Tag Archives: still imagery

Week 3: Photos, Music Videos, and Stats

More Photography
World Press Photos of the Year 2014

Musicians and Music Videos
India Arie Interview on Music’s Role in Social Change
Brandon Boyd of Incubus- Music’s Role in Social Change
World on Fire -Sarah McLachlan
More about this video –article
We are the World We Are the World 1985 vs. We Are the World 25 for HaitiĀ 
USA For Africa -We Are the World 30 Years Later
Africa For Norway -Radi-Aid

Making Art with Data
Artists use data to make political statements

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Week 2: Posters, Comics, and Paintings


Posters and Propaganda

Influential Wartime Posters
(Propaganda)
Top ten WW2 Propaganda Posters
Some of the Most Famous/Iconic Posters

Modern Poster Campaigns
Guerrilla Girls

Comics
Art Spiegelman’s Maus: A Different Type of Holocaust Literature

Maus review with sample panels

Interview with Art Spiegelman (Video)
Maus Sample Panels: image 1, image 2, image 3, image 4

Shake Girl -Graphic Novel detailing stories of violence against women

Painting
Liberty Leading the People -Eugene Delecroix
Banksy Gallery
Banksy Article

Flow -What Is It?
Flow. The Secret to Happiness

Week 1/ Day 2: Homework -Paintings, Exhibitions, Installations, Murals, and Stills

Homework due printed on paper at the start of next class:



1. Read/Look at the following links:
Favela Painting Project Home
Can Paint Promote Social Change?
(Blog Article, Favela Paint Project, Brazil)

Links to Art, Installations, Exhibits, and Crafts attempting to promote/create positive social change

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Week 1: Photography (and one Animation) -Images/Links

One Animation:
I Met the Walrus -James Braithwaite

Images:
Dorothea Lange
| Gallery 2 | Japanese Americans
Migrant Mother Detail (Video)
Jacob Riis Gallery
Jacob Riis
(Video)

Links:
13 Photos that Changed the World
Images that Changed the World

American Photography -Social Change

Social Documentary.net

Protect the Skin You’re In-Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs has worked with the “Protect the Skin You’re In” campaign since 2006. The trendy New York designer has designed t-shirts that feature nude models and celebrities who are covered by the campaign’s slogan. The shirts are to raise awareness on skin cancer as well as benefit melanoma research at the NYU Cancer Institute.
All revenue gained from the $35 t-shirts benefit the NYU School of Medicine’s Interdisciplinary Melanoma Cooperative Group (IMCG). The shirts are available exclusively at Marc Jacobs stores.

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