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The Juilliard School

The Juilliard School
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Acting For Film One Year Program In the first part of the semester, students begin to build the foundation of their craft through a broad array of classes that incorporate both traditional stage performance, as well as film performance techniques and concepts. Acting Technique This class is an introduction to the various well-known acting techniques of the Master Acting Teachers. The classes begin with basic ensemble acting games and warm-ups. Students first explore the work of Konstantin Stanislavski, then move to the Method, briefly discussing the role of Sanford Meisner, then continue to the work of Lee Strasberg (sense and emotional memory), Stella Adler (absolute belief in given circumstances), Michael Chekhov (the psychological gesture), Jerzy Grotowski (physical approach/"outside in"), Anne Bogart (viewpoints) and Tadashi Suzuki. The classes also include a brief historical background of each of the Masters, as well as a discussion of the development of each of his/her techniques. Acting for Film I Film Craft Speech

Curtis Institute of Music :: Cursos 24 Horas :: Cursos Online - Cursos com Certificado Visual & Media Arts At Emerson’s Department of Visual and Media Arts, the process of transforming your vision into reality is fast-paced, exciting, and rewarding. You’ll dive right in and start working with talented mentors, collaborators, and crew members from day one. Emerson’s Department of Visual and Media Arts is all about learning by doing. Is your medium film or video? The Internet or animation? You’ll learn from experienced faculty members who are teachers, doers, and industry players, collaborate with talented classmates, and benefit from studying in a city that ranks among the top five U.S. media markets. Bienen School of Music - Northwestern University

Problemas resolvidos de Física Moderna - UFRGS 2012 23. Em 1905, Einstein propôs uma teoria simples e revolucionária para explicar o efeito fotoelétrico, a qual considera que a luz é constituída por partículas sem massa, chamadas de fótons. Cada fóton carrega uma energia dada por hf, onde é a constante de Planck, e f é a frequência da luz. Einstein relacionou a energia cinética, E, com que o elétron emerge da superfície do material, à frequência da luz incidente sobre ele e à função trabalho, W, através da equação E=hf-W . A função trabalho W corresponde à energia necessária para um elétron ser ejetado do material. Em uma experiência realizada com os elementos Potássio (K), Chumbo (Pb) e Platina (Pt), deseja-se obter o efeito fotoelétrico fazendo incidir radiação eletromagnética de mesma frequência sobre cada um desses elementos. (A) 1,2 X 10 14 Hz. Resolução: Alternativa (E) O elemento mais "difícil" de arrancar elétrons será o de MAIOR função trabalho (W), que no caso é W_{Pt}=6,3eV e o que vai exigir um fóton de maior energia mínima. e

Purchase College, State University of New York - Think Wide Open UM School of Music, Theatre & Dance COMPLEXO EDUCACIONAL FMU - ENSINO COM UM "Q" A MAIS. Q DE QUALIDADE. Curso Clio - Curso Preparatório para o Concurso de Admissão à Carreira de Diplomata

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