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  1. Figuring Out Art History

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    Schich, Maximilian

    2015-01-01

    World population and the number of cultural artifacts are growing exponentially or faster, while cultural interaction approaches the fidelity of a global nervous system. Every day hundreds of millions of images are loaded into social networks by users all over the world. As this myriad of new artifacts veils the view into the past, like city lights covering the night sky, it is easy to forget that there is more than one Starry Night, the painting by Van Gogh. Like in ecology, where saving rare species may help us in treating disease, art and architectural history can reveal insights into the past, which may hold keys to our own future. With humanism under threat, facing the challenge of understanding the structure and dynamics of art and culture, both qualitatively and quantitatively, is more crucial now than it ever was. The purpose of this article is to provide perspective in the aim of figuring out the process of art history - not art history as a discipline, but the actual history of all made things, in t...

  2. History of Computer Art

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    Dreher, Thomas

    2016-01-01

    Die Entwicklung von Computer und Software von den fünfziger Jahren bis heute wird vorgestellt. Als Leitkriterien der Geschichte der Computerkunst werden ein Interface-Modell und drei Arten, Rechenprozesse einzusetzen (generativ, modular, hyptertextuell), vorgeschlagen. Die "Geschichte der Computerkunst"/"History of Computer Art" erörtert Beispiele aus frühen Entwicklungsphasen von Kunstformen wie Kybernetische Skulpturen, Computergraphik und -animation (einschließlich Musikvideos und Demos), ...

  3. Migrating Art History

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    Ørum, Tania

    2012-01-01

    Review of Hiroko Ikegami, The Great Migrator. Robert Rauschenberg and the Global Rise of American Art. Cambridge Mass., The MIT Press, 2010. 277 pages. ISBN 978-0-262-01425-0.......Review of Hiroko Ikegami, The Great Migrator. Robert Rauschenberg and the Global Rise of American Art. Cambridge Mass., The MIT Press, 2010. 277 pages. ISBN 978-0-262-01425-0....

  4. Global art history

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    Petersen, Anne Ring

    2015-01-01

    bias endemic in art history’s long tradition of cross-cultural comparison. Accordingly, the second aim of this article is to discuss the potential of comparative approaches and, in continuation thereof, what scholars in the Nordic semi-periphery could learn from the Southern perspectives of post...

  5. The hang and art history

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    Catherine De Lorenzo

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available The 2013 Australia exhibition in 2013 at the Royal Academy, London, served at one level to demonstrate the ‘Aboriginal turn’ in Australian art history and curatorship. This paper traces some key exhibitions and texts that examine Aboriginal art as art, and traces the use by anthropologists and art historians of seminal texts such as Meyer Schapiro’s essay ‘Style’ published, significantly, in Kroeber’s Anthropology Today (1953. However, what promised to serve as a lingua franca of sorts across the disciplines has provoked contested, and at times heated, interpretations. Disciplinary differences were evident in the years immediately following Tony Tuckson’s 1960-61 Australian Aboriginal Art touring exhibition, and they persist today as evidenced by Howard Morphy’s claim (2011 for anthropological ways of ‘knowing about’ as distinct from art historical attempts at ‘appreciating’ Aboriginal art. So, apart from acknowledging and questioning the persistence of these differences, my question is: Based on the extant art historiographic literature, is there anything methodologically distinctive about the practice of art history when it grapples with exhibitions of Aboriginal art?

  6. Art in Story: Teaching Art History to Elementary School Children.

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    Saccardi, Marianne

    Integrated art history and language arts activities are presented in this curriculum guide. The art history content is chronologically organized by units: (1) "Art of the Ancient World"; (2) "Arts of the East and Africa"; (3) "Art of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance"; (4) "Five European Masters"; (5) "Impressionism and Post-Impressionism"; (6)…

  7. Czech art history and Marxism

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    Milena Bartlová

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Czech art history in the 20th century has been strongly informed by the tradition of the Vienna School. After the Communist takeover of power in 1948, Marxism – or more precisely Marxism-Leninism – became a compulsory philosophical approach. After a brief Stalinist phase, an ‘iconologic turn’ was construed by Jaromír Neumann before 1960: iconology was reframed in terms of Dvořák´s ‘spiritual history’ and the result was labelled Marxist, as it enabled to provide a direct access to the ideology of the past without having to pay attention to class and social relations. Frederick Antal´s or Arnold Hauser´s social history of art was rejected, the main focus was on the noetic qualities of artworks and the main topic the debate of realism. As a result, Czech art history was pursued as an elitist discipline in the humanist tradition, but it did not need to participate in the search for ‘humanist Marxism’ or revisionism which was typical for the East-Central Europe in the 1960. Dvořák-type iconology combined with formalist approach and belief in a validity of the laws of develompent remained attractive for Czech art history up to the 1990s.

  8. The Backpack Generation and Art History

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    Curtis, James M.

    2001-01-01

    Many aspects of the current cultural situation bode well for undergraduate art education. Today's college students have had more experience of the visual arts, at least in their vernacular forms, than any generation in history. They have watched thousands of hours of television, watched hundreds of feature films, and often have mastered computer…

  9. Curated exhibitions and Australian art history

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    Catherine De Lorenzo

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available Australian Art history in all it guises has tended to bypass the impact of contemporary curated exhibitions on shaping the discipline. Yet an examination of a cluster of key contemporary exhibitions from the early 1970s onwards reveals their significance for the history of art in Australia. They reflect institutional judgements behind the selection, research and display the work of artists as well as the reception of such work by the public, artists, art critics and art historians. This is especially so in the last decades of the 20th century and the first decade of the 21st, as the country underwent major cultural changes. This paper focuses on selected exhibitions of Australian art from 1968 to 2008 and indicates how exhibitions also constitute a major form of contemporary Australian art historiography. As this period coincides with a transformation in the way exhibitions were funded, it also begins to investigate the question of the long term impact of public funding of the arts.

  10. ‘To enter art history – reading and writing art history in China during the Reform Era’

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    Orianna Cacchione

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available This paper critically analyses how Western art history was imported, translated and negotiated in China during the Reform Era. Using Lydia Liu’s theory of “meaning-value,” the author considers how Chinese artists and art critics made sense of these texts within the context of Chinese art production in the early 1980s and 1990s. The author argues that Lin Jiahua’s artwork, To Enter Art History – Slideshow Activity (1988 anticipates a change in the relationship between Western art history and contemporary Chinese art practice from the translation and appropriation of Western modern art in the 1980s to the participation of Chinese within the emergent international art world of 1990s. By combing Chinese art within the canon of Western art history, these artists and critics proposed a spatial re- mapping of art history, decentering it from its Western-centric genealogies.

  11. Drawing Myth and History in visual art

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    Jaime de Córdoba

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available After the famous exhibition “Copier créer” curated by Jean Pierre Cuzin in the “Musée du Louvre” in 1993, the practice of draw ing art has acquired a renovated interest. This exhibition revised the theoretical concepts in troduced by Bober and others in the second half of the XXth century and increased the v alue of the contribution of drawing in the study of art history instead of the idea of copying. An important catalog and essay by Haverkamp, Begemann and Login, titled “Creative copies”, appeared in 1988 and contained the best examples of the main collections . The last but not least important consequence was th e collaboration between international museums, using their own spaces, with contemporary artists. The hermeneutic drawings and paintings by Markus Lüpert z in the Munich Glyptotheck and the exhibition of Giacometti’s drawings shown in th e IVAM in 2000 are two excellent examples of the European relevance in this field. I want to analyze here twenty years of drawing done in different museums and institutions around the world and its close relatio nship with the process of recovering our historical memory by using visual art.

  12. Drawing Myth and History in visual art

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    Jaime de Córdoba

    2009-07-01

    Full Text Available After the famous exhibition “Copier créer” curated by Jean Pierre Cuzin in the “Musée du Louvre” in 1993, the practice of drawing art has acquired a renovated interest. This exhibition revised the theoretical concepts introduced by Bober and others in the second half of the XXth century and increased the value of the contribution of drawing in the study of art history instead of the idea of copying. An important catalog and essay by Haverkamp, Begemann and Login, titled “Creative copies”, appeared in 1988 and contained the best examples of the main collections. The last but not least important consequence was the collaboration between international museums, using their own spaces, with contemporary artists. The hermeneutic drawings and paintings by Markus Lüpertz in the Munich Glyptotheck and the exhibition of Giacometti’s drawings shown in the IVAM in 2000 are two excellent examples of the European relevance in this field. I want to analyze here twenty years of drawing done in different museums and institutions around the world and its close relationship with the process of recovering our historical memory by using visual art.

  13. Blogging, Zines, and Narratives: New Dialogues in Art History

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    Belleville, Rebecca

    2014-01-01

    In this article, the author examines how art educators can create narrators of art history rather than those who ascribe truth to the opinion of a few. She presents a series of tangible classroom activities that will potentially help art history become meaningful to students' lives. The author states that students have a right to access art…

  14. Mathematics and art a cultural history

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    Gamwell, Lynn

    2016-01-01

    This is a cultural history of mathematics and art, from antiquity to the present. Mathematicians and artists have long been on a quest to understand the physical world they see before them and the abstract objects they know by thought alone. Taking readers on a tour of the practice of mathematics and the philosophical ideas that drive the discipline, Lynn Gamwell points out the important ways mathematical concepts have been expressed by artists. Sumptuous illustrations of artworks and cogent math diagrams are featured in Gamwell’s comprehensive exploration. Gamwell begins by describing mathematics from antiquity to the Enlightenment, including Greek, Islamic, and Asian mathematics. Then focusing on modern culture, Gamwell traces mathematicians’ search for the foundations of their science, such as David Hilbert’s conception of mathematics as an arrangement of meaning-free signs, as well as artists’ search for the essence of their craft, such as Aleksandr Rodchenko’s monochrome paintings. She shows t...

  15. See Art History in a New Light: Have an Art Auction

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    Benter, Doris J.

    2008-01-01

    At Portledge School in Locust Valley, New York, ninth graders in their upper school study art history for one semester. The visual arts department has created a vigorous new syllabus culminating in an hour-long mock art auction. The department selects several art movements (e.g., Post-Impressionism, Cubism, Abstract Expressionism, Social Realism,…

  16. Culture Shock: Using Art and Art Controversy To Teach History.

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    McBride, Robert, Jr.

    1999-01-01

    Endorses the television series entitled "Culture Shock" that views controversial art as an artifact suggesting that the arts, and controversies surrounding them, can help viewers think critically about the issues of past and present societies. Focuses on "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," the painting "Olympia," jazz, and films in the…

  17. The history and present of art casting in China

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    2004-01-01

    @@ A compendiary review of art casting in China: History of art casting in china has been over 5000 years. In the past few thousand years, numerous forming and decorating skills of art castings had been created, and left behind precious treasures in the world metal arts and crafts. In individual historical period and at different terrain, a unique artistic style formed,which flashed brilliant light in world artistic treasury.

  18. En kort historie om mail art

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    Madsen, Theis Vallø

    2016-01-01

    Fra New York Citys eksperimenterende kunstscene i 1950'erne, i stasi-arkiverne og frem til mail art-arkiverne som Mogens Otto Nielsens arkiv på Kunsten i Aalborg.......Fra New York Citys eksperimenterende kunstscene i 1950'erne, i stasi-arkiverne og frem til mail art-arkiverne som Mogens Otto Nielsens arkiv på Kunsten i Aalborg....

  19. An art history of means: Arendt-Benjamin

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    Jae Emerling

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Transmissibility is an essential concept for any discourse on historiography and aesthetics. In fact, this concept traverses the contemporary impasse of art historical critical practice. Although explicitly associated with Walter Benjamin, the entirety of Hannah Arendt’s work on art and history is premised on transmissibility as well. It allows them to conceive a space of history from within the aesthetic, the world of artifice. This essay reads Benjamin and Arendt alongside and against one other in order to rethink art and history without resorting to eschatology or the histrionics of political theology. In creating this virtual historiography—Arendt-Benjamin—it conceives transmissibility as an aesthetic-historiographic concept that renders an openness between past and future, poiesis and aisthesis. Writing the history of art becomes the creation of a passage between what-has-been and artifice; it becomes the opening of history into life, an event of recollection.

  20. Welcome to the revolution: The sensory turn and art history

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    Jenni Lauwrens

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Discourses concerned with the sensorially embodied subject have emerged since the 1990s in various disciplines including history, anthropology, sociology, geography, film studies and literary studies. The purpose of this article is to bring the conversation regarding audiences’ embodied engagement in culture closer to art history by investigating the implications of what has been termed the sensory turn for this discipline. One of the accusations lodged against art history by supporters of the multi-sensoriality of embodied human experience is its alleged ocularcentrism, the implication of which is a detached autonomous subject. In this article, the sensory turn is defined and contextualized, particularly in light of the body of criticism targeted at art history’s emphasis on the visual. The proposed ways in which art historians might usefully deal with audience’s embodied experiences of not only immersive installation works of art, but also artworks in traditional media, such as painting and photography, are teased apart.

  1. Pliny the Elder and his History of Ancient Art

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    Graziella Melina

    2007-12-01

    Although Pliny the Elder based his history of ancient art on all the authors mentioned above, the writings of classical philologists and archeologists often imply that he might not have always used the art history literature mentioned as primary sources, but rather cited a great deal of information from the works of his predecessor, the famous Roman encyclopedist Marcus Terentius Varro (beginning of the 1st century BC.

  2. The Bipolar Approach: A Model for Interdisciplinary Art History Courses.

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    Calabrese, John A.

    1993-01-01

    Describes a college level art history course based on the opposing concepts of Classicism and Romanticism. Contends that all creative work, such as film or architecture, can be categorized according to this bipolar model. Includes suggestions for objects to study and recommends this approach for art education at all education levels. (CFR)

  3. Art history in the art school: the critical historians of Camberwell

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    Beth Williamson

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Within the context of a wider study of British art education between 1960 and 2010, this paper takes as its starting point the introduction in 1960 of the Diploma in Art and Design or DipAD in art schools with its attendant requirements for art historical instruction and intellectual enrichment. Beginning with a survey of the Coldstream and Summerson developments in the 1960s, and with specific reference to the teaching of art history, it will consider Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts as a particular case study. The Art History Department at Camberwell was properly established in 1961 by Michael Podro, later to become an influential figure within the discipline of art history from his base at the Department of Art History and Theory at the University of Essex. Referencing Podro’s own thinking on art, this study asks how that might relate to the curriculum he introduced at Camberwell. Further, drawing on the work and careers of those who taught there subsequently, such as Alex Potts, it will also examine how the presence of such individuals might have affected how the curriculum developed over the years that followed.

  4. The beginnings of the "Cracow School of Art History" from Jerzy Malinowski (ed.), History of Art History in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe (2012)

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    Stefan Muthesius

    2012-01-01

    Because Polish art history, that is, art history written by Polish scholars, has tended to be rather inward-looking as a whole, its first and most important school, that of Cracow, has not received the attention it deserves. The term ‘school’ is here used in a way akin to that of ‘Vienna School’. Cracow modern art history originated in the 1860s to 1880s in the small but culturally extremely vigorous capital of Austrian Poland, as a co-operation between the newly-founded art history section a...

  5. Art History and Archaeology: A Symbiotic Relationship.

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    Labadie, John Antoine; Labadie, Joseph Henry

    The way archaeologists use tools and draw inferences about them to disembed meaning from artworks is examined. The prehistoric rock paintings of the Lower Pecos River (Texas) are used to illustrate these ideas. An overview of this rock art, specifically the Amistad reservoir, is provided. The deductions of archaeologists about the semi-nomadic…

  6. Primitivism and humanist teleology in art history around 1900

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    Susanne Leeb

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available The following text deals with the way the art of non-European peoples has been handled conceptually and theoretically by researchers around 1900. The text will focus on Karl Woermann, especially on his art history of “all peoples of all times”, Die Geschichte der Kunst aller Völker und Zeiten (1900, and on Ernst Grosse’s slighly earlier book on the beginnings of art, Die Anfänge der Kunst (1894. In both writing one can point out fundamental epistemological assumptions, like a division between an art of animals and an art of men, the existence of a ‘drive to decorate’ or ‘art drive’, the ‘fact’ of a development from more primitive forms of art towards higher ones or the commonality of art to all people, but not to the same extent as European art etc. If the ethnographer Johannes Fabian asked several years ago “how anthropology makes its objects” under the condition of colonialism, this text asks how art history made its objects under the very same conditions.

  7. Teaching History of Psychology through Art and Music.

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    Nissim-Sabat, Denis

    1980-01-01

    Describes a college level history of psychology course designed to use art and music as a means of aiding students in recognizing the relationship between their present research and service interests and psychology's past. The course approached history in a less abstract fashion and stressed the interrelationship between the development of…

  8. Animation Program History in Fine ART Schools of China

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    Yang Cao

    2014-01-01

    The animation industry of China has developed windingly almost 50 years in 20 century, finally obtained the eruption -like growth in the beginning 21st century. Talent cultivation is one of the important elements of Chinese Animation industry, thus animation education also obtained the stimulation. More and more fine art schools began to have animation program after 2000. This paper studies a brief history of animation professionals in Fine Art Schools of China, and the relationship between f...

  9. Fine Arts as Means for Studying Media History

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    Tereza Ježková

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Studying art as a manifestation of cultural memory can help us understand both collective and individual identities. Specific works of art can give us a sense of the artist while the content can also present a more general theme or social issue of a given era. Considering the number of artworks that reference (either as a major or minor topical element mass communication, media seems to be a feasible theme. The topic of media and its specific appearances has varied significantly throughout the history of both art and media. The aim of this paper is to introduce a unique analysis that combines artworks that display the use of mass communication in Czech fine arts. The collected items were the subject of an interdisciplinary analysis – both historical and semiotic. So far, the relationship between media and art has not been explored within Czech media studies. Finding the connection between fine arts and the media can broaden the horizons of historical and social sciences. Representation of media by art points to the importance of media in any given historical period. Some examples can clearly show us how media were produced and consumed, as well as, in the later periods, used as a material for the creation or the art itself. The objective of this paper is to show the perspectives and limits of art as a source of knowledge about cultural memory and advantages and disadvantages of combining historical and semiotic analyses as applied to specific artworks.

  10. Qi Baishi: A Legend in Contemporary Art History

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    Li Zhen

    2011-01-01

    Qi Baishi has become a legend in the history of world culture.He is an artist with the most outstanding Chinese art spirit and charisma since the 20th century.His art is under the space and time background which has a junction between ancient and modern.Qi Baishi's art roots in his nation,whereas it belongs to the whole world.The whole life of Qi Baishi was full of hardship and adversities.When he was young,Qi Baishi made his living by painting and worked hard on art.He even stopped selling his painting and refused to take the enemy's supply while Beijing was occupied.After the People's Republic of China was founded,he donated his works to the people and stuck to his way of loneliness in his whole life.His diligence and simplicity make him a master of art and life.

  11. No place like home: Australian art history and contemporary art at the start of the 1970s

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    Charles Green; Heather Barker

    2011-01-01

    This paper looks at Australian art criticism at the start of the 1970s and at the emergence of a short-lived art journal 'Other Voices' featuring a young art critic and art historian, Terry Smith. The essay argues that writing on art by scholars from the emergent discipline of Australian art history was significant in contemporary art’s innovations. But, it is argued, Australian art history also distorted the course of Australian art. The art historians’ false consciousness of nation remained...

  12. Looking for the professor and defining Estonian academic art history

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    Kangor, Eero

    2011-01-01

    This article revises a passage in the narrative of the history of Estonian academic art history hoping that by introducing archival materials that has not been used or considered in earlier writings it is possible to deconstruct the narrative. Neglecting of the archival material was caused by practical but also discursive reasons due to censorship in Soviet times when the first articles on this topic were published. Based upon archival research.

  13. Pop art redefined British pop arts of the 1960s: towards a social and institutional history

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    Peterson Gilbert, Oliver

    2015-01-01

    This thesis uses new histories of exhibitions, cultural institutions, individuals and artworks to problematize and reconfigure current conceptions of British Pop art, arguing for the deployment of the term ‘British Pop arts’, as opposed to ‘British Pop Art’, to reflect the varied usage of the artistic practice across Britain during the 1960s. The central conclusion of this historical account is the recognition of a wider Pop arts network, albeit formed of disparate and often conflictual subje...

  14. Regional Art History: A Procedural Model for Research, Central Ohio 1945-1995.

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    Yates, Christopher A.

    This paper documents the creation of a procedural model for researching regional art history. It focuses on the region of Central Ohio and identifies art historical resources and a sampling of artists from 1945-1995. Topics discussed include: art history in Europe and in the United States; the problem of researching regional art history; review of…

  15. The beginnings of the "Cracow School of Art History" from Jerzy Malinowski (ed., History of Art History in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe (2012

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    Stefan Muthesius

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Because Polish art history, that is, art history written by Polish scholars, has tended to be rather inward-looking as a whole, its first and most important school, that of Cracow, has not received the attention it deserves. The term ‘school’ is here used in a way akin to that of ‘Vienna School’. Cracow modern art history originated in the 1860s to 1880s in the small but culturally extremely vigorous capital of Austrian Poland, as a co-operation between the newly-founded art history section at the Academy of Sciences and the Department at the Jagiellonian University. It pursued two principal, interlinked aims: the investigation of Polish art and architecture and the use of new methods that were being developed in Western and Central Europe. What comes across most strongly is the constantly foregrounded ethos of scientific, empirical exactitude and the intense institutional togetherness. All are united in an absolute devotedness to their academic task. One of the results was the way in which recruitment has remained within the school until this day. It has to be remembered though that other Polish centres only started teaching the history of art after WW I. This article is a- preliminary attempt to characterise, firstly, some of the chief factors of institutionality and, secondly, some methodological aspects of the work of the two chief protagonists, Władysław Łuszczkiewicz and Marian Sokołowski.

  16. Mis on saanud uuest kunstiajaloost? = What has become of the New Art History? / Kristina Jõekalda

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    Jõekalda, Kristina

    2012-01-01

    Kunstiteaduse hetkeseisust, lähiajaloost ja tulevikuperspektiividest konverentsil "After the "New Art History"" Birminghamis. Eestist esines Krista Kodres teemal "National versus Critical. Estonian Art History after the Turn of 1991"

  17. The art of history-taking in a headache patient

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    K Ravishankar

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Headache is a common complaint that makes up for approximately 25% of any neurologists outpatient practice. Yet, it is often underdiagnosed and undertreated. Ninety percent of headaches seen in practice are due to a primary headache disorder where there are no confirmatory tests, and neuroimaging studies, if done, are normal. In this situation, a good headache history allows the physician to recognize a pattern that in turn leads to the correct diagnosis. A comprehensive history needs time, interest, focus and establishment of rapport with the patient. When to ask what question to elicit which information, is an art that is acquired by practice and improves with experience. This review discusses the art of history-taking in headache patients across different settings. The nuances of headache history-taking are discussed in detail, particularly the questions related to the time, severity, location and frequency of the headache syndrome in general and the episode in particular. An emphasis is made on the recognition of red flags that help in the identification of secondary headaches.

  18. Global art history: a view from the North

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    Anne Ring Petersen

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available “Southern” perspectives on unequal development are undeniably much needed. Yet, Southern perspectives on art and culture sometimes construct a homogenising image of the West. As a result, they are prone to uphold and perhaps even reinforce the dichotomy between “the North” and “the South” rather than deconstruct it. Conversely, this article aims to pluralise the West by contributing to the discussion of differential perspectives on art and cultural identity within the West. I wish to suggest that a Northern perspective—or to be more specific, a semi-peripheral Nordic perspective—might provide scholars based in this region with a productive entry point into the study of the globalised art forms of today. By consciously and self-critically positioning ourselves in the semi-periphery of the global art world, we may be able to develop a kind of inside–outside perspective similar to the “stereo-scopic vision” that Salman Rushdie famously attributed to migrants. Seeing the Western art world from the inside as well as the outside invariably involves comparison and inter- or cross-cultural analysis. Thus, contemporary comparative approaches would need to build on a critical revision of the Eurocentric bias endemic in art history's long tradition of cross-cultural comparison. Accordingly, the second aim of this article is to discuss the potential of comparative approaches and, in continuation thereof, what scholars in the Nordic semi-periphery could learn from the Southern perspectives of post- and decolonial studies.

  19. "Artforum," Andy Warhol, and the Art of Living: What Art Educators Can Learn from the Recent History of American Art Writing

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    Carrier, David

    2005-01-01

    What is the best way to understand the recent development of American art? An older tradition of commentary focuses on the role of tradition, noting how each new form of painting is rooted in a long history. But Jack Bankoswky and some other art writers discussing Andy Warhol have adapted a different approach, arguing that his art breaks radically…

  20. Electric automation history and state of the art; Historia da automacao eletrica e estado da arte

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    Mendes, M.F. [Itaipu Binacional, Foz do Iguacu, PR (Brazil). Div. de Engenharia Eletronica e Sistemas de Controle], E-mail: mendes@ieee.org; Jardini, J.A. [Universidade de Sao Paulo (PEA/EP/USP), SP (Brazil). Escola Politecnica. Dept. de Engenharia de Energia e Automacao Eletricas], E-mail: jardini@pea.usp.br

    2009-07-01

    The article summarizes the history of electric systems automation, used in hydroelectric power plants, since the rise to the present day. Technologies are presented employed at various times, developments, the difference and the reasons for evolution. The emphasis is on today's modern systems technology, covering: communication, standardization, hardware, software, architecture, maintenance, operation and challenges. This work pretend to give subsidies for the design and implementation of automation systems electricity using state of the art. The scope are the new plants as well as those being modernized. Knowledge of history is important to investigate, to plan and evaluate the costs and benefits of automation systems for new electric plants and those that are undergoing processes technological upgrading.

  1. Broadening History, Expanding Possibilities: Contributions of Wayne Ramirez to Art Therapy

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    Potash, Jordan S.; Ramirez, Wayne A.

    2013-01-01

    A broad history of art therapy in the United States offers important perspectives on which to view contemporary art therapy practice and professional identity. This article provides descriptive research on the contributions of art therapist Wayne Ramirez, an active leader in the early days of the American Art Therapy Association whose attention…

  2. Architectural History and Painting Art at Ajanta: Some Salient Features

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    Manager Singh

    2013-08-01

    Full Text Available The present paper deals with the period of India’s greatest cultural fluorescence, The Golden Age. A lively intellectual debate has been going on among historians and archaeologists on the subject of the chronology of the caves at Ajanta. The study shows addition of many iconographic styles from Ajanta to Bagh caves and vice-versa due to movement of skilled workers and craftsmen between these two Buddhist sites. Many iconographic figures were added / deleted depending on the local condition of rock at both the sites. The art and architecture of these sites reflects India’s great materials culture. The Ajanta paintings are not just a milestone in the history of development of world art but they also convey unique insights about the life of ancient Indians and their culture. This paper outlines some of the architectural features introduced from Ajanta into the other cultures. Furthermore, structural conservation measures and scientific methodology adopted for the preservation of Ajanta murals have also been highlighted.

  3. Art History and the development of children’s aesthetic thought: a meaningful learning

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    Ana Luiza Ruschel Nunes

    2010-01-01

    This paper reports the results achieved by a research on the development of aesthetic thought in children. The research sought to answer the following questions: What do Pedagogy students and primary education teachers know about Art History? How Art History could be presented to nursery and primary education students? The starting point for answering these questions was to identify the symbolic, cultural and artistic knowledge that is part of the students’ daily life. After that, Art History...

  4. From interventions to interactions: Science Museum Arts Projects’ history and the challenges of interpreting art in the Science Museum

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    2009-01-01

    Hannah Redler’s paper examines the 13 year history of Science Museum, London’s contemporary art programme and explores how changing cultural conditions and the changing function of museums are making the questions raised by bringing art into the Science Museum context increasingly significant. It looks at how Science Museum Arts Projects started as a quirky, experimental sideline aimed at shaking up the Museum and its visitors’ assumptions, but has now become a fundamental means by which the ...

  5. Psychological and neural responses to art embody viewer and artwork histories.

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    Vartanian, Oshin; Kaufman, James C

    2013-04-01

    The research programs of empirical aesthetics and neuroaesthetics have reflected deep concerns about viewers' sensitivities to artworks' historical contexts by investigating the impact of two factors on art perception: viewers' developmental (and educational) histories and the contextual histories of artworks. These considerations are consistent with data demonstrating that art perception is underwritten by dynamically reconfigured and evolutionarily adapted neural and psychological mechanisms. PMID:23507117

  6. The History of Art Therapy at the National Institutes of Health

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    Robb, Megan

    2012-01-01

    The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Research Center is a government facility that has a long history of groundbreaking research. Art therapy research began at NIH in 1958 with Hanna Kwiatkowska, whose work contributed to the foundation of art therapy with families, and with Harriet Wadeson, who conducted psychodynamic art therapy…

  7. Foundations for College and Beyond: Looking Back on AP Art History

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    Schoenbohm, Laurel

    2013-01-01

    It was years after this author's AP Art History course in high school, and two years after college. She and some friends decided to fill a day during the Thanksgiving visits appreciating fine art. Prior to that AP course her senior year of high school, touring an art museum had seemed like the equivalent of going to the dentist. But after…

  8. Art history’s history in Melbourne: Franz Philipp in correspondence with Arthur Boyd

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    Jaynie Anderson

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available The article considers the Austrian born art historian Franz Philipp, who came to Australia and made his career at the University of Melbourne in the years after the Second World War. At Vienna Philipp was one of the last pupils of Julius von Schlossser and he brought to Australia the principles of the Vienna School of Art History. Like other art historians of the diaspora he became entranced with Australian art and wrote the first monograph on Arthur Boyd. His correspondence with Boyd (Archives of the University of Melbourne shows how European methods of art history allowed Philipp to interpret Boyd’s work in a cross cultural manner.

  9. What to do with the “Most Modern” Artworks? Erwin Panofsky and the Art History of Contemporary Art

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    Flora Lysen

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available In the 1930s, when the world-renowned Medieval and Renaissance art scholar Erwin Panofsky became acquainted with the New York contemporary art scene, he was challenged with the most difficult dilemma for art historians. How could Panofsky, who was firmly entrenched in the kunstwissenschaftliche study of art, use his historical methods for the scholarly research of contemporary art? Can art historians deal with the art objects of their own time? This urgent and still current question of how to think about “contemporaneity” in relation to art history is the main topic of this paper, which departs from Panofsky’s 1934 review of a book on modern art. In his review of James Johnson Sweeny’s book Plastic Redirections in 20th Century Painting, Panofsky’s praise for Sweeney’s scholarly “distance” from contemporary art developments in Europe is backed by a claim for America’s cultural distance, rather than a (historical removal in time. Taking a closer look at Panofsky’s conflation of historical/temporal distance with geographical/cultural distance, this paper demonstrates a politically situated discourse on contemporaneity, in which Panofsky proposes the act of writing about the contemporary as a redemptive act, albeit, as this paper will demonstrate, without being able to follow his own scientific method. 

  10. From interventions to interactions: Science Museum Arts Projects’ history and the challenges of interpreting art in the Science Museum

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    Hannah Redler

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available Hannah Redler’s paper examines the 13 year history of Science Museum, London’s contemporary art programme and explores how changing cultural conditions and the changing function of museums are making the questions raised by bringing art into the Science Museum context increasingly significant. It looks at how Science Museum Arts Projects started as a quirky, experimental sideline aimed at shaking up the Museum and its visitors’ assumptions, but has now become a fundamental means by which the Science Museum chooses to represent the impact of science, medicine, engineering and technology on peoples’ everyday lives.

  11. Restoring Wisconsin Art Therapy Association in Art Therapy History: Implications for Professional Definition and Inclusivity

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    Potash, Jordan; Burnie, Michele; Pearson, Rosemary; Ramirez, Wayne

    2016-01-01

    The Wisconsin Art Therapy Association (WATA), formally established in 1969, was the first incorporated organization of art therapists in the United States. Under the leadership of Wayne Ramirez, WATA lobbied the national association for an inclusive definition of art therapy that aimed to foster respect for psychiatric, educational, and community…

  12. The blot on the landscape: Fred Williams and Australian art history

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    Keith Broadfoot

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available A defining shift in Australian art historiography occurred with the publishing of Bernard Smith’s 1980 Boyer Lecture series, The Spectre of Truganini. Seeing the exclusion of an Aboriginal presence in Australian art through the ideas of Freud, the history of Australian art, Smith proposed, was a history of repression. After Smith, Ian McLean has developed the most detailed account of the history of Australian art according to this methodology. This essay examines the work of the modern Australian artist Fred Williams in relation to both Smith and McLean’s understanding of the history of Australian art but to expand on their work I argue that, rather than Freud alone, it is Lacan’s refiguring of Freud that offers us the most insight into Williams’s work. Further, insofar as I argue that the history of Australian art is the very subject matter of Williams’s work, his work stands in for a wider project, the understanding of the history of Australian art according to Lacan’s proposal of a foundational split between the eye and the gaze.

  13. Fine Arts as Means for Studying Media History

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    Tereza Ježková

    2015-01-01

    Studying art as a manifestation of cultural memory can help us understand both collective and individual identities. Specific works of art can give us a sense of the artist while the content can also present a more general theme or social issue of a given era. Considering the number of artworks that reference (either as a major or minor topical element) mass communication, media seems to be a feasible theme. The topic of media and its specific appearances has varied significantly throughout t...

  14. Institutional history of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art : tensions, paradoxes and compromises

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    Galastro, Anne Bernadette

    2012-01-01

    This study provides the first comprehensive account of the institutional history of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (SNGMA) from the earliest calls for its foundation at the start of the twentieth century to the recent series of exhibitions marking its fiftieth anniversary in 2010. The SNGMA is both a unique case‐study and a useful illustrative example of the specific category of modern art museum: the account of its history sets the institution within its wider cul...

  15. Emerging from the Shadows: The Visual Arts and Asian American History

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    Gordon H Chang

    2009-02-01

    Full Text Available Asian American Art: A History, 1850-1970, the book from which this foreword is excerpted, is the first comprehensive study of the lives and artistic production of artists of Asian ancestry active in the United States before 1970. The publication features original essays by ten leading scholars, biographies of more than 150 artists, and over 400 reproductions of artwork, ephemera, and images of the artists. Aside from a few artists such as Dong Kingman, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Isamu Noguchi, and Yun Gee, artists of Asian ancestry have received inadequate historical attention, even though many of them received wide critical acclaim during their productive years. This pioneering work recovers the extraordinarily impressive artistic production of numerous Asian Americans, and offers richly informed interpretations of a long-neglected art history. To unravel the complexity of Asian American art expression and its vital place in American art, the texts consider aesthetics, the social structures of art production and criticism, and national and international historical contexts. Without a doubt, Asian American Art will profoundly influence our understanding of the history of art in America and the Asian American experience for years to come. Chang, Gordon H., Mark Johnson, and Paul Karlstrom, eds. Asian American Art: A History, 1850-1970. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 2008. Reprinted with the permission of Stanford University Press. http://www.sup.org

  16. Emerging from the Shadows: The Visual Arts and Asian American History

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    Gordon H Chang

    2009-02-01

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    Asian American Art: A History, 1850-1970, the book from which this foreword is excerpted, is the first comprehensive study of the lives and artistic production of artists of Asian ancestry active in the United States before 1970. The publication features original essays by ten leading scholars, biographies of more than 150 artists, and over 400 reproductions of artwork, ephemera, and images of the artists. Aside from a few artists such as Dong Kingman, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Isamu Noguchi, and Yun Gee, artists of Asian ancestry have received inadequate historical attention, even though many of them received wide critical acclaim during their productive years. This pioneering work recovers the extraordinarily impressive artistic production of numerous Asian Americans, and offers richly informed interpretations of a long-neglected art history. To unravel the complexity of Asian American art expression and its vital place in American art, the texts consider aesthetics, the social structures of art production and criticism, and national and international historical contexts. Without a doubt, Asian American Art will profoundly influence our understanding of the history of art in America and the Asian American experience for years to come. Chang, Gordon H., Mark Johnson, and Paul Karlstrom, eds. Asian American Art: A History, 1850-1970. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 2008. Reprinted with the permission of Stanford University Press. http://www.sup.org

  17. The artful mind meets art history: toward a psycho-historical framework for the science of art appreciation.

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    Bullot, Nicolas J; Reber, Rolf

    2013-04-01

    Research seeking a scientific foundation for the theory of art appreciation has raised controversies at the intersection of the social and cognitive sciences. Though equally relevant to a scientific inquiry into art appreciation, psychological and historical approaches to art developed independently and lack a common core of theoretical principles. Historicists argue that psychological and brain sciences ignore the fact that artworks are artifacts produced and appreciated in the context of unique historical situations and artistic intentions. After revealing flaws in the psychological approach, we introduce a psycho-historical framework for the science of art appreciation. This framework demonstrates that a science of art appreciation must investigate how appreciators process causal and historical information to classify and explain their psychological responses to art. Expanding on research about the cognition of artifacts, we identify three modes of appreciation: basic exposure to an artwork, the artistic design stance, and artistic understanding. The artistic design stance, a requisite for artistic understanding, is an attitude whereby appreciators develop their sensitivity to art-historical contexts by means of inquiries into the making, authorship, and functions of artworks. We defend and illustrate the psycho-historical framework with an analysis of existing studies on art appreciation in empirical aesthetics. Finally, we argue that the fluency theory of aesthetic pleasure can be amended to meet the requirements of the framework. We conclude that scientists can tackle fundamental questions about the nature and appreciation of art within the psycho-historical framework. PMID:23507091

  18. Integrating Computing into the Liberal Arts: A Case History.

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    Carlson, William L.

