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The question explores the anticipated trajectory of theatrical arts given the increasing impact of artificial intelligence (AI) and its pervasive influence across various technological domains globally. It prompts an examination of how AI might shape or alter the landscape of theatrical performance, production, and reception. Specifically, the inquiry delves into the potential consequences of AI integration in areas such as scriptwriting, set design, character development, and even the overall audience experience.
The evolving role of AI in technology raises questions about how it might revolutionize or augment traditional theatrical practices. For instance, AI algorithms could potentially be employed in generating scripts, creating realistic virtual sets, enhancing special effects, or even contributing to the development of lifelike virtual actors. Additionally, the question touches upon the broader societal implications of AI dominance, hinting at how technological advancements may influence not just the artistic aspects of theater but also its socio-cultural and economic dimensions.
Overall, the question invites a thoughtful exploration of the interplay between AI and theatrical arts, considering both the creative possibilities and potential challenges that may arise as technology continues to advance.
The Concise Version of IRAN Handicrafts and Traditional Arts was provided and the Comprehensive version will be released soon in collaboration with Dr. Senapathy Marisennayya. We also welcome any comment.
Considero que las mujeres que han empleado el material cerámico para sus creaciones artísticas tienen un doble estigma, su género y el material que emplean.
Supongo que la larga tradición cerámica dentro del estado español y su indudable vinculación con la artesanía es un alegato que descarta a las personas que emplean este material apartándolas de la inclusión dentro del Arte.
I have been invited to join the editorial board of a journal called 'Arts & Communication', which appears on the website of ACCScience to be a newly launched publication. However, I have looked up some of the people on the editorial board - and some are very established scholars - but I cannot see mention anywhere of their involvement with 'Arts & Communication'. The invitation email looked genuine (none of the usual spelling errors, etc). If anyone can provide insight, I would be grateful.
From Primary to Higher Education.
- AR Viewer
- SkyView Lite
- Assemblr EDU
- Vuforia View
- Anatomy AR
- Google Arts
If not, have you used at least 1 of the total 40 apps mentioned in Table 1 in the study?
Conference Paper Augmented Reality in Primary Education: Adopting the new nor...
I think this is about applying various art forms in a constructivist way.
I'm researching in the field of Background for 2D Animation, more specifically about Architecture in 2D Animation. But, I don't know about articles of research or others research focus on it. I need to collect an extensive Bibliography about this field. Could you help me?
Now a days every researcher receiving many emails as invitation of guest speaker in conference in foreign countries (I am invited as guest speaker to many conferences that are not even related to my field). How we can stop these fake things in scientific environment that are there just for money?
Does the development of online information technologies and the Internet of Things contribute to the popularization of art and culture in society?
More and more museums present their collections of works of art in the form of reproductions published on the Internet. The development of Internet information technologies and the Internet of Things contributes to the popularization of art and culture in society.
Do you agree with me on the above matter?
I invite you to the discussion
Thank you very much
Arts and culture and creativity - both material and immaterial heritage, skills and competences - are resources that should be protected and promoted. They not only contribute to the realisation of the SDGs, but also make them possible to a special degree. Only culturally sensitive, creative, unconventional approaches to solutions ensure the success of measures to achieve the SDGS.
Why does art not appear explicitly in the SDGS? But purely as a cross-cutting issue?
Recueil de planches, sur les sciences, les arts libéraux, et les arts méchaniques : avec leur explication (1762) was edited by Denis Diderot. Was it Jacques-François Blondel to write the following commentary about François Franque? Where is the evidence?
“Cette Planche offre une distribution réguliere très-in-génieuse, contenue dans un terrain clos de murs, le plus irrégulier qu'il soit possible, & dont M. Franque a tiré parti d'une maniere à faire juger de sa sagacité, de son goût & de son intelligence. En effet, rien de si bien entendu que ce plan; beauté, proportion, variété, agrément, commodité, symétrie, relation des dedans aux dehors, tout s'y trouve réuni. En un mot, ce projet nous paroît un chef-d'œuvre, & seroit seul capable de faire beaucoup d'honneur à cet architecte, s'il n'avoir pouvé par tant d'autres productions l'étendue de ses connoissances, & son expérience dans l'art de bâtir.”
The Effect of the Black Arts Movement on the Evolution ot Black Identity by Njeri Williams?
I am working on a project on urban food initiatives and communities from an arts and humanities perspective. I’m interested in ideas of food citizenship and the project is aimed at raising awareness.
