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Transcript: START! A DJ or "Disc Jockey" is aperson who plays recorded music and mixes two or more tracks or records. In 1857, a Frenchman, Leon Scott Invented the first phonoautograph. This device was used to record sound but with no way to playback. It was made of a wax cylinder with grooves on the outside. Soon Emile Berliner's Gramophone would replace it in 1887. The Gramophone also has grooves on it for recording only it's a plastic disc making it re-usable. Some time in Jamaica during the 50's some premotors who called themselves "Djs" would play two different songs on seperate Gramophones with a mix-board in the middle(third pic below). DJs and songs! Biblyographies: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disc_jockey http://www.rane.com/note146.html A Website address: http://howtodj.djdownload.com/ Modern day portable Mix-board (DDJ-ERGO) Effects units Vinyl records Two record players or an mp3 Multiple Sequencer Sound system DJ mixer Headphones microphone(optional) Effects units(eletronic altering device) FINISH! ? 5 Skrillex ( Sonny Moore) Born in, January 15, 1988 Los Angeles, California, USA Present Felix Da HouseCat ( Felix Stallings Jr) Born on August 25, 1971, Chicago, Illinois,USA Present 1 Vinyl records 3 Phonoautograph Nujabes (Jun Seba) Born in Japan, February 7, 1974 Died at the age of 36 on February 26, 2010 History of the DJ! 2 microphone 4 DJ with traditional Mix-board. 4 DJ download.com is a website where famous DJs give tips and tricks on how to DJ. Gramophone David Guetta Born on November 7th 1967 in France Present DJ mixer A presentation on Djs,their history,their tools, and some tutorials! 5 Headphones TOOLS of aDJ! 3 Multiple Sequencer Excision (Jeff Abel) Born in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada 1986 Present 1 Record player 2 Sound system

FRESH - Presentation

Transcript: What is it? FRESH is a program developed to address the changing needs in conference planning while assisting those who wish to add environmental and cultural components to their events. It is a big picture approach to selling meetings which provides the platform for business, industry, community groups and individuals to support and share innovative ideas FRESH Tools Eco Report Card Green Meetings Guide Eco-Friendly Itineraries Benefits of Being FRESH Brand Recognition Strengthen Our Community Increased Awareness Be A FRESH Partner Fresh Partner Offers Shaw Conference Centre Hotels / Partners It is easy to get involved! Guest Room Recycling Power Reduction (CF bulbs) Enviroment Service (ie: suspension of linen service) Welcome Letter featuring Green Initiatives Paper-less Checkout Ability to Suspend Newspaper Services Edmonton Festival City Green Meetings Guide & Checklist Free Conference Lanyards - Recycled Environmental Report Card Free 1hr. Consultation with an Eco Advisor Menu Choices: Dine Alberta featuring Local Food Products Connection to the River Valley (Walk, Run, Nature Tour) "Achieving a low-impact event in Edmonton was made so much easier through the help of the Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton Economic Development Corporation and others," explained Robert Gibbs, Principal of EIDOS Consultants and chair of the Congress Green Committee. "Edmonton really is an environmental industry leader." Simple Steps Program Provide us with details about your FRESH tips, ideas, and initiatives. FRESH Edmonton Green Key Program plus

