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  • 1. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT SPM Oct 2009
  • 2. What is ART?  Latin word ARS meaning ARRANGEMENT  Forms  Visual  Performing  Language  Culinary  Physical  Many more … … SPM Oct 2009
  • 3. Visual ARTS  Painting  Photography  Printmaking  Filmmaking  Plastic Arts  Sculpture  Architecture SPM Oct 2009
  • 4. Performing ARTS  Artist’s body, face & presence as medium  Music  Dance  Theatre SPM Oct 2009
  • 5. Language ARTS  Novels  Poetry  Songs SPM Oct 2009
  • 6. Culinary & Physical ARTS  Culinary  ART of Cooking  Physical  Sports SPM Oct 2009
  • 7. Appreciating ARTS  Visual  Visual Elements: Line, Shape, Texture, Value, Colour & Space  Design Principles: Harmony, Variety & Contrast, Balance, Movement, Dominance  Artistic Styles: Realism, Impressionism, Expressionism, Surre alism  Performing & Language  Does it move you?  Do you get the message from the artist(s)? SPM Oct 2009
  • 8. Appreciating ARTS SPM Oct 2009
  • 9. Movement & Illusion SPM Oct 2009
  • 10. Realism SPM Oct 2009
  • 11. Impressionism SPM Oct 2009 Claude Monet, 1872, Impression -Sunrise
  • 12. Expressionism The Scream by Edward Munch, 1893 SPM Oct 2009
  • 13. Surrealism SPM Oct 2009
  • 14. Appreciating ARTS  Culinary  Colour, Smell, Taste, Theme  Physical  Do you enjoy the game? SPM Oct 2009
  • 15. Appreciating ARTS  Who  Well-off  Educated  Old  Why  Heighten Awareness  Boredom  Exposure  Peer Pressure/Social Class SPM Oct 2009
  • 16. Appreciating ARTS  Barriers  Exclusivity  Difficult to Comprehend  Expensive SPM Oct 2009
  • 17. Appreciating ARTS in SPore SPM Oct 2009
  • 18. Appreciating ARTS in SPore SPM Oct 2009
  • 19. Appreciating ARTS in SPore SPM Oct 2009
  • 20. Appreciating ARTS in SPore SPM Oct 2009
  • 21. ARTS Supply  Artists  Commercial  Subsidized (e.g. SAF Music & Dance Company)  Venues  Commercial or Subsidized  Receiving or Producing  www.esplanade.com.sg  www.vch.org.sg SPM Oct 2009
  • 22. What is ENTERTAINMENT?  Event, Performance or Activity designed to give PLEASURE or RELAXATION  Active or Passive Participation SPM Oct 2009
  • 23. ART versus ENTERTAINMENT  What is ART?  Act or Product?  3 Schools of Thought SPM Oct 2009
  • 24. ART versus ENTERTAINMENT  1st School: All ART is entertaining but not all ENTERTAINMENT is ART ENTERTAINMENT ART  But not all art entertains, what one finds enjoyable may seem boring to another SPM Oct 2009
  • 25. ART versus ENTERTAINMENT  2nd School: ART & ENTERTAINMENT are not mutually exclusive ENTERTAINMENT ART  Area of overlap pertains to PERFORMING ARTS SPM Oct 2009
  • 26. ART versus ENTERTAINMENT  3RD School: ART & ENTERTAINMENT are mutually exclusive ENTERTAINMENT ART Enjoyment Refinement Public Tastes Novel Predictable Stimulation Short-Term Impact Inspirational Audience Driven SPM Oct 2009 Artist Driven Commercialisation Enlightenment
  • 27. Resources & Reading List  Howard Hughes (2000). Arts, Entertainment and Tourism. Chapter 1&2. Oxford: Butterworth Heinemann.  Mark Getlein (2002). Gilbert’s Living with Art. Chapter 4&5. Boston: McGraw-Hill.  Howell Jr.,W.J. (1973). Art Versus Entertainment in the Mass Media: (A Model for Classroom Discussion). Education, 94(2), 177-181  National Arts Council. (2008). Arts Statistics. Retrieved October 18, 2008, from National Arts Council Website:http://www.nac.gov.sg/sta/sta01.asp  Wikipedia. (2007). The Arts. Retrieved October 2, 2007 from Wikipedia Website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_arts SPM Oct 2009
  • 28. Tutorial (Oct 26 to 30)  In groups of no more than 4:  Attend a current visual art exhibition. Share with the class your understanding of the artist, the visual elements, design principles and artistic styles he/she has adopted in the exhibition. Do load up pictures/videos (if permitted) with short reflections on Facebook tutorial groups prior to tutorial class; and  Research on the arts venue available locally and classify them into commercial, subsidized, receiving and/or producing venues. SPM Oct 2009