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CH 2
Question the role of art in daily life
like fish unaware of the water, they swim through, most of us... are
surrounded by art and artistic things
Ch 2
Explain the model/objective
5 vignettes (5 min)
Studying art in America
in a residence, many things are art,
pure and simple, or artistic
ch2
Describe Kim's house and shows small
portion of "fine art"
architecture is art: designed to
enhance the sensuous (+visual) and
a particular style
Landscapes seen from the windows, color
of walls, ceramic, lightining, body
decor and personal appearance
"folk art": miniature paintings, textiles
ch2
other art mediums
literature, music, food,
ch2
reason
reflect general artistic sensibility
and her desire to live and work in a
setting that is beautiful and
artistically interesting
ch2
Car repair
artistic items range from the
commercial, through the decorative,
to the purely personal. functional
purpose and artistic factors in design
Art is present in a daily base.
ch2
Debate on art in photography
Owe their existence less to their
sensuous use of photo medium or to the
skill and more to the nature of their
subjective manner
Ch1
What technique does the author use to
introduce ideas?
Make clear what you're going to do -
introductory phrases
Ch1
What makes a good argument?
put topic in context
explain your method - is it legitimate?
Ch1
What does the author say/do in the
prologue?
-talks about Navajo and Yoruba
-gives examples of art in other
cultures;
-defines his method (anthropological)
-uses Weitz's definition
-addresses problems
Ch1
What about the 2nd paragraph?
(Empirical Studies)
-ethnocentrism
-pop vs fine arts
-semi-art

-defends definition against number 1
-differentiates pop/fine and momentaneous/efemerous.
Ch1
How can you convince people of your
thesis?
Explain the method you're using -
to have a backup