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Emerging Views On Making: Fibre Graduates Reflect On Their Practice, Kathleen Morris Nov 2013

Emerging Views On Making: Fibre Graduates Reflect On Their Practice, Kathleen Morris

Kathleen Morris

This narrative research examines the ways in which craft is conceptualized from the perspective of five recent graduates from the Material Art and Design Fibre Program at a prominent Canadian art and design university. Recognizing the cultural currents that have excised acts of making, including Western de-industrialization and abundant access to offshore labour markets, this research looks at the role of maker within a new societal context. A nascent theoretical platform for craft, shaped by artists and academics, counters a dearth of voices that has characterized the field’s history. Here, craft is posited as a methodology, characterized by embodiment ...


نكات مهم در نوشتن يك پروپوزال تحقيق, Asadollah Kazemi Sep 2013

نكات مهم در نوشتن يك پروپوزال تحقيق, Asadollah Kazemi

Dr. ASADOLLAH KAZEMI

No abstract provided.


Role Of Community Radio For Achieving Millennium Development Goals (Mdg) In Rural Bangladesh, Ahm. Bazlur Rahman Jun 2013

Role Of Community Radio For Achieving Millennium Development Goals (Mdg) In Rural Bangladesh, Ahm. Bazlur Rahman

AHM. Bazlur Rahman

In Bangladesh Now 14 Community Radio Stations are on-air fro aiming to ensure empowerment and right to information for the rural community. They are broadcasting altogether 120 hours program per day on information, education, local entertainment and development motivation activities. Around 536 Youth Women & Youth are now working with those Stations throughout the country as rural broadcasters. BNNRC has been struggling for the last 12 years to open up the community media (including Community Radio, Community Television and Community film) and giving focus on its vital role as voices of the voiceless people. BNNRC has been addressing the community radio ...


Labankido©: The Evaluation Of A Multimedia Tool Designed For The Teaching Of Basic Skills And Concepts In Dance Education., Aspasia Dania, Vasiliki Tyrovola, Maria Koutsouba, Dimitrios Hatziharistos Jan 2013

Labankido©: The Evaluation Of A Multimedia Tool Designed For The Teaching Of Basic Skills And Concepts In Dance Education., Aspasia Dania, Vasiliki Tyrovola, Maria Koutsouba, Dimitrios Hatziharistos

Aspasia Dania

According to modern learning theories, multimedia applications can serve as media for the simultaneous activation of the dancer’s visual and verbal system of receiving and processing incoming information relative with mo tor performance. The aim of the present research is the evaluation of the impact of a new computer multimedia application: Labankido© on beginner dance students’ performance.Labankido© is a ten unit computer tutorial specially designed for the needs of the Laban-Notation teaching method (Dania 2013), and according to the principles of Mayer’s Multimedia Learning Theory. Its main innovation is the use of Labanotation symbols (symbols for the ...


A New Methodological Application Of The Laban Theory Of Movement Analysis In Greek Traditional Dance Education., Aspasia Dania, Vasiliki Tyrovola, Maria Koutsouba Jan 2013

A New Methodological Application Of The Laban Theory Of Movement Analysis In Greek Traditional Dance Education., Aspasia Dania, Vasiliki Tyrovola, Maria Koutsouba

Aspasia Dania

The aim of the present research is the presentation of a new method for teaching Greek traditional dance: the Laban-Notation teaching method. The proposed method combines the demonstration of the dance by the teacher with the rhythmic, motor and symbolic exploration of the four basic movement concepts: knowledge of body, spatial awareness, sense of effort, relationships, as these are defined by the Laban Movement Analysis (LMA) theory (Laban & Lawrence, 1974). The main innovation of the new method is the use of the Labanotation symbols for the representation of the four movement concepts and their inclusion in verbal-motor, visual-motor and digital-motor ...


Reflections On The Phd Journey, Cresantia F. Koya Vaka'uta Jan 2013

Reflections On The Phd Journey, Cresantia F. Koya Vaka'uta

Cresantia Frances Koya Vaka'uta

This presentation presents my journey through the Doctoral thesis and the intricate web of interconnections that culminated in the dissertation.


Sokota| Art. Health. Wellness., Cresantia F. Koya, Peter D. Sipeli, Lingikoni E. Vaka'uta, Vivian Koster Jan 2013

Sokota| Art. Health. Wellness., Cresantia F. Koya, Peter D. Sipeli, Lingikoni E. Vaka'uta, Vivian Koster

Cresantia Frances Koya Vaka'uta

This Art exhibition featured 19 Fijian emerging artists who participated in a one year project learning about Wellness, health and NCDs in Fiji and the Pacific. Their conceptual art projects were designed to generate dialogue with the wider community and with the Ministry of Education's Health Promoting School Project. The exhibition is an outcome of the Educating for Sustainable Lifestyles through the Arts is co-managed by Peter Sipeli (FNU) and Cresantia Frances Koya (USP). It is funded through the Fiji College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, FNU, AusAid, Ministry of Health and the Faculty of Arts, Law and ...


Anthropological Evidence Of The 15 Intended Itaukei Tapa Cloth (Masi) Motifs Pre-Dating The Creation Of The Air Pacific/Fiji Airways Logo, Cresantia Frances Koya Vaka'uta Jan 2013

Anthropological Evidence Of The 15 Intended Itaukei Tapa Cloth (Masi) Motifs Pre-Dating The Creation Of The Air Pacific/Fiji Airways Logo, Cresantia Frances Koya Vaka'uta

Cresantia Frances Koya Vaka'uta

This short paper examines the history of Tapa in order to show that the fifteen kesakesa designs identified as trade mark worthy by Air Pacific/Fiji Airways are a significant part of the cultural heritage of the iTaukei peoples of Fiji. It will also show that Tapa and the designs/motifs found within tapa are often shared cultural designs across the Pacific. The position taken is that all forms of cultural heritage expressions must remain the intellectual property of their indigenous owners from whom this knowledge, skills and art forms originate. NO COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISE can or should claim the right ...