The Performing Arts and Digital Reproduction
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One cannot be heard to say that digital reproduction has not made contributions to art, due to the fine detail and comfort that characterizes it. On the other hand a rare aspect of art that connects the artist with the audience remains centrally bound to the original intent of aesthetic mission of art, only found in performing arts.
Passage to Modernity Dupre
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The transition to one epoch to another is a controversial and blurry terrain. At the early stages of modernism, medieval ideas still lingered while new conceptions of nature, form, human, and divinity arose. There are as many similarities as there are differences between these two ages.The perception of nature changed at the early modern age, and this transformed the conception of God and of man.
Vincent Van Gogh at the National Gallery of Art
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To understand, Van Gogh`s vision of color, painting technique, use of impasto and evidence of brushstrokes which takes on greater meaning and expression, you must understand not only his own biography and mental illness, but also the relationships with other artists, particularly Gauguin to understand what influenced the creation of his own art.
Art History
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“Third-Class Carriage” by Honore Daumier as an oil on canvas also used dramatization. There are overlapping characters and a dramatic use of color and intensity of light because it is such a darkly ‘lit’ painting. There is a dramatic contrast between what is light and dark in the painting. 
Comparing Pre-Colombian and African Art
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So this common feature should help to understand the major differences and similarities in the way African and Pre-Columbian artists were creating their artwork. According to the information given by the Denver Art Museum, the Egungun Mask of an unknown artist was created for ceremonial use in Abeokuta, Nigeria.
Portraying paintings
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There are a couple of interesting things to note about the image, which relate to its sense of urgency. The first is the careful selection of the objects portrayed in the painting. First, there is a canister, books, a seashell, and an oil lamp—very basic things of every day life that you might find in one’s home.
Romanesque Art
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It, however, stirred a great deal of spiritual vehemence that culminated in great building programs that are featured fervently in Romanesque art and architecture. Upon safe return, the crusades who upended the nobility of Europe build churches as a way of thanking God while those who never returned were commemorated by their families.
What impact, if any, are sculpture parks and gardens having on the art world of today?
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Sculpture parks and gardens have had an amazing impact on the art world in recent decades. It is only in the past couple of decades that sculpture parks and sculpture gardens have sprung up throughout the world as one of the fastest growing segments in the art museum world.
Van Gogh's The Starry Night
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‘The starry night’ is a painting by the Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh. ‘Starry night’ got painted by Van Gogh in 1889 while he was in an asylum at Saint Remy. The painting is currently on location in New York and is owned by the museum of modern art.
Sergei Diaghilev and His Impact on the Arts
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The essay highlights Sergei Diaghilev's impact on the arts. While at St Petersburg, he was a student of law and shortly composition of music. At this time he joined artists related to Bakst and Benois where he was co-founder of a review of art which ran from 1899 up to 1904. He was Imperial Theatres’ director’s assistant around 1899 to 1901.
Asian art
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With the lacquer layer working to reflect any light that penetrates through the gold layer, this statue would have gleamed in any kind of illumination, presenting its viewers with a dazzling display of unearthly beauty and light that would chase itself and play along the different curves, angles and lines of the various sections of the piece.
Modernist Art - A New Approach in Theatre
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This paper analyzes new approach in the theater and modern. Modernism is all about finding and legitimizing the connections between human emotions and physical conceptions as these conceptions are identified and expressed. Scholars define modernity as “a condition of living imposed upon individuals by modernization.
A Proposal for the City of New York, the Avant-Garde, and Current Art Practices
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Krzysztof Wodiczko’s work is situated at the end of a long line of avant-garde art that attempts to disrupt the patterns of daily existence. While his work remains mysterious and malleable to the point that characterizing it through a definitive methodology is impossible, significant themes of Marxist expression carried through a myriad of artistic lenses are identifiable.
Vincent Van Gogh his artwork and life
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To describe a painting is more difficult than to create a painting. Reading the description provided by the artist reveal both- artist’s life as creator of the painter and also as a man. One could see the integration of his love for nature and his spiritual religion in all his paintings. A subtle, critical mind can unfailingly observe these traits of Vincent Van Gogh.
The Message of Art Matters
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Various forms of art are seen hanging on the walls of museum, in the many ceilings of old churches, in the array of notes in a musical composition, in the curves of a statue, in the intricate and calculated lines of the architectural work, in the historical fast sketches in cave walls, or even on a black and white doodle in the lowliest paper canvass.
The Development of African Dance
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There is not one single kind of African dance. There exist differences in the dances from different regions in Africa; however, there are similarities that run through them. According to Myrna Munchus-Bullock, there are styles and movements commonly shared among them that were probably important in creating understanding among tribes.
Dramaturgy
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The author of the text touches upon the dramaturgy, meaning that it is our life. To prove this statement the author provides the idea of Erving Goffman who argued that individuals play a variety of roles in their everyday lives and interactions, as a performer would act in a stage play.
