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  • Martha Stewart and Martha Billes

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    throughout their careers that dealt with family issues, public and media criticism as well as negative encounters with the law. With a variety of business approaches and personalities, Martha Stewart, a highly successful businesswoman, turned everyday household activities into a multi-million dollar empire and Martha Billes, also a richly successful businesswoman, fought hard to take ownership of Canadian Tire at the age of 61. Both entrepreneurs faced the adversities of being women growing up in the

  • Martha and Mary Magdalene by Caravaggio

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    The Painting Martha and Mary Magdalene is one of the many masterpieces in the DIA’s collection in Detroit. Although there is much more to understanding a work of art then just looking at it. In order to understand a piece, you have to understand the Artist, the time period, and the symbols in that painting that may have very different meaning today. Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio better known as simply Caravaggio was an Italian Baroque master painter born in Italy around 1571. After he apprenticed

  • Martha Graham

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    research one of the most influential Modern Dance pioneers; Martha Graham. Graham’s contributions to dance has often been compared to Picasso’s contributions to art and Stravinsky’s to music; in my opinion she opened up many new opportunities and possibilities for dance including the ability to learn free expression and honesty through movement. Martha Graham was born on May the 11th, 1894, in the suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Martha was one of George and Jane Beers Graham’s three daughters

  • The Martha Rules By Martha Stewart

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    The Martha Rules follows in the footsteps of Martha Stewart, where she analyzes and suggests many strong features in the business world and in life as well. Looking into the business world, I saw it from a student point of view; scary, intimidating, and uneasy to figure out. Analyzing the title, The Martha Rules, I expected a book with a multitude of rules that would be explained minimally with little experience and background. From watching Martha Stewart, I understood her fame account and her role

  • Martha Graham And Humphrey

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    Martha Graham and Doris Humphrey are known as the founders, or the pioneers of modern dance. They were of the first to begin the modern dance era, after Isadora Duncan. Graham and Humphrey reshaped the way people looked at dance giving it new meaning. During the 1900’s they defined modern dance and gave it clear recognizable movements that distinguish it from many other dances created in the past. Martha Graham's technique of modern dance consists of very powerful, and emotional movements. They

  • Essay On Martha Graham

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    Martha Graham: dancer, teacher, choreographer, mother of 20th century dance. Martha is recognized as one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century. Her dance technique and style was constantly growing and expanding through experimentation of what the body could do based on its own structure. “’I wanted to begin,’ she said, ‘not with characters or ideas, but with movement’” (World Biography). She believed that the purpose of dance was to create an increased awareness of life

  • Martha Stewart

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    CASE STUDY: MARTHA STEWART OF LIVING OMNIMEDIA Sanjay Gokhale Indiana Wesleyan University July 26, 2010 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA V. MARTHA STEWART AND PETER BACANOVIC MSLO AND TALENTED MARTHA STEWART Martha Stewart is the founder of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, L.L.C. (MSLO). Since Martha is an icon known for her imagination and creativity, no wonder that it is reflected in her products. They are comparable to the top brands in the country, which shows her class. MSLO is comprised of four

  • Semiothic Of The Kitchen, By Martha Rosler

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    Semiothic of the kitchen is a video art produced by Martha Rosler in the 1975. This video is a classic piece of feminist art work. During 1960s , women was expected to marry in her 20s. They were expected to follow this path and devote their life to homemaking. This make the wives spending an average of 55 hours a week of their times on domestic chores. For some reason, this feels unfair and make them feel unwelcomed and limited in every respect. Martha rosler remarked about this work that “when the

  • Memo to Martha Stewart, CEO of Martha Stewart Omnimedia Essay

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    Memo to Martha Stewart, CEO of Martha Stewart Omnimedia Dear Ms. Stewart, I am writing to address some concerns I have about the future of your company, Martha Stewart Omnimedia (MSO). Perhaps the one issue that you are grappling with at present is about the Imclone scandal. You have been accused of selling $227,000 worth of Imclone stock based on inside information. Because of these charges of insider trading, your critics have summarily associated you with other disgraced company directors:

  • Essay about Martha Graham

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    Martha Graham Martha Graham was one of the most influential figures in American modern dance, and her techniques and styles are still practiced today. She became widely known throughout all ages and decades. Her first debut was in the 1920's. As time went on, she became more experienced and wiser in the modern dance field. Martha Graham, whose style was considered controversial, became one of the finest choreographers and dancers in the dance world. In 1894 Martha was born in Allegheny