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Peter, the Wolf and Music Education

Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf has an enviable place in music education. The paper will present the results of a study on the place of the work in education.

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Home and Beyond, but Inside Not Outside: Australian and Singaporean Children's Depictions of Their Environment

Using an arts-based, multimedia approach to teach children in two countries about the environment increased children's understandings but made one group of children feel stronger about their indoor environment.

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Artangel Commissions: The Impact of Hybrid Funding on New Hybrid Artistic Sites

The hybrid economic model set up by Artangel over the last thirty years has been reflected in commissions which redefine the notions of public and private.

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The Movement Booth: Investigating the Technological Influences on Dance through an Interactive Installation that Creates a Human Data Network

Our social norms and cultures are being re-defined by our use of technology, thus entering us into a new era of dance practice and analysis.

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An Artist's Vision of Environmental and Economic Sustainability for Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Artists

Environmental artist John Dahlsen explores how synergistic opportunities in globalized economic times can create breakthrough resolutions for artists and positive shifts for future environmental transformation.

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Princesa: Re-gendering and Politicizing the Fairy Tale in Contemporary Migrants' Artistic Productions

This is analysis of the politicization of fairy tales in the film adaptation Princesa(2001), about a Brazilian transgender migrant in Italy, and the divergence from Disney’s classic Cinderella.

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Vietnamese Artists Using Tam-giao Metaphors in Visual Arts to Express their Concerns in the Global Anthropocene Transformation, 2005–15

This research examines how the use of Tam-giao metaphors in Vietnamese works of art (2005-2015) express the artists’ concerns about the anthropocene and how this condition impacts on future generations.

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Published Online: January 31, 2017

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The Filters We Live Through: Representing the Emotional Self in Digital Media

I examine how digital media may empower us to be agents more than vectors of cultural image transmission.

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The Mutilation of Women in Surrealist Art Works

This is an analysis of surrealist art and its misogynistic portrayal of women as Medusa figures.

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In Search of Identity: Chinese Calligraphy in Twentieth-Century Hong Kong

This article sheds light on Chinese calligraphy as an art form and a vehicle mapping and interpreting the development of cultural identity in twentieth-century Hong Kong.

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Published Online: January 18, 2017

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