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  U.S. Copyright Office - Performing Art Works Registration
Make sure your work is a performing arts work.
Performing arts works are intended to be “performed” directly before an audience or indirectly “by means of any device or process.” Included are (1) musical works, including any accompanying words; (2) dramatic works, such as scripts, including any accompanying music; (3) pantomimes and choreographic works; and (4) motion pictures and other audiovisual works.
Note: Performing arts registration is not the same as registering a sound recording.
www.copyright.gov /register/performing.html   (0 words)

 Performing Arts: Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage
The first recorded performance in Newfoundland was in 1583 when Sir Humphrey Gilbert travelled to the island to claim it as a British possession.
Performance development from the early 17th century plantation period until the late 18th century remains obscure; then historians began to record, notably in Conception Bay and Bonavista Bay outports, the practice of Christmas mummering.
In addition to theatre, which frequently involves musicians, performance arts have expanded to include a strong presence in contemporary and new dance, the focus of which is often, as it is in theatre, Newfoundland life and experience.
www.heritage.nf.ca /arts/p_arts.html   (946 words)

 Performing Arts Workshop
Performing Arts Workshop publishes several texts and manuals with detailed lesson plans for use in the classroom.
The guide explains arts education within the framework of educational policy and practice in California, but the model can be adapted for many communities.
In this guide, you will learn about the residency model, the history of Performing Arts Workshop's residency model and what 40 years of experience has shown to be the best practices for artists and teachers.
www.performingartsworkshop.org /resourceCentProgramMgrs.htm   (1391 words)

 Omaha Performing Arts - Holland Performing Arts Center
A product of the sensational participation and generous support of the community, the Holland Performing Arts Center is a testament to Omaha’s legacy for civic leadership and commitment to the arts.
Performance spaces include the 2,000-seat Peter Kiewit Concert Hall, flexible 400-seat Suzanne and Walter Scott Recital Hall, and a semi-enclosed outdoor performance and event garden able to accommodate 1,000 people.
The Holland Performing Arts Center design team was led by the Omaha-based architectural firm HDR in collaboration with Polshek Partnership Architects (New York).
www.omahaperformingarts.org /opac.asp   (548 words)

 Performing Arts | Utah.com
The Theatre and the surrounding cultural arts complex are home to art galleries and hands-on arts activities, and serves as a gathering place for community tradition.
Theatrical and musical performances are staged outdoors against the red rock at the Tuacahn complex, 10 miles north of St. George; (800) 746-9882.
Performances take place in September, in indoor and outdoor venues ranging from historic Star Hall in Moab to the banks of the Colorado River.
www.utah.com /arts   (2311 words)

 Digital Librarian: Performing Arts
Performing Arts Data Service (PADS) - Based at the University of Glasgow, PADS "collects and promotes the use of digital data resources to support research and teaching in the performing arts."
Performing Arts Encyclopedia: A guide to the performing arts collections and exhibitions at the Library of Congress - "Guide to the collections and resources at the Library of Congress that pertain to music, theater, and dance." You can browse by people and subject.
Performing Arts in America, 1875-1923 - New York Public Library's "searchable database of 16,000 objects representing archival materials from one of the strongest periods in the Performing Arts Library collections."
www.digital-librarian.com /performing.html   (0 words)

 Savannah College of Art and Design Performing Arts Program
Performing arts graduates work in multimedia entertainment, television, film and the performing arts in a variety of roles associated with acting, playwriting, casting, directing and management.
Performing arts students participate in original student-written plays, new interpretations of classical and modern plays, musical revues, dance concerts, senior projects and thesis shows.
The number of hours performing artists are employed vary per day or week, as do the number of weeks they are employed during the year.
www.scad.edu /performing-arts   (832 words)

 Performing arts in Arkansas includes dance, theater, story telling, musical heritage & living history reenactments
And our performing arts have provided an educational and entertaining way to allow that story to unfold.
Arkansas's heritage comes to life through the sound of a stringed instrument, the tap of a dance shoe and the performance of an actor on stage.
Storytelling is an art found throughout the state, including at the Arkansas Arts Council and Historic Arkansas Museum and at many activities held in May, which is Arkansas Heritage Month.
www.arkansasheritage.com /performing_arts   (191 words)

