Can you correct my speech please??? thanks?

Posted on August 24th, 2010 by admin1 in Political Campaign Advertising Programs

Pop Art
It is a new artistic concept, is the essence of an extensive cultural movement of the sixties. It has a connection with the state of mind of a period that is the answer to the media slogans whose histories made history and whose models influence in the people.
The popular culture and the way of life are associated with the sixties. This cultural demonstration was purely western: the USA was the center of this program.
The pop art artistically analyzes the fact that the World has been growing by the capitalist and technological conditions of the industrial society. The beginnings of the Pop Art were in New York and in England.
The political and economic stabilization in the postwar period led to a “reassessment” of something that in general is designed as popular.
Psychologists studied the societal consumption and created a marketing system to take a commercial advantage of the customers’ wishes. Thus, getting closer to the consumers and buyers, creating products for costumer demand and media campaigns. This affected individual behaviors and in the interpersonal relationships. Everyone could adore collecting knickknacks, reading comics, eating hot-dogs, drinking Coca-Cola, etc. Pop Art is based on this.
The themes of Pop Art are based in everyday life. Pop Art captures the realities of a period and the cultural change, the predisposition of a new generation, and this culture transforms into the style and the art.
People felt free to express themselves in this Cultural Revolution. This led to new fads and forms of expression. It is almost ridiculous that artists, critics and educators allow themselves to be surrounded bye the trivial culture and crammed their houses with popular and nostalgic art, relics, and publicity symbols, playing with banality and enjoyed reading comics, science fiction literature, cheap novels and TV mania.
The music and the lyrics of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones translated the state of mind, the euphoria, the nerve, the power and the realities of the young people of the sixties. That’s why artists like Peter Blake, Richard Hamilton and Andy Warhol designed disc jackets for musical groups like The Beatles and Velvet Underground of course using the Pop Art style.
Pop Art is expressed through painting, sculpture, music, cinema, photography and literature. Pop Art paintings have many styles, for example some of them are based on comics, other are made of a combination of collage and painting. Some of them are made at different levels. Most of the sculptures are based in things that we normally see, like typewriters, cigarettes, clothing, toilets, or even tables.
My conclusion is that Pop art is an every day item that is drawn in a brash and colorful way. It is inspired by comic strips, advertising, and popular entertainment. I like this kind of arte because I think that is an art that don’t follow all the rules and we can see the reality of our world.

i am mexican so i am just learning english
thank you

I made a few minor changes. I think it’s a pretty good speech. Good luck!

Pop Art is a new artistic concept, the essence of an extensive cultural movement of the sixties. It has a connection with the state of mind of a period that is the answer to the media slogans whose histories made history and whose models influence in the people.
This cultural demonstration was purely western, as Pop Art started in New York and in England, although USA was the center of this program. The popular culture and the way of life are associated with the sixties.
Pop art artistically analyzes the fact that the World has been growing by the capitalist and technological conditions of the industrial society.
The political and economic stabilization in the postwar period led to a “reassessment” of something that in general is designed as popular.
Psychologists studied the societal consumption and created a marketing system to take a commercial advantage of the customers’ wishes thus getting closer to the consumers and buyers and creating products for costumer demand and media campaigns. This affected individual behaviors and the interpersonal relationships. Everyone could adore collecting knick-knacks, reading comics, eating hot-dogs, drinking Coca-Cola, etc., and Pop Art is based on all of these everyday life items. Pop Art captures the realities of a period and the cultural change, the predisposition of a new generation, and this culture transforms into the style and the art.
People felt free to express themselves in this Cultural Revolution and this led to new fads and forms of expression. It is almost ridiculous that artists, critics and educators allowed themselves to be surrounded by the trivial culture and crammed their houses with popular and nostalgic art, relics, and publicity symbols, playing with banality and enjoyed reading comics, science fiction literature, cheap novels and TV mania.
The music and the lyrics of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones translated the state of mind, the euphoria, the nerve, the power and the realities of the young people of the sixties. That’s why artists like Peter Blake, Richard Hamilton and Andy Warhol designed disc jackets for musical groups like The Beatles and Velvet Underground of course using the Pop Art style.
Pop Art is expressed through painting, sculpture, music, cinema, photography and literature. Pop Art paintings have many styles. For example some of them are based on comics, other are made of a combination of collage and painting, and some of them are made at different levels. Most of the sculptures are based in things that we normally see, like typewriters, cigarettes, clothing, toilets, or even tables.
In conclusion, Pop Art is an every day item that is drawn in a brash and colorful way. It is inspired by comic strips, advertising, and popular entertainment. I like this kind of art it doesn’t follow all the rules and allows us to see the reality of our world.

