Beauty in fine art is not a matter of the physical image as much as the expression, message, or emotion it incites.In determining what fine art is, the quality of universality is important.Contrary to R. G. Collingwood’s philosophy, for fine art the culture and setting in which art is created should not matter, because if art is universal and timeless, meaning endures outside of where and when it was created.Personal background with art relates to John Dewey’s explanation of how art ought to be understood.In the first instance, a picture drawn by a child of her family, scribbled with crayons on construction paper, would not be called fine art objectively.
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In the United States, fine art education in public schools have been a controversial topic for years.Fine art has thirteen categories of art.Although, fine art gives an opportunity for a student to express themselves with their thoughts and feelings through the participation of the fine arts.Additionally, fine art requires to perform works of music, sculptures, dances, drama, and visual arts as well as composing and producing.In addition to fine art, everyone has made a piece of art.
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Will people realize the difference the arts make and change their ways, or will the voice of fine arts dwindle and die?Fine arts are needed courses, not just as electives but as core classes that promote learning and creativity in the lives of students.Fine arts are evidently needed; so now, what will people do to make sure that the arts have a permanent place in the schools?Fine arts classes benefit students and schools alike.The fact that fine arts are needed is evident, but will schools respond or live in denial?
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Fine Arts Exposition and its showing of Technology and its future contributions to Fine Arts.The purpose of the article is to make a genuine up to date list of web sites for fine arts.“Do fine arts + comp sci = a better future?” Technology/ Ebsco.“Fine arts web sites for students.” Booklist/ Ebsco Retrieved 2/23/05.“Fine Arts and Technology is the name given to the specialization that conjectural artists obtain, with the objective of serving Art, while simultaneously, training them in the various applications of Painting which has a high demand in the job market today.”(Akto, page 1) According to the Webster’s Dictionary art is defined as “the disposition or modification of things by human skill, to answer the purpose intended” and tec...
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As in the other phases of child growth certain developmental patterns are characteristic of growth in both the language arts and the fine arts.In general the process, not the product, is the thing-in both the language arts and the fine arts.The language arts and the fine arts follow parallel developmental patterns in childhood.In their best forms, both the language arts and the fine arts involve a large measure of interpretation.It is apt today as it has ever been to speak, for example, of “the art of conversation,” “the art of persuasion,” and “the art of writing.
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Fine arts can be therapeutic and reduce stress, develop cognitive skills, and help students academically.For some teens, fine arts are an alternative to the life of gangs, drugs, and other illegal activities.People cannot get anywhere in life without making connections and the easier people make those connections, mentally and physically, the quicker things get done and the better things will go in the future.Knowledge is power and if you want to harness that power, it is necessary to harness the power of the arts as well.This is why fine arts should be a mandatory class in school curriculum everywhere.
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Besides Fine Art, there is also Popular Art, Design Art, and advertising.It seems hackneyed and banal to the Fine Art art world.Visual art is not all Fine Art.From the perspective of the contemporary art world, Popular Art is thought of as a kind of Fine Art; that is, bad Fine Art or Fine Art in bad taste.However, although Fine Art seems to be in decline as a cultural force, visual art has more power in culture now than it ever had.
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Art can also be classified as fine art, commercial art, and applied art.Fine Arts are called fine arts because, only the “fine” people – those who did not do manual labor- studied them.It has the power to change our mood, and lift our spirits and move our emotion Applied Art Applied art is a part of visual art that has practical application and functionality.For example, some people classify painting as visual art, while others say it is “fine” art.Functions of Art Every art has definite functions as it satisfies particular needs.
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“Dance helps children mature physically, emotionally, socially, and cognitively,” (“Importance” 1).“We need to be creating whole young people who are good at all of those things and the arts is a very important part of people’s lives,... .Being able to express thoughts and emotion through a certain body motion is utterly amazing.Some students struggle with verbal speaking skills and dance is a form of communicating for them (“Importance” 2).[Fine Arts] can connect people more deeply to the world and open them to new ways of seeing, creating the foundation to forge social bonds and community cohesion,” (qtd in Smith 2).
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As Larry Shiner mentions in his book The Invention of Art, the “category of fine art is a recent historical construction” (5)....trophies of fine art discussed earlier.This realization still brings us back to the question posed in the last paragraph, however: why would people treat Renaissance art as valuable and advertising as beneath their notice if both have economic motivations behind their creation?Yet we as a society treat economically motivated primitive art as different from the primitive art actually used in rituals, which indicates that economic motivations can definitely influence our perceptions of art.Drawing an analog between Hirst and our original topic of advertising, we gain valuable insight into why we fail to treat adv...
