Essay 2

Essay 2.

Fagin, an old-time crook, makes his living recruiting young men and women and teaching them to be thieves. He tells three of his recent graduates to hire on at a carnival where they can practice their newly acquired skills.  

 

The Artful Dodger, employed as a part of the clean up crew, befriends a woman with five children. The woman’s children want to ride the Ferris wheel, the merry-go-round and several other carnival rides, but the woman complains about standing in the long ticket line with her children.  Artful assures her that if she gives him the money, he will purchase the tickets for her.  He tells her that because he is an employee, he can go to the front of the line.  The woman gives Artful $50.  Artful has no intention of buying the tickets and takes the money back to Fagan who takes $20 and gives the rest to the Artful Dodger.       

 

Nancy is employed at a booth selling ride tickets.  Nancy works all day where she sells an entire roll of tickets (approximately 1,000 ride tickets at $2 a piece).  Before her shift started, she received another identical roll of tickets from Fagan.  At the end of the day, she indicated on her shift log that she only sold 500 tickets and subsequently turned in $1,000 and 500 of the phony unsold tickets.  Nancy pocketed the remaining $1,000 of proceeds from tickets sale that she did not log and promptly brought it back to Fagan who took $500 and allowed Nancy to keep the rest.   

 

Oliver never did obtain employment at the carnival.  However, he received a roll of raffle tickets from Fagan and went around the carnival selling them, offering a grand prize trip for two to Hawaii for the raffle winner.  Oliver carried a picture of a beautiful Hawaiian resort he cut out of a magazine as evidence of the grand prize.  He sold 50 raffle tickets at $5 a piece.  Oliver cleared $250 on the scam.  Oliver he did not want to share any of the money with Fagan and skipped town in search of another carnival.  

 

You are the prosecutor.  If caught, what crimes, if any, could you charge Fagin, Artful Dodger, Nancy and Oliver with?  Be sure to provide specific reasons when charging each individual for a particular crime.  You answer should 

NOT

 exceed 300 words, 12-point font and in APA format. `

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I’m studying for my Art & Design class and don’t understand how to answer this. Can you help me study?

For your final essay, you will visit a local art museum or gallery and choose at least one work of art to examine in your essay. You also have the option of choosing several works of art by the same artist, or from the same exhibition if it is curated around a theme. Please look at the work of art for at least 10 minutes and make notes, and take a photograph of the work to refer to if you can (though please be aware that some museums do not allow photography). If you are able to take a picture or find an image of the work online please include it so that I can better understand your essay, or offer help. Be aware that the San Diego Museum of Art does not allow photography. Also, the Museum of Contemporary Art in La Jolla is currently being renovated; the downtown branch of MCASD will be open however.

Your final essay should be about 3 pages and follow standard formatting guidelines.

Once again, I have given you a list of questions that you should consider about each work of art before you begin your essay. Not all of the questions will be relevant to every work of art, and some will be more crucial to your understanding of the work than others. When you write your essay, please make an outline and then use the information you’ve gathered to create a coherent response. Don’t just list your answers to the questions! Unlike your previous essays, you should consider your own response to the work. I encourage you to write about something that you respond strongly to, and also reflect on how your feelings change as you learn more about the artist and the work.

Learn a few pertinent details about the artist. Is their work autobiographical?
What does the title tell us about the work?
What is its subject matter?
What medium or material was used to make the work?
Does the medium or materials used have special significance?
What is the scale of the work (how big is it?)
What are its formal elements (line, color, composition, etc.)?
Is it abstract? Is it stylized? Is it representational? Is it naturalistic?
How does the style affect the way we interpret the subject?
Did the work of art have a specific purpose? Why was it made?
Does it communicate a message?
Is it trying to provoke a specific response from the viewer?
Does it contain symbolism?
If so, what symbols are used? What do they mean? What is their cultural context?
Can the symbols or imagery be understood together to imply a story?
What are the artist’s influences in terms of contemporary or historical art?
Can you relate the work to other works of art (contemporary or historical)?
Is the artist influenced by anything other than art (science, history, politics, etc.)?
How does the work make you feel? Why?

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