Urgently arting, a savage world civil.

Image: The Wrapped Coast, One Million Square Feet, Little Bay, Sydney, Australia (1969), Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Image: Art Gallery NSW: https://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/collection/works/, accessed: 09.10.2022. BCM 111 Global Media & Culture Assignment 2: Annotated Bibliography. Grade: 85/100. Title: Urgently Arting a Savage World, Civil. The Question: Discuss four key elements to building the rudimentary foundations of aContinue reading “Urgently arting, a savage world civil.”

Sister GlitterNullius: Empathy. X

BCM 111 Global Media & Culture Assignment 3: Empathy, 2022, Video Presentation & Script. Grade: HD 90/100. Concepts: 1. Networked, Indigenous Identity & Indigenous Art Activism, 2. Environmental Art Activism Intersectional Environmentalism, 3. Cultural Proximity, 4. Audience Access & Activation: Developing non-Indigenous Proximity & Engagement with Indigenous CulturalExpression. Explanatory Note:Video: Justin Hewitson recorded the videoContinue reading “Sister GlitterNullius: Empathy. X”

Artivism: Censorship, death, activism & art …

BCM 111 Blog Post 2/3 Question: Consider what we’ve learned this week about global news reporting, and the dimension of social media in citizen journalism. Do you believe citizen journalism through social media is good, bad, or a bit of both? Why? Use academic readings to justify your conclusions. In doing so, choose a country/regionContinue reading “Artivism: Censorship, death, activism & art …”

Popcorn Anyone?

 Image: Taste of Home: https://www.tasteofhome.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/TOH-we-tried-social-nostalgia-popcorn-machine-Emily-Parulski.jpg BCM 111 Assignment 1: Blog 1/3: Question: What popular culture do you consume? Explain its popularity using one of the key theories. Use two academic sources from the Subject Readings, your own or a combination. Post to Twitter with #BCM111. Notice: Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders, this blog contains imagesContinue reading “Popcorn Anyone?”