School of the Museum of Fine Arts

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  • Lack of Fine Arts Programs in Schools

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    Although they are often ignored, poorly funded or cut from today’s school curriculum, the fine arts offer a wide variety of benefits to those who participate. As time goes on, people are not getting exposed enough to creativity to understand the betterment of fine arts. They are too involved in sports to understand that sometimes people just need a little creativity in their system to help broaden their ignorance. Not just the music industry or the acting industry, but people are forgetting about

  • Art In Public Schools

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    When you think about an art museum, a certain atmosphere comes to mind. White rooms, well dressed people walking from painting to painting, quietly discussing things like ‘artist's gaze’ and ‘impressionist inspired modernism.’ If you are like most people, this atmosphere is probably not one you think of with great affection. It is not welcoming or accessible to people without a fine arts education, a demographic also known as most Americans. In a study done at the Gardner Museum in Boston “60% of the

  • Kara Walker Research Paper

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    was born in Stockton, CA, 1969. She was raised by her father, Larry Walker, who worked as a painter. Kara knew by the age of of three that she wanted to be an artist. When she began she had the intentions of creating fine art, as she grew she started getting into several types of art and creating several pieces in order to tell stories or make a statement rather than trying to achieve beauty. "I guess there was a little bit of a slight rebellion, maybe a little bit of a renegade desire that made me

  • Pennsylvania Musical Arts

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    Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Pennsylvania Ballet, and

  • New School Parsons Personal Statement

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    I gravitated towards The New School Parsons because of their ability to see the future of art and design. Parsons’s initiative to teach students how to continually innovate themselves and adjust to the world’s constant evolution inspired me. I appreciate The New School’s want to teach as well as help students shift their mindsets, allowing them to be more open-minded within their education. As a student I consider myself to be a freethinker, believing in formulating my own opinions. Expressing my

  • Online Museum Studies Degree

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    the feeling of walking into a museum and seeing the exhibits with your own eyes. If you are excited about the preservation of history and seeing historical items preserved for future generations then a career in the museum industry might interest you. An online degree in museum studies prepares students for an exciting career in a museum or preservation environment. Graduates earning a museum studies degree are experts in artifact retrieval, conservation, exhibition, art history and culture. These skills

  • Fine Arts Admission

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    College of Arts & Sciences Fine Arts How will you explore your intellectual and academic interests at the University of Pennsylvania? Please answer this question given the specific undergraduate school to which you are applying. (400-650 words) As I mentioned in my application questions, academically, I want to major in fine arts offered by College of Arts & Sciences. The life at Fordham made me unconsciously own the extracurricular life I desire, both for art and social life, while Vanderbilt

  • Essay on Should Art Museums Be Democratized?

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    The art museum is a place that collects and preserves very valuable and profound pieces of art created by some of the most influential artists of all time. Not everyone can understand the emotions and profound ideas that are expressed in old works of art. Only a fraction of all people can really appreciate a fine work of art and understand its true meaning. Many people that go to the art museum do not belong. They do not hold the higher level of education needed to look at a painting and see its

  • What I Never Thought About Is Furniture Being Consider A Form Of Art

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    What I, never thought about is furniture being consider a form of art. I was taken back with the many different styles that were on display. The two pieces I chose are from two different time period 1800s and 1900. Both pieces resemble each other in their own way, with some fine details. What drew to each piece was the detail and craftsman ship. That fact they are hand maid and have deep rich colors tones. It is masculine but has some feminine elements to each piece. My first view was the style of

  • What I Never Thought About Is Furniture Were Consider A Form Of Art

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    What I, never thought about is furniture were consider a form of art. I was taken back to the many different styles that were on display. The two pieces I chose are from two different time periods 1800s and 1900. Both pieces resemble each other in their own way, with some fine details. What drew to each piece was the detail and craftsmanship. The fact, they are hand maid and have deep rich color tones. It is masculine, but has some feminine elements of each piece. My first view was the style of the

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