Profile of Self Assignment
Print out and bring to class to turn in on Friday July 12, 2013. No uploaded or emailed copies needed.
If you do not have the book yet, borrow a friends just long enough to read the end of Chapter 1.
It is pretty short. This ass
This stage is just like it sounds. Describe what you actually see in the
Imagine you are trying to describe the artwork to someone over the phone.
List the following: Name of the artist, title of the work and where is it
Aesthetics is a branch of philosophy that examines the nature of art and
our experience of it. It emerged during the 18th century in Europe and
developed in England as philosophers grouped together such fields as
poetry, sculpture, music, and dance. They
Dance Terms and Important Names
Dance movements designed for the vocalists, the singers or the back-up
singers to make the performance more interesting to the audience.
Twyla belonged to the 2nd generation of post-modern dan
The Performance of Art Criticism
Edmund Burke Feldman, a noted professor of art, developed a four-stage sequence for describing, analyzing,
interpreting, and evaluating works of art. The Feldman Model presented here, begins with the easies
Ch. 1 Be familiar with the Art and Aesthetic Experience section, know
what influences people to see the arts the way they do. Know several
different types of places where dance can be found.
Moral, religious, ethical values
LATIN AMERICAN DANCES:
These are essentially divided into two categories:
The authentic, traditional dances that fall lately into the domain of the
folkloric, many of
these dances vary from region-to-region, and generally involve a
Ballet was derived from the dance of Italian courts during the
Renaissance (15th-16th centuries). It spread to the French court of
Catherine de Medici.
Classical ballet as we know it was created in the court of King
Louis XIV (who also patronized Lully,
The Four Elements of Dance
(and their sub-sections)
Inner: muscles, bones, joints, heart, lungs, breath
Outer: head, shoulders, arms, hands, back, ribcage, hips,
Non-Locomotor stretch, bend, twist, circle, rise, collapse, swing,