 US Performing Arts Camps : Department of Theatre and Dance
US Performing Arts mission is to promote and develop the growth of performing artists in America.
US Performing Arts Camps are located at some of the finest university facilities in the country.
Read what 2005 US Performing Arts Camp participant Jena Kirmse has to say about the camp and her experience as a freshman at UT Theatre & Dance.
www.finearts.utexas.edu /tad/special_programs/summer_youth_programs/us_performing_arts_camp/index.cfm   (909 words)

 Performing Arts :: Deerfield Academy :: an independent, coeducational boarding high school
Deerfield students and faculty are extraordinarily productive in the performing arts.
Performances enliven the school calendar, drawing enthusiastic audiences and providing showcases for individual talents as well as group efforts.
All students are encouraged to participate in the visual or performing arts regardless of their level of experience.
www.deerfield.edu /arts/index.cfm?page_id=113   (155 words)

 Performing Arts
The arts of live theatre are central to the education offered by a communication college.
Students in the Department of Performing Arts are challenged to develop a deep understanding of self along with a sense of ethical responsibility to the immediate community and society at large.
Prospective undergraduate Performing Arts students should direct their questions about programs and auditions to stagedoor@emerson.edu.
www.emerson.edu /performing_arts/index.cfm   (242 words)

 Association of Performing Arts Presenters
Johnson & Johnson and the Society for the Arts in Healthcare collaborate to encourage the use of arts in healthcare to improve the experiences of patients, families and caregivers.
Young Performers Career Advancement (YPCA) Application YPCA, part of the Arts Presenters Classical Connections initiative, is a professional development series designed to assist selected classical musicians in the formative stages of their careers by offering opportunities to meet and work with established presenters, managers, agents and artists.
This initiative is administered by the Association of Performing Arts Presenters with major support from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the Ford Foundation.
www.artspresenters.org   (0 words)

 Performing Arts
The Performing Arts Department offers several courses that fulfill current UH Hilo General Education requirements, providing students in all majors with an exposure to Western musical practices and literature, foundational studies in performance and technical theatre, and an introduction to the art of various modes of dance.
In order to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in Performing Arts, students must not only fulfill the requirements for one of the specialty concentrations in the major but also meet all of the University's other baccalaureate degree requirements.
UH Hilo Performing Arts provides a variety of performing ensembles that are open to all qualified students.
www.uhh.hawaii.edu /academics/perfarts   (698 words)

 Richmond.com/Performing Arts - Performing Arts in Richmond, Virginia
Richmond.com/Performing Arts - Performing Arts in Richmond, Virginia
Art in Motion Richmond.com's final installment in upcoming culture events concludes with symphony, dance and opera performances.
The Latin Ballet of Virginia is proud to present EL DORADO, The Golden City, a performing...
www.richmond.com /performingarts/index.aspx   (785 words)

 Performing Arts — Infoplease.com
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Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts - Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, in central...
Wolf Trap Farm Park for the Performing Arts - Wolf Trap Farm Park for the Performing Arts: Wolf Trap Farm Park for the Performing Arts: see...
www.infoplease.com /ipea/A0152802.html   (119 words)

 Performing Arts
The Performing Arts program gives students a solid training in acting, directing, theatre management, set, sound and costume design and construction.
Scholarships are available in performance and in technical theatre areas.
Performances are in the 226-seat Helfaer Theatre, a 499-seat theatre in the Weasler Auditorium and an 89-seat proscenium theatre in Straz Tower.
www.marquette.edu /comm/departments/performingarts.html   (169 words)

 Performing Arts - Asia Society
Major support for performances at the Asia Society is provided by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the Helen and Will Little Endowment for Performing Arts.
Lamas from Bhutan give a rare performance of sacred dances that convey religious ideas or depict the countless manifestations of the Buddhas, the Tantric deities and the guardian or protecting deities of Buddhism.
This annual program series provides a platform to discuss the role of arts and culture in contemporary society, the relationships between the individual and community, heritage and globalization, as well as the synergies between economic growth and cultural enterprise.
www.asiasociety.org /arts/aslive.html   (3680 words)

 NPR Topics: Performing Arts
Whether he plays a man or a woman, Taichi Saotome draws fans from all over Japan to his theater for the masses performances.
Director Ang Lee had to cut nine minutes from his racy Lust, Caution before the film could be released in China -- and performers as diverse as Gwen Stefani and Ian McKellen have recently been asked to cover up rather than offend local audiences.
Broadway is on the verge of going dark, as labor negotiations between the League of American Theaters and Producers and the International Association of Theatrical Stage Employees -- the union that represents the stagehands -- have come to an impasse.
www.npr.org /rss/rss.php?id=1046   (1213 words)

