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  • Theater And Performance Art
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    What is Performance Art? How does it differ from Theater? The term 'Performance Art's tarted in the United States in the 60's. It was originally used to describe any live artistic event, which included poets, filmmakers, musicians, dancers, etc. Even though the descriptive word came about in the 1960's, there were earlier precedents for performance art. The live performances of the Dadaist meshed poetry and visual arts. The German Bauhaus, founded in 1919, included theater workshops that explore...
  • Anderson's Performance Pieces
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    Overview Laurie Anderson earned an international reputation as a high-tech magician of multi-media performance art. Her legendary shows, combining computer synthesized music, videos, slides, and provocative monologues, have challenged and delighted audiences for over twenty years. A self-described "story-teller", Anderson's art stems from a deeply personal vision. Once the l'enfant terrible of New York's avante-garde, Anderson has evolved into a kind of electronic folk artist; an urbane Will Rog...
  • M 1 Youth Connection's Main Sponsor
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    Introduction The M 1 Youth Connection is an annual event held by The Necessary Stage (TNS). This event is a theatre festival held for, as the name implies, the youth. The festival does not only include theatrical productions but also art exhibitions, concerts. It is an established event that has been on-going for five years. It is also Singapore's only annual festival of theatre and other arts for young people. Backed by its main sponsor MobileOne (M 1), the youth connection attempts to fulfil i...
  • Performance Art
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    What is meant by the term 'Modern Art' The term 'Modern Art' applies to the forward thinking architects, designers and artisans who from the 1880's onwards created new and diverse ideas, particularly to escape the oppression of stark representation. Artists became frustrated with the inability to convey emotion and real meaning. Modern artists saw that representationalism had all been done many times over. Perhaps the introduction of photography added to this mood, was there still a need for rea...
  • Art Without Science
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    Appreciation Of Art And Science In Society Appreciation Of Art And Science In Society One needs both art and science to be fulfilled. If we see a play the lighting is manipulated and the props are measured and cut to a certain size. In music there is rhythm and time. In architecture there is measurement and surveying. If art is focused upon more than science or science is focused upon more than art there will not be an equal balance of appreciation between the two fields. There is no art without...

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