Art history as civic engagement power point show

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  • Khafre Enthroned, Old Kingdom, Egypt, c. 2520–2494 BCE
  • Ti Watching a Hippopotamus Hunt, Old Kingdom, Egypt, c. 2450–2359 BCE
  • Nefertiti and Akhenaton, Egypt, c. 1353-1336 BCE.
  • Stele of Hammurabi, c. 1792-1750 BCE
  • Thomas Hudson Jones, Hammurabi, US House of Representatives Chamber, 1950
    Artist
    Marble28" dia.1950House of Representatives Chamber
    Hammurabi (fl. c. 1792-1750 B.C.) King of Babylonia; author of the Code of Hammurabi, which is recognized in legal literature as one of the earliest surviving legal codes.
    http://www.aoc.gov/capitol-hill/relief-portrait-plaques-lawgivers/hammurabi
  • Polykleitos, Doryphoros (Spear Bearer), Roman copy of 440 BCE Greek original.
  • Portrait Bust of a Man, Republican Rome, 1st century BCE
  • Augustus of Primaporta, Roman, 63BCE–14CE.
  • Art history as civic engagement power point show

    1. 1. Art History as Civic Engagement
    2. 2. Which six issues are most important to you? Better transport and roads  Equality between men and women  Political freedoms  Affordable and nutritious food  Protection against crime and violence  Reliable energy at home  Access to clean water and sanitation  Protecting forests, rivers and oceans  A good education Better healthcare  Action taken on climate change  An honest and responsive government  Freedom from discrimination and persecution  Support for people who can't work  Phone and internet access  Better job opportunities Suggest a priority (optional)  
    3. 3. Results from MY World survey led by The United Nations (as of June 2015).
    4. 4. Khafre Enthroned, Old Kingdom, Egypt, c. 2520–2494 BCE.
    5. 5. Ti Watching a Hippopotamus Hunt, Old Kingdom, Egypt, c. 2450–2359 BCE.
    6. 6. Nefertiti and Akhenaton, Egypt, c. 1353-1336 BCE.
    7. 7. Stele of Hammurabi, c. 1792-1750 BCE.
    8. 8. Stele of Hammurabi, c. 1792-1750 BCE. Thomas Hudson Jones, Hammurabi, US House of Representatives Chamber, 1950.
    9. 9. Polykleitos, Doryphoros (Spear Bearer), Roman copy of 440 BCE Greek original. Khafre Enthroned, Old Kingdom, Egypt, c. 2520–2494 BCE.
    10. 10. Thomas Jefferson, Monticello, Charlottesville, VA, 1769-1809.
    11. 11. Parthenon, 448-432BC (Classical Greek Temple). Pantheon, Rome, c. 118-128 CE (Ancient Roman Temple). Thomas Jefferson, Monticello, Charlottesville, VA, 1769-1809 (Neoclassical Architecture).
    12. 12. The White House, Washington DC. Brooklyn Courthouse. New York City Post Office.
    13. 13. Portrait Bust of a Man, Republican Rome, 1st century BCE.
    14. 14. Augustus of Primaporta, Roman, 63 BCE–14 CE.

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