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Author(s): Matthew Brehm
“Sketching on Location” means making a relatively brief and direct drawing of a subject within view of the artist. It means making a complete sketch on-site, rather than working from photographs or memory.
Sketching on Location focuses on recording observations of existing places, whether they are grand and historic or humble and quotidian. The techniques and principles can be applied to a wide variety of subjects.
Sketching on Location:
Author(s): Eric Funk
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Sound Thinking: It's ALL Music: How Music Connects with Everything is a teaching–learning companion. It is not meant to be encyclopedic, complete, exhaustive, or all-inclusive. Rather, it is designed to augment a broad set of lectures for cross-campus arts inquiry courses and is designed with a certain interdisciplinary quality.
Author(s): Earl L Stewart
The Art of Soul Music from 1960 to 1980: A Musicological Perspective takes a critical look at the nature of melody, harmony, and structure during the 1960 to 1980 time period. The publication identifies, illustrates, and explains the musical figures, devices, and techniques that give soul music its aesthetic appeal and affective power. In the process, The Art of Soul Music gives the reader a new appreciation of the origins, evolution, and artistry of one of the most popular musical genres in the history of the world.
The Aspects of Contemporary Photographic Lighting explores and explains how to work with lighting in photography in an effective way. Lighting has proven to be difficult for most beginners. Offering advice from personal experience, the author covers the many different aspects of lighting in photography, and how to successfully work with lighting. Recognizing that lighting is artistry, the publication looks at techniques with a creative and innovative eye.
Jesse Miller’s The Aspects of Contemporary Photographic Lighting:
The essays in The Living Dance: An Anthology of Essays on Movement and Culture explore the history of both eastern and western forms of dance, and emphasize important trends in contemporary theatrical and social performance. Each of the dances discussed brings into focus the vitality and richness of the cultures that produced them.
Completely updated throughout, the 3rd edition of The Living Dance examines:
Author(s): Robert A. Jordan
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The Way I See It is not a conventional cinema book. It is written in a casual, direct style. Each essay is short and easy to read, either before or after viewing a particular film. Dozens of films are discussed, including many that are sure to be on your screening list.