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Analyzing the Elements of Art

This is the third in our Seven Elements of Art series that helps students make connections between formal art instruction and our daily visual culture.

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For bass notes, the teeth of MusicMachine 2's comb is thickened by the traditional method of adding lead. A machine then tests the frequency of each tooth and slivers of material are removed to accurately tune each note. Tiny transparent, synthetic feathers are added behind the bass note teeth, acting as dampers. More information www.mbandf.com/machines/performance-art/musicmachine2

MusicMachine 2’s internal soundboard features two wooden membranes made from 350-year-old resonance spruce from the Risoud Forest in Switzerland, where long, cold winters and poor soil lead to slow tree growth, occasionally producing an extremely dense wood boasting superlative acoustic properties. More information www.mbandf.com/machines/performance-art/musicmachine2

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MusicMachine 2’s internal soundboard features two wooden membranes made from 350-year-old resonance spruce. To get the spruce, each tree is selected by one man, lifelong ‘tree gatherer’ Lorenzo Pellegrini. An octogenarian, Lorenzo still can climb trees like a squirrel, and he hugs each trunk to see if it is straight enough to create a sufficiently resistant soundboard. More information www.mbandf.com/machines/performance-art/musicmachine2

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Mythologies of the World: The Illustrated Guide to Mythological Beliefs & Customs by Michael McKenzie. Save 24 Off!. $22.76. Publication: September 2001. 160 pages. Publisher: Checkmark Books (September 2001)

Each student has to create a cube with different body parts on it and then we stack them in various ways.

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2.18.13 Although this novella stands out from his body of work in that it’s a playful yet sinister fairy tale, it brilliantly fuses F. Scott Fitzgerald’s ongoing lush fantasies about the extremes of wealth with his much more somber understanding of what underpins it.Loosely inspired by a summer he spent as a teenager working on a ranch in Montana, The Diamond as Big as the Ritz is Fitzgerald’s hallucinatory paean to the American West and all its promises.

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from Menlo Park's Art Studio

Art Crit

Critical thinking skills/steps in looking at and trying to understand artworks.

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