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  • Visual Arts And Art Education

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    is about visual arts/design education, visual culture education and a brief history of visual art/design education. This essay aims to explore the connections of arts education, history of arts education and visual culture education through a theoretical investigation of literature by theorist Addison and Burgess 2015, Efland 1990, Eisenhauer 2006, Macdonald 2004, McFee 1960, Jetton and Shanahan 2012. For the context of this study art/design education will simply be represented by ‘art education’

  • Art : Art That Is Visual Arts? Visual?

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    Visual Arts? Visual? Arts? art that is visual, isn't all art visual? what does that even mean? This is what my year 4 self was thinking when I asked my Year 7 sister what classes she was going to drop and why, she said she would drop visual arts due to heavy work load. I remember I wanted to follow in her footsteps so I swore to myself that as soon as I could drop the subject I would as well. Flash forward a few years and here I am. My names Tessa kelly and as you can see I never dropped and I'm

  • The Visual Art : Censorship And The Visual Arts

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    Censorship and the Visual Arts Censorship is always the party of the arts market. Today, censorship is a remnant of the past that has almost ceased to exist. But it is very necessary, to form the necessary views among the population, and it is necessary to control art so that it does not go beyond the bounds of decency. The censorship is arbitrary limitation (which does not fit any logic, the result of free choice) and often political or religious freedom of expression. Newspapers, drawings, plays

  • Visual Art : My Passion For Visual Education

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    the severity of my anxiety attacks, I have always refused to take medication to control my worrying. Thankfully, in eighth grade, I discovered visual art. Drawing has always provided me with a mental paradise. When I create art, I can control what happens to my piece, which helps alleviate my issues with lacking control over most situations. As a child, art eased my concerns that I was the “weird kid” as I was the only one out of my family and my small charter school that suffered from severe anxiety

  • Graphic Design And Visual Arts

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    design and Visual arts are two different artistic fields. The field of Graphic design, which is responsible for creating solutions that, has a high visual impact. The role involves listening to clients and understanding their needs before making design decisions. Designs by graphic designers are required for huge variety of products and activities, such as websites, advertising, books, magazines, posters, computer games/video games, product packaging, exhibitions and displays. Visual arts on the

  • Visual Arts Education : The Importance Of Art Education

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    Art Education is an intricate dance between what is needed, wanted, and reflected by society. The ancient Greeks had a belief that those who created, such as a craftsman, should be shown little respect or appreciation. The importance was placed on music and the affluent did not participate in the visual arts. Even though there was resistance, Plato was a visual arts advocate and the Greek’s granted visual arts its own curriculum. The Romans maintained this position on the visual arts. However

  • Essay about A Critical Visual Analysis of a Work of Art

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    A Critical Visual Analysis of a Work of Art The piece of art that I chose to do my critical visual analysis on will be the Birds of Paradise, painted by Frits van Eeden, in 1997. (Birds of Paradise) Eeden was born in Tilburg, Holland, in March 1944 and grew up in The Hague. (Frits Van Eeden) For the Birds of Paradise he used acrylic paint on canvas. This piece of art is located in the Evans Library, at Florida Tech, in Melbourne, FL. When I look at the picture I see birds helping each other, they

  • The Visual And Performance Arts Of Europe

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    Welcome, to my traveler’s guide to the performing and visual arts. In this guide, you will explore first hand, the visual and performance arts of Europe. First, we will look at performance arts of Europe which, date back to early 534 B.C. when Thespis won the first public contest for tragic poets in Greece. The term “thespian” derives from Thespis’s name. In addition, Thespis also introduced performance masks, which would soon become a staple of Greek and Roman Theater. Let’s fast forward quite

  • Example Of Visual Art Critique

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    Visual Art Critique For my visual art critique, I attend the Texas State University Wittliff Collections on Tuesday, October tenth. During my visit I viewed works of art from the Lonesome Dove collection. The first piece of work I critiques was the photograph “Crossing the Rio Grande” taken by Bill Wittliff. This photo was taken on the set of the Lonesome Dove in 1988. What stood out to me was the significance of how real this photo is. So many slaves have tried to cross this river to escape persecution

  • The Visual Arts, Technology, And Philosophy

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    One may wonder how much did The Information Age really contribute to society and, more specifically, the visual arts, technology, and philosophy. The Information Age, as defined by Gloria K. Fiero, is “dominated by radical changes in the technology of communication and the way we receive and process information” (Fiero, 476). The Information Age paved the way for several brilliant artists to not only share their work, but create their work. Artists, such as Andy Warhol, expressed their artistic abilities