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Performing Arts: Where BA in Performing Arts Will Take You

Have you been dreaming of hitting the bi stage once you are through with your performing arts degree? Well, the many skills you have gained throughout your study haven’t just prepared you for acting out roles in music, film or theater; there are many other careers where you can apply what you studied, especially if
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Keep it Classy: Avoid Gimmicky Works in Performance Art

Performing artists are creators that use physical movement in a variety ways to build new, beautiful and extravagant works in order to create a sense of effect for all those who see it. The biggest problem that artists have is defining between what is “good” works and what is “bad” works. In modern society, there
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Coffee House Culture: New Arena for Performing Arts

The culture around performing arts has expanded in modern times outside of the theatre space and into entirely new venues, one in particular being coffee houses. The social community within these outlets has grown significantly, expanding to serve artists in new ways. Coffee houses receive a lot of foot traffic in a quiet atmosphere, while
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Performing Arts: How to Take Center Stage

Since the time of the creation of amphitheaters, in Ancient Greece, performing arts such as acting and theatre as a form of expression of the soul have been growingly steadily. The most common form of theatre in Ancient Greece and other civilisations that flourished around the same time was a dramatic genre known as tragedy
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