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Artistic chores were then handed to Ditko, whose moody, individualistic touch came to dominate Charlton's supernatural line.
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The terms of the Artistic License 1. 0 were at issue in a 2007 federal district court decision in the US which was criticized by some for suggesting that FOSS-like licenses could only be enforced through contract law rather than through copyright law, in contexts where contract damages would be difficult to establish.
The 2001 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships were the first international competition to make use of the " vaulting table ", an apparatus made by Dutch gymnastics equipment company Janssen-Fritsen since the mid-1990s.
Works such as Ildefons Cerda's General Theory of Urbanization ( 1867 ), Camillo Sitte ’ s City Planning According to Artistic Principles ( 1889 ), and Robinson ’ s The Improvement of Cities and Towns ( 1901 ) and Modern Civic Art ( 1903 ), all were primarily concerned with urban design, as did the later City Beautiful movement in North America.
The early 1990s were to see two important changes in the way that the company worked: firstly, in 1991, with the formation of the " Artistic Associates of The Australian Opera ", a body of people was created which comprised some of the most important figures in the Australian musical and performing arts world.
Instead, there were two separate awards for production, the Most Artistic Quality of Production, won by Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans ( 1927 ) and the Most Outstanding Production, won by Wings as well as Best Effects, Engineering Effects for Roy Pomeroy.
For the first six years of the Aldeburgh Festival, the joint Artistic Directors remained Britten, Pears and Crozier ; in 1955, Britten and Pears were in sole charge, then the following year they were joined by Imogen Holst, who remained a member of the Artistic Directorate until her death in 1984.
Artistic academies were established all over Europe by the end of the 18th century, and many, like the Akademie der Künste in Berlin ( founded 1696 ), the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando in Madrid ( founded 1744 ), the Imperial Academy of Arts in Saint Petersburg ( 1757 ), the Royal Academy in London ( 1768 ) and the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan ( 1776 ) still run art schools and hold large exhibitions, although their influence on taste greatly declined from the late 19th century.
By comparison, the top highest paid non-union employees were the Artistic and Executive Director, Clive Gillinson, who was paid $ 946, 000 in salary and benefits ; the Chief Financial Officer, at $ 352, 000, and the General Manager, at $ 341, 000.
Moral rights were first recognized in France and Germany, before they were included in the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works in 1928.
First versions of Ion were released under the Artistic License, Ion2 and the development versions of Ion3 were released under the GNU Lesser General Public License ( LGPL ).
The six original departments at the Institute were: Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering ; Artistic Crafts ; Domestic Economy and Women's Trades ; Electro-Chemistry ; Horology ( the science of time and art of clock-making ); and Mechanical Engineering and Metal Trades.
In May 2008, the appointments of Alexander von Maravic as Artistic Director ( Intendant ) and Peter Konwitschny as principal director of productions at Leipzig Opera were announced.
Artistic images were seen by Joseph Campbell in terms of “ incestuous ' libido ' and patricidal ' destrudo '”; while literary descriptions of the conflict between destrudo and libido are still fairly widespread in the 21st C.
Both productions were directed by Des McNuff festival Artistic Director and were filmed in HD for theatrical release by Bravo / CBC.
" WAH Center founder and Artistic Director Yuko Nii personally received a letter from the Equerry of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, Major Will Mackinlay, who stated that that their Royal Highnesses were “ grateful ” for Yuko ’ s “ thinking of them ” in inviting them to the ball, and passed on their well wishes for the success of the event.
Among the distinguished alumni of San Jose Rep's early years, all of whom were recruited by the young Artistic Director David Lemos and played significant roles in launching the young company, are: James Houghton, Founding Artistic Director of New York City's unique Signature Theater Company ; Richard Rodgers, Director of the Drama Division at Juilliard ; James Bundy, artistic director of Yale Repertory Theater and dean of the prestigious Yale School of Drama ; Elaine Avila, Associate Professor of Theatre Dramatic Writing at the University of New Mexico ; Fingerstyle Guitarist, Singer, Songwriter.
Ray Cooney opened the theatre with a production of Spider's Web, and thereafter the repertory seasons were produced under three successive Artistic Directors: Tony Clayton, Leslie Lawton and Christopher Dunham, the last of whom spent over 25 years at the theatre.
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In Sassari, with the painter Mario Delitala, also from Orani, Nivola had his artistic start, and soon the two worked together for the decoration of some spaces in the local university. He then moved to the Italian mainland, and in 1931 entered the ISIA, the state institute for Artistic Industry in Monza, near Milan.
In 1999, a sole Artistic Director in the Britten mould – composer, solo performer, accompanist and conductor – was appointed in Thomas Adès, joined in 2004 by composer John Woolrich, first as Guest Artistic Director then as an Associate Artistic Director.
Artistic disagreements with a then editor, plus a general disillusionment with the BBC management, meant that he decided to retire from writing scripts in 1982 and to stick to just performing them.
