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Visual Arts : Visual Art

- “Human beings intuit, symbolize, think, and express themselves through dance, music, theatre, and visual art” (Bynoe, Colby 2011). In a future I plan to inspire children and youth, especially my students to love and appreciate the arts. As a future teacher, I will integrate all the VAPA (Visual and Performing Arts) to make the lessons more interesting and to benefit the students. One of the major VAPA I am taking into consideration to use in my future career is visual art. Visual Art could benefit students by improving thinking, accessing emotion, processing information and healing trauma (Bynoe, Colby 2011)....   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Work of art, Arts]

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The Arts Of Visual Arts

- Because this is the best opportunity to do my absolute two favorite things on earth at the same time : to see new artworks and to create new things. I know I want to work in the art field since I was a child, growing up I would purchase this Chinese art magazine called Vision, there were two issues from the magazine that specifically intrigued me: 1) There are professionals called graphic designer, which I would love to be one in the future, 2) an article about the high line park and the concept of making art public....   [tags: Art, Modern art, Arts, Visual arts]

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Music Vs. Visual Arts

- Music is a category of art all of its own. It has a strong power (per se) because it complements the being. It is pleasing to us without our even noticing most times that this is what it accomplishes. Music is more satisfying than the feeling of working on a mathematical equation; it touches our souls and reflects us inwardly and completely. It is a precise construct and can’t be held in equal comparison with the visual arts. While music is neither an internalized contentment that cannot definitively be explained nor is needed to be learned to fully enjoy it....   [tags: Art, Music, Visual arts, Fine art]

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Why Are We Create Visual Arts?

- Everyone can create visual arts. One hundred years ago, mostly men, had been relatively accepted to have the skill to on their own be able to do art. It unfortunately was widely believed that creativity came from men and that women could not be created. Some even believed that pieces that a woman put their work were unintentionally credited to have unfortunately been painted by relatives or tutors. This was all done to hold a woman back from what they could do, however some still achieved for a time what they sought....   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Fine art, Art history]

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Visual Art And The Visual Arts

- Introduction Visual art is a term that is broad in meaning and describes an array of different elements that make up the category of what is depicted as art and what Americans transcend from art to be of philosophical value. Throughout American history, humans have been fascinated with the aesthetics, epistemology, ethics, metaphysics, and logic of art, and have adopted their understanding of these philosophies through global, historical, societal, and cultural context of the visual arts as a beginning form of language....   [tags: Art, Aesthetics, Fine art, Thomas Jefferson]

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Visual And Performing Arts Advocacy

- The first time I heard the phrase “arts advocacy” was about three years ago. I had obviously heard the words “arts” and “advocacy” before, and certainly knew what those words meant, but I had never heard the words used together. At the time, I was performing in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) and my director told us about how important arts advocacy is and how badly it was lacking in the South. Now, of course, that is a generalization, however it rang true for Lubbock, Texas, and after moving to Norman, Oklahoma, I observed the same problem: there is a lack of arts advocacy in the Oklahoma community....   [tags: Art, Human, Music, The arts]

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The Carpenter Center For The Visual Arts

- The Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University, in Cambridge, Massachusetts is the only building actually built by Le Corbusier in the United States. The structure was completed in 1963. Le Corbusier took his principals of architecture and implemented them into the good design of the structure, giving the building a resemblance of true modernism. The main factors that got my attention were the use of the five principals of architecture and also how the building focus on the circulation between person and structure, In and out of the building....   [tags: Le Corbusier, Modernism, Harvard University]

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Censorship Of Visual Arts And Literature

- Freeing Mental Blocks: How Censorship Towards Visual Arts and Literature in the United States Contradicts Our Basic Human Rights According to the American Historians Association, while propaganda is difficult to define, a general belief of the definition of propaganda is “any ideas or beliefs that are formatted to be spread and promoted.” Researchers have seen the usage of propaganda since the 480 BC in order to for the Greeks to be persuaded towards a naval battle....   [tags: Censorship, Freedom of speech]

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The Visual Arts of Africa

- My research interests revolve around issues of (re-)presentation in media, cinema and the arts, emerging from, yet not limited to, and problematized by, aspects relating to one or more of the following areas: race relations, ethnicity, diaspora, displacement, and exile. Broad in scope, my research responds to fields of study both diverse and complementary, such as Black culture and politics in America (Todd Boyd, Michael Eric Dyson, among others) and cultural studies in England (Paul Gilroy, Stuart Hall, among others)....   [tags: Research Proposal ]

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Descriptive Writing And Visual Arts

- Take Home Exam A caricature is a device used in descriptive writing and visual arts where particular aspects of a subject are exaggerated to create to create a silly or comic effect.(Caricature) There were many caricatures made by the whites that are different in looks, style, behavior but at the end of the day these caricatures are made only in an attempt to conform African Americans and make them feel inferior themselves. These different caricatures include; Sambo, Mammy, Pickaninny, Brute, Zip Coon, and Black Rambo....   [tags: Black people, Race, White people, African American]

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Rastafarian Symbolism In The Visual Arts

