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In the not-so-recent past, when someone wanted to buy art, they had to walk into a gallery in a major city. Gold et al. 58 studying the dose-response relationship in music therapy have shown that dosage was a highly significant predictor, with the number of sessions explaining 73{665e5bb4999eb4b63bc5cf86855959e213eef9597fcb7384ae9a16de7fc2db97} of the variance in effects on depressive symptoms; whereas design and disorder showed no relation to the effect size. This finding implies that more number of sessions of music therapy is required to treat depressive symptoms irrespective of the underlying disorder. 24. ^ For example, if elderly people lived in a retirement home, a standard daily routine or common everyday activities were seen as usual or regular treatment. If, on the other hand, a resting period (e.g., Chan et al., 2012 ) was carried out simultaneously, this was interpreted as an (non-music”) alternative. NOTE: The 1960s is generally seen as the decade when artistic values gradually changed, from “modernist” to “postmodernist”. This means that for a period of time both sets of values co-existed with each other. Rhona Hoffman Gallery, founded as Young Hoffman Gallery in 1976, recently moved from its longtime home in the West Loop to burgeoning strip of galleries in West Town. Specializing in international contemporary art in all media, particularly of the socio-political variety, Rhona Hoffman exhibits young and emerging artists alongside established ones. Early on, it was one of the first galleries to offer exhibitions to women artists such as Jenny Holzer, Barbara Kruger, Sylvia Plimack Mangold and Cindy Sherman. Other notable artists who have shown here include Sol LeWitt, Gordon Matta-Clark, Fred Sandback, Lorna Simpson, Nancy Spero, Richard Tuttle, Carrie Mae Weems and Kehinde Wiley (among many others). Robarts, J. (2003). The Healing Function of Improvised Songs in Music Therapy with a Child Survivor of Early Trauma and Sexual Abuse. In S. Hadley (Ed.), Psychodynamic Music Therapy: Case Studies (pp. 141-182). Gilsum, NH: Barcelona. Hilliard, R. (2007). The effects of orff-based music therapy and social work groups on childhood grief symptoms and behaviors. Journal of Music Therapy, 44(2), 123-138. Hopkins, Henry T. Twenty American Artist. Exh. cat. San Francisco: San Francisco Musuem of Modern Art, 1980: 6. The autonomic nervous system is particularly sensitive to various subtle and overt musical meanings, leading to neural excitement and states of heightened arousal on one extreme and neural inhibition with deep relaxation on the other (Zatorre et al., 2007). In addition, musical experiences can cause the neuroendocrine or hormonal system to release feel good hormones such as dopamine and serotonin, which imbue intense feelings of pleasure and reward (Rodriguez-Fornells et al., 2012; Schneck & Berger, 2006). Music also activates the limbic system, releasing endorphins that can make us feel better and reduce pain perception (Beaulieu-Boire, Bourque, Chagnon, Chouinard, Gallo-Payet, & Lesur, 2013). Further, music listening can reduce anxiety levels (known as an anxiolytic effect), by suppressing the sympathetic nervous system activity, and in doing so, reducing release of the stress hormone adrenaline (Bradt & Dileo, 2014; Chlan, 1998). Musical tempo, harmony, melody, rhythm and volume in music can therefore be manipulated to regulate heart rate, blood pressure, sensory perception, cognitive function, neural activity, and emotional response depending on the requirements for a given situation (DeNora, 2000; Schneck & Berger, 2006).