    1985-01-01

    Convinced that computer technology could be used to extend (rather than challenge) traditional academic disciplines, a liberal arts college devoted substantial resources to instituting a campus-wide computer literacy program. Major emphasis was given to encouraging participation of non-science faculty and adapting computers to the curriculum. (JN)

  19. The Eye or Chemistry? Connoisseurship and Technical Art History for Authentication

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    Wadum, Jørgen; Haack Christensen, Anne; Vila, Anna Espuna;

    2014-01-01

    techniques applied in paintings and eventually the employment of technological (non-invasive or micro invasive) investigative analyses. By engaging the extensive range of tools available within technical art history to the valuation of paintings, we will not only foster mutual understanding between related...... fields within the cultural sector, the work of collectors and the appreciation of collections at large will also benefit greatly from this. CATS has experience in offering short 3-4 day courses in technical art history where art historians, auctioneers and additional fields of interest can experience the...

  20. Art history at the art school: Revisiting the institutional origins of the discipline based on the case of nineteenth-century Greece

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    Eleonora Vratskidou

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available As part of a broader research on the teaching of art history in nineteenth-century art academies, this paper focuses on the courses offered at the Athenian School of Arts from 1844 to 1863 by the historian and philologist Grigorios Pappadopoulos. In his teaching, Papadopoulos turned away from the tradition of a universal history for artists established in Italian and French art schools, and proposed instead an in-depth study of ancient Greek art, drawing on the German university model, and more particularly on Karl Otfried Müller’s Handbuch der Arhchaölogie der Kunst (1830. The paper examines the various operations that permitted the re-invention of an archaeological manual for the purposes of art education, and analyses the different approaches to the study of ancient art developed within the School of Arts and the Athenian University during the period. I argue that adapting the scholarly study of art to the needs of artistic training gave way to approaches primarily centred on objects, techniques and forms, rather than on the construction of historical narratives. The Greek case is used in order to reflect more broadly on the scholarly courses of art academies, which remain largely overlooked both within the history of art education and the history of art history. Lying at the intersection of these two fields, scholarly training at the art school, and art history courses in particular, may permit both a re-evaluation of art education in the nineteenth century and a better understanding of the varied institutional frameworks that shaped art history as a discipline.

  1. CONTEMPORARY HISTORY AND THE ART OF SELF-DISTANCING

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    Den Hollander, Jaap

    2011-01-01

    The metaphor of historical distance often appears in discussions about the study of contemporary history. It suggests that we cannot see the past in perspective if we are too near to it. According to founding fathers like Ranke and Humboldt, temporal distance is required to discern historical "ideas

  2. Digital Image Collections for Asian Religion and Art History in a Small-Sized Liberal Arts College

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    May Chang

    2002-10-01

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    This paper reviews the establishment of a digital image library from 35mm slides to support faculty and student needs in a small-sized liberal arts college. The framework consists of central local resources, distributed faculty collections, and external resources. Standards and guidelines for digital preservation and access are also discussed. The pilot collections were multi-disciplinary resources in Middle East art and architecture and faculty slide collections in East Asian religions and Asian art history. Technical and management issues of integrating digital technology in the traditional slide library are also discussed.

  3. Writing the history of Australian art: its past, present and possible future

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    Terry Smith

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available In the years around 1980 the history of Australian art was reconceived in a bewildering variety of ways. A historiographical revolution was underway. This was largely the result of plethora of new approaches to art history that emerged worldwide during the 1970s: contextual, feminist, populist, Marxist. Aboriginal art awaited detailed art historical consideration. This article places these changes in the context of previous efforts to chart the history of Australian art, which the author argues occurred in six phases: colonial, bourgeois nationalist, realist versus aestheticist, modernist, culturalist, and the approaches noted above. Most of these approaches developed in Australia and were applied by local authors. In recent decades, however, ‘external’ approaches are more evident, and are deeply preoccupied with the question of defining modernism in Australia, which they largely fail to do. The author surveys a number of such attempts, taking this question as the paradoxical key to unraveling the overall structure of the history of Australian art.

  4. AUDIO-VISUAL SYNKRETISM IN THE HISTORY OF ART AND EDUCATION

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    N. N. Telysheva

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available The paper looks at the problems facing the art teachers and resulted, in the author’s opinion, from separation of the content and functional side of the subject. The other problem is the lack of insight regarding social behavior, forms of consciousness and perception (including the spatial and temporal ones underlying all sorts and forms of art. The paper demonstrates the interrelations between the history of arts and education history considered in terms of development and fixation of various forms of social consciousness. The audiovisual syncretism is regarded as the nature of perception and world reflection at specific historical stages of human knowledge and creativity development. Both the history of arts and education include the content and procedure related aspects. The whole history of pedagogy involves the procedure improvements (methods, means, forms, etc. along the way «from integration to differentiation, and backwards»; and on the other side, it incorporates the invariable educational content. Likewise, throughout the history of arts we can trace the procedural aspect developments and the existence of the “eternal” content related to personality upbringing.

  5. European Radiation Dosimetry Group: History, State of Art, Perspectives

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    Spurný, František

    Bratislava, 2003, s. 1-4. ISBN 80-88806-43-7. [IRPA Regional Congress on Radiation Protection in Central Europe.. Bratislava (SK), 22.09.2003-26.09.2003] R&D Projects: GA ČR GA202/99/0151; GA ČR GA202/01/0710 Grant ostatní: EC project(XE) FIGM-CT2000-00068 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z1048901 Keywords : history-EURADOS * radiation protection * radiation therapy Subject RIV: BG - Nuclear, Atomic and Molecular Physics, Colliders

  6. [Space perception: the history and its significance for art].

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    Norn, Mogens

    2002-01-01

    Some aspects of the opthalmologic history of Denmark are briefly mentioned. Lens extraction in 1667 in Copenhagen, Edmund Hansen Gruts stereoophtalmoscopy in 1857, Ludvig Panums area in 1858 (single vision) space perception and outside this area double vision), squint treatment, Marius Tschernings periscopic spectacle lenses, Henning Rønnes stereoortograph and keiroscope and Gerhard Rønnes stereoscope. Space perception depends mostly on binocular function (convergens), but in fact some space perception occurs in vision due to perspective, accommodation, parallaxe, blurring, colours and shadows. The Danisk Poet, Hans Christian Andersen, has in his novels mentioned latent squint. The German poet Rainer Maria Rilke was much interested in perspective in connection with the development of impressionism, especially Paul Cézanne. Rilke in his later period developed the view that concentration on perspective removed those essential aspects from the world, in which he found God or a fourth dimension, as exemplified in the presence of ghosts. PMID:12564450

  7. Constructing African Art Histories for the Lagoons of Côte d’Ivoire. Monica Blackmun Visona, Constructing African Art Histories for the Lagoons of Côte d’Ivoire, Ashgate, 2010

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    Robert T. Soppelsa

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    Full Text Available This essay reviews Constructing African Art Histories for the Lagoons of Côte d’Ivoire, by Monica Blackmun Visonà. After reviewing previous publications and approaches to the study of art and culture from the lagoon region of southeastern Côte d’Ivoire, Visonà proceeds to discuss the arts of this region based on her field work during three field visits conducted during the 1980s, and attempts to construct a revisionist interpretation of these arts. The arts of healing and shrine arts, arts of leadership, age-set festivals and performance arts, and recent developments in the arts of the region are considered in individual chapters. The book is remarkable for its clarity of presentation, and for its frequent references to Western art history and its methodologies.

  8. Early East Asian art history in Vienna and its trajectories: Josef Strzygowski, Karl With, Alfred Salmony

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    Julia Orell

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    Full Text Available In 1912 Josef Strzygowski founded the ‘Section for East Asian Art History’ at the University of Vienna, which attracted many students who would continue their careers in museums and at universities and thus established East Asian art history as an academic field. This paper examines these early art historical engagements with East Asian art: First, I discuss the role of East Asian art in Strzygowski’s agenda of broadening art history’s geographical scope beyond Europe and in his argument about the dominance of ‘Nordic’ artistic traditions in Europe and in Asia. Secondly, I introduce the work of two early students at the ‘Section for East Asian Art History’ in Vienna, Karl With and Alfred Salmony. Their respective approaches to East Asian art exemplify a range of methodological concerns of their time, from stylistic narratives, the concept of ars una, comparative frameworks, to ideas about cultural or national ‘purity’ in the arts, and an interest in cross-cultural adaption and transformation of motifs and symbolism.

  9. The Slovenian Art History Textbook in Comparison to Polish Textbooks: Authorship and Content, Didactic Structure and Publishing Circumstances

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    Marjana Dolšina

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    The paper analyses two concepts of art history textbooks for secondary schools. It discusses their role in the learning and teaching process of art history and related school subjects within the formal educational programmes in Slovenia and their didactic structure. The comparison between one Slovenian and two Polish textbooks might contribute to better understanding of the present situation regarding art history textbook production in Slovenia, which is a result of several factors: the histo...

  10. Travel to Peru with the Wiss Center for Theory and History of Art and Architecture

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    Chadwick, Heather Riley

    2007-01-01

    The Henry H. Wiss Center for Theory and History of Art and Architecture, a center of the School of Architecture + Design at Virginia Tech, presents "The Majesty and Mystery of Peru," an annual summer trip to a destination rich in both ancient and contemporary culture from July 31-Aug. 13, 2008.

  11. After Burckhardt and Wölfflin; was there a Basel School of Art History?

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    Christine B. Verzar

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    Full Text Available This paper deals with the legacy of Jacob Burckhardt and Heinrich Wölfflin as founders of the department of art history at the university of Basel, Switzerland. Wölfflin’s pupils became his successors as head of the department and museum from H. A. Schmid, Friedrich Rintelen, Paul Ganz to Joseph Gantner and Hans Reinhardt until the 1960s. Wölfflin’s theories and teachings continued to be propagated throughout this period. During the intellectual isolation of Switzerland during the Nazi period and WWII, Swiss art historians turned to local topics for their research. Gantner’s scholarship then focused on modern and medieval art as well as on issues of aesthetics and art criticism. His pupils primarily chose medieval topics for their dissertations and future research, while some branched out into modern art. While thoroughly grounded in a formalist tradition, they now incorporated a contextual and interdisciplinary approach. In 1939, a strong counterforce to older traditional studies occurred at Basel with the appointment of Georg Schmidt as director of the Kunstmuseum and Kupferstichkabinett. He changed the direction of the museum towards modern and contemporary art and helped establish the present character of Basel as a contemporary art city rather than the traditional city and university it had been known for.

  12. Moriz Thausing and the road towards objectivity in the history of art (1883, with a provisional list of his publications and translation of his inaugural lecture ‘The status of the history of art as an academic discipline’

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    Karl Johns

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available On the basis of their substantial publications and widely publicized polemics, Alois Riegl and Franz Wickhoff are justifiably considered the founding figures of the so-called Vienna School of Art History. The historical accident that specialized journals did not previously exist, and meetings and public discussions of the methodology of the history of art did not yet regularly take place, should not however obscure the fact that a coherent and outspoken tradition already existed. When Moriz Thausing held his inaugural lecture in 1873, he was delineating a course of study which linked the history of art to the other disciplines as he must have himself already have been teaching for nearly a decade. His discussion of the nature of art and the method of its historical study as distinct from related subjects and particularly philosophical aesthetics are worth recalling in the context of the origins of the academic study of the history of art.

  13. An Island Studies Course at a Liberal Arts Institution: Pedagogy from a Natural History Perspective

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    David Sunderlin; Lijuan Xu

    2008-01-01

    An intellectual treatment of islands and isolation lends itself to a foundation in a liberal arts education. The introductory undergraduate course on island studies can serve as a topical platform on which to develop critical thinking, research, analytical, and creative thinking skills for beginning college students. The paper analyzes the natural history perspective in island studies and its methods of inquiry as pedagogical strategies that enhance the development of academic curiosity. The ...

  14. About knowledge on History of Art on the internet : profane, specialized and documental writings

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    Régimbeau, Gérard

    2009-01-01

    International audience To approach the present state of affairs concerning the mediation of knowledges on History of Art on the internet, this paper proposes to observe, by means of case analysis, the characteristics of three writings: profane, specialized and documental writings. This approach considers the characters and enunciative contexts of each one in a socio- semiotic perspective, which makes it possible to cross knowledge and informational and communicational practices, so as to s...

  15. The advantages and disadvantages of Art History to Life: Alois Riegl and historicism

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    Diana Reynolds Cordileone

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available Alois Riegl was one of the seminal art historians of the early twentieth century, but very little is known about his career as adjunct-curator of textiles at the Austrian Museum for Art and Industry. He worked at the Museum from 1884 and combined this position with University teaching until he left this post to become a full Professor of Art History at the University of Vienna in 1897. While interest in Riegl has shown no signs of abating in recent years, most scholars continue to debate Riegl’s theories and methods. The aim of this paper, however, is to demonstrate just how much of Riegl’s theorizing was brought into focus by practical issues at the Museum for Art and Industry. As recent studies have indicated, Riegl was much more than an ivory tower theoretician; his work reverberated with the type of cross-disciplinary cultural criticism we associate with the intellectual life of fin-de-siècle Vienna. Another goal of this paper is to contribute to our expanding understanding of Riegl in his social and institutional contexts. Finally, it traces ways in which Riegl used his early exposure to Nietzsche, particularly Nietzsche’s second Untimely Meditation (The advantages and disadvantages of History to life to craft his responses to contemporary artistic and social crises in the final decade of the nineteenth century.

  16. The Inherent Relation between Art History and Art Theory%艺术史学与艺术学理论的学理关系

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    李倍雷

    2015-01-01

    Art History,based on the discipline of Art Theory,shares an accordant theoretical logic with it. The concept of “art”in both Art History and Art Theory are super -ordinate concepts,covering all the art categories which fall under the subordinate disciplines of music,fine art,dance,design,drama,film and television,Quyi etc.The two require doing a macro and comprehensive research by integrating into and breaking through the art categories of the subordinate disciplines.With the research as its base,Art History re -integrate the historical data of all categories of arts into a “plural integration”,following the evolution path of arts and culture and its functional transition,or to the morphological frame of the social structure, thus to sort out the logic and regularity in this “plural integration”of Art History.Therefore,the study of Art Theory shapes the framework of Art History.%基于一级学科艺术学理论(01301)的“艺术史”,其内在学理与艺术学理论是一致的。艺术学理论中的“艺术”与艺术史中的“艺术”都是上位概念,即包含了下位概念的音乐、美术、舞蹈、设计、戏剧、戏曲、影视、曲艺等所有门类艺术。二者在研究方法上,都要求“汇通”或“打通”下位概念的门类艺术,进行宏观、综合和整体的研究,“艺术史”在此基础上还需要将门类史学材料进行重新整合,让史学材料成为“整合复数”的史料,按照艺术变迁文化路径和功能演变的结构,或社会结构类型的形态框架来建构“整合复数”的史料,使这些“史料”具有关联性的规律,从而呈现出艺术史的形状。也因此,艺术学理论决定了艺术史的形状。

  17. Moriz Thausing and the road towards objectivity in the history of art (1883), with a provisional list of his publications and translation of his inaugural lecture ‘The status of the history of art as an academic discipline’

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    Karl Johns

    2009-01-01

    On the basis of their substantial publications and widely publicized polemics, Alois Riegl and Franz Wickhoff are justifiably considered the founding figures of the so-called Vienna School of Art History. The historical accident that specialized journals did not previously exist, and meetings and public discussions of the methodology of the history of art did not yet regularly take place, should not however obscure the fact that a coherent and outspoken tradition already existed. When Moriz ...

  18. Art, History and Style%艺术·历史·风格

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    吉冈健二郎[日; 赫云(编译); 李倍雷(校)

    2012-01-01

    Research on art history is an individual field in cultural studies. It searches for artistic things in art works and studies them together with phenomena in history. It is the individuality and originality that make art works artistic. It refuses rationality, because art earmot be interpreted with exhaustible con- cepts, When we examine art history as a history of modeling language instead of poetry, signs of changes in linguistic forms, certain conventions or rules of events and even some kind of laws can be indicated.%艺术史的研究是一个独立的文化领域的研究。归根到底,它是寻找艺术作品中成为艺术的东西,而且结合历史的现象来研究的。艺术作品中真正成为艺术的正是它的个性和它的独创性。它拒绝我们合理性的把握,因为艺术是概念无法穷尽的。把艺术的历史不是作为诗的历史,而是作为造型语言的历史审视时,其中语言形态变迁的迹象、事件一定的惯例或规则性,甚至连某种法则性都可以指出来。也可以结合事实,调查造型语言意味变迁的历史、异质语言的接受与同化,以及语言相互间的影响关系等,特别是作为作品实际存在是可能的,并非只是把预先可能的东西现实化,所以必须把作品的存在看做是艺术的证明。

  19. ’The origins of art history in Hungary’’’ trans. and ed. Matthew Rampley

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    Ernő Marosi

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available This text examines the early development of art history in Hungary, from antiquarianism to the 1880s. As with other states in Europe, a key driver behind the establishment of 'scientific' art history was the rising concern for ancient monuments. In particular, they came to be seen as repositories of collective memory, which increasingly came to be equated with 'national tradition'. In the early stages of this process, a prominent role was played by the Central Commission for the Investigation and Protection of Monuments in Vienna, but once Hungary gained almost complete autonomy in the Habsburg Monarchy after 1867, it was Hungarian art historians and the Hungarian Monuments Commission in Budapest that took over responsibility. The period thus saw the emergence of Hungarian art history from under Viennese tutelage, and with the emergence of a generation of art historians who established a Hungarian-language historiographic literature.

  20. The Slovenian Art History Textbook in Comparison to Polish Textbooks: Authorship and Content, Didactic Structure and Publishing Circumstances

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    Marjana Dolšina

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available The paper analyses two concepts of art history textbooks for secondary schools. It discusses their role in the learning and teaching process of art history and related school subjects within the formal educational programmes in Slovenia and their didactic structure. The comparison between one Slovenian and two Polish textbooks might contribute to better understanding of the present situation regarding art history textbook production in Slovenia, which is a result of several factors: the historical continuity of textbook writing and research in textbook didactics, the current school policy and financial competition on the textbook market. Its intention is also to clarify the idea of didactic transformation of the art history contents from the challenging scientific texts to a form suitable for secondary school students who are textbooks' main target audience.

  1. The Visual Image of Chemistry: Perspectives from the History of Art and Science

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    Tami I. Spector

    2007-07-01

    Full Text Available In this paper we investigate the most important visual stereotypes of chemistry as they occur in current portraits of chemists, depictions of chemical plants, and images of chemical glassware and apparatus. By studying the historical origin and development of these stereotypes within the broader context of the history of art and science, and by applying aesthetic and cultural theories, we explore what these images implicitly communicate about the chemical profession to the public. We conclude that chemists, along with commercial artists, have unknowingly created a visual image of chemistry that frequently conveys negative historical associations, ranging from imposture to kitsch. Other elements of this image, however, aestheticize chemistry in a positive manner by referring to classical ideals of beauty and borrowing from revered motifs of modern art.

  2. Tables for 'Art history in the university: Toelken – Hotho – Kugler'

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    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available This essay offers a contextual reading of the extensive but little studied documentation for the education and subsequent university careers of E. H. Toelken (1785-1864, Gustav Heinrich Hotho (1802-1873 and Franz Kugler (1808-1858, three of the earliest art historians to earn doctoral degrees. Spanning about three decades, from 1804 to 1833, their training occurred during a period of rapid disciplinary specialization within the university. Examination of that training, and the teaching careers built on it, contributes to the larger investigation of how existing university structures and procedures accommodated but also informed emerging disciplines in early nineteenth-century Germany. The essay sets out the relevant academic policies and procedures and gives an overview of those trained and appointed in the historical study of art in Berlin between 1810 and 1840. Documents for Toelken and Kugler are then presented through narrative case histories.

  3. Meyer Schapiro on style in art and science: Notes from a Theory and Methods of Art History graduate seminar lecture course, Columbia University, New York, 1973

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    Terry Smith

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    Full Text Available These notes were taken from the lectures and comments by Meyer Schapiro that constituted his course “Art History Theory and Methods,” offered at Columbia University, New York, during the Spring semester 1973. The introduction describes the immediate context of the course, briefly characterizes my own situation as a student and a member of the Art & Language group of artists, as well as the relation of these notes to materials in the Columbia University Archives. The only one of its kind then being offered in New York (and rare anywhere else, the course introduced graduate students to key texts in the history of art history, placing these in dialogue with relevant thinking from science, philosophy, linguistics (especially semiotics, and psychology. This dialogue was arranged around consideration of key topics shared by both art and science: objectivity vis-à-vis subjectivity, research methodology, definition and distinction, classification, taxonomy, form, hypotheses, interpretations, and value judgements. The course also addressed topics, such as style and expressiveness, which do not seem, on the face of it, to be shared between science and art. Offering an intimate glimpse of a major scholar teaching from inside the heart of the discipline, and thinking it forward as able to grapple with the most important questions of the times, these notes are intended to supplement the published writings of arguably the greatest American art historian.

  4. Celestial sleuth using astronomy to solve mysteries in art, history and literature

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    For a general audience interested in solving mysteries in art, history, and literature using the methods of science, 'forensic astronomy'  is a thrilling new field of exploration. Astronomical calculations are the basis of the studies, which have the advantage of bringing to readers both evocative images and a better understanding of the skies. Weather facts, volcano studies, topography, tides, historical letters and diaries, famous paintings, military records, and the friendly assistance of experts in related fields add variety, depth, and interest to the work. The chosen topics are selected

  5. Themes, scenes and taste in the history of Japanese garden art.

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    The present study deals - in its three parts - with three fragments of the garden history of Japan. It reveals how the meaning a garden had to the people of its time was significantly different in all of these periods.Part one, titled "Themes", deals with the later Heian period, from the tenth until the late twelfth century. The foundations of a native, Japanese tradition of garden art were laid. The first chapters introduce the palace gardens of the courtly aristocracy in the capital Heian. ...

  6. The Use of Theater and the Performing Arts in Science Education and the Teaching of History

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    2015-03-01

    Over the past 15 years there has been a surge in the general field of the interaction of STEM and the arts including theatre, music dance and the visual arts leading to STEAM. There seems to be no limits to the amount of creativity and diversity of subject matter especially in areas of biography, major science events, scientific and technical innovation, the benefits and dangers of modern science, and science as metaphor. For the past 15 years, I and my colleagues have been running a science outreach series under the title Science & the Performing Arts at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. The objective is to bring science to students and the public in ways that are engaging, instructive, and artistic and always, content-driven: the medium is the arts; the message is the joy of science. This has resulted in over 120 science and performing arts programs which have been documented on the website http://sciart.commons.gc.cuny.edu/ . The author co-taught a course titled Staging Science, http://sciart.commons.gc.cuny.edu/staging-science/outline-of-the-course-staging-science/ with Marvin Carlson, Professor of Theatre at CUNY. An excellent book, Science on Stage: From Doctor Faustus to Copenhagen by Kirsten Shepherd-Barr, can be used to develop a customized courses on Science, Theatre and History for both science and non-science majors. The book's appendix includes an annotated listing of plays on such subjects as quantum mechanics, chaos theory, evolution, genetics and morality and responsibility. The talk will include many examples how courses on science and theatre can actively engage students and enhance active participation and learning. Supported in part by the National Science Foundation.

  7. Artfulness

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    2011-01-01

    a collage of previously published materials on Artfulness, in this journal targeted teachers for dysfunctional behaviour children.......a collage of previously published materials on Artfulness, in this journal targeted teachers for dysfunctional behaviour children....

  8. The voice of art history: Nikolaus Pevsner’s work for the BBC

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    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available Pevsner: The Complete Broadcast Talks (2014, edited by Stephen Games for Ashgate, presents the complete range of Nikolaus Pevsner’s work for radio in the period 1945-1977 for the first time. The collection of talks is an important new source for the study of the close relationship between the development of the discipline of history of art and architecture in Britain and the history of radio as mass media. The eclectic range of subjects tackled by Pevsner, whether commissioned by a succession of producers or – as was increasingly the case as he gained confidence working in radio – based on his own suggestions, enhances his image as a pedagogue and populariser who shunned dogmatism, always holding to the belief that scholars had a major role to play in society as cultural mediators. Games’ essay Pevsner: The BBC Years (2015, while intended to serve as an accompanying piece, struggles to present a coherent analysis of the evolution of Pevsner, the art historian, as a broadcaster.

  9. Introduction to US4: History, culture, art and religion in the geosciences

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    Glover, Paul

    2010-05-01

    The Annual General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union (and EGS before it) has always provided a platform for the reporting and debate of high quality geoscience in a very focussed manner. The breadth of its sections and sessions allows most geoscientists to present their work to like-minded colleagues or interdisciplinarily. However, many geoscientists have even wider interests: interests in history, art, politics and economics. Many have diverse abilities in music, painting, sculpture, and practice them as amateurs or to a high standard. Today we fill the gap, by providing a session with the broadest of scopes: History, culture, art and religion in the geosciences I hope that the session will appeal to all those geoscientists who wish to practice their science in the context of the wider culture. According to William Blake "To see a world in a grain of sand, And a heaven in a wild flower, Hold infinity in the palm of your hand, And eternity in an hour." Only, in our case it is more like an hour and a half, and I hope it does not seem like an eternity!

  10. The "Coordinates" of Chinese and Western Art History%中西美术史中的“坐标”

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    程国栋

    2012-01-01

    The coordinate in the meaning of art history is not the concept of position in geography,but the space-time position of specific art phenomena of art history,art figures,art activities and art achievements.The coordinate issue in the history of Chinese and western art reflects the differences in the description and explanation of space-time art development between China and west.%美术史意义上的坐标,不是地理学上用以指明方位的概念,而是指美术史特定美术现象、美术人物、美术活动、美术成果的时空位置。中西方美术史中的坐标问题,反映了中西方美术史述作在描述阐释定义各自时空美术发展过程中存在的差异性。

  11. Art

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    What is Art?Art is a way of interpreting the worldaround us and our place within it.We can seeart not only in paintings,but in sculpture(雕塑),buildings and even advertising.Traditionally(传统上,照惯例),artists werejudged more for their technical skill,but artnowhas an aesthetic(美学的,审美的)valueand/or emotional impact(冲动).Art doesn't

  12. Sustainable Free: Lessons Learned from the Launch of a Free Service Supporting Publishing in Art History

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    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available Hilary Ballon and Mariet Westermann, writing about the struggles of publishing in art history noted that “It is a paradox of the digital revolution that it has never been easier to produce and circulate a reproductive image, and never harder to publish one.”  If publishing in general is in crisis because of the seismic re-ordering in a digital world, the field of art history is the extreme tail of the spectrum; rights holders are accustomed to licensing image content for limited edition print runs.  Given this particularly challenging corner of the publishing work, a project initiated by the Metropolitan Museum offers some hope of a collaborative way forward.  What sociological re-engineering enabled progress on this problem?  It is possible that there are other lessons here too, that might throw at least streaks of light on other process re-engineering provoked by digital innovation in publishing? This paper reviews how a leading repository of art (The Metropolitan Museum of Art and a non-profit intermediary (ARTstor created an alternative pathway to provide primary source content in support of image-intensive publishing.  This venture is framed in the context of a publishing system moving toward greater freedom and an aim to bring about ever lower (or no fees to readers.In general, providing academic content for free requires a re-structuring of a public release process – either of processed content or less processed content.   To the extent that processing adds value, it might be worth paying for.   This case study argues that there are places where community wide interests align, describes what it takes to keep them aligned, and explores what we did collectively to facilitate re-structuring.  The conclusion explores whether there are lessons for open access publishing more generally in the example of cross-subsidization among mission (and not only marketing driven organizations. 

  13. Sustainable Free: Lessons Learned from the Launch of a Free Service Supporting Publishing in Art History

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    James Shulman

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    Full Text Available Hilary Ballon and Mariet Westermann, writing about the struggles of publishing in art history noted that “It is a paradox of the digital revolution that it has never been easier to produce and circulate a reproductive image, and never harder to publish one.”  If publishing in general is in crisis because of the seismic re-ordering in a digital world, the field of art history is the extreme tail of the spectrum; rights holders are accustomed to licensing image content for limited edition print runs.  Given this particularly challenging corner of the publishing work, a project initiated by the Metropolitan Museum offers some hope of a collaborative way forward.  What sociological re-engineering enabled progress on this problem?  It is possible that there are other lessons here too, that might throw at least streaks of light on other process re-engineering provoked by digital innovation in publishing? This paper reviews how a leading repository of art (The Metropolitan Museum of Art and a non-profit intermediary (ARTstor created an alternative pathway to provide primary source content in support of image-intensive publishing.  This venture is framed in the context of a publishing system moving toward greater freedom and an aim to bring about ever lower (or no fees to readers.In general, providing academic content for free requires a re-structuring of a public release process – either of processed content or less processed content.   To the extent that processing adds value, it might be worth paying for.   This case study argues that there are places where community wide interests align, describes what it takes to keep them aligned, and explores what we did collectively to facilitate re-structuring.  The conclusion explores whether there are lessons for open access publishing more generally in the example of cross-subsidization among mission (and not only marketing driven organizations.

  14. An Island Studies Course at a Liberal Arts Institution: Pedagogy from a Natural History Perspective

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    2008-11-01

    Full Text Available An intellectual treatment of islands and isolation lends itself to a foundation in a liberal arts education. The introductory undergraduate course on island studies can serve as a topical platform on which to develop critical thinking, research, analytical, and creative thinking skills for beginning college students. The paper analyzes the natural history perspective in island studies and its methods of inquiry as pedagogical strategies that enhance the development of academic curiosity. The success of this approach to early undergraduate education is documented in traditional assessment and the direction that student-driven inquiry followed throughout the course. A course in island studies is a natural fit into progressive curriculum design strategies that are currently under development at many colleges and universities.

  15. Meyer Schapiro on style in art and science: Notes from a Theory and Methods of Art History graduate seminar lecture course, Columbia University, New York, 1973

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    2012-01-01

    These notes were taken from the lectures and comments by Meyer Schapiro that constituted his course “Art History Theory and Methods,” offered at Columbia University, New York, during the Spring semester 1973. The introduction describes the immediate context of the course, briefly characterizes my own situation as a student and a member of the Art & Language group of artists, as well as the relation of these notes to materials in the Columbia University Archives. The only one of its kind then ...

  16. ARTS

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    Mahadevan, Shankar; Virk, Kashif M.; Madsen, Jan

    2007-01-01

    . We present an abstract system-level modelling and simulation framework (ARTS) which allows for cross-layer modelling and analysis covering the application layer, middleware layer, and hardware layer. ARTS allows MPSoC designers to explore and analyze the network performance under different traffic...... and load conditions, consequences of different task mappings to processors (software or hardware) including memory and power usage, and effects of RTOS selection, including scheduling, synchronization and resource allocation policies. We present the application and platform models of ARTS as well as...... their implementation in SystemC. We present the usage of the ARTS framework as seen from platform developers’ point of view, where new components may be created and integrated into the framework, and from application designers’ point of view, where existing components are used to explore possible...

  17. On the contemporary – and contemporary art history. A review of Terry Smith, What Is Contemporary Art

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    Full Text Available This analysis of Terry Smith’s 'What Is Contemporary Art?' evaluates Smith’s ongoing project to theorise contemporary art around the theme of multiple, interconnected temporalities. It questions how this ‘contemporaneity’ differs from the classic teleologism of modernism and postmodern relativism and suggests that Smith’s categories may be valuable for understanding other cultural areas, such as contemporary music. It then raises methodological problems associated with charting the terrain of contemporary art and how they overlap with economic considerations, arguing that the task implies particular forms of privilege that may threaten the autonomy of critical analysis, but that Smith’s work goes some way toward exposing this problem.

  18. We Love Our Public Schools: Art Teachers' Life Histories in a Time of Loss, Accountability, and New Commonalities

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    2013-01-01

    This article is a Teachers' Life History study that centers on the context derived from current policies and budget cuts implemented to public services and education in the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It explores how these affect the lives, moral commitments, and social senses of pedagogy of three art education specialists who have…

  19. The State of the Art: Leadership Training and Development--US Perspectives--Above and beyond Recorded History

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    2011-01-01

    There are essentially two overlapping approaches to describe the state of the art of school leadership training and development in the US. The first approach is what I call recorded history. It is a factual documentation of milestone events, governance changes as well as the passage of landmark laws and policies. The second approach, hidden…

  20. Minerals on postage stamps: A mix of art, history, economics and geography

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    Glover, Paul

    2010-05-01

    , the United Kingdom has never produced a stamp depicting rocks or minerals. It is often said that the study of stamps is a study of history, language, culture, art, geography and politics. If this is true for stamps in general, it is particularly true for minerals on stamps.

  1. Cubism translated? The Western Canon of Modernism and Central/Eastern European Art History

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    2010-01-01

    Roč. 2, č. 2 (2010), s. 223-238. ISSN 1756-1310 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z80330511 Keywords : painting * furniture * applied arts * Czech Cubism * Modernism * Riga Artists´group Subject RIV: AL - Art, Architecture, Cultural Heritage http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/berg/aitj/2010/00000002/00000002/art00007

  2. A History of the Liberal Arts Computer Science Consortium and Its Model Curricula

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    Bruce, Kim B.; Cupper, Robert D.; Scot Drysdale, Robert L.

    2010-01-01

    With the support of a grant from the Sloan Foundation, nine computer scientists from liberal arts colleges came together in October, 1984 to form the Liberal Arts Computer Science Consortium (LACS) and to create a model curriculum appropriate for liberal arts colleges. Over the years the membership has grown and changed, but the focus has remained…

  3. Art, Science and History in a Globalized World: the Case of Italy-China

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    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available Art and science, over the centuries, though starting from different positions, have very often led to the same conclusions. History, on the other hand, establishes identities that derive from our past and allows for exchanges and unity between people of different nationalities, in both a commercial and scientific context, in a world without borders, in spite of obvious contradictions related to this globalized world. The case of Italy-China bears witness to this in a significant way.A case in point is represented by the scientific collaboration between the Alma Mater University of Bologna and Zhejiang University, as well as that between the Salesian Pontifical University of Rome and Fudan University in Shanghai, Zhejiang University and the Foreign Studies University of Beijing.In the first case, the ongoing research project “Historical anamnesis, preservation and valorization of the statues of the Longxing Buddhist Temple of Qingzhou (China” is being carried out between the Department of Cultural Heritage Diagnostic Laboratory for Cultural Heritage of the University of Bologna and the Cultural Heritage Institute of Zhejiang University. In the second case, collaboration between the Salesian Pontifical University and the Chinese Universities, covers activities relating to the study of philosophy, pedagogy and Latin language and literature.The paper highlights the importance of drawing value of a cultural, conservative, social, identitary nature within the context of the holistic value of cultural heritage and respecting ethical aspects at a personal and interpersonal level, in particular, by offering young people the opportunity to enter the employment market and of which they are currently experiencing all the problematic fluctuations.

  4. 西学"美术史"东渐一百年%Art history: A Western discipline's centennial experience in China

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    2007-01-01

    In 1882, the American scholar E. F. Fenollosa first introduced the new western discipline "art history" to Japan in a series of lectures entitled "The True Meaning of Fine Art" in Tokyo. The next year, the French word esthetique was translated into Japanese using Kanji by Nakae Chomin. The term "fine arts"first appeared in the Chinese language in a translation by Wang Guowei, who put the words in a glossary attached to the Chinese version (1902) of Motora Yujiro's book Ethics. From the time when Wang employed the term in his famous article "Confucian's artistic education" (1904), then Huang Binhong and Deng Shi co-compiled The Library of Fine Arts (1911), to the year of 2003 when Fan Jingzhong began his monumental work The Shapes of Art History, the introduction of the western discipline has a history of one hundred years, which demonstrates the rich understanding of"art history" which has played an increasingly prominent role in East Asian cultures.%1882年,美国学者芬诺洛萨赴日本作题为"美术之真谛"的讲演,将"美术史"这一西方新兴学科引入日本.翌年,日本学者中江兆民将法国学者维隆的著作日译为.王国维1902年出版的译著书后所附的术语表上便有"fine art,美术"一词,这是日语译词"美术"首次在汉语出版物中出现.从王国维的论文(1904),经黄宾虹、邓实编的(1911)到范景中主编的(2003),这一百年的历史全面地展示了我们对于"美术史"这一西方学科的丰富理解,以及它在东方文化中日益突出的地位.

