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Get More Mileage from your Licks

When people begin to learn improvisation, they often do so by learning “licks”. Licks are musical phrases that have been transcribed from other players and is a great way to develop an improvisational vocabulary. 270 more words

Cardboard-ing III

Assignment 2.2

Until now, during the assignment 2.0 and 2.1 we worked individually. From now on, groups of four will work on same aim with consensus. 358 more words


Kindergarten bento - Gyu-don / nikudon variation (13/Nov/17)

This is Gyu-don, which is a donburi with beef (gyu-niku in Japanese) slices with some broth and egg. It’s a variation from my mum’s nikudon recipe, the most popular dish in this blog. 22 more words


Footwork Variation of the Fortnight #49!

This fortnight’s variation is The Scoop!

Style this up with either a straight leg or with a scooping motion!


Cardboard-ing II

Assignment 2.1

After producing three constructs for assignment 2.0, for assignment 2.1 it was allowed to use only one type of element while producing, which means all of the elements that is the part of any construct should be identical so that it will be easier to focused on relationships, not different shaped and sized elements. 191 more words


Learning the 4th Paquita variation

This Friday evening I went with a friend to a ballet studio here in Berlin which occasionally offers repertoire workshops for adults. Last summer we both attended a workshop were we learned the entrance of the swans and the waltz of the swans from Swan Lake in the Bolshoi version. 452 more words


Week 9 Task - Character Costume Design

This weeks task was to design a costume for a made-up fantasy tv show. The character we were designing for was a female rogue/thief protagonist. 67 more words