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Kinetic Sculpture In Theatre And Live Entertainment, Francesca Muscolo Dec 2014

Kinetic Sculpture In Theatre And Live Entertainment, Francesca Muscolo

Student Scholar Symposium Abstracts and Posters

Technology dominates contemporary “theatre,” but the theatre is often the last industry to see innovations. Instead, the technical field operates on leftovers from entertainment, visual art, or industrial settings. The technological differences between these areas begin to blur; the differences lay only in their execution and intention. Some companies such as Cirque du Soliel, Diavolo, and Chunky Move blend technology and performance until the two become indivisible. This technology is being developed in an effort to lessen boundaries and create new opportunities that could not otherwise happen onstage.

Through this thesis I will develop a basic understanding of the machinery ...


Dutch And Flemish Masterworks From The Rose-Marie And Eijk Van Otterloo Collection Mfa-Houston (Nov. 13 2011-Feb. 12, 2012), David Mazella Apr 2013

Dutch And Flemish Masterworks From The Rose-Marie And Eijk Van Otterloo Collection Mfa-Houston (Nov. 13 2011-Feb. 12, 2012), David Mazella

ABO: Interactive Journal for Women in the Arts, 1640-1830

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Occasional Papers: On Creativity In The Arts, Janice Rowan Poley Oct 1992

Occasional Papers: On Creativity In The Arts, Janice Rowan Poley

Hollybush Series

Volume 3 of The Hollybush Series contains thirteen essays on creativity, and three photographs of visual artwork, by Rowan College of New Jersey faculty.

The editor is Janice Rowan Poley and the authors of the works are Joseph Robinette, Antoinette Libro, Rodney Gates, William Morris, Kenneth Kaleta, William Travis, E. Michael Desilets, Donald Gephardt, Joseph Tishler, Bertram Greenspan, Daniel Chard, Richard Ambacher, Harold Oliver, N. Jeane Hartman, Richard Grupenhoff, and Joseph Bierman.