Movie Posters

3 Movie Posters, each 400px wide by 600px ht, saved as JPGs Hand in Folder Friday: 2lastnameMovie You will design a set of three movie posters for one movie (of your own invention). Create a name for a movie and combine two performers (who have never appeared together). The movie must take place in A DIFFERENT TIME & PLACE. (It can

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Citizen Kane

CITIZEN KANE (1941, director Orson Welles; cinematographer Gregg Toland) CITIZEN KANE is often listed by critics as the greatest film of all time. There are shots and ideas and plot structure that had never been seen before in an American movie (or in any mainstream movie). It was very controversial when it opened. William Randolph Hearst, the newspaper magnate, tried

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Fixing Artist Bullet Points

Before you insert anything into your PowerPoint presentation, you need to fix Artist Bullet Points. Remember, you were asked to write in Bullet Points, not complete sentences. Max 40 Words per Slide Max 5 Bullet Points per Slide Max 12 Words per Bullet Point If you cannot read Mr. Machtay’s handwriting, please ask. “HUH?” or a series of “???” either

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Summer Internships/Fellowships

The Application for CTE Summer Internships will not let you save. You must log on and complete the application all in one sitting. Therefore, write your answers to the three questions before you log on to the application. Through your work in this internship, we hope that you will have an opportunity to further develop a talent or skill. What

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Mario Botta PowerPoint

Today in class we will model creating the PowerPoint about your artist. You have a folder called CART1 that was downloaded from pickupdropoff > machtayh > pickup last fall. In that folder there is a folder called “mariobotta.” All the pictures and words you need for your PowerPoint are in the mariobotta folder. Open Microsoft Office > Microsoft PowerPoint. Create

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Worklogs & Grades

By now you know that you need to regularly update Worklogs. Worklogs should list for each day: What project did you work on and what tasks did you do? Also, Worklog must list any out-of-class hours (time that you put in outside of regular class period). A lot of students left the second marking period Worklog blank. Those students received

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Artist Retrospective

Hooray! The SF Museum of Modern Art has decided to have a Retrospective about YOUR ARTIST — the one you’re going to report on for class. Since you’re an expert in that artist, the museum has hired you to work on the marketing materials for the show. You have to give the museum three different poster designs for your artist’s retrospective.

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Artist Research Project

Mr. Machtay will give students a chance to select artists from his list. The list focuses on the last 100 years and includes many graphic designers, architects, sculptors, and industrial designers — people who have designed the buildings, chairs, and public spaces you see, as well as the designers of the magazine covers, ads and product logos that surround us. You

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Person on the Street Interviews

Each team will create a Person-on-the-Street Video. The theme of the PoS videos is EDUCATION. STEP 1: THE QUESTIONS Your team must come up with 3 questions that you will ask your interview subjects. These must NOT be Yes-No questions. The questions should be prompts to get your interview subjects to talk/explain/tell stories. The three questions should be on a common theme,

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