INESSA KALABEKOVA

Unit 1 assissment

Unit 1 assessment

Learning Outcome 1: I will create a plan to explore symbolism and creativity inspired by “The Golden Bough.” This involves setting clear goals and steps to achieve them, driven by my curiosity to understand how symbols evolve into tangible forms. Create a Structured Plan: I’ll outline activities like collecting objects, experimenting with colors, and creating […]

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The Rear View: Uncovering the History and Humor of Human Backsides

“The Rear View” is a delightful book that offers a fresh perspective on our backsides, making it a great read to pass the time. I breezed through it in just four hours while waiting for tests at the heart doctor’s office. It’s all about celebrating the curves and shapes, especially when it comes to women’s

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Recording of process. Project -Serpent to Sovereign: The Dragon’s Journey

Recording of process. Project – “Serpent to Sovereign: The Dragon’s Journey” Introduction: After reading Fraser’s Golden Thread, I felt inspired to opened the door to a multitude of potential forms. I kept it practical by using what I had. I focused on three things: Dragon, Tree, Flood, making them the heart of the “Golden Thread”

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A lively dragon and a strong tiger

Once upon a time in ancient China, there were two special animals – a lively dragon and a strong tiger. The dragon was all about action and brightness, representing the “Yang” side, while the tiger embodied receptiveness and darkness, standing for the “Yin.” But here’s the twist: instead of fighting, they danced together. The dragon

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MA Study Statement

MA Study Statement Working Title: “Bridging Canvases and Narratives: Unraveling the Threads of Art, Story Evolution, and Cultural Connectivity” Aims: This exploration seeks to unravel the interconnected threads of art, story evolution, and cultural bonds, with a focus on understanding how these elements link humanity across time and diverse cultures. Akin’s musical improvisational skill  is

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Unit 1 Assessment (Draft) Bibliography

Bibliography:  Books:  The Chinese Myths: A Guide to the Gods and Legends. By Tao Tao Liu. 2022 A Chinese Bestiary: Strange Creatures from the Guideways Through Mountains and Seas. Richard E. Strassberg (editor). 2002 The Classic of Mountains and Seas. Translated by Anne Birrell. 1999 Морфология Волшебной сказки. Владимир Пропп. 2021 Исторические корни волшебной сказки.

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Unit 1 Assessment (Draft) Work Plan

Work Plan: 2. Exploration of Tree of Life Symbolism Across Cultures – Action Plan: 8 weeks.  Objective: To delve into the symbolic significance of the Tree of Life across diverse cultures through a comprehensive and multi-faceted exploration. Research and Reading: week 1.  Identify key literature on the symbolism of the Tree of Life in various

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Unit 1 Assessment (Draft) 3

Methodology: 1. Research Overview: Purpose: Understand the evolution of myths and cultural symbols. Method: Read books and studies on anthropology, art history, and mythology. Record: Summarize key findings on how stories and symbols change over time. 2. Theoretical Framework: Purpose: Use theories from anthropology and art to guide the research. Method: Combine ideas from different

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Unit 1 Assessment (Draft) 2

Canvas of Curiosity: Unveiling the Threads of Art, Stories, and Culture. In this odyssey of understanding, I aim to paint a comprehensive portrait of how art and stories serve as bridges, connecting us across the vast landscape of human experience.  Starting a journey to explore art, stories, and cultural history, I dive into the global

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