Fences by Augusta Wilson
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He is a typically drawn tragic hero and is considered as one of the greatest characters of American Stage. He is a person believing in fictious world by creating self illusions.
Entertainment At Its Peak: Vaudeville
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Vaudeville was an “institutionalization” of these simpler entertainment forms on a whole new, Americanized level. Theaters became corporate chains, managers controlled acts and assets, and agents sprang up to represent multiple performers to theater managers.
Works of Vincent Van Gogh and Claude Monet
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The two famous painters Claude Monet and Vincent Van Gogh are still remembered today due to the excellent piece of artworks they produced.This paper compares appropriate works of art of Vincent Van Gogh and Claude Monet.
Arthur Miller
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The author points out that through understanding of the various types of work Miller has engaged in, it is possible to discuss the aspects of Miller’s work that have made him famous some of which are the reasons he stands out as being an outstanding author. Miller is known for his work as a playwright and some notable works in other areas as well.
Director/Choreographers and the Impact of the Role on Development of Musical Theatre
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Directors later on started to also work as choreographers and this gave them increased control over the entire creative process.
Mathematical Golden Ratio in Nature, Music and Sex
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Artful incorporation of mathematics in various thoughtfully developed ideas has had an amazing result of aesthetics. Mathematics is the most applicable discipline across all systems in the universe that man can try to comprehend; at least Einstein, a contemporary genius worked tirelessly to reveal the universality of mathematics.
The Act of Design
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One fundamental concept mentioned in the first article is to use critical thinking in order to have a successful problem-solving process, using focused knowledge based on facts and ease in using these facts to the problem at hand. Another powerful concept is to see things differently, with a new perspective.
Performance Art
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The hall was packed with the audience, all waiting to hear and see the performance of the groups participating in the music festival. Within a short time, the first anticipated group get in, and they take their positions in the podium it is a traditional dance presentation. It incorporates dancing and singing that is well orchestrated to bring the movements.
Performing Arts - Film and Drama
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This paper discusses the essential differences between two art forms – film and drama. To better illustrate the distinction between these genres, George Bernard Shaw’s play “Man and Superman” and John le Carre’s novel “The Constant Gardener” are juxtaposed. Differentiation of these two branches is based on a number of basic elements.
David Bowie and Performativity
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This paper thoroughly examines gender issues by studying an example of David Bowie's “Queen Bitch”. It is stated that what is known as gender is not merely an expression of an essential identity, but is a system of social signs creating the illusion of gender through repeated per formative behaviors.
Efa Studio Membership
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I am constantly on the lookout for opportunities where I can further my profession as an artist, and participate in an exchange of ideas, intellect and creativity with other like-minded individuals.
Performance and Interpretation
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The Play of Truth & State are together helpful, complete studies of historical drama, for example, neither devotes important, sustained notice to the marvelous crash World War II has had on plays and productions portray historical events. Dramatic Representations of the Past in Contemporary Theatre makes a significant payment to the study of historical drama by recognize that "the Shoah has challenged and even fundamentally changed several of our ideas of history and historiography" and investigative how those challenges and changes are reproduce in almost a dozen post-World War II productions(American Ethnologist, 559-584).
Freedom of speech and expression
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However, when we recall that both Goebbels and Stalin were in favor of freedom of speech we should consider the complexity of the debate. Nevertheless, our essay will not claim to cover all the different aspects of such a difficult and rich subject. We will focus on a few examples of music and songs that supposedly encouraged its audience to commit tragic acts.
The Trio Sonata in the Baroque Period
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The start of the Classic Era is blurred by the continuation of the Baroque basso continuo practice right to the end of the century. And the close of the era is still more blurred, by the absence even of such innovations in scoring and texture as those at the start . Since history is always in transition, any division into periods, however necessary.
Social and Psychological Theories in the depiction of the Wannsee meeting in the film "Conspiracy"
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The film shows the officials nonchalantly discussing mass-murder over lunch, as if on a boardroom meeting of some company, only here they are arguing the method of execution. It highlights the cold, calm disposition in which the murders are planned and discussed.
Vincent Van Gogh : Portrait of a Peasant
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As Van Gogh matured he found he liked painting stuff that effected him emotionally. He then decided that painting is what he wanted for a living. He moved to Paris. He lived with Theo his relative in Montmartre, an artists' quarter of Paris. The move had a crucial role in the development of his painting style.
Passion for arts
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The French philosopher Denis Diderot once said, “Only passions, great passions can elevate the soul to great things.” It is my overpowering passion for the arts which strongly motivates me to further explore its exquisiteness and intricacy because this has been instrumental in my personal growth and development.
