color printing’s primary color is different than those of the spectrum. They are: Red, Yellow, and Blue. The distance between the primary colors on the colorwheel is equal. These colors cannot be combined with any other color.

Mixing two primary colors will produce secondary colors. Secondary colors require equal amounts of both primary and secondary colors. These colors will vary depending on your approach, just like primary colors. But this guide will help you to be consistent. This model allows us to find that purple is a combination blue and red, and orange is a mixture yellow and blue.

Tertiary shades are produced by mixing two primary colors. This is a mix of primary colors where one color dominates the other. Six tertiary color variations are available. Vermilion combines orange and red. Magenta combines purple with red. Violet combines blue with purple. Teal fuses green with blue. Amber fuses yellow with orange.

Analysis Of Pablo Picasso’s Artwork ‘The Weeping Woman’

The painting “The Weeping Woman”, by Pablo Picasso, has been the one that I have most influenced my own work and thought process. Picasso is someone I have studied all my life and who has had a great influence on many. Picasso used many styles and techniques throughout his life, but “The Weeping Woman”, with its abstract nature and deep meaning is what I find most inspiring.

After the Spanish War, Picasso began to see more of his wife’s emotions. To express his wife’s extreme depression, he created a cubical image that looked like her. Picasso was a seminal Spanish artist who pioneered cubism. His 1937 painting, located in France, furthered the art form for his time. The information is relevant to the content. The title “The Wailing Woman” is a reference to Picasso’s weeping, depressed wife. The painting depicts Picasso’s view on his wife’s difficult life, as seen by him. This allows an interpreter to experience the world through Picasso. The silent protest that the painting made against the bombings of Guernica was its deepest meaning. The pain of his wife is shown through a lens everyone can feel. This painting is emphasized by the woman’s eyes as well as her cheeks. A single tear angled at an angle is what really attracts the viewers attention. Picasso wanted to create a sad image, so he added a lot of emphasis that goes beyond cubism. Cubism may not be realistic, but its meaning is.

It is subjective in that it does not focus on the foreground or background, but only a closeup shot of a woman with a bright, faint background. In the areas of color, there are unique hues, like the hat of the woman in the background and the dress of the woman in the foreground. But, the focal point of the painting lies in the center and is dominated by cubism. The image is arranged in a cubist style, which combines every facet of a woman and any possible recognition in an incredibly bright style. The woman’s dress or hair are all dark, but the main focus of the image is a vibrant and bright style. Each description will have a different form of the art work as it is abstract. Picasso’s large artwork uses vibrant colors in the center and darker shades around the details. This is to bring attention to the sad scenes depicted. The painting contains many shapes including triangles. octagons. squares. The flat surface creates an illusion of two-dimensionality, with the shapes falling down to form a cube masterpiece. The textures of thick, flat, and sharp are all present in the painting. These textures change from one side to another, from smooth to sharp to thick.

Picasso used different colors and brushes to achieve the cubic style that he desired. This painting has a very sad, sorrowful mood. It can be interpreted in many ways. Picasso used medium colors, cubic technique and a blue center to highlight the depression period of Picasso’s paintings. This painting has influenced me because Picasso’s realistic meanings and style create a vibrant mix of feelings in the interpreter. His artwork communicates ideas and thoughts in different ways, and I believe that this has influenced me to a great extent. Picasso taught me how to paint moods, settings and emotions better than before. This painting was the one that inspired me.

Picasso’s works have influenced many people and he was one of those most influential artists in the 1900s. The moods that his paintings created inspired me and I felt compelled to create work that expressed my emotions and feelings. The art of that time would have been very different if this piece did not show such sadness and depression.

Edvard Munch And His Work ‘the Scream’

A masterpiece may be an outstanding painting, film or piece of literature. A masterpiece is an artwork that embodies all the goals of an author, painter or other artist. It is something of exceptional quality. The Scream can be considered Edvard Much’s most important work. The Scream is a world-famous work of art. The beauty of a work of art is not always important as long as its meaning, emotion or idea can be evoked by the viewer.

