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National Endowment for the Arts

By: U.S. Department of Education

... W ords to Stories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Chapter 2: Making Art through Movement. . . . . . . . . 15 Chapter 3: Making Music Together .... ... 5: Y our Child and the Visual Arts . . . . . . . . . . 39 Chapter 6: Folk Art: Art in Everyday Life . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Chapter 7: Media Arts an... ...t the arts and to introduce your child to the creativity and joy of making art. Many of these resources have been made possible by grants and national... ...rtesy of ArtSummer WEB SITES NATIONAL DANCE ASSOCIATION (NDA) (included on American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Web ... ...discussion sessions that are facilitated by theater professionals (actors, directors, playwrights). Contact your local theater for young audiences to ... ...and universities, newspaper reviews, local or state arts councils, and the American Alliance for Theatre and Education (AATE). In addition, many regi... ...l and Kindergarten Classroom by Victoria Brown & Sarah Pleydell WEB SITES AMERICAN ALLIANCE FOR THEATRE AND EDUCATION www.aate.com American Alliance ... ...the main show. Renting DVDs rather than videotapes allows children to hear directors describing the choices they made in making the films. Jazz clips ...

...Table of Contents: A Message to Parents, 1 -- Introduction by Chairman Dana Gioia, 3 -- Chapter 1: From Words to Stories, 5 -- Chapter 2:Making Art through Movement, 15 -- Chapter 3:Making Music Together, 23 -- Chapter 4:Dramatic Play for Children, 31 -- Chapter 5: Your Child and the Visual Arts, 39 -- Chapter 6: Folk Art: Art in Everyday Life, 49 -- Chapter 7:Media ...

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Art Directors Guild

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... Full name The Art Directors Guild Founded ... ... Full name The Art Directors Guild Founded ... ... www.adg.org The Art Directors Guild (ADG) is an American labor union and branch of the Inte... ... www.adg.org The Art Directors Guild (ADG) is an American labor union and branch of the Internat... ...g The Art Directors Guild (ADG) is an American labor union and branch of the International Alliance of Theatrical... ... a film society, the Annual ADG Excellence in Production Design Awards, an art gallery called Gallery 800, an annual membership directory, technology-... ... 2 Origins 2.1 Art Directors Guild 2.1.1... ...g The Art Directors Guild (ADG) is an American labor union and branch of the International Alliance of Theatrical...

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Envisioning Arts Assessment

By: Suellen K. Reed

...stablish Council policy with leadership provided by a nine-person Board of Directors, comprised of three offi- cers and six directors. Each director s... ...n the review of its drafts by MacArthur Goodwin, president of the National Art Education Association; Claudette Morton, executive direc- tor of the Mo... ...edible spokesperson for this movement was Albert Shanker, president of the American Federation of Teachers. He put forth the idea that giving students... ...s and a new kind of assessment sys- tem began with the intent to transform American education by including all students in high expectations for succe... ...ts assessment 1. was developed to align with publicly agreed upon national art stan- dards; 2. included theatre and dance in the test development phas... ...s, in reference to the national standards, that are common across all four art areas, namely, creating, performing and responding. Consequently, these... ...justify" the arts to school boards, principals, or parents. Yet, until the American public gains significant engagement in the arts, it seems likely t...

...ership dues, the foundation community, and governmental agencies. Members establish Council policy with leadership provided by a nine-person Board of Directors, comprised of three officers and six directors. Each director serves a three-year term, and elections for staggered terms are held at the Annual Policy Forum and Business Meeting. The Council employs a committee str...

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Association of Art Museum Directors

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...The Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) is an organization of art museum directors from the United... ...The Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) is an organization of art museum directors from the United States, Canada, and Mexico. ... ...a, and Mexico. The AAMD was established in 1916 by the directors of twelve American museums and was formally incorporated in 1969.... ... The AAMD was established in 1916 by the directors of twelve American museums and was formally incorporated in 1969.[1] It currently has... ...1] It currently has 220 members.[2] The Association of Art Museum Directors aims "to support its members in increasing the contrib... ...ntly has 220 members.[2] The Association of Art Museum Directors aims "to support its members in increasing the contribution of ar... ...m Directors aims "to support its members in increasing the contribution of art museums to society" by promoting professional standards of practice, fa... ... The AAMD was established in 1916 by the directors of twelve American museums and was formally incorporated in 1969.[1] It currently has...

