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  1. Vodal Reply
    On this view art is not an option for humanity – though it may be for any given individual – it is a necessity. Art flows from a deeply embedded instinct that is part of what it means to be human. At its origins art may have been associated with magic – with the desire to master an unknown world.
  2. Brarisar Reply
    Art is a diverse range of human activities in creating visual, auditory or performing artifacts (), expressing the author's imaginative, conceptual ideas, or technical skill, intended to be appreciated for their beauty or emotional power. Other activities related to the production of works of art include the criticism of art, the study of the history of art, and the aesthetic dissemination.
  3. Nikolkis Reply
    Maybe we are not converting art into some comprehension of social process but rather are using art to choke the hole, as if society has become so hopeless, which is to say so twisted in knots of faithless ideological spaghetti, that the glee is in strangling the victims. ~Norman Mailer, c ["A drawing from Willem de Kooning erased by Robert.
  4. Bralar Reply
    May 30,  · Art classes. They can be fun, intriguing, boring, even confusing. Arts classes can be described by many adjective but necessary is not one of them. I take no issue with the fact that the classes are offered, and even take a number myself, and I am not even advocating for their removal. However, they are not necessary to the success of students.
  5. Arashikree Reply
    Mar 18,  · The practice of art and the study of the humanities require constant dedication and devotion and it is necessary and appropriate for the Federal Government to help create and sustain not only a climate encouraging freedom of thought, imagination, and inquiry but also the material conditions facilitating the release of this creative talent.
  6. Gardakus Reply
    No, Not everything is Art, actually most things aren’t art. If everything could be described as Art, the very term would have absolutely no meaning, whatsoever. ‘Art’ is a collective name given to creative work made with an intention to express and connect to something real.
  7. Yozshura Reply
    Oct 19,  · Not everyone finds it necessary to integrate art in the traditional sense as much in their lives, just like how not everyone finds chemistry or finance important to their life. But that doesn’t mean that it shouldn’t be taught in schools or be appreciated as a profession, right?
  8. Kagagami Reply
    Apr 05,  · The U.S. Department of Education painted a somewhat bleak picture of the state of arts education in America’s schools this week. According to new findings – the first government survey in a decade that tracks the availability of arts in schools – fewer elementary schools are offering visual arts, dance and drama classes than during a decade ago.