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Humanities
Refer to the arts(visual arts)
architecture, painting , performing arts
why to study humanities?
understand others
equality of culture
make word
teach empathy
why things out
unity, critical reading
think creatively develop
Art
comes from the italian word, artis means craftmaship, skill, mastery of form, invemtiveness and the association that exist between fo and ideas and between material and techniques
To join or put together
comes from the aryan root ar
to prepare
greek word artizein
put together
arkiskein
ability or skill
ars (latin word)
sensous medium
art is concerened with the communication of certain ideas and feelings by means of a sensous medium (color, sound , bronze , marble , words and film)
Art history
the study of objects of art in their historical development and stylistic contexts
4 common essentials of art
man made
creative, not immitative
benefit and satisfy men and make use of it in practical terms
expressed through a certain medium or material by which the artist communicates himself to his fellows
Iconography
the visual images and symbols used in a work of art or the study or interpretation of these.
People create works
to evoke people
cultural
adornment
tell a story
to capture historical events and people
to show artistic skill
art appreciation
interpret or understand arts
creativity
bringing something new into being. need passion and commitment
Assumption Art
universal
cultural
not nature
involves experience
visual arts
seen and which occupy space
drawing
is a form of visual art in which a person uses various drawing instruments to mark paper or another two dimensional medium
Pencil
pencil leads graphite are graded in different degrees of hardness or softness ( soft pencils for granular surfaces)
Ink
India ink ( in liquid form)
Chinese ink ( comes in solid sticks that are dissolved in water before used)
Charcoal
a carbonaceous material obtained by heating wood or other organic matter in the absence of air
soft charchoal
produce darkest value
hardest charcoal
lightest tone
Bistre
pigment with brownish colour derived from soot
crayons
pieces of colored wax used to draw
Silverpoint
A stylus made of silver, used in drawing in the 14th and 15th centuries because of the fine line it produced and the sharp point it maintained.
painting
practice of creating meaningful effects on a flat surface by the use of pigments
Watercolor or Aquarelle
a painting method in which the paints are made of pigments suspended in a water based solution.
Gouache
is an opaque watercolor painting, the major effects of which are caused by the whitepaper itslef
fresco
is a technique of mural painting executed upon freshly laid or wet lime plaster.
Tempera or egg tempera
is a permanent, fast drying painting medium consisting of colored pigments mixed with a water soluble binder medium, usually glutinous material such as egg yolk.
pastel
is a stick of dried paste made of pigment ground with chalk and compunded with gum water.
encaustic or hot wax painting
heated beeswax
metal tools
oil
is the process of painting with pigments with a medium of drying oil as the binder.
acrylic
is a fast drying paint made of pigment suspended in acrylic polymer emulsion
printmaking
is the process of creating artworks by printing, normally on paper.
Lithography
the process of printing from a flat surface treated so as to repel the ink except where it is required for printing.
mosaic
is the art of putting together small pieces of colored stones or glass called tesseate to create an image.
stained glass
is made by combining small pieces of colored glass, held together by bands of lead.
tapesty
is a fabric produced by hand weaving colored threads upon a warp
sculpture
statue or other free-standing piece of art made of clay, stone, or other materials. ( carving)
Sculpture Materials
stone
jade
ivory
metal
plaster
clay
glass
wood
architcture
the science of building
Purpose of architecture
physical
emotional
intellctual
psychosocial
factors in the choice and use of architectual materials
structural property
physical property
weakness of the material
longevity of the material
other inherent properties
classification of architectural material
materials in nature
manufactured by man
indigenous materials
Indigenous materials
sawali
coco coir
bagasse
abaca
bamboo
palm frond stems
mud bricks
film
also called a movie, motion picture, or photoplay
performing arts
are arts that feature some type of performance for an audience.
(music, dance , theatre arts, literature)
vocal music
is the oldest and most natural form of music
Long vocal forms
opera
cantata
oratario
moro-moro
zarzuela
short voc forms
folk songs
art songs
kundiman
balitaw
anthem
motet
madrigal
ballad
womens voices
soprano, mezzo soprano, alto, contralto
Men's voices
tenor, baritone, bass
instrumental music
sonata
suite
symphony
concerto
chamber music
Types of musical instrument
string
wind
percussio
the properties of musical sound
pitch, duration, volume, timbre, tone color
dance
an art form involving a sequence of rhythmic movements or steps performed to music
Theatre Arts
collaborative form of fine art that uses live performers to present the experience of a real or imagined event in front of a live audience in a specific place. mimesis(actors process of imitating another actors actions)
literature
- written work such as fiction, poetry, or drama
main types of literature
poetry
prose
drama
non fiction
media
poetry
oldest form of literature
Prose
Any writing that is not poetry
drama
any text meant to be performed rather than read
non-fiction
to tell a story or to pass on information and educate the reader about certain facts, ideas, an or issues
media
any work that does not exist primarily as a written text, particulary , relying on recently developed technologies
oral literature
oldest types of literature
applies arts
all the arts that apply design and decoration to everyday objects in order to make them aestethically pleasing
personal
- self expression or gratification
- religion and cultural
-biological function
social
aspects of life
view or experience
social condition
social change
community status
physical
to perform some service
Fijian war club
south pacific
333 islands
happiest people on earth
more styles of native weapon
cannibalism
integrity
consistency
honesty
artistic integrity
The personal value and character trait that you have not plagairized any other artist or used the ideas of any other person without permission in your artwork.
-passion
-never copying
-original not normal
-take a chance
-your life, your thoughts, your courage
proportion in art
the relation based on size between parts or objects with compositin
-human body
(michellangelos david)
Clarity in art
simple
soccinct
straightforward
soulful
snappy
sound
sensible