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    I would like to begin by saying that the diversity of people’s abilities and qualities has expanded so much that it is getting hard to stand out from the crowd. Besides, it is difficult to reveal the whole potential of the human’s brain and body. Some of us are interested in gymnastics while others cannot do the split, because of the lack of training or physical inability. However, hobbies make our lives more exciting and pleasant. The first thing that should be noted is that people became…

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    In the past nine weeks in ballet, I have been working on all of my goals that I wished to strive for to the best of my ability.By challenging myself this semester I realized that I had a chance to work on my goals that I have wanted to improve on but to still be able to work on my previous goals that I had.Since the beginning of the semester, my goals are progressing at a rapid pace. I intend to remain focused and improve my work ethic as I continue to progress on previous goals while also…

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    right. I finished the season with trophies and with the friends I grew up playing hockey with. This “home” rink tied my beginnings with my end and truly has a home-like feel. It was as if no matter how stressed or angry I was I knew that this rink was just a short drive away to escape from the bumpier parts of life’s roller coaster. In the story “A Place Where the Soul Can Rest”, the narrator’s pivotal place was the porch because of the freedom to express herself and escape from her struggles.…

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    American dance is defined by the manifestations of central and Western Africa and European aesthetic. It is built on the idea that dance is a platform for self-expression thus it is bound to change and develop based on the needs, interests, personalities and desires of the dancers. Likewise, the social and political issues rampant in society play a significant role in its evolution. It began as a revolt against the confining rules of the society and over the years, rebellion has become one of…

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    Individuals undergoing transitions often tend to challenge their own and society’s attitudes, beliefs and perceptions. As such, transitions can act as a catalyst for drastic changes, hence resolving social complexes and enhancing societal understanding. Evidently, ‘Billy Elliot’, film directed by Stephen Daldry shows the pursuit of Billy Elliot, a young male, behind his passion for ballet. In accompaniment, ‘Same Love,’ song by artists Macklemore (Ben Haggerty), Ryan Lewis and Mary Lambert…

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    Alike Movie Analysis

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    The short film titled “Alike” by Daniel Martínez Lara & Rafa Cano Méndez, is a quick prologue or view into, the ever changing values of a young boy, and his father. Struggling between work and developing his sons comprehension of the world, and how things may seem different or bright for his son, but is a stark contrast between his father who is in the chain or working machine of work itself. That his son sees a ‘violinist’ in the park while his father and himself are walking, he notices how…

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    Painting and relevance: Jacques-Louis David’s “Oath of the Horatii” was painted in 1784 and it was commissioned by the Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture on behalf of the Kind Louis XVI. The inspiration of the painting had to come by Corneille’s Play “Horace” which was being performed in Paris during that time. In 1785 the painting was exhibited at the Paris Salon. The painting shows a decisive moment of will as well as a great family tragedy resulting from political consequences. The…

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    Talentime Film Analysis

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    Summary From the beginning, Ms. Adibah is going to organize a Talentime. Mr. Anuar wish himself can perform during Talentime but for those who get ‘in’ on a piece of paper they draw, will have the chance to perform in the teachers’ segment of Talentime. It is the seventh anniversary of Talentime, seven teachers and seven finalists will be perform during that day. Then, a guy name called Mahesh, which has a hearing impaired, was taking good care by his uncle. He wants to take good care of…

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    The Importance Of Carnival

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    Carnival is a celebration of different colors which converts into beautiful customs, calypso and steel pan music, different forms of dancing, foods, and Caribbean style arts that fascinates thousands of people from many different parts of the world. Trinidad and Tobago carnival is a once a year event with a combination of many different activities. The main purpose of the carnival is to reveal their culture and way of life by bringing everyone together. Trinidad and Tobago is a dual island,…

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    Giordano: Jazz Dance

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    is known for his amazing choreography in Jazz dance. He was born on July 10, 1923 in St. Louis, Missouri. Giordano was introduced to Jazz dance when he was 5 while on a trip to New Orleans to visit family. His cousin had taught him the Charleston dance step and he was hooked. When he returned home he soon began to study dance with a local dance teacher. Minette Buchman is whom Giordano credits his early training to. Giordano took ballet and theater dance classes as well as vocal lessons and…

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