The Visual and Performing Arts:

An International Anthology: Volume I

Edited by Stephen Andrew Arbury

ISBN: 978-960-9549-90-5428 pages

First published in 2012 by ATINER

Price: Paperback: 50 (It includes Shipping and Handling)

Electronic copy: 30

 

1.

The Visual and Performing Arts: An International Anthology: An Introduction

Stephen Andrew Arbury

1

 

Part A: Issues in Theatre and Cinemas

2.

The Distance of Woman and Man in Nuri Bilge Ceylan Cinema

Nilay Ulusoy

7

3.

The Importance of Theatre in the Interrogation of the Other

Anastasia Kapra

17

4.

Staging Real Stories: Performance and Cultural Rights

Lule Rosenbaun

23

5.

But we will speak! Eight Men Speak and the Silencing of the Radical Leftist Theatre in Canada: 1929-1936

Moira J. Day

33

6.

Intercultural Theatre for the 21st Century: Demolishing Epistemic Walls and Building New Glocalities

Stefano Muneroni

63

7.

Going Green Globally

Siobhan Bremer

73

Part B: The Far Reaches of Two-and Three-Dimensional Art

8.

Evaluating a Painting in the Perspective of Interpicturality over Claude Levi Strausss Myth Analysis

Oktay Köse and Tuğba Kodal

81

9.

Interpicturality in Herman Braun-Vegas Paintings

Kubilay Aktulum

89

10.

Contemporary Photography in Senegal: Building on West African Photographic Heritage

Anne L. Pierce

103

11.

Seeing Double: Aspects of the Lives of Turkish Transsexual Prostitutes

Mary Robert

113

12.

Masks of Time: Contemporary Practices and Tools for Interpreting Ancient Cultural Monuments

Jeni Mihova

119

13.

Various Aspects of Noh Masks and their Development in Japanese Theater Tradition

Ekaterina Morozova

131

14.

An Empirical Study in the Design Studio: The Rubiks Cube Metaphor

Mehmet Uysal and Dicle Aydin

137

15.

Change from Horse-Drawn Carriage Manufacture to Automotive Manufacture in Bursa, the Capital of the Ottoman Empire

Meltem Ozkaraman Sen

151

 

Part C: Fine Applied Arts

16.

The Artist as Conduit for Cultural Exchange: Fabric Prints Inspired by Studies of World Arts Traditions

Catherine Ruth Joslyn

167

17.

Evil-Eye Beads Production in Turkey Today

Ekrem Kula, Esin Kucukbicmen and Yasemin Aslan Bakiri

171

18.

Ceramic and Blue

Dilek Alkan Ozdemir

177

19.

Overview of Contemporary Turkish Ceramic Art

Deniz Onur Erman

187

20.

Texture in Ceramics

Zehra Cobanli and Lale Demir

201

21.

Contemporary Art and Design with Wood: American Studio Furniture

Tolga Benli

211

Part D: Issues in Art History

22.

The Cultural Trojan Horse: Art in Greece since 2000 C.E.

Karlie Harstad

225

23.

Bona Fide Materials: The Effect of History on Authentic Experience

Patrick Vincent

245

24.

Mythological Representations in Chinese Art: Female Immortals in Ming (1368-1644) Figure Paintings

Zexun Zhang

257

25.

Power and Religious Patronage in the Making of Indo-Greek Art in Northwest India

Nalini Rao

269

26.

Apollonian and Dionysian in Gustav Klimts Frieze at the Pelesh Castle, Romania

Antonela Corban

281

Part E: Current Issues in Art Education

27.

The Analysis of the Notion Freedom in Fine Arts Academies. Are Fine Arts Academies against the New Enterprises?

Firat Arapoglu and Insel Inal

293

28.

Adolescents Investigation of Popular Culture Imagery in the Art Classrooms

Karen Cummings

303

 

29.

The Characteristic of Professional Higher Education Bachelor Study Programme and Professional Higher Education Master Study Programme Art in Daugavpils University

Maris Cacka, Aleksandra Šlahova, and Ilze Volonte

311

30.

Inclusive Mural Painting in Contemporary Art Education

Kong Ho

323

31.

A Case Study of the Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program at Texas Tech University: Best Practices for an Integrated Arts Curriculum

Janice N. Killian, Linda Donahue and Carol Edwards

335

32.

Problems in the Perception of Linear Perspective

Aleksandra Šlahova

347

Part F: Graphic Design

33.

Green Mapping: A Graphic Design Challenge

Jessica Ring

367

34.

The Films Title Sequences in Early Years of Turkish Cinema

Nazli Eda Noyan

381

35.

A Dramaturgical, Semiotic and Visual Analysis of the Design of Theatre Lobby Display

Raymond W. Young, Deborah C. Morgan, and William V. Faux II

395