MOZAIC DANCE TEAM was founded in 2003 by four dancers who wanted to bring cultural diversity through dance at James Madison University.Today, Mozaic Dance Team is a competitive dance team that provides the opportunity to both men and women from all cultural backgrounds to perform in a team atmosphere.
Mozaic Dance Team continues to keep the hip hop culture alive through music and dance, providing a gateway to the hip hop dance and culture.
dance, hip hop, contemporary, modern, jazz….moving our feet
A Tribute Performance: Kabuki Dance by Bando Kotoji…
The AsianArts & Culture Center Advisory Board cordially invites you and your guest to attend a
Tribute Performance and Reception Dedicated to Dr. Gilbert “Gil” BrungardtFeaturing Kabuki Dance by Bando KotojiSunday, April 1, 2012 5:30 p.m. Reception Towson University Marriott Conference Hotel 7:30 Performance Towson University Stephens Hall Theatre RSVP by March 26, 2012 Includes prime seating and private Meet-the-Artists Reception.
Proceeds benefit the Gilbert A. Brungardt Endowment for the benefit of the Asian Arts & Culture Center.
Gilbert A. Brungardt Endowment This endowment serves to honor Dr. Brungardt for his many years of contribution to Towson University as well as being a founding member of the Asian Arts & Culture Center in 1971 and President of the Advisory Board from 1997-2009. He was a key player in the growth and development of the Center and this endowment provides a stable funding source to support and enhance the mission of the Asian Arts & Culture Center. Dr. Brungardt passed away on December 29, 2010.
The Asian Arts & Culture Center
The Asian Arts & Culture Center was founded in 1971 to introduce Asian art and culture on campus and in the surrounding community and region. The Center presents exhibits in its dedicated gallery, in the Center for the Arts on the campus of Towson University as well as concerts, lectures and films throughout the year, serving all those interested in learning about and experiencing the arts and culture of Asia.
Lagerfeld called her fat… I call this spread absolutely beautiful!
“I am quite loud and bolshie,” she says (British slang for unruly and clamorous). “I’m a big personality. I walk into a room, big and tall and loud.”
“I want to evolve as an artist. There’s so much music I don’t know about yet. I want to go on the road with my friends who are artists. I want to go and see things as a fan again. I am a fan, but I can’t remember what it feels like to be a fan anymore. Because I’ve become an artist. I’ve become the artist.”
A few years ago, I worked for a DJ company that absolutely insisted that the clients NOT have any type of lighting at their wedding. We were told not to sell them, and if a client asked for them, we were told that we should stronglydiscourage the client from using them at their event. After all, he didn’t own any lights, but more to the point…he didn’t like having to set them up and tear them down at the end of the event, and paying someone else to do so was out of the question. As time went by and he started noticing that he was losing clients to other companies that actually DID offer lights, he eventually caved, and the last time I checked he was slowing beginning stock lights, as he was beginning to understand, in certain settings, how much of an effect they have. (There are…
Dimensions. I´m fascinated by them! So here I leave you with a short presentation on the theories of multiple dimensions presented by Brian Green, explaining how extra dimensions may solve several problems in physics, and gives his stance on the possibility of a “multi-verse”, or multiple Universes. All of this is brought to you by the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science: