Les Miserables (2012)

Name Subject Name Teacher’s name Date Movie Review: Les Miserables (2012) Cast: Hugh Jackman, Amanda Seyfried, Anne Hathway, Russell Crowe, Eddie Redmayne, Samantha Barks, Helena Bonham Carter, Sacha Baron Cohen Director: Tom Hooper Duration: 158 minutes Music: Claude-Michel Schönberg Like all great productions of art, Les Miserables, ever since it was first published, has left behind it a profound and glorious legacy. The famous production is commonly recognizable by its shortened form, Les-Mis. Perhaps the most alluring factor of the play is its immense portrayal of the human psyche. Les Miserables weaves an intricate tapestry of human emotion—anger, pain, regret, love,...

Discuss how both technology and lean principles of operating systems are currently benefiting the healthcare industry.

Technological advancement in the health care sector Affiliated Institution Student Name Date Due Introduction The health care industry is experiencing a massive change regarding the technology applied when dealing with delivery of the services, how the physicians interact with the patients and the process of payment. With the advantage brought about by the digital technology in the health industry more and more health industries are taking the advantage of the technology to ensure that they provide effective modes of treatment. Additionally with the technology improvement there is the manufacturer of technology used that involve both diagnostic machinery and machinery used in treatment, for...

Kazimir Malevich, Suprematism: Airplane Flying, 1915 and Barnett Newman, Via Heroicus Sublimus, 1950-51

Name: Instructor’s Name: Course: Date: Kazimir Malevich, Suprematism: Airplane Flying, 1915 and Barnett Newman, Via Heroicus Sublimus, 1950-51 Kazimir Malevich’s Airplane Flying is oil on canvas artwork composed of simple rectangular forms placed on white background. The composition was Malevich’s idea of freeing “art from the burden of the object” (Nici 400). Barnett Newman’s Via Heroicus Sublimus is a painting that can simply be translated as ‘man, heroic, and sublime. Newman wants the viewer to stand close to this painting and have a feeling that he/she is encountering another human being. Malevich placed the shapes in dynamic relationship to one another. Malevich has used...

The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci (1497)

Painting Analysis: The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci (1497) INTRODUCTION In this paper, we shall do a thorough analysis of Leonardo’s painting “The Last Supper”. To do so, we intend to write about the author, providing a brief bibliography that could point us to his painting. After that, we shall discuss the belief system of the author, and his societal influences, such as the place and the historical time he lived on. Afterward, we shall discuss the painting's genre; technique; style traits, and influences. At the end of our analysis, we intend to provide a description of the current state of the painting. Leonardo da Vinci’s Biography. Leonardo da Vinci was born near in the Tuscan town...

do schools kill creativity? by Ken Robinson and what high school is by Theodore R. Sizer

Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Education System Kills Self-realization To meet the needs of industries in the era industrial revolution, schools came up to educate individuals on the requirement of the industries (Robinson 11:02). The things taught were relevant to equip individuals with the knowledge needed for the operations of the machines used. Since then, education has been regarded as a key to success and is taught in schools. The schools set their goals that students are required to achieve in their school life. These goals keep the students on their heels as they struggle to meet the requirements necessary for the completion of their careers. Additionally, the society has valued...

Miles Davis ‘“ Kind of Blue

 Analysis: “Kind of Blue” by Miles Davies Undoubtedly, Miles Davies is one of the greatest Jazz musicians of all times, and his influence has been broad, not only in jazz music but also in rock and classically related genres. One of the greatest traits of the musician was his need for innovation, always pushing the boundaries of the genre and aiming for new standards and ways to interpret new music. For that reason, despite his lack of qualities when compared to other musicians of his generation does not put him at a disadvantage, since he had creative vision to step away from the old conventions of the Bebop and create new pieces of a completely unheard beauty. The ensemble itself is...

turn around and looking at everyone when you inside the elevator

Name: Institution: Course: Date due: Elevator experience While being in the elevator, one can experience many different feelings. One of them is a fear since many are the times when accidents happen in the elevator and the accidents are very deadly. Fear is seen in most people and that is why some people are seen to be shaken while they are using the elevator. You can see some people trying to support themselves on the walls since they are very afraid of using the elevator. In some cases, the elevator gets struck in the middle and many people get really scared in such a situation since they don’t know what to do. I have witnessed many people breaking into tears when the elevator stuck since...

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Name Professor’s Name Course Date Compare and contrast Art Work from the Met to Stockstad Introduction The two artworks; the Crucifixion with Saints and a Donor and the Lamentation of Christ are two artworks that are from very close moments. The Crucifixion with Saints and a Donor is the moment that Jesus was crucified on the cross. There were those who were mourning immediately after Jesus' death. The Lamentation of Christ is also about people mourning over the death of Jesus. This, however, happens later. About the time, He was laid in the tomb. Those are the historical moments of the two artworks. In this paper, I will argue that every artist has where they have drawn their attention to...

The Goose with the Golden Eggs

Name: Institution: Date: The Goose with the Golden Egg Long time back in the heart of Midlands in Louie town, there lived a man, his wife and a goose that laid a golden egg everyday. The man and his wife had got this goose as a wedding gift and to their utter surprise, it turned out to be their fortune as it would lay a golden egg everyday and they would sell it and get a lot of money. They used this money to run their business and to pay their bills. That Monday morning, as their usual routine, they got up ready to go down to their business which was miles away from home. Man: Honey, are you ready? Its time we went to the mill. Wife: Oh yes, am coming, am getting the egg from the goose...

Roman influences in medieval art (exhibition).

Student’s Name: Instructor’s Name Date: Institution: Roman Influences in Medieval Art (Exhibition) Introduction The medieval, also referred to as the Middle Age period, occurred from the end of the 5th century to around 14th century. Most of art during the medieval were for chapels and portrayed Christian narratives. Alternatively, the Renaissance period started in Italy and took place in the 15th and 16th centuries. The word resonance means rebirth or the revival of ancient Greek and Roman, literature, and learning. Several architectural changes occurred in art leading to the transformation from the medieval era to the Renaissance era. Hence the developing roles of the artists from...