• Ca 5th Grade Standarsd
    Media to Other Art Forms and Subject Areas and to Careers Connecting and Applying What Is Learned in the Visual Arts to Other Art Forms and Subject Areas and to Careers Students apply what they learn in dance to learning across subject areas. They develop competencies and creative...
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  • The Creative Economy and Creative Communities
    intellectual property and it is based on innovation. The purpose of this action is, for a business, to differentiate from other ones and to increase the quality of the product. In order to be able to do this, one person (the entrepreneur/businessman) should know from the beginning what are the lacks...
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  • Superflat
    expression of cultural difference generated in global consumption. Murakami’s Superflat concept identifies a new aesthetic emerging from the creative expressions produced in Japanese contemporary art, anime (Japanese animation), manga (graphic novels), video games, fashion and graphic design...
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  • Art in Detail...
    The different types of arts as of today are classified in 2 categories i.e. fine arts and performing arts. However, the term 'art' is considered as different from 'arts'. It incorporates only the visual form of arts. The other types such as literature and performing arts do not come under the term...
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  • Art in context
    usage the fine arts, where aesthetic considerations are paramount, are distinguished from acquired skills in general, and the decorative or applied arts. Art has been characterized in terms of mimesis, expression, communication of emotion, or other values. During the Romantic period, art came to...
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  • Constructivism and Bauhaus: art vs. science
    once the noblest function of the fine arts; they were the indispensable components of great architecture.” (Gropius, 49) For this reason, he proposed to teach all forms of practical art in the Bauhaus, and bring all creative effort into one unity. “The Bauhaus strives to bring together al creative...
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  • Creative M arketing
    the micro-enterprise is the most common size of firm. Further evidence of Picasso’s searching for inspiration from the past can be seen in his interest in Greek and Roman form. In further search of ideas, he forged creative links with contemporaries in other art forms such as the impresario...
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  • Islamic Art
    Islamic Art Islamic art is perhaps the most accessible manifestation of a complex civilization that often seems enigmatic to outsiders. Through its brilliant use of color and its superb balance between design and form, Islamic art creates an immediate visual impact. Its strong aesthetic...
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  • Textiles Study Notes
    and is often is drawn from other aspects of costume, such as historical, cultural, subcultural and theatrical creations. Often a reflection of a ‘now’ look: a modernised way of expressing ideas. Examples: Costume party, Halloween, Mardi Gras, conventions, etc. Theatrical costume: The purpose is...
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  • Art and Craft
    the individual, or do not fulfill a specific external purpose. Aristotle said, "Imitation, then, is one instinct of our nature." [16] In this sense, Art, as creativity, is something humans must do by their very nature (i.e., no other species creates art), and is therefore beyond utility. Basic...
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  • The Human Resource Management
    , utilizing speech, gesture, music, dance, writing, and spectacle, combining the other performing arts, often as well as the visual arts, into a single artistic form. The word derives from the Ancient Greek theatron (θέατρον) meaning "a place for viewing."[3] Modern Western theatre derives in large...
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  • Grad Student
    rise to totally new artistic expressions, such as performance and video art. As the invention of cinematography turned 100 years old, Peter Greenaway pointed out that cinema had developed from its early phase of mimicking other arts into a powerful new influence in its own right: “Now that cinema...
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  • Chicano Art
    barrio expression is Chicano graffiti. Chicano artists use graffiti as a tool, to express their political opinions, indigenous heritage, the experiences of racism cultural, and segregation of the Chicano race. It’s similar to other form of chicano art such as; silk screen, printing and murals...
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  • 20th Century Art
    and space. This particular painting had figures that were inspired by the rediscovery of primitive art (with African and ancient Iberian influence). Picasso experimented with visual expression, and he took a dramatic departure from careful representation of a visual reality. It seems as though the...
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  • Art Appreciation
    the Common Era B.C.E. Triptych A composition consisting of three panels side by side, generally hinged in such a way that the outer two panels can close like shutters over the central one. Art for Arts Sake Art can be it's own theme, with no other purpose than to give visual pleasure or to...
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  • Research
    /or sculptures (Arrington, 1992). However, for the purposes of this dissertation, an art therapy assessment instrument is an objective, standardized measure designed by an art therapist (as opposed to a psychologist), and incorporates drawing materials (as opposed to paint, clay, or other media...
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  • Factors Affecting First Year Ab-Students on Course Preference
    that art reveals the form of an object more clearly than experience and raises the soul to contemplation of the universal. It is worthwhile to note that aside from these theories, in the Middle Ages, art was an expression of religion and it was only during the Renaissance in the 15Th and 16Th...
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  • Artist, Artisantor Designer?
    discipline, then great design must begin with a comprehensive understanding of the business problem that needs to be solved through visual means. This is the purpose of a design brief. Artist The definition of an artist is wide-ranging & covers a broad spectrum of activities to do with creating art...
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  • Vbnm
    AMERICAN CULTURE Visual and performing arts 3.Arts and letters The arts, more than other features of culture, provide avenues for the expression of imagination and personal vision. They offer a range of emotional and intellectual pleasures to consumers of art and are an important...
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  • Consultative sales for photographers
    they are purchasing and photography, like any other art form, is emotional. Enabling a personal connection and emotional attachment to the products and services will take the photographer’s sales and business to a level of sustainability and clearly differentiate them from what the neighbor with the...
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