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The length of response will vary, depending on the nature of the question. Written responses will be assessed based on the Grading Key for Written Responses Q&A PDF and the Writing and Q&A Guidelines and Requirements PDF. All of the responses must be evidence-based upon the content in pages presented in this module; evidence must be cited and students shall NOT write opinions or interpretations of their own.

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An EXAMPLE of a written response that meets expectations:

Question:

Discussing the works You’re Fine, You’re HiredFive Day Forecast, and Waterbearer, what are two interpretations offered in regards to Lorna Simpson’s intentionally cropping or concealing of the face of the black woman subject(s) in her work?

Written Response:

One interpretation which considers Lorna Simpson’s intentionally cropping or concealing of the face of the black woman subject(s) in her work is that Simpson is aiming to permit the woman subject to expand into a larger, shared identity –rather than one single women in the “You’re Fine, You’re Hired” work –as well as to expand or create a larger dialogue between the art work and viewer (Study Guide Lorna Simpson, pg. 02).

Another or second interpretation which considers Simpson’s intentionally cropping or concealing of the face of the black woman subject(s) in her work is that Simpson is aiming to suggest that the woman retains some small or modest degree of control (Study Guide Lorna Simpson, pg. 02). This is described by contemporary art critic Holland Cotter as the black woman’s effort to own her thoughts and own her history (pg. 02). It applies even when the women’s history is heartbreaking, or when her willingness to engage is devalued, as can be seen in “Waterbearer” (pg. 02).

Another EXAMPLE of a written response that meets expectations:

Question: In the 13th Century Japanese painting Six Persimmons by artist Mu Qi, why are the composition arrangement and use of ink both important attributes of Zen Buddhist style? 

Written Response: In the 13th Century Japanese painting Six Persimmons by Mu Qi, the simple composition arrangement emphasized the importance of meditation and simplicity in Zen Buddhist life –in contrast to 17th Century Dutch artist Jan Davidsz de Heem’s sumptuous still life painting A Table of Desserts (Lazzarri, pg. 141). Furthermore, the use of ink reflects Zen Buddhists’ preference for spontaneity and simplicity, rather than the lushness of oil painting, as seen in de Heem’s lavish Table of Desserts (pg. 141).

IMPORTANT:

Students must please submit this assignment and all assignments as an uploaded file in MS Word doc / MS Word docx format. Formatting of MS Word doc submissions must adhere to the guidelines and examples shown in the previous module 01 part B. Students are expected to always refer to the introductory module pages Required Formatting for Written Submissions.

There will be a 25% grade deduction for any MS Word file submission that is not correctly formatted, which is explained in one of the pages of the the Modules 01 Part B, and which includes double-spacing and including the question as well as the response. 

PLEASE REMEMBER TO DOUBLE-SPACE MS WORD DOC !

Questions

1.How did Maya Lin develop her proposal for the Vietnam War Veterans Memorial? Please provide a detailed response, including her background research, site visit(s), and conceptual thinking. 

2.How did How did Maya Lin explain the relationship between the physical design of her memorial and its meaning? Please provide a detailed response, including evidence from her proposal/ proposal statement accompanying her design for the memorial competition. 

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3.Why was the Vietnam War considered to be was such an unpopular war? Please provide a detailed response with historical information and specific reasons for protests against the war, and provide evidence from the study guide provided in this Canvas module.

4.How did the public view Maya Lin’s design for the memorial? Explain multiple specific examples of people’s reactions expressed, either positive or negative reactions. 

5. Aesthetically and conceptually, how did Maya Lin’s 1982 Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial compare to previous more-traditional military memorials, such as the 1954 U.S. Marine Corps Memorial by Felix de Weldon? Please write a detailed comparative response.

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6. Based on viewing the Powerpoint 18a, who was Nick Kokalis?

7. Why did Maya Lin oppose the placement of an additional sculpture, The Three Soldiers, at the site of her memorial? Please write a complete and correct response.

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FOOTHILL COLLEGE Instructor: Joy Holland
Fine Arts & Communication Division Email: hollandjoy@fhda.edu
Office Location: 1710
Office Phone: 650-949-7477

WAR IN VIETNAM (1955-1975)

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

In the 1950’s, Vietnamese nationalist forces overthrew the French colonial government. Vietnam then
divided into Communist North and anti-Communist South. The U.S. military involvement in Vietnam
was part of a global Cold War struggle. U.S. forces engaged in the conflict to support South Vietnam,
in hopes of defeating North Vietnam and preventing the spread of Communism in Southeast Asia.

As the war intensified in the 1960’s, the U.S. expanded its operations in the region, deploying more
than 2 million American troops. As the conflict dragged on and the death toll rose, opposition to the
war escalated. Disapproval of U.S. involvement in Vietnam arose during the Civil Rights Movement,
in which African-Americans sought to overturn laws of segregation and racial discrimination. With the
mandatory draft sending young men into U.S. military service, a disproportionately large number of
black males were being killed in combat-related deaths in Vietnam. Martin Luther King Jr. lamented
the toll of the war on African-American men, but he also condemned American military actions for
destroying the Vietnamese people’s lives, families, villages and land.1

Furthermore, struggling U.S. forces were never able to stop the guerrilla warfare waged by North
Vietnam and their sympathizers. The defeated U.S. army withdrew its troops in 1973. Two years
later, the South surrendered in the Fall of Saigon, and Vietnam became unified under Communist
control. By the war’s end, 58,000 American soldiers were killed or missing in action. Millions of
Vietnamese civilians were killed, uprooted from their homes, or exposed to deadly chemicals. Toxic
chemical warfare destroyed millions of hectares of crops and forests in Vietnam, causing long-term
damage to the health and natural environment of the Vietnamese people. The Vietnam War was the
longest war in U.S. history and the most unpopular American war of the 20th century.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1
 Martin Luther King, Jr. Beyond Vietnam – A Time to Break Silence. 4 April 1967, Riverside Church, New York City.

 

Vietnam
 Veterans
 Memorial

 

 

 

Maya
 Lin
 

Maya
 Lin
 

 
Vietnam
 Veterans
 Memorial
 
Washington,
 D.C.
 
1982
 

 

 

 

 

 

 
U.S.
 News
 coverage
 of
 the
 Vietnam
 War
 

 

 

SITE
 

Maya
 Lin
 
Proposal
 Design
 for
 Vietnam
 Veterans
 Memorial
 
Washington,
 D.C.
 
1979
 

 

 

SITE
 

B
 

Mies
 Van
 Der
 Rohe
 

 
Barcelona
 Pavilion
 
1929
 

Felix
 de
 Weldon
 

 
U.S.
 Marine
 Corps
 

War
 Memorial
 
1954
 

Maya
 Lin
 
Vietnam
 Veterans
 Memorial
 
1982
 

 

 

Felix
 de
 Weldon
 
U.S.
 Marine
 Corps
 Memorial
 
1954
 

 

 

Frederick
 Hart
 
Three
 Soldiers
 
1984
 

 

 

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