INTEGRATIVE ART AS APPLIED TO CONTEMPORARY ART-Ethnic.pptx...

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INTEGRATIVE ARTAS APPLIED TO CONTEMPORARY ART
DEFINITION OF TERMS1. ARTS •.Something that is created with imagination and skill and that is beautiful or that expresses important ideas or feelings•.The expression or appreciation of human creative skill and imagination•.Its origin came from: a.Aryan root AR, meaning to put togetherb.2 Greek words, ARTIZEIN(to prepare) & ARKISKEIN (to put together)c.Latin terms ARS, ARTIS (everything that is artificially made or composed by man)
2. CONTEMPORARYa.Existing or occurring at the present timeb. Kontemporaneo (UP Diksyonaryong Filipino) : nabibilang o umiiral sa kasalukuyang panahon ; sumusunod sa modernong ideya o modang estilo o disenyo c.In vernacular English, it is synonymous with the word modern
3. CONTEMPORARY ARTSa. Art produced at the present period in timeb. Art of today, produced by artists who are living in the 21stcenturyc. Refers to the recent & current practice of art ranging from the 1970’s up to the present
4. INTEGRATIVE ARTSa. Integrating : to bring together or incorporate [parts] into a wholeb. Integrated : in arts, used to denote integration of the arts experience into the learning process c. Integrated Arts Practice : refers to the inter – disciplinary art, art research, development, production, presentation, or artistic creation of work that fully uses 2 or more art disciplines to create a work for a specific audience (e.g. music & drama = opera)
PHILIPPINE CONTEMPORARY ARTThe Philippine Contemporary Art is divided into seven (7) major forms namely :Visual ArtsLiteratureMusicTheater DanceArchitectureFilm
The development of Philippine Art comes in three (3) major traditions namely :Ethnic Tradition (Pre – Colonial )Spanish Colonial TraditionAmerican Colonial and Contemporary TraditionThe Philippine Art has its unique characteristics based on its period of development.
ETHNIC TRADITION (PRE – COLONIAL PERIOD : 6185 BC – 1520 AD)MAJOR TRADITIONS IN PHILIPPINE ART
The location and experiences of the Filipinos were the major factors in art productionIn terms of visual arts – POTTERY, WEAVING, WOOD CARVING & METAL CRAFTING were dominating, making use of the available materials surrounding them.
Pottery: stands among one of the most ancient artsa. Manunggul Jar excavated in Manunggul Cave in Palawan circa 8thcentury B.C. This large burial jar has a cover showing 2 men rowing a boat, suggesting the belief among early Filipinos in an afterlife across a mythical body of water.
b. In later years, it is more associated with objects with daily use such as the palayok(clay pot) for cooking, banga (clay jar)for storing drinking water, asinan(salt container), tapayan(liquid container) for fermenting basior sugarcane wine or curingbagoong(small fish or shrimps preserved in brine)Brine – a mixture of salty water used especially to preserve or add flavor to the foodc. In Ilocos, the making of burnaypottery continues as a lively traditiond. Materials – clay & sand mixed by carabao feet trudging round and round for 6 hours
Burnay
Fidel Go1990 GAMABA Awardee, one of the notable pottersin Vigan

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