CALIFORNIA BY: KEVIN STARR Set 2 - Chapters 10 – 12 Time Period from 1950-2000 Power Point Slides By Amanda Garibay Histor...
<ul><li>California was linked to the effort to discover a truth, solve a problem, make a profit, make productive use of on...
O Brave New World!
O Brave New World! <ul><li>San Francisco further implemented the Burnham Plan, however, in the idealized idiom of festival...
An Imagined Place:  Art and Life on the Coast of Dreams <ul><li>A main concern: the frontier migrated into motion pictures...
An Imagined Place <ul><li>Painting embraced Expressionism and abstraction at midcentury, then diversified into a number of...
An Imagined Place <ul><li>Photography made a transition from the dreamy painterly values of Pictorialism in the early 1900...
An Imagined Place <ul><li>Architecture also sustained its commitment to Arts and Crafts and Mediterranean Revival into the...
<ul><li>This was a time in California, where not everyone was treated fairly in any of these periods. The Spanish settleme...
Ecumenopolis <ul><li>During the Gold Rush, diversity exfoliated into brilliant hues as nearly every portion of the planet ...
Ecumenopolis <ul><li>The value of the Mexican Americans presence in California, despite the distinctions that were repeate...
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  1. 1. CALIFORNIA BY: KEVIN STARR Set 2 - Chapters 10 – 12 Time Period from 1950-2000 Power Point Slides By Amanda Garibay History141 31644
  2. 2. <ul><li>California was linked to the effort to discover a truth, solve a problem, make a profit, make productive use of ones time, and in the process, make the world a better and more interesting place. Open, flexible, entrepreneurial, unembarrassed by the profit motive, California emerged as a society friendly to the search for utopia through science and technology. </li></ul>O Brave New World!: Seeking Utopia Through Science and Technology Ch. 10
  3. 3. O Brave New World!
  4. 4. O Brave New World! <ul><li>San Francisco further implemented the Burnham Plan, however, in the idealized idiom of festival architecture when the Panama Pacific International Exposition was opened on February 20, 1915 </li></ul>
  5. 5. An Imagined Place: Art and Life on the Coast of Dreams <ul><li>A main concern: the frontier migrated into motion pictures in the form of the Western. Continuing its commitment to landscape, painting remained en plein air and Postimpressionistic into the 1920’s before exploding into Fauvist color with the group of artists know as the Society of Six. </li></ul><ul><li>Jerrold Turner is one of the Bay Area's prominent Plein Air painters and a founding member of The Outsiders, a group of Plein Air painters whose colorful, fauvist style relates back to such groups as The Society of Six, the Fauves and other colorist schools. </li></ul>Ch.11
  6. 6. An Imagined Place <ul><li>Painting embraced Expressionism and abstraction at midcentury, then diversified into a number of styles at the end of the century. </li></ul>Serious music was also taking form from the 1920s to the 1930s. Then arrived the Émigré composers.
  7. 7. An Imagined Place <ul><li>Photography made a transition from the dreamy painterly values of Pictorialism in the early 1900’s to the austere purities of the work of Edward Weston and Ansel Adams. </li></ul>
  8. 8. An Imagined Place <ul><li>Architecture also sustained its commitment to Arts and Crafts and Mediterranean Revival into the 1920’s, until modernism emerged to dominate the midcentury. </li></ul>
  9. 9. <ul><li>This was a time in California, where not everyone was treated fairly in any of these periods. The Spanish settlement represented an intrusion and an aggression against Native Americans, whatever the motivations of the Franciscan padres might have been. </li></ul>Ecumenopolis: Forging a World Society Ch. 12
  10. 10. Ecumenopolis <ul><li>During the Gold Rush, diversity exfoliated into brilliant hues as nearly every portion of the planet sent its people to California. Historian J.S. Holliday called it, “ the world rushed in.” </li></ul>
  11. 11. Ecumenopolis <ul><li>The value of the Mexican Americans presence in California, despite the distinctions that were repeatedly being made between legal and illegal immigrants were at question. </li></ul><ul><li>During the time of World War two, was the problem of the anti-illegal campaign. It focused upon illegal's from Mexico </li></ul>

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