So I have been working on a project discussing the various partnerships and collaboration strategies engaged by arts organizations with different stakeholders. Although we've been using partnerships and collaboration almost interchangeably in academic writing, I have some feelings that the two terms are different in practices, or they are related somehow but involving different degrees and types of inter-organizational relationships. I am wondering if anyone can point me to some sources discussing their similarities and differences. They can be cases from the arts and cultural sector or in general. Thanks!
I would like to start a discussion on which index is more reliable, H-Index or i10-Index. Both are usable, however their ways of calculation are different. There is also G-Index. I am not asking on the differences but on their reliability. Welcome to any comments.
Whether the length of a thesis is a mark of quality is a subject that is treated differently in different fields and universities. While it is universally accepted, in some fields e.g., the arts and ecology, that a well-researched PhD thesis ought to achieve some number of words, some fielded e.g., mathematics and physics, may not place a lot of emphasis on the length of PhD theses. What is your opinion of this subject, and what is the practice in your field/ institution.
If you like music, movies, theatre plays, literature, poetry, paintings, sculptures, museums, galleries, fashion, architecture, video games - we need to know your opinion!
This survey is designed to assess the differences in participation in arts by art receivers through natural/traditional versus digital/new ways.
We want to find out how the pandemic time - that forced us to move to digital ways of participation in arts - will influence our future behaviors in this area. We focus on the art receiver perspective.
Dr. Michał Szostak, University of Social Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
Dr. Damian Kedziora, Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland
Prof. Łukasz Sułkowski, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland
The purpose of an arts research degree is arguably to train makers and producers to develop closer links between theory and practice; and ultimately to contribute to the social discourse in the field. Are there any journals that you find continuously interesting and worth reading as artist researchers? Are you submitting to interdisciplinary journals or specialist interest journals? What is hot, what is not and where do you find the best international mix, or the most interesting dialogue?
In History, Literature, the Arts and elsewhere it is customary to give a talk at their university or present at a conference with the subsequent article based on this experience. Amazing authors from Henry David Thoreau to C.S.Lewis and J.R.R Tolkien read their early chapters with their peers and this preprint protocol improved and made more accessible their works. Would the hard sciences be ameliorated by adapting this premise?
In the research project Embodied Language Learning through the Arts, my colleagues and I conduct a systematic review of empirical studies using embodied learning approaches in language learning and teaching. In addition to exhaustive database searches and hand-searches in selected journals, we are expanding our search to find studies that might have escaped our attention. We are interested in peer-reviewed empirical studies (reported in articles, chapters, conference proceedings, and dissertations) published between 1990–2020.
Does any of you know of empirical studies reporting on this topic?
Thank you in advance.
The majority of customers who are used to purchasing arts in many countries are tourists. Regarding Covid-19 pandemic, what was the impact on the trade of wooden arts in your home country ?
Thanks in advance for your contribution and best wishes.
El arte dramatico ayuda a mejorar la comunicacion no-verbal de la persona, a gestionar sus emociones e incluso llega a favorecer a la persona en su autoestima y autonimia personal.
Si a todo ello se le incluye que las tecnologias nos ayudan a alcanzar esos obejtivos junto a este arte a veces tan poco valorado porque no olvidemos que realizar fotos consideradas como influencer o preparar un reels o tik tok es una preparacion previa e interpretar un persona ajeno a uno mismo.
My interactive media art installations generate various kinds of portraits from visitors (algorithmic, generative, combinatory) and I'm looking to frame that practice in a broader context. This means I'm interested in portraiture in general but also, more specifically, in portraiture as present in media and interactive arts.
Looking for collaborators/info sources for a new book I am writing in the career/life coaching
field on "Adult Bullies". Most research has been done on childhood bullying, however they
eventually grow up and cause problems at work, in organizations, etc. There are very few books written in this field, and I have a wealth of experience, however I am a career coach and IT
person, not a counselor. Anyone interested in joining this effort ? I have technical books out,
this will be first one in career self-help.
Greetings from Brazil.
I would like to know if you could recommend recently published material (open access, preferably) addressing Jesuits' dictionaries and "artes" from 16th, 17th centuries. I'm interested in their works on the Japanese language, but texts about the structure and approach of their ditionaries/"artes" in general will also help.
Thank you very much!
