Monday, April 25, 2016

One-Sheets for CalArts Soundstream 2016

Here are the one-sheets I designed for nine amazing about-to-graduate CalArts bands, who performed at the Troubadour in Los Angeles on April 18, 2016 as part of the CalArts Soundstream.

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  1. Other shaykhs, in ‘Ajlun acquired land when they were invited to settled lands. jordan releases, In the early nineteenth century, the Ghanamat family of al-Husn invited the powerful Khasawina family to move into their village and help them defend against bedouin attacks. In return, they granted the Khasawina one-third of the crops each year." After the Ottoman government expelled the Khasawina and their allies from al-Husn in 1869, they settled in al-NVayma, where they and the inhabitants divided the land into four sections ca. 1875 in return for their help in defending against the Banf Sakhr. The Ottoman government introduced Circassian settlers into the Roman ruins of Jarash in 1878. The land was divided into two sections, one for each of the newcomers’ two main leaders. The eastern portion of the village was assigned to {Abd al-Hamid Bey bin Null Bey, while the western half went to Hamid Bey.11 And when the government provided the Banf Hasan bedouin with land in eastern ‘Ajlun on which to settle in the late 19th century, their shaykhs were granted extra shares of land, called kabara (from the Arabic “to become larger”). For example, the head shaykh of the Bam Hasan was personally granted 265 dunums in al-cAluk.