Andy Warhol was a famous and well-respected American ‘Pop’ artist, considered even as a ‘Post Renaissance Man’ for his unique and unmatched style. Tuastad, L., & ‘Grady, L. (2013). Music therapy inside and outside prison – A freedom practice? Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 22(3), 210-232. Parts for the table were handcarved. The surface decoration is created with a chipcarving method where a knife or chisel is used to chip the surface, then the piece is cut away. It was used most often to create geometric motifs. No Man’s Land, on view in the Melvin Blake and Frank Purnell Gallery, is devoted to six artists who have each reimagined the representation of landscape, creating personal interpretations of the world around them. Working across decades, geographies and media, Luchita Hurtado, Doris Lindo Lewis, Loren MacIver, Georgia ‘Keeffe, Beverly Pepper and Kay Sage explored the metaphoric possibilities of both real and imagined landscapes, often through the use of symbols that allude to female experiences. Patient Process (exhibition catalogue). Text by Donald Doe. Grinnell, Iowa: Faulconer Gallery, Bucksbaum Center for the Arts, Grinnell College, 2001: illustrated. Cummings, Paul. A Dictionary of Contemporary American Artists. 6th ed. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1994. Opera is an art form in which singers and musicians perform a dramatic work combining text (libretto) and musical score, usually in a theatrical setting. In traditional opera, singers do two types of singing: recitative, a speech-inflected style and arias, a more melodic style. Opera incorporates many of the elements of spoken theatre, such as acting, scenery, and costumes and sometimes includes dance. Anna Netrebko – “Pie Jesu” (youtube) – Hayley Westenra – Pie Jesu (live) (youtube) – Schubert – Ave Maria (youtube) – Giacomo Puccini – Aria of Lauretta from Opera “Gianni Schicchi” (youtube). Preventive intervention models in at-risk populations have not been given adequate attention in the field of music therapy research. As a result, there is little-to-no current framework for developing evidence-based interventions in at-risk populations, especially during adolescence. This clinical case study exemplifies an emerging evidence-based framework for interventions with at-risk adolescent females and describes the outcomes of a songwriting intervention. For purposes of this study, “at-risk” has been operationally defined as an imbalance between typical developmental expectations and the increasing adverse effects on later development based on population-specific factors (Armstrong & Boothroyd, 2007; Crosnoe, Wirth, Pianta, Leventhal & Pierce, 2010; McWhirter, et al., 1998; Perry, 2006; Smokowski, Mann, Reynolds & Fraser, 2004).
Musical Composition can refer to an original piece of music, either a song or an instrumental music piece, the structure of a musical piece, or the process of creating or writing a new song or piece of music. People who create new compositions are called composers in classical music. In popular music and traditional music, the creators of new songs are usually called songwriters; with songs, the person who writes new words for a song is the lyricist. “Composition” is the act or practice of creating a song or other piece of music. Despite their mastery and innovation of the arts, the visionary women of the modern art world are rarely discussed in mainstream histories. Burns, D.S., Perkins, S.M., Tong, Y., Hilliard, R.E., & Cripe, L.D. (2015). Music therapy is associated with family perception of more spiritual support and decreased breathing problems in cancer patients receiving hospice care. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 50(2), 225-231. Kalyani, N.P., Poonam, G.G., & Shalini, K.T. (2015). Impact of intraoperative music therapy on the anesthetic requirement and stress response in laparoscopic surgeries under general anesthesia. Ain-Shams Journal of Anaesthesiology, 8(4), 580-584. Day, T., Baker, F., & Darlington, Y. (2009). Beyond the therapy room: Women’s experiences of ‘going public’ with song creations. British Journal of Music Therapy, 32(1), 19-26. This course builds on the material presented in Music Production, following the recording process through post-production tasks including mixing and mastering. Students will explore the application of informed musical judgment to the mixing process, learn about creative and technical uses of signal processing, and gain a basic understanding of the tasks involved in mastering. There, she joined a community of like-minded artists who shared not only her interest in spiritualism, but also her more liberal views on gender and sexual practice. Visitors to her Whitney exhibition will see dreamlike semi-abstractions that mingle evocations of desert landscapes with ethereal and vaguely representational forms. Pollock was also influenced by the Spanish artist Miro. Miro was part of a movement of surrealist painters. Surrealist artists thought that true art comes from a part of the mind called the unconscious. The unconscious controls the area of the mind that produces dreams. Pollock agreed with these artists that the unconscious mind was an important force in creating art. The Wall Project: Benefit Exhibition, Sculpture Center, New York, April 9-25, 1992. Dingle, G., Gleadhill, L., & Baker, F. (2008). Can music therapy engage patients in group cognitive behaviour therapy for substance abuse treatment? Drug and Alcohol Review, 27(2), 190-196.
