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Ok so im working at a school replacing glass and im in the art block, this teacher is packing her stuff as she has another job at another school in birmingham. So i'm chatting to her and i get quite involved with her profession and suggest to her why not base an art lesson around music. And music is a universal language as such so people try making art from music or singing. Any form of music, the students favorite so they don't feel left out and "do a song" they don't like, then feed off the emotion and turn it into art some way.

Does'nt mean drawing on paper, could mean a wide range of things including drawing.

She was sooooo suprised and fascinated by the idea that she took my number and etc and is going to do her first lesson at her new school on this Music into Art, Mirrored (that's what i'm calling it)

No doubt been tried before somewhere im guessing, but she seems to have a good way of teaching this some how, i can feel.




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#2 9 years ago

Is she good looking?

Good for you. If it goes well, you could make a living out of it!




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BadHairDẵy;4957292Is she good looking?

Good for you. If it goes well, you could make a living out of it!

So you think it's a sound idea. I haven't really told you much about cause and effect into art also, music emotion made art perfections or a false pretense ambition. Understand the music's emotion, art will just flow out into a true form but do not make a false emotion as your trying to hard because maybe an emotion didn't happen for the art to take place, is wasn't the time or the correct conditions.

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#4 9 years ago

I always listen to music when drawing, writing or making anything art-related.

Music drives my creativity, as Hunter S Thompson put it; Music doesn't create my creativity; it just gives me fuel.




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#5 9 years ago

Lol, Music is my art :P




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#6 9 years ago
Reldorage;4957358Lol, Music is my art :P

It really is an extension of our emotions, expressing one's inner feelings that can be put into art through imagination, anything is possible in this world. Maybe not even through imagination, but through reality.

I guarantee that, i just need to show you. ..........hmmm time will tell....




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#7 9 years ago

I always think of art as some sort of creative talent...after all a lot of definitions of it are:

"The products of human creativity" "The creation of beautiful or significant things" "A superior skill that you can learn by study and practice and observation"

So art is not normally limited to just artwork. But yeah, music is a good example of true art from the definitions above.




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#8 9 years ago

Delta 47;4957413I always think of art as some sort of creative talent...after all a lot of definitions of it are:

"The products of human creativity" "The creation of beautiful or significant things" "A superior skill that you can learn by study and practice and observation"

So art is not normally limited to just artwork. But yeah, music is a good example of true art from the definitions above.

Im gonna blow people away with my art i have coming after knowing what is capable through this certain corner that not many people venture or would have ventured.




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#9 9 years ago

I think music is incredibly abstract to a point where its use as a language is very limited. Right now I've got this looped

What does it mean to me? Right now I'm just sitting in the eye of the storm; it's an allegory for human existence. Death and rebirth, the empty monkey dream. Just going on around me beyond reach. That's how I feel about it right now anyway. Come tomorrow it'll mean something entirely different or nothing at all.

We make too much effort to find out what things mean to others; talk of how to express ourselves precisely with non-verbal language, when they depend on too many variables for such abstract symbolism to maintain meaning. The importance of art is a personal experience. What does it mean to you? Successful art, economically speaking, is that which allows others to read their own interpretations into the symbol and convince themselves everyone else sees the same. Heck sometimes it’s even true. Should I tell you of angels I see dancing across fields of blood to O Fortuna? They won’t be there every time. It’s a good learning experience I guess but sometimes, no strike that, most of the time I listen to a bit of music and don’t see anything you could put down on paper. Emotions aren’t colors or images, they’re just feelings. How do you paint hate, draw love? They can serve as motivations for imagery but I think if you focus on the idea that you paint the music or something like that you’ll get a lot of people who haven’t got a clue what you mean. I wouldn’t.




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#10 9 years ago

Priceless




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