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Visual Arts Education: Setting an Agenda for Improving Student Learning

... ARTS EDUCATION: SETTING AN AGENDA FOR IMPROVING STUDENT LEARNING National Art Education Association VISUAL ARTS EDUCATION: SETTING AN AGENDA FOR IMP... ...ENDA FOR IMPROVING STUDENT LEARNING Mac Arthur Goodwin, President National Art Education Association 2001 About the National Art Education Associatio... ... the National Art Education Association. . . Founded in 1947, the National Art Education Association is the world’s largest professional art education... ...ward will require the National Art Education Association’s (NAEA) Board of Directors and its constituency groups to commit to 1) use this organiza- ti... ...s times for education reform in general and arts education in particular. American education is at a “strategic inflection point.” Andrew S. Grove, ... ...ional Education Association it would take $322 billion to adequately build American schools, repair, and wire them for new technologies. A number of s... ...r Preparation and Certification To this end, I call upon the NAEA Board of Directors, working in conjunction with Delegates Assembly, Regional Vice Pr... ...in conjunction with Delegates Assembly, Regional Vice Presidents, Division Directors, Standing Committees, Ad Hoc Committees, Affiliates, and Issues G...

...Excerpt: Founded in 1947, the National Art Education Association is the world?s largest professional art education association and a leader in educational research, policy, and practice for art education. NAEA?s mission is to advance art education through professi...

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Art Directors Guild Awards 2007

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...od Film: There Will Be Blood The 12th Art Directors Guild Awards, given on February 18, 2008, honored the best ar... ...ilm: There Will Be Blood The 12th Art Directors Guild Awards, given on February 18, 2008, honored the best art di... ...isk – There Will Be Blood Arthur Max – American Gangster Sarah Greenwood – At... ... Art Directors Guild Awards ... ... Art Directors Guild Awards ... ... film awards 2007 guild awards Art Directors Guild Awards ... ...m awards 2007 guild awards Art Directors Guild Awards ... ...isk – There Will Be Blood Arthur Max – American Gangster Sarah Greenwood – At...

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Los Angeles County Wide Arts Education Survey

...fied School District, Long Beach Symphony Orchestra & Long Beach Museum of Art..........................30 Monrovia Unified School District & Citrus C... ...ter academically. Now the focus has shifted to 3R’s and meeting standards. Art has fallen by the wayside.” —School District Superintendent, Fall 2000 ... ... as Smart Schools and The Intelligent Eye: Learning to Think by Looking at Art by Dr. David Perkins made educators curious about the role of arts educ... ...viewing at the district level was identified as the most practical option. Directors of curriculum are the fastest route to a broad view of the arts e... ...lic Schools. Aesthetic Persuasion: Pressing the Cause of Arts Education in American Schools. Stephen S. Kaegan. Santa Monica, Calif.: The J. Paul Gett... ...ough the Arts: How to Build on the Power of an Idea, Jane Remer. New York: American Council for the Arts, 1990. Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple... ...Arts and Success in Secondary School, James S. Catterall, Washington D.C.: Americans for the Arts. Monograph Series V. 1, No. 9, January 1998 The Powe...

... 28 -- Lawndale School District & The Galef Institute, 29 -- Long Beach Unified School District, Long Beach Symphony Orchestra & Long Beach Museum of Art, 3 0 -- Monrovia Unified School District & Citrus College, 31 -- Pasadena Unified School District, Armory Center for the Arts, California State University, Dominguez Hills & California State University, Los Angeles, 32 --...

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Art Directors Club of New York

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... The Art Directors Club of New York is an organization for art directors in New York City. It was founded in 1920, and h... ... The Art Directors Club of New York is an organization for art directors in New York City. It was founded in 1920, and has g... ...nd has grown to have international recognition as an important industry group, promoting art directors' work through exhibitions and awards, including... ...as grown to have international recognition as an important industry group, promoting art directors' work through exhibitions and awards, including the... ... 1 History 2 Awards 3 Art Directors Annual 4 See als... ... 1 History 2 Awards 3 Art Directors Annual 4 See also ... ...rge Olden, an art director with the Columbia Broadcasting Company, was the first African-American member, having been elected to the Club in 1952.[4] ...

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Envisioning Arts Assessment

By: Suellen K. Reed

...stablish Council policy with leadership provided by a nine-person Board of Directors, comprised of three offi- cers and six directors. Each director s... ...n the review of its drafts by MacArthur Goodwin, president of the National Art Education Association; Claudette Morton, executive direc- tor of the Mo... ...edible spokesperson for this movement was Albert Shanker, president of the American Federation of Teachers. He put forth the idea that giving students... ...s and a new kind of assessment sys- tem began with the intent to transform American education by including all students in high expectations for succe... ...ts assessment 1. was developed to align with publicly agreed upon national art stan- dards; 2. included theatre and dance in the test development phas... ...s, in reference to the national standards, that are common across all four art areas, namely, creating, performing and responding. Consequently, these... ...justify" the arts to school boards, principals, or parents. Yet, until the American public gains significant engagement in the arts, it seems likely t...

