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Author(s): Robert H. Willenbrink
There is no greater experience than collaborating with your fellow artists to create and stage a play.
Working Artists of the Theatre is an online publication providing students the opportunity to be a working theatre artist. It gives them the opportunity to write, design, cast, and stage a play in a virtual theatre environment.
Students will develop a thorough understanding of the theatre artists’ processes and terminology that create the creative work by learning more about these working artists:
Writing about Visual Artforms is a brief handbook that contains important tips for writing about art as well as directions for composing formal analyses, comparison essays and research papers. A short section details various approaches to interpretation accompanied by examples.
In addition, the final section entitled “Additional Advice for Non-Native English Speakers” is designed to meet the needs of those who are new to the English language.
Author(s): Nathan T Davis
Writings in Jazz, Sixth Edition, brings together different intrepretations, styles, and musical perspectives of jazz history. The author lived this history while working with such jazz icons as Donald Byrd, Kenny Clarke, and Grover Washington, Jr., and he shares his encyclopedic knowledge of jazz in an educational, enjoyable and memorable way. Included are listening suggestions, and a complete analysis of the development of jazz.
Author(s): T Hasan Johnson
You Must Learn! A Primer in the Study of Hip-Hop Culture:
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