Edvard munch is considered the founder of modern expressionist painting. Munch used the artistic skills he had to express what he felt about social change. Edvard was frequently sick, as his mother died at age five, and his older sister also died from a disease when she was fifteen. In addition, his youngest sister was diagnosed as having a mental disease at a very young age. In a childhood marked by death and illness, painting and illustrating was his way to express himself.

Munch’s ability to portray a raw and profound emotion onto canvas was so amazing that he received negative criticism from his father and the media. Even though many of Munch’s paintings are not considered beautiful by some, I consider them masterpieces because they show his emotions. Many of his works, such as The Scream convey a clear message. Edvard Much was a rebel. It was his unconventional approach to art that made him one the worlds best-known artists. Paintings can sell for millions.

Edvard Munch’s most famous work is ‘The Scream.’ It can also be called “The Cry”. This painting features a bizarre character who is holding his mouth and eyes wide open while screaming in fear from a bridge. Behind him, two people are walking the other way. They seem unaware or unconcerned by the screaming figure in front of them. The screaming character seems to be going through a conflict within himself and under pressure. Munch said that “The Scream’s” inspiration was autobiographical. Munch’s most famous work is known for its symbolism. This is why I think The Scream, a painting by Edvard Munch, is a masterpiece. It reflects Edvard Munch emotions. The definition of an agonized soul, he was.

Munch was prone to anxiety and panic. Panic attacks are sudden, overwhelming feelings of fear and anxiety. Munch was known for his use of anxiety in his art. It is no surprise that this painting has a haunting mood. Munch uses colors that are similar, like oranges and reds, or yellows and greens. But the painting has a muddy look, giving off gloomy and dark feelings. The colors next to each on the wheel of color are analogous. They are usually soothing colors. Oil paint’s dense brushstrokes create the illusion of movement blurring, as if the world were whirling about the figure. The water and land are difficult to distinguish. Munch used atmospheric perspective in his paintings to create an illusion of depth. The technique of atmospheric perspective is used to create the illusion that objects are farther away. They appear lighter and less detailed. Munch was a brilliant artist of his day and The Scream is a captivating piece.

Mackenzie Hall: A Field Report

This report was based on the Mackenzie Hall at 3277 Sandwich Street, Windsor. Alexander Mackenzie, later Prime Minister of Canada, built the Hall in 1855. This is one of Windsor’s oldest places. It was originally a jail and courthouse, but is now used for a variety of cultural activities. It has been used in many different ways over the years, earning it the title of heritage building.

The Hall’s exterior is composed of sandstones and rough limestone. It features a symmetrical front and Palladian-style entrance. The building has long semicircular windows with plain glass, which suggests that it was designed in the Renaissance Revival architectural style. It is adorned with heavy wooden cornices, which adds to the overall style. Spring Hurlbut’s sculpture has given the Vinculum column support a more artistic appearance. The furniture was well organized, consisting of wooden single seats for the audience as well as a table with a chair and stools for the judges. On one wall of the room, there were two glass cabinets that contained memorabilia. The other walls featured portraits of former judges and Queen Elizabeth. The court was equipped with a small library that contained maps and books. The courtroom looked attractive with the ceiling carved in a way that lights were suspended. The wall leading to the washrooms is made of brick, and the Gibbet hung between two doors gives it a unique look.

The sculpture used to decorate the chandelier on the second-floor stairway was a fabric painted by Robin Morey called Athena. The first-floor of the Hall was old-fashioned, but the second-floor had modern elements. The Hall has two auditoriums. It also includes washrooms.

Since its founding, the Mackenzie Hall was a part many historical events. It was initially used as the County Court, but then became the county HQ. Friends of the Court, a group formed to protect the Hall’s importance, was created. The City of Windsor later bought it, and a major restoration was undertaken. The building is now used as a center of culture for the city. The Ontario Heritage Act has recognized its significance and given it a heritage designation.