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List of female art museum directors

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... This is a list of female directors of art museums. A 20... ... This is a list of female directors of art museums. A 2014 report by the Association of Art Museum Directors found t... ...ale directors of art museums. A 2014 report by the Association of Art Museum Directors found that only five of the 33 most prominent art museums had w... ...useums. A 2014 report by the Association of Art Museum Directors found that only five of the 33 most prominent art museums had women directors and tha... ...s had women directors and that at art museums with budgets over $15 million, women earn salaries that are 29% less than that of male directors.[1] ... ...(Albright-Knox Gallery)[2] 1920s Gertrude Herdle Moore (1896–1993) (Memorial Art Gallery) ... ...Winser (Newark Museum) 1930s Juliana R. Force (1876–1948) (Whitney Museum of American Art) ... ...scilla Colt (University of Kentucky Art Museum) Janet Kardon (Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia) (American Craft Mu... ... Ursula E. McCracken (Textile Museum (Washington, D.C.)) Elizabeth Broun (National Museum of American Art) ...

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Youth Arts Handbook: Arts Programs for Youth at Risk

By: Eric L. Peterson

...s, San Antonio, Texas; the Fulton County Arts Council, Atlanta, Georgia; and Americans for the Arts, Washington, D.C. YouthARTS Handbook: Arts Progra... ... Youth at Risk ii YouthARTS Handbook: Arts Programs for Youth at Risk ©1998 Americans for the Arts Written by Marlene Farnum and Rebecca Schaffer Edi... ...native Settings, written by Grady Hillman and Kathleen Gaffney, published by Americans for the Arts, 1997; and, Program Planning and Evaluation: Using... ...ENT OF ARTS AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS The Heinz Endowments iv Youth Arts Public Art, Regional Arts & Culture Council, Portland, Oregon: Organizations: Mu... ...partment of Adult and Juvenile Community Justice, Multnomah County, Portland Art Museum Northwest Film Center, Tears of Joy Theater. Artists: Kris Blu... ...ian Lindstrom, Michelle Lund, Hakim Muhaamad, Primus St. John, Lance Wollen. Art program administrators: Katrina Gilkey, Kim O’Brien, Ellen Thomas. C... ...rther investigation, and in-depth interviews were conducted with the program directors/managers of these programs. YouthARTS is grateful to all who pa... ...e each group’s contribution to the collaboration. During our interviews with directors of arts programs, our focus groups with artists and social work...

... Portland, Oregon; the San Antonio Department of Arts and Cultural Affairs, San Antonio, Texas; the Fulton County Arts Council, Atlanta, Georgia; and Americans for the Arts, Washington, D.C....

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Art Wolff

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... Not to be confused with Art Wolfe. Art Wolff ... ...Years active 1951–present Art Wolff is an American television director and ac... ...e 1951–present Art Wolff is an American television director and acting coach. ... ...... ... Articles with hCards Acting coaches American film directors Ameri... ... Articles with hCards Acting coaches American film directors American film produ... ... American film directors American film producers American television directors ... ... directors American film producers American television directors American theatre di...

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The Role of a Federal Arts Agency

By: Vance Jacobs

... in funding the arts is often misunderstood—and for very good reasons. The American system of arts philanthropy is complex and ever changing. As Chair... ...ded in the United States. I thought it might be useful to provide—for both Americans and an international audience—a concise overview of how America’... ...ve at all. The subsidies awarded by ministries of culture are enormous by American standards. For example, the government subvention for Italy’s majo... ...ations, as well as box office receipts. The financial statistics differ by art form and change from year to year, but in general terms about one-half ... ... Citizens who enjoy the arts can choose from a wide array of drama, visual art, dance, music, and literature available in local theaters, museums, lib... ...at the center of their portfolios. In this fluid and evolving world, the directors of arts organizations face a two-sided challenge. On one side t... ...or donations of money, time, and resources. To people outside the American art world, the funding system must appear a labyrinthine 1 NATIONAL ENDOWME... ...ceive income from the gift assets. Family foundations allow the board of directors to be comprised of family members only. B. Corporate Giving Corp... ...g the film school at UCLA—a state university—to educate and recruit future directors. Much of the American avant-garde theater is based in drama work...