3 Comments on “Can you correct my speech please??? thanks?”

  1. Tammy C

    Pop Art is a new artistic concept. It is the essence of an extensive cultural movement of the sixties. Pop Art has a connection with the state of mind and of a period. It is the answer to the media slogans whose histories made history and whose models influence people. Pop Art’s culture and the way of life is associated with the sixties.
    The cultural demonstration of Pop Art was purely western; the USA was the center of this program. Pop Art artistically analyzes the fact that the World has been growing. You can see this by the capitalist and technological conditions of industrial society. The beginnings of the Pop Art were in New York and in England. The political and economic stabilization in the postwar period led to a “reassessment” of something that in general is designed as popular.
    Psychologists studied the societal consumption and created a marketing system to take a commercial advantage of the customers’ wishes; thus, getting closer to the consumers and buyers, creating products for customer’s demands and media campaigns. This affected individual behaviors and in the interpersonal relationships. Everyone could adore collecting knickknacks, reading comics, eating hot-dogs, drinking Coca-Cola, etc.
    The themes of Pop Art are based on everyday life. Pop Art captures the realities of a period, the cultural change, and the predisposition of a new generation. These themes transferd into a cultural revolution. People felt free to express themselves in this Cultural Revolution. This led to new fads and forms of expression. It is almost ridiculous that artists, critics, and educators allow themselves to be surrounded by the trivial culture. They crammed their houses with popular and nostalgic art, relics, and publicity symbols, playing with banality and enjoyed reading comics, science fiction literature, cheap novels and TV mania.
    Music and lyrics of bands such as; The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, transformed the state of mind of the young people of the sixties. It sent many into a euphoria, gave them nerve and power, and in some cases even transformed their realities. It inspired artists like Peter Blake, Richard Hamilton and Andy Warhol to design disc jackets for musical groups like The Beatles and Velvet Underground using the Pop Art style.
    Pop Art is expressed through painting, sculpture, music, cinema, photography and literature. Pop Art paintings have many styles; some of them are based on comics, other are made of a combination of collage and painting, and some of them are made at different levels. Most of the sculptures are based on things that we normally see, like; typewriters, cigarettes, clothing, toilets, or even tables.
    My conclusion is that Pop Art is an every day item that is drawn in a brash and colorful way. It is inspired by comic strips, advertising, and popular entertainment. I like this kind of art. I think that it is an art that don’t follow all the rules and allows us to see the reality of our world.References :

  2. ribby

    You should begin with a question or a reference to something that the audience might have seen, so it draws them in, and makes them feel like you’re talking to themReferences :

  3. Marina

    I made a few minor changes. I think it’s a pretty good speech. Good luck!

    Pop Art is a new artistic concept, the essence of an extensive cultural movement of the sixties. It has a connection with the state of mind of a period that is the answer to the media slogans whose histories made history and whose models influence in the people.
    This cultural demonstration was purely western, as Pop Art started in New York and in England, although USA was the center of this program. The popular culture and the way of life are associated with the sixties.
    Pop art artistically analyzes the fact that the World has been growing by the capitalist and technological conditions of the industrial society.
    The political and economic stabilization in the postwar period led to a “reassessment” of something that in general is designed as popular.
    Psychologists studied the societal consumption and created a marketing system to take a commercial advantage of the customers’ wishes thus getting closer to the consumers and buyers and creating products for costumer demand and media campaigns. This affected individual behaviors and the interpersonal relationships. Everyone could adore collecting knick-knacks, reading comics, eating hot-dogs, drinking Coca-Cola, etc., and Pop Art is based on all of these everyday life items. Pop Art captures the realities of a period and the cultural change, the predisposition of a new generation, and this culture transforms into the style and the art.
    People felt free to express themselves in this Cultural Revolution and this led to new fads and forms of expression. It is almost ridiculous that artists, critics and educators allowed themselves to be surrounded by the trivial culture and crammed their houses with popular and nostalgic art, relics, and publicity symbols, playing with banality and enjoyed reading comics, science fiction literature, cheap novels and TV mania.
    The music and the lyrics of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones translated the state of mind, the euphoria, the nerve, the power and the realities of the young people of the sixties. That’s why artists like Peter Blake, Richard Hamilton and Andy Warhol designed disc jackets for musical groups like The Beatles and Velvet Underground of course using the Pop Art style.
    Pop Art is expressed through painting, sculpture, music, cinema, photography and literature. Pop Art paintings have many styles. For example some of them are based on comics, other are made of a combination of collage and painting, and some of them are made at different levels. Most of the sculptures are based in things that we normally see, like typewriters, cigarettes, clothing, toilets, or even tables.
    In conclusion, Pop Art is an every day item that is drawn in a brash and colorful way. It is inspired by comic strips, advertising, and popular entertainment. I like this kind of art it doesn’t follow all the rules and allows us to see the reality of our world.References :

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