3. Informative Speech Presentations Overview: Each student will present an informative speech on his or her topic. Students should pay close attention to the speeches their peers make, since a quiz will be given afterwards on the information presented in the speeches. Main Topic: Art Topic Choices (Must choose only one topic / Choices must not overlap): 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Alfred Stieglitz and his photography Andy Warhol and Pop Art Art Crime: Vandalism, Art Theft, Forgery Art in Dementia Care Auctions (e.g. Sotheby’s) and Art as an investment Documentary Film and Latin America Edinburgh Fringe English Landscapes of Constable and Turner Existentialism in Modern Art How Phonographs Work Installation Art Kabuki Kitsch Life of Gillian Lynne Picasso and Guernica Qing Dynasty Pottery and Europe Surrealist Paintings The Art of Islamic Calligraphy The Art of Stage Management The Cannes Film Festival The Czechoslovak New Wave The Harlem Renaissance The Jungian Archetype and Literature Yuhki Kuramoto and New Age music 20th Century African Art Jennifer Han Pearl Lee Daniel Choi Michelle Cha Eun Jung Cho X Yoobin Weon So Eun Ahn Siwoo Song Dong Hun Kim Kallen Seong Jihee Hwang Abby Kim Junil Lee Donghyun Kim Jessica Ryu Mina Kim Suzie Nam Minho Kim Ji Young Lee X Hyee Young Kim X Dorothy Kim Hyong Suk Kim Required Length: 3 min. Visual Aid (PowerPoint): - Using a PowerPoint is discouraged, but you may use one only if you feel that certain images are completely necessary to the speech. - Maximum number of slides: one , Maximum number of images: three - No words can be included in the slide. - Those who prepared a PowerPoint must have the file checked and ready on the class computer before class starts. You may not use a visual aid if you fail to do so. Failure to adhere to the above instructions will automatically result in point deduction.