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The history of art can be traced back to cave paintings of about 15000 BC. Baker, F. (2011). Facilitating Neurological Reorganization through Music Therapy: A Case of Modified Melodic Intonation Therapy in the Treatment of a Person with Aphasia. In A. Meadows (Ed.), Developments in Music Therapy Practice: Case Study Perspectives (pp. 280-296). Gilsum, NH: Barcelona. Rickson, D., Molyneux, C., Ridley, H., Castelino, A., & Upjohn-Beatson, E. (2015). Music therapy with people who have Autism Spectrum Disorder – Current practice in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Music Therapy, 13, 8-32. Haunch of Venison, New York. Abstract Expressionism: A World Elsewhere. 12 September – 12 November 2008. Catalogue. Like literature, music has also a language of its own and the notes produced whether in abstract melody or any composition has some message to convey or some mood to create. Speaking metaphorically, the notes and nuances of musical sounds which ultimately … Read the rest

Exclusive: Laycon Speaks on the impact of his music sessions in BBNaija house

Nigerian Rapper and BBN season 5 winner, OlamilekanLaycon’ Agbeleshe talks to Notjustok correspondent about Big Brother Nigeria and his Music.


In the video released on the 7th of October, the reality TV star and latest ambassador of Ogun state talked about his intention for entering the house in the first place which for him is to majorly promote his music. This was why he was intentional with it at every chance he got but one thing he was not prepared for the result of that plan and how his music got him the iconic fans he’s presently proud to call his and him theirs.

He said;

I was just looking to stand out. I didn’t know how people were going to react to it may be positively or negatively, but I just knew I wanted that to happen. I wanted to spark a conversation. But I

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Using Shattered Ceramics, Artist Bouke de Vries Revitalizes Found Porcelain in New Sculptures

All images © Bouke de Vries, shared with permission

Bouke de Vries (previously) refers to some of his porcelain sculptures as “three-dimensional still lifes.” The artist, who was born in the Netherlands and now lives in London, creates sprawling assemblages that resemble a classic bowl of fruit or table setting frequently found in Dutch art. “I compose these pieces as, after the painter has finished with them, the ceramics get broken and decayed, and I breathe new life into them. The butterfly in still life is a symbol for the resurrection in (the) way I see what I do through my work,” he tells Colossal. In de Vries’s works, though, the seemingly mundane scenes are fractured with bursting ceramics, encroaching insects, and decaying fruit.

The artist began working with porcelain as a restorer for 15 years before embarking on his own practice, which begins with a search for … Read the rest

Frieze London Sales: $3.5 M. Mark Bradford Highlights Flood of Purchases at Partly Digital Fair

Around this time in past years, collectors and art-world elite would have been seen congregating at the Frieze art fair in London’s Regent’s Park. But that isn’t the case this year, with the coronavirus having forced the cancelation of most art fairs, including Frieze London and its sister edition Frieze Masters. The fairs must go on, however, and Frieze London and Frieze Masters have now moved most of their offerings online. A total of 250 galleries are participating in the digital iteration, which launched today in VIP previews. It’s set to have its public run from October 9 to October 16.

Frieze is responding to the shifting digital landscape of the art market, which is still experiencing uncertainty due to the pandemic. This online edition provides vendors a platform to exhibit online-offline showcases, bringing works featured both in viewing rooms and in current exhibitions up at physical gallery locations.

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Download and customize slideshows, worksheets, and other resources for use in the classroom or self-guided learning. Oh, Martie, people always make a fuss about languages because a language is a big part of identity (and ownership). They may (and will) resist, revolt and make artificial rules, but in the end, the practical aspect of communication wins. Specializes in Face painting, Airbrush, Body Paint, Glitter Arts, & Stilt Walking. Sung, H.C., Lee, W.L., Li, T.L., & Watson, R. (2012). A group music intervention using percussion instruments with familiar music to reduce anxiety and agitation of institutionalized older adults with dementia. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 27(6), 621-627. Xavier Fourcade, Inc., New York. Arshile Gorky: Important Paintings and Drawings. 3 – 28 April 1979. Catalogue. 4. According to Carl Holty, when Kandinsky went to Russia in 1914 and due to the war was unable to return to Munich, Hofmann had charge of … Read the rest


