Name someone who displayed? how did they display it?

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July 16, 2019 / By Amitai
Question: Name someone who displayed ...? how did they display it? freedom of religion freedom of press freedom of assembly the right to petition example: freedom of speech: martin luther because he spoke for what he believed and that was that african americans and whites should be equal
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Tillie Tillie | 1 day ago
You mean "Martin Luther KING" freedom of religion... Roger Williams, who was himself verbally attacked, was banished from Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1635 for objecting to the entanglement of religion and government that, he believed, corrupted both. He founded Rhode Island as the first government in history with no established religion and a commitment to protect liberty of conscience for every person. freedom of press... Often seen as the cornerstone of American press freedom, the successful defense of John Peter Zenger, publisher of the New York Weekly Journal, by illustrious Philadelphia lawyer Andrew Hamilton guarantees the right of the news media to criticize public officials and use truth as a defense against libel. freedom of assembly... The NAACP stood up for their rights to assemble against the opinion of the governor of Alabama. The case went to the Supreme Court and the NAACP won the case. the right to petition... During the civil rights movement, for example, the Supreme Court upheld the rights of several groups of individuals protesting segregation at public institutions such as libraries and schools, and ruled that these citizens had every right to express their rights under the petition clause.
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Tillie Originally Answered: How do I get my art displayed at public places?
You put together a portfolio of your work,usually comprised of photos of the drawing and paintings and of course copies of your photography. Then make the rounds of places that you know of that display work. And if they agree to show your work it would be a good idea to have the work suitably presentable, be it framed or maybe matted and protected with and acetate or plastic wrap, whatever your buget allows.. They may want to charge a commission on any sales maybe not. And that commission rate may vary from place to place,or not exist at all. Personally, I would not agree to a high commission in a cafe/bistro etc. especially since galleries will have a 50-60 % commission and the places that you mentioned aren't galleries. Understand that a commission should be added on to the price that you want for your work. For example: If you want $100.00 for a work and the cafe,etc. wants 10% (keeping the example simple) the price on the tag should read $110.00. You get $100. they get $10. Try to get any agreement that you make in writing to protect both parties involved. I show with a gallery so I don't have any experience in dealing with the types of places that you've mentioned. In talking to people that do, they are of the opinion that these businesses like to have rotating/changing decor. Adding another aspect to why people might want to patronize their businesses. A benefit to showing your work in these types of businesses is the walk-in customers. Galleries are intimating to many people which cuts do on the amount of walk-in traffic they get. And to be honest some galleries really don't encourage people to just walk in. Instead they want collectors who are more readily to make a purchase than for the masses just wanting to sight see. In my opinion, this practice can exclude potential first time buyers,but I digress. Anyway this can and will be frustrating for you but keep at it. Have some business cards,with contact information on them, attached to the back of your work . This will ensure that the business displaying your work can refer a potential buyer to you or someone interested can contact you directly allowing you to side step any commission. This I wouldn't recommend if you are ever with a gallery. Good luck with this.
Tillie Originally Answered: How do I get my art displayed at public places?
I would have to aggree with thayerslair, if it is displayed as art, why not? The problem with that is of course, there are always special cases. How about the permanent exhibition of only art of one religious persuasion in public places? Should there be a circulation of art on different religions (even if we have to commission some of it)? Should we not allow permanent exhibitions at all? It is rather sad that these days people seem to get insulted by religious imagery showing depictions not of their faith.
Tillie Originally Answered: How do I get my art displayed at public places?
I think you will need to walk right in, during slow hours, usually 2 to 4 in the afternoon, and speak directly to the boss. A general manager or owner. Take a portfolio of your work and explain that you would love to display your works in their establishment and ask if they would consider it. When I lived in Austin, it was common to see local artwork on display at coffe shops and cafes. Mostly at local independent places. I don't know but I doubt corporate places like starbucks would be allowed to deviate from their corporate plan for decoration. So try your luck at any locally owned businesses. Also your paintings or prints will need to be pretty large.

Roxanne Roxanne
Freedom of religion - Frederick William,Elector of Brandenburg.He introduced a policy of religious toleration in his lands while he was ruler,from 1640-1688. Freedom of the Press - all the papers that printed Wkilleaks info from Julian Assange. Freedom of Assembly - the Chartists in 19th century England.They held mass political rallies even when these were made illegal. Right of petition - The Olive Branch Petition of 1775,authorized by the Continental Congress and sent to King George III of Britain by American colonists.
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Roxanne Originally Answered: How can I fix display problems after reinstalling the OS?
The monitor or display of a computer is the primary user interface. Monitor problems are some of the most common computer problems since the voltages inside a monitor can be as high as 10 KV. Many of the problems can be fixed yourself by simply changing the settings. Detailed instructions available at http://fixit.in/monitor.html
Roxanne Originally Answered: How can I fix display problems after reinstalling the OS?
Most OS CDs provided are boot CDs provided the box does not say Upgrade. When you go on your machine you would press a boot key combo from the computer manual. Generally it is F11 or ctrl F11. It would then say Boot from SATA description name or DVD drive description name. Then select that drive and hit enter.

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