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These are the 5 Arts of Effective Communication!

Primbondh/ August 2, 2022/ arts and communication

These are the 5 Arts of Effective Communication!

When we hear the word effective communication, we may immediately think about how to be a good public speaker. Mastering the science of public speaking is really needed as the ability to convey ideas in front of the public.

However, this paper does not specifically enter into that realm, but rather on communication in general. How to communicate with other people as well as possible so that the message conveyed or heard can be understood properly.

There are 5 things that deserve scrutiny so that communication becomes effective.

I call it the art of communication for these five things. Why? Because, in essence, communicating is an art, not just a theory.

When communication is practiced in the field, it needs art, it needs style. Let’s take a closer look at these five arts of communication.

First, the art of listening

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These 3 hobbies in the arts can be turned into a digital business

Primbondh/ August 2, 2022/ arts and business, Uncategorized

These 3 hobbies in the arts can be turned into a digital business

The development of technology grows very rapidly to be able to shift the pattern of people’s lives. We who are now accustomed to being spoiled by technology will slowly leave old habits so that business people are required to rack their brains and adapt to the times.

The digital business also appears along with the development of existing technology. A digital business is a business that utilizes technology to create or market goods and services through digital media. Digital businesses pave the way for hobbyists in the arts to develop their hobbies.

1. Write

Public awareness of the importance of reading has begun to show a bright spot with the development of digital platforms related to writing. So now writers also have a place to channel their hobbies.

If you have a hobby of writing, then you can start practicing writing on your personal blog until finally, many readers know … Read More

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Art That Can Serve As Educational Media

Primbondh/ August 1, 2022/ arts and education

Art That Can Serve As Educational Media

Art is a product of a culture that has a high value. It is known, that art usually displays a certain beauty that can be enjoyed. In addition, art also has a variety of functions. For example, to convey certain messages such as education, convey criticism, and so on. Examples of art that can function as a medium of education are as follows:

Playing Angklung

As known, an example of art that can function as an educational medium is playing the angklung musical instrument. Then, as for playing angklung itself, it will provide lessons in the form of an attitude to work together.

As we know, playing angklung is usually together. When moving the angklung simultaneously will produce a sound that is rhythmic and pleasant to hear. Playing angklung can apply it in the world of education.

This is because students will try to adjust to each other so … Read More

Arts education is woefully underfunded in California schools

Primbondh/ December 9, 2022/ arts to education

In summary

The Arts and Music in Schools measure will provide nearly $900 million to arts and music education in California public schools.

By Austin Beutner

Austin Beutner, former Superintendent of Los Angeles Unified School District, is the proponent of the Arts and Music in Schools measure.

Arne Duncan, Special to CalMatters

Arne Duncan served as U.S. Secretary of Education from 2009 to 2015 and is the former CEO of Chicago Public Schools.

This November, California voters may have the opportunity to improve the lives of more than 6 million school children by increasing funding for high-quality arts and music education in every public school in the state.

Study after study has demonstrated the importance of arts and music education in the development of children and their success in school and in life. As education leaders, we have seen first-hand the value of an arts education. 

Arts and music education

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SIU launches new college combining arts and media

Primbondh/ December 7, 2022/ arts and media

Olusegun A. Ojewuyi will serve as interim dean for the new College of Arts and Media, which will launch July 1. (Photo by Russell Bailey)

May 20, 2021

SIU launches new college combining arts and media

by Pete Rosenbery

CARBONDALE, Ill. — On July 1, Southern Illinois University Carbondale will launch a new college that delves into how people communicate, from the fine and performing arts to mass media.

The College of Arts and Media consists of six academic units in both undergraduate and graduate levels: the School of Architecture, School of Art and Design, School of Journalism, School of Media Arts, the School of Music, and the Department of Theater. Interdisciplinary graduate programs for the School of Journalism and the School of Media Arts will be administered at the college level. About 760 students will be enrolled within the college, said Meera Komarraju, provost and vice chancellor for academic

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How Witches Cast Their Spell on Art History

Primbondh/ December 6, 2022/ history of arts

Wright Barker, “Circe” (1889) (image courtesy Bradford Museum and Galleries)

At the intersection of spooky season and global feminism, we have witches. The term “witch” is a handy one, historically applied by the patriarchy to justify the punishment of basically any woman who thwarts the dictates of conventional society and gender relations, but has also been characterized in myth and art for centuries. With Halloween just weeks away, join us in a spooky survey of fine art witches.

Reaching back into Greek mythology, we have Medea, sorceress and mortal acolyte of the goddess Hecate. When she meets Jason during his adventures with the Argonauts, they fall in big love — but when he throws her over to marry King Creon’s daughter, Creusa, Medea goes full witch on the situation. Hades hath no fury like a witch scorned: Medea poisons Creusa and murders the children she produced with Jason. In a

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This Twitter Page Shares Interesting Facts About The World, And Here Are 45 That Might Surprise You

Primbondh/ December 5, 2022/ history of arts

Infotainment has to be our favorite way to spend our coffee breaks and commutes. Equal parts informative and entertaining, it’s the kind of internet content that instantly hooks you in and doesn’t want to let go.

The next thing you know, you’ve spent the last couple of hours reading Wikipedia, jumping from articles about science and the animal kingdom to analyses of historical events and art movements. A single quality social media post can reignite your curiosity and remind you just how much fun it can be to learn new things about the world.

