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  • ...eramics.<ref>Ibid.</ref> The Nguyen dynasty also patronized the performing arts, such as imperial court music and dance, which became highly developed. .... By the early twentieth century, French art institutions such as the Fine Arts College of Indochine (FACI) taught European methods to Vietnamese artists,
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  • ...nterior decoration of a temple or palace.<ref>[ Definition: Himalayan 'Style' Art] Retrieved February 9, ... as well as aspects of the Buddhist culture.<ref>[ Rock paintings] ''TibetTrip''. Retrieved Februar
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  • The arts of Africa constitute one of the most diverse legacies on earth. While many ...nd [[500s B.C.E.|500 B.C.E.]]. Along with sub-Saharan Africa, the cultural arts of the western tribes, [[ancient Egypt]]ian artifacts, and indigenous south
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  • Beyond songwriting and performing, Seeger used his music to bring about change. He spent his life believing i "uncle." Charles also taught part-time at the [[New School for Social Research]]. Career and money tensions led to quarrels and reconciliations, but when
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  • ... Modernist Painting," reprinted in ''Aesthetics: A Reader in Philosophy of Arts'' (1961).</ref> ...society be quite different than its value to individuals? Do the values of arts differ significantly from form to form? Working on the intended value of ar
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  • ...first time, she is kidnapped by the god Betara Kala, and Panji sets out in search of her. The lovers, both in disguise, travel from one kingdom to another an ...longest versions, the Malaysian "Hikayat Misa Taman Jaya Jayeng Kusuma," starts with the betrothal of Raden Inu (Panji) to Raden Galuh (Candra Kirana) whil
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  • ...inued to attend church services, to study the Bible, and to persist in his search for answers about God, the world, and the purpose of human life. ...han race to the South along with the streams of refugees, he spent 40 days searching for and gathering each one who had responded to him as a disciple. With
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  • ...ty Fact Sheet 2006-2007] - ''New York University Office of Institutional Research and Program Evaluation''. Retrieved October 23, 2007.</ref> ... a [[private university|private]], [[nonsectarian]], [[coeducation]]al [[research]] [[university]] in [[New York City]]. NYU's main campus is situated in the
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  • |Background = non_performing_personnel ...ahler, then age 15, was admitted to the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna Conservatoire where he studied the [[piano]] under [[Julius Epste
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  • ...n people to performances by its four internationally renowned [[performing arts]] companies: Los Angeles Philharmonic, Center Theatre Group (CTG), the [[L. ... [[Value (personal and cultural)|values]] and [[art]] through their Active Arts program. For this, the Music Center is renowned in the local [[Los Angeles]
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  • ...ically characterize the Pashtuns.<ref>Olivier Roy. ''Globalized Islam: The Search For A New Ummah.'' (New York: Columbia University Press original 1980, 2006 The Pashtuns have an ancient history, much still unresearched. From the second millennium B.C.E. to the present, Pashtun regions have s
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  • ...s of the Library are known by the acronyms CATNYP for the four principal research libraries and LEO for the dozens of neighborhood branch libraries. ...uilding is the crowning achievement of the [[Beaux-Arts architecture|Beaux-Arts]] architectural firm of [[Carrere and Hastings]]. Its holdings include a [[
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  • Moscow is world-renowned for its architecture and its performing arts. It is well-known for the elegant onion domes of [[Saint Basil's Cathedral] ...he Development of Moscow] ''Indiana University, South Bend Undergraduate Research Journal'' 5 (2002). Retrieved July 27, 2019.</ref> [[Ivan III of Russia|Iva
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  • ...usband Ted Shawn, called the Denishawn Studio. She spent eight years there performing, teaching, and embarking on a longtime collaboration with [[Louis Horst]], ...ork. It is from this pool of students that she first drew upon to create a performing ensemble. Initially, her dance group was made up entirely of female dancers
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  • ... disciples, such as Nancarrow); Virgil Thomson styled them the "rhythmic research fellows." In 1925, Cowell organized the New Music Society, one of whose pri ...tto and Trio) (1939) for the dance piece ''Marriage at the Eiffel Tower,'' performing in Seattle, he explored what he called "elastic" form. The twenty-four meas
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  • ...editation]]. He was often known to say, "Everything else can wait, but the search for God cannot wait." ...r Boys (in the building now housing the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts), which he attended from 1954 to 1959. During his young adolescence, Harris
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  • ...r]], in an area called [[Nunatsiavut]] ("Our Beautiful Land"); in various parts of the [[Northwest Territories]], mainly on the coast of the [[Arctic Ocean ...uktitut is mainly spoken in the Yukon, Northwest Territories, and in some parts of Greenland. The language of the Inupiat in Alaska is Iñupiaq (which is t
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  • ...d a one-story house with distinctive guttering and tiling. After extensive searching, they found that Thondup's house resembled that in Reting's vision. They ...tory]], [[religion]], and [[culture]]. The Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts was established in 1959, and the Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studie
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  • training centers. King Yejong was also noted for his sponsorship of the arts. [[Confucianism|Confucian]] ceremonial music ''(Aak)'' had its origin in [[ ...ded occasion of a Korean dynasty providing formal training in the military arts. Due to tensions between the aristocracy and the military, it was removed f
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  • ...ptised]] at age 12. He studied at the [[University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna|Vienna Conservatory]] and in [[Paris]], where his teachers included * [ Kreisler on Youtube]
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