Links For Annotated Bib

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https://scholarworks.gsu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1123&context=univ_lib_facpub    (GSU) https://www.cnn.com/2016/04/14/health/aids-atlanta-emory-university-the-80s/index.html    (EMORY) https://www.thenation.com/article/what-does-it-mean-to-remember-aids/     (ARTICLE) https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/the-confusing-and-at-times-counterproductive-1980s-response-to-the-aids-epidemic-180948611/  (SMITHSONIAN) https://books.google.com/books?id=m6Lh0hu-2xUC&pg=PA239&lpg=PA239&dq=AIDS+performing+arts+1970%27s&source=bl&ots=7XSsuf4PDZ&sig=KiyknS-FFfCabkNDi1fs-Jgzmsc&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiljKCA-pHaAhVM0lMKHYrACu84FBDoAQgwMAA#v=onepage&q&f=false   (BOOK BY RON ATHEY) https://www.visualaids.org/projects/detail/the-archive-project   (AIDS ART ARCHIVE) https://www.pbs.org/newshour/science/america-hiv-outbreak-origins-nyc-gaetan-dugas https://www.kqed.org/arts/11508062/dancers-we-lost-honors-bay-area-dancers-who-died-of-aids https://www.wmagazine.com/story/felix-gonzalez-torres-candy-the-met-breuer Lest we forget: The arcHIVe Project Where Are the Archives of AIDS- and HIV-Related Art in the US?

Preliminary outline 2

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Title: Lights, Camera, Action! I. Introduction A. Topic: Effect of AIDS on the performing arts community. B. Thesis: Much like the Great Migration caused the Harlem Renaissance in the 1920’s, the AIDS epidemic caused an outburst of creativity and protest in the form of the performing arts. C. Background Information on AIDS/HIV II. Body 1 […]

Unit 3 Preliminary Outline

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Title: Lights, Camera, Action! Thesis: Much like the Great Migration caused the Harlem Renaissance in the 1920’s the AIDS epidemic caused an outburst of creativity and protest in the form of the performing arts. Introduction: Body 1:  What was the AIDS epidemic? Who did it effect? How did society respond? Body 2: What was the […]

The makeshift boat

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For this assignment I was given very few instructions. First, find a partner. Secondly, don’t ask (Ms. Rose and Ms. A) any question. Lastly, use the materials and make something. Going into this assignment i was very confused, what was i suppose to make? was there a theme I was suppose to make it based […]

Sample Bibliography Entry

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Williams, Gabrielle. “Primary Source Description Two.” Postscript Reverie Blog, 2017. http://postscriptreverie.gsucreate.org/source-descriptions/primary-source-description-two-gabrielle-williams/. Gabrielle Williams details The AIDS panel of Allan Lanzer in specific detail.She goes into profound detail about this quilt and its maker by using materials and other physical aspects of the quilt. The source hopes to inform and display a quilt from The AIDS Quilt Project. […]

Primary Research

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When was the last time you thought about primary research? Well up until recently the answer for me would have been never. Funny enough primary research is an important part of academia. Primary research is any type of research that you collect yourself. Examples include surveys, interviews, observations, and ethnographic research (Dana Driscoll, and Allen […]

PSD 1: First Contact

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Panel: Ray Underwood Block Number: 4161 Description and Response: The Panel feels rough to the touch, similar to the texture of sandpaper but smoother. The panel’s base is painted with vibrant colors- the scene displayed is of nature. The painting uses a dark violet to represent clouds at the very top of the panel. There […]

Tyler Laney

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                                            Description The object I was given was very lightweight and small. It fit into my hand comfortable and was flexible. The object was made up of many beads of variously different shapes and […]