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Photography is used by amateurs to preserve memories of favorite times, to capture special moments, to tell stories, to send messages, and as a source of entertainment. The School of Athens is a fresco in Apostolic Palace, Vatican by a prominent artist of renaissance era Raphael Sanzio. He made this fresco in two years on the wall of the Apostolic Palace. Paintings shows all the major figures of the school including famous philosophers and savants like Plato, Aristotle, Socrates, Pythagoras and many others. Every figure is doing different activities. The central figures of the painting are Plato on the left and Aristotle on the right. In this grand picture, Raphael has put big efforts. In modern world, this kind of work and artistic knowledge gives new artist a great inspiration. De Bruyn, L., Moelants, D., & Leman, M. (2012). An embodied approach to testing musical empathy in participants with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Music and Medicine, 4(1), 28-36. Castleman, Riva. Colored Paper Images. Exh. cat. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1978. Anfam, David. Abstract Expressionism (includes artist’s statements). London: Thames & Hudson, 1990. Application covers those areas which involve applying things or substances to surface. These include direct drawing, transfer drawing, block printing, screen printing, painting with ink, dye or paint, and stencilling. Jackson Pollock, maybe the most important art painter ever. Once you have seen his paintings you cannot forget. Our daily newsletter contains a round-up of the stories published on our website, previews of exhibitions that are opening and more. On Fridays, we send our Editor’s picks of the top stories posted through the week. As a subscriber, you will also get live reports from leading art fairs and events, such as the Venice Biennale, plus special offers from The Art Newspaper. Music Visualization is a feature found in electronic music visualizers and media player software, generates animated imagery based on a piece of music. The imagery is usually generated and rendered in real time and in a way synchronized with the music as it is played. Visualization techniques range from simple ones (e.g., a simulation of an oscilloscope display) to elaborate ones, which often include a plurality of composited effects. The changes in the music’s loudness and frequency spectrum are among the properties used as input to the visualization. Four healthy adult participants met individually with the researcher for an interview that mixed verbal and musical components. During the interview, the participant recalled and described their previous experiences singing in vocal harmony, sang a song of their choice with the researcher in vocal harmony, and then described this experience. Following data analysis the major findings of this research indicate that the experience of singing vocal harmony includes the building and expression of relationships, intrapersonal and interpersonal insight, movement and action, and beauty.

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.

Donohoe, Victoria. Abstract Return to the Area by Nozkowski” (Cava Gallery exhibition review). The Philadelphia Inquirer, 17 April 1987. Kulkarni, S., Johnson, P., Kettles, S., & Kasthuri, R. (2012). Music during interventional radiological procedures, effect on sedation, pain and anxiety: A randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Radiology, 85(1016), 1059-1063. Thomas Nozkowski: Recent Work (exhibition catalogue). Text by John Yau. New York: PaceWildenstein, 2008. Older adults prefer singing and listening activities over other music activities, and they preferred popular music over other types of music. Other than the study conducted by VanWeelden and Cevasco (2009), which only consisted of 36 participants listening to 36 popular songs and songs from musicals, a large-scale study of song preferences has not been conducted to address the music preferences of the current aging population. Thus, the purpose of this study was to determine older adults’ preferences for specific popular songs, across the 1900s-1960s, that might be used for music listening and singing activities and therapeutic interventions. Specifically, participants’ indicated if they: 1) had heard the song before, 2) would prefer to sing the song, and 3) would want to listen to the song. Also, participants communicated the degree to which they liked each song as well as stated any particular memories they associated with the song. Further analysis also indicated whether song preferences were within the “young adult years” theory, proposed by Gibbons (1977). A total of 240 older adults participated in the study, ages 70 and older. Twenty songs from each decade (1900s-1960s) were selected, resulting in a total of 140 songs. Song selection was based on previous research studies. Three age sub-groups of older adults (70-79, 80-89, and 90+) listened to the songs. Thus, a total of 20 participants in each age bracket listened to each playlist of songs. This resulted in a total of 60 individuals who listened to each playlist (e.g., playlist 1 = 20 participants 70-79 years of age, 20 participants 80-89 years of age, and 20 participants 90+ years of age). At this time data is being collected, and a preliminary analysis will be provided at the conference. Rich, Sarah K. Bridging the Generation Gaps in Barnett Newman’s Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue?” American Art (Smithsonian American Art Museum) vol. 19, no. 3 (Fall 2005): 31-39. American Academy Invitational Exhibition of Painting & Sculpture, American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, March 9-April 5, 1998.

An infant is often exposed to a mother’s speech that is musical in nature. It is possible that the motherly singing allows the mother to relay emotional messages to the infant. Infants also tend to prefer positive speech to neutral speech as well as happy music to negative music. It has also been posited that listening to their mother’s singing may play a role in identity formation. This hypothesis is supported by a study that interviewed adults and asked them to describe musical experiences from their childhood. Findings showed that music was good for developing knowledge of emotions during childhood. Vogiatzoglou, A., Himonides, E., Ockelford, A., & Welch, G. (2011). Sounds of intent: Interactive software to assess the musical development of children and young people with complex needs. Music and Medicine, 3(3), 189-195. 25 Years of Janis. Exh. cat. New York: Sidney Janis Gallery, 1974. Rolvsjord, R., Gold, C., & Stige, B. (2005). Research rigour and therapeutic flexibility: Rationale for a therapy manual developed for a randomised controlled trial. Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 14(1), 15-32. The LSU Museum of Art in the Shaw Center for the Arts, 100 Lafayette St., is showing Debbie Fleming Caffery: Baton Rouge After the Storm” through Aug. 30. Heritage and Horizon: American Paintings 1776-1976. Exh cat. Buffalo, New York: The Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1976. August 22, 1908. Henri Cartier-Bresson (August 22, 1908 – August 3, 2004) was a French photographer considered to be the father of modern photojournalism. He was an early adopter of 35 mm format, and the master of candid photography. He helped develop the “street photography” or “life reportage” style that has influenced generations of photographers who followed. In this image: A man looks at images at the opening of a photo exhibit Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2004, at The Museum of The City of New York, which features the work of photographers from the Magnum photo agency. At right is Harlem,1947 (Easter Sunday) by Henri Cartier-Bresson. Abbott, E.A. (2006). The administration of music therapy training clinics: A descriptive study. Journal of Music Therapy, 43(1), 63-81. Su, C.P., Lai, H.L., Chang, E.T., Yiin, L.M., Perng, S.J., & Chen, P.W. (2012). A randomized controlled trial of the effects of listening to non-commercial music on quality of nocturnal sleep and relaxation indices in patients in medical intensive care. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69(6), 1377-1389. Rentfrow, P. J., Goldberg, L. R., Stillwell, D. J., Kosinski, M., Gosling, S. D., & Levitin, D. J. (2012). The song remains the same: A replication and extension of the MUSIC model. Music Perception, 30, 161-185.