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  Performing Arts
Performing Arts is designed as a rigorous introduction to both theater arts and performing arts.
Theater Arts I: is designed for beginning students who are serious enough about developing their acting skills that they wish to pursue a course of study in acting at the high school.
Theater Arts II is an advanced level theater course, designed for students who have had previous training or experience in either theater, film or television, and plan on continuing this training at the high school and college level.
www.sbceo.k12.ca.us /~junior/performi.htm   (799 words)

 NTID Performing Arts Certificate
The Performing Arts Certificate program was primarily developed to broaden employment opportunites for Deaf graduates in applied arts and imaging, professional and technical communication and related business areas, industrial technologies, and other fields by expanding their repertoire of marketable skills.
The Performing Arts Certificate is designed to provide students with knowledge of theatre terminology, practices and protocol; issues in script analysis, ASL translation, and accessibility; and experience in performance and technical theatre.
The course Introduction to Performing Arts (0881-250) is a prerequisite to the pursuit of the certificate(s).
www.rit.edu /~423www/performing_arts/certificate.html   (281 words)

 Role (performing arts) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The term role in the performing arts is usually taken to mean an actor's interpretation of a fictional character written in a script that culminates in a unique performance of that character.
This is one of the features of performance that makes it compelling and 'alive'.
The term role is usually used of the dramatic arts but roles may be acted, sung or danced.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Role_(performing_arts)   (188 words)

 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   (281 words)

 Script - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Script may refer to any of various writing forms which carries in its meaning an aspect of precision, direction, and definition:
Script (performing arts), the dialog and instructions for a play, including screenplay (for film), a teleplay (for television), a dance script, (for dance, choreology, or Benesh Movement Notation)
SCRIPT (AHRC Centre) Scottish Centre for Research in Intellectual Property and Technologies
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Script   (271 words)

 Creative & Performing Arts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Through supervised practical experience in fine arts fields such as gallery and museum management, art therapy, art education and studio apprenticeship, the Fine Arts Internship will provide students with selected opportunities to explore and participate in the creative and technical aspects of learning about all facets of these fields.
The use of art therapy in the treatment of different age groups is the primary focus.
An introduction to the visual elements of the performing arts with particular emphasis on the dance and theatre.
www.sage.edu /academics/schoolofprofessionalstudies/creativeandperformingarts/courses.php   (4230 words)

 Performing Arts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The performing arts strand of the magnet program allows children to explore areas of study through dramatic creations and storytelling.
A performing arts resource teacher works with children at all grade levels to enrich and extend the conceptual units.
A performing arts theater, "The Black Box Theater", is used for student performances and as a hosting area for visiting performers and storytellers.
www.fcps.k12.va.us /BaileysES/perform.htm   (159 words)

 Performing Arts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Jazz students are expected to perform in the Marching Band during the fall semester and Concert Band during the spring semester.
This course is designed to provide the student with the opportunity of performing both with the Marching Band and as a separate unit.
It is our philosophy that theatre arts are an integral and necessary part of not only an academic curriculum, but for the continued cultivation of a higher standard in the role arts play in culture and in the good of society.
www.sbceo.k12.ca.us /~sbhs/department/prfrmart/perfrm_courses.htm   (1473 words)

This is a fine example of public art that can involve students of all ages in issues related to the role of public art in the community.
The dance is performed to Negro Spirituals and speaks of the struggles of slavery.
The visual and performing arts can be used to demonstrate student performance on many of the academic standards in Nebraska L.E.A.R.N.S. In other words, criterion referenced assessment can be based on student performance in the arts.
www.nde.state.ne.us /VPART/curricu.html   (12634 words)

 Actors, producers and directors
Actors who perform in a television series often appear on camera with little preparation time, because scripts tend to be revised frequently or even written moments before taping.
Employment in the theater, and other performing arts companies, is cyclical—higher in the fall and spring seasons—and concentrated in New York and other major cities with large commercial houses for musicals and touring productions.
People who work in performing arts occupations that may require acting skills include announcers; dancers and choreographers; and musicians, singers, and related workers.
stats.bls.gov /oco/ocos093.htm   (3056 words)

 McNeese State University   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The Department of Performing Arts provides the opportunity for students to develop their talent and potential as creative artists in music and theatre arts.
To music and theatre as an art and profession, the Department of Performing Arts increases artistry, leadership, understanding, dignity, and respect through education, collaboration, and contribution.
A transfer student will be placed at the major performance level deemed appropriate by the board, with consideration of the student's transfer credits in performance study courses.
www.mcneese.edu /colleges/lib/deptperformarts/index.asp   (857 words)