Creativity And Innovation In Our World

Table of Contents

This is an introduction.



In summary,

You can hear the words creativity and innovations in media and everyday life. Conversation can be used both as a term for a human-made product or to describe the strategies employed to improve a certain product. In the preface, we have two examples. We tend to focus on the second meaning, while other research focuses on the difference between products after they are produced. Innovation is what makes a business successful.

The new style of business behaviour is a way to be comfortable with risk and new ideas. According to fortune’s “Americas best-loved companies”, innovative firms don’t simply pour money into R. & D. Rather their corporate behavior is more relaxed and open to risk, new ideas, and change.

It is important to understand that creativity is a trait available to everyone. According to research, everyone is creative. But it’s been suppressed due to Freud’s idea that artistry and imagination are connected with mental disorders and the scientific emphasis of materialism. A creative environment is more than just intrinsic rewards.

Rethinking organizational design is necessary. We made businesses fit Newtonian models by putting duties in features and humans in roles with boundaries. In a new organization, the leadership is in facilitating values. This facilitatorship needs to be situated in a relationship-based environment, where information, ideas and ownership are freely shared. To solve creative problems, facilitation and collaboration are key. In order to transform an enterprise from a merely conventional one into a truly revolutionary business, it is essential that creative problem solving be used.

Leadership that is creative should foster good relationships within organizations in order to increase profits through innovation. It is now clear that creativeness is not just a quality for the geniuses. The right environment can help everyone tap into their special knowledge and experience. This environment needs to be free-flowing and nonjudgmental in order to break through mental blocks that humans discovered as young children. These blocks are associated with the possibility of making a mistake.

IntroductionCreativity is marked by means of the capability to create, deliver into existence, to invent into a new form, to produce through ingenious skill to make to convey into existence something new Creativity is not ability to create out of nothing (only God can do that), but the ability to generate new ideas via combining, changing, or reapplying existing ideas.

Some ideas that are creative are brilliant and some are just simple, but realistic. No one seems to have thought of them yet. (Harris, 1998). The reader is no exception. It’s important to realize that everyone has a good-sized capacity for innovation. It is time to get curious. Something new will come out of the system. Go ahead and explore it today. Tomorrow, you will have a unique personality. Creativeness is a mindset that allows for newness and exchange, an open mind, and flexibility.

A person with a sense of innovation will realize there are alternative options like peanut-butter and banana sandwiches, chocolate-covered raisins or other possibilities. According to Harris (1998), ___________________________________. It is the ability to solve problems with the help of reasoning and imagination. It is an exercise in the search for answers to life’s most difficult questions. The challenges that man faces are not static in this dynamic world. They are constantly changing and require an innovative and creative approach.

Some people associate insight with creativity, believing that the latter is brought about by using metaphors or ideas from different disciplines. Archimedes provides a standard example. While bathing, he discovered that his irregularly formed physique displaced water in a measureable volume. He then used this principle to calculate the irregular quantity of gold inside the king’s crown. Entrepreneurs are bold and creative, but circumstances motivate creativity. Thompson (2001) discussed the importance of… Entrepreneurial activity depends on innovation, not just creativity.

FocusCreativity, like any other process, is also a constant effort. The creative person works hard and continuously to improve his or her ideas, and to refine their work. Contrary to popular belief, few innovative ideas are born from a flash of inspiration or a frenzy. It is more accurate to tell the story of the groups that had to steal the inventions from their inventors in order to sell them, because they would have saved the inventor the time and effort spent on tweaking the product.

