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  Humanities    –  are academic disciplines that study the human condition, are academic disciplines that study human culture, using methods that are primarily analytical, critical,  orspeculative, and having a significant historical element,   as distinguished from the mainly empirical approaches of the natural sciences.  Art   - is a diverse range of  human activities and the products of those activities; this article focuses primarily on the visual arts, which includes the creation of images or objects in fields including painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, and other visual media. Non-motivated functions of art -are those that are integral to being human.   Basic human instinct for harmony, balance, rhythm.    Experience of the mysterious.   Expression of the imagination.   Ritualistic and symbolic functions. Motivated functions of art - Refer to intentional,   conscious actions on the part of the artists or creator.     Communication ex.map     Art as entertainment      The Avante-Garde.Art for political change.Art movements that had this goal — Dadaism, Surrealism, Russian Constructivism, and Abstract Expressionism, among others — are collectively referred to as the avante-gardearts.       Art for psychological and healing purposes       Art for social causes       Art for propaganda, or commercialism       Art as a fitness indicator    Subject of art - It is varied. It may refer to any person, object, scene or event represented in work of art.  Representational (objective arts)    –  arts that have subjects. Non-representational (non-objective arts)    –  those that do not have subjects. It does not present descriptions, stories, or references to identifiable objects or symbols. Subjects of Art Ways of presenting the Subject(3 major styles of art)   Realism  –  very real, the manner or presenting the subject depends to a large extent on the interest, imagination, creativity, and purpose of the artist. Abstraction  – draw away from the srcinal, is a technique of simplifying and reorganizing objects and elements according to the artist’s creative expressions.  Distortion    –  they changed the presentation, is a technique employed by the artist to dramatize the shape of a figure to create an emotional effect. Sources of Art Subjects (another sub. of art) Landscapes  –  observing the beauty of physical environment. Still-life  –  to illustrate their beauty when touched by the painters . Animals  –  the vigor and grace of animals in motion have captured painters’ imagination and sculptors’ imagination, too.   Legends and Life of the Saints    –  many stories about them have been told w/c have found their way into the arts. Church Rituals & Religious Activities  –  have great influence on language and speech patterns. Styles of Art    Cubism  –  geometric form    Expressionism  –  express his feeling in his works    Impressionism  - style of painting is characterized chiefly by concentration on the general impression produced by a scene or object and the use of unmixed primary colors and small strokes to simulate actual reflected light.      Pointillism    –  made by dots    Pop Art  –  comic script    Primitivism    –  done by the child/simple    Surrealism    –  dreams/fantasy    Symbolism    –   symbolism is derived from the word symbol which derives from the Latin symbolum , a symbol of faith, and symbolus , a sign of recognition,      Futurism    –  life in city/machines
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