Galerie Blue Square is dedicated to celebrating the talents of artists inspired by the principles and philosophies of the Russian avant-garde. Zharinova-Sanderson, (2004). Promoting Integration and Socio-cultural Change: Community Music Therapy with Traumatised Refugees in Berlin. In M. Pavlicevic & G. Ansdell (Eds.), Community Music Therapy (pp. 233-248). London: Jessica Kingsley. The capitals are all made of Proconnesian marble. They were carved into a roughed out state at the quarry and shipped to the building site where they were finished. The design is so delicate that enormous care must have been given to their movement during the building and finishing of the church. In Byzantine times the background was painted a bright, royal blue and the relief was gilded. In this example below you can still see the blue paint. To learn more about the columns and capitals of Hagia Sophia go here. Vladimir Nasedkin + Andrey Chegin will be in Hong Kong for the opening of their exhibition at Erarta Galleries Opening reception is on 28 January 2016. Jones, J.A. (2014). Health musicking in Skiffle Steel Orchestra: Thoughts on collaboration between community music therapy and medical ethnomusicology. International Journal of Community Music, 7(1), 129-144. This is a fascinating book published to coincide with a major exhibition of abstract art at the Estorick Collection. The publication looks at the development of abstraction in Italy between 1930 and 1980. Line: Marks are vigorous and strong, sometimes repeated, going in different directions. There is some smudging, some stabbing, twisting, and variation in weight. Colour: Strong, uneven in application, blurred at edges, sometimes dotted. A very active surface, not at all still or quiet. Movement: The viewer’s eye is directed in an oval or circular path. Balance: Asymmetrical. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. Arshile Gorky 1904 – 1948: A Retrospective. 24 April – 19 July 1981. Traveled to the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, TX, 11 September – 8 November 1981; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA, 3 December 1981 – 28 February 1982. Catalogue with text by Diane Waldman. The results showed that while 58.33% of CI recipients preferred child voices, 71.61% of NH children preferred adult voices. For preferred singers, a greater portion of both groups preferred female singers over male singers. For preferred frequency range, both of CI and NH groups preferred higher frequency. Among vocal only, instrumental only, vocal and instrumental music, 91.67% of CI recipients and 73.55% of NH children were found to prefer vocal and instrumental music. With regard to preferred musical styles, while CI children gave the highest rating (M= 3.58) to Korean folk songs on the 5-point Likert scale, popular music and TV and soundtrack music were found to be the highest-rated styles (M= 3.83) for NH children.
Ahessy, B. (2015). Creating Community Through Song: A Music Therapy Choir for Older Adults. In S. L. Brooke & C. E. Myers (Eds.), The Use of Creative Therapies in Treating Depression. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C Thomas Publisher. Hi Bob, I always remember the first time I saw one of Monet’s huge water lily paintings in one of the London galleries. I was only a teenager, but I was literally awe-struck. What a fine artist he was. ContoursFx nail polish making party. Mix your own favorite color. Trione, Vincenzo. Chroma – Passages à travers la couleur.” Le Monochrome de Malevich à aujourd’hui. Exh. cat. Paris: Edition du Regard, 2004: 177-221. The text is also published in a Spanish edition for the Madrid venue of the exhibition. Examines the significance of gender to the experience of and access to participation in music making, listening, the music industries, and cultural recognition. Surveys how gender differences have been constructed, enacted, and contested in historical and contemporary musical cultures and develops critical lenses for analyzing musical representations of gender difference and their social impact. Considers how gender intersects with racial and sexual identities in music and its institutional structures. Uses case studies drawn from a variety of contexts, such as classical (Bizet’s Carmen”), popular (Beyoncé), film (Star Wars”), and avant-garde (Yoko Ono). After graduating from the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Pachpute assisted artist Tushar Joag and, in 2011, joined the Clark House Initiative—an artists’ collective which comprised Sachin Bonde, Nikhil Raunaq, Rupali Patil, Yogesh Barve, Poonam Jain and Amol Patil besides curators and co-founders Sumesh Sharma and Zasha Colah. Besides the thought-provoking conversations, Pachpute found the equality between curator and artist, refreshing”. Within a collective, each artist would help the other out. Gerald Peters Gallery, Dallas, TX. Gerald Peters Modern: In Celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Gerald Peters Gallery, Dallas. 7 July – 29 August 2006. Catalogue. In the 1950s the British cultural scene changed forever as British youth went wild as rock-n-roll and youth culture swept the country. London’s Fashion and Textile Museum investigates this craze in an exhibition titled: POP! Design Culture Fashion. Lee, E.J., Bhattacharya, J., Sohn, C., & Verres, R. (2012). Monochord sounds and progressive muscle relaxation reduce anxiety and improve relaxation during chemotherapy: A pilot EEG study. Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 20(6), 409-416. Philbin, Ann. Drawn from Artists’ Collections. Exh. cat. New York: The Drawing Center, 1999.