When a product is both “novel” AND “appropriate”, it is considered creative. Novel products are not predictable and original. The product’s creativity increases the more the product stimulates and reflects other ideals. Passion and commitment are required for creativity. Symbols and myths are created from the innovative. It reveals what was hidden in the past and points us to a better future. The experience is one of heightened consciousness-ecstasy”, the celebrated discoveries of man are not accidents the Bill Gate and the computer, Graham Bell and the telephone, Michael Faraday and electricity, Isaac Newton and physical regulation of science, the Wight brothers and Aeroplane. There are many more. As you begin to

“Ponder where you are going so that your entire route can be determined.”

Innovation is a system that brings exceptional ideas into reality. This triggers an idea for innovation, which then leads to a number of modern events. Innovation is about introducing a new concept. Innovation is the way in which new ideas become new value. Creativity is essential to innovation. Innovation is a method that transforms knowledge and thoughts into new values. Innovation is the process of combining thoughts and knowledge into new value. Statistics gathered through new connections, insights gained from travels to different places or disciplines, active and collegial networks as well as fluid boundaries are all factors that encourage innovation. The innovation comes from organizing exchange circles, where information is not just stored or accumulated, but also created. The new knowledge is created by connections that were not previously there. According to Wheatley (1994), ____. It is important to have a clean approach to things and people.

Innovation is not achieved until the idea has been widely adopted by people and integrated into their daily lives. Art Fry says that most people resist change. So, a crucial part of innovation is to convince others of your idea’s validity. This can be done by enlisting the help of other people and helping them understand its usefulness.

What separates them? Entrepreneurs are those who can maximize their innate abilities and boost an independent character. She/he embarks on a voyage to create value by assembling a unique collection of resources.

It is possible to start, dare, act, achieve and construct an enterprise from almost nothing. They believe that their product or service is unique. For them, life will be a fantasy unless they can achieve their dreams.

Entrepreneurs are defined as humans who possess the ability to recognize and act on business opportunities. They also have the capacity to gather resources and initiate the appropriate actions necessary to achieve success. Meredith and others (1991). He is an entrepreneur, a person who accepts risk, takes risks on their own, sticks to his or herself, and by using wit and dedication, as well as a single-minded purpose, creates new businesses and industries. Innovation is the process of improving competitive advantage. This is what makes entrepreneurship possible. Entrepreneurs are “dreamers” who accept responsibility for innovation. Innovation is what differentiates entrepreneurs from other people. To be considered entrepreneurial, the innovation must extend competition through efforts to rejuvenate, renew, and redefine organizations, their markets, or industries.

The program provides valuable tools and skills to young people across the state to help them create a prosperous and sustainable future for their families and communities. Entrepreneurship is an individual’s desire to explore investment opportunities, start a company, and successfully run it. The idea of entrepreneurship is associated with a variety of things that are related to the establishment and operation of commercial enterprises. Stevenson (1985), defines entrepreneurialism as a method of maximizing an opportunity by assembling unique assets. Entrepreneurship is a skill that allows you to build and create something out of nothing. It involves initiating, performing, achieving and building an enterprise.

ReflectionThinking begins with a conversation you have with yourself. It is important to come to a firm conclusion about the steps and strategies you should take. For your own benefit, always keep paper and a pen handy. It reveals every illusion around you. Entrepreneurs thrive on a mix of creativity, irrationality and passion. This is why they are so successful and have made such a huge contribution. Their leadership and visionary qualities make them human giants.

Creativity rarely happens in a flash: it takes time to develop a process, even when it appears chaotic. It begins by recognizing a problem, or anticipating an opportunity. After analyzing and evaluating the current situation, possible new combinations are then aired.

ConclusionSuccessful Entrepreneurs require a mix of innovative concepts and optimal execution abilities. A technique or innovation that changes the existing order could also be part of an entrepreneur’s creative thinking. Entrepreneurs can also have an individualized perception of the outcome or direction of a change. Entrepreneurship is what drives innovation and creativity. Entrepreneurship and innovation work together to bring new products to market. Entrepreneurship is all about innovation, which is the improvement of the aggressive side.

