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ART

product of human creativity where materials are shaped to convey a msg, emotion, or idea

ARTIST

person engaged in one or more spectrum of creating, practicing or demonstrating art

CONTEMPORARY ART

art of today and created by artists in the 21st century

INTEGRATIVE APPROACH

broad methodology commonly used in studying in a particular field and its rel to other disciplines

INTEGRATIVE ARTS PROGRAM

specifically designed to encourage and provide the broadest opportunities to explore unique and
unexpected creative, intellectual and vocational pathways

integrative arts program

dedicated to helping its students acquire intellectual and creative tools they will need to achieve their
individual career goals and creative aspirations

CLASSICAL PERIOD

from latin - ARS - skill

classical period

the product of a body of knowledge most often using a set of skills - LDV and MA

POST-RENAISSANCE

mid 19th cent. and requires not only skill but also aesthetic component

UTILITARIANISM

concept in P-R were it distinguished fine arts to decorative art and applied art

FINE ARTS

arts for artsake - painting and sculpture

APPLIED ARTS

crafts and commercial design


DECORATIVE ARTS

textile and interior design

mid 19th century

art was separated into 2: fine arts and the rest and art had to conform into certain aesthetic rules to be
considered art

20TH CENTURY

introduction of cubism, had a non-naturalistic approach, shattered monothestic and boasted a significant
element of subjectivity

20th century

art became indefinable but the increase in no. of associated design and crafts did not have any
significant impact in art as a whole

CUBISM

acted as catalyst for a host of new movements which greatly expanded the theory and practice of art

POST-WORLD WAR II

the art capital from paris to new york and introduced art as commercial product as it loosens its
connection with existing traditions of aestheticism

post-world war ii

mundane items and concepts became art

POST MODERNISM

the redefinition of art during the last 3 decades of the 20th cent has been lent added intellectual weight
of theorists

CONTEMPORARY/2IST CENTURY

from artistic skill to the meaning of the work and how a work is experienced by spectators

21ST CENTURY

damien hirst and gilbert and george

filipino version of philippine arts

sining ng pilipinas
spanish version of philippine arts

Artes de las Filipinas

PHILIPPINE ARTS

reflects to the society with wide range of diverse cultural influences and how it honed the culture and
arts of the country

“HAND – OUT with ACTIVITIES in

CONTEMPORARY PHILIPPINE ARTS FROM THE REGION”

HOCPAFTR 3.1

1. ART is creation. Creating something new, something original and something different. It is doing
something to change a subject, to build. ART IS LIFE. It is creating life on a material and making inanimate
objects to have life. TO CREATE LIFE IS TO GIVE LIFE. (Ramon Orlina – Glass Sculptor)

AR – “to join or put together”

Greek Words:

ARTIZEIN means to prepare.

ARKISKEIN means to put together.

ARS/ARTIS ----- SKILL-----TECHNE

(LATIN) (GREEK)

2. CONTEMPORARY – Current, now, present.

*It is produce by living artists and contemporary to us.

3. MODERN ART - referred to as “traditional” compared to contemporary arts, which is continuously in


process and in flux (series of changes)

DIVISIONS OF MAJOR ARTS

VISUAL ARTS arealso known as SPACE ARTS,because they occupy space.


Painting

This art is expressed either by line, form, texture, value or color. It is being used as decoration, as
educational device and as advertisement.

Sculpture

This art is expressed either by carving, shaping or modeling. It deals mostly with the human figure,
figurines, stands for lampshade and pottery.

Architecture

This art is expressed through rhythmic features, such as the windows, ornaments, columns and tile
flooring.

AUDITORY ARTS are primarily heard. They are also known as TIME ARTS, because they exist in time.

Literature

Includes the writing of poems, short- stories, novels, plays, histories, biographies, essays. It is also known
as fine writing.

Music

It is the combination of sounds. It is said to be the most dynamic, most emotional, most universal and
most abstract of all fine arts.

COMBINED or PERFORMING ARTS combine both the visual and auditory elements. They are usually
performed onstage, or on the screen.

Circus

Its entertainment generally consists of displays of horsemanship; exhibitions by gymnasts, aerialists,


wild-animal trainers, and performing animals; and comic pantomime by clowns.

Dance

It is based upon music or any rhythmic sound. It is characterized by rhythmic or repetition.

Opera

This is a stage drama with orchestral accompaniment, in which music is the dominant element, the
performers singing all or most of their lines.

Pantomime (MIME)
It is a dramatic representation by means of facial expressions and body movements rather than words.

Puppet Show

A theatrical performance which uses Puppets as characters in wherein audiences perceive life and spirit
from their movement, their shape, and other aspects of their performance.

Drama

This includes acting, directing, stage setting, stage lighting and public speaking.

Theatre

It is one of the oldest and most popular forms of entertainment, in which actors perform live for an
audience on a stage or in an other space designated for the performance.

Singing

It is an individual or group interpretation of a song or music.

Motion Picture

It is a series of images that are projected onto a screen to create the illusion of motion. Motion pictures
—also called movies, films, or the cinema—are one of the most popular forms of entertainment,
enabling people to immerse themselves in an imaginary world for a short period of time.