- Rastafarian Symbolism In The Visual Arts Works Cited Missing [NOTE: BECAUSE OF CONCERN ABOUT RIGHTS, WE HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO POST THE IMAGES THIS ESSAY REFERS TO] "Art has the power of liberating man from certain drudgeries and their way of life. A man who was born in the ghetto can't afford to be a Sunday painter, his whole life is involved in getting across his ideas; Rastafarianism, politics, Black culture and all that. Even our meeting here now is an artistic involvement. Some people do art with love here, politics there and so forth; now, to me art is one cosmic consciousness....   [tags: VIisual Arts Art]

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The Effects Of Visual Arts On The Nazi Germany

- Brianna 1593634 The Visual arts Influence in Nazi Germany Introduction 'Nazi Germany ' represented the period from 1933s to 1945s, which played an important role in prosperous German history and the modern European history. After Germany participated in First World War in the first half of the 20th century, the whole society was glutted with unemployment, poverty, hunger, inflation and moral corruption. The public couldn’t feel the republican democracy benefits. The main reason was that people were discomposed that Germany had lost a war and most of the people blame for the defeat....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazi Germany, Nazism, Nazi Party]

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The Renaissance And Its Influence On The Visual Arts

- The Renaissance was a time of adulation for Humanism, a movement that advocated the intensification of "personal independence," "individual expression," and a renewed élan devoted to the classics. Renaissance, a word meaning rebirth, refers to the cultural epoch wherein Ancient Greek and Roman styles were rediscovered and celebrated as a result of trade expansion and a need for knowledge of lexical works (thus, the popularization of Latin). This attitude concerning rebirth was especially reflected in the multitudes of masterpieces produced up to the sixteenth century: artists expelled certain features from preceding Medieval art and appended their oeuvres with techniques unseen in previous a...   [tags: Florence, Renaissance, Italy, Italian Renaissance]

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Arts X : A Day Of The Arts, With Extraordinary Possibilities

- This Arts X event was a day of the arts, with extraordinary possibilities. Arts X displayed a large variety of arts from visual art, performance art and everything in between. There was a plethora of musical and theatrical performances, such as the Walleye Quartet, Gravity Quartet, and Kaze No Daichi Taiko. While many events were scheduled performance you made sure not to miss, there were many opportunities to seek art demos, art activities, and many displays. A few of the demos presented were, large formatting printing shown in the MCap Lab, ceramic throwing and making demo displayed in the ceramics studio, and a demo of 3D digital printing in the metals shop....   [tags: Art, Arts, Visual arts, The arts]

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Visual Arts and the Internet

- Visual Arts and the Internet I have selected the area of visual arts to give examples of websites that I have found exploring the impact of new technologies. Artist’s influence from technology has allowed them the freedom to expand their mediums in which they work with, exhibit their work world wide, collaborate with other artists and discover new concepts with scientists. Artists’ are always looking for something new and different, the best possible way to communicate their ideas. Cynthia Beth Rubin is an artist who is interested in how in all of us there are embedded cultural traditions merging and colliding....   [tags: Computers Media Technology Essays]

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The Negative Influence of Visual Arts in Time of War

- Visual arts have been around for many centuries. In fact, theses arts have dated back to the very beginning of civilization. They go back to the Paleolithic Age, when artists used cave paintings to express the feelings and emotions of people of this time era. These eye-pleasing pieces of art have been used in different ways throughout history. Art has been used to portray and bring out negative feelings towards war and other forms of political violence. The tactic of swaying people through art has become very popular in times, especially when it comes to the topic of war....   [tags: Art Analysis ]

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My Passion for Visual Arts and Web Design

- The term visual arts can have different meanings. To some it is a passion, to others it is just a job. To me it is just a new and growing hobby that I would love to turn into a passion and a job. Just recently I have been reunited with my love for art and design. When I was in 5th grade, I was put into an advanced drawing class against my will and I have grown to enjoy it and then became very good at drawing. Eventually I was exposed to the internet and web design. I found it very hard and quit....   [tags: Computer, Internet, Technology]

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Visual Arts Paper

- The text’s authors explains the “…aim was to replace Renaissance ideals with Modernist principles.” (cite) Renaissance ideals embraced humanism. In the Renaissance era, the point of view for humanism was individuals are enhanced through study and practice of literature, philosophy, music and arts. However, Modernist principles replaced renaissance ideals by being more expressive through various art forms. Vincent Van Gogh, a Dutch painter, expressed modernism through his unpredictable behaviors....   [tags: Art ]

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Wallace Stevens' Harmonium and the Visual Arts

- Wallace Stevens' Harmonium and the Visual Arts By the time Wallace Stevens moved to New York City in 1900 he had completed three years as a special student at Harvard, and had published a few poems in the Harvard Monthly and the Advocate (a literary journal at Harvard of which he was president). He continued to pursue a literary life in New York, but after an attempt at journalism and at the urging of his father (L59), he enrolled in New York Law School in the fall of 1901. In 1904 he passed the bar and eventually acquired a position in the insurance field after attempting to hang out his own shingle (Stevens, H., 77-8)....   [tags: Literature Art Papers]

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School Of The Arts Provides Quality, Affordable Instruction For Children And Adults

- Gaston School of the Arts provides quality, affordable instruction in Music, Visual Arts and Drama for Children and Adults in Gaston County and the surrounding areas. Scholarship opportunities are available for needs based students to ensure community access to our programs. Individual lessons for children and adults are offered in: piano, woodwinds, violin, guitar, voice, mandolin, banjo and percussion. The GSOA Youth Orchestra offers performance opportunities for students ranging from beginner to advanced musicians....   [tags: Music, The arts, Art, Visual arts]

