Art comes in many shapes and sizes from the talented and not so talented, from money to wasted items but in the end art is a way of expressing our self and no one should be able to take that away. Even though many people believe art and design are a waste of they have many important attributes and contributions that they give to society like our history, color, and even jobs The history of art is very important because it shows how the famous creative minds began their work and how they got their ideas: “Traces of art had been found in caves, they were dots of
Introduction Art is the expression of human creativity, skill and imagination. There are many different forms and types of visual art, from painting; to sculpting; to modeling; to photography and many more (Wikipedia). A lot of people around the world may not know about artists that change their artistic direction because of photography. People also may suggest that art is only about painting and drawing, but photography influenced painting by giving artists new tools; which then influenced the artists who experimented with colour, mass and lighting (Reference). But to what extent did the invention of photography influence the development of painting from the end of 19th century to 1930?
That is, what is art now may not be seen as such many years from now and it certainly was not seen as such two centuries ago, when experts on the subject had a clear definition for art and could point something as an artwork or not according to their standards. Now, art could be anything that was done by an artist, as well as anything that has beauty, or that is made with the purpose of expressing emotion, or that has a certain composition, among many other criteria. In some cases, there could even be “accidental art”, for example a photograph taken at just the right moment, or anything that was not intended to be artistic but it is still perceived as such by many
After a period, they become a masterpiece of art. The process of making and appreciating produces art often taking centuries. To undertake the above history, art represents the human life. From Dewey’s opinion, the art works are made based on the artists living environment and what he or she saw. When modern people walk into the museum, they know how ancient people live in history.
The study tells that students who received more arts education revealed better results on standardized tests like IQ, improved their social collaboration and creativity skills and were more motivated than those who had reduced or no access. With this in mind, can you think of the opportunities given to us?! How prosperous we can be in different spheres? Especially important to realize that all these abilities help you to achieve highest academic goals no matter whether you are a future artist or not. Accordingly, the arts classes should be required in schools, so the students can be successful in any classes while graduation as these developed skills will always help them in
It is important to study something in school that you enjoy but that is also useful in the real world. I have always been asked, “what's your major?”. I would answer art history and always got a response like, “what are you going to do with that?”. Most parents and students don’t feel that there is a good foundation from learning Art History. It is often heard from high school and college students (influenced by their parents) that to succeed you must major in science, technology, engineering, or business.
In 19th century to be considered a serious artist, one had to attend an art academy and learn form, shape, size, texture etc. However artists believed art is not meant to be studied like science, they thought “art flows from the soul, twists through consciousness and decorates life through its beauty”. Through this mindset, artists developed a movement called “art nouveao”. It lived for a short time, from around 1890 to 1910. It was a reaction to the art of neoclassism; it spread the idea of art and design as a part of everyday life.
After immersing myself in the art practice world for three years, my passion for fine art was fully kindled and exploded. In order to experience a new culture, a different educational system and more importantly to explore all spectrums of art in a free atmosphere, I decided to study abroad at Allan Hancock College, California in 2013. With a major in art, I was enabled to take courses in art criticism, installation arts, and digital designs, etc. In company with the accumulated learning process,
And the ones who benefit the most from art education, is children. It is all the more imperative that all children, regardless of social, psychological and physical constraints are provided adequate access to art education. Children with special needs require a far more empathetic approach when it comes to imparting art education. In order to pursue
Not only did the class enrich my knowledge of performing and media arts along with Southern culture and history, it also gave me the opportunity to craft and develop my writing skills. Prior to taking this course, I did not know how to analyze piece from a performing and media arts aspects. After the commercial analysis and film review, I learned how to craft specific styles for certain types of writing. I believe that the expose to diverse styles of writing helped me grow as a writer because it allow me to apply past techniques and skills in new ways as well as learn different forms of writing. Furthermore, I think this course helped me become more aware and conscious of my writing.