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  • Perfect Swinging London Allen Jones Analysis

    1960’s Swinging London: Allen Jones, Mary Quant & Feminism In the 1960’s, London, England was thriving with a new style of art, fashion, music, photography and much more. After World War II, a recuperating London found itself fixated on the glamorous consumerism in the West. The Pop Art Movement sparked a new interest in cheap artistic mediums that portray elements of Western popular culture. Artist Allen Jones and fashion designer Mary Quant prove to be two significant figures at the height of…

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  • Narrative Essay: The Flaming Lips

    I felt like I was going to see the likes of a Soviet orchestra perform instead of the Flaming Lips—until I was greeted by booming electronic music and cigarette smoke at its outdoor entrance. It turns out that The Flaming Lips were concluding the first day of TAG CDMX, a three day interdisciplinary festival that invites innovators from the realms of music, movies, design, culinary arts, and technology to discuss their creative process through various conferences, workshops, and performances.…

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  • Case Study: Insomniac Holdings, LLC

    In its 1st 20 years in business, Insomniac has produced well over 250 club events, concerts, and the largest festivals in the US and abroad, as well as merchandise and even Night Owl Radio. Insomniac produces some of the most innovative, immersive music festivals and events in the world. Enhanced by state-of-the-art lighting, pyrotechnics and sound design, large-scale art installations, theatrical performers and next-generation special effects, these events captivate the senses and inspire a…

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  • Summary Of The Song 'Demons'

    An American rock b and, Imagine Dragons, released the song “Demons” in 2012. It had sparked major debates and conversations about the story behind the lyrics. Different people had different insights and perspectives to the identical ballad. Many people deliberated the meaning of the librettos; some claimed that the song was a depressing anecdote describing the narrators down fall; others believed that the tale behind the lyrics was a positive note encouraging others to pick themselves up, make…

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  • Witch In Denmark

    Once upon a time, there lived a king and queen in the country of Denmark. The queen was the most beautiful human being ever created. Although she was very beautiful, she could not bore a child. This made both the king and queen unhappy and miserable, in that there would be no heir to the kingdom. One day, a greedy youthful witch came inside the kingdom. She supposedly had the magic to allow people who couldn’t have kids to have kids. News about the witch’s special ability spread around and…

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  • Berry Gordy: Cultural Influences In The 1950s-1960's

    cultural divide. While forging his way through the music industry his management technique remained to be both powerful and nurturing. Following the social normality at the time it was soon going to be a significant turning point through America and all over the world. The stereotype was slowing fading and soulful African American music was set to become a global trend without limits on the demographic to whom solely listened to it. In the music industry, Motown records had a profound…

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  • How Did The 1960s Change American Culture

    brought many changes to American culture. Political revolutions such as the Civil Rights movement fought for equality, and the British Invasion forever altered what kinds of music Americans would listen to for several generations. These movements had polarizing leaders such as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and The Beatles, but music and politics were not the only things that changed. The automobile industry was about to transform, and it would be lead by the Detroit automakers. In 1965, Ford…

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  • Who Is Selena Quintanilla

    This essay will be about important events in the life of Selena Quintanilla Pérez, from beginning to end. Her life was filled with success but unfortunately, she did not live a very long life. She was a famous Tejano singer and a fashion designer, she performed in the band, Selena y los Dinos. Selena was born on April 16th, 1971 in Lake Jackson Texas to Marcella & Abraham Quintanilla. She was the youngest of 3 children, her brother is AB and her sister is Suzette Quintanilla. As children…

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  • Analysis Of The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

    Lonely Hearts Club Band. This album immediately made waves within society, and continues to have a profound impact on people today. It had changed how music was delivered, recorded, and listened to, while also helping to move society in a direction of major change. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band was not simply a piece of art through the music it contains, but also through the imagery it portrays proudly on its album cover. This cover is 144 square inches of beautiful color, profound…

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  • Themes Of The Counterculture In The Film, Harold And Maude '

    America in the 1960’s and 70’s was a time of a cultural revolution. Groups known as activists and hippies lead movements for black power, women’s rights, and gay rights all while attacking of the idea materialism and mainstream culture. These groups and groups alike are known as the counterculture (Kimbell, 2001). The counterculture of this time is represented in all types of media and film. Films like Easy Rider, The Graduate, MASH, Harold and Maude, just to name a few all had themes of…

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