  5. Experiments in photography as the tool of art history, no. 1: William Stirling’s Annals of the Artists of Spain (1848

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    Full Text Available William Stirling’s Annals of the Artists of Spain (1848 appeared at a key moment in the emergence of art history as an academic discipline. It was the first scholarly history of Spanish art in English, and was well illustrated with engravings. But there was also an additional volume of Talbotype photographic illustrations. Photography, like art history, was still in its infancy, and William Henry Fox Talbot had only recently invented the negative-positive process which allowed multiple photographic images to be produced. The experimental supplementary volume, of which only 50 copies were printed, meant that the Annals became the first photographically illustrated book on art. The new process had many limitations, including chemical instability. Fading began immediately, and Stirling himself regarded the volume as a failed experiment. Nevertheless, it pointed the way in the use of photography, and photographically illustrated books, as essential tools of art history.

  6. ‘Marian Sokołowski: patriotism and the genesis of scientific art history in Poland’

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    Full Text Available Marian Sokołowski (1839–1911, the first occupant of a chair in art history at a Polish university, is often referred to as ‘the father of Art History in Poland.’ Yet, in many respects his work and his approach to the discipline has largely fallen into oblivion, even in Poland. Although regarded as a ‘pioneer’ Sokołowski is frequently regarded as little more than an epigone of the Viennese School or as scholar driven primarily by the patriotic feelings that were the result of the partition of Poland during the nineteenth century. This article undertakes a detailed study of his writing; although he did not develop an explicit theoretical or methodological position, a coherent model of art historical practice underlay his scholarly enterprise, drawing on a combination of contextual study, cultural history and the typological analysis of forms. The article analyses that model and also examines its deep ideological engagement.

  7. Art History in Education: Students and Teachers Bridging Artworlds and Lifeworlds.

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    Examines the work of Jurgen Habermas and Arthur Danto and develops a conceptual structure that views art education as an interpretive and reflective network that bridges school and life experiences. Contends that visual arts contribute to the development of reflective capacities. (CFR)

  8. The Art of the Organiser: Raphael Samuel and the Origins of the History Workshop

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    Scott-Brown, Sophie

    2016-01-01

    The History Workshop movement took its stance on the democratisation of history making, becoming notorious for its exuberant gatherings and impassioned "histories from below". At the centre of the early Workshop was the British historian Raphael Samuel, who has been described as the personification of its intellectual and ethical…

  9. Photography and Contemporary Art: the end of a (hi)story?

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    2012-01-01

    The intellectual fetishism, in which photojournalism is nowadays swathed, gives rise to an effect of distance and remoteness in our perception of photography as linked with contemporary art. A brace of quite different publications strive first and foremost to produce a convergent effect. The first is by Charlotte Cotton, and devoted to photography “in contemporary art”, while the second is the catalogue of the photographic collection of the FRAC Rhône-Alpes Institute of Contemporary Art and t...

  10. ‘Scholarship and Empire’: Matthew Rampley, The Vienna School of Art History: Empire and the Politics of Scholarship, 1847-1918, University Park: Penn State Press, 2013

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    Matthew Rampley’s The Vienna School of Art History examines the early era of the famed group of art historians, curators and art functionaries against the Habsburg Empire that framed their enterprise. It takes into account the centrifugal forces of identity, nationalism and Imperial ideologies that informed their ideas and preferences. A desideratum is the project of relating formal analyses by the thinkers he studies to the ideological allegiances that he uncovers in their thought.

  11. ‘Scholarship and Empire’: Matthew Rampley, The Vienna School of Art History: Empire and the Politics of Scholarship, 1847-1918, University Park: Penn State Press, 2013

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    Full Text Available Matthew Rampley’s The Vienna School of Art History examines the early era of the famed group of art historians, curators and art functionaries against the Habsburg Empire that framed their enterprise. It takes into account the centrifugal forces of identity, nationalism and Imperial ideologies that informed their ideas and preferences. A desideratum is the project of relating formal analyses by the thinkers he studies to the ideological allegiances that he uncovers in their thought.

  12. The Provincialism Problem: Terry Smith and Centre-Periphery Art History

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    This essay examines a key contribution to writing on contemporary art, Terry Smith’s 1974 Artforum article, ‘The Provincialism Problem’, in which he explored the nature of provincialism in its many forms. The essay shows that Smith write his essay from within his participation in Art & Language (New York), and that in fact it is part of a sequence of writings by Ian Burn, Terry Smith and others, in which the concepts of centre, periphery and hegemony were put to work to create a new understan...

  13. Studies on the History of Special Education in Italy: State of the Art and Paths for Future Research

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    Maria Cristina Morandini

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available The history of special education in Italy is a highly recent field of study. Prior to this, the theme had only been treated in a small number of publications that were limited in scope, primarily hagiografic and journalistic in style, and whose authors themselves worked in special education. In 1993, the article by Roberto Sani, devoted to Severino Fabriani, educator of female deaf mutes in Restoration Modena, marked the beginning of a history of special education that was researched using an interdisciplinary approach and situated within the broader framework of social and political history, and the history of institutions and cultural processes. Following in the line of enquiry into the history of special education inaugurated by Sani, further studies have been published since the beginning of the new millennium, by both established historians of education and young scholars joining the field. Some of these authors have maintained a focus on the world of education for the deaf; others have extended this model of interpretation to related field (educational institutions for children affected by rickets and by blindness. What avenues of research remain open to those wishing to pursue the history of special education? Numerous are the aspects still awaiting systematic investigation. It might therefore be to investigate the educational models and school programs offered over time for persons with disabilities affecting more than one sense (e.g., those who are both deaf and blind. How to reference this article Morandini, M. C. (2016. Studies on the History of Special Education in Italy: State of the Art and Paths for Future Research. Espacio, Tiempo y Educación, 3(1, 235-247. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14516/ete.2016.003.001.12

  14. Words on the Wadsworth: Podcasting and the Teaching of Art History

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    Altvater, Fran

    2009-01-01

    This course, "Words on the Wadsworth," was the Humanities Honors course for the spring of 2009 at Hillyer College, the two year Associates degree program at the University of Hartford. Combining the content of a chronological survey of modern art with the new technology of podcasting and the venue of the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford…

  15. 3D space perception as embodied cognition in the history of art images

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    Tyler, Christopher W.

    2014-02-01

    Embodied cognition is a concept that provides a deeper understanding of the aesthetics of art images. This study considers the role of embodied cognition in the appreciation of 3D pictorial space, 4D action space, its extension through mirror reflection to embodied self-­-cognition, and its relation to the neuroanatomical organization of the aesthetic response.

  16. 3D Space Perception as Embodied Cognition in the History of Art Images

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    2014-01-01

    Embodied cognition is a concept that provides a deeper understanding of the aesthetics of art images. This study considers the role of embodied cognition in the appreciation of 3D pictorial space, 4D action space, its extension through mirror reflection to embodied self-­‐cognition, and its relation to the neuroanatomical organization of the aesthetic response.

  17. Lost and Found: A Photographic Collection Managed by an Art-History Research Institute

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    Trnková, Petra

    Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholar Publishing, 2014 - (Arijs, H.), s. 80-94 ISBN 978-1-4438-6818-1. [CoMa 2013. Safeguarding Image Collections. Brusel (BE), 31.10.2013] Institutional support: RVO:68378033 Keywords : photography * collection * collection management * digitization * archive Subject RIV: AL - Art, Architecture, Cultural Heritage

  18. The Economic Impact of the Arts, Film, History and Tourism Industries in Connecticut

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    Stanley McMillen; Troy Helming; Shadab Qaiser; Mark Sheridan; Victoria Finkle; Monoswita Saha

    2006-01-01

    This report contains four ecnomic impact studies corresponding to the four divisions (arts, film, historic preservation, and tourism) of the Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism that commissioned them. There is an Executive Summar, the four industry studies, and a methodological overview that includes a discussion of the overall approach, economic impact multipliers, data sources, and an explanation of the conservative nature of the studies.

  19. Max Dvořák and the History of Medieval Art

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    Hans H. Aurenhammer

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available The intellectual development of Max Dvořák (1874-1921, one of the protagonists of the ‘Vienna School of Art History’, was characterized by a constant process of methodological self-criticism. His changing views on Medieval Art are known above all by two texts: The Enigma of the Art of the Van Eyck Brothers (1904, strongly influenced by Wickhoff and Riegl and by an ‘impressionistic’ view of modernity, and Idealism and Naturalism in Gothic Sculpture and Painting (1918, an essay dating to Dvořák’s late, ‘expressionistic’, period. Knowing only these two texts, the decisive turn undertaken by Dvořák around 1920 could be interpreted as a sudden change of paradigm. As the paper wants to show, this view has to be revised after having read and analyzed Dvořák’s hitherto unpublished university lectures on Western European Art in the Middle Ages which were given four times from 1906 to 1918.

  20. Formalism in the first half of the twentieth century: ‘pure science’ or a case of effective rhetoric? Mitchell B. Frank and Daniel Adler (eds), German Art History and Scientific Thought – Beyond Formalism, Ashgate, 2012

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    2012-01-01

    German Art History and Scientific Thought – Beyond Formalism discusses the relation between art history and the human and natural sciences in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. All contributions in this volume highlight the way in which this exchange affected art history on a practical and methodological level, but at the same time illustrate how the quest for objectivity and scientific methods was accompanied by an irrational search for essential characteristics of art throug...

  1. History, aesthetics and resistence. Culture and art facing the state terror

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    Francesca Gargallo Celentani

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available Two experiences of intervention in the social imaginary, brocken by violence that causes panic in Mexico, revealed as aesthetic actions to move our emotions, rescue the deepest sense of the politics, the arts and ethics. The RECO Group that rescued a place of death and disappearance through the work of artists, psychologists and anthropologists with members of a commonality determined to rescue his neighborhood, and the collective of collectives Bordando por la Paz, la Memoria y la Justicia (for Peace, Justice and Memory that takes public space to social life, transforming it in resistance to the horror of death and disappearance, show that art is the site of termination of this.

  2. Writing on Pigments in Natural History and Art Technology in Sixteenth-Century Germany and Switzerland.

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    Oltrogge, Doris

    2015-01-01

    Renaissance painters used a number of inorganic color materials. The development of mineralogy as a discipline opened a new discourse on mineral pigments. Agricola and other naturalists were familiar with the contemporary writings on art technology, but their focus was different. Therefore, the exchange of knowledge between these two color worlds remained selective. One possible meeting point was the Kunstkammer where the study of natural objects and materials was combined with an interest in the manual execution of a painting. PMID:26856047

  3. Themes, scenes and taste in the history of Japanese garden art.

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    Kuitert, W.

    1988-01-01

    The present study deals - in its three parts - with three fragments of the garden history of Japan. It reveals how the meaning a garden had to the people of its time was significantly different in all of these periods.Part one, titled "Themes", deals with the later Heian period, from the tenth until

  4. Myocardial first-pass perfusion cardiovascular magnetic resonance: history, theory, and current state of the art

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    Axel Leon

    2008-04-01

    Full Text Available Abstract In less than two decades, first-pass perfusion cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR has undergone a wide range of changes with the development and availability of improved hardware, software, and contrast agents, in concert with a better understanding of the mechanisms of contrast enhancement. The following review provides a perspective of the historical development of first-pass CMR, the developments in pulse sequence design and contrast agents, the relevant animal models used in early preclinical studies, the mechanism of artifacts, the differences between 1.5T and 3T scanning, and the relevant clinical applications and protocols. This comprehensive overview includes a summary of the past clinical performance of first-pass perfusion CMR and current clinical applications using state-of-the-art methodologies.

  5. The grotesque as it appears in Western art history and in Ian Marley’s creative creatures

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    R. Swanepoel

    2009-07-01

    Full Text Available This article presents a theoretical exploration and reading of the notion of the grotesque in Western history of art to serve as background to the reading of the original creatures in the “Tracking creative creatures” project.1 These creatures were drawn by Marley, based on imaginary creatures narrated by his five year-old son, Joshua. The focus in this article is on the occurrence of the grotesque in paintings and drawings. Three techniques associated with the grotesque are identified: the presence of imagined fusion figures or composite creatures, the violation and exaggeration of standing categories or concepts, and the juxtaposition of the ridiculous and the horrible. The use of these techniques is illustrated in selected artworks and Marley’s creatures are then read from the angle of these strategies.

  6. Art history: formation of the academic discipline in Europe, and related developments in Greece (18th-19th c. Rethymnon (3-4 October, 2014

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    Annie Malama

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available The Academic Forum with the title Art history: formation of the academic discipline in Europe and related developments in Greece (18th-19th centuries, co-organised by the Association of Greek Art Historians and the Institute for Mediterranean Studies – FORTH, took place at the Institute’s premises in Rethymnon, Crete on Friday, 3rd and Saturday, 4th October 2014. Its central aim was to explore the ways in which the academic and research fields of art history had been formed from the late 18th century and continued to develop up to the beginning of the 20th century; the meeting actually functioned as a workshop charting the current status of art historiography research in Greece and the rest of Europe.

  7. Re-imagining Western Art History in an Age of Globalization : Finding Blind Spots and Shifting Frontiers

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    2015-01-01

    Nowadays art biennials are organized in the farthest corners of the world. Everywhere in Europe and America we see surveys emerging that include art works stemming from countries that were formerly excluded from the modern art scene: in addition to art from Europe and the United States we see contemporary art from China, Africa, India, the Middle East and Brazil. This globalization of the art world also manifests itself at the Venice Biennial and at Documenta in Kassel, the most prestigious i...

  8. Lajos Fülep: The task of Hungarian art history (1951’ [Lajos Fülep, ‘A magyar művészettörténelem föladata (1951,’ in Ernő Marosi ed., A magyar művészettörténet-írás programjai [Programmes of Hungarian art history writing], Budapest: Corvina, 1999, 283–305, edited by Árpád Tímár

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    Nóra Veszprémi

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available The Hungarian art historian and theorist Lajos Fülep wrote his programmatic essay The Task of Hungarian Art History as his inaugural lecture given at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 1950. Starting from the provocative claim that the history of Hungarian art has not yet been written, the author distinguished ʽart in Hungary’ from ʽHungarian art.’ He argued that not all art created or found in Hungary could be designated as Hungarian art or included in its history, rejecting interwar art historians’ attempts to ʽappropriate’ art created by itinerant artists or other ethnic groups inhabiting the country. His essay called for new, fundamental research: an unbiased investigation of all art found in the historical territory of the country, so that subsequently Hungarian art could be identified within this greater whole. While rejecting appropriation, Fülep did not define Hungarian art by the ethnic origin of the makers; instead, he challenged art historians to prove the existence of clearly recognisable local traditions. This is the first English translation of a seminal text that has exerted a major influence on Hungarian art history writing. It is complemented by explanatory notes providing guidance for the non-Hungarian reader and is preceded by a short introduction which contains a biography of Fülep and a brief overview of his opinions on the question of national art.

  9. Re-imagining Western Art History in an Age of Globalization : Finding Blind Spots and Shifting Frontiers

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    Bavelaar, H.

    2015-01-01

    Nowadays art biennials are organized in the farthest corners of the world. Everywhere in Europe and America we see surveys emerging that include art works stemming from countries that were formerly excluded from the modern art scene: in addition to art from Europe and the United States we see contem

  10. Innovative Arts Programs Require Innovative Partnerships: A Case Study of STEAM Partnering between an Art Gallery and a Natural History Museum

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    Grant, Jacqualine; Patterson, Delaney

    2016-01-01

    The arts animate learning because they are inherently experiential and because of their potential to develop creative and critical thinking skills in students. These same skills are valued in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education, but the arts have not been consistently included in STEM lessons. We transformed our STEM…

  11. ‘Winckelmann’s History of Art and Polykleitos’ from Warren G. Moon (ed., Polykleitos, the Doryphoros and Tradition, Madison, Wisconsin and London: The University of Wisconsin Press 1995

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    A. A. Donohue

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available This essay is an expanded version of a paper delivered in 1989 at a colloquium organized around a replica of the Doryphorus acquired by the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Winckelmann's treatment of Polyclitus serves to introduce a wider consideration of the structure and method of his history of classical art. It is argued that, contrary to assertions that he developed his history on the basis of his empirical observation of works of classical art, Winckelmann instead adopted historiographic schemata derived directly and indirectly from ancient authors. The ancient texts themselves reflect not so much authentic information about the visual arts as formulations from a tradition of histories of the ‘technai’, the arts of civilization, that were often linked with political history. Pliny's famous statement of the decline of art is re-interpreted in this light.

  12. Aboriginal Art: Who was interested?

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    Daniel Thomas

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available This paper addresses the common assumption that Aboriginal art has been absent from Australian art histories and demonstrates how this is not so. It criticises the notion that art history should be represented by specialised art-history books and argues for the important of art museum displays as texts. It also examines the ways in which Aboriginal art has been examined in literature devoted to Australian history and anthropology. It foregrounds the idea that arts history is not necessarily best represented by official art historical texts.

  13. The Return of the Body: Performance Art and Art Education.

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    Green, Gaye Leigh

    1999-01-01

    Explains that performance art incorporates different artistic forms, emphasizes the process of art over the product, and blurs the line between life and art. Discusses the history of performance art, highlights the Performance Art, Culture, and Pedagogy Symposium, and provides examples of how to use performance art in the classroom. (CMK)

  14. ‘Countering memory loss through misrepresentation: what does she think feminist art history is?’, Julie M. Johnson, The Memory Factory: The Forgotten Women Artists of Vienna 1900

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    Griselda Pollock

    2013-01-01

    Johnson offers a detailed study of women in the Viennese avant-garde art movements between 1880 and 1940, detailing both the careers and the critical/public reception of their contributions to various Vienna art groups. Johnson aims to counter the myth that women were confined to the private sphere, suffered institiutional discrimination and were hence unrecognized by their contemporaries, arguments Johnson attributes misleadingly to ‘feminist’ art history. Her book sets itself up in refutat...

  15. From Ringbom to Ringbom: The art of art history of Lars-Ivar Ringbom and Sixten Ringbom: A mythmaker and a myth-breaker in Åbo, Finland

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    Marja Väätäinen

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available When Ludwig Klages visited Åbo (a coastal city in Finland, in 1935, his host was Lars-Ivar Ringbom (1901-1971, an art historian and docent at Åbo Akademi University. In 1969, Ernst Gombrich visited the same city, and this time his host was Lars-Ivar Ringbom’s son, Sixten Ringbom (1935-1992, who soon was to follow his father as a professor in art history. I use the image of these visits as a starting point for my discussion about the change in the art historical interests of Lars-Ivar Ringbom and Sixten Ringbom. I will concentrate particularly on the impact that Ludwig Klages had on Lars-Ivar Ringbom writings. The polarity and the tension of rational and irrational that structured Lars-Ivar Ringbom’s work was later echoed in the work of Sixten Ringbom. Sixten Ringbom’s thinking is in dialogical relation and partly contradictory to his father’s studies.

  16. History Reproduces Itself: The Transmission of Symbolic Capital at a Private Liberal Arts College in the USA.

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    Barfels, Sarah E.; Delucchi, Michael

    2003-01-01

    Used the concept of "hidden curriculum" to examine how course content and instruction operate to reproduce inequality within three academic programs at private liberal arts colleges: regular, all-college honors, and core honors. Findings show differences in curricula, classroom tasks, and interaction, and followup data support the findings. (SLD)

  17. Look and Do Ancient Egypt. Teacher's Manual: Primary Program, Ancient Egypt Art & Architecture [and] Workbook: The Art and Architecture of Ancient Egypt [and] K-4 Videotape. History through Art and Architecture.

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    Luce, Ann Campbell

    This resource contains a teaching manual, reproducible student workbook, and color teaching poster, which were designed to accompany a 2-part, 34-minute videotape, but may be adapted for independent use. Part 1 of the program, "The Old Kingdom," explains Egyptian beliefs concerning life after death as evidenced in art, architecture and the…

  18. 'Truth of character from truth of feeling’: William Hazlitt, ‘gusto’ and the linguistic history of writing on art

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    Tucker, Paul

    2015-01-01

    Adapting and applying speech act theories of language use, this paper offers a new understanding of the innovative import of William Hazlitt’s art criticism. Textual and rhetorical analysis of a sample of his critical writing – the 1821 essay ‘On a Landscape of Nicolas Poussin’ – illustrates Hazlitt’s development of ‘characterisation’, a mode of representation of the individual artwork focusing on its perceptual and affective appeal to a responsive viewer.

  19. "To Improve Our Knowledge in Nature and Arts": A History of Chemical Education in the United States.

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    Lewenstein, Bruce V.

    1989-01-01

    Discusses a history exhibit of the American Chemical Society, now on national tour. Focuses on lecture to laboratory, chemistry in early America, the Civil War era, the research model, the early twentieth century, the post-war era, textbooks, and the recent past. (MVL)

  20. The Art of History and Eighteenth-Century Information Management: Christian Gottlieb Jocher and Johann Heinrich Zedler

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    Cole, Richard Glenn

    2013-01-01

    In the eighteenth century there were enough printed sources and archival materials to challenge or even overwhelm historians of that day. Two productive editors of lexicons and information management were Christian Gottlieb Jocher, who taught history at the University of Leipzig and became the chief librarian at his university, and Johann Heinrich…

  1. ‘Hans Tietze and art history as Geisteswissenschaft in early twentieth-century Vienna’ translated by Clarice Zdanski with an introduction by Riccardo Marchi, originally published as Riccardo Marchi, ‘Hans Tietze e la storia dell’arte come scienza dello spirito nella Vienna del primo Novecento’, Arte Lombarda, 110/111, 1994, 55–66

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    Riccardo Marchi

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    Full Text Available This article analyzes the Methode der Kunstgeschichte, published in 1913 by Hans Tietze (1880-1954, an important but often neglected figure of the Vienna school of art history, who had been a student of Franz Wickhoff and Aloïs Riegl and was one of Ernst H. Gombrich’s teachers. In the Methode Tietze developed a bold and innovative idea of art history out of a confrontation with momentous intellectual and artistic challenges. These were (1 the discussion about the object and method of the Geisteswissenschaften (human and cultural sciences in German philosophy, (2 Riegl’s and Wölfflin’s formalism, which Tietze critiqued as insufficient, also in response to the emergence of expressionism, which he courageously and precociously supported, and (3 epistemological debates that questioned notions of ‘objective’ knowledge.

  2. Nueva perspectiva en los estudios de la Historia del Arte en la Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (New Perspective in the Studies of the History of the Art in the National University of Education Distantly

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    Mata Torres, Josefa

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available Resumen: La Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED, ha sido pionera al introducir en sus programas educativos el Grado de Historia del Arte. Con la unificación educativa europea propuesta en1999 en Bolonia, se ha consolidado el Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior (EEES, con lo cual ésta Universidad ha puesto en marcha la plataforma virtual educativa ALF(Aprende, coLabora, Forma. Sin embargo, esta iniciativa, ha estado cargada de una gran polémica, a la vez que ha supuesto un gran esfuerzo y dedicación tanto por parte del equipo Docente como de los Profesores Tutores de cada uno de los centros asociados. Abstract: The National University of Education Distantly, has been pioneering on having introduced in his educational programs the Degree of History of the Art. With the educational European unification proposed en 1999 in Bologna, there has been consolidated the European Space of Higher Education (ESHE, with which this one University ALF (He learns, collaborates, Forms has started the virtual educational platform. Nevertheless, this initiative, she has been loaded with a great polemic, simultaneously that has supposed a great effort and dedication so much on the part of the Educational equipment as the Teachers Tutors of each one of the associate centers.

  3. Educational role of art history as a school subject area in programmes of formal education in Slovenia: the aspect of vzgoja, according to general European guidelines

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    Marjana Dolšina

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Programmes of formal education establish a systematic transfer of knowledge as well as universal values from one generation to another. By that, they ensure the survival of social structures, prevent radical disruptions in their continuity, and serve as basis for general development of a society. Their content and didactic arrangements include interweaving of two basic aspects: the cognitive one and the one related to vzgoja (i.e. upbringing, moral/value education etc.. The latter aims to achieve the ideals of a tolerant, just and lifelong learning society, but seems to be facing increasing challenges, mainly emerging from neoliberal capitalist mentality. Art history as a school subject area in elementary and secondary education may provide an insight beneath the surface of historical events. Thus, it helps develop a critical view towards them and consequently towards the present real-life situations, which contributes to ascending the taxonomic scale of conative educational goals.

  4. Uncovering History for Future History Teachers

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    Fischer, Fritz

    2010-01-01

    The art of history teaching is at a crossroads. Recent scholarship focuses on the need to change the teaching of history so students can better learn history, and insists that history teachers must move beyond traditional structures and methods of teaching in order to improve their students' abilities to think with history. This article presents…

  5. Formalism in the first half of the twentieth century: ‘pure science’ or a case of effective rhetoric? Mitchell B. Frank and Daniel Adler (eds, German Art History and Scientific Thought – Beyond Formalism, Ashgate, 2012

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    Arnold Witte

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available German Art History and Scientific Thought – Beyond Formalism discusses the relation between art history and the human and natural sciences in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. All contributions in this volume highlight the way in which this exchange affected art history on a practical and methodological level, but at the same time illustrate how the quest for objectivity and scientific methods was accompanied by an irrational search for essential characteristics of art through race. Especially the exchange with psychology, physiognomy, and psychophysiology supported this kind reasoning in circles in which objectivity was related to holistic explanations. This led to a rhetoric of objective Kunstwissenschaft that spoke in terms of rational facts, but in which the concepts of character and evolution resulted in highly ideological interpretations, which became discredited after 1945. However, the post-war reaction to this in itself again affected another turn towards the ‘objective’ which goes to show how external, political, changes affected the relation between art history and the sciences.

  6. Artful creation

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    Darsø, Lotte

    2013-01-01

    An introduction to the field of Arts-in-Business outlining 4 different approaches: 1) Art as decoration, 2) Art as intertainment, 3) Arts as instrumental, 4) Art as strategic......An introduction to the field of Arts-in-Business outlining 4 different approaches: 1) Art as decoration, 2) Art as intertainment, 3) Arts as instrumental, 4) Art as strategic...

  7. The Origins of Art

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    2015-01-01

    The origins of artistic activities or rather art, and in recent decades the processing and consolidation of a new field in art history, art semiotics, are grouped together in the semiotic systems of applied and non-applied arts.In this paper, in particular, an analysis is made of the non-applied arts, in which non-verbal signs are used to express the form of human thought.The discussion focuses on the origins of non-applied arts, the image-forming process, the psychology of perception, the pe...

  8. ‘Countering memory loss through misrepresentation: what does she think feminist art history is?’, Julie M. Johnson, The Memory Factory: The Forgotten Women Artists of Vienna 1900

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    Griselda Pollock

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available Johnson offers a detailed study of women in the Viennese avant-garde art movements between 1880 and 1940, detailing both the careers and the critical/public reception of their contributions to various Vienna art groups. Johnson aims to counter the myth that women were confined to the private sphere, suffered institiutional discrimination and were hence unrecognized by their contemporaries, arguments Johnson attributes misleadingly to ‘feminist’ art history. Her book sets itself up in refutation to feminist straw women, thereby distorting feminist analysis of women and modernist art movements. The effect of this false battle with straw feminists is to miss out on the analysis of the specific significance of the politics of memory in the twentieth century’s selective representation of the artworlds of Vienna that serve precisely to confirm feminist analysis of the modernist phenomenon of new gender politics being erased by the distinctly unmodernist forms of androcentric art historical and museal representations of modernist art movements and their significantly egalitarian art worlds.

  9. Art education – mostly for girls?

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    Wikberg, Stina

    2013-01-01

    This article discusses whether and how Art education is gendered, and whether and how the art world is gendered. The history of Art education is briefly described from a gender perspective, as well as some current reports on Art education in Sweden. The article draws on material from a postgraduate study about Art education and gender. Art lessons were observed and pupils were interviewed about their views on art. Based on the interview data, it is suggested that one reason that Art education...

  10. “It felt a little like being let into a secret– “ A community-influenced museum exhibition on Technical Art History

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    Wadum, Jørgen; Knap, Frederik; Haack Christensen, Anne; Tempest, Hannah; Larsen, Berit Anne

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    Netherlandish paintings from the 16th century. Instead of designing the exhibition based on our long experience as a national gallery, we collaborated with a group of twenty young volunteer art pilots from the Young People's Art Lab to design the show based on their interpretation and perception of the expert...... Bruegel revealed the surprising results of their studies. It offered a rare opportunity to gain insight into the sophisticated methods used to examine art. The exhibition looked like a set-up for forensic detective work, but was in fact an exhibition about technical and art historical research into four......'s examinations. Twenty art pilots spent six months exploring the conservators’ world, materials, techniques, and scientific equipment. The results of the research was translated into an exhibition created through collaboration between the art pilots, conservators, interaction designers, and art interpreters from...

  11. Advanced Techniques of Russian Art Actualization in Modern Youth Environment (on the Basis of «History of World Art and Literature» Course Teaching of the Students of Nizhy Novgorod Institute of Management and Business

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    Ekaterina A. Kropotova

    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available The author considers conceptual issues, characterizing Russian art as an element of spiritual and ethic system of personality development, the result of European and Russian cultural systems co-integration; methods of Russian art actualization in modern youth environment have been specified.

  12. Advanced Techniques of Russian Art Actualization in Modern Youth Environment (on the Basis of «History of World Art and Literature» Course Teaching of the Students of Nizhy Novgorod Institute of Management and Business)

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    Ekaterina A. Kropotova

    2012-01-01

    The author considers conceptual issues, characterizing Russian art as an element of spiritual and ethic system of personality development, the result of European and Russian cultural systems co-integration; methods of Russian art actualization in modern youth environment have been specified.

  13. An Exploration on Developing History Subject in Comprehensive Arts of NMT in the Light of New Curriculum Standard%新课标下高考文综历史科目发展探索

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    2011-01-01

    This paper discusses the developing trend and a common characteristic of history subject in comprehensive arts of NMT and raises some countermeasures for improving academic performance.%本文探讨了在当今高考中文综历史科目的发展趋势、一般特征,并提出了提高学生成绩的对策。

  14. Arte precolombino, arte moderno y arte latinoamericano

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    Gamboa Hinestrosa, Pablo

    2014-01-01

    ¿Cuál es la vigencia del arte precolombino? ¿Qué ha aportado ala corriente del arte universal? ¿Qué se deben mutuamente arte modernoy arte precolombino? Estos planteamientos nos sirven para establecerla vigencia del arte precolombino en Latinoamérica, buscandoantecedentes desde los tiempos de la Conquista hasta nuestros días.

  15. The canon of Cubism and the case of Vincenc Kramář. On the place of Czech Cubism in the history of modern art

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    Lahoda, Vojtěch

    Leuven: Peeters, 2013 - (Berg, H.; Głuchowska, L.), s. 131-144. (Groningen studies in cultural change. 48). ISBN 978-90-429-2756-8 Institutional support: RVO:68378033 Keywords : modern art * collector * Max Dvořák * Central Europe * Eastern Europe Subject RIV: AL - Art, Architecture, Cultural Heritage

  16. The Origins of Art

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    Aleksandre P. Lobodanov

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available The origins of artistic activities or rather art, and in recent decades the processing and consolidation of a new field in art history, art semiotics, are grouped together in the semiotic systems of applied and non-applied arts.In this paper, in particular, an analysis is made of the non-applied arts, in which non-verbal signs are used to express the form of human thought.The discussion focuses on the origins of non-applied arts, the image-forming process, the psychology of perception, the perception of sound and reproduction of sounds, the development of music and the development of dance in their entirety, as an expression of the inner condition that influences the body through movement: it thus provides a valuable contribution to the study of the non-applied arts.

  17. Potted history

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    Dijk, T. van

    2010-01-01

    The Jordan Valley was once populated by a people, now almost forgotten by historians, with whom the pharaoh of Egypt sought favour. That is the conclusion reached by Niels Groot, the first researcher to take a PhD at the Delft-Leiden Centre for Archaeology, Art History and Science.

  18. The Landscape of the Liberal Arts

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    Roche, Mark W.

    2013-01-01

    This chapter provides a rationale for the value of a liberal arts education, addressing briefly the recent history of the liberal arts, explaining the value of the liberal arts in diverse educational settings as opposed to simply residential liberal arts colleges, and exploring a contemporary rationale for the liberal arts.

  19. About Art

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    Blich, Baruch

    2001-01-01

    In his article, "About Art," Baruch Blich investigates why is art -- and especially modern art -- so difficult to understand? Why do art objects raise questions as to their status? Why scrutinizing art involves semiotics, philosophy of language, linguistics, epistemology, ontology, and even metaphysics? Why art is interpreted by psychoanalysis as well as by behaviorism and psychology of perception? What anthropology and sociology have to do with art and why do we witness art debated in the co...

  20. Other Histories: Photography and Australia’

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    Helen Ennis

    2011-01-01

    This paper deals with Australian photographys historiography in published survey histories. It argues that photography has a doubled history, represented in broader histories of Australian art and its own medium specific histories. It considers photographys treatment in recent histories of Australian art by Christopher Allen (1997), Andrew Sayers (2001) and John McDonald (2008). The four survey histories of photography published to date – by Jack Cato (1955), Gael Newton (1988), Anne Marie-Wi...

  1. Counseling as an Art: The Creative Arts in Counseling.

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    Gladding, Samuel T.

    In this book counseling approaches with a variety of populations are examined using these creative arts: music; dance/movement; imagery; visual arts; literature; drama; and play and humor. It is noted that all of these arts are process-oriented, emotionally sensitive, socially directed, and awareness-focused. Chapter 1 discusses the history,…

  2. Characteristics of Matisse art

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    葛环玉

    2012-01-01

      Henri Matisse, a rewritten history of modern art, is a deserved leader of Fauvism. Not subject to the limitations inherent color on color relationships, There is an decorative effect on the screen with Matisse. The u-nity of pure colors and lines, characters and background fusion in a decorative techniques. Matisse embarked on a far-reaching impact on 20th-century art, the avant-garde art of the road, the influence of his art and ideas to the younger generation is inestimable

  3. Depression longitudinally mediates the association of appearance concerns to ART non-adherence in HIV-infected individuals with a history of injection drug use

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    Blashill, Aaron J.; Gordon, Janna R.; Steven A Safren

    2012-01-01

    Appearance concerns are common among HIV-infected individuals, and previous cross-sectional and longitudinal data indicate that these concerns are associated with antiretroviral therapy (ART) non-adherence. However, to date, no known prospective data have explored the mechanism behind this relationship. Thus, the aim of the current study was to test depression severity as a prospective mediator of the relationship between appearance concerns and ART non-adherence in HIV-infected individuals w...

  4. Art, Technology and Nature

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    Since 1900, the connections between art and technology with nature have become increasingly inextricable. Through a selection of innovative readings by international scholars, this book presents the first investigation of the intersections between art, technology and nature in post-medieval times....... Transdisciplinary in approach, this volume’s 14 essays explore art, technology and nature’s shifting constellations that are discernible at the micro level and as part of a larger chronological pattern. Included are subjects ranging from Renaissance wooden dolls, science in the Italian art academies, and artisanal...... Camilla Skovbjerg Paldam and Jacob Wamberg trace the Kantian heritage of radically separating art and technology, and inserting both at a distance to nature, suggesting this was a transient chapter in history. Thus, they argue, the present renegotiation between art, technology and nature is reminiscent...

  5. 声学事件检测技术的发展历程与研究进展%History and State of Art of Acoustic Event Detection

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    韩纪庆

    2016-01-01

    Acoustic event detection refers to the task of detecting each semantic segment in an audio stream and associating it with a classification label .Acoustic event detection is a fundamental technique for sound scene recognition and semantic understanding ,and it is very promising in many application fields ,such as the semantic understanding of the environmental sounds for a human‐like robot ,the con‐text aware of sounds in the travelling environment for an unmanned vehicle .In this paper ,the history of acoustic event detection is reviewed from the point of view of related fields and application requirements , meanwhile ,the typical works of acoustic event detection is introduced ,and the future research of acoustic event detection is analyzed .In the analysis of related fields ,we focus on the researches of speech recogni‐tion ,music processing based on computation ,and sound processing based on auditory .In the application requirements ,we introduce the works of context aware of sounds and multimedia information retrieval . Finally ,the state of the art in acoustic event detection is analyzed ,and its future research fields is predic‐ted .%声学事件检测是指对连续音频信号流中具有明确语义的片段进行检测与标定的过程。它是机器对环境声音场景进行识别和语义理解的重要基础,并将在未来类人机器人声音环境的语义理解、无人车行车周边环境的声音感知等方面发挥重要的作用。本文分别从与声学事件检测相关领域的发展历程以及应用需求出发,对声学事件检测的历史进行了回顾,介绍了典型的研究工作,并分析了未来的发展方向。在相关领域的分析中,重点介绍语音识别、基于计算的音乐处理及基于听觉特性的声音处理等方面的工作;在应用需求方面,介绍机器的环境声音感知与多媒体信息检索方面的工作;最后分析本领域的研究现状,并展望其未来的发展趋势。

  6. Art Imitating Art

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    Eric Brook

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available Using as a contextual reference my experience of seeing the original and copy of Michelangelo's David in Florence, I briefly introduce how the Platonic legacy has affected that discourse. The Western preference in art and aesthetics is typically in favor of the original over the copy, despite whatever indiscernibility may exist between them. Since Arthur Danto has treated this phenomenon in his text The Transfiguration of the Commonplace, his relevant comments are considered and adapted for the purpose of working through how one understands the relationship between the original and copy in terms of a criterion for defining art.

