“Hold fast to dreams,For if dreams dieLife is a broken-winged bird,That cannot fly.” ~Langston Hughes
Analysis and Artist Statements Notes
Fahrenheit 451 Packet. Homework: Read until page 83, or until the line, "If there isn't something in that legend for us today, in this city, in our time, then I am completely insane."
Artist Statement Suggested Questions:
Some helpful guidelines for your artist statement: Who did you interview? How did the interview go? What was the process of your designs? What does each panel represent and why did you choose this for your interviewee? How did you work together to create this lantern? What kind of circuits/materials/colors did you choose and why? What is the most important/valuable lesson that you learned from this interviewee? What are the most memorable moments from the interview? (No more than 200 words)
Once you are finished vectorizing a panel, email it to Mike directly now at email@example.com
DUE BY THIS EVENING
~Instead of a reading log this week, you are to update your DP by Friday evening for the following projects:
We've Got Style
As a reminder: DP Requirements
When you are finished: Submit your DP Here
Photos for DP Update
We've Got Style Photos
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1. Fahrenheit 451 Packet. Homework: Read until page 83, or until the line, "If there isn't something in that legend for us today, in this city, in our time, then I am completely insane."
Here's the digital copy of Fahrenheit 451: http://www.secret-satire-society.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Ray-Bradbury-Fahrenheit-451.pdf
2. Have a conversation with someone NOT in our class for 5 minutes or more about the meaning of life: Where do you find meaning in your life? Where does the person you are talking to find meaning in his or her life? What do you think the meaning of life is as a whole? What is the purpose of life?