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  • Unity and Art

    1. 1. THE ARTS AND UNITY
    2. 2. Unity in Art 2
    3. 3. .... a characteristic common to all great works of art,namely that each work is a thing or rather, an experiencecomplete in itself from which nothing can be taken awayand to which nothing can be added.
    4. 4. .... a characteristic common to all great works of art, namely that each work is a thing or rather, an experience complete in itself from which nothing can be taken away and to which nothing can be added.For completeness, that characteristic of being a self containedwhole, is simply another name for the principle of unity;and .............every work of art strives to be a unified experience, ....
    5. 5. Illusion and Art E.H. Gombrinch 5
    6. 6. ‘‘Why is it that different ages anddifferent nations have represented thevisible world in such different ways?’’ 6
    7. 7. The artist ‘‘begins not withhis visual impression butwith his idea or concept’’ 7
    8. 8. “The artist adjusts this idea to fit, aswell as it can, the object, landscape,or person before him or her.” 8
    9. 9. Unity in Duality 9
    10. 10. Unity in Duality Reality
    11. 11. Unity in DualityRealityinterdependentfluctuating phenomenon
    12. 12. Unity in DualityReality Mind meets object Influence of Mind Transforms object
    13. 13. Unity in Duality Reality becomes Our Reality
    14. 14. Cultural Unity 14
    15. 15. Cultural Unity...the creations of art heightens hisfeelings of identification, of which everycultural unit stands in so much need, byproviding an occasion for sharing highlyvalued emotional experiences.” from Freud’sTheory of Culture: Eros, Loss and Politics 15
    16. 16. Global Unity and the Arts
    17. 17. Global Unity and the ArtsThe simple truth is that there is one sphere in which there isno need for "transition" to a global society. For that societyis already here, has been from the beginning and will bealways: that is, the world of the arts of the imagination.By Kathleen Raine Art by Chen Shaoxiong, Anti Terrorism Variety,
    18. 18. Unity in the ArtsShakespeare and the Dance by WALTER SORELL 18
    19. 19. And where Shakespeare invisioned song and dance,as in the fairy scenes and in Oberons and Titaniasfinale, Elizabethan music, used incidentally, or suchmodern equivalent as Carl Orifs score, will add,through their flavor of remoteness, to the moonlitnight and its many dreams. Then these fairy toys,held against the footlights with a loving and knowinghand, will turn into stage reality and make a greatdream of a great poet come true. 19
    20. 20. Art Tells A Story
    21. 21. Art Tells A Story•To make sense of our lives in a world that often defies logic.
    22. 22. Art Tells A Story•To make sense of our lives in a world that often defies logic.•The most important story is our story
    23. 23. Art Tells A Story•To make sense of our lives in a world that often defies logic.•The most important story is our story•The wonder of being human is that we are all different
    24. 24. Art Tells A Story•To make sense of our lives in a world that often defies logic.•The most important story is our story•The wonder of being human is that we are all different•Our stories, no matter how similar fork and diverge.
    25. 25. Art Tells A Story•To make sense of our lives in a world that often defies logic.•The most important story is our story•The wonder of being human is that we are all different•Our stories, no matter how similar fork and diverge.•Our stories, no matter how similar fork and diverge.•Looking for those differences help us to define ourselves.
    26. 26. Story Creates Unity•
    27. 27. Story Creates Unity by allowing artists to express themselves in the modality at• which they excel. Telling one story over and over finding new audiences across time and cultures.
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    31. 31. Prometheus Busted(Michael Martin Murphey) *based on the Greek play, "Prometheus Bound". Prometheus was a good friend of Zeus But he stole that heavenly fire He gave it away to the people they say People were his hearts desire He couldnt be trusted So Zeus had him busted Bound him to a rock with a chain Lord Zeus has his ways He can drive a man crazy By leaving him out in the rain Prometheus got busted
    32. 32. The End

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