...Excerpt: The role of a federal agency in funding the arts is often misunderstood--and for very good reasons. The American system of arts philanthropy is complex and ever changing. As Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, I have constantly been impressed by the ingenious diversity and endless creativity of ways in which the ar...

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Flash Art

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... Flash Art is a bimonthly magazine focusing on contemporary art. It was founded in Rome in 1967 by Italian publisher and ... ...e 1971. Originally a bilingual publication, it was split in two separate editions, Flash Art Italia (in Italian) and Flash Art International (in Engli... ...English), in 1978 when Helena Kontova joined the editorial team. It also publishes Flash Art Czech & Slovak Edition and Flash Art Hungary. ... ... It has been described as "the confident, international journal of European and North American contemporary art, and features interesting viewpoint... ...3 they started together the Prague Biennale in the Czech Republic and they have been the directors of the first six editions (2003-2005-2007-2009-2011...

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An Art-Lovers Guide to the Exposition

By: Shelden Cheney

...re Collection World Public Library.org TO THE EXPOSITION Title: AN ART-LOVERS GUIDE TO THE EXPOSITION Author: SHELDEN CHENEY Language: English... ...... ... [EBook #7411] [Posted: April 25, 2003] ART GUIDE TO THE EXPOSITION Produced by David A Schwan A... ...of the whole, that testifies so splendidly to the perfect co-operation of American architects, sculptors and painters. The dominant note artistic... ...ing of the country in artistic matters, and it practically revolutionized American architecture. The St. Louis Exposition of 1904, while less unifie... ...th harmonious color-these are the things that will leave their impress on American art for all time to come. If each student of the art of the Expos... ...t conceived it as "The Court of The Ages." It is said that the Exposition directors, for the rather foolish reason that a Court of the Ages would no... ...he historical section is treated in that chronological sequence which the directors intended to show forth. But there is no system in the arrangemen...

...istic unit its individual appeal. It is made for the intelligent observer who, having enjoyed the purely aesthetic impression of the various works of art, feels a legitimate curiosity about their meaning....

...Contents Foreword The Architecture and Art as a Whole Court of Abundance Court of the Universe Court of the Four Seasons Court of Palms and Court of Flowers Tower of Jewels, and Fountain of Energy Palaces Facing the Avenue of Palms Palaces Facing the Marina, and t...

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Installation art

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...t at Tate Modern, London Installation art is an artistic genre of three-dimensional works that are often site-spe... ...to interior spaces, whereas exterior interventions are often called public art, land art or intervention art; however, the boundaries between these te... ... Gesamtkunstwerk 3 Art and Objecthood 4 Interactive installatio... ...sive medium. Artistic collectives such as the Exhibition Lab at New York's American Museum of Natural History created environments to showcase the nat... ...ents staged by the Gutai group in Japan starting in 1954, which influenced American installation pioneers like Allan Kaprow. Wolf Vostell shows his in... ...Z Museum of Installation (London): Interview with directors Nico de Oliveira & Nicola Oxley (2008). Sculpture / artdesign...

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Gaining the Arts Advantage

By: D. John

...and Higher Education. beauty. We know about the ancient Greeks and Native Americans, for example, by the architecture, poetry, and paintings they lef... ... left behind. We, too, will be known someday to future generations by the art we produce and leave to posterity. I believe that stu- dents cannot un... ...e students who win local, state, and national awards, including Scholastic Art competitions, regional band compe- titions, Presidential Scholars in th... ...he arts. Breadth: • Most districts participating in the study offer visual art and music in most of their schools. • Some districts offer theater in ... ...ate reports on arts education in their districts. The study's researchers, directors, project assis- tants, and editor also served as contributors. I... ...cur- riculum areas authentically; • the consistent work on the part of the directors of funded programs and expressive arts to work collaboratively to... ...gest in the Southeast, serving 58,000 students, 28 percent of them African-American and 72 percent white. One-fifth of the chil- dren receive free or ... ...ich makes possible programs at the Fine Arts Center (see sidebar), and the American Federal Bank, which underwrites the Arts Teacher of the Year Award... ...nd written the chronicles of family struggles and triumphs. The Wolfsonian directors and curators so appreciated this book and those made by the stude...

