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  • Fine Arts Essay

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    A Necessary Factor in Education: the Fine Arts “Art washes from the soul the dust of everyday life” (Picasso). These words about the fine arts describe not only life in general, but also apply to everyday life of public school students. Many students need something to divert their attention away from jaded academics that cause them stress and mental deterioration. Fine arts are the solution to that problem; unlike academics and athletics, they provide an outlet for students to be creative and discover

  • Fine Arts and Technology

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    Fine Arts and Technology My high school’s motto was “Excellence through diversity” which always meant to me many different views and ideas coming together to achieve something great. My school had this motto because it was the “melting pot” of the county. A large majority of Special Ed and ESOL students traveled far to attend our school. These days diversity is more than just the different cultures and backgrounds the students have attending. The curriculum itself as-well-as the methods

  • The Museum Of Fine Arts

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    Last Saturday I had a chance to visit one more time the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. It was a nice and pleasant time enjoyed with my dear English teacher Mr. Hamby, his lovely wife, and some of the fellow students from Lee College. It was a very nice sunny morning, enhancing this appreciation of art day. The Lillie and Hugh Roy Cullen Sculpture Garden was a delight. There are sculptures presented in various materials, meanings, and forms. At the same time, it is like one compliment another. The

  • The Museum of Fine Arts

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    The Museum of Fine Arts One pleasant afternoon, my classmates and I decided to visit the Houston Museum of Fine Arts to begin on our museum assignment in world literature class. According to Houston Museum of Fine Art’s staff, MFAH considers as one of the largest museums in the nation and it contains many variety forms of art with more than several thousand years of unique history. Also, I have never been in a museum in a very long time especially as big as MFAH, and my experience about the museum

  • The Museum Of Fine Art

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    Of the Museum of Fine Art’s varied collection, nearly five hundred artworks in total, three paintings in particular were both relevant to the course and interesting to me. Among other nineteenth and twentieth century artworks, the museum is in possession three paintings by Claude Monet, one of the most noteworthy artists of the Impressionist movement (mfa giverny). The paintings, in the order they were created, are titled The Road To Vétheuil Snow Effect, Springtime in Giverny Afternoon Effect, and

  • Essay On Fine Arts

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    A Detrimental Factor in Education: the Fine Arts “Art washes from the soul the dust of everyday life” (Picasso). Picasso’s words about the fine arts describe not only life in general, but can also be applied to the everyday life of public school students. Many students need something to divert their attention away from jaded academics that cause them stress and mental deterioration. Fine arts is the solution to that problem; unlike academics and athletics, they provide an outlet for students to

  • Fine Arts Education

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    jobs were the fine arts educators. Futhermore, thousands of children have lost the opportunity to experience art, dance, music, and theatre classes. In spite of America’s economic turmoil causing schools major budget cuts, there are three key reasons why schools should continue to support the arts: the arts contribute to state and national economies, the arts prepare students for high paying jobs, and the arts have a positive impact on every child’s life. The Ohio Citizens for the Arts reported that

  • Fine Arts Education Issues

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    Fine Arts Education Issues According to the National Art Education Association’s goals for schools, “all elementary schools shall require students to complete a sequential program of art instruction that integrates the study of art production, aesthetics, art criticism, and art history,” (Clark, 1987). Elementary schools are having difficulty because they are cutting back on the fine arts programming and many non-specialist classroom teachers are expected to integrate the fine arts into their

  • The Benefits of a Fine Arts in Education

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    Advantages of the Fine Arts in Education As previously stated, the fine arts in relation to education are broken up into four categories: dance, theater/drama, music, and visual arts. Each of these areas provides the student different advantages which can be implemented into all other academic classes. “Recent studies prove that integrating the arts into education enhances a student's development and performance. Students learning through the arts are more able to think at a higher level, collaborate

  • Fine Arts Classes Are Necessary

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    Fine arts classes benefit students and schools alike. Fine arts are needed courses, not just as electives but as core classes that promote learning and creativity in the lives of students. There are three different styles of learning: auditory, visual, and kinesthetic. Fine art provides an avenue for all of these learning styles to be utilized during one class period; therefore, all students are able to understand and benefit from the curriculum. In a normal academic setting all types of learning

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