Klein, S.A., & Winkelstein, M.L. (1996). Enhancing pediatric health care with music. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 10(2), 74-81. Since the emergence of the study of psychoacoustics in the 1930s, most lists of elements of music have related more to how we hear music than how we learn to play it or study it. C.E. Seashore, in his book Psychology of Music, 17 identified four “psychological attributes of sound”. These were: “pitch, loudness, time, and timbre” (p. 3). He did not call them the “elements of music” but referred to them as “elemental components” (p. 2). Nonetheless these elemental components link precisely with four of the most common musical elements: “Pitch” and “timbre” match exactly, “loudness” links with dynamics and “time” links with the time-based elements of rhythm, duration and tempo. This usage of the phrase “the elements of music” links more closely with Webster’s New 20th Century Dictionary definition of an element as: “a substance which cannot be divided into a simpler form by known methods” 18 and educational institutions’ lists of elements generally align with this definition as well. Dementia is already critical issues in the world when the society experiences super-aging. This situation requires establishment of rehabilitation methods for relieving symptoms of the patients. We have done research based on our assumption that most effective music therapy differs from culture, because music is dependent on cultural context. Here, we propose a hypothesis that the Japanese music gives better effects to Japanese patients than Classical music. Another really exciting artist experience, Jodah. Thanks so much for keeping us informed about some great artists who would otherwise be unknown to those of us in the Northern Hemisphere. I appreciate these history lessons. What a fabulous artist. Keep them coming. A University of Illinois scientist named Thomas Huang has analyzed the Mona Lisa, using facial-recognition software, to determine Mona’s likely gender. The scientist says that the software that he and his students developed indicates a 60-40 probability that the painting is of a female. Additionally, Huang says even if it is a man, it doesn’t match well with Leonardo’s sketch of himself. Day, Holliday T., and Hollister Sturges, eds. Joslyn Art Museum: Paintings and Sculpture from the European and American Collections. Entry Hans Hofmann” by Janet L. Farber, pp. 206-07. Omaha, NE: Joslyn Art Museum, 1987. From the perspective of a musician, anything that is capable of producing sound is a potential instrument for musical exploitation. What we perceive as sound are vibrations (sound waves) traveling through a medium (usually air) that are captured by the ear and converted into electrochemical signals that are sent to the brain to be processed. Since sound is a wave, it has all of the properties attributed to any wave, and these attributes are the four elements that define any and all sounds. They are the frequency, amplitude, wave form and duration, or in musical terms, pitch, dynamic, timbre (tone color), and duration.

Makeup Sponges – Again, it is useful to have a few different types and textures which will give you more choices in stippling or applying paint. A good sponge to use is the large ones used for washing cars which can be picked up cheaply in dollar stores. I always buy a large one and then cut it down into different sizes. When you have used your sponges in body painting you should always throw them out. Keeping your products and work area completely sterilized is hugely important. Ghetti, C.M. (2011). Music therapy as procedural support for invasive medical procedures: Toward the development of music therapy theory. Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 21(1), 3-35. As a young artist Ian studied Drawing and Painting at the Glasgow School of Art between 1970-1974. After studying painting at art school McWhinnie became an art teacher specialising in ceramics. With demand for his work increasing Ian set up his own art studio workshop in 2002 producing hand-painted and wheel thrown ceramic pieces. Our poster paint comes ready to use and is a fun way to make beautiful art. Poster paint is the perfect paint for anyone. The memories of school days will return when you first dip your brush, palette knife or fingers into the rich, creamy, colourful paint to begin your artwork. Ridder, H., Oldfield, A., Tuomi, K., Lindstrøm, S., Paisali, V., Abad, V., & Haslbeck, F. (2016). Music Therapy with Families: Clinical Approaches and Theoretical Perspectives. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Rowland, C., & Read, B. (2011). Key changes music therapy: An extended pilot project in an adult mental health hospital setting. British Journal of Psychiatry, 25(1), 48-71. Dezfoolian, L., Zarei, M., Ashayeri, H., & Looyeh, M.Y. (2013). A pilot study on the effects of Orff-based therapeutic music in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Music and Medicine, 5(3), 162-168. Lin, H. C., Chen, S. L., Hsieh, C. E., & Lin, P. Y. (2016). Music therapy training for undergraduate nursing students: A modality to foster interest in gerontological nursing. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 42(6), 25-31. These modest objects belie the revolutionary nature of the artist himself, who dared to answer his own question of what is art?” with Art is what I say it is.” Duchamp believed it was the idea behind the final object that represented the art, not simply the objects themselves. This concept has influenced artists and art-making ever since. Nilsson, U. (2008). The anxiety- and pain-reducing effects of music interventions: A systematic review. AORN Journal, 87(4), 780-807. Its form is rounded and chunky, the result of stuffing the interior. In this piece colours vary from fabric to fabric. The yellowish-brownish tint of the face and feet comes from exposing the caribou hide to a smoking process. The doll is soft, pliable, and lightweight. Balance is symmetrical.