The Visual and Performing Arts: An International Anthology: Volume II

Edited by Stephen Andrew Arbury

ISBN: 978-960-9549-31-8414 pages

First published in 2012 by ATINER

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

Electronic copy: 30

 

Table of Contents

 

1.

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

Stephen Andrew Arbury

1

 

Part A: Issues in Theatre

2.

The Screenplay as Research Palimpsest

Julius Ayodeji

7

3.

Affects of Blending and Perspective on the Performance of Gesture in Narrative Fiction

Neal Utterback

19

4.

Dreamwork for Playwriting: Using the Oneiric to write Magic Drama

David Crespy

35

5.

Sleepy Hollow: The Development of a New Musical Theatre Production

Jim Christian and Catherine Zublin

43

6.

New Perspectives on Cultural Performance

Suzanne MacAulay and Kevin Landis

53

7.

The Graterford Prison Project: Negotiating Change

Beverly Redman

61

Part B: Contemporary Art History Criticism

8.

Reading the Surface: The Creative Voice in the Art Criticism of Stuart Morgan

James A. Brown

73

9.

Contemporary Art and the Past: Repetition or Rhyme?

Andrea Eis

81

10.

The Reflection of Traditional and Modern Approaches in 21st Century Academic Art Research in Iran

Ashraf Mousavilar

93

11.

Kitsch: Boom or Bluff, the Hypermodern Synthesis. The Formation of the Concept of Kitsch in the Current Dynamics of Visual Culture

Bianca Predoi

109

12.

Does Catholic Art Inspire Polish Contemporary Camp Art?

Anna Kwiatkowska-England

123

13.

The Sky in Contempory Art. The Pictorial Landscape Image and the Sky Theme In Contempory Art

Emre Tandirli

131

14.

Polish Museums Websites as Members of Great Worldwide Family

Anna Żakiewicz

143

 

Part C: Pedagogy

15.

Between Production and Display: On Teaching Curating to Fine Art Students

James A. Brown

161

16.

The Interdisciplinary Arts and Ideas Performance Model: Philosophical, Psychological, Pedagogical, and Practical Perspectives

Stephen Weber and Zachary Simpson

167

17.

Confounding the Circle of Expectation: Outwitting the Media Super-peer with Collaborative Dramaturgy

Gyllian Raby

181

18.

Applying Tewksbury and Macdonalds Designing Effective and Innovative Courses Principles to a Design and Technology Curriculum in the Performing Arts Using a Problem Based Learning Approach

P. Gibson Ralph

191

19.

Design and Implementation of User Centric Content Delivery Using Biometric Data Capture and Intelligent Analysis

William Russell Pensyl, Weyun Bai, Shuochen Liang, Thien Qui Tran Cong, Shangping Lee and Yihan Zhang

199

Part D: Dance

20.

The Role of Attention, Perception and Memory Processes in Choreographic Cognition: Issues for Research and Analysis

Fatima Wachowicz and Catherine Stevens

211

21.

Beyond the Steps: Preparing for a Lifetime of Dance

Margo K. Apostolos

225

22.

Historic Dance Photography and Dance Pedagogy

Susan E. Anderson

229

23.

The Write Rhythm

Gilly Smith

255

Part E: Music

24.

Brazilian Choro Music: Race, Class and Nationalism in Brazil

Maurita Murphy Mead

263

25.

Studio Idol: Leveraging Popular Culture for the Teaching of Private Studio Voice

Melody Baggech

269

26.

Intertextualization: A Historical and Contextual Study of the Battle Villancico El más Augusto Campeón

Daniel King Farris

275

27.

The Candidates of Music Teachers Motivatıon Levels in the Instrument Education in Turkey

Sibel Çoban and Tuğba Çalişkan

293

28.

SonicFields: An Immersed Sonic Experience

Selcuk Artut and Ahmet Güzererler

307

29.

 

Active Listening to Music- Methodology and School Practice in Poland

Gabriela Karin Konkol

315

30.

The Original Indian Music Traditions in an Aspect of their Interconnection between the Theatre and Dance Art 

Tatiana Evgenievna Morozova

321

31.

The Reception of Dantes Divine Comedy in Music and the Arts: Focusing in the 20th and the 21st Century

Evangelia Mitsopoulou

327

Part F: Illustration and Book Arts

32.

Student Approach to Book Arts

Martha L. Carothers

337

33.

Seeing the Truth: Some Issues, Challenges and Inspired Responses in Graphic Memoir

Peaco Todd

357

34.

Transmitting Meaning via Illustrations

Anja Hatva

377

35.

Beyond Paper

Patty K. Wongpakdee

389