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  1. The Total Artwork in Expressionism: Art, Film, Literature, Theatre, Dance, and Architecture 1905-1925
  2. Expressionism in Twentieth-Century Music by John C. Crawford, Dorothy L. Crawford, 1993-11
  3. Liszt (German Expressionism) by Charles Rostand, 1972-01-01
  4. Modern Drama in Theory and Practice: Volume 3, Expressionism and Epic Theatre (Modern Drama in Theory & Practice) by J. L. Styan, 1983-07-29
  5. 20th-Century Classical Music: Modernism (music), Impressionist music, Expressionism(music), Futurism (music), Atonality, Neoclassicism(music), Electronic ... of jazzinfluenced classical compositions
  6. Mary Heilmann: Save the Last Dance for Me (One Work) by Terry R. Myers, 2007-06-01
  7. Expressionism and Modernism in the American Theatre: Bodies, Voices, Words (Cambridge Studies in American Theatre and Drama) by Julia A. Walker, 2005-07-25
  8. American Letters: 1927-1947 by Jackson Pollock and Family, 2011-05-03
  9. German Expressionist Films (Pocket Essentials) by Paul Cooke, 2002-07
  10. Theateraufsatze (Schreyer, Lothar, Works. No. 3.) (v. 3) by Lothar Schreyer, 2000-04
  11. The New York Schools of Music and the Visual Arts (Studies in Contemporary Music and Culture, V. 5.)
  12. German Expressionist Theatre: The Actor and the Stage by David F. Kuhns, 1997-08-28

1. The PRO ARTE Institute / Education / Dance
expressiveness mean expressionism? Practice and subconsciousness of early expressionism dance). Formalisation of a
A special course by Natalya Kuryumova, Ekaterinburg, October 28 - November 4, 2002
  • At the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. From classics to new dance. Forerunners.
    - Forming of new ideas and conceptions in the works of philosophers-pessimists and representatives of the "philosophy of life" that were important for development of dance in the first third of the 20th century (physicality, vital flow, constant perception, etc.)
    - Important theories and methods of body movement of the time (the theory of triads by Francois Delsarte, the idea of rhythm and continuity in Jaques-Dalcroze's teaching, eurhythmy by Rudolf Steiner, M.Alexander's technique, etc.); their practical implementation: artistic practice, schools and progeny.
    - Scientific and technological revolution, feminism, East and female dancing
    - "Vanishing body" by Loie Fuller. Isadora Dunkan: "Body is a Phenomenon"
    - Ruth St.-Denis: body mystics
  • German expressive dance. Body as a machine, body as a medium, and body as a material.
  • 2. Introdction
    autodidactically experiments with dance, especially with the German "Ausdruckstanz" (expressionism dance) of the 1920th
    Silver Dove Congress Delta RA'i Home SD Congress 2000 SD Congress 2000 Introduction SD Congress2000 speaker list ... Soma Courses Quote from Conversations with God 1: Do not condemn, therefore, all that you would call bad in the world. Rather, ask yourself, what about this have you judget bad, and what, if anything, you wish to do (p. 32) Your will for you is God's will for you. (p. 13) Each circumstance is a gift, and in each experience is hidden a treasure (p. 33) Love is the ultimate reality. It is the only. The all. The feeling of love is your experience of God. (p. 56) Do you want your life to truly take off? Then change your idea about it. About you. Think, speak and act as the God you are (p. 76) Listen to me in the truth of your soul. Listen to me in the feelings of your heart. Listen to me in the quiet of your mind. (p. 210) I have never set down a "right" or "wrong" a "do" or a "don't". To do so would be to strip you completely of your greatest gift - the opportunity to do as you please, and experience the results of that

