What is art

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What is art

  1. 1. What is Art?An introduction to the concept of art
  2. 2. Objectives of the Activity• Determine a definition of art• Decide what is art and what is not art• Define terms related to the viewing ofart• Examine two images critically
  3. 3. Individually answer the followingquestions:• What is art?• What are different types of art?• How does art influence society?• Why is art important?• What sort of messages do art have?
  4. 4. Now in your small groups discussthese questions:• What is art?• What are different types of art?• How does art influence society?• Why is art important?• What sort of messages do art have?
  5. 5. Image #1• Is this art? Why orwhy not? Whatelements does ithave or not have?
  6. 6. Image #2• Is this art? Why orwhy not? Whatelements does ithave or not have?
  7. 7. Image #3• Is this art? Why orwhy not? Whatelements does ithave or not have?
  8. 8. Image #4• Is this art? Why orwhy not? Whatelements does ithave or not have?
  9. 9. Image #5• Is this art? Why orwhy not? Whatelements does ithave or not have?
  10. 10. Image #6• Is this art? Why or why not? What elementsdoes it have or not have?
  11. 11. Art makes use of the followingthings• Perspective• Light• Color• Form• Motion• Proportion• Symbols• Lines
  12. 12. The Peasant Dance, Pieter Bruegel the ElderWhat are some of the elementsseen here?
  13. 13. • Light• Perspective• Movement• Color• Form• Proportion• Symbolism• LinesThe Peasant Dance, Pieter Bruegel the ElderLooking @ Art
  14. 14. What aresome of theelements seenhere?
  15. 15. •Light•Perspective•Movement•Color•Form•Proportion•SymbolismLooking @ ArtGiovanni Arnolfini and His BrideJan Van Eyck, 1434

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