Blackboard chapter 15 art

Blackboard chapter 15 art - Chapter 15 Art What We Will...

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Chapter 15 Art
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What We Will Learn How do anthropologists define the arts? What are the various functions of art in society? How do music and dance reflect other aspects of a culture?
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Cross Cultural Definition of Art Art Should …. 1. The artistic process should be creative, playful, and enjoyable and need not be concerned with the practicality or usefulness of the object being produced. 2. From the perspective of the consumer, art should produce an emotional response. 3. Art should be transformational.
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Cross Cultural Definition of Art Art Should …. 4. Art should communicate information by being representational. 5. Art implies that the artist has developed a certain level of technical skill not shared equally by all people in a society.
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Art This painting, Sea Swing, was one of many paintings by artist Jonathan Green which was combined with dance and music by the Columbia (SC) City Ballet in their 2005 performance entitled “Off the Wall and Onto the Stage.”
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Tattooing In parts of Polynesia, full-body tattooing is considered a significant form of art.
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Functions of Art Emotional Gratification for the Individual Contributes to Social Integration Social Control Preserving or Challenging the Status Quo
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Liberation Theater A type of theatrical production using high levels of audience participation and aimed at bringing about social change.
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