  7. Community Music: History and Current Practice, Its Constructions of "Community", Digital Turns and Future Soundings, an Arts and Humanities Research Council Research Review

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    McKay, George; Higham, Ben

    2012-01-01

    The United Kingdom has been a pivotal national player within the development of community music practice. There are elements of cultural and debatably pedagogic innovations in community music. These have to date only partly been articulated and historicized within academic research. This report, funded by the UK's Arts and Humanities Research…

  8. ART ADVENTURE OF PHOTOGRAPHY

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    Atilla ILKYAZ

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available The question whether camera should be regarded as a technical device that only enables opportunity of duplicating images mechanically or an instrument that express artistic sensation of individual has strained the minds of artists, photographers, critics for years. The argument whether photograph is an art or not has enabled photograph a different dimension and has been discussed in details. In this essay, first of all short history of photograph was mentioned, then area of use of photograph in the field of art and views on photograph-art relation will be mentioned.

  9. Erosion rates and weathering history of rock surfaces associated with Aboriginal rock art engravings (petroglyphs) on Burrup Peninsula, Western Australia, from cosmogenic nuclide measurements

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    Pillans, Brad; Fifield, L. Keith

    2013-06-01

    The Burrup Peninsula and surrounding Dampier Archipelago, in Western Australia, contain the world's largest known gallery of rock art engravings (petroglyphs), estimated to number up to 1 million images. The peninsula is also the site of major industrial development and there are concerns that industrial emissions may adversely affect the stability and longevity of the rock art. We have studied the natural processes and rates of weathering and erosion, including the effects of fire, that affect the stability of rock surfaces and hence the longevity of the rock art, using cosmogenic nuclides. The concentration of 10Be in quartz yields erosion rates in the range 0.15-0.48 mm/1000 years on horizontal rock surfaces and 0.34-2.30 mm/1000 years on vertical rock faces. The former, largely caused by mm-scale surface flaking, are amongst the lowest erosion rates measured by cosmogenic nuclides anywhere in the world. The latter are inferred to represent a combination of mm-scale flaking and very rare centimetre- to metre-scale block falls, controlled by failure along joint planes. Such low erosion rates result from a combination of resistant rocks, low relief and low rainfall, favouring long-term preservation of the petroglyphs - long enough to encompass the known period of human settlement in Australia.

  10. Discussion of ‘Style’ from Max Loehr and the Study of Chinese Bronzes, Style and Classification in the History of Art, Ithaca, Cornell University Press: Cornell East Asia Series 2008

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    Robert Bagley

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available This essay is the concluding chapter of a study of the work of Max Loehr (1903-1988, an art historian whose visual analysis of unprovenanced Chinese bronzes famously anticipated the discoveries of archaeologists. It argues that Loehr’s strictly pragmatic understanding of style is implicit in the daily practice of most art historians, but that most of our explicit uses of the word, including such everyday expressions as ‘Romanesque style’ and ‘style of Raphael’, presume the existence of a mysterious, indefinable entity that is both a property of the object and a disembodied agent evolving independently of artists and objects. Not surprisingly, no procedure for ascertaining the style of an object has ever been described. The failure to recognize that style is not a physical property but only a shorthand for talking about comparisons is responsible for many classic confusions in art history. Finding the causes of a style or explaining its evolution (‘the origin of the Gothic style’, ‘the evolution from Renaissance to Baroque’, relating styles to times or cultures or nations, relating them across media (‘Baroque painting’ and ‘Baroque music’—these are fictitious problems, artefacts of a mistaken belief in a thing called ‘style’.

  11. ‘From the Prophet to Postmodernism? New World Orders and the End of Islamic Art’, in Elizabeth Mansfield, ed., Making Art History: A Changing Discipline and its Institutions, London and New York: Routledge, 2007. Reproduced by permission of the author and publishers.

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    Finbarr Barry Flood

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available This article addresses the peculiar fact that in most art historical surveys the narrative of Islamic art history ends around 1800 CE. It considers the roots of this idiosyncrasy and its implications for attempts to coopt or instrumentalize the objects of Islamic art in the decade after 2001 in discourses of liberalism and tolerance in which an originary Islam was contrasted with modern more 'fundamentalist' understandings of religious belief and practice. It explores contradictions inherent in related attempts to locate models for Muslim religious subjectivity in medieval artefacts secularized as art objects.

  12. Chinese Lacquer Art

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    ChengXiangjun

    2003-01-01

    Over the sweep of Chinese longstanding history,numerous treasures and heritages have been left over,among which the lacquer art is a brilliant one.China is the earliest country in the world using natural lacquer,In the early 1970s,archeologists unearthed a red lacquer wood bowl in an excavation in the

  13. Car Art.

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    Meilach, Dona Z.

    2002-01-01

    Discusses car art and its appeal to boys and girls. Describes the popularity of customizing cars, focusing on this as a future career for students. Includes a list of project ideas that focuses on car art. (CMK)

  14. Street art

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    Mulcahy, Linda

    2014-01-01

    This film considers what collectors lose when they take street art away from the street. More generally, it looks at the challenges posed by street art and the way it encourages us to reclaim our city.

  15. Organisational Art

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    Ferro-Thomsen, Martin

    the boundaries of the art institution ? and thereby expanding it without suspending it. The thesis takes its historical outset with ?Artist Placement Group? (formed in 1966), a British art group that developed an unprecedented framework for placing artists in organisational environments to circumvent......University of Copenhagen / Learning Lab Denmark. 2005 Kort beskrivelse: Organisational Art is a tentative title for an art form that works together with organisations to produce art. This is most often done together with non-artist members of the organisation and on-site in their social context. OA...... is characterised as socially engaged, conceptual, discursive, site-specific and contextual. Abstract: This investigation is about Organisational Art (OA), which is a tentative title for an art form that works together with organisations (companies, institutions, communities, governments and NGOs) to produce art...

  16. Aesthetic and Culture Origin of Vocal Art

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    张延春

    2010-01-01

    As one of the most commonly and widely adopted art forms, vocal art has been closely related with national culture and the aesthetics trend. Traditional Chinese vocal art rooted from China' s long history and distinctive culture. On the contrary, Italian bel canto stems from the prospect of Italian Opera Art during the Renaissance period. This essay discusses the differences between East and West vocal art, from its aesthetic and culture origin.

  17. Women and the art of fiction

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    Fraser, Hilary

    2010-01-01

    Women wrote about art in the nineteenth century in a variety of genres, ranging from the formal historical or technical treatise and professional art journalism, to travel writing, poetry, and fiction. Their fiction is often less ideologically circumscribed than their formal art histories: the visual arts constituted a language for writing about the social position of women, and about questions of gender and sexuality. This essay considers how women introduced the visual arts and artist figur...

  18. Introduction. The History of Copyright History: Notes from an Emerging Discipline.

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    Kretschmer, Martin; Bently, Lionel; Deazley, Ronan

    2013-01-01

    What is Copyright History? History has normative force. There was no history of colonialism, gender, fashion or crime until there were contemporary demands to explain and justify certain values. During much of the twentieth century, ’copyright’ history (the history of legal, particularly proprietary, mechanisms for the regulation of the reproduction and distribution of cultural products – as opposed to the history of art, literature, music, or the history of publishers and art-sellers) was no...

  19. CREATIVE COLLISIONS: ARTS @CERN

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    2012-01-01

    In 2000, CERN hosted Signatures of the Invisible – one of the landmark initiatives in arts and science. In 2012, CERN is now initiating its own science/arts programme Collide@CERN in different arts disciplines. The first of these is in digital arts, and the international competition to find the winning artist is called the Prix Ars Electronica Collide@CERN. It was announced September 2011 at CERN’s first collaboration with an international arts festival – Ars Electronica in Linz. The competition attracted over 395 entries from 40 countries around the world. The winning artist, Julius Von Bismarck, will begin his two month residency here at CERN next month. Ariane Koek who leads on this initiative, discusses the residency programme, as well as the background about Art@CERN. History has shown that particle physics and the arts are great inspiration partners. The publication of the paper by Max Planck which gave birth to quantum mechanics as well as those by Einstein, heavily influenced some of the grea...

  20. Médicos ecuestres, el arte de curar y los galenos en la historia nacional (Ciudad de México, 1877-1911 Itinerant physicians, the art of healing and doctors in national history (Mexico City, 1877-1911

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    Claudia Agostoni

    2008-06-01

    Full Text Available La incertidumbre y desconfianza que en ocasiones suscitó la presencia y actuación de los médicos diplomados en la ciudad de México durante el gobierno de Porfirio Díaz (1877-1911, condujo a que éstos profesionistas consideraran como esencial fortalecer, vigorizar y crear, hasta donde fuese posible, una imagen respetable, competente y homogénea de su labor profesional. Para ello, recurrieron, recrearon y adaptaron las máximas de ética médica de la cultura médica occidental a su labor profesional, y se abocaron a rescatar del olvido histórico a destacados médicos del convulso siglo diecinueve mexicano. Con ello, como se expondrá en este ensayo, anhelaban responder, reaccionar y neutralizar la incredulidad y la crítica que el público manifestaba en torno a su quehacer y desempeño profesional.The uncertainty and mistrust towards the presence and activities of academic medical practitioners in Mexico City during the Porfirio Díaz government (1877-1911 convinced these professionals that is was essential to create, strengthen and transmit a respectable, competent and homogeneous image of the profession. To this purpose they recovered, recreated and adapted the ethical maxims of the occidental medical culture to their professional work, and rescued eminent medical figures of Mexico's convulse nineteenth century from being lost in the oblivion of history. Their goal - as it will be expounded in the following pages - was to respond, oppose and neutralize the criticism and disbelief expressed by the public against their professional performance.

  1. ‘The “Meidias” hydria: a visual and textual journey of a Greek vase in the history of art of antiquity (c. 1770s–1840s’

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    Emmanouil Kalkanis

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available This article examines scholarly publications between the 1770s and 1840s of one of the most published Athenian red-figured vases, a hydria first known in the collection of Sir William Hamilton and since 1772 in the British Museum. It reviews critically several visual and textual interpretations of the vase by a range of scholars of various European nationalities. It offers a new interpretation of a well-known object and reveals the extent to which its iconography influenced the development of art-historical writing and vice versa. While d’Hancarville was a pioneer in his own peculiar way, others were all more or less influenced by him though having their own agendas, not really related to any intrinsic interest in the vase, or any vase, as an object. What the article establishes is that although every writer was the product of his time and culture, only one of them (Eduard Gerhard really advanced the study of the vase or Greek ceramics being more thorough and imaginative in analyzing the subject matter.

  2. ‘Towards an “exakte Kunstwissenschaft”(?. Part II: The new German art history in the nineteenth century: a summary of some problems'

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    Stefan Muthesius

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available This article is based on what has been outlined in ‘Part I’ and on additional references to other new German work, as well as to articles by two of the protagonists of the 1870s and 1880s, Anton Springer and Moritz Thausing. The central issue is the nineteenth century’s desire for a Verwissenschaftlichung of the subject, to render the subject ‘purely scientific’. Principally this concerns the way in which older kinds of connoisseurship were juxtaposed to the new claims of a strictly ‘historical’ approach. Much shorter sections touch on aspects of style, iconography and form, as well as on the history of the provision of illustrations.

  3. History-Painting

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    Gagnon, Alex

    2014-01-01

    This was the first official "History-Painting" in The History-Project, a series of works of art - interdisciplinary! - that I engaged in from the Summer of 2001 until around circa 2005. It is an oil painting on Masonite board, roughly 6 inches by 8 inches.

  4. Art Historians Urge a Different Perspective on Works That Exist Outside Traditional Categories.

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    Coughlin, Ellen K.

    1987-01-01

    Art historians are saying that while art outside the mainstream challenges many usual assumptions about art history, more attention should be given to nontraditional art genres such as graffiti, folk art, children's art, prehistoric cave paintings, and the art of the insane. (MSE)

  5. Installation Art

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    Petersen, Anne Ring

    Despite its large and growing popularity – to say nothing of its near-ubiquity in the world’s art scenes and international exhibitions of contemporary art –installation art remains a form whose artistic vocabulary and conceptual basis have rarely been subjected to thorough critical examination....... In Installation Art: Between Image and Stage, Anne Ring Petersen aims to change that. She begins by exploring how installation art developed into an interdisciplinary genre in the 1960s, and how its intertwining of the visual and the performative has acted as a catalyst for the generation of new artistic...... phenomena. It investigates how it became one of today’s most widely used art forms, increasingly expanding into consumer, popular and urban cultures, where installation’s often spectacular appearance ensures that it meets contemporary demands for sense-provoking and immersive cultural experiences. The main...

  6. [History of Polish pharmacy].

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    Okuda, J; Okuda, R

    1993-01-01

    Doctoral thesis (in French) by Monika Debska-Donnet, entitled "History of pharmacy and pharmaceutical art collections in Poland" which was presented to Paris XI University (Faculty of Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences) in 1991, was translated into Japanese and summarized. In this report, histories of pharmacy education, pharmacists, community pharmacies, pharmacopoeiae, pharmaceutical industries in Poland were described, and four representative Polish museums of history of pharmacy were also explained. PMID:11639718

  7. Playware Explorations in Robot Art

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    Lund, Henrik Hautop; Pagliarini, Luigi

    2013-01-01

    We describe the upcoming art field termed robot art. Describing our group contribution to the world of robot art, a brief excursion on the importance of the underlying principles, of the context, of the message and its semiotic is also provided, case by case, together with few hints on the recent...... history of such a discipline, under the light of an artistic perspective. Therefore, the aim of the paper is to try to summarize the main characteristics that might classify ro-bot art as a unique and innovative discipline, and to track down some of the principles by which a robotic artifact can be...

  8. Toilets and the Smart Grid: A role for history and art in communicating assessed science for Earth—The Operators' Manual

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    Alley, R. B.; Haines-Stiles, G.; Akuginow, E.

    2010-12-01

    Assessed science consistently shows that an economically efficient response to global warming would begin now, with the likelihood of side benefits including increased employment, security, and environmental quality. This result has been obtained consistently for many years, yet societal responses over this time have fallen well short of the economically efficient path, suggesting that society is being strongly influenced by additional considerations. First-hand experience indicates that many people, including many policy-makers, “know” global-warming “science” that did not come from the scientific assessment bodies or their participating scientists. Instead, this supposedly supporting science was provided by opponents of actions to deal with global warming, and was designed to be inaccurate and easily defeated (e.g., “All of global warming theory rests on the correlation between CO2 and temperature”, or “…rests on the hockey stick.”) A useful discussion of possible wise responses to the problem is difficult when so much that many people “know” just isn’t so. The inaccurate information has been presented very effectively, but we believe that accurate information can be presented even more effectively, honestly showing the costs and benefits of efficient response while explicitly addressing the widespread misconceptions. The history of previous environmental issues offers one path forward, with denial preceding solutions in such diverse cases as the San Francisco earthquake and toilets in Edinburgh. We will provide first-hand reports from preparation of an NSF Informal Science Education-funded project, Earth—The Operators’ Manual.

  9. Art Markets

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    P.A. Arora (Payal); F.R.R. Vermeylen (Filip)

    2013-01-01

    textabstractThe advent of digitization has had a profound impact on the art market and its institutions. In this chapter, we focus on the market for visual arts as it finds its expression in (among other) paintings, prints, drawings, photographs, sculpture and the like. These artistic disciplines cl

  10. ART ADVENTURE OF PHOTOGRAPHY

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    Atilla ILKYAZ; Sahin, Derya

    2014-01-01

    The question whether camera should be regarded as a technical device that only enables opportunity of duplicating images mechanically or an instrument that express artistic sensation of individual has strained the minds of artists, photographers, critics for years. The argument whether photograph is an art or not has enabled photograph a different dimension and has been discussed in details. In this essay, first of all short history of photograph was mentioned, then area of use of photograph ...

  11. Art and Chemistry

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    Walter, Philippe

    2015-01-01

    Philippe Walter’s teaching, which he delivered as holder of the Liliane Bettencourt Annual Chair of Technological Innovation, was completed with two lectures on “practical work” to deal with a real case. The conditions and challenges of interdisciplinary research combining analytical chemistry, art history and archaeology were thus discussed in relation to specific works. The Holy Family, Constantin Abraham (1785-1855) by Raphaël (aka), Sanzio Raffaello (1483-1520), hard porcelain, Sèvres, C...

  12. Engineering Art Galleries

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    de Rezende, P.; Souza, C; Friedrichs, S.; Hemmer, M.; Kröller, A.; Tozoni, D.

    2014-01-01

    The Art Gallery Problem is one of the most well-known problems in Computational Geometry, with a rich history in the study of algorithms, complexity, and variants. Recently there has been a surge in experimental work on the problem. In this survey, we describe this work, show the chronology of developments, and compare current algorithms, including two unpublished versions, in an exhaustive experiment. Furthermore, we show what core algorithmic ingredients have led to recent successes.

  13. Digital Art and Design

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    Khaldoun A. A. BESOUL; Safwan AL SALAIMEH; Khaled BATIHA

    2006-01-01

    The desire to create unique things and give free rain to one's imagination served as a powerful impetus to the development of digital art and design software. The commoner was the use of computers the wider variety of professional software was developed. Nowadays the creators and computer designers are receiving more and more new and advanced programs that allow their ideas becoming virtual reality. This research paper looks at the history of the development of graphic editors from the simple...

  14. Digital Art and Design

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    Khaled BATIHA; Safwan AL SALAIMEH; Besoul, Khaldoun

    2007-01-01

    The desire to create unique things and give free rain to one's imagination served as a powerful impetus to the development of digital art and design software. The commoner was the use of computers the wider variety of professional software was developed. Nowadays the creators and computer designers are receiving more and more new and advanced programs that allow their ideas becoming virtual reality. This research paper looks at the history of the development of graphic editors fro...

  15. ART 101 Tutorials /art101dotcom

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    2015-01-01

    ART 101 Entire Course   For more course tutorials visit www.uopart101.com   ART 101 Week 1 CheckPoint Visual Literacy ART 101 Week 1 Assignment Reading Art Practicing Iconography ART 101 Week 2 CheckPoint Art and Intention ART 101 Week 2 DQ 1 and DQ 2 ART 101 Week 3 CheckPoint Analytical and Expressive Line ART 101 Week 3 Assignment Formal Analysis of Art ART 101 Week 4 CheckPoint Design Movements ART 101 Week 4 DQ 1 and DQ 2 ART 1...

  16. Is Fine art a viable alternative investment?

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    Thomas, Vincent

    2012-01-01

    This paper will study the Art market as an investment opportunity. We will forget about the artistic characteristics of the market (history of art, aesthetic, technic...) and focus only on the business and economic aspects of the market treating art works as tradable goods. Our goal will be to determine whether or not the art market would be a suitable investment vehicle, offering some interesting outlook to investment diversification. This paper will pay a closer look at the recent financial...

  17. Balinese Art versus Global Art

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    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available AbstractThere are two reasons why “Balinese art” is not a global art form, firstbecause it became too closely subordinated to tourism between the 1950sand 1970s, and secondly because of confusion about how to classify“modern” and “traditional” Balinese art. The category of ‘modern’ artseems at first to be unproblematic, but looking at Balinese paintingfrom the 1930s to the present day shows that divisions into ‘traditional’,‘modern’ and ‘contemporary’ are anything but straight-forward. Indismantling the myth that modern Balinese art was a Western creation,this article also shows that Balinese art has a complicated relationship toIndonesian art, and that success as a modern or contemporary artist inBali depends on going outside the island.

  18. Arts Entrepreneurship

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    Gartner, Bill

    2015-01-01

    Contribution to the opinion series “Perspectives” on arts entrepreneurship; how arts entrepreneurship is situated in relation to other disciplines or fields; what problems we are grappling with as scholars, practitioners, teachers, and artists; and what are the research questions we are attempting...... to answer individually or as a field. Under the headline “Perspectives on Arts Entrepreneurship, part 2”, are responses from: William B. Gartner, Professor of Entrepreneurship at Copenhagen Business School and California Lutheran University; Joseph Roberts, Director of the Coleman Fellows Program, Associate...

  19. Aestheticized politics : the workings of North Korean art

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    Yoon, Min-Kyung

    2014-01-01

    My dissertation is a study of North Korean art as a site where politics, history, and culture meet. Art in North Korea fulfills a clear purpose. This is most apparent in the depiction of historical themes in North Korean art. History serves the political legitimization of the North Korean state and

  20. Danish Sixties Avant-Garde and American Minimal Art

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    Max Ipsen

    2007-01-01

    Denmark is peripheral in the history of minimalism in the arts. In an international perspective Danish artists made almost no contributions to minimalism, according to art historians. But the fact is that Danish artists made minimalist works of art, and they did it very early.Art historians tend to describe minimal art as an entirely American phenomenon. America is the centre, Europe the periphery that lagged behind the centre, imitating American art. I will try to query this view with exampl...

  1. The Artful Universe Expanded

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    Barrow, John D.

    2005-07-01

    Our love of art, writes John Barrow, is the end product of millions of years of evolution. How we react to a beautiful painting or symphony draws upon instincts laid down long before humans existed. Now, in this enhanced edition of the highly popular The Artful Universe , Barrow further explores the close ties between our aesthetic appreciation and the basic nature of the Universe. Barrow argues that the laws of the Universe have imprinted themselves upon our thoughts and actions in subtle and unexpected ways. Why do we like certain types of art or music? What games and puzzles do we find challenging? Why do so many myths and legends have common elements? In this eclectic and entertaining survey, Barrow answers these questions and more as he explains how the landscape of the Universe has influenced the development of philosophy and mythology, and how millions of years of evolutionary history have fashioned our attraction to certain patterns of sound and color. Barrow casts the story of human creativity and thought in a fascinating light, considering such diverse topics as our instinct for language, the origins and uses of color in nature, why we divide time into intervals as we do, the sources of our appreciation of landscape painting, and whether computer-generated fractal art is really art. Drawing on a wide variety of examples, from the theological questions raised by St. Augustine and C.S. Lewis to the relationship between the pure math of Pythagoras and the music of the Beatles, The Artful Universe Expanded covers new ground and enters a wide-ranging debate about the meaning and significance of the links between art and science.

  2. Science, Art and Geometrical Imagination

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    Luminet, J. -P.

    2009-01-01

    From the geocentric, closed world model of Antiquity to the wraparound universe models of relativistic cosmology, the parallel history of space representations in science and art illustrates the fundamental role of geometric imagination in innovative findings. Through the analysis of works of various artists and scientists like Plato, Durer, Kepler, Escher, Grisey or the present author, it is shown how the process of creation in science and in the arts rests on aesthetical principles such as ...

  3. The Cosmopolitan Museum of Art

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    Kreuzzieger, Milan

    Melbourne : Melbourne Univ. Press, 2009 - ( And erson, J.), s. 1067-1070 ISBN 978-0-522-85500-5. [32nd International Congress in the History of Art. Melbourne (AU), 13.01.2008-18.01.2008] R&D Projects: GA MŠk(CZ) LC06013 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z90090514 Keywords : art * museum Subject RIV: AA - Philosophy ; Religion

  4. Art and dystonia.

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    Garcia-Ruiz, Pedro J; Slawek, Jaroslaw; Sitek, Emilia J; Martinez Castrillo, Juan Carlos

    2015-09-15

    Dystonia has a recent history in medicine. Focal dystonia was described in the 19th century by classic authors including Gowers, whilst generalized dystonia was described at the turn of the century. However, it is possible to find precise descriptions of dystonia in art, centuries before the medical definition. We have reviewed several pieces of art (sculpture, painting and literature) across the history that might represent descriptions of dystonia, from ancient period to nowadays. In classic times, the first reference to abnormal postures can be tracked back to the new Empire of Egypt (equinus foot), not to mention some recently described examples of dystonia from the Moche sculptures in Peru or Veracruz culture from Mexico. In Middle Ages it is possible to find many examples of sculptures in European cathedrals representing peasants with dramatic, presumably dystonic postures that coexist with amputation of limbs. This unique combination of dystonia and limb amputation probably represents ergotism. The painters Brueghel, Ribera and Velazquez also represented figures with postures likely to be dystonic. Literature is also a source of precise pre-neurological descriptions, especially during the 19th century. In David Copperfield, Dickens depicts characters with generalized dystonia (Uriah Heep), cervical dystonia (Mr. Sharp) and spasmodic dysphonia (Mr Creakle). Finally, even in modern Art (19th and 20th centuries), there are dramatic descriptions of abnormal postures that are likely to be dystonic, such as painful cervical dystonia (Brancusi), cervical dystonia with sensory trick (Modigliani) and upper limb dystonia (Wyspianski). However some postures presented in works of art may simply be a form of artistic expression and only bear unintentional resemblance to the dystonic postures. Art may be a source of neurological information, and that includes primary and secondary dystonia. PMID:26139341

  5. Art History in The Nordic Countries

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    Dam Christensen, Hans; Karlholm, Dan; Rampley, Matthew

    2012-01-01

    Artiklen belyser kunsthistoriefagets udvikling i Danmark, Norge, Sverige og Finland siden midten af 1800-tallet og frem til i dag, hvorvisuel kultur-studier i stigende grad præger billedforskningen....

  6. Shadow art

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    Mitra, Niloy J.

    2009-01-01

    "To them, I said, the truth would be literally nothing but the shadows of the images." - Plato, The Republic Shadow art is a unique form of sculptural art where the 2D shadows cast by a 3D sculpture are essential for the artistic effect. We introduce computational tools for the creation of shadow art and propose a design process where the user can directly specify the desired shadows by providing a set of binary images and corresponding projection information. Since multiple shadow images often contradict each other, we present a geometric optimization that computes a 3D shadow volume whose shadows best approximate the provided input images. Our analysis shows that this optimization is essential for obtaining physically realizable 3D sculptures. The resulting shadow volume can then be modified with a set of interactive editing tools that automatically respect the often intricate shadow constraints. We demonstrate the potential of our system with a number of complex 3D shadow art sculptures that go beyond what is seen in contemporary art pieces. © 2009 ACM.

  7. Studios as Locations of Possibility: Remembering a History

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    Wix, Linney

    2010-01-01

    This paper considers the studio in art therapy as a neglected yet key aspect of the field's history. Descriptions of studio art practice among the founders of the American Art Therapy Association and such predecessors as Mary Huntoon were obtained through historical research. Because both art therapy and art studios are hybrid in nature, the…

  8. Art Therapy

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    Skov, Vibeke; Pedersen, Inge Nygaard

    2014-01-01

    Abstract Based on a Jungian approach, this article will introduce an integrative model to therapeutic change using art therapy methods as practical tools, with the aim of improving quality of life and in the prevention of depression. In a research study involving six participants, painting, clay...... work and drumming were used together with imagination and personal dialogues linked to the artwork. These art therapy processes attempted to combine the participant’s experience of inner and outer reality. The effect of gaining more knowledge about their inner reality using dreams and symbols......, was that participants gained a new understanding about their personal life. In addition, some participants were able to continue to use art therapy experiences as selfdevelopmental tools after the research study terminated. Jung’s description of the interactive relationship between the two living parts of the psyche...

  9. Response Art: The Art of the Art Therapist

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    Fish, Barbara J.

    2012-01-01

    Response art is artwork created by art therapists in response to material that arises in their therapy work. Art therapists use response art to contain difficult material, express and examine their experiences, and share their experiences with others. In this viewpoint, some of the varied uses of response art are discussed and illuminated with…

  10. 论高职院校设计专业开设艺术史课程的重要性%On the Importance for Design Major of Higher Vocational Colleges to Establish Art History Course

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    顾雪

    2011-01-01

    In the rapid development of higher vocational education today,the features of vocational education becomes apparent.Different from the training goal of common higher education,higher vocational education focuses on training students' practical ability,so in teaching,the practical courses are increasing and theory courses are reduced. But higher education also lays stress on comprehensive qualities, especially for design major, and students' humanistic and artistic accomplishment is the important content in teaching.Through the study of art history, teachers are able to train students' aesthetic ability and improve students' aesthetic level,so as to improve their appreciation and evaluation ability of design works,achieving the purpose of enriching the connotation of the design.%在高职教育快速发展的今天,职业教育的特色愈加明显。区别于普通高等教育的培养目标使高职院校着重于训练学生的实践动手能力,因此在教学上有意加大、加强了实践课程的力度,而相应缩短和减少了理论课程的学时。但是,高等教育还强调综合素质的培养,尤其对于设计专业而言,学生的人文素养和艺术素养也是教学的重要内容。通过艺术史的学习,能够多方面地培养学生必需的审美能力,提高学生的审美水平,从而提高对设计的鉴赏和评价能力,达到丰富设计内涵的目的。

  11. A PICKED SAMPLE TO THE FOOTPRINT OF PRIMITIVE INDIVIDUALISM OF RECENT DATE ART: BASQUIAT

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    Tosun, Ozgur

    2015-01-01

    Through the culturel history, meaning of art and art object have been queried and these researchs have emerged thesis and antithesis. Fundamentaly, this article aim to comparison interaction and/or conflict with mathematical rationalist art and primitive/heuristical/romantic art. In this context, effects of primitive and experssive art to the nowadays’ art perception are examined to envolve out of Basquiat and neo expressionism. Entailment of expressive art in contemporary art is researched f...

  12. Art Lessons

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    2011-01-01

    Art exhibitions in China are now an important way to engage with Africa THE African Museum at China’s Zhejiang Normal University(ZJNU) is the first of its kind on the Chinese mainland with the theme of African civilization.ZJNU is also the first Chinese university to set up a comprehensive institute of African studies.The museum was completed on

  13. Chicken Art

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    Bickett, Marianne

    2009-01-01

    In this article, the author describes how a visit from a flock of chickens provided inspiration for the children's chicken art. The gentle clucking of the hens, the rooster crowing, and the softness of the feathers all provided rich aural, tactile, visual, and emotional experiences. The experience affirms the importance and value of direct…

  14. Art, Paleolithic

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    Svoboda, Jiří

    Vol. 1. Great Barrington : Berkshire Poublishing Group LLC, 2005 - (McNeill, W.), s. 180-184 ISBN 0-9743091-0-9 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z80010507 Keywords : Paleolithic * art Subject RIV: AC - Archeology, Anthropology, Ethnology

  15. Integrate the Arts. The Art of Ancient Egypt.

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    Parks, Mary

    1996-01-01

    Presents three art projects that can bring to life the study of ancient Egypt for elementary students. After researching Egypt's history and culture, students can create King Tut masks, make Cleopatra headdresses, and craft cartouche pendants. The article describes the materials needed and steps required to complete each project. (SM)

  16. Other Histories: Photography and Australia’

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    Helen Ennis

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available This paper deals with Australian photographys historiography in published survey histories. It argues that photography has a doubled history, represented in broader histories of Australian art and its own medium specific histories. It considers photographys treatment in recent histories of Australian art by Christopher Allen (1997, Andrew Sayers (2001 and John McDonald (2008. The four survey histories of photography published to date – by Jack Cato (1955, Gael Newton (1988, Anne Marie-Willis (1988 and Helen Ennis (2007 – are discussed in relation to the different methodologies used. The inter-relationship between local and international developments in historiography is considered and recent paradigmatic shifts in writing on photography are identified. They include the emergence of a pluralized notion of photography, interdisciplinary approaches and concerns with narrative and materiality. Finally, it is argued that a new kind of historiography has emerged, evident in histories that are purposefully fractional.

  17. Primitive Art and Petroglyphs of Armenia

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    Tokhatyan, Karen

    2015-07-01

    Petroglyphs of Armenia have preserved valuable manifestations of primi­tive knowledge, beliefs and art. Within the scope of this unique iconographic art a number of key issues are examined: the origin of ancient art, its attribu­tes and functions, the relationship between art and science, the role of art as an important means of human cognition and communication. Thus, rock art is presented as subject of art history and aesthetics, manifestation of scienti­fic knowledge of the past, and an oldest iconographic language with charac­teristic features of book culture. These general scientific aspects are elucidated alongside achievements of an­ci­ent Greek and medieval Armenian philosophy. As a result, it becomes obvious that different problems of art during millennia remained within the fo­cus of the Armenian aesthetic mind, testifying to the continuity and succe­ssion of creative activitiy in Armenian culture.

  18. Balinese Art versus Global Art

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    Adrian Vickers

    2015-01-01

    AbstractThere are two reasons why “Balinese art” is not a global art form, firstbecause it became too closely subordinated to tourism between the 1950sand 1970s, and secondly because of confusion about how to classify“modern” and “traditional” Balinese art. The category of ‘modern’ artseems at first to be unproblematic, but looking at Balinese paintingfrom the 1930s to the present day shows that divisions into ‘traditional’,‘modern’ and ‘contemporary’ are anything but straight-forward. Indism...

  19. Producing the Goods: Design History and the Production of Knowledge.

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    Hewitt, John

    1990-01-01

    Questions the origin of design history and its relationship to art history. Maintains that design historical knowledge is produced, and it must be acknowledged that there are design histories and not one monolithic body of knowledge. (KM)

  20. DIPLOMACTY - SCIENCE OR ART

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    Hellvig Robert Claudiu

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available Even though everyone defines diplomacy in some form, all recognize its special place that bears its political and legal mechanisms and structures, changes over the centuries in foreign policies enhancing its importance in the new context of globalization, thus acquiring new meanings and ways and embracing new features. As we will see later in the paper, diplomacy exists even in ancient times, though not necessarily under this name. Nowadays we can say that diplomats, through their efforts they reconcile conflicting situations and even avoid negative consequences for states, such as embargoes or even wars. It is therefore necessary for diplomats to master the art of negotiations and to be specialized and skilled people. The present study will make an incursion into history until present time to highlight the evolution and importance of diplomacy in international relations. The paper is addressed to those who wish to learn a brief history of diplomacy in a couple of minutes, from El-Amarna until today. The impact of diplomacy on how the state is seen in relationship with others is even more powerful considering the ability to reflect how conflicts are settled or resolved before they escalate. The aim of the paper is to provide a broader vision of what diplomacy means, through the chronology from appearance and its development to the final conclusion: is it a science or an art? The intention is that this work will be useful to all who wish to know more about this subject still considered relatively new. It is worth to mention that it has led to the emergence of a new job – the diplomat, an official, whose mission is to maintain relations with officials of other states or to deal on behalf of his country, who knows how to behave in a situation in order to achieve his goals. Briefly, a shift from art itself to a policy of the art of diplomacy.

  1. Games Children Play: Playthings as User Friendly Aids for Learning in Art Appreciation.

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    Payne, Margaret

    1993-01-01

    Elementary school art history lessons may be aided by the use of everyday games and playthings, such as jigsaw puzzles, board games, card games, puppets, and dolls, that have been altered to include an art history overlay. Such activities should help children better understand art and encourage them to talk about art. Specific examples of such…

  2. The Art of Selling Art

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    Poulsen, Nina

    2009-01-01

    Presenting empirical material from the making of the exhibition “This is Not Fiction” at the Milk Wall Gallery in the autumn 2007, I will in this paper introduce some of the themes and characteristics that are central to the notion of art and to the ethnographic study of it.

  3. An Art Centered Art Curriculum.

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    Irvine, Hope

    1984-01-01

    There are 10 approaches that teachers can use to sort out and present works of art to students, e.g., stylistic, topical, specific artist. Teachers should use all the approaches when developing a curriculum. An example of how a study of impressionism by secondary students might include these approaches is provided. (RM)

  4. Mathematics for the liberal arts

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    Bindner, Donald; Hemmeter, Joe

    2014-01-01

    Presents a clear bridge between mathematics and the liberal arts Mathematics for the Liberal Arts provides a comprehensible and precise introduction to modern mathematics intertwined with the history of mathematical discoveries. The book discusses mathematical ideas in the context of the unfolding story of human thought and highlights the application of mathematics in everyday life. Divided into two parts, Mathematics for the Liberal Arts first traces the history of mathematics from the ancient world to the Middle Ages, then moves on to the Renaissance and finishes with the development of modern mathematics. In the second part, the book explores major topics of calculus and number theory, including problem-solving techniques and real-world applications. This book emphasizes learning through doing, presents a practical approach, and features: A detailed explanation of why mathematical principles are true and how the mathematical processes workNumerous figures and diagrams as well as hundreds of worked example...

