Experiencing Performing Arts in San Francisco

The San Francisco Bay Area is home to a diversity of acclaimed museums that attributes priceless treasures from all over the world.

It discovers the wealthy collection from the oldest masterpieces, fine arts and antiquities, works by modern masters, international cultural artifacts to cutting edge and emerging artists, and hands-on technology exhibits for families at the many world’s prominent museums and galleries in the Bay Area. Tourists can happily spend their vacation here and leave with beautiful memories.

Asian Art Museum:

This article is a great meal for those who are interested in learning more about the art and culture of the world’s largest continent. When you are in town, you must check out the Asian Art Museum.

It is with more than 2,500 treasures on display from all corners of Asia, exhibitions, complimentary audio tours in languages like English, Spanish, French, Mandarin and Cantonese, delicious pan-Asian fare at Cafe Asia, and

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Three Pivotal Figures in 20th Century Performing Arts

What makes the performing arts so special? While loosely, one might apply the term to any sort of presentation before an audience, critics have historically used the label to separate dance, music, and theater performance from the “static” visual arts. A painter, writer, or photographer can effectively transmit their work and their messages through time and even across significant cultural or linguistic barriers-preserving a moment, a vision, or an idea in a permanent medium. We get perhaps as close as we can to time traveling by looking at a Stieglitz photograph, some lines of Dante, or a cave-painting on an ancient wall, able to see (at least almost) the same thing that the creator did at the moment of inception or execution.

The performing arts, on the other hand, are time-limited. We can’t ever really know what a Shakespeare play was like for the audience, aside from a few well-preserved accounts, and are instead left confronting his plays more as a part

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Contemporary Ghanaian Performing Arts

Contemporary Ghanaian performing arts have been influenced by foreign culture, technology, and education. It is a synergy of the indigenous performing arts with the Western cultural forms of performing arts. There are three main forms of performing arts practiced by the Ghanaians today. These are music, dance, and drama.

Music

Ghanaian contemporary music has been influenced by foreign music styles and concepts though there is not a total eradication of the indigenous music styles. Some contemporary Ghanaian musicians blend the indigenous and foreign music styles in composing their songs. The foreign music styles that have influenced Ghanaian music today include jazz, pop music, Blues, Rock and Roll, Reggae, Ragga, R&B, Indian and Arabic songs. Contemporary Ghanaian music includes highlife which has more of the indigenous music elements, the hip-life which fuses slow lyric choruses with Ragga or rap music. Currently, there is the hip-pop music that is an exact rend

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