Rivera, N. (2014). Early childhood music therapy and autism spectrum disorders: Developing potential in young children and their families. Journal of Music Therapy, 51(1), 126-129. effects of Japanese music on Japanese patients with dementia. Aigen, K. (2012). Publishing qualitative research in the Nordic Journal of Music Therapy: Guidelines for authors, reviewers, and editors for evaluating manuscripts. Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 21(2), 109-110. Composition: This is a very active, crowded pictorial space with lots of detail but no major focal point. The artist fills the frame to all the edges. Space: The artist has chosen a high point of view, overlapped objects, and changed the amount of detail and size of objects as they receded into the distance. Geldzahler, Henry. An Interview with Ellsworth Kelly.” Ellsworth Kelly The Paris Prints 1964-1965. Exh. cat. New York: Susan Sheehan Gallery, 1992. Guild Art Gallery, New York. Abstract Drawings by Arshile Gorky. 16 December 1935 – 5 January 1936. Checklist with text by Holger Cahill. Salmon, D. (2001). Music therapy as psychospiritual process in palliative care. Journal of Palliative Care, 17(3), 142-146. Susan Fillin-Yeh, Charles Sheeler: American Interiors (Yale University Art Gallery, 1987), 19, 21, 34, ill. p. 35. We now reason that anything can be art, which is no different to saying that everything is anything. 90 years later, our art galleries, art awards, and media coverage are all full of “fountains”, and the objective of our most notorious present day “artists” still appears to be enraging their audiences. Modern art has become a very weary joke. Towards Abstract Art. Exh. checklist. Edinburgh: The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, 1977. Wilmington Society of Fine Arts, DE. Exhibition of Russian Paintings and Sculpture: Realism to Surrealism. 11 – 31 January 1932. Catalogue with text by Christian Brinton. New York-based artist Cameron Rowland works with longform text, sculpture and installation to unearth histories for people of colour. This new work at the ICA – looking at how Britain profited from enslaved people in the 17th-19th centuries – is his first solo exhibition in the UK. Cernuschi, Claude. ‘Not an Illustration but the Equivalent’: A Cognitive Approach to Abstract Expressionism (includes artist’s statements). Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1997. Impressionism spawned Post Impressionism. Post-Impressionism was simultaneously an extension and rejection of Impressionism. While Impressionism had remained faithful to nature, Post Impressionism favoured brighter and more unnatural colours, and an elimination of concern for the naturalistic depiction of light and colour in favour of an emphasis on abstract qualities or symbolic content. In was, in some ways, a return to cave painting. The Post-Impressionistic movement similarly lasted little beyond the turn of the century, but had a far-reaching impact on art.
A photographic series by Parisian photo journalist Aida Tawil documenting the color of Mozambique with its colonial history and current laid-back pace. As a photojournalist, Ms. Tawil travels to distant places, speaks the local languages, and documents daily challenges. Presented are three series of images: Crossing the Zambezi, Pangane, and Ilha de Moçambique. The focus of the first series is the Zambezi River, which runs 3,540 Km and empties into the Indian Ocean. The second series documents the fishermen village of Pangane, a remote village at the Northern edge of the country on the Indian Ocean. Ilha de Moçambique, the old capital, is the subject of the third series of photographs. Global DanceFest JourneysAFRICA is proud to host the first U.S. exhibit by Aida Tawil, a visual journey complimenting the dance performers from Maputo, Mozambique, at North Fourth Art Center. Women Take the Floor seeks to acknowledge and remedy the systemic gender discrimination found in museums, galleries, the academy and the marketplace, including the MFA’s inconsistent history in supporting women artists. The exhibition also explores art and suffrage—emphasizing that both could give women a voice in their community and the world. At the same time, it recognizes that past feminist movements, including the campaign for the right to vote, were not inclusive or immune from systemic racism. By looking at 20th-century American art through the lens of modern-day feminism—which advocates for equity and intersectionality (the way an individual’s race, class, gender and other identities combine and overlap)—MFA curators hope to broaden the stories that are told during the yearlong commemoration of women’s suffrage in 2020. Theater is a collaborative form of fine art that uses live performers, typically actors or actresses , to present the experience of a real or imagined event before a live audience in a specific place, often a stage. The performers may communicate this experience to the audience through combinations of gesture , speech , song, music , and dance. Elements of art, such as painted scenery and stagecraft such as lighting are used to enhance the physicality , presence and immediacy of the experience. Nguyen, T.N., Nilsson, S., Hellstrom, A.L., & Bengtson, A. (2010). Music therapy to reduce pain and anxiety in children with cancer undergoing lumbar puncture: A randomized clinical trial. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing, 27(3), 146-155. Gimeno, M. (2010). The effect of music and imagery to induce relaxation and reduce nausea and emesis in patients with cancer undergoing chemotherapy treatment. Music and Medicine, 2(3), 174-181.