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    Emil Nolde German expressionism dance Around the Golden Calf Man and Wife WayfaringWarriors. Franz Marc German Expressionism Blue Horses Yellow Cow.
    20th Century Art History Slide/Artist Review
    , The Artist as Innocent Child and Anarchist
    Thesis- Instinctivism, as represented by Fauvism and Expressionism, was a style still linked to the Anarchist movements of the turn of the century. It was based on the concept that if one could get beyond the controls of the state, religion, and society then one could create "real art".
    Styles- Expressionism, Fauvism, Primativism, Symbolism
    Influences- Anarchy, Rebellion against Salon system, African and South Seas Art
    Paul Gauguin Symbolism
    Day of the Gods Henri Rouseau Untrained
    The Dream
    Sleeping Gypsy
    Primeval Forest Landscape with Setting Sun
    Tiger Attacking a Buffalo Horace Pippin Untrained Domino Players Victorian Interior The End of the War- Starting Home John Brown Going to his Hanging Maurice de Vlaminck Fauvism, self-taught Portrait of Derain Henri Matisse Fauvism Green Stripe Blue Nude The Joy of Life The Dance The Red Studio Blue Window Marie Laurencien School of Paris Woman with a Dove Four Dancers Suzanne Valadon School of Paris, self-taught

    4. Shall We Dance? By José Cuenca - Neo-expressionism Old Spanish Masters' Techniq
    Home Our Works Archives José Cuenca Shall We dance? by JoséCuenca. Specifications. No. 330 Title Shall We dance? Artist
    Home Our Works Shall We Dance? by José Cuenca
    Shall We Dance?
    Artist: José Cuenca
    Technique: oil on canvas
    Size: 48" x 40"
    Framing: framed
    Description: Shall We Dance? by José Cuenca is a neo-expressionist work executed using the technique of old Spanish masters. This painting depicts a pausing ballerina as she looks out through the window at an old building.
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    5. ArtandCulture
    by Maarten Vanden Abeele. Book The Vision of Modern dance In the Words of Its Jean M. Brown. Book dance Rituals of Experience. by Jamake Highwater.

    6. ArtandCulture
    EuroSurreal expressionism has its roots in the Ausdrucktanz, or “dance of expression”pioneered by the choreography Mary Wigman and the politics of Kurt

    7. Expressionism And Bauhaus
    (8689). Consider the relationship between Wigman's dance and German expressionism,and Greek art. Wigman's dance moved from expressionism to abstractionism.
    Expressionism and Bauhaus Ernst Scheyer: "Dance Perspectives" What were the social and political influences on Wigman's dance? How does Wigman's dance challenge the traditional relationship between sex and dance? (p82) What is the relationship between Wigman's dance and sculpture? ([86-89) Consider the relationship between Wigman's dance and German Expressionism, and Greek art. Which of these more profoundly influenced her dance? (p90/ p96) Wigman's dance transformed from dance-monologue to dance-drama. Explain. (p90) Discuss Wigman's Javanese influences. Wigman's dance moved from expressionism to abstractionism. Explain the change. (p93) Discuss the use of masks in Wigman's art. Charles Harrison & Paul Wood: "The Modern as Ideal" How does the Bauhaus mandate relate to modern industrial production? ([97) How are the ideals of universal unity and absolute balance important for the Bauhaus? (p97) Explain why the Bauhaus is against isolation of the artist. What does the Bauhaus want instead of this isolation? What according to the Bauhaus is problematic with the traditional art "Academy"? (p98)

    8. G.O.D. Dance Ministry
    flows through their dance and music as they show it is God who delivers mightily. We call this Anointed expressionism.
    The basis of their art form referred to as Expressionism (click on here to see our on-line 'Dance Video' resources)
    (click on here to read more about the McKinley's dance background)

    9. PALATINE Directory: Expressionism
    expressionism. Suggest a Link for expressionism Home dance Genres,Styles and Movements expressionism Butoh.Net. The World
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    Mary Wigman
    REVIEW: Translated through Google this page provides a biography of Mary Wigman, identifying her as being in the top 100 Dresdeners of the Century (the article is from Dresdner Neueste Nachrichten). Although it begins by discussing her great significance, it does not really engage with the importance of Wigman's avant garde approach. The translation is difficult to read, although this being only a biography, it suffices for general information. The page is perhaps worth perusing if only to discover that the author's name, Gabriele Gorgas has also suffered in translation, and she appears, somewhat unfortunately, as Gabriele fermenting gas.
    Reviewed July 2001, Stuart Andrews. Rate link Directory Map Search Directory Login ... Incutio Limited

