In the city of Kalamazoo, Michigan, back in 1923, a rule was created prohibiting dancers from staring into each other's eyes. There probably was a jealous politician involved. This audience loves to dance! People in this audience enjoy dance forms like ballet, salsa dance, swing dance, jazz dance, and ballroom dance. This audience is observed to own some sort of dancewear and dance shoes depending on the form of dance.
Hands and horses, the bane of most novice illustrators. People in this audience enjoy visual art! They may have past exposure to techniques like sketching, shading, hatching, and subtractive drawing. This audience is observed having products like pastels, graphite, markers, and pens.
Knitting is like the old man with the crooked eye down the street, no one knows how old it really is. This audience loves to create artwork by using yarn. They may have past exposure to different methods like weft knitting, warp knitting, and yarn bombing. People in this audience have been seen to have materials like yarn, wax strands, and knitting needles.
There tend to be more shades of green than any other in commercially available paint colors because the human eye can distinguish more variations of green than of any other color. This audience paints as a hobby. They may be seen researching different styles of painting such as oill, watercolor and pastel. They may also shop online for acrylic paints, brushes and palette knives.
Sharbat Bibi is the women in the picture known as Afghan Girl. She didn't even know how popular the photo became until she was shown it in 2002. This audience enjoys the art form of creating images with the use of lighting. People in this audience have been observed to use different photographic techniques like stereoscopy, dual photography, full spectrum photography, and light field photography. This audience may have past exposure to photojournalism, forensics, or Adobe Photoshop.
Music is among one of the few activities that employ the entire brain. It's like that movie, Lucy. People in this audience enjoy creating art through sound organized in time. This audience uses elements like pitch, rhythm, and dynamics to create genres of music like blues, country, jazz or rock. They may have past exposure to instruments like the guitar, flute or piano.
Black-figure pottery originated in Corinth c. 700 BCE. This audience includes people who love pottery! They may be looking in to taking pottery classes and may also be interested in a particular type of pottery, such as earthenware, stoneware, and porcelain. People in this audience may also be interested in ceramics.
When's the last time you've seen a scrapbook? If only it were back to those good ol' days. This audience includes people who are big fans of scrapbooking. They enjoy using various kinds of memorabilia, such as photos, printed media, and artwork, to create and preserve personal and family history. People in this audience may also enjoy using digital scrapbooking software, such as MyMemories Suite, Memory Mixer, and CraftArtist.
The phrase,“The whole nine yards”, comes from the fabric used to finish a luxurious coat for a man of fashion. This audience enjoys the textile art of stitching. People in this audience uses different techniques of stitching like straight stitching, blanket stitching, overcast stitching and running stitching. They may enjoy other forms of textile art like sewing or knitting.
The world's shortest tree is the dwarf willow and only grows a few inches high. This audience includes people who are looking for carpenters or woodworkers. They are looking for woodworking assistance from people who can provide services, such as measuring, cutting and shaping wood, operating woodworking machines or sanding and milling services.
Dr. Seuss once stuck in the word 'contraceptive' in a draft of Hop on Pop to make sure his publisher was paying attention. This audience includes people who love writing! They may enjoy a particular type of creative writing, such as poetry, plays, movie and TV scripts, novels, novellas, short stories, speeches, memoirs, and personal essays. People in this audience may be fans of journalism, and may have past exposure to creative writing software, like Storyist and Creative Writer.