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11 Perspective Tips for Convincing Architectural Sketches and Paintings

11 Perspective Tips for Convincing Architectural Sketches and Paintings Create eye-catching and believable architectural sketches with this collection of tips from top artists on everything to do with perspective drawing. The post 11 Perspective Tips for Convincing Architectural Sketches and Paintings appeared first on Artists Network. Source: Fine #art 11 Perspective Tips for Convincing Architectural Sketches and Paintings Read More »

The Greatest Dance Movies of All Time, According to the Dance Magazine Staff

The Greatest Dance Movies of All Time, According to the Dance Magazine Staff

The Greatest Dance Movies of All Time, According to the Dance Magazine Staff Seventy one years age today, a new movie hit theaters: The Red Shoes. For a certain generation of dancers, this was the movie—the one that initially inspired them to step inside the studio. For others, it was the first film they ever saw that finally “got” them. When Moira Shearer’s character Victoria Page answers the question “Why do you want to dance?” ... Read More »

12 Childhood Pics and Videos That Prove These Stars Were Born to Dance

12 Childhood Pics and Videos That Prove These Stars Were Born to Dance

12 Childhood Pics and Videos That Prove These Stars Were Born to Dance When you hear names like Maria Kochetkova, Sutton Foster and Robbie Fairchild, you immediately picture flashes of them as the fully-formed, phenomenal performers they are today. But even when they were kids, they had a glimmer of their future star power, giving a glimpse of what was to come. Thankfully for Instagram, we’ve got the pictures and home videos to prove it. ... Read More »

5 Dancers On What They Love Most About Their Bodies

5 Dancers On What They Love Most About Their Bodies

5 Dancers On What They Love Most About Their Bodies When it comes to our bodies, dancers have a bad habit of focusing on the negative. We often wish we were taller, or shorter, or stronger, or slimmer. But as dancers our bodies give us so much, and negative body talk doesn’t do anything to help us become better artists. So we thought it’d be a nice change of pace to instead ask dancers what ... Read More »

Full house

Full house

Full house “Yusif Eyvazov will sing Hermann in the performances of Tchaikovsky’s The Queen of Spades on December 8, 14, and 21, replacing Aleksandrs Antonenko. As scheduled, Antonenko will sing the role on November 29 and December 2 and 5, and Kristian Benedikt will perform the role on December 18.” All this from the Met’s press office. Source: Music-2 Full house Read More »

Cast Your Vote for Our 2019 Readers' Choice Awards

Cast Your Vote for Our 2019 Readers' Choice Awards

Cast Your Vote for Our 2019 Readers' Choice Awards You nominated your favorite dance moments so far in 2019, and we narrowed them down to this list. Now it’s time to cast your vote to help decide who will be deemed our Readers’ Choice picks for the year! Voting is open until September 17th. Only one vote per person will be counted. Loading… Source: Dance – 2 Cast Your Vote for Our 2019 Readers&039; Choice ... Read More »

You Took Class, Then Took a Break. How Much Do You Really Need to Do to Warm Up Again?

You Took Class, Then Took a Break. How Much Do You Really Need to Do to Warm Up Again?

You Took Class, Then Took a Break. How Much Do You Really Need to Do to Warm Up Again? If you forget about that lasagna you just reheated for even 10 minutes, it may get too cold for your liking. Your body isn’t much different. After class, we lose most of our warmth within 15 minutes. So we need to warm up again if we have a longer break before rehearsal or performance. But do ... Read More »

Unsex me here

Unsex me here

Unsex me here parterre box has obtained a copy of the Met’s rehearsal calendar for today (September 5, 2019), which includes the first rehearsals so far this season to which Plácido Domingo was called. An “Anti-Harassment Workshop” was scheduled at 3:00 PM in the same room (5th Floor Studio) where the veteran tenor was rehearsing for this season&8217;s revival of Macbeth. Source: Music-2 Unsex me here Read More »

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