    10. Voaden: Symphonic Expressionism
    Herman Voaden and Symphonic expressionism. in Canadian dance Studies, edited by Selma Odom and Mary Jane Warner
    Anton Wagner
    Creating a Canadian Imaginative Background:
    Herman Voaden and Symphonic Expressionism
    in Canadian Dance Studies , edited by Selma Odom and Mary Jane Warner
    Toronto: Dance Collection Danse
    (to be published 2002)
    In his influential 1864 essay “The Function of Criticism at the Present Time,” Matthew Arnold suggested that critics should always seek “to learn and propagate the best that is known and thought in the world, and thus to establish a current of fresh and true ideas” (1968: 28). For Arnold, a period of “true creative activity” and the development of new artistic forms was directly linked to the “current of fresh ideas” provided by genuine criticism.
    In Canada during the first three decades of the twentieth century, artists faced almost insurmountable obstacles to the creation of a distinct indigenous art. The country lacked a large educated public supportive of indigenous creation, significant government or private support of the arts, and a basic cultural infrastructure that could produce an artistic flowering through the stimulus of new ideas and artistic forms. Artists themselves had to establish links to international artistic currents and determine which forms and ideas to incorporate into their artistic practice in Canada.
    The attempt by Herman Voaden (1903-1991) to establish a distinct, multimedia “Canadian 'Art of the Theatre'” reveals the rich and complex intermingling of Canadian and international cultural influences during the 1920s and 1930s. Voaden's attempt to create in Toronto a “symphonic” theatre art form in which dance movement was an integral part also reveals the tremendous challenges faced by artists to win critical and public support and to transform artistic ideas into actual artistic expression.

    11. PALATINE Directory: Neo-Expressionism
    Neoexpressionism. Suggest a Link for Neo-expressionism Home dance Genres, Styles and Movements Neo-expressionism Grounded In Europe.
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    Grounded In Europe
    Tanztheater and its Legacy 30 November - 2 December 2001 - symposium. Rate link Directory Map Search Directory Login ... Incutio Limited

    12. The Victoria Dance Series - Newsletter, Royal Theatre, Victoria, BC, Canada
    Spectacular series of ballet and dance performances hosted at the Royal Theatre in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Find performance schedule, subscription prices and ticket information. expressionism could probably best be characterized as focusing on the emotional experience and the inner life. My dance
    Footnotes Spring 2003 Newsletter
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    November 2001 Newsletter
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    To visualize a PDF (Portable Document Format) file from this page, download a free version of Acrobat Reader. WHO IS OHAD NAHARIN? AND JUST WHAT WAS HE DOING IN MONTREAL? By Series Producer, Stephen White On May 5, 1998, the New York Times That moment in time was probably what brought world attention to Naharin and his company, and yet, for many years, he had been impressing critics and dance audiences in Europe and the US with his innovative, provocative choreographies. Founded in 1957, Les Grands Ballets Canadiens has a long tradition of training and performing, as well as commissioning new works to be set on the company. These commissions have ranged from ballet to modern. Current Artistic Director (1999) Gradimir Pankov is committed to building an international reputation for Les Grands as an exciting, accomplished company. In spring 2002, Naharin traveled to Montreal to set 8 short pieces on the company, which comprise a sort of retrospective of his work in the past decade or so.

    13. Eye - Dance - 10.07.99
    As my introduction to European expressionism, it was a revelation.The dance was set in a giant dollhouse and performed in masks.
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    Expressionist dance troupe updates Carmen
    Featuring the Lyon Opera Ballet. Choreographyby Mats Ek. Oct 13-14. Hummingbird Centre,1 Front E. $28-$70. 872-2262.
    The first time I ever saw European dance theatre was in 1987 in L.A., in the Lyon Opera Ballet's performance of French choreographer Maguy Marin's Cendrillon, a remake of Cinderella . As my introduction to European expressionism, it was a revelation. The dance was set in a giant dollhouse and performed in masks. The dancers used their bodies in a way that was more affecting than anything I'd seen in dance all naked emotion, with the subtext writ large. This week, the Lyon Opera Ballet visits Toronto with an evening of choreography by another European expressionist Swedish choreographer Mats Ek. The Lyon Opera Ballet is unusual in that it's a classically trained company devoted entirely to performing the work of contemporary choreographers. "You could say we're classical dancers who don't want to do classical stuff any more, and are open to learning new techniques," says artistic director Yorgos Loukos interviewed by phone from France.