  5. Art Interrupting Business, Business interrupting Art

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    Kampf, Constance Elizabeth

    2014-01-01

    the scene for understanding digital activism, this chapter examines a partial history of digital artist activism focused on ®™ark and etoy, two artist collectives that were networked and cooperated on some projects in the late 1990s. The focus is on two projects and their impacts: Toywar and Vote......Tensions between global corporations and digital artists who use business as an artistic and activist medium reveal rough edges in the interface between business and society. This interaction can be seen as a space where the interface between business and society is being challenged, with artists...... performing online art that raises awareness about hidden aspects of business practices. As digital artists place the spotlight on activities and business strategies that are not part of corporate plans for communicating their “transparency,” they also work to reconfigure and re(de)fine this interface. To set...

  6. Portraying User Interface History

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    Jørgensen, Anker Helms

    The user interface is coming of age. Papers adressing UI history have appeared in fair amounts in the last 25 years. Most of them address particular aspects such as an in­novative interface paradigm or the contribution of a visionary or a research lab. Contrasting this, papers addres­sing UI...... history. Next the paper analyses a selected sample of papers on UI history at large. The analysis shows that the current state-of-art is featured by three aspects: Firstly internalism, in that the papers adress the tech­nologies in their own right with little con­text­ualization, secondly whiggism in that...... they largely address prevailing UI techno­logies, and thirdly history from above in that they focus on the great deeds of the visionaries. The paper then compares this state-of-art in UI history to the much more mature fields history of computing and history of technology. Based hereon, some...

  7. An event as a work of art

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    Jakopič, Sara

    2014-01-01

    This thesis is an exploration of the event and performance as one of the practices of contemporary art that is currently enjoying widespread popularity. The opening chapters address the meaning behind these terms followed by research on the development of this medium of expression throughout history. The focus then shifts to the character of performance. Throughout the contemplation I investigate its relation with the basic elements of fine art expression, as performance art is deeply root...

  8. Alive With Art

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    2011-01-01

    Lovers of art who settle in Beijing have a wide set of options as local art museums featuring the best in home-grown and international art are trending right now.The National Art Museum of China and the CAFA (Central Academy of Fine Arts) Art Museum are two of the most important institutions available to feed the art itch.

  9. Mural Painting as Inclusive Art Learning Experience

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    Ho, Kong

    2010-01-01

    Traditional art education, like other academic disciplines, emphasizes competitiveness and individualism. Through a mural painting curriculum, learners participate in mural art and history appreciation, are active in mural theme or content construction, and engage in hands-on mural design and painting processes. When mural paintings are produced…

  10. Should Science and Arts Education Be Separated?

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    2009-01-01

    China’s practice of separating science and arts education has a long and complicated history. Back in the early 1950s, China decided to adopt the Soviet Union’s practice of separating science and arts education into two systems, the upshot of which was many universities finding themselves divided into

  11. New progresses of Chinese art casting

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    TAN De-rui

    2007-01-01

    @@ The Chinese art casting with 5 000 years history has been rapidly developed in recent ten years. This benefits from the great development of Chinese economy, the large-scale urban construction and transformation, the increasing demands for the cultural work of art, the loose religious environment and the expanding international market.

  12. Shanghai Performing Arts Fair Gaining Global Popularity

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    TianZui; ZuZhongren

    2003-01-01

    China Shanghai International Arts Festival Performing Arts Fair is gaining popularity. In two months after the dates of the fair were announced, all the 120 booths were booked out, and for the first time in the event's four-year history, participants had to scramble to get in. When the trade fair opened, about 40 organizations were shut out.

  13. Unique post-doctoral positions in Master of Arts in Teaching Earth Science program at the American Museum of Natural History: Involving early-career research scientists in Earth science education

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    Flores, K. E.; Nadeau, P. A.; Zirakparvar, N. A.; Grcevich, J.; Ustunisik, G. K.

    2012-12-01

    Post-doctoral positions in Earth science fields traditionally emphasize research within a university setting or research institute. Such positions may include a teaching component, but one which is often restricted to introductory undergraduate Earth science courses or upper-level courses within their own field of specialization. With such a specific focus, there may not be much inclination on the part of a post-doctoral fellow to involve themselves in broader education programs, such as public outreach or secondary schools. The American Museum of Natural History is now conducting a non-traditional post-doctoral position as part of its new Master of Arts in Teaching Earth Science (MAT). This pilot program involves forging a one-of-a-kind partnership between a world-class research museum and high-needs schools in New York City with the goal of addressing a critical shortage of qualified Earth Science teachers in New York State, particularly in high-needs schools with diverse populations. The program, which is part of the state's Race to the Top initiative, is approved by the NYS Board of Regents and will prepare a total of 50 candidates in two cohorts to earn a Board of Regents-awarded Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree with a specialization in Earth Science for grades 7-12. The post-doctoral fellows of the MAT program have unique 3-year positions, with more traditional research-based work comprising 65% of the tenure and non-traditional educational roles 35%. The MAT fellows are divided into two types: those with a teaching role, who are involved in the co-design and co-teaching of graduate-level Earth science courses; and those in a research/mentoring role, who design and teach a summer-long science research practicum while also providing informal support to MAT teaching candidates throughout the school year. Over the first year of the MAT program's implementation, fellows have been exposed to a range of activities outside the realm of a traditional post

  14. Art and Finance: Fine Art Derivatives

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    Francesco Strati

    2014-04-01

    Full Text Available This work is intended to introduce a new kind of asset, the so called art asset. This financial tool is an asset whose value is related to an art-work, and in particular to the artist reputation. It will be shown the evaluation of an art asset by using a particular kind of volatility, the α-hedging. This tool normalizes the prices volatility of the art-works of an artist (or an art-movement by a sentiment index referred to the Art Market. At last I shall show how the art assets’ values are related to an art-call option.

  15. Digital Art and Design

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    Khaldoun A. A. BESOUL

    2006-07-01

    Full Text Available The desire to create unique things and give free rain to one's imagination served as a powerful impetus to the development of digital art and design software. The commoner was the use of computers the wider variety of professional software was developed. Nowadays the creators and computer designers are receiving more and more new and advanced programs that allow their ideas becoming virtual reality. This research paper looks at the history of the development of graphic editors from the simplest to the most modern and advanced. This brief survey includes the history of different graphic editors’ creation, their features and abilities. This paper highlights the two basic branches of graphic editors – these that are in free use and commercial graphic editors design software. The researcher selected the most powerful and influential graphic editors design software brands like Paint.NET and GIMP among free software and commercial Adobe Photoshop. This paper also dwells upon the way digital art transferred from the exclusively professional business into the hobby for ordinary users. This research paper bears implications for those who are interested in features and potentiality of most popular graphic editors design software.

  16. Humanisme et art

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    Bejjani, Gérard

    2014-06-01

    Humanism and art - To what extent does art have a major role to play in twenty-first-century humanism? Greek philosophers believed that its purpose was ethical, serving to improve people by confronting them with evil and purging their passions. Nineteenth-century literature saw it as edifying and utilitarian, and for two centuries it was associated with the principles of goodness, truth, freedom and resistance to oppression, part of a general movement towards greater human solidarity based on shared experience. Literature and, more recently, cinema have been the most effective at defending human values. But the role of culture is not purely ethical: it also encourages a purely aesthetic reflection that has become the sole truth of creation. The aspiration to beauty reminds us that mankind is no ordinary species, but a reminiscence of the ideal objectified in works of art. The quest for the absolute is that of artists who draw on the lessons of history to come closer to the essence of spirituality and the cosmic centre of the world. Artistic vision is the ultimate vocation of humanity, achieving greatness and dignity in a constant quest for illumination, engaging in dialogue with the transcendent, and perhaps even transcending our own finiteness.

  17. PERFORMING ARTS AND THE BODY AS MEANS OF EXPRESSION OF THE ARTIST

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    Elif SENEL

    2015-01-01

    The focal spots in art have changed in the years when postmodernism has gained wide currency, the social themes have been gone to the heart of art. Problems as youth movements of this period, social rebellions, social inequalities, the strict traditional values of the history of art and the institutions of art, the big gap between art and life have canalised to the certain alternative art forms which involve the traces from Conceptual Art the artists, have caused that the artists express ones...

  18. The contribution of ?migr? art historians to the British art world after 1933

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    B?chard-L?aut?, Anne-Fran?oise

    1999-01-01

    The purpose of this Ph.D. thesis on ?migr? art historians in Britain is not only to show how alien the concept of art history was to the British before 1933, but also to assess and qualify the subsequent practical and theoretical contribution of art historians who immigrated to Britain. These 93 art historians who immigrated to Great Britain after 1933 had a major impact on the British art world. Yet, apart from a few monographs on Sir Ernst Gombrich and Sir Nikolaus Pevsner, no in-depth stud...

  19. Art Therapy Teaching as Performance Art

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    Moon, Bruce L.

    2012-01-01

    This viewpoint asserts that art therapy education is a form of performance art. By designing class sessions as performance artworks, art therapy educators can help their students become more fully immersed in their studies. This view also can be extended to conceptualizing each semester--and the entire art therapy curriculum--as a complex and…

  20. Science, art and geometrical imagination

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    Luminet, Jean-Pierre

    2011-06-01

    From the geocentric, closed world model of Antiquity to the wraparound universe models of relativistic cosmology, the parallel history of space representations in science and art illustrates the fundamental rôle of geometric imagination in innovative findings. Through the analysis of works of various artists and scientists like Plato, Dürer, Kepler, Escher, Grisey or the author, it is shown how the process of creation in science and in the arts rests on aesthetical principles such as symmetry, regular polyhedra, laws of harmonic proportion, tessellations, group theory, etc., as well as on beauty, conciseness and an emotional approach of the world.

  1. Science, Art and Geometrical Imagination

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    Luminet, J -P

    2009-01-01

    From the geocentric, closed world model of Antiquity to the wraparound universe models of relativistic cosmology, the parallel history of space representations in science and art illustrates the fundamental role of geometric imagination in innovative findings. Through the analysis of works of various artists and scientists like Plato, Durer, Kepler, Escher, Grisey or the present author, it is shown how the process of creation in science and in the arts rests on aesthetical principles such as symmetry, regular polyhedra, laws of harmonic proportion, tessellations, group theory, etc., as well as beauty, conciseness and emotional approach of the world.

  2. A Lasting Impression: French Painters Revolutionize the Art World

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    Snider, Lindsay

    2001-01-01

    During its own time, French Impressionism was viewed as a sweeping revolution in painting, a radical departure from the existing traditions of European art. Today, Impressionism is recognized as a major frontier in art history and the threshold of the modern art movement. In this article, the author discusses the development of the Impressionism…

  3. Towards art content in original graphic arts

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    Grdina, Sonja

    2011-01-01

    Contemporary Graphic art defines numerous graphic art techniques; from classical original graphic art techniques to the new media techniques. The new media reproduction and communication capacity influences contemporary art works in such way that more attention is on non-artistic content, while artistic content with its visual efficiency becomes less important. Reproductibility is one of the non-artistic contents which plays a key role in original graphic arts, where it is a means of making o...

  4. A PICKED SAMPLE TO THE FOOTPRINT OF PRIMITIVE INDIVIDUALISM OF RECENT DATE ART: BASQUIAT

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    Ozgur TOSUN

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Through the culturel history, meaning of art and art object have been queried and these researchs have emerged thesis and antithesis. Fundamentaly, this article aim to comparison interaction and/or conflict with mathematical rationalist art and primitive/heuristical/romantic art. In this context, effects of primitive and experssive art to the nowadays’ art perception are examined to envolve out of Basquiat and neo expressionism. Entailment of expressive art in contemporary art is researched for answers for questions in terms of cultural and genetic heritage of art and instinctive origins of making art object.

  5. Tibetan Art And Archaeology——The Second International Conference on Tibetan Archaeology & Arts

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    XIEJISHENG

    2004-01-01

    The Second International Conference on Tibetan Archaeology & Arts (hereinafter referred to as Symposium)was held from September 37, 2004. Iit was jointly launched by the Tibetan History and Culture Research Center of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, the China Tibetan Culture Conservation and Development Association,the History Research Institute of the China Tibetology Centger, the China Tibetology Research Institute of Sichuan University/Tibet University, and Oriental Art magazine.

  6. Lycoming County Women's History Curriculum Guide

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    Rogers, Amy

    2011-01-01

    This project plays upon technology and an innovative way to research history -- the use of online primary source data that highlight the history of women in volunteer and reform organizations, education, the arts, the workplace, and private lives. Using an archival database from the Lycoming County Women's History collection, this curriculum…

  7. Bohmian Histories and Decoherent Histories

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    Hartle, James B.

    2002-01-01

    The predictions of the Bohmian and the decoherent (or consistent) histories formulations of the quantum mechanics of a closed system are compared for histories -- sequences of alternatives at a series of times. For certain kinds of histories, Bohmian mechanics and decoherent histories may both be formulated in the same mathematical framework within which they can be compared. In that framework, Bohmian mechanics and decoherent histories represent a given history by different operators. Their ...

  8. 明治日本美术史的起点与欧洲印度学的关系--冈仓天心的美术史与明治印度学及东洋史学的关系%The Starting Point of Japanese Fine Art Historiogra-phy and Its Link with European Indology--Focused on Okakura Kakuzo’s Art History and Its Link with Meiji Indology and Japanese Sinology

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    林少阳

    2016-01-01

    在与西方文明的相遇中,汉字圈国家要确立作为现代制度的“美术”,并令美术为现代民族国家的确立作贡献,美术史叙述变得重要。冈仓觉三(号天心,1862-1913)为日本“美术”这一制度事实上的确立者。其《日本美术史》(明治二十三年[1890-1892]讲义,1922年付印),为日本第一部现代意义上的美术史叙述,且多论及中国美术史。本文将聚焦于本书,探讨冈仓天心美术史叙述与印度学、明治日本中国史研究之间的关系。冈仓天心与印度学与明治中国学(明治日本的“支那学”①,尤其所谓“东洋史学”)的关系一直未被留意。本文认为,探讨冈仓美术史叙述与印度学、中国学的关系不仅是分析冈仓美术史叙述的重要角度,同时也是探讨欧洲印度(佛教)学、明治印度学与明治日本中国学起步之间关系的角度,进而也是探讨这两门学科在明治学术史思想史中位置、性质的角度。本文将聚焦于十九世纪中期欧洲印度学代表麦克斯・缪勒(F. Max Müller)与明治中期的日本美术史学、日本东洋史学之间的复杂关系。%The mid-Meiji is also the time when Japan attempts to establish its new historiography which contributes to formatting its new cultural identity in the process of nation-building. Among them,Nihon Bijushitsushi [Japanese Fine Art History] is the ifrst Japanese ifne art history in a modern sense appeared in 1890, a lecture script written by Okakura Kakuzō (also known as Okakura Tenshin, 1862 – 1913), a leading art historian and an inlfuential cultural leader for Meiji’s ifneart. On the other hand, Meiji’s Sinology and Okakura’s art history have been regarded as being irrelevant to each other. In this paper, however, the author argues that Meiji-Japan’s rediscovery of Buddhism through European Oriental studies, has bridged these two ifelds of Japanese art

  9. 艺术批评对艺术史斯托克斯和贡布里希的通信及著作(续)%Art Criticism Versus Art History:The Letters And Works of Adrian Stokes And E. H. Gombrich

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    里查·里德

    2002-01-01

    @@ 斯托克斯曾为[Art and Illusion]的书名提过很多建议,如[Seeing and Looking]、[The Artist Looks]、[The Art of Looking]、[You See:He Looks]、[See and Look]、……[Art and Looking],42贡布里希都拒绝了,一旦我们知道了这一点,那么我们就会明白,以下这两个题目的对比在理性的高度上巩固了他们的个人推论:[Art and Illusion:aStudy in the Psychology of Pictorial Representation]与[Inside Out:an Essay in the Psychology and Aesthetic Appeal of Space]相互颉颃43.

  10. A review of forensic art

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    Wilkinson, Caroline

    2015-01-01

    Caroline M Wilkinson Liverpool School of Art and Design, Face Lab, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK Abstract: The term “forensic art” is often utilized in scientific papers, books, and professional organizations, yet it seems to be one of the most controversial, marginalized, and poorly understood forensic fields. Despite there being a long history of the use of artists within law enforcement investigation, the discipline has come under scrutiny and has bee...

  11. Tourism.art Ravenna

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    Gianluca Derosa

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available In the territory of Ravenna there are many tourist attractions that individually work well, but they need to relate to each others. So I had the idea of a linear park that connects Ravenna with Cervia defining a “tourist district” which offers to the tourist / traveler a unique experience in harmony with the land and the history of the place. In the park it is promoted an un-motorized mobility and infobox are disposed to inform the tourist in proximity of train stops from which you can download the application for smartphones Tourism.art by reading QR codes or NFC codes, which provides users with a “program travel “ describing the activities to do. In addition, I propose a typology of diffused hotel that allows users to temporarily live in places of historical and natural interest.

  12. Art: What Matters?

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    Friend, Nicholas

    2005-01-01

    Is art merely an adjunct to the serious business of life? Is there a secret ingredient that makes some art more worthwhile than other art? Does art have something to offer that makes its pursuit or purchase worthwhile, or is it simply an outlet for spare capital? Does art really matter at all? (Contains 5 figures.)

  13. The Art of Teaching.

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    Learning, 1996

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    Discusses the benefits of integrating the arts into education to help students learn more and better. The paper looks at advantages to including music, visual arts, dance, and theater arts in the classroom, explaining the part that arts play in assessment. Resources for integrated arts activities are included. (SM)

  14. Talk about Han eaves tile art in our country

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    刘泽艺

    2015-01-01

    The Han Dynasty is the first in the history of the unified and powerful country. It is a huge momentum has also affected the development of art, especially the art of eaves tile. Pattern of Han eaves tile is the art of the Chinese nation in the classic, rich artistic value for tile study of traditional ceramic art is very necessary in China. Through the research on Eave Tile Art, can be in-jected into the power of ceramic art in China's new development.

  15. Ant- and Ant-Colony-Inspired ALife Visual Art.

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    Greenfield, Gary; Machado, Penousal

    2015-01-01

    Ant- and ant-colony-inspired ALife art is characterized by the artistic exploration of the emerging collective behavior of computational agents, developed using ants as a metaphor. We present a chronology that documents the emergence and history of such visual art, contextualize ant- and ant-colony-inspired art within generative art practices, and consider how it relates to other ALife art. We survey many of the algorithms that artists have used in this genre, address some of their aims, and explore the relationships between ant- and ant-colony-inspired art and research on ant and ant colony behavior. PMID:26280070

  16. Art of A.R.T.

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    Furse, Anna F. D.

    2003-01-01

    "Art of A.R.T." investigates the artistic and aesthetic potential of Assisted Reproduction Technology (A.R.T.) from a personal perspective. In so doing, she highlights the cultural tendency to marginalise sub-fertile women and describes the difficulties and prejudices women are confronted with when undergoing a fertilisation treatment. Furse complements her unusual theoretical and practical exploration of A.R.T. with a presentation of her current performance piece Yerma's Eggs and the impact ...

  17. National ART Success Rates

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    ... ART and Birth Defects ART and Autism 2013 Assisted Reproductive Technology National Summary Report Recommend on Facebook Tweet Share ... live-birth rate? [PDF - 1.37MB] Section 2: ART Cycles using fresh nondonor eggs or embryos What ...

  18. Medical Art Therapy

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    Aydın, Birgül

    2012-01-01

    Art therapy is a form of expressive therapy that uses art materials. Art therapy combines traditional psychotherapeutic theories and techniques with an understanding of the psychological aspects of the creative process, especially the affective properties of the different art materials. Medical art therapy has been defined as the clinical application of art expression and imagery with individuals who are physically ill, experiencing physical trauma or undergoing invasive or aggressive medical...

  19. Family History

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    ... Brain Aneurysm Statistics and Facts Seeking Medical Attention Pediatric Aneurysms Brain Aneurysm Causes and Risk Factors Family History ... Brain Aneurysm Statistics and Facts Seeking Medical Attention Pediatric Aneurysms Brain Aneurysm Causes and Risk Factors Family History ...

  20. Into the Curriculum. Reading/Language Arts: Crispy Rice Cereal Treats in the Library Media Center? [and] Reading/Language Arts: The Bookworms' Feast [and] Science: Weather Watching-Thunderstorms [and] Science: One if by Land, Two if by Sea! Severe Weather: Tornadoes and Hurricanes [and] Social Studies: A Critical Time in History-The Civil War.

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    Leonardi, Rita; Snyder, Maureen M.; Schory, Nancy; Murphy, Dennis E.; Hill, Charnetta

    2000-01-01

    Provides five fully-developed library media activities that are designed for use with specific curriculum units in reading, language arts, science, and social studies. Library media skills, curriculum objectives, grade levels, resources, instructional roles, procedures, evaluations, and follow-up are described for each activity. (LRW)

  1. Moving the body painting into the art gallery — knowing about and appreciating works of Aboriginal art

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    Howard Morphy

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available The paper focuses on two kinds of relationship: between Western fine art and Indigenous art, and between anthropological and art historical approaches to understanding and appreciating works of art. The primary focus is on the process by which Australian Aboriginal art came to be incorporated within galleries of fine art. This process brought both kinds of relationships to the fore in the contemporary context and challenged established boundaries exemplified by the distinction between the museum and the art gallery. It is argued that objects encompassed within the category of fine art come from very different cultural traditions and historical backgrounds. The methods of both art history and anthropology can be productively applied in analysing the forms and significance of artworks in their social and cultural contexts. The paper concludes by considering some of the implications of the co-presence of artworks from different cultural traditions in the same contemporary gallery spaces.

  2. Holography - Application To Art: Curatorial Observations

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    Dinsmore, Sydney

    1987-06-01

    An exploration of the need to define a specific and critical language to describe the art of holography. Within any discussion of art, critical analysis must maintain an objective openess, particularily when the discourse concerns new media. To apply technological invention to art, new media is often without precedent on which to base criticism and bias. For this reason, holography falls prey to comparative rhetoric and established evaluation of other forms of imaging,as photography emulated the compositional romanticism of painting initially. Isolated and often misunderstood within the context of history, new media vascillates between legitimacy and curiosity in an attempt to create specific parameters to identify perceptual transition.

  3. ART 100 Courses Tutorial / indigohelp

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    thanu

    2015-01-01

    ART 100 Week 1 Individual Assignment Experience the Art (2 Papers)   ART 100 Week 1 concept   ART 100 Week 2 concept   ART 100 Week 2 Individual Assignment How the Visual Arts Communicate (Option A Paper)   ART 100 Week 2 Individual Assignment How the Visual Arts Communicate (Option B Paper)   ART 100 Week 3 Individual Assignment The performing Art and Inspiration (2 Papers)   ART 100 Week 4 Individual Assignment Sy...

  4. ART 125 Courses Tutorial / indigohelp

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    thanu

    2015-01-01

    ART 125 Week 1 Individual Assignment Pop Culture and the Arts Paper ART 125 Week 2 Individual Assignment Trends Paper ART 125 Week 3 Individual Assignment Globalization of Art and Pop Culture ART 125 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment Ethical Issues in Art and Popular Culture Outline ART 125 Week 4 Individual Assignment Print Art and Advertising Paper ART 125 Week 5 Individual Assignment Electronic Media Effects Paper ART 125 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment Ethical Issues...

  5. Arts Education Beyond Art : Teaching Art in Times of Change

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    van Heusden, Bernard; Gielen, Pascal

    2015-01-01

    People and societies thrive on a versatile and imaginative awareness. Yet the critical debate on arts education is still too often about the qualities of artefacts and technical skills, and tends to neglect issues such as the critical function of the arts in society, artistic cognition and cognitive

  6. Taking the Arts Seriously

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    Chemi, Tatiana

    what makes art special in an anthropologic and evolutionary biologic point of view. Cases on the emerging field of arts-in-business in Denmark.......what makes art special in an anthropologic and evolutionary biologic point of view. Cases on the emerging field of arts-in-business in Denmark....

  7. Art Therapy Verses Psychotherapy

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    Del Giacco, Maureen

    2009-01-01

    The purpose of my paper is to identify the difference between psychotherapy and art therapy. Then to introduce a technique within the field of art therapy that is relevant to neuro-plasticity Del Giacco Neuro Art Therapy. The paper identifies the importance of the amygdala and the hippocampus within the role of art therapy. Supporting…

  8. Children as Art Teachers

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    Szekely, George

    2011-01-01

    A goal of art learning is always independence, for everyone to become their own art teacher. Teaching for artistic independence can never start too early. As art teachers, children acquire confidence in their art, and in coming to school as artists. Children should be considered artists in residence and visiting artists in schools. It makes sense…

  9. Art and Religion

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    Shusterman, Richard

    2008-01-01

    Since the nineteenth century's interest in "art for art's sake," many thinkers have argued that art would supplant traditional religion as the spiritual locus of the increasingly secular society of Western modernity. If art can capture the sort of spirituality, idealism, and expressive community of traditional religions but without being ensnared…

  10. When Art & Finance Collide

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    2011-01-01

    Fine art and big finance are proving a profitable combination in China but questions of authenticity need to be addressed CHINA’S art market is on fire.As sales and prices break records,a new force has appeared in the market - organized art finance in the form of art trust funds and artwork exchanges.

  11. Formal values and the essence of art

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    Ulrich Pfisterer

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Review of: Paul van den Akker, Looking for Lines. Theories on the Essence of Art and the Problem of Mannerism, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press 2010. The problem of the categorical definition of the nature of art was often regarded as the central challenge of art history. Paul van den Akker examines the history of this problem from the eighteenth century to the 1960s. Thus his book addresses ‘the essence of art history’. In order to do so, he uses the extremely contradictory discussions of ‘Mannerism’ and the use of the line in mannerist art as a relevant case study, and this is supplemented with extensive excursuses on historic concepts of ‘classical art’, of Renaissance painting, of medieval art, or connoisseurship. Johann Joachim Winckelmann, Heinrich Wölfflin, Alois Riegl and John Shearman play key roles in van den Akker’s book. The review mainly asks for the specificity of the analytical categories and the changing role of the visual material used by the antiquarians and early art historians from the later seventeenth to the early twentieth centuries to illustrate and accompany their texts and arguments.

  12. 3 CFR 8430 - Proclamation 8430 of October 2, 2009. National Arts and Humanities Month, 2009

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    2010-01-01

    ..., have an impact on the global arts community. Through history and philosophy, we learn the heritage of... sharpen their creative faculties. An education in music, dance, drama, design, and fine art...

  13. ARTS BETA testing report

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    Mccune, M. C.

    1981-01-01

    The advanced real time system (ARTS) was tested utilizing existing commercial system hardware and software which has been operating under advanced operating system (AOS) for several years in a multitasking, multiprocessing, and multiple computer environment. Experiences with ARTS in terms of compatibility with AOS, ease of transmission between AOS and ARTS, and functional areas of ARTS which were tested are discussed. Relative and absolute performance of ARTS versus AOS as measured in the system environment are also presented.

  14. On the Value of Music History of the Tibet Rap Art "King Gesar"%论西藏说唱艺术《格萨尔王传》的音乐史价值

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    贾婕

    2012-01-01

    藏族说唱艺术中最具代表的是《格萨尔王传》,它是千百年来流传在西藏的一部伟大的英雄史诗,被外国研究学者誉为“东方的《伊利亚特》”,本文从它的音乐、文化等方面阐述其重要的研究价值。应该说,它是研究古代雪域文化的重要参考资料,是一部“活性态”史诗,也是一部典型的非物质文化遗产。%Tibetan rap is a blossoming flower in the Tibetan art, after thousands of years of development, has gradually formed a variety of folk art forms. The different forms reflect various aspects of life of the ancient Tibetan people and folk customs etc. Among them, the most representative is the "Life of King Gesar", it has been spreading in Tibet for thousands of years. It is a great epic. It is deemed as "Oriental" Iliad by foreign scholars.

  15. Photo art creativity in the education: Light drawing

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    Acar Haci Mehmet; Kavuran Tamer

    2016-01-01

    Since the early ages, people live together with art, and create various branches of art. Painting, as one of the most important branches of art, occurs on the walls of the caves of prehistoric ages. By the nineteenth century, photography shows itself and come as a branch of art until today. Photographers have created new methods and techniques throughout history. Among these, we can say that “painting with light” is one of the techniques by which the artist can create original works of art an...

  16. ART 125 Courses/snaptutorial

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    2015-01-01

    ­For more classes visits www.snaptutorial.com           ART 125 Week 1 Individual Assignment Pop Culture and the Arts Paper ART 125 Week 2 Individual Assignment Trends Paper ART 125 Week 3 Individual Assignment Globalization of Art and Pop Culture ART 125 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment Ethical Issues in Art and Popular Culture Outline ART 125 Week 4 Individual Assignment Print Art and Advertising Paper ART 125 Week ...

  17. Danish Sixties Avant-Garde and American Minimal Art

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    Max Ipsen

    2007-05-01

    Full Text Available Denmark is peripheral in the history of minimalism in the arts. In an international perspective Danish artists made almost no contributions to minimalism, according to art historians. But the fact is that Danish artists made minimalist works of art, and they did it very early.Art historians tend to describe minimal art as an entirely American phenomenon. America is the centre, Europe the periphery that lagged behind the centre, imitating American art. I will try to query this view with examples from Danish minimalism. I will discuss minimalist tendencies in Danish art and literature in the 1960s, and I will examine whether one can claim that Danish artists were influenced by American minimal art.

  18. Examination of Taiwan’s Contemporary Art: Discourse Analysis of Contemporary Art in Taiwan in High School Textbooks

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    Tian-An Chuu

    2009-01-01

    This article selects two editions of a high school textbook with chapters on contemporary art in Taiwan. We borrow the language use and social production of discourse analysis to analyze the text of the two editions.From the above discourse analysis, it is possible to summarize the present status of contemporary art in Taiwan as it is presented in high school textbooks. It is as follows: (1) contemporary art represents the development of art in a certain period of time in the history of art i...

  19. WATER AND THE HISTORY OF MAN

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    The importance of water is presented from a myriad of aspects including its creation in cosmic history; its importance in the texts of ancient history; references within various religious writings; and significance with respect to modern science, art, music, transportation, archi...

  20. Romerrigets historie

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    Christiansen, Erik

    Romerrigets historie fra Roms legendariske grundlæggelse i 753 f.v.t. til Heraklios' tronbestigelse i 610 e.v.t.......Romerrigets historie fra Roms legendariske grundlæggelse i 753 f.v.t. til Heraklios' tronbestigelse i 610 e.v.t....

  1. Intellectual History

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    In the 5 Questions book series, this volume presents a range of leading scholars in Intellectual History and the History of Ideas through their answers to a brief questionnaire. Respondents include Michael Friedman, Jacques le Goff, Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, Jonathan Israel, Phiip Pettit, John Pocock...

  2. Virginia Tech hosts Miniature Worlds: Art from India

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    Broughton, Sandra S.

    2007-01-01

    Watercolors, drawings, and sculpture spanning 400 years of Indian history are on view in Miniature Worlds: Art from India, on exhibit now through Oct. 20 in the Perspective Gallery at Squires Student Center on the Virginia Tech campus.

  3. Teaching Social Studies through the Performing Arts

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    Colley, Binta M.

    2012-01-01

    In the past decade, there have been growing efforts to improve and enhance the delivery of social studies content in the classroom through arts integration. Some educators have used music as a method for teaching social studies and found that interdisciplinary work increases students' understanding of history and different cultures. This article…

  4. Arts and Literacy: the Specific Contributions of Art to the Development of Multiliteracy

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    Chabanne, Jean-Charles

    2015-01-01

    Deducing the forms of a work, situating it within its history, putting into words an aesthetic experience, proposing and confronting interpretations, even conceiving, producing and assessing a work of art within a creative process, comparing the artistic productions of one art to those of another, etc mobilize the capabilities of reading, oral expression and writing while also calling upon a demanding practice of both verbal language and other languages - graphical, sensitive, bodily - in com...

  5. MUF architecture /art London

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    Svenningsen Kajita, Heidi

    2009-01-01

    Om MUF architecture samt interview med Liza Fior og Katherine Clarke, partnere i muf architecture/art......Om MUF architecture samt interview med Liza Fior og Katherine Clarke, partnere i muf architecture/art...

  6. Nordic (Art) Photography

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    Sandbye, Mette

    2013-01-01

    A description of the rise of the role of photography on the Scandinavian art scene the last 25 years......A description of the rise of the role of photography on the Scandinavian art scene the last 25 years...

  7. Art Taipei, 2007

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    Jade; Franklin

    2007-01-01

    ■The boom of Chinese contemporary art in recent years has been greatly assisted by the purchasing power of Taiwanese collectors. They constitute the largest art buyers in the Asian market and without them the scene would look

  8. Fine Arts Database (FAD)

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    General Services Administration — The Fine Arts Database records information on federally owned art in the control of the GSA; this includes the location, current condition and information on artists.

  9. Integration among different artistic fields and art techniques

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    Slapar, Sara

    2013-01-01

    In my undergraduate thesis I was dealing with interdisciplinary cooperation within the art technique in the seventh grade of the nine-year primary school. In the first part of the thesis, there is a short presentation of art education development throughout the history until today. This chapter is divided into several subchapters which are chronologically ordered. Interdisciplinary cooperation with four lesson plans follows the first part. For one art task, I combine at least two differe...

  10. Using Art Criticism To Examine Meaning in Today's Visual Imagery.

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    Smith, Mary Ruth

    A method of pedagogical art criticism can be used to examine meaning in one of today's most pervasive forms of visual imagery: the advertising image. It was necessary for the art critical method to accommodate the following components of advertising imagery: (1) history; (2) purpose in a capitalist society; (3) function in society; (4) effects on…

  11. Cultures and Transitions--Aboriginal Art Now and Then.

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    Barrowcliffe, Rosemary; Miller, Olga

    This paper discusses the pre-colonial aboriginal societies that in part established laws, customs, and history through art. The paper cites their artistic mediums and methods and explains that art among the aborigines was used for learning to know, learning to do, learning to live together, and learning to be. The paper describes the role of art…

  12. 77 FR 60603 - National Arts and Humanities Month, 2012

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    2012-10-04

    ... America the two hundred and thirty-seventh. (Presidential Sig.) [FR Doc. 2012-24652 Filed 10-3-12; 8:45 am... Documents#0;#0; #0; #0;Title 3-- #0;The President ] Proclamation 8873 of October 1, 2012 National Arts and... ago. Throughout our history, the arts and humanities have given us comfort and confidence, drawn...

  13. Visual culture of the street and the creation of graffiti at fine art studies

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    Škrabanja, Brigita

    2014-01-01

    The goal of my dissertation is to present graffiti and street art as form of art. The thesis wants to present graffiti artists not as aggressive adolescents, who violate established norms, but to emphasize that graffiti can be a form of art or maybe the starting point of artistic career. The dissertation discusses the history of the first wall paintings, the development of graffiti and street art, the production of graffiti at fine art studies and different techniques like sprays, stencils, s...

  14. Una visión sucinta de la enseñanza de la medicina a través de la historia: II. Colombia, un sitio donde confluyeron varias culturas con su arte de curar = A succinct vision of medical teaching throughout history: II. Colombia, a place where different cultures came together with their art of healing

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    Díaz Hernández, Diana Patricia

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available Para comprender cómo se ha enseñado la medicina a través de los tiempos, es necesario apoyarse en los historiadores que han tratado su evolución y, a partir de ellos, indagar sobre las actitudes de los médicos en su posición como docentes y acerca de cómo era la apropiación del conocimiento en cada época por parte de los estudiantes. En este segundo artículo se presenta una visión sucinta de la enseñanza de la medicina en Colombia en diferentes épocas, empezando con la Conquista Española cuando se encontraron varias culturas, la española y las aborígenes, con sus respectivas tradiciones en el arte de curar y en la forma de enseñarlo; se incluyen también la llegada de la enseñanza de la medicina a la universidad colombiana y la actual propuesta curricular de la Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad de Antioquia.

  15. Artfulness i Vejle

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    Chemi, Tatiana

    2011-01-01

    this is the closing report, summing up findings from different qualitative case studies on the workings of the arts in learning. The background ethnographic research followed several arts-project in Danish public schools.......this is the closing report, summing up findings from different qualitative case studies on the workings of the arts in learning. The background ethnographic research followed several arts-project in Danish public schools....

  16. Gombrich, Art and Psychoanalysis

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    Stefano Ferrari

    2014-01-01

    Ernst H. Gombrich has always shown particular attention to the psychology of art as psychology of representation (and enjoyment) of art. In addition, through his friendship with Ernst Kris, who had been a respected art historian in the staff of the Kunsthisthoriches Museum in Vienna before becoming an important psychoanalyst, Gombrich devoted some fundamental essays on the contribution of psychoanalysis to the study of art.The main novelty and the most original feature of his contribution to ...

  17. ART GALLERY IN LHASA

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    2007-01-01

    Art galleries have emerged on the streets of Lhasa since the reform and opening up of China.The earliest ones were Art Gallery of Tibetan Exhibition Hall and Art Gallery of Potala Palace 20 years before.For 20 years as one fell,another rose until now,tens of art galleries of various sizes and centred around the Barkor Street are attracting enormous numbers of tourists from both home and abroad.