In 2000 Soulpepper's Artistic Director Albert Schultz was approached by Paul Carder, then the Dean of Business and Creative Arts at George Brown College, with the suggestion that a partnership be struck between Soulpepper and the George Brown Theatre School to create a new performance / education facility.
During his long tenure as regional, and then later, national chief of the Brazilian Historic and Artistic Heritage Institute ( Instituto do Patrimônio Histórico e Artístico Nacional-IPHAN ), Lucio Costa pushed for systematic documentation of existing architectural and urbanistic heritage, although his critics allege that he let his personal preferences and political opinions interfere with the bases of his decisions.
In 1977, the company began its spring season at the Metropolitan Opera House, its new official venue, then in 1980 Mikhail Baryshnikov became Artistic Director for American Ballet Theatre.
Since then, the orchestra has made over 75 recordings for Deutsche Grammophon, PentaTone Classics, Ondine, Warner Classics and other labels, and with conductors that include RNO Founder and Artistic Director Mikhail Pletnev, Vladimir Jurowski, Kent Nagano, Alexander Vedernikov, Carlo Ponti Jr., José Serebrier and Vasily Petrenko.
He became Associate Director of The Academy of Ancient Music in 1996 and then Artistic Director of The English Concert from 2003 to 2007.
An active campaign sought to overturn the prosecution, with a passionate defence presented by Laurence Olivier, then Artistic Director of the National Theatre.
Since then the company has had two artistic directors: Roger Hodgman ( 1987 – 1999 ), who steered MTC through the financially troublesome period of the late eighties and nineties, and Simon Phillips, who has been Artistic Director from 2000.
In January 2000, under the baton of the then Chief Conductor and Artistic Director Markus Stenz, represented Australasia at the Festival of the Five Continents in the Canary Islands alongside other orchestras such as the Berlin Philharmonic and New York Philharmonic.
Gass was succeeded as Artistic Director of Factory by Bob White ( 1977 – 87 ), then Jackie Maxwell ( 1987 – 95 ).
Initially, there was further success: bringing Igor Stravinsky to Washington was the work of Bliss Herbert, then the Artistic Administrator of the Santa Fe Opera who had been involved in that company's early years when the composer regularly visited Santa Fe.
This was to have a profound impact on the company, especially since George London, after retirement from the stage, became Artistic Administrator at the Kennedy Center until its 1971 opening and then Executive Director of the Nation Opera Institute.
In 1988 the school became an independent institution and in 1998 the school — until then spread out on several addresses — relocated to its current premises on Holmen as part of the Danish Centre for Artistic Educations.
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This work is most visible through the touring of the dance company of it Artistic Director, Richard Alston, whose company perform annual seasons at Sadler's Wells and in 2006 complete their first tour of the USA.
The orchestra's most recent Chief Conductor and Artistic Director was Oleg Caetani, whose initial four-year contract was from 2005 to the end of 2008.
Examples include the source code of Mozilla Application Suite, Mozilla Thunderbird and Mozilla Firefox, which was tri-licensed under the Mozilla Public License ( MPL ), GNU General Public License ( GPL ) or GNU Lesser General Public License ( LGPL ) before the upgrade to the more-compatible MPL2 ; Perl, which is dual-licensed under the GPL or Artistic License ; and Ruby, whose license contains explicit GPL dual licensing.
The group founded a company called Toviassu Produções Artísticas ( Toviassu Artistic Productions ), whose name is an acronym composed of syllables from the phrase " Todo viado é surdo " – " Every gay is deaf "; which is the ending of a widely known Brazilian practical joke.
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Being modelled on other leading opera / ballet theatres such as the Royal Opera House, London and La Scala, Milan, both the Mariinsky Ballet and Mariinsky Opera came under the management of the Mariinsky Theatre itself, with Valery Gergiev as Artistic Director.
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Aesthetic dress of the 1880s and 1890s carries on many of the external characteristics of Artistic dress ( rejection of tightlacing, simplicity of line, and emphasis on beautiful fabrics ), even though, at its core, Aestheticism rejected the moral and social goals of the Victorian Dress Reform movement that was its precursor.
Shipp would go on to become the Artistic Director of a new line of recordings named the Blue Series.
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Artistic mimesis under Christian influence records the involvement of all persons, however humble, in a divine drama.
Artistic objects and performances satisfy rules of composition that place them in a recognizable style.
The Artistic License refers most commonly to the original Artistic License ( version 1. 0 ), a software license used for certain free and open source software packages, most notably the standard Perl implementation and most CPAN modules, which are dual-licensed under the Artistic License and the GNU General Public License ( GPL ).
** The Artistic License ( the original Artistic License 1. 0, the one which is still used by Perl and CPAN )
Artistic, budgetary and logistical concerns will determine the size and instrumentation of a string section.
The International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works ( IIC ) was incorporated under British law in 1950 as " a permanent organization to co-ordinate and improve the knowledge, methods, and working standards needed to protect and preserve precious materials of all kinds.