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Depictions of Saint Sebastian in Visual Art and Music

- ... The Catholic Church acknowledges a great number of martyrs and individuals it deems representative of a Christ-inspired life—and marks them by sainthood. Sebastian was said to have been killed during Roman emperor Diocletian’s great persecution of Christians. Diocletian (Gaius Aurelius Valerius Diocletianus Augustus) was Roman emperor from 284 to 305. He was deeply loathed and regarded as “the embodiment of irrational ferocity” by Henry Chadwick, a prominent British theologian and historian who died in 2008....   [tags: Opera and the Visual Arts]

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Visual and Performing Arts Play an Important Role in Student Development

- “Studies show that access to arts education in school offers distinct benefits to economically disadvantaged youth and students at risk of dropping out” (Ruppert). The importance of visual and performing art classes that provide art education has been debated for several of years. Many feel that art education has no actual use and is a waste of time for those involved. But in reality, “Students at risk of dropping out of school indicate their participation in the arts as a reason for staying in school” (Ruppert)....   [tags: Importance of Fine Arts]

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Behind The Curtain Of Common Core State Standards On The Visual Arts, Poverty, And Disabilities

- Behind the Curtain of Common Core Support for Common Core falters even from a non-political perspective, however. One major controversy pertains a subject frequently broached: the sufficiency of disadvantaged students in the American educational school system. According to the standards set forth by both the No Child Left Behind Act and the Common Core curriculum, children with disabilities or learning impairments are expected to produce the same high testing results as other, less-challenged students in order to determine their global workplace readiness....   [tags: Education, United States]

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How The Creative Arts Play Shaping The Worldview Of Every Person And Culture

- As an artist, I appreciate creation as a form of art where God takes on the role of the artist. The creative arts play a crucial role in shaping the worldview of every person and culture. They are an implied declaration that a worldview consists of more than abstract ideas or theoretical concepts. The arts are rooted in the image-making and image-perceiving nature of people. People do not live by ideas alone. They also express their affirmations and denials through the paint on a canvas, the tension and release of sound, and poems and stories....   [tags: Art, Modernism, Arts, Visual arts]

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The Classroom At Visual Performing Arts Magnet School

- Overall Reflection The past three weeks, I have been in the fourth grade classroom at Visual Performing Arts Magnet School. Throughout the day, I had about sixty students that came into the classroom. The classroom was small but it was enough room for the teacher and all the students. When a person walks in the classroom, the first thing they see is the teacher’s desk across from the door. The students are arranged in groups in the center of the room. There is not any desk but the students have tables they sit at....   [tags: Education, Teacher, Lesson plan, Psychology]

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The Importance Of Art And How Necessary Fine Arts Programs

- A Type A, quiet, biology major from a college city and a creative, outspoken, art major from a small town sit right next to each other for fifty-five minutes three times a week and never once speak to each other until these two pair up for an English project. Both seem to look at the other and assume that they do not have anything in common, nothing to talk about, zero similar interests and both eager to finish a sustainable paper. Although these two come from completely different backgrounds and most likely will never have a class together, the anti-creative biology major soon learned the importance of art and how necessary fine arts programs are for certain individuals....   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Major, Pixar]

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Visual Artists Transmit the Values and Beliefs of Society

- Visual Artists Transmit the Values and Beliefs of Society European artists have transmitted the values and beliefs of the society in which they worked, through the art they produced. The values of the society at that time include the establishment and development of the colonies, the exploration of the country, as well as day-to-day living and hard work. The establishment and development of the colonies was important to the people at the time, as it was crucial for their survival and the advancement of the British Empire....   [tags: Visual Arts Paintings Art]

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Participant Observation at the Cab Calloway School of the Visual and Performing Arts

- You enter the hot, cramped, dark auditorium of Cab Calloway School of the Visual and Performing Arts. You put away your ticket and playbill you were given at the entrance when you paid for the show. There is a buzz of chatter in anticipation of the middle school production of The Wizard of Oz. The historic theatre has had over 300 productions in the past 50 years and is in much need of repair. Young children are climbing on the worn seats, making the holes bigger. Fathers are checking their recording devices, while mothers are discussing their child’s role in the play....   [tags: The Wizard of Oz review]

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The Role Of Visual Arts And Culture Of African Americans And The African Diaspora At University Of Maryland College

- My research advisor, Dr. Sherry Molock, had four mentors: James Jones, Nancy Anderson, Dorothy Holmes, and Robert Steele. Robert Steele was her academic research advisor, James Jones and Nancy Anderson were her research mentors, and Dorothy Holmes was her clinical mentor. Based on the findings from some article and websites, one can see how their research and clinical expertise well aligns with most of the Dr. Molock’s current specialties: faith-based communities and minority populations. Robert Steele was a faculty at Maryland’s College of Behavioral and Social Sciences and the Executive Director for the David C....   [tags: Psychology, Clinical psychology, Psychoanalysis]

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Statement of Purpose for Humanities Degree

