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Chapter1 what is art su2013


Art Appreciation, Chapter 1 Exploring Art,

Art Appreciation, Chapter 1 Exploring Art,

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  • 1. Welcome to Art AppreciationArts 1301-65001Cristina MedinaProfessor of Visual Arts
  • 2. GET TOGETHER Find at least 2 other people with samecolor clothing as you have on. Groups of at least 3 to 4 members There must be both genders in yourgroup.
  • 3. Introductions Tell your group members, “I’m glad you’rehere!” Introduce Yourself, write your groupmembers’ names down Major and goals in life Each person must know the other’s nameand how to spell it Random selection
  • 4. Expected Group Behaviors Help Others Learn Encourage Participation Listen with Care Participate Actively Observation by instructor The group is ready when everyone canpresent the material, random selection.
  • 5.  Each group will receive portions of thesyllabus Groups will work together to decideunder which category the portionbelongs to Tape the portion underneath the correctsection
  • 6.  Give your groupmembers a high-fiveand thank them fortheir cooperation andattention!!!!!!!
  • 7. Art is not what you see, butwhat you make others see.-Edgar Degas
  • 8. Chapter 1: A Human Phenomenon What is art? What are some ways to approach adefinition of art?
  • 9. What is art? No one definition applies for all times andplaces. “Art is a primarily visual medium thatexpresses ideas about our humanexperience and the world around us.”-Lazzari and Schlesier, Exploring Art
  • 10. →Assists in rituals→Reflects customs→Communicates→Helps us imaginethe divine→Commemorates the dead→Glorifies the state→Protests politicaland social→Celebrates warand conquest→Promotes cohesion→Records likenesses→Educates usFunctions of ArtFunctions of Art
  • 11. What is artWhat is art for whomfor whom andandwhenwhen??→Art is whatever asociety or a culturesays is art.→Not a universal or fixeddefinition.→Fluctuates, becausecultures are alive andchanging.
  • 13. CONTENT The art’s imagery It’s surroundings where it is used ordisplayed Its symbolic meaning The customs, beliefs, and values of theculture that uses it Text incorporated in work, or writingsabout work
  • 14. What defines beauty…? Groups: work together to answer theabove question. WHO defines beauty?
  • 15. Aesthetics: Art and Beauty→a branch of philosophydealing with art, its sources,forms, and effects.→goes beyond individual tastesor preferences.→is a critical reflection on art.→reflects the culture’spreferences.
  • 16. Beauty Is Subjective• Subjective: full ofpersonal emotionsand feelings• Objective: free ofpersonal feelings oremotion; hence,without bias
  • 17. Conventions of Beauty"Venus of Villendorf" 10.000-15.000 b.c.
  • 18. The Artist’s Response to theWorldCREATING ART→Perception - focused and concentrated looking.→Response - reflects the artists’ responses to their lifeexperiences and the world around them.→Expression - art is the expression of the artist’sperception and response.
  • 19. CATEGORIES OF VISUAL ARTS Fine art Popular culture Kitsch
  • 20. STYLE CATEGORIES Naturalistic, Representational Idealized Abstract Expressive or expressionist Nonobjective Cultural style Artist Style
  • 21. Naturalism Fully representational with specific details
  • 22. Realism Representational but emphasizes theemotional not specific
  • 23. Semi Abstraction Partly representational but simplified andrearranged.
  • 24. Objective Abstraction Based on a physical object but simplifiedand rearranged so that it appearsnonobjective.
  • 25. Non Objective Abstraction Started without any reference to aphysical object. Based on pure design.
  • 26. Vincent Van GoghStarry NightSaint Remy, June 1889Oil on canvas, 29 x 36 1/4"
  • 27. What affects your view of art? Gender Culture Nationality Geographic location Ethnicity Spiritual beliefs Socio-economic backgrd Political beliefs Personal experiences
  • 28. How you respondto a work of arttellsmore about youthan it does aboutthe work of art.
  • 29. Recap Definition of art Functions of art Beauty Aesthetics Categories of Style Artist Style: Van Gogh
  • 30. Activity 1: A Human Phenomenon The goal: write about art, using terminology and conceptslearned from the chapter reading be able to connect the material from the readingto the video or article presented in the activitythat may be from an outside source Prepares you for future assignments.
  • 31. Use Chapter 1 reading and vocabulary to helpconstruct the answer for this assignment. View the images and content on the followingwebsite, and answer in paragraph format the followingquestions: a. What is the function of this artwork? b. Describe the visual form. c. Describe the specific content of this artwork. d. Explain the style of art category it could fall under.
  • 32. Wrap Up Thank your for being here. Questions? Thank your group members. See you next time!