While this list contains the 12 ‘most read’ articles of 2011, The Independent’s Deputy Arts Editor Alice Jones has also provided what she feels is the most important story of the year. How to develop your ideas This is a guide to development in a visual art project – an area where many students are unsure. Patients overwhelmingly expressed comfort with the process and a desire to continue with therapy.
Bibliography of the History of Art includes and extends the coverage of its two predecessor art indexes: RAA (Repertoire d’Art et d’Archeologie) and RILA (International Repertory of the Literature of Art). The fight to free Ai Weiwei united and mobilised the art world like no other story in a year filled with protests and political upheavals. While we’ve known art is a powerful tool to record history and ignite inspiration, now there’s science proving art’s gifts to the mind. Covers European and American art from late antiquity to the present and contemporary art worldwide. The database cites articles from 574 periodicals published throughout the world. Art for art’s sake,” the aestheticist slogan, dates from the early 19th century.
Concerned with the role of Canadian artists domestically, our readers kept watch on artists’ struggles with the National Gallery of Canada and shrinking gallery spaces. A clear, unbiased view of what studying Visual Art at high school is like – helping you decide whether a high school Art or Design course is right for you. It looks like you don’t need a degree in art history to break down what’s going on in a painting – your brain is already doing it. This article lists still life ideas for teachers or students who are stuck or in need of inspiration. Making, the program recognizes, is now intertwined with selling, and artists need to train in both—a fact reflected in the proliferation of dual M.B.A./M.F.A. programs.
As the art and finance industry is becoming increasingly global, we are also pleased to announce that what started as a local initiative in Luxembourg in 2011 has now become a truly global Deloitte initiative. However, the way that only certain activities are classified today as art is a social construction. This study provides initial evidence of the efficacy of art therapy in reducing a broad spectrum of symptoms among cancer inpatients.