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Modern art is art that a 5 year old can do so it has too little effort to be considered art.Just because one doesn’t like or understand the art, doesn’t mean that the art is not real art.In this regard, the question “Can we think of modern art as real art?Besides, it should be noted that there is the term “contemporary art”, meaning the work of artists of the 90-ies of XX century.And nowadays there exists a great amount of styles of Modern art, for example: Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art, Performance Art, Dada Style, Neoplasticism, Surrealist Style, Postminimalism, Graffiti Art, etc.
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It also goes true with the academics when it comes to critiquing and analyzing the art.Yes, art will certainly never cease evolving.And it will remain as art.Art must be the expression of the artist and interpretation of the viewer but sometimes, what the artist does is to create what his audience likes to see and how that audience would want it to be presented, therefore making art work the other way around and in the process, loses its own.Some may accept it, others might not and for these reasons, art will forever be under continuing scrutiny.
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"Arts Education."The Big Issue With School Funding The fine arts were once highly revered by the community and were a part of everyday life, yet today the fine arts must face their biggest competitor, that being sports.CNBC LLC, 9 Dec. 2012.N.p., 15 May 2015."High School Sports Have Turned Into Big Business."
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Fine arts courses also come into this category; however, they focus more on the historical forms of art and their origins.Some would include the fine arts (music, art, dance, and drama) in the humanities, but others view the arts as a separate category.(We include the interpretation of the fine arts in this course).Literature courses delve into social aspects that may influence texts.org/2012/07/16/the-importance-of-humanities-as-a-discipline/.
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A fine art photographer may choose to freeze action or to blur it.If the fine grain developer is diluted the middle gray tones will return but sharpness will be sacrificed (Barbara London and John Upton 133).When most photographs that are hung in museums are quite large, so many can view the same image at the same time, the change from the regular to fine grain developer is significant.A fine art photographer makes more choices than people realize.Fine art photographers... ... middle of paper ... ...or a low lighting situation (Barbara London and John Upton 132) To counteract the graininess of some films there are fine grain developers.
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From the information above and other material that I have read, I have come to the conclusion that Graffiti is an art form.My interest in graffiti is purely artistic; I feel this essay may be more biased towards graffiti as an art form, as I think it is a beautiful and interesting branch of artistic talent and individualism.“I actually like graffiti…where I’m from, the whole subway system was covered with graffiti art which was fantastic…[however], if graffiti covering a ‘stop’ sign isn’t seen by a driver and someone gets killed…what’s that mean to the person who put up the graffiti?” .His art originates in his graffiti.This is the modern Art world, not the world of Modern Art.
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(these are all copies, the originals being, for the most part, in the courtyard of the Bargello Museum in Florence) .This area requires both regrouping and mutual aid for cultural reasons but also political (involvement of the Medici in the Fine Arts and artists in Florence); the Arti merchants will get involved, through the same concern, towards artistic production, by creating what we now call patronage.The word Arte, also applied to artistic plastic production since antiquity, will be defined by the name of Fine Arts from the birth of the notion of artist signing his works and recognized as such.The Arte (plural Arti) is, since the Middle Ages, the set of precise gestures concerning a controlled practice between theoretical science an...
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She also inspired singer Jay-Z, and appeared alongside him in the video art performance Picasso Baby in 2013. .Between 1965 and 1970 she studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade.She won the Golden Lion for Best Installation at the Venice Biennale in 1997 and began teaching at the Brunswick School of Fine Arts and continued until 2004. .Marina Abramović is the self-proclaimed “grandmother of performance art”.In 1990-1991, she was a guest professor at the Berlin School of Fine Arts and at the Paris Academy of Fine Arts.
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GlobalPost, N.D.Opposing Viewpoints in Context.Not only is it affecting the teachers who have specialized in the study of fine arts, it is affecting all of the students and parents who are actively involved in these programs.Because of this, schools should be required to offer fine arts and music classes as electives for the students.In a lot of schools, fine arts and musical classes are the first to go when there are budget cuts.
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The creative arts (art as discipline) are a collection of disciplines that produce artworks (art as objects) that are compelled by a personal drive (art as activity) and convey a message, mood, or symbolism for the viewer to interpret (art as experience).Likewise, if the skill is being used in a commercial or industrial way, it may be considered commercial art instead of fine art.The second and more recent sense of the word art is as an abbreviation for creative art or fine art and emerged in the early 17th century. Fine art means that a skill is being used to express the artist’s creativity, or to engage the audience’s aesthetic sensibilities, or to draw the audience towards consideration of the finer things.Art is a diverse range o...