- ... Studying languages was also very rewarding as languages helped me to not only communicate with people of different nationalities but also understand better their culture and their ways of living. Apart of English I have a working knowledge of French and Italian languages. I am also very keen on visual arts because they represent another way to comprehend human nature. At the moment I am considering major in History, Visual Arts, or Film Studies as possible options for my university degree and I hope very much that the International Foundation Programme will not only prepare myself for entry into the university but also help me to define the course which would inspire me the most....   [tags: history, russian, visual arts]

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Knowledge and Skills During The Renaissance

- The Renaissance was more an era of literature and poetry than of the visual arts. The artistic creation was inspired by Greek mythologies and philosophies. Most intellectuals embraced the concept of humanism, which stressed the importance of human dignity and emphasis off of theology and logic, to human studies. Dr. Cheney states, “The universal man contained within himself knowledge and all the skills of the various arts, from grammar, rhetoric, and philosophy, to art, music, poetry, and architecture....   [tags: literature, visual arts, greek]

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The Life of Josef Albers

- ... Josef taught various art classes and developed his own techniques as a figurative artist studying printmaking, stain glass, furniture as well as writing. In 1949 Josef and Anni was invited to the United States. Josef was asked to design the visual arts center of Black Mountain College in North Carolina. In 1950 he became chairman of the department of design at Yale University School of Art. Here he released, Homage to the Square, a 20th century modern art collection made up of geometrical paintings expressing “character and feelings” through color....   [tags: paintings, visual arts]

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Pablo Picasso and Cubic Art

- Hindu believes women are creator, caretaker, destroyer and a lover. Such beliefs are common in both eastern culture and western tradition that can be seen represented in different canvases of many famous artists. From renaissance Michelangelo Angelo to abstract Pablo Picasso, artists have always painted women in different circles of life explaining different paradox of emotional feelings, spiritual beliefs, and physical representations. Explaining such themes in balanced form and in limited canvases was not possible without abstract thinking and imaginative hard work....   [tags: Visual Arts]

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My Favorite Part Of Elementary School

- My favorite part of elementary school was art class – I don’t know about you, but creating coil pots with faces on them, finger painting, gluing sparkles to a page, stringing beads onto a necklace, playing the recorder, and singing along to songs were some of my favorite activities (besides recess of course). Art was even included in science, English, and math to some degree, whether it be to create models of atoms, creatively piece together words, or simply use images to count apples or basketballs....   [tags: Art, Music, Arts, Visual arts]

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The Achievement Of Public Schools

- Seeing the disappointment in my fellow peer’s faces when they announced that they were removing two of the choir classes and photography was heart breaking. They assumed that it would be cheaper and better to support a class of mysteries of history. Watching the stressed band director replace broken parts of the instruments with his own money because the school won’t even look his way is shameful. Slowly, more and more of the arts and the people who enjoy them are being neglected. Public schools in America aren’t paying enough attention to the fine and visual arts in our education system....   [tags: Art, Education, Arts, Visual arts]

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Making Movies Of Creative Environment

- Making Movies in Creative Environment Making movies requires expertise in the field. Thus, the most suitable learning and teaching process are through experiential learning. Students will not only learn the theory in the classroom, but also through the real-life activities, starting from developing ideas to visualizing it. Therefore, universities should be able to provide a lot of hands-on experiences. Film is the result of teamwork. Students share roles in the filmmaking practice (Photos: Santa Fe University of Art & Design) Creative moment could appear at any time....   [tags: Film, Art, Visual arts, Arts]

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Reflection Paper On The World War I

- I have to confess that, initially, I was decidedly annoyed by the reading assigned for this week. It struck me as an apologetic for some historic or imagined evangelical oppression of Art Culture.In fact, my paper is late because I approached the reading that way. Until our class discussion- I couldn’t flesh out a paper that answered the questions posed. I had read and highlighted my way through the assigned text- but had no real context for the material. I was happily surprised to find that Mr....   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Aesthetics, Closer]

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American Artist Tobi Kahn Was Born

- American artist Tobi Kahn was born May 8, 1952, in the Washington Heights neighborhood, of New York City. It was primarily a settlement of Jewish emigres from Germany. His parents were Holocaust survivors, and he was named after his uncle who had perished during the atrocity (Freedman). Khan was raised in a traditionally Jewish household where he attended Jewish day schools and yeshivot, an institution that focused on the study of traditional religious texts. There he studied texts like the Talmud, the Oral Tradition of the faith and an analysis on the Oral Tradition, and the Torah, the first five books of the Hebrew Bible....   [tags: Sculpture, Art, Visual arts, Museum]

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Personal Statement : Art Education

- “Anyone who does anything to help a child in his life is a hero to me,” said by the famous Fred Rogers. Teaching is a noble profession that takes patience, integrity, and passion. It is a chance to make an impact and be a hero. Whenever I tell people about my passion I am asked judgmental questions such as, “Why do you want to teach high schoolers?” “Do you even get paid that much?” “Is that even a full time career?” My intended field of study, art education, is immensely rewarding in so many ways than one....   [tags: High school, Education, Visual arts]

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Art Budget Is A Waste Of The Student 's Time

- Many concerned parents and educators argue that art class it is a waste of the student’s time and that students should be focusing on their academic education. Today, education is defined as attending school to acquire knowledge in the courses of mathematics, science, literature, social studies. Consequently, the art budget is being cut in many public schools. Jesse LaTourette explains that “The main reason for this is because of how costly it can be to the school,” As a result, an issue appears in which children are becoming less creative in their approaches and solutions to problem solving....   [tags: Art, Arts, Visual arts, Leonardo da Vinci]

