Art Appreciation Essential of Visual Arts and History of Arts
This module is exclusively intended to the all bona fide students of Mabalacat City College who are taking the course or subject, Art Appreciation. The course or subject, Art Appreciation is one of the new General Education Course (GEC) coded as SOCSCI104/GEC106 by this Institution which is mandated by Commission on Higher Education (CHED). As stipulated in CHED Memo no. 20, Series of 2013, the general purposes or objectives of Art Appreciation are the following: 1) Improve students' ability to appreciate, analyze, and critique the works of art; 2) Equip students with broad knowledge of experiential, historical, philosophical, psychological, and social relevance of the arts in order to hone their potential and ability to articulate their broader understanding of the arts; 3) Develop students' competency in researching and curating art as well as conceptualizing, mounting, and evaluating art production; and 4) Flourish students' genuine appreciation for Philippine arts by providing them opportunities to explore their diversity, richness, and rootedness in Filipino culture. Hence, for the students to achieve the course objectives, the module is designed as a self-instructional module. A self-instructional module is a module design for the students to learn on their own pace. Moreover, in self-instructional module, students are expected to work on their own pace and accomplish all the activities before the end of the semester This icon indicates ACTIVITY (Worksheet). It is usually found after
Module 5 in Arts Appreciation
Music: Baroque; Classical; Romantic; Modern and Contemporary
Discourses on Culture
Contextual Inspiration and Motive in Persuasive Creativity: Lessons from Artistic Improvisation
The article deals with the role of contextual inspiration and motive in persuasive creativity based on the theory and practice of performative art improvisation (Kaiser, 2018; Nisula, & Kianto, 2018). This framing and the theory of the aesthetic situation (Gołaszewska, 1984) enable us to arrive at the conclusion that being a persuasive creator requires having a solid and conscious motive and proper trigger in the form of inspiration driven by the environmental context. Furthermore, as the improvisation process does not entail the possibility of its correction or repetition, performative art improvisation offers meaningful insights into understanding persuasive creativity. Therefore, the creator can manage the process of persuasive artistic creativity to achieve goals by understanding the creative process and its phases, realising different motives and appropriate igniting inspirations towards specific audiences, and developing his/her identity as a conscious creator.
Nikolaeva, Nina, Konanchuk, Svetlana, and Jörg Jewanski (Eds.) (2020). Synesthesia: The Synthesis of Arts in World Art Culture. Abstracts from a Conference held in Saint Petersburg, March 4–5, 2019. Dortmund, Germany: readbox unipress (Wissenschaftliche Schriften der WWU Münster XVIII/15). P. 69–72.
Kolganova O. Bibliography of Works of the Inventor of the Light Orchestra of Grigory Gidoni: Published and Unpublished
Understanding Music: Past and Present Recommended Citation
Ho Yin Man
Modern Opera of the Late 20th-Early 21st Centuries: World Trends and Ukrainian Realities
The ways of transformation of the opera genre at the new historical stage of its development are traced. The integrative aspects of the interaction of opera with other musical genres and types of art, features of the content, aesthetics, genre and style principles, stylistics of modern opera art are revealed. It was found that the basis of the latest operas are historical and mythological, biblical and fairy-tale, tragic and comic plots, masterpieces of ancient and modern drama, prose, and poetry. A wide panoramic review of operas created in recent decades has shown that among the topics that concern artists today, the most relevant are: the greatness and decline of the spiritual leader, the ephemerality of human life, indifference and coldness of modern society, depressing human loneliness, loss of identity, man's destiny in the world, crime and punishment, repentance for sins committed, carnal passions and violence, decomposition and self-destruction of the individual, idealiz...