Cultural and Critical Perspectives of Rock-N-Roll
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Music has always been an integral part of social life. Study of any particular form of music draws parallels with the study of society and civilization in general. The era of slavery and western imperialism has given birth to the several mediums of expression such as music and carnivals.
Analyse the opening sequence of desperate housewives
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And here is no ordinary animation, it is a subversion and transformation of meaning where famous paintings in the history of art are manipulated as paradigms in the age-old equations between man and woman. While creating this animation, the design studio yU + co have stuck to the core concept of the series, of conveying the anguish of the feminine mind through humor, by turning iconic artwork into pop-ups.
U2: How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb
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In 1987, U2 released their first big CD titled "Joshua Tree." "Joshua Tree" put U2 on the music map with hits like "With or Without You" and "Where the Streets have no Name." U2 continued to evolve throughout the 90s and burst back onto the scene in 2000 with the album "All that You Leave Behind." Now, U2 is making a comeback with "How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb." It is their first big studio album in about four years.
Rock and Roll vs Rap
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Its success led to a dilution, as promoters were quick to attach the label to other commercial pop, and original stars such as Elvis Presley were diverted into ballads more in keeping with previous ideas of pop. The excitement and drive of the music was not forgotten, and there was a widening diversification of styles.
Drama and Irish Society
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Making History’ written by Brian Friel and ‘Vernon God Little’ authored by DBC Pierre are the two extremely engrossing plays drafted by two different writers and delving on times, characters and events that stand way apart in their context and salient features like social and political mores and circumstances.
The Juxtaposition of Violence and Comedy
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112). With its absurdly melodramatic situations and grim comic elements, this 'tragedy is excessive by nature, the horror is brought out into the open, and with an appallingly free reign gives way to untold violence' (Lorant, 1995, p. 18). This is an odd tale of a series of acts of revenge (Sutherland, 1983, p.
Musical Orientalism
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A further refinement would come if such things as the differing musical characters of the Spanish and Argentine tangos were distinguished, but this is about as far as Orientalism can go, because representations rely upon culturally learned recognition. The peculiar achievement of Orientalism is, of course, that it gives rise to misrecognition.
Seven Names for Seven Dwarves
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It was from my recollection of this version that I was able to recall the names of the dwarves: Doc, Grumpy, Dopey, Bashful, Sleepy, Happy, and Sneezy. The task seemed simple enough at first glance: write down on a sheet of paper the names of the Seven Dwarves.
Masquerades
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It is a head dress. But it is not considered an external part. It is part and parcel of the human body. It is a beauty that is not skin deep. It pervades the human soul to the wearer. You do not consider a masquerade as an inanimate object. It is the core of the human soul (Lamp, Frederick; 2010).
Digital technology
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Some directors seem to prefer to use digital technology only when it's appropriate and needed. Others seem to rely on digital technology a little too much, using it when other proven methods could have been considered. The biggest advocate for the use of digital effects in the movie industry has been George Lucas.
The History of Program Music and its Composers
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As musicians wanted to build a bridge between literature and music, this essay describes the "programme music", that is created out of various sounds from animals and nature like tweets, cuckoos, toots, shrieks, cries, horns blowing, hiccups, roars, rain pouring, wind blowing and the like are being used to form a story or a plot.
Poets of the 18th century
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"For instance, we recognize the intrigues by means of which favors and promotions were obtained at Ann's court" (Taralunga, 2003: 132). Satire against the warlike attitudes of England and the Europeans is threaded through Gulliver's second voyage, in which the easily overpowering giants abhor war over all other things.
Change Stages and Strategies in Popular Culture
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When one partner decides to end the relationship, it can be especially difficult for the rejected lover to let go and move on. Change cannot occur unless a transition takes place, and "psychological transition depends on letting go of the old reality and the old identity you had before the change took place" (Bridge 4).
Bill Fontana
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Bill Fontana can well be considered a phenomenal 20th century classical composer, who had the ability to captivate his audience by composing tunes which were in sync with the persona of all who cared to attend his concert. Bill Fontana was born in the year 1947 and while his birthplace was in Cleveland Ohio, his music is known internationally for its pioneering effort to showcase symphony as a form of art.
George Lucas THX 1138 and Aldous Huxleys Brave New World
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In both works state uses these methods to control population, desires and social relations. THX 1138 and Brave New World both explore the dangers of mind control and manipulation through drugs and technology in the tradition of dystopian literature. Dystopian literature gives the false impression of utopian societies but as the plot moves along it becomes clear that repression of human rights, mind and physical control merely mask widespread unhappiness and unrest.
Science Fiction
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From Frankenstein’s monster we evolve with a genre of beings that are partly man and partly machine. These beings are subject to the same intelligence and information as man but have capabilities many times more than the ordinary albeit strongest man. They have the same success and failures as we do, they laugh, they cry and etc.
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