Jean Arp, also known as Hans Arp, was a German-French painter, sculptor, and poet. Is it for a special occasion, a charity fundraiser or possibly as a unique photographic gift for your partner? Whatever the reason it’s decision time. Fer, Briony. Outside In.” Ellsworth Kelly: Outside In. Exh. cat. New York: Matthew Marks Gallery, 2015. Universities around the world establish clinics on campus for various uses, including research, opportunities for those in the community to receive services, as well as for students to gain experiences in their field. The purpose of this study was to survey universities with on-campus music therapy clinics to examine and describe the following: (a) number of clients served, (b) groups or individual services primarily offered, (c) if part- or full-time board certified music therapists are employed by the clinic, (d) if board certified music therapists employed are considered university employees, (e) how payment rates, if … Read the rest

Toyin Ores releases Afro-fusion project 'Anesthetic'

From California to Lagos via Pennsylvania, Nigerian returnee, Toyin Ores drops a fresh 12-track Afro-fusion project “Anesthetic.”

Toyin Ores releases Afro-fusion project ‘Anesthetic’

Toyin Ores is an Afro-fusion artist who grew up in Lagos, spent his college years in the United States, and is now based in Ikeja, Lagos.

Anesthetic is a 12-track project that serves to paint a special aesthetic of returning to Lagos after years of being abroad, and re-adjusting to night time life in the precarious city as a young artist based on the mainland.

It features a fresh crop of underground Afro-Fusion artists like NU and Yoshiii, and rappers from Toyin’s college (Penn State University) association like Gaël, Angie On Mars, and Shalom Dubas – who serves a vivid 2 part verse on the idiosyncratic project closer.

Toyin Ores – Anesthetic – FANLINK


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Eerie Photographs Reveal the Unseen Ruins of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone in a New Book

A tame fox poses in front of the sign pointing the way to Pripyat from the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. All images © Darmon Richter/FUEL Publishing, shared with permission

After embarking on both permitted and illegal ventures into the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, British writer and photographer Darmon Richter was able to document the ghostly ruins and abandoned structures throughout the hazardous region. He captures eerie Cold War-era relics in a series of mysterious photographs, including a paint-curling mural venerating Soviet heroes and the room where the initial malfunction, which decimated an area now part of Belarus, Ukraine, and Russia, occurred in 1986. Decades later, the nuclear disaster still is considered one of the worst catastrophes throughout history.

Published by FUEL, Chernobyl: A Stalkers’ Guide encompasses Richter’s unprecedented access to the mysterious zone in its 248 pages. The volume is available from the publisher or for pre-order on BookshopRead the rest

The Art of Animal Liberation

Two rabbits in Lin May Saeed’s Beriln studio.

When I first visited Lin May Saeed’s Berlin apartment/studio two years ago, the Iraqi-German artist and animal liberation activist was in the process of carving a polystyrene sculpture as two large rabbit roommates hopped around, enjoying the nontoxic snow-like flakes that were falling to the floor. That sculpture was Girl with Cat (2019), which depicts a young woman kneeling next to her feline companion, whose large, slender body resembles those of the cats found in hieroglyphs and ancient statuettes. Saeed told me that the work was inspired by the late German activist and sociologist Birgit Mütherich, whose 2003 essay, “The Social Construction of the Other: On the Sociological Question of the Animal,” reveals that the cat-worshipping ancient Egyptians had no word for “animal.” For the sculpture’s debut at the Jacky Strenz gallery in Frankfurt last year, Saeed, who in 2001 graduated … Read the rest

Best New Music: Simi – Niniola – Tekno – Olamide – Naira Marley

Here’s this week’s roundup of best new songs released on the Afrobeats scene.

Follow NotJustOk’s specially curated playlist on Spotify – Afrobeats Hits.

Best New Music: Simi – Niniola – Tekno – Olamide – Naira Marley

Best New Music is our weekly roundup of songs to listen to. 


Simi ft. Adekunle Gold – Bites The Dust 

Simi recently shared the Restless II EP, a quite different sound from her Soul/Folk styles of the past. This duet with hubby Adekunle Gold is a standout, a lyrical take on infidelity from both lover’s angles. 


Basketmouth ft. Show Dem Camp & Oxlade – Myself 

We never expected a music album from Basketmouth but it’s on the way and from this first single, it’ll be hot! The palmwine music vibe of SDC is present on this record. Oxlade comes through with those ethereal vocals to complete the home run. 


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