Metropolitan Museum of Art Essays
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Appreciating and having the ability to study a piece of oeuvre is just much of an art as the process of art creation itself. But not all art is created equal or the same. Art is like the folktales of any culture that tell its stories, and in the process of telling the stories of those particular people, it also tells about their beliefs, ethics, moralities, and lifestyles. From the majestic pieces of sculptures in Rome to the beautifully crafted...
The Metropolitan Museum of Art first originated as an idea back in Paris, France in the year 1866. It all began when a group of fellow Americans who were in France at the time decided that America needed a diverse educational background in Art and its history. One man in particular known as John Jay who was an attorney at the time proposed the idea during his time in Europe. Shortly after it was agreed on the project began of...
General Purpose: To persuade the audience to take immediate action. Specific Purpose: To persuade the audience to take immediate action and donate to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Central Idea: The Metropolitan Museum of Art is a nonprofit organization worthy of donation because of the conservation work it provides, the enrichment attendees get, and the inspiration it provides to its visitors. Introduction – Step #1 – Attention Attention getter: I remember the very first time that I spoke in front...
Several communities have very different mindsets and this makes the concept of value highly relative. The perception of an individual is dependent on one’s cultural background and disposition, thus the measurement of an artwork’s value highly depends on personal experience rather than a single rationale. Growing up in a small coastal town near the Aegean Sea and in a country that holds the privilege of possessing a rich cultural accumulation, I was never aware of how, as a country, we...