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Post-World War II performing arts were highlighted by the ... Modern street theatre performance in La Chaux-de-Fonds.

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Performance art is an essentially contested concept: any single definition of it ...

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An artist who practices one or more performing arts is called a "performer". Common occupational titles include actor, comedian, singer, dancer, musician, and ...

www.khanacademy.org/humanities/global-culture/conceptual-performance/a/performance-art-an-introduction

Many people associate performance art with highly publicized controversies over government funding of the arts, censorship, and standards of public decency.

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New Jersey's Premier Performing Arts School For Young People. Your child can reach their full potential at PTW -- with lots of learning and lots of fun! Our expert ...

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Artists / Performing Arts Tour Directory ... The performers represent a wide range of disciplines and have been selected by the Commission on the basis of artistic  ...

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The Association of Performing Arts Professionals is the national service, advocacy and membership organization for presenters of the performing arts. APAP is ...

www.amda.edu/programs/performing-arts

A continued drive to self-examine, a willingness to adapt to any situation and a constant desire to learn new things: These are the hallmarks of a true performer.

www.ucla.edu/the-arts/performing-arts

Promotional photo from Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA ... performing and media arts events created by both guest professionals and gifted students.