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live theater and film, performances that appear live on tv and video recordings.
Involve audience of listeners
Space and visual arts
(1564-1616) English playwright, actor, and poet. Recognized as the greatest writer in English history and the world's most celebrated dramatist.
Tragedy plays by shakespeare
Hamlet, Julius Caesar, King Lear, Macbeth, Othello, Romeo and Juliet
History Plays by Shakespeare
Henry V, Henry VIII, King John, Richard II, Richard III
Comedy Plays by Shakespeare
All's Well That Ends Well, As You Like It, The Comedy of Errors, The Merchant of Venice, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Much Ado About Nothing, Taming of the Shrew
What was the style of Elizabethan theater of the 16th century
Shakespeare's advice on acting urged _________, rather than being too theatrical
(1863-1938)- major influence on modern acting. Russian stage actor and director who developed the naturalistic performance technique, Stanislavski method.
What key word was popular to the 18th century
What key word was popular to the 20th century?
What key word was popular to the 19th century?
What brought text to life in the 20th century?
: a formal style of dance that puts great emphasis on the method and execution of movement.
stresses high extensions and dynamic turns
focuses more on fast and intricate footwork.
dancing on the tips of fully extended feet.
keeping the head, shoulders, and hips vertically aligned
completing movements with legs rotated outward
- combining proper posture and lifting of the muscles to increase turnout and enhance alignment (to improve the quality of turns).
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky-
composer of the late Romantic Period, composed Swan Lake (1875) and The Nutcracker (1892)
How many acts was swan lake divided into??
Reading Club, acrylic on panel, early 1980s
Edwin Lex Shipley
Untitled, acrylic on canvas, late 1980s
pencil holder, painted found object(melted plastic), 1980s
James Smith Pierce
- (1930-2010), photographs were widely used in John Beardsley's book, Gardens of Revelation: Environments by Visionary Artists (1995). Collector/scholar of folk and outsider art when he was an art history professor at University of Kentucky. He filmed with a super 8 camera. Talked on the phone with students in Art Jones' class 7 months before his death. UND negotiated the acquisition his large and important collection of photographic materials, films, and audio recordings (many of the 70s and 80s). There are 10,000 carefully-boxed color slides, 20,000 loose slides that haven't been organized
what we teach at UND. Picasso and Matisse are examples
Henri Matisse. Harmony in Red, 1908
traditional forms and techniques passed down from one generation to another in communities and families. Folk art would include objects made for community or family use that reveal strong connections to a people's traditions. ex. Quilts
Rauschenberg's Bed 1955
quilt that has paint splattered at the top
Self taught art
art isn't folk art or fine art, it has been labeled as: contemporary folk art, unschooled art, primitive painting, naive art, grass roots art, eccentric visionary art, isolated art
Made by the insane
Made by people who are in prison
art of crudeness or rawness, clownishness and/or simplicity. term coined by Jean Dubuffet in mid 1940s.
- term by Roger Cardinal in 1972, is applied to individuals who are usually self-taught and stand apart from the institutions and standards of the art establishment
usually professionally trained and their work is often more refined and skillfully crafted.
type of self-taught art- visual recordings that relate to nostalgia and life experiences. Ex. Chief White Bull Manuscript, Lakota, 1931, Emily Lunde-Artist from this area
Dubuffet and art brut
Dubuffet's interest in art by the insane was first stimulated in 1923 by Hans Prinzhorn's book, Artistry of the Mentally Ill (1922), developed a collection in the 1940s, The Art Brut Society was founded in 1948. First exhibition was held in paris in 1949-included over 200 works and an exhibition catalog with an essay by Dubuffet entitled "Art Brut in Preference to the Cultural Arts." Art Brut Society disbanded in 1951 and reestablish in 1962. Collection de L'Art Brut was permanently established in Lausanne, Switzerland in 1975
(19th century-mid 20th century) ex: Cesare Lombroso. Genius and Madness (1864): concept of genius as immoral insanity included the artist as a degenerate type based on the study of works by psychiatric patients.
Greek philosopher, Plato.
-later, in the Italian High Renaissance (early 16th century), the concept of "artistic genius" involved belief in divine inspiration too.
-modern psychology: right brain concept
-in general, many people think that creative artists think differently than they do and that they are a bit strange in contrast to the mainstream.
What were people thoughts on artist's over the centuries??
Who began to collect works by patients for diagnostic and psychiatric research purposes in the late 19th century.
held public exhibitions of art by the insane.
opened at a hospital in France (1905).
Art of the mad
first book to address the art of mentally ill patients in artistic terms (1907)
A mentally ill person as an artist
Walter Morgenthaler 1921 book, a monograph on the quintessential outsider artist, Adolf Wolfli- music note art.
T.A Hay (1892-1988)
Born in Clinton County, Kentucky
-Grew up on his family's farm
-At 15 or 16 he "got rambling in head and left home"
-Hoboed while exploring the country
-During World War I, Hay served in the US Army and was assigned duties as a map sketcher for the British military.
-Prior to the war, he was sent to England to learn front-line map sketching
-Learned how to finger-paint with mud.
-Got wounded while fighting in France and returned to Kentucky at end of war and got married.
-After wife died he moved into a seven-room house by himself and covered the walls with wood/farming art
the treatment of light and shade in drawing and painting invented by Da Vinci
the technique of allowing tones and colors to shade gradually into one another, producing softened outlines or hazy forms. Invented by Da Vinci
Style and inventiveness
Artworks might be qualitatively assessed in regard to stylistic techniques and innovations.
Concept (or idea) is important in all art. Some art might be purely based on concept (as in "Conceptual Art"). This type of art can be problematic to assess qualitatively.
among the leading composers of the post World War II avant-garde. He was a radical innovator in music who introduced new approaches to harmony and relied heavily of elements of chance, "real life" sounds, and improvisation.
Often collaborated with visual artists, such as neo-dadaists Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns, and with modern-dance choreographer Merce Cunningham.
4'33. 4 Minutes and 33 seconds of silence where the you focus on the sounds around you
what the mind knows"or what is stored in the brain (or imagination). "Left-brain" approach"
"what the eye sees." involves an immediate visual sensation that is not related to what is stored in the brain (nor is it based on imagination).
Center of the Western Art World
Before WWII, Paris was the ______
: the first major artistic development in the U.S. to receive international acclaim as a unique American contribution to world art. Remained dominant until the early 1960s. Ex: Jackson Pollock, Lavender Mist: Looks like splattered paint
viewed Abs. Expr. as an extension of earlier European modernism, growing out of Picasso's art, etc.
viewed the more gestural side of Abs. Expr. as a uniquely American approach that was detached from anything that had preceded it.
Action painting was coined by??
deKooning and Pollock
Who were some action painters??
(1912-1956): most famous Abs.Expr. painter
-Philosophically, he was affected by the writings of Carl Jung (Jungian psychology)-and Jung's emphasis on the archetype and inherited memory.
-Executed his paintings on the floor, poured paint without touching the canvas with his brush
(1904-1997) Abs.Expr. painter who never fully abandoned his preoccupations with the figure. His best-known works were the paintings that comprised his Woman Series, which even included a portrait of Marilyn Monroe.
(1903-1970) represents a different approach than the other two. His paintings consisted of fuzzy-edged, softly painted, rectangular shapes floating on contrasting color grounds.
Lee Krasner, Helen Frankenthaler
Who were some women abstract expressionist??
What years were considered "pre-pop art" times?
What years were considered "Pop" art times
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