Does the scientific community, including, of course, Research Gate, place greater value on scientific research published with multiple authors? Did great achievers, such as Leonardo da Vinci, Isaac Newton, and Albert Einstein work alone and independently, or were they simply at the right place at the right moment in the history of science such that they were able to make their contributions to human knowledge because they managed to crystallize the research findings of the predecessors, colleagues, and team-mates? This trend toward collective team participation in research runs counter to the pattern of individual accomplishments in the world of literature, music, and the arts. How do you account for this seeming polarity and what consequences follow from it?
Currently, I am working on implementing HTM for some of state of the arts problems. I am facing some issues actually. A complete documentation may help I think.
Can anyone please recommend a book on Research Mechanics and Methodology in Arts and Humanities, that is updated, comprehensive and best ever?
Thanks in advance!
Once again I require urgent help with a matter:
I am looking for any; myths, tales, legends, drawings, pictures etc. which depicts a tsunami, or involves a tsunami. I believe it is a matter of ethnography and anthropology.
Is there a good lead on this?
Thank you for your answers.
There exist at least two African American culinary groups that I am aware with new initiatives that focus on the lack of education, awareness and exposure of people of color in the culinary arts field. One underlying goal of these initiatives is to focus attention on the food inequalities and absence of food availability involving communities of color. Based on what I have observed, some discussions suggests that this gap adversely impact communities of color in ways that produce disadvantaged well-being for people of color, which ultimately cause disproportionate physical and emotional stress and trauma that might lead to comparatively poorer performance and productivity. These two culinary arts advocate groups argue that greater education and exposure of African Americans to the culinary arts field will produce more health care and healthy eating representatives and agents for better eating habits, food availability, and improved nutritional behavior in communities of color. The question for these two groups is do current eating habits, specific types of food availability, and nutritional values contribute to performance and productivity outcome in any significant way involving people of color?
I am looking for journal articles about business-related arts especially in the field of painting and drawing because I want to look at the artist's problems in a time they try to commercialize their artworks or they want to live based on their art. How they try to cope with those obstacles?
The international conference below will be held at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Luzern, Switzerland
It seems to me that this relationship is foregrounded in for example Japanese arts, but that the two are often uncoupled , for example in arts in the UK? I'm not restricting my field to the arts, and all other perspectives are welcome.
The Effect of the Black Arts Movement on the Evolution ot Black Identity by Njeri Williams
The common view is that it does, but recently this view has been challenged. For example Prum (2013):
"Current concepts of art cannot exclusively circumscribe the human arts from many forms of non-human biotic art. Without assuming an arbitrarily anthropocentric perspective, any concept of art will
need to engage with biodiversity, and either recognize many instances of biotic advertisements as art, or exclude some instances of human art."
I am putting together a collection of essays on Literature and Class for the publisher Routledge.
Some of you may look at this question with different eyes than mine.
So please tell me about any experiences you have writing about literature through the lens of social class.
Have you done such analysis?
What theory did you find most helpful?
How do you define social class when it comes to writing about it in the arts?
Thanks for any and all ideas and comments.
Hi expert team,
I am finishing my thesis on SANETS and the only chapter I am missing is the state of arts and current work - future trends. Can you advise how to tackle the subjet quickly? I dont have much time left as I have to submit soon.
Technical education by default has opportunities for encouraging and publishing original thought/analysis as part of project works/industry exposure for both budding researchers and postgraduate students. It is not so in the case of social sciences. humanities or arts normally.
In social sciences, humanities and arts, research scholars are expected to co-author with their guides before they could be considered for independent publication. In the case of postgraduate students, even such opportunities are rare indeed.
If we have to develop thought leaders in social sciences, humanities and arts, we need to consider giving opportunities to postgraduate and budding research scholars to publish independently. How do we go about doing this? Your suggestions are welcome.
Since we face with heteronomy and self-censorship in the nature of traditional arts, can teaching handicraft, rather than fine art project, lead to different consequence in the quality of rehabilitation of incacerated men and women?
Se trata de Argentina: el valor del peso nacional baja: en lo que va de marzo perdió un 6% de su valor, los precios crecen en promedio a un 3/4 % mensual, y los salarios no llegan a subir en promedio un 35% anual, los pensionados se prevé que incrementen sus haberes aún un poco menos que los asalariados. Los exportadores estacionales retienen su oferta de divisas y las carteras privadas están dolarizadas. En este escenario desde hace 6 meses el Banco Central y la Tesorería Nacional suben las tasas de interés internas de letras a menos de una año a un nivel que toca el 70% anual. La tasa de crecimiento del pbi es nula y la cuenta corriente es negativa en un 5 % del pbi. Es esto sostenible? Claro que no! Sin embargo coo el déficit fiscal operativo es nulo el presidente del país cree que todo irá bien y estaos creciendo.