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Art Paul

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...Arthur "Art" Paul (born January 18, 1925 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American graphics designer, Art Director of Playboy through its first 30 ye... ...n January 18, 1925 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American graphics designer, Art Director of Playboy through its first 30 years of publication, and the ... ... Early life and education Art Paul was born in the Southwest Side of Chicago, but his family later mo... ...d to Rogers Park. There, while attending Roger C. Sullivan High School, an art teacher recognized that he was talented enough to earn a scholarship at... ...t award in 1983, and in 1986 he was elected to the Hall of Fame of the Art Directors Club.[3] He received the Herb Lubalin Lifetime Achievement Award ... ...ion Designers, and in 2008 was made a Fellow of the Chicago Chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Artists.[5] The Society of Typographic Arts g... ...chievement in trademark design for the Playboy rabbit head symbol. The Art Directors Club of Boston gave him an award for "inspiring, encouraging, and... ...g, and creating an outstanding showcase for contemporary artists". The Art Directors of Philadelphia awarded him the Polycube Award for "consistent ex... ...s, opened at Chicago's Cultural Center in 1978, and toured North and South American museums and universities. The exhibitions included artists such as...

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The Arts and Education: New Opportunities for Research

...SO-AEP4.qxd 4/14/04 9:50 AM Page i TASK FORCE CHAIR: Gerald E. Sroufe, American Educational Research Association John D. Bransford, University of ... ...iates, LLC Doug Herbert, National Endowment for the Arts Felice J. Levine, American Educational Research Association Steve Seidel, Harvard Project Zer... ...- cific characteristics and outcomes of learning in individual or multiple art forms. Critical Links also invited research on the interrelationships o... ...ractitioners, policymakers, and funders. AEP was deeply gratified that the American Educational Research Association commented favorably on the compen... ...ucation presented in this report is a challenge to researchers, foundation directors, and policymakers. It challenges us to go beyond tradi- tional ed... ...rs, of the specific cog- nitive characteristics and effects of each of the art forms, their relationships to other domains of learning, and their role... ...nd neural processes. We believe that the engaging and complex processes of art making, performing, and responding could prompt valuable and rewarding ...

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X-Art

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... X-Art X-Art logo ... ... Current status Online X-Art, also known as X-Art.com, founded by Colette Pe... ...c content. In 2014, pornographic director Miles Long argued that the existence of companies like X-Art and MET-Art show an increasing demand for "upsc... .... Retrieved 2014-08-23.  ^ Poe, Alexander (2014-08-20). "Seven Directors Focus on the Current Condition of Porn". ... ... American pornographic film studios ... ...4 All articles containing potentially dated statements American pornography Erotica ...

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Arts Education Assessment Framework

By: Roy Truby

...ary School Department Washington, DC William (Jerry) Hume* Chairman Basic American, Inc, San Francisco, California Christine Johnson* Director of Urb... .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Issues and Strategies Specific to Each Art Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... ... role in establishing the importance of the arts in the educa- tion of all American students. The leadership of both groups has ensured the coordinat... ...y experience with TV drama, or their understanding of traditional regional art forms and community arts resources. 6. The assessment should assess stu... ...1 The Importance of NAEP to Arts Education This is an important moment for American culture. The arts are becoming part of the national vision of what... ...while demanding, has generated important discussion and debate about which art forms, what kind of knowledge, and what skills in the arts are importa... ...iveness of students’ contributions (as playwrights, actors, designers, and directors) to the collaborative process of developing improvised and script...

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Cuban art

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... Art Cinema ... ... Cuban art is a very diverse cultural blend of African, South American, European a... ... Cuban art is a very diverse cultural blend of African, South American, European and North American design reflecting the diverse demogra... ...highly personal version of modern primitivism. And the more esoteric naïve art of Havana born Corso de Palenzuela, self-taught painter of Sephardic an... ...th century. There is a flourishing street art movement influenced by Latin American artists José Guadalupe Posada and the muralist Diego Rivera. ... ...eneration that arose in opposition to the dictatorship of Gerardo Machado, American neo-colonial control and the consequent economic crisis.[3] They r... ... Film directors ... ... Film directors ...

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Music in America

By: Ritter, Frédéric Louis, 1834-1891

...the first appearance of my book helped to disperse the cloud then hanging heavily over American musical life ; and the avidity with which the historic... ...ous European artists that have, in the course of the last fifty years, appeared on the American operatic and concert stage, and also to add the biogra... ...ter that time, two or vi Preface. three other efforts were vainly made, by editors of American musical papers, to publish a history of music in Ameri... ...deration and Preface. vii judgment. Things of very little significance in the life of art have been dwelt on and amplified with childish pedantry, wh... ...he United States, viii Preface. to accentuate that which is in accordance with a true art spirit, or which promises to grow in the right direction, a... ...till entertained in Europe regarding musical affairs in America. Although real musical art culture is gaining a more solid basis here every year, yet ... ...course Montressor went down, and his com- pany was dispersed. The orchestra, under the directorship of Signor Bagioli, was pronounced the best that ha... ... three seasons. Ostinelli and Thomas Comer, of the Tremont Theatre, were the mu- sical directors of the Boston Musical Institute. Among the works perf... ...able one ; but, considering the comparatively meagre means then at the disposal of its directors, it was out of the question to carry it out to the le...