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Introduction To Current Work / Programming

- OVERVIEW OF CURRENT WORK/PROGRAMMING Rationale AGR programs reflects the organization’s mandate to focus on contemporary Saskatchewan art/artists and adheres to the following programming objectives:  reflect the diversity of contemporary art practice nationally and regionally  curate exhibitions of high artistic merit  highlight Saskatchewan art practices and provide a context for the work of regional artists  provide opportunities for audiences to engage, explore, and interpret contemporary art  foster visual literacy and build audiences for contemporary art, including those who might feel excluded or alienated from the concept of art in a professional context  encourage the profes...   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Contemporary art, Arts]

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Changing Nature of Television Crime Drama

- "There are too many cop shows and they are becoming all the same. The same stories, the same lighting, the same camerawork, same dead bodies." - Peter Ansorge, 1997. Given the diversity of concepts and setting of crime dramas currently being produced this comment may or may not seem as convincing as it may have been when authored. Take one crime drama series and investigate the respects in which it both: 1) reworks established crime drama formula and conventions; and 2) offers novelty in terms of such aspects as concept, characterisations, episode structure and visual style....   [tags: Visual Arts]

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Learning Visible And Help Students

- As noted by Rogers, the arts both make learning visible and help students to develop skills that help them construct meaning from the subject (Rogers, 2011). As a visual learner, I know that I need these opportunities to help make abstract subject matter real. When I work out math problems, I can best understand by visually represent the problem or by drawing a model. In Kindergarten, almost everything we do includes more than one of the arts or attempts to reach a variety of learning styles. When we work on sight words, we sculpt them from play dough, sing, dance and build them from Legos....   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Arts, Fine art]

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The Art Critic, Harold Rosenberg

- The Following Essay is Based on Actual Events The art critic, Harold Rosenberg, once called the two dimensional picture plane of a canvas “an arena for action.” The artist’s climatic turmoil lies in the fear behind trying to discover new boundaries to analyze, beyond the space of the picture. As a matter of fact, the Avant-Garde has explored and pushed the creative envelope beyond the boundaries of perception. Comparatively speaking the possibilities and breakthroughs in modernism, spanning hundreds of years, are now the masterpieces that collectively hang in art museums....   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Fine art, Arts]

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The Art of Robert Buelteman

- I have never seen myself as an art museum enthusiast, nor have I ever been able to actually appreciate art and the messages it expresses. But never before have I ever been so taken away by an artist's work. Through his unique, inventive use of technology, Robert Buelteman proves in his images of "Through the Green Fuse," the momentary beauty of plants and their visual metaphors for human life. Buelteman's "Cortaderia Selloana" meaning Pampas Grass, caught my eye as soon as I entered his gallery....   [tags: Visual Arts]

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Analysis Of Orna Feinstein 's ' The Garden Of Paper '

- Garden of Paper Paper is common in some lives more than others. Some people may use paper to write down a note to themselves while others may sketch a portrait of themselves. Paper is used everyday in our lives though. There are many ways to use paper in which the common person does not. As artists, we are constantly looking at things and changing them, making them something new. This is no different with paper. Some artists solely work with paper, twisting it and folding it....   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Arts, Music]

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George W. Russell (AE Æ),- His Life, Paintings and Impact on Irish Culture

- George W. Russell (AE Æ),- His Life, Paintings and Impact on Irish Culture Introduction George William Russell (Æ), poet, painter, statesman and friend of many. George Russell definitely was all of those things. But why is it that I, a visiting student from the far North, takes such an interest in a man who despite his greatness not many people outside Ireland has heard of. When asked about visual arts in Ireland, names like Jack Yeats, Paul Henry and James Barry might be heard but only people with a deep interest in Irish culture will also mention George W....   [tags: Visual Arts Paintings Art]

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Digital Aur Art And The Age Of Thinking Machines

- Digital Aura: Art in the Age of Thinking Machines Walter Benjamin used the word aura to denote the spatial, historical, locational context, and provenance of a work of art. Aura, though, is a method to talk about the social construction surrounding a work (Benjamin). The concept allowed Benjamin to examine the social and political implications of the new tool of photography and other recently invented mechanical reproduction methods. Benjamin suggests that the reproduction of a piece of art or other work dissipates the aura of the original – that is the copy destroys the context and provenance of the art....   [tags: Art, Arts, Sculpture, Visual arts]

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An Evaluation On Cityscapes Around The Lake

- An Evaluation on Cityscapes Around the Lake Artprize: a time when a variety of artists from all around the world gather in Grand Rapids, Michigan to display their own artistic creations. It is a time of celebration and festivity, honoring many great artists that come to display the art they have to show to the public. It was most certainly a tough choice to pick out some favorites out of this wide variety of incredible, awe-inspiring, and very surreal display of art from all over, but there were a few pieces that definitely came to mind throughout the process....   [tags: Art, Arts, Sculpture, Visual arts]

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Community Engagement And Contributions Of Programing

