- Do the Arts give us knowledge?
- To what extent does society’s perspective play a part in acceptability of an object?
- Does art have to have a meaning? Conversely, if something is meaningless, can it be art?
- What responsibilities, if any, does an artist have when they create a piece of art work?
- What makes something art?
Monthly Archives: March 2012
I think that art is just as powerful as the other Areas of Knowledge. It may not be actual words printed in a textbook, but it is definitely just as effective as a tool of knowledge. By looking at the arts, it … Continue reading
In peoples’ eyes, the wax figures in a museum such as the Madame Tussauds are considered as art. They feel that since the process of making a wax figure require a lot of time and effort, that it is considered … Continue reading
Art is intentional; the artist have created it to express their own views and thoughts. For example, the artist Jason Pollock uses the technique known as drip painting. The pieces consist of splatters of paint in different colours. People may not … Continue reading