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    Arts and Humanities Endorsement

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    for high school. These endorsements help determine what classes to take, what college courses to prepare for, and what career you want to pursue. Our group was assigned Arts and Humanities and we researched careers such as art, music, theatre, and dance. You must have 26 credits in order to graduate while completing all other core and elective classes. This helps you plan your future and encourages you to start thinking about your future before starting to create your own life. The first two careers

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    Danny Grossman was born in San Francisco in 1942. He established the dance company called ‘Danny Grossman Dance Company’ in 1997 in Toronto, Canada. The company has created a repertoire of more than 40 works, which have been toured and performed across Canada and internationally. Although Grossman’s choreography and style was influenced by Paul Taylor, there were features that were uniquely his own. The core of his works is based on a thematic approach in stage productions. For example, in 1975 in

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    When one thinks of different dance forms, one would tend to look at the beauty of it and how it makes people feel. But understanding the origin of some of the dances should help one to appreciate the importance the art form of dance has made in history. Through both of the dance forms there would be a discussion between the origins as well as the similarities and contrast of ballet and classical Chinese dance. Ballet was first brought to light in the Italian Renaissance courts of the 15th Century

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    Dance Concert Essay

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    Nguyen Nguyen Melinda Lee Bailey HUMA 1301.P07 04/13/2016 Music concert field trip: Day Of Emotions Dance is my favorite hobby when I was a child. I used to watch dance concerts on TV shows, but I had not even watch it on stage. On April 08th, 2016, I attended a dance concert called Make Your Move like an audience. It was performed at John Anthony Theatre – Spring Creek Campus of Collin College. The concert consists of many styles of dancing from different College and University such as Collin College

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    La Sylphide Analysis

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    dressed with comedy and cultural references. In the ballet blanc the audience are abruptly introduced to the “hauntingly beautiful second half” (Riley, 2013) The ballet blanc is predominantly narrated through dance, whereas the local color has a strong focus on mime to accompany the dance. In Highland Fling (1994), The supernatural setting is featured in a forest. Situated just outside the council estate, not shying away from exposing a lower class community, the forest is littered with dustbins

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    Essay On Choreography

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    art of creating and arranging dances”. The word is derived from the Greek words to “dance” and “write”. Modern day choreographers were asked to define the choreography in one word like the ancient Greeks derived it from. The words that they described choreography as were: art, movement, creativity, planning, and expressions

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    Reflection Paper On Dance

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    As a part of the PVA dance program, I feel my perspective on both the scope of dance as an art form, and the multi-faceted approaches to dance, have broadened. I have had a great number of opportunities over the past three years to push myself and to witness others push themselves in creating and performing dance. I have also been humbled by the extent of talent I have witnessed in my peers and teachers, and these experiences not only allowed me to be more open to dance in all it 's forms, but also

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    The History Of Ballet

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    Ballet is a beautiful artwork which expresses ones dance ability beyond core and strength, it is a very mental and physical sport. It has graced the stages of many and has made people smile and cry whether you are on the one on the stage or the audience cheering after every step. It’s a dream to watch. Ballet was originated in the 15th century italian renaissance courts. Ballet was performed at wedding celebration where music and dance would be watched and praised. Many people praised ballet for

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    Family Relationships I have decided to introduce my adolescence with my family relationships because that was a very stressful and unsettling part of my adolescence. My family relationships were extremely difficult during my adolescence and I still experience some regret today due to how I treated my family. I was very selfish and self-centered during my adolescence and I was very mean to my family. I was angry about a lot of things during my adolescence and I spoke often to my family out of anger

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    Classical Ballet and Modern Dance Dance is a very known form of art to mankind. Everyone sees this form of art different, some think of it as beautiful and expressive, others see weird body movements that look cool at the same time. For the ones that do not understand why people dance, they need to open up their eyes to see the reasons behind everything. It expresses joy, love, sorrow, anger, excitement, and this list just goes on for all the possible emotions that someone can feel. Along with the

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