- Community Engagement and Contributions to Programing Education is the main element that has driven initiatives to issues such as poverty, language barriers, arts education and creative problem solving as well as creating an awareness of the need for the arts in their communities. Put simply, “its all about the people you touch. Your community is what drives you to pursue and empower creativity and innovation. It is what’s infectious around here- its what gravitates a community, it reaches all income levels, everybody can appreciate it in their own way- its what art is”1....   [tags: Art, Arts, Music, Visual arts]

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The Garde Of The Avant Garde

- The avant-garde is a movement that pushes the boundaries of what is considered normal. Artist during this time disregarded the rules of art put in place by the artist before them. This art was made to go past what would be commercial; it is more about making art for arts sake, purist avant-garde, and art as life, radical avant-garde Charles Jencks claims “almost all serious critics think that the avant-garde is dead.” There are many reasons why avant-garde could be considered dead but the most important and evident are; the on set of capitalism, there is no more progression and the fact that the world is now in a massive tech age....   [tags: Art, Arts, Visual arts, Aesthetics]

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How Can I Be An Artist

- Chapter 3: (Rhythm/Time)—The Daily Grind I remember transitioning from high school to college and thinking, “Now I will get to do whatever I want. I can eat when I want, play when I want, and make whatever kind of art I want.” I was naïve, of course, and I learned on the very first day of classes that it was going to take a great deal of discipline if I wanted to become an artist. In high school, I was one of a small handful of the “art kids,” the talented ones who could draw, paint, or sculpt, but now I was surrounded by a lot of talented individuals, most of whom were far more talented than I was....   [tags: Art, Arts, Want, Visual arts]

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The New Orleans Museum Of Art

- Previously mentioned, Digital Asset Management is the function of photographing, organizing and archiving works of art for the reference of museum employees and further for the reference of public entities interested in accessing this media offsite. In order to further prove the significance of digital museums, I will reference my own communities’ public government run cultural heritage institution. The New Orleans Museum of Art or NOMA has recently begun to digitize the full extent of their collection in conjunction with web-based institutions interested in the expanding awareness and access to fine arts, notably they have partnered with Google to begin the virtual museum process....   [tags: Art, Arts, Digital, Visual arts]

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Small Private K : 12 School

- Small private K - 12 school in Brentwood, TN. Lower school resides three miles up the road from the Middle and Upper school campus. Their Upper school art building is one of pure beauty and an environment teachers dream of working in. The funds for the building were donated by an alumni who wished the building be dedicated to his late wife, who loved the arts. The building has six rooms, all of which provide ample space and resources. Ms. Lea-Mord’s classroom is surrounded by windows which allow for light to flood in....   [tags: Education, Teacher, Visual arts, Evaluation]

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Do I Want You Become An Artist?

- “Do I want to become an artist?” I always ask myself this question. From a very young age, I knew God gave the gift of being an artist. In my school career, my artist abilities were noticed. From congratulation speeches to awards for my artwork. I was thankful for my recognition and worked even harder. Even though I had a passion for art, I also had a passion for sports. I played soccer ever since I could remember. I was also involved with action sports, more in snowboarding than others. When I got older, I had many opportunities one of them being a snowboarding instructor....   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Term, Arts]

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My Personal Goals And Philosophy

- Throughout my life, I have been surrounded by the arts. Ever since I was little, the world of the arts captivated me to the extent of me getting into the arts today. The role that my art plays in my life is that it helps me express my emotions, dreams, views of the world, along with my voice. With Studying Fine Art at the Academy of art University, I can get the right to “be yourself” in a way, that gives me, the artist, the freedom to paint/draw what-what I please, in me own creative way. But to me personally....   [tags: Art, Arts, Music, Visual arts]

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The Importance Of Education And Importance Of Art Education

- Literature Review In reviewing the literature about the importance of art in education, three themes presented themselves repeatedly. The role/importance of Art Education is the first, second is the integration of art into other areas of the curriculum and the third is the importance of professional development of teachers, and pre-service teachers, in the area of visual art. Those three topics will be addressed in the following. Role/Importance of Art Education A common theme that emerged recurrently in the literature review was that of the role and/or the importance of Art Education, specifically in the elementary years....   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Education, Art education]

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What Is Considered Individual Maturity?

- Individual Maturity - What is considered individual maturity. In relation to art, individual maturity is the ability to look at a piece of art and see past the physical form of the piece. When students encounter undressed figures in art it is important they possess the decorum to objectively observe the piece. Especially when students are surrounded by their peers, it is easy for a trip to the art museum to become awkward. It is important, the students control themselves in a way that is respectful of the whole group....   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Arts, Aesthetics]

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The Life Of Marela Zacarias

- The Life of Marela Zacarias If I were to ask you what is art, and how can one find it. What would you say. Well if it were me being asked those question, I would simply say that art to me is a form of a picture; a visual painting or model of some design and it could be found all among us. You may define it differently only because art could be defined in many ways. I could simply say that art to me is a form of a picture; a visual painting or model of some design. Well according to an article written by Shelley Esaak, an art history expert she mentioned that art has a way of stimulating different parts of our brains to make us laugh or incite us to riot, with a whole gamut of emotions in be...   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Aesthetics, Sculpture]

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Regular Parental Involvement : A Low Ses Environment