 Arts In Action: VSA arts Playwright Discovery Award
VSA arts is pleased to announce a call for scripts for the 2006 VSA arts Playwright Discovery Award for both students and teachers.
The VSA arts Playwright Discovery Award program challenges middle and high school students of all abilities to take a closer look at the world around them, examine how disability affects their lives and the lives of others, and express their views through the art of writing a one-act play.
The VSA arts Playwright Discovery Teacher Award was established to recognize teachers in middle and high schools who creatively bring disability awareness to their classrooms through the art of playwriting.
www.vsarts.org /x244.xml   (315 words)

 Performing Arts
Having that afternoon walked through the Walker Art Center’s new facility with its gallery after gallery of quizzical conceptualism, elliptical personal signs and symbols, images that confounded, curiosities and riddles that inspired, I was offended to think that my brand of performing arts could be held to a different standard.
The camera then followed the performers as they retreated back stage and into their supposed 'real lives' which we discover to be filled with other kinds, or varieties of 'grief'.
They– all six actors– were tossed out onto such a stream of life especially after the first half (staged) performance when they went "backstage" on film–(a screen descended majestically– deus ex etc.–right in the middle of the set) and we saw them get into the gear of their nightly personas.
blogs.walkerart.org /performingarts   (7343 words)

 NTID Performing Arts
NTID Performing Arts was established in the Fall of 1974, with the opening of the Institute's new permanent buildings, as integral part of the Institute's curriculum following the success of the student drama club founded by Dr. Robert Panara in 1969.
Award winners will be expected to commit themselves to performing arts service or performing in one play production and enrolling in one performing arts class during the 2005-2006 academic year.
Participation can be in any area of the performing arts; from acting to design to dance to being a member of the stage crew for the season’s events.
www.rit.edu /~423www/about.html   (1021 words)

 DfES - Jobs4U Careers Database: Performing Arts Job Family page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
However, performers often work in rehearsal spaces that can be cold and draughty, or under strong lights that can be hot.
Performing artists rarely succeed on creative talent alone; single-minded determination in the face of endless rejections is the key to surviving this extremely competitive industry.
People who work in the performing arts dedicate themselves to developing their skills by regular practice, expanding their repertoire, moving into other areas of the arts, or being promoted to senior positions within their specialist area.
www.connexions-direct.com /jobs4u/jobfamily/performingarts/performingarts.cfm?id=160   (567 words)

 Performing Arts - Chair Statement
The Performance concentration is intended for those seeking an applied emphasis in their study to become singers or instrumentalists.
The first — a performance oriented career track curriculum with concentrations in Drama, Dance, and Technical Theatre through which actors, dancers and designers receive intensive physical and technical training in their chosen specialty, integrating history and analysis as a natural extension of their work.
The second — a generalist, liberal arts curriculum intended for students aiming for careers in education, arts management, directing, research, script writing, film production and other theatre-based careers that may not have performance or technology at their centers.
www.sonoma.edu /depts/performingarts/performingarts/chair.htm   (742 words)

 Covedale Center for the Performing Arts - Auditions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
All auditionees should be prepared to sing a song from the musical theatre repertoire (bring sheet music for the accompanist) and to read from the script and possibly be tested for dance ability (dress appropriately).
Performances run December 7 through December 23, 2006, at the Covedale Center for the Performing Arts.
Performances run February 15 – March 4, 2007, at The Covedale Center for the Performing Arts..
www.cincinnatilandmarkproductions.com /ccpa/auditions.htm   (372 words)

 Kennedy Center: ACTF - Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship National Winners
Student Status: Only those performers who have appeared in either a participating or associate KCACTF entry and are bona fide students in a college or university at the time of the KCACTF response are eligible.
The audition must be performed with a partner who was a bona fide student at the time of the initial KCACTF response or during the term in which the regional festival occurs (confirmed in writing as outlined in #1 above).
Script and rehearse it as if it is an additional scene in your audition.
www.kennedy-center.org /education/actf/actfira.html   (4027 words)

Quintessence is an Albuquerque-based vocal ensemble founded in 1986 to promote community awareness of, and appreciation for, the choral art; to provide access, for both singers and audiences, to a wide variety of exceptional choral works; and to maintain the highest possible artistic standards.
A theatrical laboratory for the resident performance troupe.
A visual and performing arts learning collaborative created to nourish the imaginations, celebrate the diversity and produce the creative acts of the community.
www.collectorsguide.com /ab/abpad.html   (2251 words)