”And for this gift I feel #blessed” : Authenticity in the Covers of Leo Moracchioli and Robyn Adele Anderson
In this thesis, I study the authenticity of cover songs and artists, focusing on two case examples, Leo Moracchioli and Robyn Adele Anderson. These two are artists who rework popular songs into different genres, in Moracchioli’s case primarily into metal and Anderson’s into jazz genres, especially popular during the first half of the 20th century. This is why I will study their authenticity in relation to these genres. Since both of these artists primarily work and market themselves and their music on YouTube as well as other social media platforms, where they offer not only the covers and music videos made for them but also vlogs, I will also look at how they represent the notions of authenticity upheld in the context of internet and especially social media. Therefore, the objective of this study is to find out, via the method of close-reading, how do these two artists perform authenticity a) as cover artists, b) as representatives of their particular genre and musical tradition and c) as internet personalities or ”influencers’’. The concept ”authenticity” is understood here as both referring to something that is considered to be real or accurate as opposed to being fake or forgery, and, in accordance with the ideas put forward during romanticism, describing a faithfulness to the ”the true self”. Due to not being written by their performer, cover songs, particularly in the romantic view, are often seen as inauthentic by default. However, a cover can also be authentic if it gives some insight to the personal history of its performer or demonstrate their creativity by commenting on the ”original” version of the song. In the music genres and traditions discussed in this study authenticity is defined by how well their conventions and defining ideas are followed and how they are, on the other hand, also adapted for personal expression and creativity. In the context of social media on the other hand authenticity is mainly achieved by establishing a strong, intimate connection to one’s audience and avoiding and downplaying commerciality and professionalism in favor of more amateur aesthetic. In the cases of the two artists, this authenticity is expressed by not only following the conventions of their genres but also commenting on and modifying them as well as the songs covered. While looking at the two artists’ activities on social media, one can see how they also value the notions of authenticity upheld in this context. Here, both the artists, despite presenting themselves as very talented and knowledgeable individuals, also strive to convey themselves as approachable and identifiable people via the conscious employment of an amateurish aesthetic. The fact that musicians like them as well as their fans are very invested in both the practice of covering and the culture of social media, serves to prove that these both are phenomena in need of additional study.
GRADE 9 k to 12 Learners Material ARTS quarters 1 2 3 and 4
To the illustrator: For the cover of this unit, please draw images a mix of cavemen, Egyptians, Greeks and Romans walking across a world map.
ARTS LEARNER’S MATERIAL GRADE 9 Unit 1
International Musicological Society
Hidden in Plain Sight: Alma Gluck and the First Performance of Schoenberg in America — 21st Quinquennial Congress of the International Musicological Society, Athens 2022
Benjamin P Skoronski
Scholarship’s understanding of the American reception of Arnold Schoenberg is grounded in the belief that American audiences read about his compositions long before they ever heard them in the United States. Several performances have been cited as Schoenberg’s American premiere, the earliest being the 1913 song recitals by Reinald Werrenrath. Schoenberg’s early music, however, had been heard in the United States well in advance of this recital series, as well as the European reviews that supposedly served as his introduction to the American press. This paper examines for the first time the November 9, 1911, New York premiere of Schoenberg’s “Waldsonne” from Vier Lieder, op. 2, sung by Alma Gluck as part of her yearly song recital at Carnegie Hall. This performance not only currently stands as the first performance of Schoenberg’s music in the United States, but it is also intimately related to Gustav Mahler’s death in January of the same year. Gluck first became aware of the young Austrian composer through Mahler, and her programming of Schoenberg’s song served as an epitaph to the late conductor. Mahler’s death functions as a means of uniting Gluck and Schoenberg through grief, a bond rendered stronger by their shared Jewish heritage. This study forces us to reevaluate our understanding of the early American reception of Schoenberg, as well as the chronology of the transatlantic premieres of his compositions. Furthermore, in uncovering the history behind this premiere, this paper engages with broader questions of Jewish identity, transatlantic reception, and the expression of mourning.
Combined arts is where different artforms interact and create something new and exciting across outdoor arts, carnival, festivals, spectacle, interdisciplinary work, live art and participatory and social art practice.What to expect in art appreciation class? ›
Art Appreciation will introduce students to the visual arts and the variety of art mediums and techniques used to create two and three dimensional works of art. Students will also study the history of art beginning with the Stone Age to the present.Is art appreciation easy? ›
Looking at art is not an easy, straightforward process, even though it often feels natural. The power of art can be immediate, striking, even arresting.What are the examples of combined arts? ›
These include dance, poetry, theatre, improvised scenes, music, musical plays and events, cinema and performances such as rituals and cultural events including street carnivals, fiestas and parades. Combined Arts can mean several things.What is a combination of art? ›
Mixed media art refers to a visual art form that combines a variety of media in a single artwork. For example, if you draw with ink, then paint over it with watercolors, then add some highlights in colored pencil - that's mixed media!How important is art appreciation as a student? ›
Art Appreciation equips you with the vocabulary to understand and discuss the visual arts, while introducing you to various mediums. Art helps create understanding of the world around us. It is an essential part of cultures across the globe because it allows us to be open to new ideas and experiences.How good is art appreciation? ›
Art appreciation helps open up the mindset of the people, by listening to different perspective es and views as well as interpretations of the art, it encourages thoughtful conversation and the understanding that there is more than one approach to everything.What does art appreciation mean in college? ›
ART 101 Art Appreciation is a college-level course that focuses on developing students' visual acumen, aesthetic insight, and knowledge of the forms and role of art across time and cultures.How do I study for art appreciation exam? ›
- Don't wait until right before the test to study. ...