  18. Art, Meet Chemistry; Chemistry, Meet Art: Case Studies, Current Literature, and Instrumental Methods Combined to Create a Hands-On Experience for Nonmajors and Instrumental Analysis Students

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    Nivens, Delana A.; Padgett, Clifford W.; Chase, Jeffery M.; Verges, Katie J.; Jamieson, Deborah S.

    2010-01-01

    Case studies and current literature are combined with spectroscopic analysis to provide a unique chemistry experience for art history students and to provide a unique inquiry-based laboratory experiment for analytical chemistry students. The XRF analysis method was used to demonstrate to nonscience majors (art history students) a powerful…

  19. Social Action Art Therapy

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    Golub, Deborah

    2005-01-01

    This paper explores intersections among art, action, and community. It describes sociopolitical aspects of the author's art therapy work with survivors of repressive regimes living in Brazil, China, and Denmark and considers ways that unique historical and social processes influenced her conceptualization and practice of social action art therapy.

  20. Transpersonal Art Therapy Education.

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    Franklin, Michael; Farrelly-Hansen, Mimi; Marek, Bernie; Swan-Foster, Nora; Wallingford, Sue

    2000-01-01

    Addresses the task of training future art therapists through a unique branch of transpersonal psychology referred to as "contemplative education." Discusses contemplative practices, such as meditation, and their relationship to creating art. Offers a definition of transpersonal art therapy as well as a literature review. (Contains 80 references.)…

  1. Teaching with Public Art

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    Argiro, Carol

    2004-01-01

    "Public art" is a broad term that refers to art in public spaces and includes architecture, landscape, and urban design. Public art makes public spaces more beautiful, encourages us to pause and interact with our environment, or reminds us of important people and events. Just as often, public sculptures become such a part of our everyday…

  2. Arts Opportunity Gap

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    Principal, 2012

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    The increasing focus on arts education during the past few years has brought much-needed attention to the benefits it affords to students of all ages. Past research has proved time and again that the arts support teaching and learning in numerous ways, and recommendations abound that schools should find ways to integrate the arts in classrooms.…

  3. Ancient Art Form Revisited

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    Liu Jian

    2011-01-01

    @@ A CHINESE New Year painting exhibition has offered thousands of art lovers a traditional folk art feast in Beijing this past January and February.With the theme of "Door Gods," over 300 works of art were on display, representing various styles in China's different regions.

  4. Arts and Technology

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    This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the Second International Conference on Arts and Technology, ArtsIT 2011, which was held in December 2011 in Esbjerg, Denmark. The 19 revised full papers and the two poster papers cover various topics such as Interaction...... and Art, Music and Performance, and Digital Technology....

  5. Artful Creation: Learning-tales of Arts-in-Business

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    Darsø, Lotte

    erhvervslivet. Bogen igennem fortæller folk deres fantastiske historier, som Lotte Darsø analyserer og undersøger med udgangspunkt i et sammenhængende teoretisk netværk. Målet med bogen er at påpege det store potentiale, der ligger i ?Artful Creation? og samtidig pege på, at fremkomsten af et nyt paradigme har...... primært to tilgange til Arts-in-Business: 1. Kunsten anvendt som redskab i forbindelse med f.eks. teambuilding, formidlingstræning, ledelsesudvikling, problemløsning og innovation. 2. Kunsten som en integreret strategisk proces i organisatorisk forandring. Lotte Darsø har rejst verden rundt og foretaget...... 50 interview med nogle af de mest visionære og modige kunstnere og erhvervsmænd i sin søgen efter at ?kortlægge? det nye, blomstrende felt bag Arts-in-Business. I bogen undersøger, beskriver og illustrerer hun, hvordan Kunsten kan føre til nye læringsmuligheder og gennemgribende forandring inden for...

  6. Family History

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    Your family history includes health information about you and your close relatives. Families have many factors in common, including their genes, ... as heart disease, stroke, and cancer. Having a family member with a disease raises your risk, but ...

  7. Art Priori = Art Priori / Kristel Jakobson

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    Jakobson, Kristel, 1983-

    2015-01-01

    Restoran Art Priori Tallinna vanalinnas Olevimägi 7. Sisekujunduse autor Kristel Jakobson (Haka Disain). Eesti Sisearhitektide Liidu aastapreemia 2014/2015 parima restorani eest. Lühidalt Kristel Jakobsonist

  8. Una visión sucinta de la enseñanza de la medicina a través de la historia: II. Colombia, un sitio donde confluyeron varias culturas con su arte de curar = A succinct vision of medical teaching throughout history: II. Colombia, a place where different cultures came together with their art of healing

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    Díaz Hernández, Diana Patricia

    2011-01-01

    Para comprender cómo se ha enseñado la medicina a través de los tiempos, es necesario apoyarse en los historiadores que han tratado su evolución y, a partir de ellos, indagar sobre las actitudes de los médicos en su posición como docentes y acerca de cómo era la apropiación del conocimiento en cada época por parte de los estudiantes. En este segundo artículo se presenta una visión sucinta de la enseñanza de la medicina en Colombia en diferentes épocas, empezando con la Conquista Española cuan...

  9. The art of scent

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    Stenslund, Anette

    2016-01-01

    At the Museum of Art and Design in New York the The Art of Scent (1889–2012) exhibition announced its declared aim of bringing to the forefront of the arts what has long been considered the fallen angel of the senses: it would inscribe scent into fine art through a display characterised by its ex...... situ superiority detached from everyday culture in situ. The exhibition would thus give cause to sketch in a phenomenology of the art of scent that opts for greater inclusion of visitors’ experienced noses. Unfolding within the framework of Martin Heidegger’s critique of aesthetics and the advocacy of...... art, this paper argues that scent that is not of high culture may yet, phenomenologically speaking, be considered great art....

  10. Art-Based Learning Strategies in Art Therapy Graduate Education

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    Deaver, Sarah P.

    2012-01-01

    This mixed methods research study examined the use of art-based teaching methods in master's level art therapy graduate education in North America. A survey of program directors yielded information regarding in which courses and how frequently art-based methods (individual in-class art making, dyad or group art making, student art projects as…

  11. Astronomy and Art Merged: Targeting Other Audiences

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    Friedman, A. F.

    1999-05-01

    One of the fundamental concerns of museum exhibition is to reach as broad an audience as possible. One way to open up the history of astronomy to a wider audience is to create an exhibit with an interdisciplinary theme and to select a venue outside of a science institution. Here I discuss ``Awestruck by the Majesty of the Heavens: Artistic Perspectives from the Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum History of Astronomy Collection," which took place at the Chicago Cultural Center from January to March of 1997. ``Awestruck" featured a selection of celestial charts, portrait prints of famous astronomers, plates from books on astronomical topics, and other works on paper. It focused on the connections between art and science during the period 1500-1800. Scientific content and place within the history of astronomy were discussed in addition to the artistic merit of the objects. The Chicago Cultural Center is an institution that is home to a wide variety of cultural programming including art, music, film, theater, and dance. In addition to providing a different audience for this material than that which typically visits the Adler, ``Awestruck" also represented an expansion of material for the Cultural Center's audience to view, as their exhibition spaces primarily show only 20th-century art. Programming such as gallery talks and the production of an art-museum-type exhibition catalog will also be discussed.

  12. Inexpensive, Near-Infrared Imaging of Artwork Using a Night-Vision Webcam for Chemistry-of-Art Courses

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    Smith, Gregory D.; Nunan, Elizabeth; Walker, Claire; Kushel, Dan

    2009-01-01

    Imaging of artwork is an important aspect of art conservation, technical art history, and art authentication. Many forms of near-infrared (NIR) imaging are used by conservators, archaeologists, forensic scientists, and technical art historians to examine the underdrawings of paintings, to detect damages and restorations, to enhance faded or…

  13. Arts-Based Research: Trojan Horses and Shibboleths. The Liabilities of a Hybrid Research Approach. "What Hath Eisner Wrought?"

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    Pariser, David

    2009-01-01

    The term "arts-based research" has been debated for some time now. In an article strongly in favor of this approach Bean (2007) identifies three species: "Research on the arts (italics in the original) (art history, visual and cultural studies, media studies etc.)...Research for the arts, refers to research into applied techniques, materials and…

  14. Ontology, Criticism, and the Riddle of Art Versus Non-Art in The Transfiguration of the Commonplace

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    Arthur C. Danto

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available In this "Reply to my Critics," I explain that The Transfiguration of the Commonplace was essentially a contribution to the ontology of art in which two necessary conditions emerge as essential to a real definition of the art work: that an artwork must (a have meaning and (b must embody its meaning. Many issues have emerged in the course of art's history that are very much part of its practice but are not part of art's essence. In response to Cynthia Freeland, I argue that though the book does not address art criticism, the two necessary conditions specify a viable rule for critical practice, as was recognized by Hegel. And in response to Ivan Gaskell, I argue that the definition of art arrived at in the book is capable of drawing a distinction between art works and artifacts.

  15. Medical Art Therapy

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    Birgul Aydin

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Art therapy is a form of expressive therapy that uses art materials. Art therapy combines traditional psychotherapeutic theories and techniques with an understanding of the psychological aspects of the creative process, especially the affective properties of the different art materials. Medical art therapy has been defined as the clinical application of art expression and imagery with individuals who are physically ill, experiencing physical trauma or undergoing invasive or aggressive medical procedures such as surgery or chemotherapy and is considered as a form of complementary or integrative medicine. Several studies have shown that patients with physical illness benefit from medical art therapy in different aspects. Unlike other therapies, art therapy can take the patients away from their illness for a while by means of creative activities during sessions, can make them forget the illness or lost abilities. Art therapy leads to re-experiencing normality and personal power even with short creative activity sessions. In this article definition, influence and necessity of medical art therapy are briefly reviewed.

  16. Art Toys in the contemporary art scene

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    Laura Sernissi

    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available The Art Toys phenomenon, better known as Art Toy Movement, was born in China in the mid-nineties and quickly spread out to the rest of the world. The toys are an artistic production of serial sculpture, made by handcrafts or on an industrial scale. There are several types of toys, such as custom toys and canvas toys, synonyms of designer toys, although they are often defined according to the constituent material, such as vinyl toys (plastic and plush toys (fabric. Art toys are the heirs of an already pop-surrealist and neo-pop circuit, which since the eighties of the twentieth century has pervaded the Japanese-American art scene, winking to the playful spirit of the avant-garde of the early century. Some psychoanalytic, pedagogical and anthropological studies about “play theories”, may also help us to understand and identify these heterogeneous products as real works of art and not simply as collectible toys.

  17. Linjefaget historie

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    Rasch-Christensen, Andreas

    Afhandlingen er en undersøgelse af linjefaget historie ved læreruddannelsen. Med fokus på subjektperspektivet peger afhandlingen på en række afgørende udviklingsperspektiver for læreruddannelsen, uddannelsen af historielærere og folkeskolens historieundervisning.......Afhandlingen er en undersøgelse af linjefaget historie ved læreruddannelsen. Med fokus på subjektperspektivet peger afhandlingen på en række afgørende udviklingsperspektiver for læreruddannelsen, uddannelsen af historielærere og folkeskolens historieundervisning....

  18. Matematikkens historie

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    Hansen, Vagn Lundsgaard

    2009-01-01

    Matematikkens historie i syv kapitler: 1. Matematik i støbeskeen; 2. Matematikkens græske arv; 3. Den gyldne tidsalder for hinduer og arabere; 4. Matematik i Kina; 5. Renæssancens matematik; 6. Regning med infinitesimaler ser dagens lys; 7. Matematik i det tyvende århundrede.......Matematikkens historie i syv kapitler: 1. Matematik i støbeskeen; 2. Matematikkens græske arv; 3. Den gyldne tidsalder for hinduer og arabere; 4. Matematik i Kina; 5. Renæssancens matematik; 6. Regning med infinitesimaler ser dagens lys; 7. Matematik i det tyvende århundrede....

  19. Environmental history

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    Pawson, Eric; Christensen, Andreas Aagaard

    2016-01-01

    Environmental history is an interdisciplinary pursuit that has developed as a form of conscience to counter an increasingly powerful, forward-looking liberal theory of the environment. It deals with the relations between environmental ideas and materialities, from the work of the geographers George...... risks”. These are exposed by environmental history’s focus on long-run analysis and its narrative form that identifies the stories that we tell ourselves about nature. How a better understanding of past environmental transformations helps to analyse society and agency, and what this can mean...... for solutions and policies, is the agenda for an engaged environmental history from now on....

  20. Making art matter-ings: Engaging (with art in early childhood education, in Aotearoa New Zealand

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    Craw Janita

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available This article examines the special nature of Te Whāriki, Aotearoa New Zealand’s early childhood national curriculum, as a dynamic social, cultural document through an exploration of two art-inspired imaginary case studies. Thinking with Te Whāriki retains the potential to ignite thinking post-developmentally about art, pedagogy and practice in teacher education, and in the field. It offers examples of how creating spaces for engaging (with art as pedagogy acts as a catalyst for change, art offers a dynamic way of knowing, and being-with the different life-worlds we inhabit. While new paradigms for thinking and practicing art in education continue to push the boundaries of developmentally and individually responsive child-centred pedagogies, an emphasis on multiple literacies often gets in the way. This prohibits opportunities for engaging in other more complex approaches to pedagogy and art as subject-content knowledge, something essential for developing a rich curriculum framework. The article draws on research that emphasises the importance of teacher education in opening up spaces for thinking about (the history of art in/and of education as more than a communication/language tool. It considers an inclusive and broad knowledge-building-communities approach that values the contribution that art, artists, and others offer the 21st early learning environments we find ourselves in.

  1. The Development of Public art and City

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    王章华

    2008-01-01

    Public art may promote the image and inner culture of the city,build and accumulate the gentle pulse of history and the cultural atmosphere,make public environment serve the people better,meet modern demand more to whom spirit enjoy.How are the whole development, cultural inside information,living standard of a city,can be embodied through the state of development of observing its public all at first,public art and development of the city complement each other.

  2. Martial Arts Club

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    Martial Arts Club

    2010-01-01

    In July 2010, after five years of activity, the CERN Martial Arts held its first international Bujutsu seminar, gathering more than 40 participants from France, Switzerland, Sweden and Japan. The seminar was led by Master Shimazu Kenji, world-renowned martial arts expert based in Tokyo and headmaster of the Yagyu Shingan Ryu school, present in Europe specifically for the occasion. During nine days, participants got to discover the wide array of Bujutsu techniques and traditions of an ancestral martial art that finds its roots in the art and lives of Japanese samurais. Covering such varied subjects as self-defense techniques (Jujitsu), swordsmanship (Kenjutsu), through to healing techniques and etiquette, it encompasses all aspects of a way of life that still find echoes in today's modern Japanese society. The CERN Martial Arts club wishes to thank particularly the CERN Clubs Committee and its president Rachel Bray for their support in organizing this event. The CERN Martial Arts club, led by Sylvai...

  3. Art and Architectural Space

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    Unterrainer, Walter

    2014-01-01

    and its content. The urban and spatial question goes far beyond museums and other buildings for art: how in democratic societies should public spaces be supported by art and how can public art support ´cityness´ and meaning versus spaces of consumerism. Famous but egocentric buildings with the main......art and architectural space museums and other exhibition spaces or how artists learn to love architects Over the last two decades, innumerable new museums, art galleries and other exhibition spaces have been built and opened all over the globe. The most extreme growth happened in China, where the...... number of museums went up from 300 by 1980 to estimated 3000 museums by 2015. In urban discourses, new museums and buildings for art have been considered as drivers for ´cultural sustainability´ of cities. The notion is diffuse and the reality is more an economic centred ´city branding´ to help the...

  4. Generous with Our Uniqueness: Forging New Directions for African-American Women in the Arts.

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    Verdino-Sullwold, Carla Maria

    1992-01-01

    African-American women have played a major role in the history of the arts. This history, which is filled with discrimination, is traced for music, dance, drama, and the visual arts. Those who have overcome these obstacles can be effective teachers for future audiences, artists, and decision makers. (SLD)

  5. Arquitectura, arte funcional

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    Monjo Carrió, Juan

    1985-10-01

    Full Text Available The begining of this work is devoted to the analysis of the concepts of Art, Science and Technique and their historical evolution, distinguishing between "fine arts" and "technique arts". Following, Architect and Architecture terms are defined both conceptual and professionally, analysing as well its historical evolution and pointing out the interdependence between the architectural conception as "fine art" and the constructive technology as "technique art", finally reminding the necessary scientific base of this one (Construction Physics. Consequently, the need for architecture professionals of constructive technology knowledge, is also reminded. At last, the functional character of the Architecture (Architecture as a "functional art" is analysed, going over the three basic aspects of this functionality (Integrity-firmitas, Habitability-utilitas and Aesthetics-venustas.Se inicia el trabajo analizando los conceptos de Arte, Ciencia y Técnica y su evolución histórica, distinguiendo entre ¡as "bellas artes" y las "artes técnicas". A continuación se definen los conceptos de Arquitecto y Arquitectura, tanto conceptual como profesionalmente, analizando, asimismo, su evolución histórica y haciendo hincapié en la interdependencia entre la concepción arquitectónica como "bella arte" y la tecnología constructiva como "arte técnica", para terminar recordando la necesaria base científica de esta última (la Física de la Construcción. Como consecuencia, se recuerda la necesidad de los conocimientos de la tecnología constructiva en los arquitectos profesionales. Por último, se analiza el carácter funcional de la Arquitectura (Arquitectura como "arte funcional" y se hace un breve recorrido por los tres aspectos básicos de esa funcionalidad (Integridad-firmitas, Habitabilidad-utilitas y Estética-venustas.

  6. When Art & Finance Collide

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    Yu Lintao

    2011-01-01

    CHINA'S art market is on fire.As sales and prices break records,a new force has appeared in the market-organized art finance in the form of art trust funds and artwork exchanges.It was reported that the anonymous winner of the bid for the Song Dynasty calligraphy work Dizhuming by Huang Tingjian (1045-1105).which was sold for a staggering 436.

  7. ART AND BRAIN

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    Thomashoff, Hans-otto

    2012-01-01

    The different levels of influence on the brain´s construction of art are highlighted, starting from inborn and likely genetically determined stylistic features and leading to the traces of internalized earlier life experiences onto the art created, including the cultural environment. Art evolves in the biology of the brain parallel to the concepts we establish to define ourselves as persons. It is the interaction between the biological raw model and the perception of outer stimuli which leads...

  8. Philosophy for Welders: Colleges Offer Innovative Humanities Curricula for Liberal Arts and Career Track Students Alike

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    Finkel, Ed

    2016-01-01

    Does America needs more welders and fewer philosophers? Community college humanities professors and administrators say it benefits all students, whether liberal arts or career track, to take courses in philosophy, history, political science, language arts, and other liberal arts subjects. And they're developing innovative humanities curricula to…

  9. Meeting the Needs of Urban Students: Creative Arts Therapy in Jersey City Public Schools

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    Nelson, Cindy Lou

    2010-01-01

    This paper describes the history and development of the Jersey City Public Schools creative arts therapy program. Creative arts therapists contributed examples of their work throughout the district that provide a window into their respective school settings. Examples include technology-based art therapy, an extended school year program,…

  10. A Review of the International Academic Symposium on Tibetan Archaeology and Art

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    ZhangChanghong

    2004-01-01

    To date at least two aspects of Tibetan studies have become prominent. One is Tibetan archaeology which has grown from a base of ever-enriching fieldwork, and the other is Tibetan art studies which is dominated by Tibetan Buddhist art. In western humanity disciplines,archaeology and art history have always been regarded

  11. Family History

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    ... risky behaviors (such as smoking) and increasing healthy behaviors (such as regular exercise). Learn more about heart attacts. Q: How can knowing my family health history help lower my risk of disease? A: You ... you can change behaviors that affect your health, such as smoking, inactivity ...

  12. Business History

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    Hansen, Per H.

    2012-01-01

    This article argues that a cultural and narrative perspective can enrich the business history field, encourage new and different questions and answers, and provide new ways of thinking about methods and empirical material. It discusses what culture is and how it relates to narratives. Taking...

  13. Computer Games and Art

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    Anton Sukhov

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available This article devoted to the search of relevant sources (primary and secondary and characteristics of computer games that allow to include them in the field of art (such as the creation of artistic games, computer graphics, active interaction with other forms of art, signs of spiritual aesthetic act, own temporality of computer games, “aesthetic illusion”, interactivity. In general, modern computer games can be attributed to commercial art and popular culture (blockbuster games and to elite forms of contemporary media art (author’s games, visionary games.

  14. Art Meta-4

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    Mehlsen, Camilla; Jensen, Hans Siggaard

    2003-01-01

    Managing through Variety: The European Style. 3rd European Academy of Management (EURAM) Conference , Milan (Italy). 2003 Short description: This paper focuses on the use of art metaphors in today?s world of management and organizational practice. Abstract: This paper focuses on the use of art...... metaphors in today?s world of management and organizational practice. It tells the story of how art has entered the organizational stage as a metaphorical role model and how art is a metaphor we live and manage by. The story is in particular concerned with artistic images of organizations that frame...

  15. School of the Arts seeks arts organizations and artists for participation in ArtsFusion 2008

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    Adams, Louise

    2008-01-01

    Virginia Tech School of the Arts announces ArtsFusion 2008, a weeklong celebration of the arts throughout the New River Valley scheduled for April 12 through April 19. ArtsFusion 2008 is seeking participation by arts organizations and artists both on campus and throughout the New River Valley working in music, film, theatre, dance, creative writing, and the visual arts.

  16. Interactions of Art and Art Pedagogy : Theory and Practice

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    Klāsone, Inta

    2015-01-01

    The article raises the issue of the link between art and its variet expressions of form with pedegaogy of art. A number of important directions of scientific research in art pedagogy are highlighted on the basis of the scientific knowledge base in the world and Latvian Education Area, guidelines of National Strategic Guidance, trends in art and art education, and summary of survey data. Object of the research is the interaction process between art and art education for improvement of pedagogi...

  17. Influence Of Art System Of Environmental Art And Design

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    贾弱苗

    2015-01-01

    Environmental art design refers to the construction of indoor and outdoor space environment, integration design a practical way of art through art and design.Art system is the existence of a specific period of art ideas and knowledge systems, as well as artwork for the existence of production, dissemination, complete social mechanisms consumption evaluation. Environmental art design in its production to consumption process, restriction and help inseparable art system.

  18. On New Media Art, Its Development and Achievement in China

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    Liu Guangyu

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available This essay is aimed to introduce the development status of the new media art in China; the author gave its definition based on his own understanding and observation, which included various forms. Moreover, the developing environment of the new media art in the world is presented systematically in the essay. The author combed the art history and technology history which are closely connected with the birth of the new media art. China has achieved many accomplishments in new media art forms, such as the successful hosting of 2008 World Olympic Games and 2010 World expo. In the opening ceremony of 2008 World Olympic Games, interactive art, installation art and virtual space are in perfect use. Especially, “scroll” has combined all the above technological methods into display, which brought about stunning sensory impact to the audiences. After two years, Shanghai was the focus of the world, 242 countries and international organizations that have attended 2010 Shanghai World expo. The new media art forms are bloomed and flourished, China pavilion’s Qingming Riverside was endowed with new vitality via these new art media forms.

  19. The Age of porno-History

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    Darragon, Eric

    2012-01-01

    The discourse on the body is not exactly new, but it has gained a kind of ascendancy in matters of aesthetics, especially where university art history and criticism are concerned. Hence the visible changes in methods and formulations. After much water under the bridge, the question of art is paradoxically back in statu nascendi, insofar as its principle is being extended without faltering to new approaches and objects. When he explored the idea of the “artification” of experience in 1978, Ala...

  20. Research on cultivating martial art teachers of primary and secondary schools under the background of new national curriculum standard

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    Han, Xue

    2013-01-01

    Martial art instructors play an important role in martial art education,and the quality of martial art instructors determines the level of quality of martial art education. Therefore,under the background of new national curriculum standard,who is to teach martial art,or in other words,martial art teacher issues concern the development of martial art in primary and secondary schools.In this paper,by use of literature,interviews and other research methods,the history of martial art education in...

  1. Wearable Arts of Japan: Seattle Art Museum.

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    Loudon, Sarah

    1996-01-01

    Presents four lesson plans centered around artworks involving Japanese clothing. Instructional materials include color plates of a 19th century print showing women's clothing, two beautifully handcrafted coats, and a coverlet in kimono form. The lesson plans discuss Japanese clothing, art, society, and culture. (MJP)

  2. Art Literature and Theory of Art

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    T. Weststeijn

    2013-01-01

    In contrast to theories of poetry or rhetoric, no complete ancient theory of the figurative arts survives. Renaissance authors wishing to underpin the "rebirth" of painting therefore had to resort to a variety of strategies to invent a new genre. Literary metaphors and fragments from artists’ biogra

  3. Pragmatics of Raw Art

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    Wilson, Alexander

    2014-01-01

    In the last several decades, art has seen the dissolution of the old avant-garde critical grid. Gone are the days of absolutes and manifestos. The most varied styles have been absorbed into the postmodern pastiche, outsider artworks have been traded for large sums on the fine-art market, and a co...

  4. The Boutique Liberal Arts?

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    Cohen, Scott

    2014-01-01

    The structure of higher education today, in conjunction with those actively trying to devalue a liberal arts degree in the public sphere, has set the table for what seems like a completely rational solution: finding a "niche." Broadly speaking, colleges offering a liberal arts education identify their "niche market" in terms of…

  5. Experiencing affective interactive art

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    Bialoskorski, Leticia S.S.; Westerink, Joyce H.D.M.; Broek, van den Egon L.

    2010-01-01

    The progress in the field of affective computing enables the realization of affective art. This paper describes the affective interactive art system Mood Swings, which interprets and visualizes affect expressed by a person. Mood Swings is founded on the integration of a framework for affective move

  6. Arte Brasileno Erudito y Arte Brasileno Popular. (Brazilian Fine Art and Brazilian Popular Art)

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    Valladares, Clarival Do Prado

    1969-01-01

    Class differences in Brazil explain the inequality between the art produced in the high strata of society and that originating in the economically inferior communities. Genuine expression of art degenerates for two reasons: the influence of modern industrial civilization and the tendency to satisfy the taste of the acquisitive group. (Author/MF)

  7. Facing Sound - Voicing Art

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    Lønstrup, Ansa

    2013-01-01

    This article is based on examples of contemporary audiovisual art, with a special focus on the Tony Oursler exhibition Face to Face at Aarhus Art Museum ARoS in Denmark in March-July 2012. My investigation involves a combination of qualitative interviews with visitors, observations of the audience...

  8. Tangrams: Puzzles of Art

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    Fee, Brenda

    2009-01-01

    Challenging one's brain is the beginning of making great art. Tangrams are a great way to keep students thinking about their latest art project long after leaving the classroom. A tangram is a Chinese puzzle. The earliest known reference to tangrams appears in a Chinese book dated 1813, but the puzzles existed long before that date. The puzzle…

  9. Artfulness i skolen

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    Chemi, Tatiana

    how many good arguments must the arts find to be looked at as worthwhile school subjects? This chapter finds its arguments within evolutionary biology and anthropology.......how many good arguments must the arts find to be looked at as worthwhile school subjects? This chapter finds its arguments within evolutionary biology and anthropology....

  10. Culinary Arts Profile.

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    Missouri Univ., Columbia. Instructional Materials Lab.

    This chart is intended for use in documenting the fact that a student participating in a culinary arts program has achieved the performance standards specified in the Missouri Competency Profile for culinary arts. The chart includes space for recording basic student and instructor information and the student's on-the-job training and work…

  11. Big Ideas in Art

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    Day, Kathleen

    2008-01-01

    In this article, the author shares how she was able to discover some big ideas about art education. She relates how she found great ideas to improve her teaching from the book "Rethinking Curriculum in Art." She also shares how she designed a "Big Idea" unit in her class.

  12. Teaching Art Abroad

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    Enderle, Melissa

    2007-01-01

    In this article, the author describes her experiences as an overseas art teacher. She relates how teaching art and living overseas has provided her with new opportunities to work with a diverse student and faculty population. She also relates how living abroad has made her learn about foreign countries and their inhabitants in an in-depth and…

  13. The Art of Mexico.

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    Saccardi, Marianne

    1997-01-01

    Provides an annotated bibliography of books for grades K and up which explores the folklore, poetry, fiction, and art of Mexico, and focuses on the Mayans and Aztecs and Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo. Also suggests various research, reading, drama, music, social studies, physical education, and art activities and lists related videos and Internet…

  14. Messurement, Diagram, Art

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    May, Michael; Stjernfelt, Frederik

    1996-01-01

    Discussion of the semiotic concept of the iconic sign according to Charles S. Peirce and its importance for the understanding of "diagrammatic reasoning" in science and art.......Discussion of the semiotic concept of the iconic sign according to Charles S. Peirce and its importance for the understanding of "diagrammatic reasoning" in science and art....

  15. The arts as healing.

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    Kivnick, H Q; Erikson, J M

    1983-10-01

    The relationship between artistic involvement and individual mental health is considered, and the concept of "healing" is differentiated from that of "therapy." Seven properties of art experience are identified which, when developed, have contributed to patients' recovery from mental illness. Implications of these properties for clinical programs, and the related value of art experience for non-patients, are discussed. PMID:6638153

  16. Art on the Move

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    2009-01-01

    Beijing experiments with art installations in its subway systems to explore the dynamics of urban life Art will soon imbue many subway stations and even trains in Beijing. The newest subway line in the capital city’s mass transit network, Line 4, distinguishes itself from the rest with large decorative frescoes and bas-relief works at its eight major stations.

  17. ICT in the Arts

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    Brooks, Anthony Lewis

    2014-01-01

    Increased use of ICT in art projects opens novel opportunities for contemporary artists seeking innovative means to create and express beyond the traditional in new ways and places. This can also be beyond what is conventionally considered art. Thus, wider and transdisciplinary philosophical...

  18. The Art of Education

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    Abdul-Alim, Jamaal

    2012-01-01

    Dr. Robert F. Sabol, professor of visual and performing arts at Purdue University says that art education has suffered some serious setbacks since No Child Left Behind--the landmark federal education law that put a greater emphasis on high-stakes testing. Since No Child Left Behind became law in 2002, school systems--under increased pressure to…

  19. Mola Art: Elementary

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    Barsamian, Araxey

    2004-01-01

    In this brief article, the author describes a lesson plan on Mola art she used in her elementary classroom. Using four examples of Kuna Indian molas, the teacher introduced students to the beautiful, colorful, creative art form of molas. The Kuna women have been making these layered pieces of cloth for more than one hundred years. They use a…

  20. Art as Peace Building

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    Marshall, Laurie

    2014-01-01

    Art educators can "critique" senseless violence--mistreatment, exclusion, intimidation, bullying, violation, abuse, corruption, murder, and war--by unleashing the power of students' creativity. In this article, the author, sharing her philosophical context, discusses how art is preventative medicine with the power to transform the…

  1. Visual Arts Research, 1994.

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    Gardner, Nancy C., Ed.; Thompson, Christine, Ed.

    1994-01-01

    This document consists of the two issues of the journal "Visual Arts in Research" published in 1994. This journal focuses on the theory and practice of visual arts education from educational, historical, philosophical, and psychological perspectives. Number 1 of this volume includes the following contributions: (1) "Zooming in on the Qualitative…

  2. Parallels in the Arts

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    Laffey, Grace

    1972-01-01

    A mini-course of nine weeks was organized as a laboratory course to survey relationships in literature, music, and art. Three periods in the arts (Romanticism, Impressionism, and Contemporary) were matched with three major activities; the basic areas of study and activity were poetry, short story, and novel. (Author)

  3. Geometry and Op Art.

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    Brewer, Evelyn J.

    1999-01-01

    Describes an activity in which students use computers and techniques from Op Art to learn various geometric concepts. Allows them to see the distinct connection between art and mathematics from a personal perspective. Reinforces writing, speaking, and drawing skills while creating slide shows related to the project. (ASK)

  4. Contemporary Danish book art

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    Larsen, Poul Steen

    the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Thomas J. Watson Library, Helge Ernst, illustrator, Poul Kristensen, printer, Ole Olsen, bookbinder, exhibition catalog......the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Thomas J. Watson Library, Helge Ernst, illustrator, Poul Kristensen, printer, Ole Olsen, bookbinder, exhibition catalog...

  5. Gerontology and the Arts.

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    Jones, Jean Ellen, Ed.

    1982-01-01

    Reviews research on the place of the arts in programs for the elderly. In nine articles deals with characteristics and attitudes of adult students in art and music, dance therapy, and creativity. Discusses the aging advocacy movement and suggests it can be useful to program planners and gerontologists. (JAC)

  6. Support for Arts Education. State Arts Agency Fact Sheet

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    National Assembly of State Arts Agencies, 2011

    2011-01-01

    Supporting lifelong learning in the arts is a top priority for state arts agencies. By supporting arts education in the schools, state arts agencies foster young imaginations, address core academic standards, and promote the critical thinking and creativity skills essential to a 21st century work force. State arts agencies also support…

  7. Old Friends, Bookends: Art Educators and Art Therapists

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    Allison, Amanda

    2013-01-01

    This viewpoint presents a reflection on a meaningful relationship that developed between a university art education department and a local art therapy studio. Such partnerships are desirable and mutually beneficial because of the significant interest many art educators have in the field of art therapy. The author, an art educator, describes the…

  8. Sommerferiens historie

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    Lützen, Karin

    2011-01-01

    Summer holiday is a pleasure which did not become available to many people until the 20th Century. The article describes the early mountain rambles of the bourgeoisie and their holidays in seaside boarding houses. Outdoor pursuits and stays in boarding houses at bathing resorts also became favour...... pattern. Finally, the history of the special holiday camps is told, which were established by American Jews because they were excluded from many hotels....

  9. Origins: science inspires art

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    2011-01-01

    From 8 December 2011 to 17 February 2012, Geneva University's physics faculty will be holding an exhibition called "L'Origine – un voyage entre la Science et l'Art". Thirty artists from Europe and Africa will be exhibiting their work.   The aim of the exhibition is to take the visitor on an imaginary journey to the origins of mankind and to show how science and art approach the same theme from different angles. The works on display will include pieces of Makonde art, a traditional art form native to Mozambique, created by artists of the Nairucu Arts centre. The cultural programme that will run alongside the exhibition will include lectures on contemporary scientific themes aimed at the general public. Visitors will also have the opportunity to discover "L’Origine", a book of poetry by Beatrice Bressan (Ed. Loreleo, Geneva, 2010), which was awarded the third prize in the “Poeti nella società&...

  10. Art and human nature

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    Mirta Toledo

    2008-06-01

    Full Text Available This article presents a visual artist’s point of view about art. This view confronts the Eurocentric traditional cannon with some ignored, but valuable traditions, thus proposing a contra-canon. These ideas are examined on the light of a variety of sources, including prehistoric, pre-Columbian, and 20th century art expressions, in a variety of media, from sculpture to literature. Recent art expressions are characterized by their incorporation of minority values and perspectives that challenge “universal” views. Using samples of works from Latino and African American artists, the author shows that, even today, art is a means to know the world and its people, to exhibit personal life, to create personal symbolism, and to show one’s identity or the search for it. Like the human nature it represents, art has multiple faces.

  11. Reviews Book: SEP Communications: Transmitting and Receiving Signals Book: Gliding for Gold Book: Radioactivity: A History of a Mysterious Science Book: The New Quantum Age Books: The Art of Science and The Oxford Book of Modern Science Writing Equipment: SEP Analogue/digital transmission unit Equipment: SEP Optical signal transmission set Book: Stars and their Spectra Book: Voicebox: The Physics and Evolution of Speech Web Watch

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    WE RECOMMEND Transmitting and Receiving Signals SEP booklet transmits knowledge The New Quantum Age Understanding modern quantum theory The Art of Science and The Oxford Book of Modern Science Writing Anthologies bring science to life SEP Analogue/digital transmission unit Kit transmits signal between two points SEP Optical signal transmission set Optical kit shows light transmission Stars and their Spectra New book for teaching astrophysics WORTH A LOOK Gliding for Gold Take a journey through the physics of winter sports Radioactivity: A History of a Mysterious Science Book looks at history of radioactivity Voicebox: The Physics and Evolution of Speech TExploring the evolution of the voice WEB WATCH An interactive program with promise?

  12. Listening to objects: an ecological approach to the decorative arts

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    Erin J. Campbell

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available To transcend the divisions in art historical research between high art and decorative art, this study proposes an ecological approach. Drawing on research in the social sciences and humanities, and using the early modern domestic interior as a case study, the essay develops the concepts of environment, ecology, meshwork, assemblage, distributive agency, vital materiality, and matter as social performance, which appear in the work of political scientist Jane Bennett, feminist philosopher Karen Barad, sociologist Bruno Latour, anthropologist Tim Ingold, and others. As the study argues, such concepts provide a phenomenological, integrative, and non-hierarchical framework for the study of the decorative arts within the institutions and practices of art history, allowing art historians to analyse the processes through which the human and the material are intertwined.

