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Aulos: instrument like oboe in ancient times o Aulos competition by Greeks America is a bubble-up culture, not trickled down like France/other Western cultures o Black culture is the biggest export. o Bubble up: Coke, Pepsi, baseball cap backwards, not high class or elevated. o Zurna: traditional Turkish instrument o Sezen aksu: queen of Turkish pop o Oh, Oh : name of the song o Matisyahu: jewish reggae singer o Multiple choice exams that probe to the soul TA: 40% of grade 20%: participation/attendance, 20% 5 1-pg papers 20% midterm, 40% final Letter grades Andrew Dawson, Druid Theater, Blue Dragon
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Lecture 10/8/08 Guest Speaker Frank Dweyer No mic: becomes something intimate One laugh infects everyone in the audience It comes out of religion. Tragedy is what Aristotle wrote about in democracy Dithyramb god of fertility Phallus: erect male member 10/13/08 Tony Deifell, went to Harvard Business School but doesn’t tell ppl cuz he’ll be overrated. Seeing Beyond Sight There’s Braille on the front of the book, the school motto “By Faith, not By Sight” A school for the blind 1. Distortion,we don’t see the world as it is. Fear distorts the pic. (Tractor) 2. Refraction: Seeing fragments makes u see the world better. What do u help others see? What pieces of the world do u mistake for the whole? (Bell) 3. Reflection: Knowing urself. How different is the mask u wear from who u REALLY are? (Picture taken with a mirror of a person)
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4. Transparence: being candid and open w/ the world, being connected to the world. How do u stay connected to the world? (Blind Guy) 5. Illuminance: how do we see an illuminated world? See the small cracks. How do we see beyond ourselves, see the h Public art can be seen by everyone, focused less on the artist than the public. Everyone has art inside of them
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2009 for the course ART&ARC 10 taught by Professor Winter during the Spring '07 term at UCLA.

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