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Art:21

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...21st Century is a PBS series, educational resource, archive, and history of contemporary art. It premiered in 2001, and is now broadcast in over 50 co... ...s now broadcast in over 50 countries worldwide. Premiering a new season every two years, Art:21 is the only series on United States television to focu... ... the only series on United States television to focus exclusively on contemporary visual art and artists. It is a nonprofit organization founded in 19... ...The International Council An international group of scholars, arts professionals, museum directors, critics and curators that supports Art21's global ... ... Austin City Limits American Masters ... ... American Experience ...

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The Arts and Education: New Opportunities for Research

By: Gerald E. Sroufe

...SO-AEP4.qxd 4/14/04 9:50 AM Page i TASK FORCE CHAIR: Gerald E. Sroufe, American Educational Research Association John D. Bransford, University of ... ...iates, LLC Doug Herbert, National Endowment for the Arts Felice J. Levine, American Educational Research Association Steve Seidel, Harvard Project Zer... ...- cific characteristics and outcomes of learning in individual or multiple art forms. Critical Links also invited research on the interrelationships o... ...ractitioners, policymakers, and funders. AEP was deeply gratified that the American Educational Research Association commented favorably on the compen... ...ucation presented in this report is a challenge to researchers, foundation directors, and policymakers. It challenges us to go beyond tradi- tional ed... ...rs, of the specific cog- nitive characteristics and effects of each of the art forms, their relationships to other domains of learning, and their role... ...nd neural processes. We believe that the engaging and complex processes of art making, performing, and responding could prompt valuable and rewarding ...

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Art Stevens

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... Penny Stevens (1939–2007) Arthur "Art" Stevens (May 1, 1915 – May 22, 200... ... 5 External links Career Art Stevens was an animator at Walt Dis... ...areer Art Stevens was an animator at Walt Disney Animation Studios during the Golden Age of American Animation. Stevens began as an... ... The Fox and the Hound (1981) References "Art Stevens, 92; Disney animator, direc... ...VIAF not on Wikidata 1915 births 2007 deaths American animators ... ...s American animators American film producers American film directors ... ... American animators American film producers American film directors Disney ...

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The National Endowment for the Arts

By: Bill Ivey

...nd improving access to the arts for all citizens, the agency strengthens American democracy at its core. This Chronology updates earlier versions p... ...n a letter to his wife, writes, “I be necessary for the use of Congress.” Art and must study politics and war, that my sons may music are included ... ... see I am an enthusiast on the subject of John Trumbull, President of the American the arts.” Academy of Fine Arts, proposes to President John Qui... ...ation. 1906 The Federal government accepts the donation of the oriental art collection of Charles Lang Freer, who also provides for a building and... ...s not reported out of committee. the Federal Theater Project, the Federal Art 1910 Project, and the Federal Music Project. More 1948–49 On May 17,... ...tters is incorporated under a Federal charter by an Act of Congress. The American Academy of Arts and Letters is incorporated three years later, a... ... to help Affiliate Artists develop young conductors for positions as music directors of American symphony orchestras. Exxon’s partnership with the En... ...ental Activities. He also places limits on the terms of office for program directors. The Folk Arts Program, once part of Special Projects, is made a... ...xtends its support of in 1980. Photo courtesy International playwrights, directors, designers Production Associates. and other theater artists thro...

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Art Streiber

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... United States Nationality American ... ... Known for Photography Art Streiber is an award-winning Americ... ... Photography Art Streiber is an award-winning American photographer known in particul... ...Joel McHale.[4] And in 2012, Paramount Pictures commissioned him to shoot a portrait of 116 actors, actresses, directors, and executives affiliated wi... ...her, Anderson Cooper, Bono, Jay Leno, Steven Spielberg,[10] and Jodie Foster.[11] In 2005, American Photo magazine named him one o... ...rath-outtakes200908#slide=1 ^ http://www.smashboxstudios.com/yello/archives/tag/art-streiber ... ...om/flash.html ^ http://www.bigpicture.in/celebrities-portraits-and-ensembles-by-art-streiber/ ...