    14. Eye - Arts -- Dance - 10.15.98
    my first live taste of the European expressionism that had been horrifying Americancritics. One of the works they performed was May B, a dance theatre piece
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    The shifting figures of speech
    Choreography by Maguy Marin. Score by Denis Mariotte. Oct. 15-17. $20-$34. Premiere Dance Theatre, 207 Queens Quay W. 973-4000.
    It seems contradictory to make dance about language, but leave it to the French to try. And leave it to Maguy Marin to actually pull it off. When I first saw Maguy Marin's Lyon-based company perform 11 years ago, it was a revelation. I had just arrived in L.A. and found myself in a world where dance was cool, casual and virtuoso, stressing speed and endurance, irony and pastiche (this was the late '80s, after all). I was young and romantic and, uncool though it was, I craved emotional performance something with its guts hanging out. Compagnie Maguy Marin's performance at the Los Angeles Arts Festival was my first live taste of the European expressionism that had been horrifying American critics. One of the works they performed was May B , a dance theatre piece based on the writings of Samuel Beckett. The movement was pared down simple, repetitive and intense, unapologetically emotional but not in a simple way, and never corny. For me, the choreographer had managed to distill something I couldn't put into words, but which was at the heart of Beckett's writing.

    15. Greater Boston Arts
    January 2003 Designing the New ICA, Sarah Sze at the MFA, The Footlight Club November2002 Boston expressionism, dance Architect Gus Solomons, Jr, Playwright
    January 2003: Designing the New ICA Sarah Sze at the MFA The Footlight Club
    November 2002: Boston Expressionism Dance Architect Gus Solomons, Jr Playwright Ronan Noone
    October 2002: Osvaldo Golijov John O'Reilly Annette Lemieux Curates

    16. This Month On Greater Boston Arts
    expressionism over time. For more on Boston expressionism, visit the highlight.Painting in dance Architect. In October
    Boston Expressionism
    Greater Boston Arts takes in the DeCordova Museum's landmark retrospective, "Painting in Boston: 1950-2000," the first show of its kind to comprehensively survey this era in Boston's history. Curator Nick Capasso explains the history and relevance of expressionism, the city's most influential painting style in the second half of the twentieth century. The exploration begins with the work of Karl Zerbe, whose teaching at the Musuem School in the 1940s and 1950s established the technical virtuosity and humanistic themes still practiced by artists today. In studio visits with three generations of painters Arthur Polonsky, Gerry Bergstein, and Colleen Kiely Greater Boston Arts chronicles the evolution of expressionism over time. For more on Boston Expressionism, visit the highlight Painting in Boston: 1950-2000
    DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park
    51 Sandy Pond Road, Lincoln
    Through February 23, 2003
    For more information call (781) 259-8355 or visit
    Dance Architect
    In October, 2002, acclaimed choreographer Gus Solomons was invited to return to alma mater MIT to choreograph a new work with students in the stacks and carrels of a school library. A former MIT architecture student, Solomons' postmodern approach to dance making combines a fascination with puzzles and architectural design with an attention to everyday movement. In partnership with WGBH's experimental New Television Workshop program in the late 1960's, Solomons created "City/Motion/Space/Game," an innovative, two-channel video work in which Solomons dances at the Prudential Center Plaza, the Public Garden, and in public spaces throughout the city. Greater Boston Arts meets Solomon on his return to MIT more than 30 years later as he continues to put his abstract dance philosophy into practice in ordinary places.

    17. "Expressionism And Caligarisme" By Bouton Jones
    This tendency to treat men as somehow inorganic, even mechanical, was notunusual for expressionism. One critic saw German dance as essentially

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    I took a course in German Film History when I was enrolled at the University of Texas at Austin. I delivered an oral presentation on German Expressionism in film. I revised it after the professor's critique. Here's the final product. Do not try to present this as your own report. Any good instructor will recognize the difference in syntax and can confirm his suspicions with a few simple questions. Bouton Jones Dr. Giesenfeld GRC 361E: German Cinema Until 1932 University of Texas Austin, Texas 10 May 1988
    Expressionism and Caligarisme
    Despite the enormous attention given by film historians to Expressionism there are few films that might appropriately be classified as Expressionistic. Doctor Giesenfeld would limit the list to three: Von Morgens Bis Mitternachts Das Cabinet Des Dr. Caligari , and Genuine Some film historians such as Barry Salt would expand the list to include Torgus Raskolnikov Das Waxenfigurenkabinett , and, arguably, Metropolis . (199) Of course quite a few German films had elements that could be classified as Expressionistic. Nosferatu was a commercial horror film with Expressionistic design and acting. It can not be called purely Expressionist. But even limiting the list to