 Smoky Mountain News | Arts + Events
The Haywood Arts Regional Theater will hold auditions for “You Can’t Take it With You,” its first main stage production of its 2005 season, at 6:30 p.m.
Anyone interested in working on stage or back stage, on the stage crew, lighting, or sound is encouraged to stop by during auditions to get involved.
The Performing Arts Center is located at 250 Pigeon Street in downtown Waynesville.
smokymountainnews.com /issues/03_05/03_02_05/art_hart_auditions.html   (167 words)

 How do I copyright protect my TV or Television script? - (WorldWideOCR.com)
In order to acquire a copyright for your TV or Television script, the work must be typed, hand-written, recorded or otherwise embodied in some format so that it may be perceived (and copied) by the rest of the world.
Once you have start your television script, you own the copyright, but without the proper type of evidence, that copyright will be difficult to defend.
Performing arts works are intended to be “performed” directly before an audience or indirectly “by means of any device or process.”
www.worldwideocr.com /Copyright_television_script.asp   (314 words)

 S.P.A. - Bringing the World's Best to Houston   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Society for the Performing Arts and HEB Present the 2006-07 Season [ more...
The Society for the Performing Arts Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Mid-America Arts Alliance, Texas Commission on the Arts
Copyright © 2005 Society for the Performing Arts.
www.spahouston.org /home   (116 words)

 Performing Arts Foundation Collection   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The Performing Arts Foundation was established with federal funding in 1966 by Clint Marantz, a Huntington (N.Y.) English teacher.
In the early years (1966-1969), the Performing Arts Foundation consisted of a mobile theater company, a dance ensemble, and various music groups that toured local schools.
In 1982, the Performing Arts Foundation went bankrupt.
www.sunysb.edu /libspecial/collections/manuscripts/performing.html   (405 words)

 Performing Arts
A third difference between this and other histories of world cinema is that my interest focuses on the social and cultural history of cinema as an institution rather than on the aesthetic development of the medium of film.
But ironically, many of the most visible changes were not for jazz as a living art but for what might be called significant mummifications—the Jazz Archive at Tulane, the Jazz Museum, and be­lated tributes to individual artists, mainly funeral obsequies.
Beginning with a script, treatment, or project description, Kramer shows you how to read carefully for the author's intent and then apply a specific element-by-element methodology that generates striking results in any genre and for any audience.
www.wordtrade.com /themes/performingarts2.htm   (10425 words)

 Course Descriptions for Performing Arts
The role of theater in society and in a variety of cultures is examined with particular attention to the role of Deaf performers, directors and play creators in specific historical periods.
Introduces students to the play script as literature, genres of dramatic literature, critical periods in the development of dramatic literature, and the use of analytical literary vocabulary.
Students are required both to choreograph for student ensembles and to perform in original works of other students in the class.
www.rit.edu /~932www/ugrad_bulletin/courses/ntid/perform.html   (1607 words)

 Open Directory - Arts: Performing Arts: Theatre: Organizations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Arts Advise - Program consulting for performing arts non-profit organizations.
Arts on the Line - For those who love the arts, and wish to advocate the role of the arts as the center of our communities.
McClinton Musical Theatre Arts Foundation, The - Aims to promote and support the development and continuation of musical theatre arts and performance.
dmoz.org /Arts/Performing_Arts/Theatre/Organizations   (999 words)

 University of the Arts Libraries: Careers in the Arts
Periodical published by Theatre Communications Group, Inc. Performing arts job opportunities under the categories of administration, artistic, production, career development (internships), and education (teaching positions).
Art marketing sourcebook for the fine artist: where to sell your artwork; 2000 new listings.
Art Calendar [monthly] - Lists assistantships, awards, grants, fellowships, internships, apprenticeships, filmmakers' forums, galleries and museums reviewing portfolios, juried shows, festivals, teaching positions, artists' colonies and residencies.
www.uarts.edu /stuserv/libraries/resources/subjectguides/careers.html   (1688 words)

 Performing Arts - Things To Do In Los Angeles
Designed in 1929 by architect B. Marcus Priteca and interior decorator Anthony Heinsbergen, the theatre is an exceptional example of 1920's and 1930's Art Deco architecture.
Opened on June 4, 1930 as the last and largest in a chain of theaters operated by vaudeville magnate Alexander Pantages, the interior is considered by many to be the most magnificent example of theater architecture in Los Angeles.
Creating the finest in provocative theatrical entertainment, California Repertory Company caters to the performing arts communities of Southern California, Orange County, and the South Bay.
www.laokay.com /PerformingArts.htm   (823 words)

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