Bill Shannon AKA the “Crutchmaster” – New York City, New York

Bill Shannon AKA the “Crutchmaster” – New York City, New York

 

here is the link to the video. Please answer the following questions in paragraph format about the dance.
Can a work of art change attitudes? If so, how?
In what ways does art provide opportunities to think, consider and analyze issues of difference (ability, gender, race, socio-economic status) present in contemporary society?
The choreographers featured in this video are dealing with questions of culture, context, tradition, value and innovation as they approach issues of dance and difference. Choose two definitions from below as lenses through which to discuss the choreographer’s intention and message behind the dance he created. Write three to four sentences for each definition to demonstrate your understanding of dance and its connection to society.

Culture is socially transmitted, integrated behavior patterns, knowledge, arts, beliefs, material traits, shared attitudes, values, practices, institutions, and all other products of human work and thought characteristic of a community or population.

Context is the set of circumstances in which a particular event occurs.

Tradition is a mode of thought or behavior followed by a people from generation to generation.

Value is a principle, standard, or quality considered worthwhile or desirable.

Innovation is the introduction of a new idea, method or device.

Religion

Please answer each essay question in Microsoft® Word utilizing Times New Roman font;size 12pt.and double-spaced. Each question must be 3 pages in length.
Here are the questions:
1. Select two Asian religions and/or philosophical worldviews for
comparison. Include in your response three (3) basic or underlying tenets
of each faith, and how those beliefs affect and/or contribute to daily life
and culture.
2. Moses revolutionized the religious orientation of his people by persuading
them to acknowledge that there is just one God. Who were these people,
and what impact did the “belief in the one true God” have at this moment
in ancient history? How does this religious perspective set the stage for the
continuation and development of the other two Abrahamic religious
traditions?
3. A central tenet of Christian belief about Jesus’ divinity is his resurrection,
and ascension. How did these beliefs mold Christian doctrine, and what
role did the eschatology of Jesus play in relation to the Kingdom of God at
the time?

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