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DiscussionWhat are the seven da Vincian principles?The seven Da Vincian Principles are the following:1.Curiositaor curiosity, making his insatiable quest for knowledge and continuousimprovement.2.Dimostrazionor demonstration, testing knowledge through personal experiencerather than taking others’ reports for granted.3.Sensazioneorsensation,continued refinementof the senses tosharpen observationandresponse.ART APPRECIATION
P a g e|634.Sfumato.A painting technique employed by Da Vinci to create an ethereal qualityin hiswork, showing his ability to embrace ambiguity and change.5.Arte/scienza. The balance between art and science or the science of art, which hedemonstrated in his whole-brain thinking.6.Coroporalita or “of the body”, representing his belief that a healthy mindrequires a healthy body and the importance of cultivating both fitness andpoise.ART APPRECIATION
P a g e|647.Connessione or connection, for his habit of weaving together multipledisciplines around a single idea, recognizing and appreciating that allpheomena are connected.Assessment tasks:1. How will you apply these principles in making art?2. Short quiz ( to be posted)References1. Gelb, Michael (1998). How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci2. scienceofpeople.com/7-steps-to-genius/ART APPRECIATION
P a g e|65Topic 9APPROPRIATION OF ARTAppropriation has been a common practice throughout history. In the past, ifan apprentice painter needs to hone his skills in his craft, he would be allowed to usehis master’s work to copy. It is as if the apprentice is trying to explore his personalapplication of techniques to something he is more familiar with. However, there aresome people who go to the extreme by believing that copying the exact artwork of anartist and attributing to his own, this could pose a problem especially with authorship.In this module, it discusses the concept of appropriation and the posit five acts ofappropriation.Learning OutcomesUpon completion of this module, the students are expected to:1. Define art appropriation.2. Discuss the posit five (5) acts of cultural appropriation.DiscussionART APPRECIATION
P a g e|66What is art appropriation?Appropriation in Art- It refers to borrowing images that are recognizable from different sources and usingthese borrowed images to make a new art form.- The context of pictures is absolutely integral to their meaning, taking something forone’s own use, typically without permission from, or acknowledgement of, the owner,creator, or culture origin.- Appropriation in art and art history refers to the practice of artists using pre-existingobjects or images in their art with little transformation of the original.

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