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  1. The Importance Of Art In Art Words | 7 Pages. Art is one of the most expressive ways humans communicate. Although verbal argument is one of more well known ways to get ideas across, I now realize art in persuasion can give a barometer for the political climate going on around us.
  2. It is not that important. Students are forced to do arts that 1. Won’t help much when they become adults 2. Some students doesn’t like doing it but they are forced to. I think you should give them a chance to choose whether to do art or not, Not forcing them to waste their time on something that they won’t use in the future and has no.
  3. Abstract: The dance performance of geisha was one of the leading popular entertainments in the first half of the 20th century. Among these geisha dances, the Miyako Odori (都をどり), an annual dance performance of geisha of Gion, Kyoto, was the most powerful stage performance, which could regularly draw almost five thousand spectators a day.
  4. space of important realizations in the identity construction of the human being and that everyday life is the main key of identity and modern culture. These affirmations were the reason why the ideals, sensations and priorities that drive the young people that dance Hip Hop were taken in consideration at the moment of study.
  5. Folk dance, generally, a type of dance that is a vernacular, usually recreational, expression of a historical or contemporary culture. The term ‘folk dance’ was accepted until the midth century. Then this and other categories of dance were questioned and their distinctions became subject to debate.
  6. The end of World War II was a pivotal moment in world history and by extension the history of art. Many European artists had come to America during the s to escape fascist regimes, and years of warfare had left much of Europe in ruins. In this context New York City emerged as the most important cultural center in the West.
  7. Mar 18,  · The term anti-art goes back to Dadaism () and describes an art of nonsense. When there was a general mood of optimism at the beginning of the 20th century, numerous avant-garde and abstract trends emerged in the visual arts, literature an.
  8. This message is one of so-called ‘anti-art’. What gives the work its power is that it is not art; but that, at the same time, it is art. The urinal, as we have seen, was chosen by Duchamp precisely because it was antithetical to the basic ideas of art in the early 20th century.

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