Entrepreneurship is all about creativity and innovation. It may be a desire to alter the operation of things or perform a special task to help an entrepreneur create a unique product. Thus the price of creativity and innovation is to furnish a gateway for astute entrepreneurship–actively looking for possibilities to do new things, to do existing matters in remarkable ways. Creativity is the engine that drives brilliant entrepreneurship. It helps companies move in new directions, dictated by consumer and market preferences. Innovation can also be defined as a way to anticipate the demands of the marketplace, offer more products and services, organise efficiently, collect data, and keep costs in check.

A Reflection On Visiting The Islamic Calligraphy Exhibition At The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has over 2 million pieces of artwork in its 2.2 million-square-foot space. Met was originally not so big, but as more and more art work was added, various additions were made to the museum. The Met Museum was founded in the year 1870 by businessmen and artists. The Met’s mission was to teach the American people about art. The Metropolitan Museum is home to many collections, including those on London firearms. This essay will focus on the collection that features writing and pictures in Islamic Calligraphy. Calligraphy, also known as written art, is composed lettering using a broad-tipped brush or other writing tools. Many people are intrigued by the calligraphy and images in this collection. Calligraphy is derived from the Greek word kallos which means beauty. The Met Museum reflects this beauty. Calligraphy is an important part of Islamic culture. It is also a key element in Islamic art. The Qur’an – the central religious text for Islam – is seen by Muslims as a revelation of God. The Qur’an is written in Arabic Calligraphy, which is a form of art. In calligraphy, a word can look like a series of brush strokes. Or if you write merely a letter it will appear like tangled knots. In Islamic art, patterns of plants are considered decorative. In the Islamic culture, calligraphy enhances architecture, everyday objects and other items. Islam is the only religion that has such a creative, decorative writing style.

Since April 8, 2019, the Metropolitan Museum’s Islamic calligraphy exhibit has featured about 40 beautiful calligraphy-based attractions. The Met’s objects show the combination between writing and drawing in Islamic calligraphy. The Metropolitan Museum houses works of art that date from the ninth-century to the present. These include ceramic arts, metalwork, Qur’an artwork, and paperwritten calligraphy. The Metropolitan Museum has a collection of contemporary work from artists in Turkey, Pakistan, and Iran. These are countries that rely heavily on the written word as their main artistic medium. Islamic calligraphy began in the 7thcentury when the Qur’an was written. Kufic calligraphy is named after the city of southern Iraq. Calligraphy was then a popular form of decorative and creative art. The Islamic collection has impacted the museum. The collections show the interconnectedness and diversity of the cultures. The art gives visitors a chance explore rich Islamic culture and its artistic abilities. With more knowledge, the Metropolitan Museum grows and becomes more popular. The Islamic Calligraphy Collection has made an impression on museum visitors. The collection gives the visitors an idea of what calligraphy can be. Visitors are attracted to the beauty, sophistication, and uniqueness of Islamic calligraphy. Islamic calligraphy influences different cultures to be more creative. Islamic art was a part of a cultural exchange that brought in new art styles. Calligraphy is a very popular style in many schools. Not because I am a Muslim, but because the calligraphy that is used by Muslims as their art form fascinates me. My Quran contains Arabic calligraphy. I didn’t know I was reading art nearly every other day.