- Take notes in class. ...
- Study in a place that's NOT comfortable. ...
- Listen to instrumental music while studying. ...
- Study in cycles of 20–40 minutes with a five- to ten-minute break in between. ...
- Don't always study alone.
It takes about an hour to do all of it and I have a 102% right now, so yeah it is a really easy class with like no effort. I have a friend who's in it and it's not too much work. All of the “appreciations” are pretty simple.
Most undergraduate schools use 100-400 level courses to determine level of difficulty. You can determine how hard the course is going to be on a scale from 1-4, with 100 level classes being the easiest and broadest, while the 400 level classes contain more advanced content that is typically for majors in that field.What are the elements of arts and combined arts? ›
These are line, shape, color, value, form, texture, and space. The principles of art represent how the artist uses the elements of art to create an effect and to help convey the artist's intent. The principles of art and design are balance, contrast, emphasis, movement, pattern, rhythm, and unity/variety.What is the difference between combined arts and hybrid art? ›
Answer: Combined arts and hybrids art both require several fields of expertise, skills, and talents to produce a finish product but the difference between the two is that Combined arts focus on the variety of art forms such as singing, painting, dancing, Performances including Theatre, poetry, musical play, rituals and ...Can you mix types of art? ›
The only rule is that there are no rules. By choosing art, furniture, and accessories that you love you will already have a common thread that brings it all together—YOU! One way to combine different art styles and still have the space look put together is to choose something in common.What are 3 pieces of art that go together? ›
A triptych is an artwork made up of three pieces or panels. Often used to impart narrative, create a sequence, or show different elements of the same subject matter.How do you combine art styles? ›
Choose an artwork from any style and medium but focus on the size. Be pedantic and pick an assortment of the same-sized wall art or similar-height sculptures to fit together in your space. Similar to a color scheme, matching sizes is one of the safer ways to mix art with different artistic styles.What is the difference between art and art appreciation? ›
Essentially, the greatest difference is the lens of understanding. Art history takes a wider view to include the context in which a piece of art was created. Art appreciation focuses primarily on the technical skills and applications used to create the piece of art.What is the top 10 reasons why study art appreciation? ›
- Art keeps kids in school. ...
- Art prepares students for the future. ...
- Art impacts the “whole child.” ...
- Art builds leadership. ...
- Art builds cultural awareness and empathy. ...
- Art promotes innovation. ...
- Art allows for self-expression. ...
- Art impacts the entire school culture.
Art appreciation can be taught, but it can't be forced. It's important to expose the individual to the right kinds of art that resonate with them. Try to understand their likes and dislikes so that you can better curate art that they would enjoy and naturally start appreciating.What do students gain from art appreciation activities? ›
Art can give them another way to express themselves. Second, encouraging children to discover their artistic inspiration builds the foundation for success in reading and writing, and builds self-confidence and social skills. Third, art helps children see that there are always fresh ways of looking at familiar things.
The most common subjects of art include people (portraiture), arrangements of objects (still-life), the natural world (landscape), and abstractions (non-objective).Is being good in art a skill? ›
The Talented Artist Myth
Some people believe that the heavens above gift precious few mere mortals with the talent of art. However, that is most definitely not the case. Art, like anything else, is a skill.
“By participating in the arts, our students develop cognitive abilities and forms of intelligence that complement training in other disciplines, and in some cases they discover talents and interests that will shape their careers and principal avocations.”Why is appreciation important? ›
It makes people feel valued and drives them to do their best. It also helps with wellbeing and mental health, so it really can make a difference.Is art history hard in college? ›
Students learn to evaluate, interpret, and contextualize works of art and architecture. Based on test scores, AP Art History is somewhat more difficult than other AP courses.How do I get recognized for my art? ›
- Create An Irresistible Online Presence With Your Website. ...
- Online Art Market Places And Online Art Galleries. ...
- Skyrocket Your Mailing List. ...
- Use Your Blog To Build A Buzz Around Your Art. ...
- Rock Social Media And Get Your Work Noticed Around The Globe. ...
- Get Your Followers To Promote You. ...
- Cross-Promote With Other Artists.