  13. Cultural History and its Neighbours

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    Burke, Peter

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available This article offers a kind of map of intellectual fields that are more or less close to cultural history. It is difficult to separate cultural history from intellectual, social and political history, from archaeology and from the histories of such activities as art, literature, language and religion, whether these histories are studied in departments of history or under the umbrella of “visual studies”, “religious studies” or “cultural studies”. All these neighbours form an “inner circle”, discussed in relative detail. Beyond it lies a “middle circle” of disciplines that are separate from cultural history but have made considerable impact on it: anthropology, ethnology, sociology, politics and geography. Still further away, and discovered by cultural historians only recently, comes an “outer circle”, comprising psychology, cognitive studies, neuroscience and biology. The effect of the outer circle of disciplines on the practice of cultural history remains uncertain.

    Este artículo ofrece un cierto mapa de campos intelectuales más o menos cercano a la historia cultural. Es difícil separar la historia cultural de la intelectual, social o política, de la arqueología y de historias de actividades como arte, literatura, lenguaje y religión, tanto si estas historias se estudian en departamentos de historia como si caen bajo el paraguas de "estudios visuales", "estudios religiosos" o "estudios culturales". Todos estos vecinos constituyen un "círculo interior" que se discute con cierto detalle. Mas allá se sitúa un "círculo medio" de disciplinas que están separadas de la historia cultural, pero han tenido considerable impacto sobre ella: antropología, etnología, sociología, politología y geografía. Y un paso más allá, según han descubierto solo de manera reciente los historiadores culturales, existe un “círculo exterior”, que comprende psicología, estudios cognitivos, neurociencia y biología. El

  14. If Art Is Knowledge, Then . . . .

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    Chambers, John H.

    1979-01-01

    It is argued that, like scientific and moral statements, art statements shape the world we know. This thesis indicates the need for art encounters and developmental teaching techniques, since the knowledge of art statements can only be apprehended through engagement in art and from discussing art and its qualities. (Author/SJL)

  15. Critical Examination of a Revision of Bloom's Taxonomy for the Development of Art Education Curriculum

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    Nakamura, Kazuyo; Yamato, Hiroko; Nakashima, Atsuo; Kikkawa, Kazuo

    2011-01-01

    This paper is aimed at developing Art Education Taxonomy Table through critically examining a revision of Bloom's Taxonomy of Educational Objectives contrived by Anderson and Krathwohl. First, the overview of the history of Bloom's Taxonomy is provided in relation to art education. Second, the influence of Bloom's theory of educational evaluation and Taxonomy on the classroom practice of art education in Japan is discussed. Third, aiming at using for the development of art education curriculu...

  16. The Art of the Interface in Mixed Realities: Predessors and Visions

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    Grau, Oliver

    2002-01-01

    The approach of this paper is broad and historical; it attempts to expand a narrow technical view by looking at historic art media together with contemporary media art. By focusing on recent art against the backdrop of historic developments, it is possible to better analyze and grasp what is really new in media art and, using cornerstones from the history of media of illusion and immersion, it is a material and theoretical contribution to a new, emerging discipline: the science of the image. ...

  17. Landscape History and Theory: from Subject Matter to Analytic Tool

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    Birksted, Jan Kenneth

    2004-01-01

    This essay explores how landscape history can engage methodologically with the adjacent disciplines of art history and visual/cultural studies. Central to the methodological problem is the mapping of the beholder � spatially, temporally and phenomenologically. In this mapping process, landscape history is transformed from subject matter to analytical tool. As a result, landscape history no longer simply imports and applies ideas from other disciplines but develops its own metho...

  18. TIME CONCEPTION IN THE ART OF MINIATURE

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    Ruhi KONAK

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available Throughout history, the humanbeing discussed the space in the sense of both to perceive the truth and to state the connection between him and the truth itself. In this context; mythology, religion, phylosophy and positive science, etc. handle the subject from their point of view. As to the art,throughout history, handles the space from different points in terms of cultures, beliefs thoughts and periods in accordanc with the perspective of the fields that are issue and the guidance of the artist's world perception himself. In this direction, the reflection manner of the space on the art has taken form as the manifestation of the artist's individual and social perception. When we look at the history of the painting art, it is seen that space concept shows itself in four stages with different characteristic shapes. The stages at issue are called as twodimensional superficial space vision, three dimensional superficial space vision, multidimensional space vision and conceptual space vision. Between the views that are mentioned, two-dimensional superficial space vision matches up with the space perceptive in miniature craft. In this point, in the article, the acceptance of the twodimensional superficial space vision, seen in miniatures, in Islamic World and the meaning of it from Muslim artist's point of view are discussed by investigating the concepts of space and emptiness in the Oriental and islamic thought.

  19. Neutrons and art

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    Following modern trends in art objects connoisseurship, through examination of the structure of art objects supports traditional studies conducted by art historians based on composition, iconographic and stylistic comparisons. It must be emphasized that complete technological examinations are carried out by means of comprehensive physical and chemical studies. Among various methods used for the examination of art objects, methods which apply neutrons such as instrumental neutron activation analysis (INAA), prompt gamma activation analysis (PGAA) and neutron-induced autoradiography are crucial due to their high sensitivity, reproducibility and capability of simultaneous determination of several tens of elements. Systematic studies on art objects using instrumental neutron activation analysis and neutron autoradiography have been carried out in the institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology. It was possible to accumulate a number of essential data on the concentration of trace elements particularly in chalk grounds and pigments (such as lead white, lead-tin yellow, smalt), Chinese porcelain, Thai ceramics, silver denarius, jewellery made of copper alloys, as well as in the clay fillings of Egyptian mummies. The above mentioned examination of art objects prior to their conservation helps to determine precisely the materials used in the process of creating art objects, as well as to identify the appropriate place of origin of particular materials. (author)

  20. Art in the Service of Science

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    Asmus, J. F.

    -profile diagnostic technique. These two, seemingly trite, examples of scientific serendipity "in reverse" are not isolated anomalies. History is replete with instances of art coming to the aid of science and technology. Examples include Samuel Morse's drawing upon his skill as a painter in support of his electrical engineering research, the collaboration of Michele Besso and Albert Einstein in the formulation of Special Relativity, Picasso's vision of wave-function collapse in Quantum Electrodynamics, and Jay DeFeo's depiction of Big Bangs and Black Holes while cosmologists were focusing on Fred Hoyle's steady-state continuum theory of the universe.

  1. Art and Delusion: Unreality in Art School

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    Neher, Ross

    2010-01-01

    The author teaches painting in a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) program at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. Each fall semester he asks his students why they have come to Pratt and what they want to do when they graduate. The common answer is to develop as artists and find a commercial gallery to show and sell their work. Some want the MFA degree…

  2. Ildens historier

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    Lassen, Henrik Roesgaard

    In December 2012 a manuscript entitled "Tællelyset" ['The Tallow Candle'] was discovered in an archive. The story was subsequently presented to the world as Hans Christian Andersen's first fairy tale and rather bombastically celebrated as such. In this book it is demonstrated that the text cannot...... have been written by Andersen. In several chapters the curiously forgotten history of fire-lighting technology is outlined, and it is demonstrated that "Tællelyset" is written by a person with a modern perspective on how to light a candle - among other things. The central argument in the book springs...

  3. The History of Emotions: An Introduction

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    Plamper, Jan

    2015-01-01

    - The first book-length introduction to one of the fastest-growing fields of historical discipline - Offers a synthesis of the work already carried out in the field and an agenda for the direction of future study - Provides a multidisciplinary approach, engaging with anthropology, philosophy, sociology, linguistics, art history, political science, psychology, and the latest affective neuroscience - Shows how genuine collaboration between history and neuroscience might be possible and...

  4. Robots and Art

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    Jochum, Elizabeth Ann; Putnam, Lance Jonathan

    2015-01-01

    We describe the design of an undergraduate course in art and robotics that aims to integrate basic concepts of computer science, robotics and art installation for undergraduate students within the problem-based learning model. Our methodology aims to bridge the gap that separates humanities from...... computer science and engineering education to prepare students to address real world problems in robotics, including human-robotic interaction and HCI. Given the proliferation of interactive, systems-based art works and the continued interest in human-centered factors in robotics research (such as...

  5. Digital Literary Arts Extravaganza

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    Pressman, Jessica; Marino, Mark C.

    2009-01-01

    To complement the panels of DAC and to emphasize the centrality of the Arts at this conference, we have organized the DAC Literary Arts Extravaganza, featuring exciting and dramatic works from the world of electronic literature. Conference guests were invited to see, hear, and engage in the performance of digital-born literary art works that embody the innovative ideas in this year’s panels and that will no doubt be the subject of panels in future DAC conferences. Genres include: live video s...

  6. THE EFFECTS OF JAPANISM ON THE IMPRESSIONIST ART MOVEMENT

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    Hikmet SAHIN

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available The Japanese art and culture, which had been isolated from the West for long periods, opened their doors to the whole world in the 1850s and Japanese culture and art became a “fashion” especially in Europe after they spread through trade across the globe. Exotic Japanese commodities obtained through Western merchants aroused a huge interest among some artists of the time and served as a source of inspiration for modernist movements. In the 19th century, especially lithographic pictures called “estamp” made by Japanese lithographers were collected by European artists of the time. Examination of Japanese lithographic pictures brought new points of view to the European modern art and artists laid the foundations for new artistic pursuits in light of impressions they obtained from those pictures. The basic goal of this study is to obtain information about Japanese culture and art, one of the sources that fed the Impressionist Art, which occupies a significant place in the history of Western Art, and to investigate the relationships between the Impressionist or Post-Impressionists works and the Japanese art, which they interacted with. Japanese art did not only influence the Impressionist art movements but it also inspired movements such as Art Nouveau, Expressionism, Fauvism and Cubism. However, the scope of the study was limited to the 19th century Impressionist movement and artists and the examples were focused on well-known Impressionist artists and their works so as to understand the subject better.

  7. Photo art creativity in the education: Light drawing

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    Acar Haci Mehmet

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Since the early ages, people live together with art, and create various branches of art. Painting, as one of the most important branches of art, occurs on the walls of the caves of prehistoric ages. By the nineteenth century, photography shows itself and come as a branch of art until today. Photographers have created new methods and techniques throughout history. Among these, we can say that “painting with light” is one of the techniques by which the artist can create original works of art and reflects his/her creativity freely. This study aims to cite the importance of creativity in art education by the applications of “painting with light”. First the history of art is touched briefly, and then the invention of photography is mentioned and the relationships of photography and painting is studied. In the final section by informing about the technique of “painting with light”, it is discoursed how to get a work of art with this technique.

  8. Arts Teachers' Perceptions and Attitudes on Arts Integration While Participating in a Statewide Arts Integration Initiative

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    May, Brittany Nixon; Robinson, Nicole R.

    2016-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to examine the perceptions and attitudes of the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program (BTSALP) arts specialists on arts integration. BTSALP arts specialists (N = 50) throughout the state of Utah responded to a 20-item survey. Results indicated that a majority of BTSALP arts specialists believe that arts…

  9. Genetics Home Reference: Arts syndrome

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    ... Me Understand Genetics Home Health Conditions Arts syndrome Arts syndrome Enable Javascript to view the expand/collapse boxes. Print All Open All Close All Description Arts syndrome is a disorder that causes serious neurological ...

  10. Natural pigments and sacred art

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    Kelekian, Lena, ,, Lady

    2010-05-01

    Since the dawn of mankind, cavemen has expressed himself through art. The earliest known cave paintings date to some 32,000 years ago and used 4 colours derived from the earth. These pigments were iron oxides and known as ochres, blacks and whites. All pigments known by the Egyptians, the Greeks, the Romans and Renaissance man were natural and it was not until the 18th century that synthetic pigments were made and widely used. Until that time all art, be it sacred or secular used only natural pigments, of which the preparation of many have been lost or rarely used because of their tedious preparation. As a geologist, a mineralogist and an artist specializing in iconography, I have been able to rediscover 89 natural pigments extracted from minerals. I use these pigments to paint my icons in the traditional Byzantine manner and also to restore old icons, bringing back their glamour and conserving them for years to come. The use of the natural pigments in its proper way also helps to preserve the traditional skills of the iconographer. In the ancient past, pigments were extremely precious. Many took an exceedingly long journey to reach the artists, and came from remote countries. Research into these pigments is the work of history, geography and anthropology. It is an interesting journey in itself to discover that the blue aquamarines came from Afghanistan, the reds from Spain, the greens Africa, and so on. In this contribution I will be describing the origins, preparation and use of some natural pigments, together with their history and provenance. Additionally, I will show how the natural pigments are used in the creation of an icon. Being a geologist iconographer, for me, is a sacrement that transforms that which is earthly, material and natural into a thing of beauty that is sacred. As bread and wine in the Eucharist, water during baptism and oil in Holy Union transmit sanctification to the beholder, natural pigments do the same when one considers an icon. The

  11. Arte e moda

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    Morais-Alexandre, Paulo

    1994-01-01

    Análise da moda no vestuário enquanto Arte, passível de análise estética respectivos critérios e ligação às artes plásticas. É ainda analisado, no âmbito desta problemática, a evolução do estatuto social do criador de Moda e a Moda na actualidade. ABSTRACT: The aim is the study of fashion in clothing as Art, the aesthetic criteria of its analysis and its connection with other arts. It is further analyzed, in the context of this problem, the evolution of status of fashions creators and Fas...

  12. Hvorfor Art Deco nu?

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    Gether, Vibeke Petersen

    Udstillingen er udover Victoria & Albert Museum også inspireret af Designmuseum Danmarks udstilling i 1997-98 med titlen Dansk Design 1910-45. Art Déco & Funktionalisme. Selvom udstillingen viste fine eksempler på art deco i dansk design og arkitektur, er det dog først og fremmest funktionalismen......, der har trukket de store overskrifter op igennem det 20. århundrede herhjemme. Gl. Holtegaard efterprøver nu art deco-begrebet på dansk billedkunst i en udstillingskontekst. Fokus er først og fremmest på maleri og skulptur. Der inddrages i mindre målestok andre visuelle medier som arkitekturtegninger......, film, illustrationer, plakater og kunsthåndværk. Med udstillingen vil vi gerne synliggøre de forskellige æstetiske udtryk, som vi mener meget bedre dækkes af betegnelsen art deco i dansk kunst i perioden 1910–1940....

  13. Martial arts club

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    Martial arts club

    2012-01-01

    In July 2012, after seven years of activity at CERN, the CERN Martial Arts held its first international Bujutsu seminar, gathering more than 30 participants from France, Switzerland, Germany, Sweden and Japan. The seminar was led by Master Shimazu Kenji, world-renowned martial arts expert based in Tokyo and headmaster of the Yagyu Shingan Ryu school, present in Europe specifically for the occasion. During seven days, participants got to discover the practice of Odachi (Large/Long Sword) and review the wide array of Bujutsu techniques and traditions of an ancestral martial art that finds its roots in the art and lives of Japanese samurais. Covering such varied subjects as self-defense techniques (Jujitsu), swordsmanship (Kenjutsu), through to stamina recovery techniques and etiquette, it encompasses all aspects of a way of life that still finds echoes in today's modern Japanese society. This year, three shodan grades (the lowest rank of black belts) have been awarded to students of the CERN Mart...

  14. Art-in-Design

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    Degn Johansson, Troels

    distancing himself, by taking steps back from this situation, the author has sought to map out systematically the institutional contexts in which the art collective has been operating. In this way, it has become possible to understand further why art may maintain its original empowering role in design...... distinction between research in, for, and through art and design, the author lays out this collaboration as a series of stepping back from an initial action research situation, that is, a case of research through design where the researcher is involved by means of strategic interest. However, by gradually...... practice and how the art institutional contexts in turn may facilitate various critical approaches on behalf of the researching scholar....

  15. Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)

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    ... Information Clinical Trials Resources and Publications Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Skip sharing on social media links Share ... American Society for Reproductive Medicine. (2012). Assisted reproductive technologies: A guide for patients . Retrieved June 11, 2012, ...

  16. La "Historia del Arte" de Ernst Gombrich

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    Antón Capitel

    2012-12-01

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    El texto es una crítica del libro de Ernst Gombrich “Historia del  Arte”, obra antigua y traducida a muchos idiomas, pero que en 2011 ha publicado la edición de bolsillo en castellano. La crítica no entra mucho en el contenido, sólo en algunos aspectos, y se centra en los comentarios acerca de la antología de la historia del arte universal que el autor hace. Así se critica el hecho de la poca presencia del arte español, en general, y sobre todo de la poca presencia de la colección española de pintura en el Museo del Prado, la mejor pinacoteca del mundo. También, de la poco acertada elección de algunos ejemplos y de la sobreabundancia de referencias al arte de carácter menor del Reino Unido o de Holanda. El autor deplora igualmente la falta de sentido de las referencias a la arquitectura a partir del barroco, y, en cuanto al contenido, al mantenimiento de la vieja y ofensiva tesis de la  supremacía del arte de los países protestantes sobre el de los católicos.

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    historia del arte, arte, arquitectura, crítica, referencias

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    The text is a critique of Ernst Gombrich´s book “History of Art”, old work translated into many languages, which in 2011 was published as a pocket edition in Spanish. Rather than providing  a criticism of the content, only certain aspects are mentioned, the critique is centered around comments on the author´s choice of anthology taken from the universal history of art. In this way not only does the lack of presence of Spanish art in general come under particular criticism, but most of all the feeble  representation of the Spanish collection of the Prado museum, the finest gallery in the world. Under scrutiny also come the  unwise choice of several examples and the overabundance of British and Dutch art of a minor character. Similarly, the author deplores

  17. Calculations of Theoretical Strength: State of the Art and History

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    Pokluda, J.; Černý, M.; Šandera, P.; Šob, Mojmír

    2004-01-01

    Roč. 11, č. 1 (2004), s. 1-28. ISSN 0928-1045 R&D Projects: GA AV ČR(CZ) IAA1041302; GA ČR(CZ) GA202/03/1351; GA MŠk(CZ) OC 523.90 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z2041904 Keywords : theoretical tensile strength * ab initio calculations * semi-empirical methods Subject RIV: BM - Solid Matter Physics ; Magnetism Impact factor: 0.639, year: 2004

  18. Chapter Four: Turning History into Art – Charles the First

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    Mulhallen, Jacqueline

    2013-01-01

    Shelley began writing Charles the First in January 1822, but at his death he had completed only scenes for a first act, an outline sketch for a second and many notes, jottings and stray lines. As he had not worked on it in the months preceding his death, there is a view that he would not have completed it even had he lived. This view undermines the importance of this project, which he had been researching since 1818, and his competence as a dramatist is challenged by the idea that it may have...

  19. European radiation dosimetry group: history, state of art, perspectives

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    European Radiation Dosimetry Group (EURADOS) was established in 1981. Working Group operating in connection with EURADOS program are listed. Key milestones of EURADOS activities since the beginning up to now are presented. Future actions of the EURADOS are reviewed

  20. BWR stability: history and state-of-the-art

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    The paper briefly recalls the historical developments, reviews the important phenomena, the analytical and simulation tools that are used for the analysis of BWR stability focussing on the linear, frequency domain methods

  1. Sleepwalking through history: medicine, arts, and courts of law.

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    Umanath, Sharda; Sarezky, Daniel; Finger, Stanley

    2011-10-01

    Somnambulism, or sleepwalking, has always been of interest to theologians, writers, philosophers, physicians, and others fascinated by unusual behaviors. This parasomnia, which was defined less precisely in the past than it is today, has long been featured in medical dissertations and books of medicine. Further, Shakespeare, Bellini, and Brown, among others, incorporated it into their plays, operas, and novels. Because some somnambulists turned violent and committed other acts detrimental to society, sleepwalking also demanded attention from legal systems, and guidelines were set for whether somnambulists could be held responsible for their actions. This historical review focuses on these developments pertaining to somnambulism through the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries. PMID:22003856

  2. Cogeneration trends in Europe history -- State of the art - Outlook

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    Cogeneration, the utilization of heat created while producing electricity from fossil fuels, is by no means a new technology. In 1926, 71 years ago, a brochure from MAN in Germany showed a heat recovery system for diesel engines. Despite the fact that cogeneration has existed for a long time, it took half a century and the first so called ''oil crisis'' in the 1970's for societies to become aware of limited energy resources. Environmental groups gave cogeneration an additional boost in the 1980's. Additionally, governments in the Western European Nations attracted cogeneration investors by not only providing subsidies and tax breaks but also regulating electricity prices. Although there has been much growth in the cogeneration market in the past years, the industry has still not reached its peak in Europe. A variety of studies have shown that there is still significant growth potential in the future: WWF (World Wildlife Fund) published a study in 1996 suggesting a target of 330 Twh of generation will be produced through cogeneration by the year 2005, a tripling of current generation. Due to the EU's belief that cogeneration is an optimal form of generation, it has developed a cogeneration strategy. As part of this strategy, the EC is promoting cogeneration so that it accounts for 20% of all European generation by the year 2010. These factors would give a variety of companies such as equipment suppliers, investment companies, utilities, consultants and energy brokers a wide range of opportunities in Europe. Detailed information and some hints will be given as to how to participate in this fast growing industry. Ways to overcome obstacles in those markets will be shown as well as the pros and cons of different entry strategies

  3. A Course Connecting Astronomy to Art, History, and Literature

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    Olson, Don

    2015-01-01

    For the past 20 years the author has taught an Honors College course combining astronomy and the humanities. The purpose of this note is to give examples of methods that can be adapted to classroom use for topics including night sky paintings by Vincent van Gogh, Edvard Munch, and Claude Monet, historical events influenced by astronomical factors,…

  4. Russian graphite nuclear application. History, state of the art, future

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    Near 40 nuclear reactors based on graphite moderator were built in Russia during 50 years. They are: RBMK, AMB, production reactors. Reactor graphites grades GR-220, GR-280, EGP-6, GR-94, GRP-2-125 were used for this reactors construction. Some grades of new graphites were developed on the Russian HTGR program such as GR-1 showing best radiation stability. About 20 reactors were stopped due to exhaust of cladding recourses and/or metalwork structures and other reactor systems. Production reactors (AI, AD, AV types) graphite claddings must be dismounting but at the present time this work is in preliminary study stage. These reactors will not be demolished during 30 years. The waste recovery program is developing now. There are two possible ways to reclaim graphite products: to burn in special furnaces; to keep them in containers under special preserve compound. At the same time it is very important to define the impurities in graphite claddings half-life in order to determine minimal period before its processing and conservation. (author)

  5. Art painting Data Collection

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    Martinez Saez, Jodi

    2011-01-01

    The classification of Art painting images is a computer vision applications that is growing considerably. The goal of this technology, is to classify an art painting image automatically, in terms of artistic style, technique used, or its author. For this purpose, the image is analyzed extracting some visual features. Many articles related with these problems have been issued, but in general the proposed solutions are focused in a very specific field. In particular, algorithms a...

  6. The Puritan Art World

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    LaFountain, Jason David

    2013-01-01

    In this dissertation, I argue that the iconoclastic and anti-materialistic "art of living to God" is the central theoretical preoccupation of English and American Puritan intellectuals. I call attention to a wealth of previously unacknowledged writing about image, art, architecture, and form in Puritan literature, while highlighting how recent materialist analyses of Puritan culture have effectively obscured evidence of iconoclasm and anti-materialism in this milieu. In the first chapter, I e...

  7. Cerebro arte y creatividad

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    Brainsky, Simón; Guzmán Cervantes, Eugenia; Matallana, Diana; Montaña, Clemencia; Montañés, Patricia; Morales, Hernando de; Moreno Cardozo, Belén del Rocío; Morillo, Anibal; Pardo, Rodrigo; Rojas, Alejandro; Ruiz, Edwin

    2001-01-01

    En el seminario Cerebro, Arte y Creatividad, realizado en mayo del 2000, en la Universidad Nacional, cuyas conferencias hemos integrado en este libro, hemos querido aproximamos a diversas manifestaciones del arte, diversas variedades de creatividad, desde la perspectiva de las funciones cerebrales y desde la perspectiva de los principios psicológicos que gobiernan la actividad creativa. Se explora cómo los hallazgos relativos al funcionamiento y especialización funcional de los hemisferi...

  8. The art of consultation

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    Kulwant S Bhangoo

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Sophisticated marketing and practice-enhancing strategies can help bring patients to a surgeon′s practice. However, the ability to retain these patients and also convert the consultations into surgical procedures depends on the art of consultation. This very important aspect of clinical practice is seldom taught in the medical school. In this paper, the author discusses many aspects of the art of consultation, which he has learned in his practice over the years.

  9. The uses of art

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    Eriksson, Birgit

    2011-01-01

    In recent years aesthetics and cosmopolitanism has been linked in new ways. On the one hand contemporary research in sociology of art appears to indicate an increasing openness and a potential cosmopolitanism in aesthetic taste and consumption. On the other hand aesthetic concepts and ideals play...... social implications of the apparent new openness. Does it indicate an increasing tolerance and commonality? Or does it rather point towards a new and more individualized understanding of the social function and legitimacy of art?...

  10. THE ART OF ALMODOVAR

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    Ana Costa

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper works with the art of the film director Pedro Almodóvar, using the concepts of feminine and Baroque. The concept of feminine is in the duplication of hysteria in different films, as well as its relation with distinct joys. The relation with joy makes an approach to the Baroque art, as a possible expression to the enjoyment body.

  11. The art of reconstruction

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    Healey, Michael; Esson, Michael

    2011-01-01

    The ‘Art of Reconstruction Research Project’ is where re-skilling of plastic surgeons by artists is already in an embryonic phase. In integrating the required network of associated skills, expertise and experience, the research collaboration brings together artists within The Drawing Research Group of The Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design (AAD) and the distinguished work of Professor Mike Esson, Director, The International Drawing Research Institute (IDRI). Th...

  12. The Experimental Art School

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    Ørum, Tania

    2014-01-01

    The article describes the Experimental Art School from its early beginnings, its development from formal experiments to political action, the question of gender and politics, and the power of the self-organised......The article describes the Experimental Art School from its early beginnings, its development from formal experiments to political action, the question of gender and politics, and the power of the self-organised...

  13. ‘Canonization in early twentieth-century Chinese art history’

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    Guo Hui

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available Since the 1980s, the discussion of canons has been a dominant theme in the discipline of Western art history. Various concerns have emerged regarding ‘questions of artistic judgment’, ‘the history genesis of masterpieces’, ‘variations in taste’, ‘the social instruments of canonicity’, and ‘how canons disappear’. Western art historians have considered how the canon’s appearance in Western visual art embodies aesthetic, ideological, cultural, social, and symbolic values. In Chinese art history, the idea of a canon including masterpieces, important artists, and forms of art, dates back to the mid ninth century when Zhang Yanyuan wrote his painting history Record of Famous Painters of All the Dynasties. Faced with quite different political, economic, and social conditions amid the instability of the early twentieth century, Chinese scholars attempted to discover new canons for cultural orthodoxy and authority. Modern means for canonization, such as museums and exhibition displays, cultural and academic institutions, and massive art publications with image reproduction in good quality, brought the process up to an unprecedented speed. It is true that most of these means have comparable counterparts in pre-modern times. However, their enormous scope and overwhelming influence are far beyond the reach of their imperial counterparts. Through an inter-textual reading of the publications on Chinese art history in early twentieth-century China, this paper explores the transformation of canons in order to shed light on why and how canonical formation happened during the Republican period of China. Despite the diverse styles and strategies which Chinese writers used in their narratives, Chinese art historical books produced during the Republican period canonized and de-canonized artworks. In this paper, the discussion of these texts, with reference to other art historical works, comprises three parts: 1 canon formation of artistic forms

  14. The art framework

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    Green, C.; Kowalkowski, J.; Paterno, M.; Fischler, M.; Garren, L.; Lu, Q.

    2012-12-01

    Future “Intensity Frontier” experiments at Fermilab are likely to be conducted by smaller collaborations, with fewer scientists, than is the case for recent “Energy Frontier” experiments. art is a C++ event-processing framework designed with the needs of such experiments in mind. An evolution from the framework of the CMS experiment, art was designed and implemented to be usable by multiple experiments without imposing undue maintenance effort requirements on either the art developers or experiments using it. We describe the key requirements and features of art and the rationale behind evolutionary changes, additions and simplifications with respect to the CMS framework. In addition, our package distribution system and our collaborative model with respect to the multiple experiments using art helps keep the maintenance burden low. We also describe in-progress and future enhancements to the framework, including strategies we are using to allow multi-threaded use of the art framework in today's multi- and many-core environments.

  15. The CEO Art Museum Director: Business as Usual?

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    Jennifer A. Donnelly

    2011-01-01

    This essay explores the evolving relationship between art historical expertise and business and administration skills amongst art museum directors in the United States. The first part assesses the profiles of current museum leaders through the lens of “art” and “business” responsibilities and knowledge. The second part studies the development of the profession in the United States in order to place today’s trends into a broader historical context. The juxtaposition of contemporary and histori...

  16. The Embodiment of Color in Ancient Mediterranean Art

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    Stager, Jennifer Margaret Simmons

    2012-01-01

    AbstractThe Embodiment of Color in Ancient Mediterranean ArtbyJennifer Margaret Simmons StagerDoctor of Philosophy in History of ArtUniversity of California, BerkeleyProfessor Andrew F. Stewart, ChairThe polychromy of ancient Mediterranean art is an issue with which scholars have grappled for centuries. The fugitive nature of many pigments coupled with a classicizing taste for the stripped antique fragment have contributed to a fictional narrative that contradicts the material and textual rec...

  17. State Arts Agency Fact Sheet: Support for Arts Education

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    Online Submission, 2015

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    This national overview of state arts agency grants and services for arts education includes summary statistics and geographic distribution. The fact sheet uses data from Final Descriptive Reports of state arts agency grant-making activities submitted annually to the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA) and the National Endowment for…

  18. Study on Teng Gu and Art of the Han Dynasty: the Cultural Causes of the Stone Carving and Stone Relief of Han Dynasty

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    2011-01-01

    As the representative figure of the new science history in the Re- publican period of China, Teng Gu made an outstanding contribution to the methodology of the western history of art spreading eastward and the research on Chinese history of art. His prima

  19. Graffiti, Street Art, Urban Art: Terminological Problems and Generic Properties

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    Radosevic, Lliljana

    2013-01-01

    In the last ten years, street art has become a very important factor in the international art scene. It has become a precious object to buy and preserve, and yet there is considerable confusion about the generic properties and definition of street art in academic research. As a rightful part of popular culture and urban culture, street art is not pure and independent. It intertwines with different art forms and urban subcultures and nurtures spin-off production. Therefore it is...

  20. Vision, eye disease, and art: 2015 Keeler Lecture.

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    Marmor, M F

    2016-02-01

    The purpose of this study was to examine normal vision and eye disease in relation to art. Ophthalmology cannot explain art, but vision is a tool for artists and its normal and abnormal characteristics may influence what an artist can do. The retina codes for contrast, and the impact of this is evident throughout art history from Asian brush painting, to Renaissance chiaroscuro, to Op Art. Art exists, and can portray day or night, only because of the way retina adjusts to light. Color processing is complex, but artists have exploited it to create shimmer (Seurat, Op Art), or to disconnect color from form (fauvists, expressionists, Andy Warhol). It is hazardous to diagnose eye disease from an artist's work, because artists have license to create as they wish. El Greco was not astigmatic; Monet was not myopic; Turner did not have cataracts. But when eye disease is documented, the effects can be analyzed. Color-blind artists limit their palette to ambers and blues, and avoid greens. Dense brown cataracts destroy color distinctions, and Monet's late canvases (before surgery) showed strange and intense uses of color. Degas had failing vision for 40 years, and his pastels grew coarser and coarser. He may have continued working because his blurred vision smoothed over the rough work. This paper can barely touch upon the complexity of either vision or art. However, it demonstrates some ways in which understanding vision and eye disease give insight into art, and thereby an appreciation of both art and ophthalmology. PMID:26563659

  1. Outcomes of Universal Access to Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) in Georgia

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    Carlos del Rio; Jack DeHovitz; Kenrad Nelson; Akaki Abutidze; Pati Gabunia; Natia Dvali; Otar Chokoshvili; Nikoloz Chkhartishvili; Lali Sharvadze; Tengiz Tsertsvadze

    2011-01-01

    Since 2004, Georgia achieved universal access to free antiretroviral therapy (ART). A retrospective cohort study was conducted to evaluate the outcomes of Georgia's ART program. The study included adult patients enrolled in the ART program from 2004 through 2009. Of 752 patients, 76% were men, 60% were injection drug users (IDU), 59% had a history of an AIDS-defining illness, and 53% were coinfected with hepatitis C. The median baseline CD4 cell count was 141 cells/mm3. During followup, 152 (...

  2. 2008 Arts Education Assessment Framework

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    2008-01-01

    The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) for the arts measures students' knowledge and skills in creating, performing, and responding to works of music, theatre, and visual arts. This framework document asserts that dance, music, theatre and the visual arts are important parts of a full education. When students engage in the arts,…

  3. Creativity and folk art

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    Glaveanu, Vlad Petre

    2013-01-01

    This article explores creativity in craftwork using the case of Easter egg decoration, a folk art chosen for its traditional roots and diversity of artistic outcomes. This research contributes to the literature at (a) a theoretical level, by conceptualizing a pragmatist-inspired framework of...... creative activity; (b) a methodological level, by using, beside observation and interview, subjective cameras to record activity; and (c) an empirical level, considering the fact that creativity in folk art has often been a neglected topic. A total of 20 egg decorators of various ages from the village of...... style, and creative identity. In the end, an understanding of “micro” moments of creativity in craft is achieved, which can help us rethink the relation between tradition and creativity and between folk and fine art....

  4. Art for All

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    Aksinja Kermauner

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available The aim of spatial planning on the principles of “design for all” is to ensure that every individual, regardless of obstacle, can participate in the information society. It combines the principles of how as many people as possible could use products, services and systems without adjusting them. Why should we not transfer the concept of “design for all” also to other areas, such as the field of art? In this article we consider how a work of art, especially a two-dimensional one, could be adapted for blind or visually impaired visitors of a gallery or to a museum, and list what has already been done in this area. We also describe a textbook for teaching fine arts, adapted for blind and partially sighted students.

  5. Is art a

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    Fabienne Crettaz von Roten

    2007-09-01

    Full Text Available This paper relates to a special case of science-society mediation set up during the Science et Cité festival 2005. This national event took place in about twenty cities in Switzerland to promote a closer cooperation between science and society via art (theatre, music, dance, exhibitions, cinema, etc., in order to reach the population at large. Results on the profile of the public, the role played by the cultural institutions involved, the motives of the visitors and the role of art in the science-society dialogue show that the goals aimed at by the festival's organisers were only partially reached. Moreover, the analyses shed light on the complex relation between art, science and society in public understanding of science activities.

  6. Martial arts club

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    2014-01-01

    Kashima no Tachi Kenjutsu (KTK) – The Art of the Japanese Sabre For the fourth year the CERN Martial Arts Club organises courses of kenjutsu or art of the Japanese sabre. The classes are given by Gildo Mezzo, 6th Dan of the Tokyo Aikikai and responsible for Switzerland of the school Kashima no Tachi (the Sabre of Kashima), and his senior students. Regular visits of Masters from Japan and other countries are also organized. The Kashima School is a traditional Japanese school dating back to the 16th century Japan. The school can be practiced by all, without distinctions. The kenjutsu, educational discipline by definition, allows practitioners to fully express themselves. From initiation to advanced trainings, you are taught during the practice progression how to master your body, the rhythm, the attitude, the coordination of movements and spatial displacements. It's the discovery of the technical principles of the school through the study of dynamics, contact and balance. The courses take...

  7. Arte publico / Espacios abiertos

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    Salgado de la Rosa, María Asunción

    2002-01-01

    En la búsqueda de los puntos en común que aproximan el arte al espacio en el que este se sitúa, una vez que los vínculos que antaño unían el arte a la arquitectura como soporte imprescindible, atraviesan un estado de crisis, el hecho de la extensión del objeto artístico fuera de los límites físicos impuestos por el espacio de los museos y las galerías, plantea un nuevo debate acerca de la adecuación de los lugares, que en los últimos tiempos se destinan a contenerlo. Si nos centramos en re...

  8. Arts-in-Business

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    Darsø, Lotte

    2002-01-01

    could bring forth new learning opportunities. The goal is to map the field, to develop new theory and to share the learning with our partners and networks. This paper proposes a theoretical framework of four categories of Arts-in-Business: "Metaphors", "Capabilities", "Events", and "Products". The main......Innovative Research in Management. The 2nd European Academy of Management (EURAM) Conference, Stockholm (Sweden). 2002 Short description: This positioning paper proposes a theoretical framework of four categories of Arts-in-Business. The main idea is to examine cases in relation to this model and...... to identify interesting trajectories of learning. Abstract: The Arts are being applied in business settings in new ways that give rise to a research field in the making. Learning Lab Denmark wants to contribute to this emerging field by identifying, examining and analysing international cases that...