- Slide 10– Upper Primary (Years 4-7) Throughout upper primary, it becomes increasing evident that Tim is from a low SES environment. Numerous teachers have documented Tim’s regular absences, which Goodman and Spencer (2002) state will cause an increase in the achievement gap between Tim and his peers. Tim’s teacher often encourages Tim’s mother to volunteer within the classroom to build a positive and supportive partnership. However, Tim’s mother is very reluctant and unwilling to engage with the school and the community....   [tags: High school, Education, College, Visual arts]

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Graduation Speech : An Essential Tool For An Institution Of Panic

- Every fall high school seniors around the globe are in a state of panic. Of course you are no stranger to this process, you have dealt with this stress firsthand. What process is being described you may ask. The process of applying to college. Each year seniors scramble to submit applications, transcripts, and letters of recommendations to the schools of their choice. These documents are essential for nearly all students who want to advance to an institution of higher learning, but for many the paper trail does not end there....   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Modern portfolio theory]

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Fine Art Education For Public Schools

- In the United States, fine art education in public schools have been a controversial topic for years. Due to fundings, imagine your child had to choose between art or math. Well of course a parent would choose a math course because they would not survive society in their future without counting. Although, fine art gives an opportunity for a student to express themselves with their thoughts and feelings through the participation of the fine arts. As in today’s society everything is consider “art”....   [tags: Art, Music, Visual arts, United States]

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Art And Its Impact On Society

- Throughout the world art is used to convey numerous messages pertaining to a political issue or for consumerism. Evidently, this medium reaches people in a multitude of ways. Art is displayed through movies, music, visual art, or video games, and it is able to reach various audiences and it successfully resonates with each person in a particular way. Indeed, one of the greatest philosophers of our time, Aristotle, stated that “The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance”.()Even more so, art displays what message the artist would want to convey to an audience, either positive or negative....   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Fine art, Mass media]

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The Neo Wittgensteinian Theory Of Art

- Among the many theories of art that have emerged over time, the theory I will defend in this paper is the Neo-Wittgensteinian theory of Art. I will defend this view against the following (two) objections: a) The “open concept” idea of art is too expansive, and b) the “family resemblance” theory of artworks is also too expansive. The Neo-Wittgensteinian theory of Art has been modeled mainly after the ideologies and teachings of Ludwig Wittgenstein, a philosopher and logician from Austria. Much of his work focuses on the validity of the use of language, which is applied to the argument I made in this paper....   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Aesthetics, Fine art]

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My Goals And Philosophy Of Education

- This lesson is informed by my philosophy of education reflecting the purpose of school as a space for student 's to gain an education in art, driven by the desire to understand and learn about the world around them, and how they participate by expressing the innate creative ideas offered that are part of the human experience. Each student will develop the natural curiosity that is gained through developing and strengthening creative problem solving. In addition, students will research artists that have used collage techniques to address world issues....   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Fine art, Art critic]

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Images of the Nude Male in European Art

- The human body, especially the nude male figure, has been a subject of art since the first scratching appeared on cave walls. Stick figures with phalluses denoted the male, procreation and dominance. Archeologists have found evidences proving that the male nude appeared in Egypt in the early Dynastic periods and in early Mesopotamia four thousand years ago. The Greek made the nude into art, and we, the Americans, made it into something commonly referred to as pornography. Until today, nude is still a major subject in art that everyone would have seen a few times, either in display cases of a museum or in greater numbers of male underwear ads....   [tags: Visual Arts]

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Discussion and Analysis of British Situation Comedy

- Dictionary Entry: Sitcom (Pronunciation Key: s,i,t-k,o,m ) Sit-com (Informal noun, abbreviation) A situation comedy Synonyms (Comedy): takeoff, witticism, send-up, slapstick, hoopla, facetiousness, play on, drollness. Encyclopaedic Definition: British Sitcom A British sitcom is a situation comedy (sitcom) produced in the United Kingdom. The genre can be difficult to classify as it covers a wide range of styles and situations. A common factor is the exploration of social mores, often with a healthy dollop of satire or bathos, in contrast to the sometimes-uplifting sentiments of many American sitcoms....   [tags: Visual Arts]

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Naked Vs Nude in Reference to Artwork

- There is no difference between the words "naked" and "nude", in my opinion the words are pretty much interchangeable. The only thing that is different is how one interprets the words. A "nude" or "naked" body can be represented in a variety of ways. Most people will use the word "naked" when referring to a body presented in an arousing or sexual way, "naked" has a raw connotation, whereas many people use the word "nude" when referring to a body presented in an artistic way, which focuses on the form and shape of the body....   [tags: Visual Arts]

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The Advantage of Black-and-White over Color Photography

- In a world where color photography has become the norm people are often surprised at the power of images produced in black and white. I would like to illustrate that black and white photography is a better art form than color photography and that it is not as difficult to be successful as many assumptions indicate. Black and white film gives an aesthetic, craftsman-like quality that is hard to produce in color; it is not a substitute for color but an abstract way of interpreting the world around us....   [tags: Visual Arts]

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Sculpture: The Betrayal and Arrest of Christ

- This is an extremely high relief sculpture made of limestone. It is to be viewed from a frontal standpoint. It however does have a potential for movement. There seems to be a great deal going on in such a close space. It is very crowded, but dramatic. The figures are intertwining with each other all at once even though there are different things happening. It reminds me of a play with scenes. You can actually step in to it and feel as though you are a part of what is happening because of all the different directions each individual is facing....   [tags: Visual Arts]

