of the Performing Arts 93% of Americans agreed that the arts are extremely important in a good education for your child. There have been many studies on if the arts have any effect on the academic performance of a student. In one study it was shown that by the ages of 24-32 there was a 29% higher chance of students who were once involved with the arts to get a four year college degree than students who were not. In another study it was seen that some arts can help students in other arts. For example
to learn new things, new music knowledge and revise the music knowledge. One of the music community group in Malaysia called ‘Swara Community Arts Centre’. The goal of Swara Community Arts Centre is to develop an education for classical Indian music to who had the passion to learn. The reason for this is to creating an awareness and strengthening the art of Indian music and also enhance them in music performance skills of music community in Malaysia. This organization is to explore the Indian society
[A] work of art born on the stage lives only for a moment, and no matter how beautiful it may be it cannot be commanded to stay with us (Stanislavski, My Life in Art, 1924). In the field of arts, performance is defined as a discipline based on the body and temporality. It has multiple genealogies; in all of them, performance is an action that pushes the boundaries set by the disciplines from which it spins off. In the context of visual arts, performance arises as part of the dematerialization
gender-biased attitude of her husband and rejects to adapt to the socially approved role of mother and wife. Elaine decided to live an independent life with her daughter, and completely dedicates herself to painting and joins in several women meetings and arts shows (Mehta 189-190). On the other hand, Elaine often resolves her unpleasant situations by leaving – previously she leaves the group of her oppressors, next she leaves Josef and then she leaves her life in Toronto – her marriage, Jon and Cordelia
separated departments or, in most cases, specialised universities. However, there is the case of multidisciplinary courses, such as International Studies, which draw upon all three forms of science and show a possible connection between each. This essay will outline the differences in the three sciences and their specific approach to knowledge, as to demonstrate the relevancy and usefulness of their distinctive disciplines in multidisciplinary courses.
October 15, 1844, in Röcken bei Lützen. Nietzsche was known for his writings on good and evil, the end of religion in modern society and the concept of a “super-man”. Nietzsche is regarded as a major influence on 20th century philosophy, theology and art. His ideas on individuality, morality and the meaning of existence contributed to the thinking of philosophers Martin Heidegger and Michel Foucault. Nietzsche introduces the “sovereign individual” as a person who is able to make promises because he
Much of Williams’ most acclaimed work was adapted for the cinema. He also wrote short stories, poetry, essays and a volume of memories. In 1979, four years before his death, Williams was inducted into the American Theatre Hall of Fame. He comments on Carson’s writing: Carson’s major theme: the huge importance and nearly insoluble problems of human love
Funerary rites for inanimate objects, known as Kuyo, are commonplace in Japan. They are by far the most varied form of mortuary rites the country has. The format it takes differs greatly from the memorials for deceased people. Only the people who have an attachment to the item are involved in its Kuyo. While some Kuyos are performed for religious items most are for everyday items such as eyeglasses and tea whisks. Kuyos are performed by either setting up memorial stones or by holding a ceremony.
is the desire to go deep within ourselves and explore how we can artistically and critically materialize the intimate relationship between our body/mind and the arts. Some of the situated questions we will raise are, for example: What aesthetic principles underlie and inform our practices? How do we see the boundaries between Design, Art, Photography and our lives? What is our relation to light, darkness, and color? How do we acknowledge our construction of reality through our senses and lenses?
influence on the field of psychology as we know it today. The child development theories put forward by both Jean Piaget and Erik Erikson have had substantial impacts on contemporary child psychology, early childhood education, and play therapy. In this essay, I aim to highlight the contribution of these two theorists in their study of various developmental stages, the differences and similarities in their theories, and their contributions to the theory and practice of play therapy. Jean Piaget Jean