- Group Guitar or Piano. Who doesn't want to learn a new instrument? ...
- World Music. ...
- Improv or Acting. ...
- Psychology 101. ...
- Graphic Design. ...
- Physical Education. ...
- Creative Writing. ...
- Pottery or Painting.
Some people find history easier, whereas other one might think psychology. According to me, English is the easiest of all the subjects. Not only in arts stream, but for every stream, it is the easiest subject. It is easy to read and understand it.What is the hardest art to learn? ›
However, abstract art is also considered by some to be the most challenging due to the lack of rules and definitions. To me, abstract art is defined by the overall feel achieved by the painting and I certainly appreciate the talent of those able to create great abstract art.
- Quantum Mechanics.
- Fine Arts.
- Foreign Language.
That means more than 1 in 10 undergrads fail a class (since not every student repeats a failed class). What should you do if you fail? Consider repeating the course. Over 90% of colleges allow undergraduates to take a failed class again to improve their grade.What is the hardest class to pass in college? ›
- Organic Chemistry.
- Quantum Mechanics / Physics.
- Philosophy / Metaphysics.
Types of Value in Art
High key: High key colors contain the most white and are on the palest end of the gradient scale. Low key: Low key colors contain the most black, and are on the darker end of the gradient scale.
Literature is considered a form of art because the author communicates ideas and experiences to the reader. The story told in a literary work also connects to individual readers, affecting them in much the same way that other kinds of art might do.What are the 8 basic elements of arts? ›
- 1 Line.
- 2 Shape.
- 3 Form.
- 4 Color.
- 5 Space (positive and Negative space)
- 6 Texture.
- 7 Value.
- 8 Mark making and materiality.
Historically, the five main fine arts were painting, sculpture, architecture, music, and poetry, with performing arts including theatre and dance.How many classes of art are there? ›
The seven major forms of art are painting, sculpture, architecture, literature, music, cinema, and theater. 1 What Is Art?Is drawing a fine art? ›
When it comes to academics, a fine art degree usually focuses on the traditional fine arts. Undergraduate fine Arts degrees teach the fine arts of drawing, sculpting, painting, music, literature, music, dance, architecture, and theatre. Other forms of art may be taught in design programs.What is an example of combined or hybrid art? ›
What are hybrid art forms? Examples of hybrids: “collage, kinetic sculpture, shaped canvas, musical installations, concrete poetry, opera, music with colour sequences, mime with musical accompaniment, calligraphic dance, sound film, etc.”
Do you have to stick to just one art style? Artists can work in many different styles. In the past, artists were usually expected to create art in whatever predominant fashion was popular at the time. Now, artists have much more freedom to work as they choose.What is dance in combined arts? ›
Combined (Auditory and Performing) Arts. Dance. Dance is a communication making use of the movement of the body. It consists of interval purposeful selections of various human movements, with the use of music or rhythm. For others, dance maybe a form of recreation the significance of dances vary in various forms.What are combined elements of art? ›
The elements of art are color, form, line, shape, space, and texture. The principles of art are scale, proportion, unity, variety, rhythm, mass, shape, space, balance, volume, perspective, and depth.What are the elements of combined arts? ›
Elements of Combined Arts (Music,Dance,Drama,Theatre,Cinema)What is combined art and hybrid art? ›
It is when two or more independently-developed artistic activities are joined in some combined form. One should be able to recognize that a hybrid art form has a time of creation, and that it has integral components that had separate existences in culture before that birthing.What are the 5 basic elements of arts? ›
The goal of this unit is to introduce students to the basic elements of art (color, line, shape, form, and texture) and to show students how artists use these elements in different ways in their work.What are the 7 principles of art? ›
The Principles of Art (balance, contrast, emphasis, movement, pattern, rhythm, and unity/variety) represent how the Elements of Art (line, shape, color, value, form, texture, and space) are used by an artist to create a painting, drawing, or other work of art.What are two combined elements? ›
A compound is a substance formed when two or more chemical elements are chemically bonded together.How do you combine two art styles? ›
One way to combine different art styles and still have the space look put together is to choose something in common. It could be the same color palette, a central theme like locations you have visited or subject matter you love, similar art mediums, or similar frames and mats. To liven things up, add some contrast.What is the difference between literature and the combined arts? ›
Art can be defined as the expression of creative skill in a visual form. On the other hand, Literature refers to written works regarded as having artistic merit. The key difference between art and literature is that while art generally tends to be visual and auditory, literature is not. It is based on texts.