  9. Les Premieres Recherches de Vincenc Kramář en histoire de l'art: entre architecture gothique et théorie de l'art

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    Sadílková, Pavla

    Paris : Réunion des musées nationaux, 2002 - (Claverie, J.; Klein, H.; Lahoda, V.; Uhrová, O.), s. 140-146 ISBN 2-7118-4410-2 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z8033913 Keywords : history of art * methodology * Neo-Gothic Subject RIV: AL - Art, Architecture, Cultural Heritage

  10. Art Integration and Cognitive Development

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    Baker, Dawn

    2013-01-01

    The arts have long been valued for their aesthetic contributions to education, and studies have been conducted to demonstrate their contribution to academic performance in an attempt to justify their inclusion in the curriculum. Art integration involves learning core content subjects (math, reading, language, science, social studies) through the arts (drama, dance, music, visual arts). The focus of this qualitative pilot study was to examine and describe how the arts are integrated with curri...

  11. PulsArt

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    Fritsch, Jonas; Fogtmann, Maiken Hillerup; Sommer, Henrik

    2005-01-01

    Recent years have seen a growing interest in considering the domestic household as a new and important domain for interaction design. In this paper we present pulsArt - a physical and digital installation designed for the home to represent different family members’ level of activity by water...... running down blocks of salt based on a real-time reading of the individual family member’s pulse. We describe how pulsArt explores novel ways of looking at the interaction between the physical, the social and the technological and how it acts as a context-aware artefact, amplifying the domestic setting to...

  12. 9/11 Art

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    Nadja Bering Ovesen, Maj Winther Møller; Ida Løwenstein Holmen, Julie Stigsen; Irina Postelnicu, Michael Schulz

    2013-01-01

    This project aims to investigate the reasons behind the censoring of five art pieces inspired by the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001. The key issue in this project is to determine which psychological aspects came into play when the nation was struck by the traumatic event. This is done with the use of psychodynamic psychotherapy and the analysis of group trauma. Furthermore by examining the aesthetics and sociology of art, as well as the media’s coverage of events, it is discus...

  13. Art and the Mind

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    Various

    2003-01-01

    Works of art are cognitive devices aimed at the production of rich cognitive effects. Thus it can be argued, in the light of what is known about human cognition, that aesthetic experience is a by-product of the exercise of more fundamental cognitive faculties such as perception and imagination. Works of art, on this view, are never grasped directly. Rather, in an aesthetic experience, a subject directly perceives a certain object or event (a canvas, a display of pixels, a series of sounds), a...

  14. Is art a

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    Fabienne Crettaz von Roten; Olivier Moeschler

    2007-01-01

    This paper relates to a special case of science-society mediation set up during the Science et Cité festival 2005. This national event took place in about twenty cities in Switzerland to promote a closer cooperation between science and society via art (theatre, music, dance, exhibitions, cinema, etc.), in order to reach the population at large. Results on the profile of the public, the role played by the cultural institutions involved, the motives of the visitors and the role of art in the sc...

  15. Mercado Artes y Oficios

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    MIGUEL NOGUERA, ROCIO DE

    2015-01-01

    Proyecto de un mercado de las artes y oficios. Los dos aspectos más importantes son la producción y la exposición, ambos vinculados a la venta. La escuela de artes y oficiose está vinculada a la formación de artistas y, a la vez, a la producción. El proyecto se estructura en tres bandas. La primera de ellas está destinada a la exposición de obras y está vinculada directamente a un antiguo gasómetro, hito preexistente, que se usa como sala polivalente. La segunda banda es la centra...

  16. Art/Net/Work

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    Andersen, Christian Ulrik; Lindstrøm, Hanne

    2006-01-01

    on the ‘network’ itself as a phenomenon and are often using technological networks as a mean of production and distribution. This changes the artistic practice and the distribution channels of art works – and the traditional notions of ‘work’, ‘origin’ and ‘rights’ are increasingly perceived as......The seminar Art|Net|Work deals with two important changes in our culture. On one side, the network has become essential in the latest technological development. The Internet has entered a new phase, Web 2.0, including the occurrence of as ‘Wiki’s’, ‘Peer-2-Peer’ distribution, user controlled...

  17. Robotic Art for Wearable

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    Lund, Henrik Hautop; Pagliarini, Luigi

    2010-01-01

    We present the robot art and how it may inspire to create a new type of wearable termed modular robotic wearable. Differently from the related works, modular robotic wearable aims at making no use of mechatronic devices (as, for example, in Cyberpunk and related research branches) and mostly relies...... functions - in most of the cases strongly rigid, cabled and centralized - through the use of local sensing circuits. It is exemplified here with the early prototype art work called Fatherboard, and the concept is believed to be applicable to different application fields, such as sport, health...

  18. La interactividad como arte

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    Ignacio Vázquez Zapata

    2015-02-01

    Full Text Available Desde los inicios del siglo XX la tecnología ha tenido una influencia creciente sobre la actividad artística y la expresión creativa. En la era digital la  interactividad ha abierto a muchos artistas y técnicos la posibilidad de realizar obras en las que la interactividad constituye el componente fundamental de la obra. Los principios que determinan este tipo de relación entre artista y espectador tienen que ver con las posibilidades tecnológicas pero también con la forma en que contemplamos la obra de arte.

  19. The Art of Life: An Ancient Idea and Its Survival

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    Tieleman, Teun

    2008-06-01

    Full Text Available Teun Tieleman (UCLA / Utrecht University surveys the history of the philosophical notion of the ‘art of life’, starting from its originator Socrates and his ancient successors down to its role among present-day philosophers. Apart from Socrates, special attention is given to the Stoics, Nietzsche and Foucault. The way in which the notion was (redefined and functioned throughout the history of philosophy reveals an exceptionally fruitful interplay between continuity and originality.

  20. Digital Libraries for Biodiversity and Natural History Collections

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    Ruiz, Miguel; Kramer-Duffield, Jacob; Greenberg, Jane; Hall, Nathan

    2010-01-01

    5 p. This panel aims to discuss the importance of creating digital libraries for biodiversity and natural history collections, the state of the art in terms of standards, best practices and the challenges that natural history museums and herbaria face when trying to digitize their collections, and the creation and management of personal digital libraries for botanical learning.

  1. Antropologia, Arte e Sociedade

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    Cole, Ariane; Ribeiro, José da Silva

    2012-01-01

    Antropologia, Arte, Sociedade reúne uma seleção de artigos apresentados no 7º Seminário internacional Imagens da Cultura / Cultura das Imagens, realizado em São Paulo em 2011, centrando-se este volume em dois temas gerais principais: cultura visual e sonora e Cinema e Sociedade.

  2. The Art of Reconciliation

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    Petersson, Dag

    2013-01-01

    Bogen er en afhandling om fotografiets metaforik i moderne dialektik. Problemet om dialektikkens begyndelse og etik særbehandles. Der påvises hvordan lysets mediering af uendelighedens indhold gives form ved en æstetisering, en art skriftliggørelse af det religiøse, hvilket er af betydning for...

  3. Art Means a Lot

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    Almanzar, Victor B.

    2013-01-01

    The author, Victor B. Almanzar, reports on his introduction to the arts while growing up in New York as a young teenager. He felt like an outcast from society due to his language barrier and numerous ethnic groups different from his. He became involved with other students who, like himself, were harassed and suffered from bullying due to their…

  4. Reis Siberisse / Art Leete

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    1994. aastal viibisid Tjumeni oblastis Jamali-Neenetsi ringkonnas välitöödel Eesti Keele Instituudi teadustöötaja Triinu Ojamaa ja Eesti Rahva Muuseumi arhivaar Art Leete. Läbitud asulate ja kohatud asukate kirjeldused

  5. Contemporary Art from Denmark

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    Bonde, Lisbeth

    Danish contemporary art is currently expanding bot quantitatively and qualitatively to such a degree that we can speak of a new Danish Golden Age. The article introduces some of the most interesting, Danish contemporary artists which are being exposed at the exhibition in the European Central Bank...

  6. Another Attitude Towards Art

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    XIAOXIN

    2005-01-01

    PAINTING is a relatively mature medium among China's contemporary arts. This is apparent in the recreation of Western realism into a language of imagery that emantes from the emotions engendered by life's realities. This, mode of visual expression compares with classical Chinese poetry, whose images are framed in real emotion. Song Yonghong's paintings exemplify this mode of imagery language.

  7. Art for the Ages.

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    Casazza, Ornella; Franchi, Paolo

    1985-01-01

    Description of encoding of art works and digitization of paintings to preserve and restore them reviews experiments which used chromatic selection and abstraction as a painting restoration method. This method utilizes the numeric processing resulting from digitization to restore a painting and computer simulation to shorten the restoration…

  8. Art and Psychosis

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    Sarafis P.

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Aim: The interpretation of the special paint language of psychotics in order to understand of what he couldcommunicate and the way he shows his urge to build again reality, compose his ego again and to verify the fears andthreats that he feels. The purpose of this literature review is to investigate the ways that mental health nursing can useexpression through art therapeutically in order to lead to catharsis. Material-Method: a bibliographic review isattempted for the therapeutic implications and approaches of mental health nursing using art. The literature reviewwas carried out in a systematic way in electronic databases, but also through number of books and articles in Greekand international psychiatric and medical periodicals.Results: Art therapy offers a mirror to the feelings and thoughts.Giving format in sentiments through the image is a step towards achieving control over them. Art is a dialect of a greatvalue that could be used to transfer sometimes the unexespressed and to transmit vibrations and tragedies of thedepth of human life.Conclusions: This bibliographic review will lead mental health nurses to discover new ways ofcommunication and to enrich their capabilities to provide holistic, qualitative, individual care in mental patient. Arthelps person to find new solutions and gives life to the dead energy in order internal feelings and individualexperiences to be expressed to the outside world.

  9. We [Heart] Art!

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    Castellanos, Dalina

    2011-01-01

    The passage of the No Child Left Behind law in 2001, which measures student achievement based on English and math scores, has pressured schools to cut the arts. A 2006 survey by the Center on Education Policy found that 44 percent of school districts had increased time for English and math while cutting time for other subjects. And a follow-up…

  10. Queering Art Teacher Education

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    Cosier, Kimberly; Sanders, James H., III

    2007-01-01

    This article sounds a call to action and addresses the challenges of creating inclusive, queer-affirming art teacher education curricula. We examine such challenges through case study vignettes of our varied US university settings and explore the perils of teaching in an increasingly queer-hostile culture. Strategies are given for avoiding attacks…

  11. Art, Pedagogy and Dyslexia

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    Hickman, Richard; Brens, Madeleine

    2014-01-01

    This article presents exploratory research examining the strategies employed by art teachers who identify as dyslexic. The study originated out of the personal interest of the researchers better to understand the strategies for learning used by teachers with dyslexia and the potential influence it has on their pedagogy. The question that this…

  12. Art, Philosophy, and Business

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    Monthoux, Pierre Guillet de

    2015-01-01

    -Saxon publication radar, of people and platforms favoring un-scholastic scholarship where art and philosophy perform reality-checks. Such scholarship shares the ambitions of “speculative philosophy” turning away from “speculative fiction” preaching and defending preconceived ideals. A recent Carnegie Report...

  13. The Art of Camouflage

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    Martin, Rebecca

    2010-01-01

    The zoo is a favorite field trip destination for young students. This lesson was created for use before their excursion to increase their awareness of camouflage as a pattern design in animals. In this article, the author describes how her students made an art project on camouflage. (Contains 1 online resource.)

  14. Art and Endometriosis.

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    Berstein, Jane C.

    1995-01-01

    Relation of an art therapist's personal story concerning her struggle to overcome endometriosis, and how her artwork has played a vital role in coping with the disease. Illustrated with a chronology of artwork produced during a bout with the illness. (JPS)

  15. Virtual art revisited

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    Ruzanka, S.

    2014-02-01

    Virtual reality art at the turn of the millenium saw an explosion of creative exploration around this nascent technoloy. Though VR art has much in common with media art in general, the affordances of the technology gave rise to unique experiences, discourses, and artistic investigations. Women artists were at the forefront of the medium, shaping its aesthetic and technical development, and VR fostered a range of artistic concerns and experimentation that was largely distinct from closely related forms such as digital games. Today, a new wave of consumer technologies including 3D TV's, gestural and motion tracking interfaces, and headmount displays as viable, low-cost gaming peripherals drives a resurgence in interest in VR for interactive art and entertainment. Designers, game developers, and artists working with these technologies are in many cases discovering them anew. This paper explores ways of reconnecting this current moment in VR with its past. Can the artistic investigations begun in previous waves of VR be continued? How do the similarities and differences in contexts, communities, technologies, and discourses affect the development of the medium?

  16. Chimera: Experiencing Language Arts.

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    Paul, Rebecca K.

    1991-01-01

    Describes the production of a dramatic musical, Chimera: A Journey to Redoubtia, at Chapman Elementary School in Anchor Point, Alaska. Student participation in the project, and students' rewards from participation, are detailed. Benefits of the integration of dramatics into the language arts curriculum are listed. (BB)

  17. Robotics and Industrial Arts.

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    Edmison, Glenn A.; And Others

    Robots are becoming increasingly common in American industry. By l990, they will revolutionize the way industry functions, replacing hundreds of workers and doing hot, dirty jobs better and more quickly than the workers could have done them. Robotics should be taught in high school industrial arts programs as a major curriculum component. The…

  18. [Personal motif in art].

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    Gerevich, József

    2015-01-01

    One of the basic questions of the art psychology is whether a personal motif is to be found behind works of art and if so, how openly or indirectly it appears in the work itself. Analysis of examples and documents from the fine arts and literature allow us to conclude that the personal motif that can be identified by the viewer through symbols, at times easily at others with more difficulty, gives an emotional plus to the artistic product. The personal motif may be found in traumatic experiences, in communication to the model or with other emotionally important persons (mourning, disappointment, revenge, hatred, rivalry, revolt etc.), in self-searching, or self-analysis. The emotions are expressed in artistic activity either directly or indirectly. The intention nourished by the artist's identity (Kunstwollen) may stand in the way of spontaneous self-expression, channelling it into hidden paths. Under the influence of certain circumstances, the artist may arouse in the viewer, consciously or unconsciously, an illusionary, misleading image of himself. An examination of the personal motif is one of the important research areas of art therapy. PMID:26202617

  19. The Art Machine.

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    Vertelney, Harry; Grossberger, Lucia

    1983-01-01

    Introduces educators to possibilities of computer graphics using an inexpensive computer system which takes advantage of existing equipment (35mm camera, super 8 movie camera, VHS video cassette recorder). The concept of the "art machine" is explained, highlighting input and output devices (X-Y plotter, graphic tablets, video digitizers). (EJS)

  20. When science inspires art

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    Anaïs Vernède

    2011-01-01

    On Tuesday 18 January 2011, artist Pipilotti Rist came to CERN to find out how science could provide her with a source of inspiration for her art and perhaps to get ideas for future work. Pipilotti, who is an eclectic artist always on the lookout for an original source of inspiration, is almost as passionate about physics as she is about art.   Ever Is Over All, 1997, audio video installation by Pipilotti Rist.  View of the installation at the National Museum for Foreign Art, Sofia, Bulgaria. © Pipilotti Rist. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo by Angel Tzvetanov. Swiss video-maker Pipilotti Rist (her real name is Elisabeth Charlotte Rist), who is well-known in the international art world for her highly colourful videos and creations, visited CERN for the first time on Tuesday 18 January 2011.  Her visit represented a trip down memory lane, since she originally studied physics before becoming interested in pursuing a career as an artist and going on to de...

  1. Gombrich, Art and Psychoanalysis

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    Stefano Ferrari

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Gombrich has always shown particular attention to the psychology of art as psychology of representation (and enjoyment of art. In addition, through his friendship with Ernst Kris, who had been a respected art historian in the staff of the Kunsthisthoriches Museum in Vienna before becoming an important psychoanalyst, Gombrich devoted some fundamental essays on the contribution of psychoanalysis to the study of art. The main novelty and the most original feature of his contribution to this field (and which cannot easily be differentiated in general theoretical terms from that of Kris lies in his focus on Freud’s theories on jokes and in his adherence to the concept of ‘controlled regression in the service of the ego’, introduced by so-called ego psychology . This allowed Gombrich not only to highlight a perfect relationship between Freud’s theoretical thinking and his conservative attitude in the field of aesthetics, but also to use psychoanalysis to underline the historical and cultural character of the processes of representation and enjoyment.

  2. ART 125 UOP course/uophelp

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    uophelp

    2015-01-01

    For more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com   ART 125 Week 1 Individual Assignment Pop Culture and the Arts Paper ART 125 Week 2 Individual Assignment Trends Paper ART 125 Week 3 Individual Assignment Globalization of Art and Pop Culture ART 125 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment Ethical Issues in Art and Popular Culture Outline ART 125 Week 4 Individual Assignment Print Art and Advertising Paper ART 125 Week 5 Individual Assignment Electronic Media Effec...

  3. ART 125 UOP Course Tutorial / Tutorialrank

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    charles

    2015-01-01

    For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com ART 125 Week 1 Individual Assignment Pop Culture and the Arts Paper (UOP Course) ART 125 Week 2 Individual Assignment Trends Paper (Uop Course) ART 125 Week 3 Individual Assignment Globalization of Art and Pop Culture (UOP COURSE) ART 125 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment Ethical Issues in Art and Popular Culture Outline (UOP Course) ART 125 Week 4 Individual Assignment Print Art and Advertising Paper (UOP Course) ART 1...

  4. CURATORIAL PRACTICES IN THE MODERN ART ENVIRONMENT

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    Cagatay AKENGIN

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available The curatorship has become a profession in the visual art field during the period from 1960s to today. In this context, it is aimed to explain the development of curatorship and job description of it which is/is tried to be imposed to it as well as the history of curatorship. A reflection of social and political events by the end of 1960s, of course, showed itself in the artistic events. It was started to be questioned the positions of institutions such as museum and gallery through or via different movements occurred during those periods. When it is examined in the processual aspect, the new and alternative searches have been initiated and thus, the profession, curatorship, was subjected to a change. In the scope of this change, it is observed that the curatorship is transformed into a creating field in the visual art through the important exhibitions.

  5. AstroArts

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    De Paulis, D.

    2014-04-01

    AstroArts is the international, online cultural platform of Astronomers Without Borders (AWB). Cofounded in 2012 by visual artist Daniela de Paulis (IT/NL) and astronomer Thilina Heenatigala (Sri Lanka), AstroArts features creative works inspired by astronomy . AstroArts is an international initiative - lead by professionals working in different fields - and includes the 'guest artist of the month' and the Global Astronomy Month programmes. For the 'guest of the month', we feature one artist through a series of weekly blog posts and a Google Hangout on the last week of each month. The Hangout usually includes guests from several of the AWB ongoing programmes, together with the artist, in order to foster collaboration and interdisciplinary discussion. The 'guest of the month' programme is currently expanding to include a virtual residency initiative, which will allow one artist at the time to develop a project in collaboration with scientists affiliated with the AWB network. The projects developed as part of the virtual residency will foster global participation, making the most of online resources. Global Astronomy Month (GAM) is the most popular project of Astronomers Without Borders: founded in 2009 as a follow up of the International Year of Astronomy, GAM is a global platform for astronomy related events that take place every year in April. During GAM, AstroArts is widely featured through online panel discussions with artists and scientists, live film screenings and live performances, often especially designed for web streaming. More information on AstroArts can be found on: http://astronomerswithoutborders.org/news.htm

  6. Can music progress?: Reflections on the history of popular music

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    Frit Sajmon

    2007-01-01

    This paper considers schematically the various discourses through which popular music history is understood. My proposal is that five accounts of musical history (the business model, the musicological model, the sociological model, the historical model and the art history model) are commonly deployed in popular music discourse. One implies, superficially at least, that popular music evolves, gets better; four implies that, at least in the longer term, it does not. The concept of ′progress′ is...

  7. Portable x-ray fluorescence spectrometer for Works of art

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    X-ray fluorescence is an analytical technique of prier importance in archaeometry, for restoration and art history investigation; it is because of non-destructive and multi-elemental character of the analysis simplicity and high speed of operation, ability to produce immediate analytical results for the objects, which can neither be sampled nor removed to the laboratory Recent advances in X-ray tubes, X-ray detectors and electronic provided an opportunity to produce portable high resolution XRF spectrometers characterized by a good reliability and analytical performance; in this paper a prototype portable XRF spectrometer based on a small size, low power X-ray tube and a thermometrically cooled Si-Pin detector is described. The spectrometer provides a possibility for direct and secondary target excitation geometry use of proper secondary target and filter and size adjustment of the primary photon bean by using a set of different beam collimators; the portable XRF spectrometer was successfully applied to study art objects in the Art History Museum in Vienna, including such objects as old master paintings bronze and brass alloys of antique as well as Renaissance objects and silver/copper coins produced at different locations. Quantitative and Quantitative analysis were amedee depending of the curator questions and discussed from the point of view of art History. The importance of the results for restoration and authentification of the art objects is also emphasized

  8. THE INTUITIVE CONCEPT OF ART

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    Pignocchi, Alessandro

    2012-01-01

    A great deal of work in analytic philosophy of art is related to defining what counts as art. So far, cognitive approaches to art have almost entirely ignored this literature. In this paper I discuss the role of intuition in analytic philosophy of art, to show how an empirical research program on art could take advantage of existing work in analytic philosophy. I suggest that the first step of this research program should be to understand how people intuitively categorize something as art. Dr...

  9. Art is not what you think it is (but we can approach it through the Art Matrix’. Review of: Donald Preziosi and Claire Farago, Art is Not What You Think It Is. Wiley-Blackwell, 2012

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    Ian Verstegen

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available This review discusses Art is Not What You Think It Is, from the Wiley-Blackwell manifesto series. It focuses not only on the arguments about the presumed ideas about art – the sole maker of objects with unified content – but especially on the ‘art matrix’ that the authors propose to portray the shifting numerical and temporal elements linking makers and objects through forces of creation. The contribution of the authors is contrasted to the relative neglect of semiotics in art history and proposed as a good model to overcome apparent aporias in the field.

  10. Art is not what you think it is (but we can approach it through the Art Matrix)’. Review of: Donald Preziosi and Claire Farago, Art is Not What You Think It Is. Wiley-Blackwell, 2012

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    Ian Verstegen

    2013-01-01

    This review discusses Art is Not What You Think It Is, from the Wiley-Blackwell manifesto series. It focuses not only on the arguments about the presumed ideas about art – the sole maker of objects with unified content – but especially on the ‘art matrix’ that the authors propose to portray the shifting numerical and temporal elements linking makers and objects through forces of creation. The contribution of the authors is contrasted to the relative neglect of semiotics in art history and pro...

  11. Art in Science: Selections from Emerging Infectious Diseases

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    2014-02-12

    Polyxeni Potter, retired managing editor of the Emerging Infectious Diseases journal, discusses the history of the journal and her new book, Art in Science: Selections from Emerging Infectious Diseases.  Created: 2/12/2014 by National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID).   Date Released: 2/13/2014.

  12. Research Ethics: Institutional Review Board Oversight of Art Therapy Research

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    Deaver, Sarah P.

    2011-01-01

    By having their research proposals reviewed and approved by Institutional Review Boards (IRBs), art therapists meet important ethical principles regarding responsibility to research participants. This article provides an overview of the history of human subjects protections in the United States; underlying ethical principles and their application…

  13. The importance of social sciences in interdisciplinary study of art

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    Gavrić Goran

    2015-01-01

    This paper discusses the partucular scopes of history, philosophy, sociology, geography, anthropology, and psychology in the interpretation of certain artistic phenomena. At the same time, there are possibilities for connecting their results into a consistent, paraconsistent comprehensive multidisciplinary interpretation, and especially the reality of that interpretation in relation to theoretically recognizable elements of art and composition of artistic w...

  14. Papermaking and Poetry. ArtsEdge Curricula, Lessons and Activities.

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    Withroe, J.

    In this lesson, designed to be taught within a unit on China, primary-grade students will learn about the history of papermaking and its origins in China and even learn how to make their own paper. After learning about Chinese art and culture in the lesson, students will write their own "cinquain" poem about China. The lesson presents an overview;…

  15. Russian Iconography: Russia's Contribution to the Art of Western Civilization.

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    Wagstaff, Jeri Lou

    This one- to three-week high school unit on Russian iconography was developed as part of a series by the Public Education Religion Studies Center at Wright State University. The unit can be incorporated into a larger unit on Russian literature, art, religion, or history. Four reasons for studying iconography are: 1) it is a splendid Russian art…

  16. Random Vibrations: Assessment of the State of the Art

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    Paez, T.L.

    1999-02-23

    Random vibration is the phenomenon wherein random excitation applied to a mechanical system induces random response. We summarize the state of the art in random vibration analysis and testing, commenting on history, linear and nonlinear analysis, the analysis of large-scale systems, and probabilistic structural testing.

  17. Critical Arts-Based Research in Education: Performing Undocumented Historias

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    Bagley, Carl; Castro-Salazar, Ricardo

    2012-01-01

    The article seeks to elucidate and academically position the genre of critical arts-based research in education. The article fuses Critical Race Theory (CRT), life history and performance, alongside work with undocumented American students of Mexican origin, to show how a politicised qualitative paradigmatic re envisioning can occur in which…

  18. Reuniting Art and Nature in the Life of the Child

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    Strauch-Nelson, Wendy

    2012-01-01

    Sometimes looking at the history of education can be a bit frustrating. Examination of the past is necessary, however, if people are to move forward responsibly for the sake of the child. In this article, the author examines the common ancestry of the kindergarten, art, and nature study. As the founder of the kindergarten, Friedrich Froebel played…

  19. ART 101 UOP course/uophelp

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    2015-01-01

    For more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com   ART 101 Week 1 CheckPoint Visual Literacy ART 101 Week 1 Assignment Reading Art Practicing Iconography ART 101 Week 2 CheckPoint Art and Intention ART 101 Week 2 DQ 1 and DQ 2 ART 101 Week 3 CheckPoint Analytical and Expressive Line ART 101 Week 3 Assignment Formal Analysis of Art ART 101 Week 4 CheckPoint Design Movements ART 101 Week 4 DQ 1 and DQ 2 ART 101 Week 5 CheckPoint Drawing ART 10...

  20. ART 101 Tutorials / uopart101dotcom

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    madhavi58

    2015-01-01

    ART 101 Entire Course For more course tutorials visit www.uopart101.com   ART 101 Week 1 CheckPoint Visual Literacy ART 101 Week 1 Assignment Reading Art Practicing Iconography ART 101 Week 2 CheckPoint Art and Intention ART 101 Week 2 DQ 1 and DQ 2 ART 101 Week 3 CheckPoint Analytical and Expressive Line ART 101 Week 3 Assignment Formal Analysis of Art ART 101 Week 4 CheckPoint Design Movements ART 101 Week 4 DQ 1 and DQ 2 ART 101 Week 5 C...

  1. ArtsBridge America: Bringing the Arts Back to School

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    Brouillette, Liane R.; Burns, Maureen A.

    2005-01-01

    This article examines the origin of ArtsBridge America, a K-12 school/university arts education partnership. It also summarizes findings from a research study on the effect that ArtsBridge participation had on a sample of university arts students. The study indicated that the transition from student to teaching artist required transformation of abstract procedural knowledge into a more flexible and fully assimilated performance capacity that could be adapted to a wide variety of situations....

  2. Analog circuit design art, science, and personalities

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    Williams, Jim

    1991-01-01

    Analog Circuit Design: Art, Science, and Personalities discusses the many approaches and styles in the practice of analog circuit design. The book is written in an informal yet informative manner, making it easily understandable to those new in the field. The selection covers the definition, history, current practice, and future direction of analog design; the practice proper; and the styles in analog circuit design. The book also includes the problems usually encountered in analog circuit design; approach to feedback loop design; and other different techniques and applications. The text is

  3. Dissolving the Boundaries: Postmodern Art and Art Therapy

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    Alter-Muri, Simone; Klein, Linda

    2007-01-01

    This brief report discusses the relevance of postmodern art to contemporary art therapy practice. Postmodernism is defined by art that breaks or blurs the boundaries between product and process, individual and group creation, and artist and viewer. A discussion of contemporary artists who use a postmodern framework, including Anselm Kiefer, Jenny…

  4. Advertising, Art, and Arts Education: An Uneasy Association.

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    Barton, Laurie

    1988-01-01

    Criticizes basing public relations efforts in art education unquestioningly upon the practices found in corporate advertising. Urges judicious use of public relations in the arts when applicable. Stresses careful application as the key to survival for the arts in a world dominated by economic and technological priorities. (KO)

  5. Mathematics and Martial Arts as Connected Art Forms

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    Hekimoglu, Serkan

    2010-01-01

    Parallels between martial arts and mathematics are explored. Misguided public perception of both disciplines, students' misconceptions, and the similarities between proofs and katas are among the striking commonalities between martial arts and mathematics. The author also reflects on what he has learned in his martial arts training, and how this…

  6. Join the Art Club: Exploring Social Empowerment in Art Therapy

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    Morris, Frances Johanna; Willis-Rauch, Mallori

    2014-01-01

    Social Empowerment Art Therapy (SEAT) aims to address the stigma of mental illness through the artistic empowerment of participants. The model was developed within an inpatient psychiatric setting from observations of a shared governance structure that empowered residents. Incorporating an open art studio approach and social action art therapy,…

  7. ArtsIN: Arts Integration and Infusion Framework

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    Hartle, Lynn C.; Pinciotti, Patricia; Gorton, Rebecca L.

    2015-01-01

    Teaching to meet the diverse learning needs of twenty-first century, global learners can be challenging, yet a growing body of research points to the proved successes of arts-infused and integrated curricula, especially for building capacity for learning and motivation. This article presents the ArtsIN: Arts Integration and Infusion framework, a…

  8. Taking a long look at Art: Reflections on the context of production and consumption of art in Art Therapy

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    Gilroy, Andrea

    2014-01-01

    This paper draws on experiences of looking at art to consider the influence of social context on the production and consumption of art in art therapy. I draw on art historical discourses to explore the experience and relate this to looking at art in art therapy. I suggest that professional socialisation profoundly influences how art therapists look and think about what they see. I propose that attention to our tacit knowledge about art, extending art therapy’s practices of looking to include ...

  9. Natural Art, False Expressions

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    Oscar Hernando Nossa García

    2011-05-01

    Full Text Available In the documentary My Kid Could Paint That, directed by Bar-Lev, which deals with Marla Olmstead, the child prodigy of painting, several interviews with persons in the art world are conducted, among them an artist who uses a magnifying glass and the thinnest brushes to do his work. This man, although happy for the success of the child’s abstract paintings, saw in the whole spectacle a mockery of art, and stood firmly by her work. The girl’s father, also an artist, was accused of plagiarism. Cameras entered the child’s studio in order to prove that Marla was the real artist. Why should such relevance be given to authorship? What is the cause of the dispute between the expressive and the rational?

  10. Culinary art in media

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    Radojičić Dragana

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available The subject of diet culture is beyond the scope of this paper. Therefore, I concentrated on several examples which best illustrate the presence of culinary art and diet in media. That is, I used 72 articles from the magazine Gloria with the food subject (2006-2009. Diet and culinary arts are omnipresent in media globally. As a rule, many offers recommend recipes and items considered traditional, with a wide range of recipes offered in Serbia alone. Internet also offers many web sites with various diets and recipes. All in all, domestic readers of local journals and magazine can find a variety of fashionable recipes from all over the world, most of the time with limited instructions or groceries not easily obtained at the local market. Bon ton is also lacking while diet and food choices continue to saturate all forms of social behavior as well as recipes serving as communication within a given culture.

  11. Martial Arts Club

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    2016-01-01

    In September 2015 the Taekwondo section of the CERN Martial Arts Club has been deeply renovated. We improved the quality and quantity of the trainings: two courses per week are now held by a Taekwondo 5th dan master. We already organised two special workshops during weekends, open to both club members and general public. From the beginning of the semester, the Taekwondo section counted more than 30 enrolments. The level of participation in the trainings is constantly excellent, fostering enthusiasm for this traditional Korean martial art. Taekwondo is a discipline adapted to all ages, sex and physical condition: the only requirement to start is being ready to have fun and willing to relax after often stressful working days. Our trainings start with a short "cardio" phase followed by stretching, fundamental in order to master Taekwondo techniques. The core of the training, then, covers the three main aspects of this discipline: soft one-to-one fighting, encoded simulated combat choreograp...

  12. The art of electronics

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    Horowitz, Paul

    2015-01-01

    At long last, here is the thoroughly revised and updated third edition of the hugely successful Art of Electronics. It is widely accepted as the best single authoritative book on electronic circuit design. In addition to new or enhanced coverage of many topics, the Third Edition includes: 90 oscilloscope screenshots illustrating the behavior of working circuits; dozens of graphs giving highly useful measured data of the sort that's often buried or omitted in datasheets but which you need when designing circuits; 80 tables (listing some 1650 active components), enabling intelligent choice of circuit components by listing essential characteristics (both specified and measured) of available parts. The new Art of Electronics ​​retains the feeling of informality and easy access that helped make the earlier editions so successful and popular. It is an indispensable reference and the gold standard​​ for anyone, student or researcher, professional or amateur, who works with electronic circuits.

  13. Education through Art after the Second World War: A Critical Review of Art Education in South Korea

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    Kim, Hyungsook

    2014-01-01

    This article examines how progressive education was introduced to South Korea after the Second World War and takes a closer look at critical studies of this history. It argues that the America-led progressive education policies, which focused on art education, were an uncritical adaptation of the superpower's educational ideology and did not…

  14. Promoting Intercultural Understanding Through Art

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    Newman, Arthur

    1970-01-01

    It is a common assumption that appreciation of the art of others is an inducement to intercultural understanding. However, hating others is rooted mainly in idealogy. Art education alone cannot mitigate this hatred. (CK)

  15. Soviet naval operational art.

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    Kern, David Jeffery

    1988-01-01

    The Soviet theory of naval operational art is a body of knowledge which focuses the tactical capabilities of the Soviet Navy on achieving the strategic missions assigned them by the leadership of the Soviet Union. This body of knowledge guides the creation and execution of Soviet naval operations. Soviet military science establishes the theoretical foundation for the conduct of independent naval operations. Soviet troop control creates the planning processes by which Soviet naval commanders p...

  16. Occidental and Japanese Art

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    Kevvai, Kadi; Bauer, Liis; Minssieux, Milene; Quist Møller, Felix; Kovalevska, Aleksandra; Harbsmeier, Jesper Tobias

    2012-01-01

    This project aims to investigate the influence of Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints on Impressionistic art. The paper is divided into three sections: first a historical background on the most famous artists behind woodblock prints and their appearance in the West. We shall also elaborate on the Impressionists who were strongly influenced by them. The second section will hold comparative analyses that try to identify the Impressionists’ inspiration by Japanese ukiyo-e and Zen Buddhism. The ana...

  17. A virtual art museum

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    Jorge Eduardo Ortíz Triviño; Rodolfo Cipagauta

    2010-01-01

    This paper presents some indispensable technical aspects for designing an art museum based on virtual reality (YR) technology. A YR setting can be produced which is able to submerge users having a basic immersion level in a didactic, entertaining, cultural and artistic experience. Specialised tools, oblect-orientated programming language and low-cost peripheral equipment are suggested so that the YR experience can be developed and executed on reasonably-priced computers. The YR concept, ch...

  18. A White Atlantic? The Idea of American Art in Nineteenth-Century Britain

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    Tim Barringer

    2009-01-01

    This article begins with the contention that 'American art' is a powerful retrospective construction, rooted in the institutional practices of art history and museology. Through a focus on the experiences of expatriate American artists (John Singleton Copley and Benjamin West) in London at the start of the nineteenth century, and the genre or landscape painting in transatlantic art (including the work of the British artist Thomas Cole), this essay exposes the complex and dynamic cultural inte...

  19. Spot the Difference! introducing iTrace, identifying visual plagiarism in the arts.

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    Garrett, Leigh; Robinson, Amy

    2012-01-01

    The University for the Creative Arts has a history in managing and creating digital resources to support learning & teaching in the creative arts environment. UCA's Library and Learning Services (LLS) has supported the Visual Arts Data Service (VADS) at UCA for over 14 years, and more recently it has set up a new Digitisation Unit. This dual session will uncover some of the research, development and innovation that is being carried out by both these units within UCA Library and Learning Servi...

  20. Drawing (Past, Present, and Future) Together: A (Graphic) Look at the Reconceptualization of Art Education

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    Carpenter, B. Stephen, II; Tavin, Kevin M.

    2010-01-01

    In this graphic representation, two characters/caricatures discuss, contemplate, and fantasize the history of the field of art education, its current state, and future manifestations. The conversation is illustrated around the possible reconceptualization of art education. Through text and visual metaphors, the philosophical beliefs, theoretical…