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Searched for: Dance
Activity for "Got My Dancin' Boots On"
Collection: Music to the Ear
Creator: Heritage Branch, Province of New Brunswick
History of Brazil’s Carnival of Porto Alegre.
Collection: Festivities of the Americas: Costa Rica, Brazil and Mexico
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Examples of traditional folk songs common in New Brunswick during the 19th century.
Collection: Music to the Ear
Creator: Heritage Branch, Province of New Brunswick
Dramatic performance assignments based on the interdisciplinary relationship between art, performance art, and drama inspired by the painting of Norval Morrisseau.
Collection: Art!Facts
Creator: McMichael Canadian Art Collection
History and examples of Japanese decorative arts relating to personal accessories from the Meiji period
Collection: Interior Design and Decorative Arts, Meiji Restoration, Japan
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Description of the Western and traditional styles of interiors and housing during the Meiji Restoration
Collection: Interior Design and Decorative Arts, Meiji Restoration, Japan
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Silkscreen/Printmaking Terms, General Art Terms, Elements of Art, Principles of Design, Compositional Terms & Considerations
Collection: Silkscreen Compendium - Vaughan Grayson: A Woman Artist in the Canadian Rockies
Creator: Moose Jaw Art Museum Incorporated/Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery
Activity for "This is the truth that I now tell you...."
Collection: Music to the Ear
Creator: Heritage Branch, Province of New Brunswick
Activity for "...tell the story and play one..."
Collection: Music to the Ear
Creator: Heritage Branch, Province of New Brunswick
Noh is a type of play both performed and enjoyed by the samurai with whom it was very popular as the themes often reflected samurai history.
Collection: Exploring Japan: Samurai – Warrior Class of Japan
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
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