Featuring artists such as Vicki Asp, Robert Bissell, Christopher Stott, and Debbie Wardrope, Studio Seven Arts carefully selects artists with a personal appeal. As they make and respond to artworks, students explore meaning and interpretation, elements and forms, and social and cultural contexts of the arts. While it is with great sadness that I announce this decision I have other exciting news. If you’d like to ask us a question about CRM strategy in the arts, or if you’ve seen any other great examples you’d like to share, leave a comment below.
These acts blend traditionally separate disciplines like acrobatics and contemporary dance, theatre and physical prowess, interactive multimedia and immersive experience. It’s often really nice to know that a major artist uses the same nib I’ve settled for, or only uses Photoshop Elements and Inkscape.
While the arts in the local community should be the initial focus for learning, students are also aware of and interested in the arts from more distant locations and the curriculum provides opportunities to build on this curiosity. The absolute best vehicle for accessing the seven keys to martial arts speed is the Speed Loop(TM) training system.
The flipped pyramid can be divided in 7 dynamic fields of forces, emanating totality and diversity of arts, starting with 1) architecture, then 2) sculpture, 3) painting, 4) music, (at the bottom), 5) poetry, 6) social-sculpture-in-motion and….the future queen of the arts”: 7) society-as-art, or architecture of human relationships, the organisational masterpiece.
I’ll just clarify that this post is only referring to martial arts series that have hit the mainstream; and I’m not looking at stand-alone documentaries (for example, Myths & Logic of Shaolin Kung Fu). So, by learning Silat you are indirectly mastering so many other martial arts form as well.