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Art

What is considered art has been a controversial question for many years in history and today. There are various forms and types of art. Because art is very complex and diverse, it is viewed and conceptualized in many different ways. Nancy G. Heller states even though a type of artwork is hard to understand, it’s considered art, and artwork that people don’t understand shouldn’t be disregarded from other types of art. She feels as though people shouldn’t be intimidated by artwork that’s hard to understand...

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Arts

(Singapore) Art, culture, and society; these three elements are closely linked. These three elements affect one another in one way or another. There is often a conflict of interest between the artist, the audience, and the government body. The artist’s aim is to express art freely. The audience’s aim is to view art in forms that are not offensive to them. The government’s aim is to mitigate the conflict of interest between the two parties by implementing policies and restrictions to art pieces that...

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Art Is Life

Art is life, it is beauty, it is emotion, it is you, it is me, it is everything. Art defines all that we are, and all that we could become. Art is of the past and of the future, of the influences of our daily lives, of our pasts combined with who we are today. Art is an indescribable joy, an expansion of the mind, body and soul. We are art, every last individual of the human race. Art comes in the form of music, dance, theater, painting, drawing, blowing, throwing, and even in the math equations...

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Videogames as Art

Discover When people think about art, I’m fairly certain that most of them don’t thinkof videogames as their prime referent, instead opting for paintings and sculptures. In the mind of the general public, some believe art lies in works that are complex enough and that mimic reality accurately. Others judge art as the Fine Arts, which are those intended uniquely for beauty instead of utility, like a painting or a song. For critics and connoisseurs like Robert Belton, "art is the product of a human activity...

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Importance of Art

Through the ages, art has played a fundamental role in life. We experience Art on a daily basis because it’s universal and therefore everywhere. Art plays a huge part in making our lives considerably rich. Imagine, just for a second, a world with no art. You may probably think "So what?" but just consider the impact that lack of graphics would have on your favorite video game, on Internet. Art gives people a way to be imaginative and express themselves. For some people, art is one of the reasons...

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Art & Craft

What is art? Can we give a current definition of something so abstractive and unboundless like that? In our modern world, everything which is not understandable for the mass audience automatically receives the label "Art" from his creator. Maybe art is something which is not for everyone. You can find lots of popular definitions on the internet, on google.com and wikipedia.com, also lots of quotes of famous people of art. But what is art for the normal people? The people who don't know what "linocut"...

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Humanities: Art and Visual Arts

subject. It is consist of the visual arts, literature, drama and theater, music, and dance. 1. Visual Arts The visual arts sre those that we perceive with our eyes. It involve not only painting and sculpture but include such things as clothes, household appliances, and furnishing of our homes, schools, and buildings. They may be classified into two groups; graphic arts (flat or two-dimensional surface) and plastic arts (three-dimensional). a. Graphic Arts Broadly, this term covers any...

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Feminist Art

Feminist Art The subject of Feminist art has been debated for many years. Female artiste worked anonymously in a society, obsessed with male dominance for a long time, examples of women artistes before 19th cent are rare. They encountered a clash between their roles as Mothers, householders, workers etc in the society where males imposed patriarchal social systems and hence restricting a female’s artistic (along with her political, social) expression. significant in the dominant culture's patriarchal...

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One Art

Poetry Analysis Research: Elizabeth Bishop “One Art” One Art by Elizabeth Bishop is a villanelle poem. A villanelle poem is a nineteen line poem that consists of five, three-line stanza followed by a quatrain. Bishop’s poem brings a fascinating irony between different levels of losses. Between each stanza, the development of trivial losses escalates into a bigger and traumatic loss that was unprepared for. An intense repetition of the phrase “the art of losing isn’t hard to master” suggests a few...

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The Marketing of Art

The Marketing of Art Part 1: Target Market and Competition When determining a target market a marketer must first research their product and the consumers who purchase the product, then decide what type of consumer would the marketer prefer to attract to the product they are marketing (Guille, n.d.). The product that was chosen for this class was Art. To determine our particular target market we must get to know our product. Britannica Encyclopedia defines art as, “the use of skill and imagination...

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