 United Performing Arts Fund
The United Performing Arts Fund is proud to welcome Cristy Garcia-Thomas as the president of their organization.
She succeeds Christine Harris at UPAF, who served as president since 2002, and is credited with leading the company to unparalleled fundraising success as well as heightening the integrity of the organization through increasing accountability to the community.
“The performing arts are a tremendous asset to the community and Cristy’s experience in strategic development, revenue growth, and leadership throughout the community make her the ideal candidate to lead UPAF to even greater success in the future,” said Thomas Ellis, UPAF board of directors chairman and senior vice president, M&I Marshall & Ilsley Bank.
www.upaf.org   (0 words)

 AHDS Performing Arts
AHDS Performing Arts supports research, learning and teaching with high quality and dependable digital resources related to music, dance, theatre, radio, film, television, and performance.
The Arts and Humanities Data Service preserves digital data in the long term, promotes good practice in the use of digital data, provides technical advice to the research community, and supports the deployment of digital technologies.
The AHDS Performing Arts Scoping Study: Getting to Know Our Audience full report is available free online and as a printed booklet: AHDS Performing Arts Scoping Study: Getting to Know Our Audience (1.7Mb).
ahds.ac.uk /performingarts   (413 words)

 Program in Performing Arts
In the Upper and Lower Lobbies of the Davis Performing Arts Center.
Join students in a gala celebration of the performing arts at Georgetown.
Then mingle with the performers and their families at a post concert reception in the lobby of the Davis Arts Center.
performingarts.georgetown.edu   (0 words)

 Walker Art Center - Performing Arts
Contemporary performing artists not only reflect the world we inhabit in unimagined, inspired ways, but they are increasingly pushing art forms in new, hybrid... read more »
As a leading national force since its founding, the Walker Art Center’s Performing Arts Department has been built successfully on a foundation laid by five visionary directors and a level of institutional commitment rare for a contemporary arts center.
A primer on contemporary art, the Walker’s new catalogue captures the institution’s multidisciplinary history and reflects many of its commissions and extensive collections of paintings, sculptures, prints, photography, design, film/video, new media, and performing arts.
performingarts.walkerart.org   (0 words)

 Visual & Performing Arts @ Suite101: Musicals to ballroom dance, theatre and gallery openings to photography and ...
Your source for the arts, from theatre history (Sophocles, Shakespeare) to modern theatre and recent playwrights (Soyinka, Chekhov, Mamet).
Read about multimedia arts experiments, digital art, Outsider Art and the fascinating questions that come up in the complex interplay of art and society.
Ernst, advocate for irrationality in art, favored non-traditional artistic methods for the strange, mysterious human, animal, bird, and plant forms they suggested.
www.suite101.com /visualperformingarts   (0 words)

 Performing Arts Network - Gateway To The Performing Arts
This site is dedicated to the perpetuation of quality performing arts where performing artists, performing arts management, performing arts presenters, and audiences may participate in the exchange and creation of cultural and artistic ideas
Our links section has been redesigned and updated--there is now access to over 15,000 Performing Arts related web sites.
We normally do not advertise, but want to see this company reap some benefits for untold and unpaid hours of developing this much-need software.
www.performingarts.net   (0 words)

 Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center
The Symphony will also perform music by Mozart and Brahms.
A Santa Clara University professor performs Bach and Widor on the new Forbes Pipe Organ.
This show can't be described - only experienced.  Experience the impossible as illusion and reality collide.  Amazing predictions relating to the most important questions in life.  Don't miss what could very well be the most meaningful two hours you'll ever spend.
www.pacslo.org   (0 words)

 The Kennedy Center
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
The festival also includes many free performances and exhibitions including "Robotopia Rising" and an anime marathon.
Upcoming Millennium Stage performances - free at 6 p.m.
www.kennedy-center.org   (0 words)

 Performing Arts > Performing Arts Websites > Performing Arts Directory
The Vancouver Centennial Theater has for 35 years been home to a variety of local and international performing artists.
This Category is for Performing Arts related websites only.
If you have a Performing Arts related website and would like to see it listed on this page please feel free to submit it below.
www.webworldindex.com /phtml/Arts/Performing_Arts   (0 words)

 NYPL, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
NYPL, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
Just published for the first time: Debussy’s song “Les Papillons” in facsimile and transcription from the autograph manuscript in the Music Division.
Reserve a PC at the Library for the Performing Arts
www.nypl.org /research/lpa/lpa.html   (0 words)

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