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Author
Kato, Haruko
Abstract
This study is a part of the activity to develop an interdisciplinary class on the climate environment around the Japan Islands and the “seasonal feeling”, succeeding to Kato et al. (2014). In the class at the Faculty of Education, Okayama University in 2014, the comparative expression of the seasonal feelings between early winter and early spring was made, with attention to the asymmetric seasonal march from autumn to the next spring pointed out by Kato et al. (2013). The students tried the expression firstly with combination of the colored papers based on the Johannes Itten’s (1888-1967) exercise, next with use of the small percussion instruments, and finally with the colored papers again. Analyses of the students’ works suggested the deepening of the expressions on different seasonal feelings between early winter and early spring by the interaction of the art and music activities with each other, such as the music expressions with imaging colors or superposition of the tones at the second activity, the art expressions influenced by the music works in selecting the configurations or combination of the colored papers at the third activity, and so on. It is also interesting that the students’ expressions of the seasonal feelings seem to be reflected by not only the mean seasonal state but also some specified factors in the seasonal march.
Keywords
Joint Activity of Meteorology with Culture
Climate Environment around Japan
Seasonal Feeling
Asymmetric Seasonal March
Early winter vs. Early Spring
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Note
論文
Published Date
2016-02
Publication Title
Environmental Research & Control
Publication Title Alternative
Environmental Research & Control
Volume
volume37
Publisher
岡山大学環境管理センター
Publisher Alternative
Environmental Management Center, Okayama University
Start Page
16
End Page
26
ISSN
0917-1533
NCID
AN1024789X
Content Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Official Url
http://www.okayama-u.ac.jp/user/emc
language
日本語
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Refereed
True
Eprints Journal Name
erc