The popular ‘Fascinating’ Twitter page, aka @fasc1nate, is home to some pretty interesting science, history, and art facts from around the world. We’ve collected some of their coolest pics and most mind-blowing facts to share with you today. You’ll find them below, so scroll on down and upvote the pics that got your attention the

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Arts education works. Now, California voters need to pay for it

Primbondh/ December 4, 2022/ arts to education

One perk my son had as a student in the Berkeley public schools was the vibrant music program available to every student beginning in the elementary grades. It’s a program largely funded by a parcel tax on real estate that has long received voter support.

It was through this program that my son was introduced to the trumpet. He excelled at it, ending up as first trumpet in the renowned jazz ensemble at Berkeley High. Ultimately though, he decided not to make music his career. Instead, he studied data science and statistics in college. Recently, he landed a job at a leading tech firm.

My son didn’t end up a musician by profession, but I am certain music education was a key to his success. Unfortunately, his experience is not typical of most students in California public schools. 

Most students in the state are not receiving the level of music

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How The City Helps Arts And Tradition

Primbondh/ December 4, 2022/ supports and arts

NDIS funding is obtainable for ‘cheap and vital helps’ for folks with disability to dwell a life as abnormal” as possible. Some kinds of local occasions you’ll be able to help set up or put together for are live shows, reside performances including outside ones, art festivals, studio tours for artists, guide signings and poetry readings, any of the humanities can benefit from a public occasion and its publicity.

By means of these activities, the museum acknowledges its paramount position of public service, and enriches the lives of various people by fostering an knowledgeable appreciation and understanding of the visible arts and their relationship to the world during which we dwell.

With this beneficiant underwriting of youth admission from Scott Reiman and Kaiser Permanente Colorado, we are able to additional decrease limitations to entry and welcome all kids to expertise our artwork collections and creative educational programming,” said Christoph Heinrich, … Read More

WONDERSPACES AND ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY LAUNCH VIRTUAL REALITY FILM SERIES

Primbondh/ December 3, 2022/ arts and media

A new award-winning VR experience presented every month on Tempe campus

TEMPE, Ariz., Oct. 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Wonderspaces, presenters of experiential art in Scottsdale since April 2019, are partnering with Arizona State University’s School of Arts, Media and Engineering (AME) to launch a monthly Virtual Reality (VR) Film Series featuring a new celebrated VR film every month for one weekend only on the ASU Campus. The series begins Oct. 29 with the haunting VR film “Gloomy Eyes” by Fernando Maldonaldo and Jorge Tereso.

“Every year, artists create extraordinary VR films that reach only the people who can afford to spend hundreds on VR hardware or who have the opportunity to travel to film festivals,” said Jason Shin, Wonderspaces’ president. “We’re excited to partner with ASU’s School of Arts, Media and Engineering to bring those films to the ASU campus, broadening the reach of today’s VR

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Is Shadow Puppetry a Dying Art Form?

Primbondh/ December 3, 2022/ arts & culture

Editor’s Note: This article was produced in collaboration with the Arts & Culture MA concentration at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.

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Preserve or adapt, change or disappear? The quandary that most long-practiced arts eventually face is once again brought into focus, this time at the Crossing the Line Festival, where a new performance piece is employing a very old art form: shadow puppetry. A practice commonly believed to have originated in Asia (though its exact provenance is uncertain), the craft of shadow puppetry had historically been passed down, master-apprentice style, through the generations. With varied technologies and media dominating contemporary performance, practitioners of puppetry and scholars say this ancient form of theatre is under threat of extinction. 

Shadow-puppet theatre is a global art form in which figures are illuminated by a light source onto a translucent screen, projecting shadows that are used to enact a narrative. For countries

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Arts education is a right, not a privilege

Primbondh/ December 1, 2022/ arts to education

Without art, I wouldn’t be where I am today.

During distance learning, two of my grandparents passed away within a week. As a result, I fell into a depression that felt never-ending. What got me out of the dark was connecting to the California State Summer School for the Arts. For the first time in months, I was feeling creative; I started the rigorous application and was accepted that summer.

Before this opportunity, college was not an option. However, I am attending UC Irvine thanks to the Summer School for the Arts and a scholarship from the Herb Alpert Foundation. I am proof that even the smallest space for art in students’ lives can have a monumental impact.

I realize how privileged I am to have had an arts education, primarily since I had to leave my school district to pursue my artistic ambitions at

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Shenzhen Timewaying Co. Ltd and Arts Alliance Media Introduce World’s Largest DCI-Certified 4K

Primbondh/ December 1, 2022/ arts and media

Dubai, UAE ( October 25, 2022 ) –

Shenzhen Timewaying Co. Ltd (Timewaying), a leading technology manufacturer specialising in LED and 3D solutions, and Arts Alliance Media (AAM), the global leader in digital cinema software and services, have launched the new DCI-certified 20-metre 4K HeyLED cinema screen, becoming the world’s largest digital LED cinema screen on the market.

Presenting a giant leap in cinematic LED displays, the HeyLED 20m cinema screen combines pure colour, true black, and a high contrast ratio with patented high pixel fill rate technology to enable a visual experience never seen before in exhibition.

“Managing diversification and strengthening technology is essential to the future of cinema. The implementation of our LA4K-20 HeyLED allows exhibitors to create an entertainment destination that can facilitate a truly incomparable cinematic experience, attracting customers beyond their normal reach,” said Andrew Chan, Founder and CEO of Timewaying.

“With a cross-over point around

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