Solved by verified expert:Discussion A – Zoot Suit Riots and Riots, Activism, Racism TodayIn the year 2000, artist Vincent Valdez painted “Kill the Pachuco Bastard!” dramatizing some of the events of the Zoot Suit Riots in 1943.What do you see happening in the details in this painting? What clues can you see that give evidence for the historical context of the Zoot Suit Riots? Why did these riots take place? How might we compare the events surrounding the Zoot Suit Riots with recent examples of racism, riots, and activism taking place across the United States? You can consider other current events reflecting racial tension and/or struggles for social justice.Please read the chapter 4 part 1 and the information provided carefully, and use your own words about 250+ words to explain and answer these question.Discussion B: Pueblo Pottery and techniqueIn the Southwest, there are a number of different Pueblo Indian communities and each one has a unique style of pottery. Native American artists depend upon specific clay resources and use techniques specific to their indigenous homeland and heritage.Explore online and find out about Pueblo Indian pottery techniques and styles. Choose a community, artist or technical process to discuss and share.Here is an example of Hopi pottery by Nampeyo, a well-known artist discussed in Chapter 4, Part 2.Please read the chapter 4 part 2 and the information provided carefully, and use your own words about 250+ words to explain and answer these question.E.81. Read this article (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. (You may have to scroll down to see the posted article on the website) on the repatriation of Hopi Kachina masks and review the section of Chapter 4 addressing Kachinas / Katsinas (Katsinam is the plural in the Hopi language) and the Studio Style. What arguments can be made for or against the repatriation (return) of these headdresses (masks) to the Hopi people? List several specific points the author makes in presenting both sides of the issue.2. Find the painting of a Kachina Dance, Hopi Ceremonial Dance, by Hopi artist Fred Kabotie, in Chapter 4. How does the art serve as an ethnographic document (see Chapter 4 reading) useful in the study of Hopi ceremonial arts?3. What is the “Studio Style”? Briefly explain.4. Contemporary Native American artists, such as America Meredith, sometimes create art as a critique of the Studio school or as a commentary upon the legacy of this important style. Here is Meredith’s painting, Bambi makes some extra bucks at the studio, 2002 (acrylic 26 1/2” x 32 1/2”). The painting is meant to be seen as humorous satire. What do you think the artist is trying to express in this painting? Cite any sources you use.Please read the chapter 4 and the information provided carefully, and use your own words about 500+ words to explain and answer these question.Passwork for 04chapter:part1: harlemPasswork for 04chapter:part2: zootsuit
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