Works of art are an important element of culture in the social and cultural heritage. The achievements of culture, including works of art, should be cherished for future generations, they can not be allowed to be forgotten, and unfortunately it often happens that in the era of current informational technological revolution, the development of new media, in the pursuit of modernity specific aspects of culture, tradition and art they are often interpreted only in the historical dimension.
On the other hand, new information technologies, new online media should be used to promote traditional values of culture and art. For example, websites have been created for many art and culture. Many works of art, entire collections of many museums are digitized in the form of a digital record of reproduction of works of art so as to increase the accessibility of citizens to cultural and cultural heritage.
Does this type of propagation of culture and art on the Internet should be developed?
I think so.
Do you agree with me?
Please, answer, comments.
I invite you to the discussion.
My undergraduate thesis research will specifically focus on the employment of Expressive Arts Psychotherapeutic techniques within the context of trauma within the context of Karachi. With accrued permission, I shall be working with a number of therapists who employ Expressive Arts Psychotherapeutic techniques with traumatized clients. To this effect, I aim to draw from existing Literature Review such as the work of Cathy Malchiodi, Peter Levine, Stephen Porges, and, Bessel Van der Kork. I am concerned about application of "extra-cultural constructs" which might not apply to a local culture in absence of localized trauma research resources. To this effect, I wanted to enquire that within the context of my own local culture, and, drawing on a body of work not based on localized culture, how can I decide the parameters by which I can remain sensitive to the application of trauma related Expressive Art approaches within the context of localized cultural frameworks as well as constructs- and, be able to divorce reviewed research from arguably "extra-cultural" frameworks, and, sensitivize and integrate them into localized cultural frameworks?
Dear RG members,
The term ‘human nature’ is much more than a reference to human behaviour; it actually refers to our species’ less-than-ideally-behaved, seemingly-imperfect, even ‘good and evil’-afflicted, so-called human condition—as in ‘it’s only human nature for people to be competitive, selfish and aggressive’.
Here we all are constantly searching for new thing that is unknown. There is only one flaw which can be seen as a continuous flow : "I am human and I can do anything what I want or like"
So, I would like to know how your research is going to help others or it is just useless after thesis binding?
I am interested in departments or programs around the world that have a focus on the psychological humanities (using the humanities, arts, and concept-driven social sciences to address the psychological). I would like to compile a list to connect people and institutions.
We here at Loughborough University in the UK have a Research Group to investigate "The Arts in the Public Sphere", and we are holding a conference at our London campus on "Modern Mythologies" (September, 2019). There will be some of Barthes's ideas debated. If you all like we could develop our own conversation?
The 2nd World War was most damaging to Human race as all Wars are. Naively perhaps, but one may hope that global community of scholars, businessmen and politicians may find the methodology to preserve Peace on Earth. Peace is not a dream, it is a reality that Humanity hoped for and worked so hard for ages. History teaches us that Peace is very fragile and vulnerable entity and it takes lot of courage and wisdom to preserve it. Planet Earth is already facing challenges of Climate Change, Pollution, plus, and surely another War that may grow beyond any region in the World would be most damaging and destructive to well being of all mankind all over the world. Given the current volume of Nuclear Arsenal, War could have enormous damaging impact that may bring Human suffering for many years to come. Modern Scholars rarely talk about faith, hope, but rather about scientific experiments, scientific evidence and prove of Hypothesis. Many Scholars long time before us were people of faith and their scholastic works were side by side with Humanity and Arts. Perhaps this may be a good time for us all to seek wisdom of elders and work together not as competitors but as colleagues collaborators on strategies and methodologies how to preserve Peace on Earth not just today, but for ages to come, so that our children and future generations may grow with plenitude of healthy food, clean air, wonderful four seasons and most of all World Peace.
When each of us is interested in the development of his products, through forms of collective agreement, Or in the memory of his community that may be latent in his language or traditional arts,
Even when worn. Which was one day his civilization.
How can it be a product?Their architecture In the future
Opposite Their clothes
The gifted in the arts fields suffer from being labeled as underachievers because they are forced to succeed in curricula that include scientific materials that are not inclined to them, which causes their loss and the loss of opportunities to refine their talents .