The first time I walked into the Metropolitan Museum it seemed like a big building full of people. After spending the day in Central Park across the road, I decided that I’d explore the museum. After walking in and looking at the various collections, I noticed the Islamic art collection to my left. When I went to see it, I saw the first piece, a pink page ripped from a Qur’an. I was sure I’d seen this before. I was able to read it with ease and thought it was fascinating, because it is rare that you see Qur’ans in such different colors or so old. The Islamic calligraphy I hadn’t known existed was in fact art. When I went through the entire Islamic Collection, I found that everything was absolutely unique. I had never seen anything like it before. My sisters came along with me because I was so amazed. Mosque Lamp from the Mausoleum Amir Aydakin al-‘Ala’i al-Bunduqdar. The light-brownish shade of the lamp was created in Cairo, after 1285. I was drawn to the way this piece of art is constructed. There is an Arabic calligraphy bow in the center. I know how to read Arabic, but don’t understand the meaning of what I am reading. I asked someone for help. Writings on the lamp reveal that it was ordered by Aidakin’s mausoleum – a Cairo building. A prayer mat, a carpet made of wool, was another important piece. The calligraphy, which is a form of pseudo-kufic calligraphy, was written all around the carpet. The designer originally intended to have Arabic calligraphy written on all four border lines, but he realized that this would make the Arabic writing difficult to read. He blurred the calligraphy so it appeared illegible. I am able to read Arabic on the other three borders. The Met’s Islamic Calligraphy Collection is very beautiful.

The artifacts in The Metropolitan Museum’s Islamic collection have provenances from countries all over the globe. Asadullah Shrazi is the artist who created Album Leaf With Calligraphic Exercice. He wrote even a book of practice pages for calligraphers to improve their hand strength and discipline. ‘Abd al-Qadir Hisari was the creator of the Prayer Book. He is known for creating “calligrams as well as pictorial and calligraphic compositions”. Calligraphic Galleon also exists in his collection. The image is of a ship with the names “Seven Sleepers and Their Dog” written in Islamic calligraphy on the bottom. The Hagop Kevorkian Fund, which I learned about through my research was the one who made this exhibit possible. The exhibition includes works from the entire Islamic world including Spain, South Asia, as well as other places. Many people around the globe are fond of New York’s Metropolitan Museum. The museum has a wide variety of artworks, as they come from all over the world. The exhibition will close on 3 November. Only three months have passed since the pieces were displayed. The exhibition is a great way to see how different pieces of art can convey a message through writing or pictures. The museum has a wide variety of artwork, including ceramics, carpets, and paperwork. The Islamic art exhibition at The Met demonstrates how Islamic cultures have explored and developed the decorative and creative abilities of written works. Written work is a common form of artistic expression and communication in many Islamic countries. The Islamic calligraphy exhibit at The Met Museum has just as much beauty and fascination as the rest of the exhibits.

The Autobiography Of Miss Jane Pittman: Role Of Characters’ Opinions

The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman’s opening is unique and instantly impressive. Gaines begins the story by introducing his collective of speakers. Gaines weaves a narrative by allowing a “chorus” to speak in incredibly short but sympathetic sentences. Gaines’ respect for the voices of each collaborator results in an impressive rhetorical coup. A story is told by many different voices, but never lost.

The teacher in the story is shown to be modest and respectful of Miss Jane. However, she is also determined not to lose the value and personality of Miss Jane. This winning detail is implicit in the book introduction, which immediately wins the reader over. Miss Jane’s personality is immediately recognizable, from her apparent lack of understanding of the worth of her story (she claimed there was none to tell) to her sarcastic response to the would-be interviewer. Other characters, both named and unnamed, are the caring and protective neighbors and friends who fill the gaps in Miss Jane’s story and remind readers from the very beginning that it is not only a personal story but also a tale of a community. They work together in order to keep the narrative focused and unified. The account of Miss Jane is presented as a precious yet often heavy load. Miss Jane would continue to listen until the time came for her to speak. In the meantime, the teacher is also burdened by his role as organizing consciousness. He does not complain about the difficulties of his job, which is to accurately and interestingly record the essence and the meandering narration with its frequent interruptions in voice, memory, and direction. As any journalist, he is eager to close what he perceives as unfinished business.

Mary says, “If you want to change her way of telling it, then tell it yourself.” Mary says “if she wants to tell the story differently, then you need to tell it yourself.” Mary advises that writers should listen humbly, and not try and change what they hear.