Variety Presentation

Transcript: CIRCUS - A circus act usually includes: clowns, acrobats, trained animals, trapeze acts, musicians, tightrope walkers, jugglers and unicyclists to just name a few. The circus originates from Roman times, where the circus was the building people would go to see chariot racing and animals. The origins of the modern circus come from Philip Astley, who set up the first Amphitheater to display horse riding tricks. It wasn't until the circus was introduced to America that people became common in a show. This is when freak shows started to appear. In Russia it was decided that the circus should be the people's art form, so people were now being trained to perform in the circus to showcase their talents. CABARET - One of the venues that includes music, dance, comedy and short theatre pieces is Cabaret. The name Cabaret originated from ‘tavern’, the word Cabaret has now come to mean restaurant or nightclub as well. This style is named after the venue it is performed in, which is extremely similar to a night club. They were most popular during the 19th and 20th century. In 1881 is when the Cabaret started to become more popular within France with the creation of the Chat Noir. This was one of the most famous cabarets in France with the Moulin Rouge and the Folies-Bergere; the latter two are still in business. (Moulin Rouge & Folies-Begere). Within these cabaret shows usually had singers, dancers, jugglers and clowns. The venue space is normally intimate, this gives the performers an easier task of connecting to their audience at any time. And if you can connect with your audience you interest them more which will keep them coming and increase the amount you can earn. Reasons why Cabarets are popular is because the audience can eat, drink, smoke and talk throughout any performance, given they aren’t told otherwise. Going to a cabaret is a comfortable experience according to many as they don’t have to worry about the constraints of society Circus & Cabaret - Venues THANK YOU! Within a variety show they will have multiple different people performing and to be classed as a variety performer you do not need to perform at a large variety performance. As if you are in the list below you are technically a variety performer: Compere, Comedian, Magician, Juggler, Ventriloquist, Musician, Storyteller, Mime Artist, Singer, Clown, Children's Entertainer and Dancer. STAND-UP COMEDIAN: Origins Stand-up, at least in the form it is known today, is a fairly recent entertainment phenomenon. In the United States, where it developed first and reached its greatest popularity, it had its origins in the comic lecturers, such as Mark Twain, who toured the country in the 19th century. It began to emerge as populist entertainment in vaudeville in the early decades of the 20th century. While comedy was a staple of every vaudeville bill, it most often took the form of packaged routines delivered by comedy teams (who spoke to each other, not to the audience). But a few performers, such as Frank Fay, became known for their facility at off-the-cuff patter while serving as emcees in vaudeville houses such as the famed Palace Theatre in New York City. This solo style was honed further in the resorts of the Catskill Mountains region of New York in the 1930s and ’40s. The predominantly Jewish comedians of the so-called Borscht Belt developed a brash gag-filled monologue style that played on familiar comic tropes—the bossy mother-in-law, the henpecked husband—exemplified by Henny Youngman’s famous line “Take my wife—please.” Yet the comedian who probably did the most to make stand-up comedy a staple of American popular entertainment was Bob Hope, a British-born former vaudeville song-and-dance man. Hope, an admirer of Fay, developed an engaging rapid-fire style as an vaudeville emcee and, beginning in 1938, as host of his own top-rated radio program. Forced to come up with fresh material for his weekly radio monologues—and for the military audiences that he frequently traveled to entertain—Hope hired a team of writers who came up with jokes that played off the day’s news, local gossip in the towns and military bases he visited, and the offstage doings of Hope and his show business friends. This was a significant departure from the vaudeville and Borscht Belt comics, whose gags were generic, were largely interchangeable, and could be repeated almost endlessly. MAGICIAN: Magic, also known as prestidigitation and conjuring, is the art of entertaining an audience by performing illusions that entertain, baffle and amaze, often by giving the impression that something impossible has been achieved. Yet, this illusion of magic is created entirely by natural means. The practitioners of this mystery art may be called magicians, table magicians, close up magicians, conjurors, illusionists or prestidigitators. Artists in other media such as theater, cinema, dance and the visual arts increasingly work using similar means but regard their magical techniques as of

Variety Presentation

Transcript: Variety - the childrens charity Organisation = website link Variety - children's charity - Audrey https://www.variety.org.au/vic/ How to donate You can donate your time to Variety, by joining their Volunteering Program. Whether you’re a member of the community, looking to help out at night or on weekends, or part of a corporate team lolooking for social responsibility initiatives, there are so many ways to get involved with Variety. Hannah's story Hannah's story ( Tessa) This is a small video about a young girl called Hannah. At a young age she started to loose hair as she has the was diagnosed Alopieca. Her mother started to notice buld patches on her head and her mother got her checked out and she was then diagonosed with Alopieca. Variety has kindly gifted Hannah a wig and now Hannah feels like normal child. What the organisation does What does the organisation do? - eloise Variety is an amazing charity/ organisation that specifically helps children with Down Sydrome and their families. Their motto is that 'All children deserve the same opportunities in life.' Variety – The Children’s Charity supports children and their families who are facing many challenges through sickness, disadvantage or living with a disability. Advantages Advantages to this organisation - sam There are many advantages to such an amazing charity/ organisation like this one. It helps kids live a life they desearve. The charity allows children to gain mobility and freedom, to get out and about in the community, to communicate, achieve independence and increase self-esteem and help them go to schools and particpate in activities. Stewardship role. Is it effective? Stewardship - Eloise This organisation shows a great deal of stewardship because they dedicate their time and effort towards these kids that need our help. Without this organisation these children would not have the life they deserve. The reason we chose to do pick this organisation is because we can't imagine living a life like some of these children, but if we did we would be more than thankful to have this wonderful organisation to help us in many different ways. We think that the stewardship they give to these children is very effective becuase these children look happy and healthy as do their families and we can thank this organisation for doing that. The definition of Stewardship - The job of supervising or taking care of something, such as an organization or property. Other organisations that show stewarship are the heart foundation, the Smith Family, Meals on wheels and Rspca. Definitions - Grace Definitions - Grace Fun facts! History - Sam Eleven men involved in the show business industry meet each week at a social club named “Variety Club”. On Christmas Eve, a baby girl is left abandoned on the club’s doorstep at the Sheridan Square Film Theatre in Pittsburgh with a note which reads: Please take care of my baby. Her name is Catherine. I can no longer take care of her. I have eight others. My husband is out of work. She was born on Thanksgiving Day. I have always heard of the goodness of showbusiness people and pray to God that you will look after her. Signed, a heartbroken mother.” Despite an extensive search, the mother is never found. The men informally adopt the baby and name her Catherine Variety Sheridan. They go on to pay for the Catherine’s education and upbringing. This prompts the club to start raising funds for other disadvantaged children and Variety – the Children’s Charity is born. 4 Fun Facts!! - Grace 1. This charity was founded in 1928 2. It was founded in Sydney in 1975 3. Woolworths sponsered this organisation in 1993 and raised over 1 million dollers. 4. 1980 - 1988 the charity is made in all of Australia's states. 4 Fun Facts!! - Grace

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