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📒Art Across Time ✍ Laurie Schneider Adams
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📒Art Across Time ✍ Laurie Adams
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📒Art Across Time The Thirteenth Century To The Present ✍ Laurie Adams
✏Art Across Time The thirteenth century to the present Book Summary :
📒Preserving Dance Across Time And Space ✍ Lynn Matluck Brooks
✏Preserving Dance Across Time and Space Book Summary : Dance is the art least susceptible to preservation since its embodied, kinaesthetic nature has proven difficult to capture in notation and even in still or moving images. However, frameworks have been established and guidance made available for keeping dances, performances, and choreographers’ legacies alive so that the dancers of today and tomorrow can experience and learn from the dances and dancers of the past. In this volume, a range of voices address the issue of dance preservation through memory, artistic choice, interpretation, imagery and notation, as well as looking at relevant archives, legal structures, documentation and artefacts. The intertwining of dance preservation and creativity is a core theme discussed throughout this text, pointing to the essential continuity of dance history and dance innovation. The demands of preservation stretch across time, geographies, institutions and interpersonal connections, and this book focuses on the fascinating web that supports the fragile yet urgent effort to sustain our dancing heritage. The articles in this book were originally published in the journal Dance Chronicle: Studies in Dance and the Related Arts.
📒Rome Across Time And Space ✍ Claudia Bolgia
✏Rome Across Time and Space Book Summary : An exploration of the significance of medieval Rome, both as a physical city and an idea with immense cultural capital.
📒Art Across The Ages ✍ Kelly Campbell Hinshaw
✏Art Across the Ages Book Summary : Written by an experienced children's art educator, this book in the new Art across the Ages series is the only one available for young readers that focuses specifically on the art of ancient Egypt rather than the culture. A level-one book, The Art of Ancient Egypt makes an ideal art introduction for beginning readers from pre-kindergarten to grade one. It features full-bleed colour photographs, simple sentences and general information.Ages 4-6
📒Art Across The Ages Ancient Mexico ✍ Kelly Campbell Hinshaw
✏Art Across the Ages Ancient Mexico Book Summary : Briefly describes the art of ancient Mexico, what it shows us about the ancient cultures there and how it inspires artists today.
📒Integrating The Visual Arts Across The Curriculum ✍ Julia Marshall
✏Integrating the Visual Arts Across the Curriculum Book Summary : With lots of examples and color images, this resource is both a foundational text and a practical guidebook for bringing contemporary art into elementary and middle school classrooms as a way to make learning joyful and meaningful for all learners. Marshall shows how asking questions and posing problems spark curiosity and encourage learners to think deeply and make meaningful connections across the curriculum. At the center of this approach is creativity, with contemporary visual art as its inspiration. The text covers methods of creative inquiry-based learning, art and how it connects to the “big ideas” addressed by academic domains, flexible structures teachers can use for curriculum development, creative teaching strategies using contemporary art, and models of art-based inquiry curriculum. Book Features: Provides research-based project ideas and curriculum models for arts integration. Shows how Project Zero’s flexible structures and frameworks can be used to develop creative inquiry and an arts integration curriculum. Explains how contemporary visual art connects to the four major disciplines—science, mathematics, social studies, and language arts. Includes full-color images of contemporary art that are appropriate for elementary and middle school learners. Demonstrates how arts integration can and should be substantive, multidimensional, and creative.
📒Art Music ✍ Matthew Del Nevo
✏Art Music Book Summary : Listening to music is not merely something one does, but something central to a way of living. Listening has the power to transport one into another way of being. It is a mode of feeling and forms the bedrock of deep emotion. Written from the viewpoint of a philosophy of sensibility, Matthew Del Nevo notes that this perspective may not be in fashion, but it follows a long tradition. Del Nevo emphasizes the aesthetic experience of listening to art music as it has developed and disintegrated in Western civilization. He recognizes a deep psychological element to what he calls "soul"--or more accurately "sensibility." He addresses music in a non-technical way, taking up the powerful art theory of Charles Baudelaire, the music philosophy of Schopenhauer and Richard Wagner, and takes a strong critical stand against modernist intellectual art music. The importance of this book for the musically- literate reader is its insight into the metaphysics of nostalgia. This comprehension is missing from nearly all musical instruction because we have lost sight of it. Del Nevo asserts that this understanding must be brought back into our culture. And since this is a book about listening to art music, it is no less about sensibility and its cultivation, which in its object form we call culture. An engaging book, Art Music will appeal to those interested in music, culture, and philosophy.
📒Living Still ✍ Yinshi Lerman-Tan
✏Living Still Book Summary : This dissertation focuses on turn-of-the-century American still life painter John F. Peto, who painted in near obscurity in his studio home on the New Jersey shore until his death in 1907. His strange, trompe l'oeil paintings obsessively depict old, discarded objects including books, doors, pipes, mugs, letters, photographs, and likenesses of Abraham Lincoln. In the decades after Peto's death, twenty-one of his paintings were passed off—some with forged signatures—as the work of his more successful contemporary, William Harnett. These paintings were only brought to light as Peto's work in 1947. My project rejects Peto's marginal status, taking him out of a limited temporal and genre context to suggest that he might radically exist across time. I consider the afterlife and predestiny of Peto's paintings as integral to his practice. Across my four chapters and conclusion, I explore Peto's philosophy of posthumous success, his historical confusion with Harnett and subsequent discovery, gender and authorship in Peto's photographic practice, Peto's obsession with the Civil War president Abraham Lincoln, and Peto's resurfacing in the work of Jasper Johns.