American contemporary artist, Jasper Johns, Jr., was born on May 15, 1930, in Augusta, Georgia. Whitney Museum of Art, New York. Collection in Context: Gorky’s Betrothals. 6 October 1993 – 9 January 1994. Traveled to the Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT, 1 February – 10 April 1994; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, 24 April – 19 June 1994. Brochure with texts by Adam D. Weinberg, Paul Schimmel, and Klaus Kertess. Carr, C., Odell-Miller, H., & Priebe, S. (2013). A systematic review of music therapy practice and outcomes with acute adult psychiatric in-patients. PloS One, 8(8). gives better effects to Japanese patients than Classical music. Ciccone Marco Matteo (2010) “Feasibility and effectiveness of a disease and care management model in the primary health care system for patients with heart failure and diabetes (Project Leonardo).” Vascular health and risk management 6: 297. Street, A.J., Magee, W.L., Odell-Miller, H., Bateman, A., & Fachner, J.C. (2015). Home-based neurologic music therapy for upper limb rehabilitation with stroke patients at community rehabilitation stage – A feasibility study protocol. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9, 480. Art on Paper 2014: The 43rd Exhibition (exhibition catalogue). Greensboro: Weatherspoon Art Museum, the University of North Carolina, 2014: illustrated. Lullaby or cradle song, is a soothing song or piece of music, usually played for or sung to children. Kushnir, J., Friedman, A., Ehrenfeld, M., & Kushnir, T. (2012). Coping with preoperative anxiety in cesarean section: physiological, cognitive, and emotional effects of listening to favorite music. Birth, 39(2), 121-127. Aug. 5-8. Ages 5-15. Have a young artist at home? Wondering what careers are available in the arts? Young artists will wear various hats this week, from graphic designer to printmaker to fiber artist and more. These roles will offer students a taste of what an artist can do after completing school. Students will continuously work on projects throughout the week ending in an art installation on the final day. Makers may take home all work at the conclusion of the last session. $85. 803-772-3336. Colegrove, V. (1995). The use of taped music with validation techniques to support the imagery of a disoriented older woman with multi-infarct dementia and glaucoma: A case study. The New Zealand Journal of Music Therapy, 42-45. Meanwhile, other types of music been used in attempts to prevent crime, according to musicologist Lily E. Hirsch’s book Music in American Crime Prevention and Punishment.” Hirsch wrote about how classical music was used to deter loitering in her hometown of Santa Rosa, California. In 1996, she wrote, city leaders decided to play classical music to clear young people from the city’s Old Courthouse Square. Many teens didn’t enjoy the music, according to Hirsch, and left the area, which encouraged the city to keep the background music playing. The effectiveness of music as a crime prevention measure has to do with sound’s construction of who we are but also with who we are not, wrote Hirsch, a visiting scholar at California State University, Bakersfield. We often identify with music based on who we think we are. If you see classical music as music of the fancy, white elite, you might think, ‘I am not any of those things,’ and then disassociate yourself from the music,” leading to, for example, leaving this area, she said. In this situation, people identify themselves in the negative — namely, who they are not — through certain music, Hirsch explained. People are still surprised by this usage of music, she added. But music has always been used in a variety of ways, positive and negative,” Hirsch said.