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LECTURE_2,08 - the 1900’s to assimilate immigrants and...

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Some Definitions Denote: To mean, signify explicitly Connote: To suggest or convey through associations,overtones,etc… • USAGE Connote does not mean the same as denote . Denote refers to the literal, primary meaning of something; connote refers to other characteristics suggested or implied by that thing. Thus, one might say that the word 'mother' denotes a woman who is a parent but connotes qualities such as 'protection' and 'affection.'
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“The thing about objectivity is that in most cases it’s subjective.”- Woody Allen
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The arts were taught in public schools in the 1900’s to
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Unformatted text preview: the 1900’s to assimilate immigrants and make better factory workers. Morals-Ethics J.S. Bach 1685-1750 (Baroque Composer) • FOLK ART: Primitive, direct reflection of culture, technique not a priority. • POPULAR ART: Entertainment, created for $, throw away products. • FINE ART: Multi-layered meanings, intense training, historical awareness. Henri Cartier-Bresson 1908-2004 Basic Actions of Art MAKING THINGS WITH MEANING-quality of process. EXPLORING WHAT OTHERS HAVE DONE-making connections-first impressions might be second rate....
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