Pac801 Spring 2010 Practice Quiz For Test #3 On March 26.

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 281

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This is the practice quiz for the short answer section for Finkel's Test #3 Spring 2010 Philadelphia Arts and Culture.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Half of the city's foreign born population in 1880 were:
    • A. 

      Asian

    • B. 

      German

    • C. 

      Italian

    • D. 

      Eastern European

    • E. 

      Irish

  • 2. 
    Public art is a reflection of how we see the world—the artist’s response to our ______ and _____combined with our own sense of who we are.”
  • 3. 
    _____  ________ “was not only established as a permanent, non-sectarian burial place for the dead, but also as a scenic, riverside sanctuary for the living.” And was used as a recreational area for photographers, tourists, joggers, naturalists, artists, picnics and sightseeing in addition to it’s function as a cemetery.
  • 4. 
    Which photographer described himself as an art photographer:  
    • A. 

      John Moran

    • B. 

      Willam Rau

    • C. 

      Robert Cornelius

    • D. 

      M.A. Root

  • 5. 
    Between 1860 and 1920 the population ____________.
    • A. 

      Quadrupled

    • B. 

      Tripled

    • C. 

      Doubled

  • 6. 
    During the Civil War and into the new century Philadelphia expanded and evolved into the “ _________ of the World,” a nickname that references the city as an industrial center.
  • 7. 
    The "trinity" of Philadelphia industry at the turn of the century was iron/ steel, coal, and ___________.
  • 8. 
     In 1876, _______ _________the celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence through technology, expression and exuberance.
  • 9. 
    ______ ______ was a architect from the Victorian era known for his bold, muscular and eclectic designs such as Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and many banks along Chestnut Street.
  • 10. 
    ________  ________ was a business photographer hired by the Pennsylvania Railroad to take pictures that would encourage travel by rail.
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