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The Art of Writing

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...llection Together http://www.Gutenberg.us *******The Project Gutenberg Etext of The Art of Writing******** #22 in our series by Robert Louis Stevenson... ...get Etexts, and further information is included below. We need your donations. The Art of Writing by Robert Louis Stevenson April, 1996 [Etext #492]... ...Louis Stevenson April, 1996 [Etext #492] *******The Project Gutenberg Etext of The Art of Writing******* *****This file should be named artow10.txt o... ...may have other legal rights. INDEMNITY You will indemnify and hold the Project, its directors, officers, members and agents harmless from all liabilit... ...ct, and that in our own it is probably decaying. The even speech of many educated Americans sounds the note of 14 danger. I should see it go with... ...end on the average of mediocre characters. The copious Corinthian baseness of the American reporter or the Parisian CHRONIQUEAR, both so lightly re... ...the antidote, in small volumes, lies unread upon the shelf. I have spoken of the American and the French, not because they are so much baser, but ...

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Sequential art

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...ytelling or to convey information.[1] The best-known example of sequential art is comics, especially comic books and comic strips, which are a printed... ...specially comic books and comic strips, which are a printed arrangement of art and speech balloons. The term is rarely applied to other media, such as... ...1 Origins of the term 2 Types of sequential art 2.1 Wall paintings and hierog... ...the cave paintings, Egyptian hieroglyphics and paintings and pre-Columbian American picture manuscripts, which were recurrent mediums of artistic expr... ...oards A storyboard is a graphic organizer used by directors and artists for the purpose of pre-visualizing a motion picture, ...

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Summary of Large-Scale Arts Partnership Evaluations

By: Rob Horowitz

... defined as part of the core curriculum in No Child Left Behind, they are not systematically assessed in American schools. There are valid reasons f... ...valuations of arts education partnerships: challenges and outcomes. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Education Research Association, Ch... ...atics (PACT); (7) school data, such as student attendance, discipline, teacher employment, and numbers of art shows and performances. Arts for Ac... ... out the experience. Capacity Building Model The “capacity building” model prepares teachers to use an art form in their own teaching. The artist... ...t teachers, while the teacher participates with the intention of learning the process and products of the art form. Teachers may work alone, directl... ... cognitive skills, social competencies, and personal dispositions. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Education Research Association, N... ...hool activities. NYC Center for Arts Education evaluators surveyed teachers, teaching artists, project directors, and cultural organizations to de...

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Art Ellison

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... Arthur Wayland Ellison, better known as Art Ellison, was an actor and director who worked for Kansas ... ...born in Pottsdam, New York and he died in Kansas City.[1] Director Herk Harvey felt that Art Ellison has acted in more sc-fi films than any other.[2] ... ...unas (30 October 2006). Science Fiction Stars and Horror Heroes: Interviews with Actors, Directors, Producers and Writers of the 1940s Through 1960s. ... ...ober 2012.  Categories American male actors American directors... ... Categories American male actors American directors People from New York ...

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Gaining the Arts Advantage Lessons from School Districts That Value Arts Education

By: Harriet Mayor Fulbright

...and Higher Education. beauty. We know about the ancient Greeks and Native Americans, for example, by the architecture, poetry, and paintings they lef... ... left behind. We, too, will be known someday to future generations by the art we produce and leave to posterity. I believe that stu- dents cannot un... ...e students who win local, state, and national awards, including Scholastic Art competitions, regional band compe- titions, Presidential Scholars in th... ...he arts. Breadth: • Most districts participating in the study offer visual art and music in most of their schools. • Some districts offer theater in ... ...ate reports on arts education in their districts. The study's researchers, directors, project assis- tants, and editor also served as contributors. I... ...cur- riculum areas authentically; • the consistent work on the part of the directors of funded programs and expressive arts to work collaboratively to... ...gest in the Southeast, serving 58,000 students, 28 percent of them African-American and 72 percent white. One-fifth of the chil- dren receive free or ... ...ich makes possible programs at the Fine Arts Center (see sidebar), and the American Federal Bank, which underwrites the Arts Teacher of the Year Award... ...nd written the chronicles of family struggles and triumphs. The Wolfsonian directors and curators so appreciated this book and those made by the stude...

