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In a short response of 160 words each, address the following question. For full

In a short response of 160 words each, address the following question.
For full credit, reference at 1 or 2 class materials(please see the upload files and links that I provide after each question) to support your response, say the artist’s name correctly, define all terms mentioned in the question, and respond to all parts of the question, no outside resources are allowed)
1. Which artists from the course modules resonated with you the most? What did they create, say, do, live, that inspired you? Did discussions of contemporary artists give you a new understanding of experiences of race, gender, immigration, sexuality, of your own and others? How so?
(Please read the following for this question: week 6 pdf; Laura Mulvey, Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema.pdf; Michele White, Gaze.pdf)
2. Art is often thought of as the property and lifestyles of those with large financial means. As we have learned, however, artists are not usually made wealthy during their lifetimes. If art is, in fact, everywhere and in everything, there are many ways to own and engage with art everyday. Did learning about artists inspire you to support artists more in the future? In addition to describing philanthropic support, discuss engagement with the art market.
(Please read and watch the following for this question: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2vij3OJhUI ; King of the Line – The Sovereign Acts of Jean-Michel Basquiat.pdf ; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_6HNUUsEss)
3. What is the role of art in the classroom? Should study of art be mandatory in college curriculum? Choose an artist in discussing your response.
(Please read and watch the following for this question: https://www.arts.gov/stories/blog/2012/art-talk-hung-liu ; https://www.kqed.org/arts/13901605/hung-liu-devoted-her-career-to-remembering-others-now-the-art-world-remembers-her)

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