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Finding Identity and Appropriation Art

- ... Sometimes hilarious, but at the same time constantly provocative, Teraoka’s paintings are extremely individual configurations formed with humour, thoughts and techniques, his arts surpassing the restrictions of time and culture. Here is how Teraoka stated, ‘Integrating reality with fantasy, humour with commentary, and history with the present became my challenge. My early watercolour paintings were inspired by Ukiyo-e woodblock prints. These paintings often focused on the clash of my two cultures- East and West....   [tags: Masami Teraoka, Yasumasa Morimura, visual arts]

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Why Video Games Are Works Of Art

- My definition of art, while short, would be anything that is aesthetically pleasing to a person. But, who defines what art is, and what makes art work a form of expression. I think the cliché beauty is in the eye of the beholder, stands true when it comes to determination of what art is. With specific relations to video games, I believe that these creations are a form of art because of the amount of detail that is put forth to develop a world and an atmosphere to engross a person in. Take for example, Super Mario Galaxy, the colors to capture you attention, the music to drive you forward, and the concept to keep you coming back....   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Modernism, Arts]

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The Art Work I Want About Is Done By Amy Toscani

- The art work I would like to talk about is done by Amy Toscani. This is a very bold colorful piece with no title for the work. I found the art in the Conkling gallery located on campus. This is Amy’s show that is located in the gallery and all her projects have been made by her for this years show. While reading her statement I was very intrigued by some on the materials she had used for her work. She takes many risks with her work and stated she wants to record the mainstream. Amy states while she does plan out her work in her sketchbook, while making the art she isn’t afraid to deviate away from the original idea....   [tags: Dimension, Color, Sculpture, Visual arts]

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Education Is A Important Part Of A Student 's Education

- Every century education undergoes dramatic transformations that change and expand how cultures respond to learning. Two hundred years ago, education was something that only a select few received. In present day, survival is extremely dependent on the education that a person receives. Education is a significant part of the society, not only in the United States, but in other countries as well. Over the past couple of decades, many people have devoted their time and efforts into making sure that students across the U.S....   [tags: Education, School, Teacher, Visual arts]

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The Solution For Art Education

- The Solution for Art Education In recent years, the decline of the arts education has been a major problem in the United States. With more emphasis on the “more important” subjects at school and the careers that will actually land someone a job with good pay, there is less attention to the fine art or performing arts classes, which can range anywhere from music and drama, to of course, art. As a result, due to budget cuts, art classes are the first to go due to many factors such as the establishment of standardized testing....   [tags: Art, Music, Education, Visual arts]

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Walter Benjamin 's First Sentence

- “In principle a work of art has always been reproducible” (Benjamin 217). Walter Benjamin’s first sentence, as elementary as it is, dives into the interdependence of literature and history: literature is impossible without examination of historical trends. Walter’s theory - a criticism on the implications of social media on art in the 20th century - has an importance in explaining how to use social phenomenon to analyze literature (especially in current times with the formation of new and unique media forms); however, this theory follows his primary view of his piece The Work of Art in the Mechanical Age of Reproduction, authentic art forms have a certain aura to them that resonates and enli...   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Creativity, Originality]

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The Craft And Folk Art Museum

- The Craft and Folk Art Museum is located across LACMA on Wilshire Boulevard, and it was not until the 14th of October when I finally got to visit this place. Upon my arrival, the museum was still closed and the first thing I saw outside of the entrance was a colorful and chaotic installation piece made by my professor’s friend. The first thing that came out of mind when I saw that artwork was how interesting the mind is of an artist to create these types of things. When the museum finally opened, I could not help but think of what other exciting art pieces are inside, I honestly did not really know what to expect since I never been to a museum dealing with only craft and folk art....   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Arts, Aesthetics]

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Miracle of St. Dominic

- The chosen art work is "Miracle of St. Dominic." This painting is a tempera on panel, painted by the Renaissance artist Taddeo di Bartolo, in the year thirteen sixty three. The painting is currently housed at the McNay Art Museum, measuring approximately 10" high by 10" wide. In this particular painting we are witnessing a miracle by St. Dominical. There are spectators and a horse that lays above the man in red, who St. Dominical has brought back to life. Bartolo's painting is asymmetrical. Viewed at eye level, if we were to fold it in half, the horse would not lie evenly on top of itself....   [tags: Visual Arts]

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Benny Andrews

- Research of Benny Andrews Andrews wanted to express black experience through his art, but he found it very difficult thing to do. He was using nonfigurative expressionism which became a personal movement for him. Andrews wanted to convey himself in a different way from other artists in order to make his own exclusive personality. I think his works are delicate, and cherished. He is a visual artist, writer, and teacher. His art work displays were countrywide and worldwide for more than forty years....   [tags: Visual Arts]

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Benefits Of Working A Job

- At the age of 18 Nicole got her license to do hair in an R.O.P. class at her high school, after graduation she was working hard to support herself and pay for her college tuition. Exhausted and stressed, it occurred to Nicole she was over working herself to go to school to do a job she didn’t want because people told her she needed to get a ‘real job.’ Nicole was a very successful business women and who was able to support herself and her two daughters with her ‘unrealistic job.’ She still loves being a hairstylist and remains to be successful, but what would happen if she listen to those negative people....   [tags: Art, Visual arts, Arts, Employment]

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