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Nazi Art

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...esenting the spirit of the Nazi Party Art of the Third Reich is the officially approved art produced in Nazi Germ... ... In the case of Germany, the model was to be classical Greek and Roman art, seen by Hitler as an art whose exterior form embodied an inner racial ... ....[2] It was, furthermore, to be comprehensible to the average man.[3] This art was to be both heroic and romantic.[3] The Nazis viewed the culture of ... ... 5.3.6 Film: actors & actresses, directors, producers ... .... Benny Goodman and Django Reinhardt were popular, and leading English and American jazz bands continued to perform in major cities until the war; the... ...uded the elimination of countless members within the art community. Museum directors that supported modern art were attacked; artists that refused to ... ... Józef Wittlin Film: actors & actresses, directors, producers Fritz Sternberg, director...

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The Art of Writing

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...*******The Project Gutenberg Etext of The Art of Writing******** #22 in our series by Robert Louis Stevenson Copyrigh... ...s, and further information is included below. We need your donations. The Art of Writing by Robert Louis Stevenson April, 1996 [Etext #492] *******T... ...venson April, 1996 [Etext #492] *******The Project Gutenberg Etext of The Art of Writing******* *****This file should be named artow10.txt or artow10... ...other legal rights. INDEMNITY You will indemnify and hold the Project, its directors, officers, members and agents harmless from all liability, cost a... ...hat in our own it is probably decaying. The even speech of many educated Americans sounds the note of danger. I should see it go with something as... ...e average of mediocre characters. The copious Corinthian baseness of the American reporter or the Parisian CHRONIQUEAR, both so lightly readable, m... ...ote, in small volumes, lies unread upon the shelf. I have spoken of the American and the French, not because they are so much baser, but so much m...

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Art Kane

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Champions of Change the Im Pac T of the Arts on L Earning

By: Edward B. Fiske

...The Arts Ed u c a ti on P a rtn ership (for m erly known as the Goals 2000 Art s E du c a ti on P a rtn ership) is a priv a te ,n on profit coa l i ti... ...o have an interest in and co m m i t- m ent to the hu m a n i ties and the art s . Its me m bers also incl u de the h e ads of federal agencies with c... ...s ti tuti on , the Libra ry of Co n gr e s s , the N a ti onal Gall ery of Art and the John F. Ke n n edy Ce n ter for the Performing Ar t s . C H A ... ...r f o s tering ac h i eve m ent and growth thr o u gh o ut their liv e s . American education is changing, and changing for the better. Who teaches, w... ...g dramatically in communities across America. And a key factor in changing American education for the better is to increase high quality arts learning... ...the better is to increase high quality arts learning in the lives of young Americans. Why is American education in such flux? In simplest terms, the r... ...h ex ten s ive interv i ews and convers a ti on s with the fa c u l ty and directors of the Co m p a ny ’s ed u c a ti on progr a m s , it became clea... ...sion gives form and depth to their activities. 5. They have co-workers, co-directors, more experi- enced practitioners, and master teachers to learn f... ...nistrators, teachers, and parents. 10. They have access to “experts”—fight directors, technical directors, sound,light,and costume designers, and danc...

...Excerpt: ARTS EDUCATION P+Y1506ARTNERSHIP: The Arts Edu c a ti on Pa rtn ership (form erly known as the Goals 2000 Art s E du c a ti on Pa rtn ership) is a priva te , n on profit coa l i ti on of m ore than 100 nati onal edu c a ti on , a rt s , bu s i n e s s , ph i l a n t h ropic and govern m en t or ga n i z a ti ons that dem on s tra...

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Constructivism (art)

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...ginated in Russia beginning in 1919, a rejection of the idea of autonomous art. The movement was in favour of art as a practice for social purposes. C... ... practice for social purposes. Constructivism had a great effect on modern art movements of the 20th century, influencing major trends such as the Bau... ... 1 Beginnings 2 Art in the service of the Revolution 3 Tatli... ...andra Ekster and the Stenberg brothers. These ideas would influence German directors like Bertolt Brecht and Erwin Piscator, as well as the early Sovi... ... American modernism ...

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Summary of Large-Scale Arts Partnership Evaluations

... defined as part of the core curriculum in No Child Left Behind, they are not systematically assessed in American schools. There are valid reasons f... ...valuations of arts education partnerships: challenges and outcomes. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Education Research Association, Ch... ...atics (PACT); (7) school data, such as student attendance, discipline, teacher employment, and numbers of art shows and performances. Arts for Ac... ... out the experience. Capacity Building Model The “capacity building” model prepares teachers to use an art form in their own teaching. The artist... ...t teachers, while the teacher participates with the intention of learning the process and products of the art form. Teachers may work alone, directl... ... cognitive skills, social competencies, and personal dispositions. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Education Research Association, N... ...hool activities. NYC Center for Arts Education evaluators surveyed teachers, teaching artists, project directors, and cultural organizations to de...

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