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Some art followers have argued that the difference between fine art and applied art has more to do with value judgments made about the art than any clear definitional difference.The creative arts (art as discipline) are a collection of disciplines that produce artworks (art as objects) that are compelled by a personal drive (art as activity) and convey a message, mood, or symbolism for the viewer to interpret (art as experience).By a broad definition of art, artistic works have existed for almost as long as humankind: from early pre-historic art to contemporary art; however, some theories restrict the concept to modern Western societies.The purpose of works of art may be to communicate ideas, such as in politically, spiritually, or ph...
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never forget his name and his contribution to the world of art.Cubism eventually led to the creation of abstract art that is visible .encouraged other artists to explore art through the use of just one .and at age 15 he entered into the Paris School of Fine Arts in 1896 .art and those who know his work and his contributions will most likely .
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The event of recent cuts in the art programs is a serious issue, and when I become an art teacher I want to take a stand against it and teach my students how important art is in school.Fewer public schools are offering art classes, whether it is in drama, dance, or visual art.Art should be a mandatory subject to be taught in elementary and middle school as a child is growing up, but cutting back on art programs in schools seems to be a common solution to budget cuts since the 1970s when budget cuts began.In the old days, fine art was considered a hobby for the rich and privileged.Students are our future, and a future education without fine art could mean no more musicians, artists, actors, etc.
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org/ Although little is documented in writing about Martin Johnson Heade as he left no identifiable body of writing, his contribution to the field of art and painting is immense.During the popular Mesueum of Fine Arts event, Heade’s favourite hummingbirds painting was revisited.His life is said to have been influenced by the two cousins, Thomas Hicks and Edward Hicks who probably taught him his first art lessons locally.Earlier on in 1955, a historian and the then director of Macbeth gallery Robert Mclntyre had donated some work done by Heade to the Archives of American Art.It was recounted that even if he never managed to secure the two hundred subscriptions needed to print his expensive book, which was never printed anyway, he produced...
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Here the referencing of Johanna Drucker, a key thinker and scholarly writer on the subject, will be useful as it will introduce the early forms of the Artists’ Book, focusing more on the development of the book as an object of art.Compared to their paperback counterparts, the study of these books will aid in understanding whether the handcrafted books of today are considered art or craft.Will a definitive distinction between art and craft be achieved?Is it considered an art form… a fine art if you will, or simply a traditional craft?The study will review numerous definitions of art and craft, which I shall discuss in the conclusion.
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The interested people and artist who value art prefer the traditional art as they can relate and derive better meaning from it compared to the digital art (Quora, 2014).For fine art, thick and textured paint is what makes the painting unique and special.Digital art is meant for people who have less interest in fine art.This makes digital art to be considered irrelevant when compared to traditional art.Art is all about originality and creativity and digital art depict less of these qualities.
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With art, sometimes only time can tell what will be truly treasured by the next generations.Digital art is able to combine and transform more traditional types of art such as painting, sculpture, photography, animation and filmmaking.Photography has taken 150 years to achieve respectability in the fine art field.The technological aspect of digital art often leads to questioning of whether or not it can be considered art.The widespread availability of computers and software has allowed the digital artist to create distinctive works of art.
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A fine art curriculum approach integrates the different aspect of the arts to enhance the learning experiences of the students (Agrelo, 2005; “Dancing Clas... .This program is a part of a fine arts curriculum with a focus on movement/dancing.Ballroom dancing in New York gives underprivileged children the opportunity to be exposed to the arts, which is usually a program that is cut from low-income schools.Just like New York Public Schools, DC Public Schools have the same demographics of low-income students, and they just about face the same issues and obstacles in their neighborhoods.... middle of paper ... .
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The Academy advocates a radically new method of teaching Fine Arts.Academic art, also called pejoratively “firefighter art”, is an artistic movement from the mid-19th century.In reality, we cut the pear in two: out of 67 canvases, 29 were rejected, Gérôme having threatened to resign from his chair of professor of Fine Arts, qualifying these canvases as “garbage”, and seeing their entry into Luxembourg the sign of "the end of the nation".Candidates for entry to the School of Fine Arts in 1817 - women were not admitted until 1897), under the supervision of the Academy of Fine Arts (created the previous year) must pass an admission competition consisting of the execution of a figure nude drawn from the live model.According to critics of off...
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Past experiences and interests play a role in critiquing art.You’d step back and take into consideration of your own thoughts, which would be that you didn’t like the art piece.always considered whether you actually like or find pleasure while looking at work of art.It’s your opinion that matters and we often don’t consider others opinions when looking at art.I believe it is unlikely and not possible to view art with a blank mind, not considering your likes, dislikes, past experiences, and other culture’s customs.
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