Recent Examples of performance art from the Web
Bringing creative events to venues citywide, the festival celebrates music, dance, comedy, and performance art through a wide range of happenings.
Over 10 weeks, kids and teens, from 5 to 16, will gain a foundation in their choice of performance art, dance, fashion, visual arts and instrumental music.
Hildi took interior design and turned it into installation and performance art.
This big, fun-loving Dallas fest has some weirdly wonderful events including installation art, body painting, performance art, local-to-global music and, last but not least, a pet parade that begins at 11:30 a.m. Sunday.
Architectural Digest recognized the school's recent $11 million construction project that included state-of-the-art science and engineering buildings and new performance art spaces.
The warm smile on Haddish's face suggests to viewers that this is not Kaufman-esque performance art but a woman experiencing joy.
Pendleton first came to notice at Performa, the New York performance art biennial, in 2007.
Today, young conservatives flock to the boorish and racist performance art of Milo Yiannopoulos and Ann Coulter.
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First Known Use of performance art
PERFORMANCE ART Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of performance art for English Language Learners
: a type of art that is created in front of or presented to an audience by the artist
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