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Performing Arts

History of local Performing Arts In the 19th century, the performing arts were provided to the American public exclusively by commercial or amateur artists and organizations. Unlike Europe during this period, there was essentially no government support of the arts and very little tradition of upper-class patronage. (1) Most performing arts groups were for-profit enterprises managed by individual owners. They made little distinction between the high arts and popular arts in terms of either programming...

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Sports vs Performing Arts

Should the performing arts receive equal as sports? The performing arts have been proven to increase a child's mind. Yet sports keep the mind and body strong. This is a debate that has being going on for the past 20 years. On whether funding should be used to fund sports or the performing arts. People argue for both sides. Today I am arguing for the performing arts. Music education being the right of all children it must be taught in appropriate ways suggested by the geographical cultural...

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The History of the Kennedy Center of Performing Arts

politics, but for our contribution to the human spirit." The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts has a unique history; it started out as a National Cultural Center, developed into The Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, and today serves as the nation's busiest arts facility. In the beginning years of existence, America had very little if any governmental assistance for the performing arts. The government funded their money elsewhere. President John Adams had wrote, "I must study politics...

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4 Disciplines of Visual and Performing Arts

Visual and performing arts enrich our lives in a variety of ways. They entertain us, educate us about the world, let us see our world in a different way, and help us record our world for future generations. There are many different forms of visual and performing arts. In this essay, I will discuss painting, music, theater, and dance. Painting is the art of putting a medium on a flat surface with a brush. The mediums used to do this are as vast as the artist themselves. Some of these mediums...

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Centre of Arts

III. Situation Analysis Company Analysis The goal for “The Center of Arts” is to provide a hands-on experience for Brock students, high school students, and community users as an educational and cultural resource. It also has a goal of successfully attracting thousands of visitors annually to Brock University. While at The Center of Arts, it focuses on stimulating the cultural interest in the arts within the Niagara Region through its live performances and professional entertainment. One of the...

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Overview of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts New York City is one of the leading cultural cities in America and the world. Various arts institutions and events are located through out the city and bring in large audiences. Among these institutions one stands out to be a leader. The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (LCPA) is a 16.3 acre complex of buildings in New York City’s Lincoln Square neighborhood. The LCPA was built as a part of the “Lincoln Square Renewal Project” in the 1950’s. John...

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Performing Arts

Vini-Ann Alexander University of Phoenix ARTS/100 – Introduction to the Visual and Performing Arts December 5, 2012 Irene Albalat ...

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Topic: What Is More Beneficial Arts or Sports?

to study and finish the homework in order to play. SPORTS IN CREATIVITY Sports can also teach creativity, look at the strategies that coaches come up with for winning games. SPORTS IN EVERYDAY LIFE Sports are marginally more useful than art. They get the edge because of the teamwork that they teach and because the lessons learned in sports seem to me to be more easily applicable to everyday life. The other thing you learn from sports is to think on your feet. If you're playing hockey...

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Dynamics of High Performing Organizations

The Dynamics of High Performing Organizations: Managing the Human Side of Business Sharon Williams Article Critique February 07, 2012 Dr. Steven Cates Columbia Southern University The Dynamics of High Performing Organizations Managing the Human Side of Business Bibliographic Citation Cascio, W., & Boudreau, J. (2011). The Dynamics of High Performing Organizations: Managing the Human Side of Business. Journal, American Management Association. Volume 40, Issue 4, Pages...

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Genre of Clowning (Theatre, Drama, Arts)

The Genre Of Clowning The genre of clowning actually originates from Greece, where satires had begun originating slowly as time went by. The art of satire was challenged throughout the years to form the various forms of clowning we have today. A clown must have certain abilities or skills to master its comedy upon the audience. It is a profession that requires delicate detail, precise movements, and of course a reaction. The costume for every type of comedy is extremely different. Commedia...

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