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  1. Assumptions and Nature of Arts : Creativity and Imagination
  2. Learning Outcomes At the end of this module, you should be able to: 1.Define and explain art according from different philosopher 2.Categorize works of art by citing personal experiences 3.Characterize the assumptions of the Art
  3. THE ARTS : WHAT IS IT ? “Ars” which mean skill (the faculty of what is devised) an expression of idea, experience or skill
  4. ART Art came from the latin word “artis/ars” which means “to made/to create” Art is …..  a piece of you  a form of communication
  5. ART  An expression of your creative imagination
  6. ART An expression of BEAUTY A combination of one’s creativity (doing something that has value/purpose) and imagination (being limitless)
  7. NATURE OF ART A material that is considered to be BEAUTIFUL / “OBRA MAESTRA” can be best selling
  8. NATURE OF ART A material that is considered to be BEAUTIFUL / “OBRA MAESTRA” can be ground breaking
  9. NATURE OF ART A material that is considered to be BEAUTIFUL / “OBRA MAESTRA” has a symbolic meaning
  10. NATURE OF ART A material that is considered to be BEAUTIFUL / “OBRA MAESTRA” is inherently beautiful
  11. Some definitions of art according to philosophers: Art is that which brings life in harmony with the beauty of the world.-Plato Art is the whole spirit of man.-Ruskin Art is the medium by which the artist communicates himself to his fellows.- Charleton Noyes Art is anything made or done by man that affects or moves us so that we see or feel beauty in it.-Collins and Riley
  12. ASSUMPTIONS OF ART Art is Universal Art is Cultural Art is not nature Art as Experience Art is Expression
  13. ART IS UNIVERSAL  Art is a universal phenomenon and is as old as a human being. Every society has its art, which is encouraged and molded by the patronage it gets from its members. Artists as members of society create such works of art by the existing relations in society.
  14. ART IS CULTURAL  Art influences society by changing opinions, instilling values, and translating experiences across space and time. Research has shown art affects the fundamental sense of self. Painting, sculpture, music, literature, and the other arts are often considered to be the repository of a society's collective memory.
  15. ART IS NOT NATURE  Art is not natural because by common consent people are not natural for many purposes. ... people are 100% nature and yet more unlike the rest of nature than anything else on earth. So, the things people make are considered not natural in any context that smacks of machine or tool assistance or knowledge in the making.
  16. The notion of "Art as experience" implies that the creation of art must be something of personal and knowledgeable value. In this conception of art, the creator must have intimate or a subjective link with their creation for both to have validity ART AS EXPERIENCE
  17. ART IS EXPRESSION  Art, at its root, is an expression and the artist is an expresser, translating to create meaning. Art expresses and translates, art acknowledges and reveals, art transfers and art intervenes. Art is an expression—an expression of feeling, belief, and character.
  18. Categories of Art Visual something one appreciates through the sense of sight; appealing to the eye Graphic – two dimensional Ex: painting, drawing sketches, illustrations Plastic – three dimensional Ex: architecture, sculpture
  19. Categories of Art Performing  an art which is a product of talent and skills into performing Ex: theater (acting/drama), dancing, singing
  20. Categories of Art Literary  a written art Ex: prose – an ordinary form of writing Poetry – a written art that is particular into rhyming of words, line, and stanzas that uses figurative languages
  21. Categories of Art Applied  the application of design and decoration to everyday objects to make them aesthetically appealing. Ex: film making, photography, fashion design
  22. Nature, people, emotion, places, animals, events, saints, churches, child, fruits, toys, landscapes, seascapes, religions, etc. DIFFERENT SUBJECTS OF ART
  23. The Artists Task shows the relationship of man to the environment create places for human purpose create extraordinary version of ordinary objects record and commemorate give tangible form of the unknown
  24. Conclusion Art is TIMELESS Art is always an EXPERIENCE
  25. ASSESSMENT  Choose one artwork under each category that you are familiar with. Cite a Filipino artwork related to the type you choose and answer the question provided. Why you chose it? Relate it to the topic that has been discussed. Write it on an 8.5 x 11 paper in Microsoft Word (Left indent, Arial 12, Sentence case, Double space, Justify (alignment). Upload your document in our Google classroom. MOVIE, NOVEL, POEM, MUSIC, ARCHITECTURAL STRUCTURE, CLOTHING
  26. REFERENCES Canoy, F. (2019, October 9). SCRIBD. Retrieved from Assumptions and Nature of Arts - Creativity, Imagination, And Expression: Arts-Creativity-Imagination-And-Expression Caslib. (n.d.). Art Appreciation. Manila: REX Printing. Smith, A. (n.d.). Quora. Retrieved from Wolfe, M. (2019, August 28). SCRIBD. Retrieved from .