Miss Jane’s story is inspiring. Her account is compelling not just because of her dramatic story, but because she is an excellent storyteller. She uses a style of oral storytelling that is visually pleasing, and has many recollected humorous, tragic and scary stories. Gaines packs in a lot, weaving personal accounts of slavery and their larger cultural context. Jane, when she visits Madame Gautier the “hoodoo”, tells a story within a story. Jane tells an infamous hoo-doo legend of Marie Laveau in New Orleans to illustrate how Madame Gautier ended up in her town. Jane’s telling of the story helps establish a connection between her and the community. It also prepares Miss Jane for the serious conversation she will have with Adeline Cluveau later when she asks her to remove the “hoo-doo of her papa”.

Although the narration of Jane’s dialogue in this exchange is hers, it is done in the style and manner of Adeline. Adeline and Albert’s dialogue is very Cajun, and they are not educated. Madame Gautier has New Orleans French accents and a theatricality that befits her profession. Ned’s adult speech is that of a code-switcher who speaks on the level of the illiterate. It also reflects his desire to educate himself and become enlightened. Each voice is treated with respect in this novel.

The “autobiography” tells the stories of many people, not just that of one woman. It is more of a dramatization about the impact slavery had on different cultures. This is a tale about the desire to be in control, whether it’s over another person, yourself, or even death. Jane, in fact, has a lot of stories. Gaines has a respect for the many voices that Miss Jane represents in her life.

Work Cited:

Gaines, Ernest J. The Autobiography Of Miss Jane Pittman The Dial Press published New York in 1971.

Multi-sensory Architecture

Architectures have always been used to house human function or activity. Form follows function was the main principle that guided design. Frank Gehry (2014, architect) stated that the desire to see first is driving architecture. Architects no longer consider the physical, psychological and emotional connections that users make with a particular space. Criticism claims that contemporary architecture ignores human beings or any other aspect of life, focusing only on aesthetics. Design has lost its multi-sensory aspect, with smooth surfaces and white walls. The level of experience for users has been reduced because the body is what allows one to engage with, enjoy and perceive architectural spaces.

BMW’s Emar Vegt (2013), an aural design, explains the importance of the sound a door makes when closing. The sound has a direct impact on sales and is one of first impressions that a customer will have at a dealership. The door is opened and the potential customer sits inside. The sound of the engine is still impressive when he starts up the car. Sound is thus a key design element in the automobile industry. This is true for all products. Designers only focus on visual appeal and ignore all other senses. It is important that the designer creates a space in which the user feels comfortable, both visually and emotionally. Dischinger (2006) observed that architects are more inclined to focus on vision than sensory experiences.

What about other senses, such as touch, sound and smell? Why not taste too? There are no other ways to cater to the senses of users. Alvar Aalto’s comments on architecture were based on his belief that furniture used by residents should not make the inhabitants uncomfortable due to the use of glares, heat conductivity and sound reflections. His architecture was designed to appeal to all of the senses. It invited the user into the space and encouraged them touch the materials.

In order to fully understand architecture, it is necessary to look at the human dimension, including their feelings and environment. Spaces and building don’t have to be shells, but can stimulate the mind and body of users. The hope is that multi-sensory architecture will enhance the human experience in these spaces. Architects need to create spaces that will engage users’ senses, which in turn will shape their emotional connection and perception of space. Sensory design critics argue that the design is too multi-sensory and overwhelms users’ perceptions, creating a space they don’t want to be in. Charles Landry argues in 2006 that multi-sensory design enhances space identity rather than overwhelming it.

This research examines how multisensory experiences can be incorporated into architectural design. It also explores the impact of these experiences on the user. In case studies of current designs, the benefits and possible negative impacts of a sensory design is investigated. This thesis reveals how the senses are able to communicate with their surroundings in order to create an inviting and soothing environment. It is a practical way to approach architectural design by using sensory design. This research will investigate how we can “see” what is invisible with the whole body and not just the eyes. It is hoped that design techniques will be developed to integrate people into spaces with meaning through unique designs and experiences.

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