This is peripheral to my research, but I'd like to know if/how content is cemented in learners by putting it in the art forms closest to their hearts. Experiential learning and active education are some possible sources for such validation.
I am looking for theoretical framework to investigate how arts and culture initiatives promote social justice.
It seems that diversity is a fundamental universal requirement to achieve: survival, excellence, advancement, innovation, emergence, and creativity. The fields may range over biology, pattern recognition, governance, business, intelligence gathering, engineering, decision making, civilization, and the arts.
I recently read that a group of school children had achieved higher IQ measurements than Einstein, Stephen Hawkings and many other crucial figures in science and the humanities. Surely such measurements must be assessed with some tangible achievement or are they simply no more than a parlour game, a way of achieving without actually doing so?
Do many with measured IQs of 140 and over succeed in fields that require complexity of thought, critical ability and the combination of sensory and spacial talents of the arts?
During his editorship of School Arts Magazine from 1920 through 1950, Pedro de Lemos changed the direction of US art education from European fine art masters to a more global focus. There were no conventions of art teachers K- grade 12 until 1950, so all ideas were shared via School Arts Magazine. This important work is just now starting to be studied, along with that of Arthur Wesley Dow At the Columbia University Teachers' College.
In addition, de Lemos raised the crafts to academic notice in his magazine. He was profoundly influenced by the Arts and Crafts Movement.
Describe the (4) characteristic of Project Management different form other courses we work in Science & Engineering,Social Work and Arts in terms of Teaching and Learning,with and Example?
I am interested in comparisons among and between different arts in medicine and how they affect well being and quality of life--want to set up a similar study.
I mean OTHER THAN the one by Lino Sanchez y Tapia [from Luis Berlandier's collection] which was purportedly done from real-life models [though I find this doubtful]. I am also very interested in finding any descriptions and/or depictions of Coushatta canoes and abodes in Texas, or anywhere else.
I am aware of the 1829 description of Coshatta canoers on the Sabine River by Theodore Pavie published by Betje Klier; and the description of the hides- & bear-fat-laden Coshatta trading canoe [and 17 Coushattas] at the Atascosito Road crossing of the San Jacinto River written by Sgt. Jose del Toro in 1816.
Any pointers, whatever, will be most gratefully appreciated.
I think it is good for our living on earth that one day we keep either “metric system” or “imperial system” and saying good bye to the other one. I guess it brings a better understanding and communications. But, we are mostly do not have same idea about cultural features like arts, music, clothing, foods, etc.
The other thing is that some ethnic people in developing countries think that westerners would rather that the "others" keep their traditional way of life to have fun in their visits to strange lands. What’s your opinion would you keep your traditional way of life even if it’s demands hard work and harsh way of life?
Tradition is a huge concept and I think the problem starts here. I present an example:
When we say tradition it also includes water supplying for villages in remote area of developing countries. A number of traditional water supplying particularly from rivers and well involve spreading disease when we compare it with developed water refinery systems. Do we prefer that those villagers keep their traditional water supplying? This is only one instance I provided here to clarify a bit my point.
I'm writing an essay about personalisation and am looking to see if there has been any writing about context-aware recommender systems for groups?
For example, a bar that autoplays music based on the music tastes of people that are in the bar but also taking into account the context (i.e. Friday night vs Sunday afternoon)?
What are the symmetrical phenomena in your scientific or artistic field which are comparable with symmetry of two successive musical phrases (like two atoms which make up a molecule)?
The nature is full of symmetrical balances. I am working on identical futures of symmetry in arts and sciences. I would be grateful if you exemplify symmetries in features and components related to materials or issues in your field.
I'm looking at where arts journalists are finding new or innovative ways to engage in criticism. Put more generally, who is challenging the criticism crisis?
I came across Ben Davis, who is an art critic living and working in New York City, and his keynote on post-descriptive criticism. He experimented with critiques that used images only, for example.
Dear collegues, I'm looking for some bibliography (also in chinese language is ok) about the maket of arts, in particolar paintig, between south China (Pearl river delta) and Europe during the Qing dynasty. I'm both interested about the imported and exported piaces of arts.
Australia is generally regarded as being one of the worst countries for investing in Arts and Culture. I would like to present data showing this using the most recent figures. Australia's investment is lower than Canada and New Zealand for example based on 2010 figures.