    18. Altahmazi: Post-Impressionism & Figurative Expressionism Art Gallery. Oil Painti
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    19. Great Performances: Free To Dance - Behind The Dance - Pioneers In Negro Concert
    attended concerts by leaders in the American modern dance movement and createda style of choreography that was part German expressionism, eclectic, and
    Denishawn Dancers program. Katherine Dunham's Ballet Negre made its only appearance at the Beaux Arts Ball in Chicago. The attempt to create and sustain a Negro ballet company did not succeed. (The first Negro ballet performed European-style pantomimes at the African Grove Theater in New York City, in 1821, under the direction of James Hewlett. Dancers doubled as actors in plays by Shakespeare.)
    White recitalists were still reacting to the 1930 police raid on recital halls, justified by an 1852 law supported by the New York Sabbath Committee, which stated "no performances on Sunday, including Negro or other dancing."
    The Denishawn School came to an end. Ruth St. Denis began planning for her Temple School of Spiritual Art, and Ted Shawn envisioned an all-male dance company.
    Dancers were divided in their thinking about the German movement in modern dance, and particularly about Mary Wigman. Doris Humphrey warned aspiring dancers about copying Wigman's style and urged them to concentrate on developing their own style. Martha Graham's "Primitive Mysteries" was hailed as a masterpiece of choreography. Helen Tamiris, one of the first white dancers to use black spirituals (1927), announced performances for the newly organized Modern Dance Repertory Company.
    The Beginning: Hemsley Winfield and Edna Guy
    An actor by profession, Hemsley Winfield appropriated the philosophy of the Harlem Renaissance with reference to developing a sensitivity about the depth and breadth of black culture and the role of the arts in projecting "the new Negro." Hemsley attended concerts by leaders in the American modern dance movement and created a style of choreography that was part German Expressionism, eclectic, and African American. As organizer and director of the Negro Art Theatre Dance, he had directed a small group of dancers as early as 1928 for appearances in plays written by his mother Jeroline. The decision to pursue a dance career resulted from his successful appearance as a substitute dancer in his company's production of Oscar Wilde's " Salome." The first appearance of his dance company, the Bronze Ballet Plastique, on March 6, 1931 in Yonkers, New York, was sponsored by the Benefit for Colored Citizens Unemployment Relief Committee. The event went unnoticed.

    20. Art, Theatre, Dance, Music, Film In Malaysia
    abroad to develop contemporary dance at home the Dua Space dance Theatre by ofThe Soul', is an exhibition of 'expression and expressionism in contemporary
    Art is not a mirror held up to reality, but a hammer with which to shape it.
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    by Michelle Woo by Cheryl Lim MORE ARTICLES You can find kakiseni's content here: Options (The Edge) Maxis SMS Theatre on Thursday (Radio 4) Search: Home Events Exhibitions Bara Hati Bahang Jiwa: an exhibition Title: Bara Hati Bahang Jiwa: an exhibition Print E-mail Venue: National Art Gallery (Balai Seni Lukis Negara) 2 Jalan Temerloh, Off Jalan Tun Razak, 53200, Kuala Lumpur 10am to 6pm Everyday except public holidays Aug 23 - Jan 31 (10am-6pm daily) Tickets: Free admission Telephone: Synopsis: 'Bara Hati Bahang Jiwa' or Embers of the Heart, Vapors of The Soul', is an exhibition of 'expression and expressionism in contemporary Malaysian Art'. Expressionism refers, of course, to that tendency in modern art that emphasizes the depiction of inner experience and he representation of subjective emotions. This exhibition presents the emotive tendency in contemporary Malaysian art, in the context of historical and theoretical revision of expressionism in Malaysian Modernism. The featured artists are – Jalaini Abu Hassan, Bayu Utomo Radjikin, Ahmad Fuad Osman, Eng Hwee Chu, Nur Mahnum, Raja Shahriman Raja Aziddin, Tan Chin Kuan, Zulkifli Yusoff, Riaz Ahmad Jamil, Ahmad Shukri Elias, Tengku Sabri Tengku Ibrahim, Jeganathan Ramachandran, Hanafiah Waiman, Anthonie Cheong and Amron Omar.

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