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Weekly Rite 7 -- Porch Jazz

By: eseyler

It was a great day for jammin' on the porch!

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Weekly Rites 7

By: jpowers2

The art of a pedestrian performance can be so fun to work with. The furry creature awaits by the sill and engages in the work itself.

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Weekly Rites #3 Briana Leger

By: bleger

This week, I decided to go outside of movement and try making sounds! Although I do think the movement of my hands in this video is pretty interesting as well... The main thing I wanted to do with this is to look at my piano playing with a set s...

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Weekly Rites #9 Briana Leger

By: bleger

Adventures in piano-ing part 2. I made this video pretty similar to my previous piano video: a clip of set rehearsed music, and some improvisation. I tried to be more lenient in my editing of the improvisation. In the first video, I was very wo...

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Weekly Rites #7 - Zoey November

By: znovembe

This week, I decided to take inspiration from a new source - a chemistry lecture! I had a lot of fun with it. Sometimes I tried to express very literally what the lecturer was explaining, and other times I simply allowed the auditory input to info...

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Weekly Rites 5

By: jpowers2

Flowers; they are such beautiful things, and make wonderful additions to any work. I love when people buy me flowers. Like, roses are my favorite, but any kind of flowers will do ;)

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Weekly Rites 9

By: jpowers2

There is something so interesting about a few twinkling lights and a bed that makes me wonder why we don't just use natural light like we used to before electricity. But at the same time without electricity these purple lights wouldn't be possible!

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Weekly Rites 6

By: jpowers2

There is an interesting connection between the top half of the body and the lower half. I didn't mean to coincide the movements in this video with that theme, but the way it came out brought it up in context, and I just ran with it!

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Weekly Rite 4 -- Beethoven

By: eseyler

What began as an exploration of movement in shadow three weeks ago becomes, today, an homage to Beethoven's brilliance. This part of Concerto No. 2 always chokes me up because of the beauty and silence and peace of it. (Turn your sound up to hear ...