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  • The Importance Of Art In Schools

    Art programs are constantly in danger of being cut from shrinking school budgets. Art is commonly viewed as a “filler” course that’s only purpose is to entertain children, almost as a second recess. That of course is not the case. Art has enough scientific evidence to demonstrate that it is a necessary part of every child 's life. In this paper, we will explore a few of the top benefits that art gives a child, including language, cultural awareness, inventiveness, work experience, motor skills,…

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  • The Importance Of Fine Arts In Education

    when it comes to considering the arts and the importance of it within our lives. Speaking of fine arts, what is it? The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines the words, ‘Fine-Arts’ as: “a type of art (such as a painting, sculpture, or music) that is done to create beautiful things.” We see and appreciate Fine Arts in just about every part of our day-to-day lives, whether it be in watching television to viewing the advertisement billboard on the side of the road. Fine Arts covers many ideas,…

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  • Argument Essay: The Role Of The Arts In Education

    At the elementary school level, they also encompass music and art. The arts are a very…

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  • The Traveling Symphony Analysis

    “What was lost in the collapse: almost everything, almost everyone, but there is still such beauty…” —Emily St. John Mandel The universal tool of imagination and creative skill, art, surrounds us in our daily lives whether it is displayed as an ornate painting or a fluid and poetic stanza of poetry. As shown through Emily Mandel’s post-apocalyptic novel, Station Eleven, a collective team of musicians named, The Traveling Symphony, travel across the corrupt North Americas to rebuild the…

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  • The Importance Of Fine Arts In Schools

    student by listening to music or painting a picture? There is a constant debate on whether schools should continue to support fine art classes. Some people think that dance, music, drama, and art classes are not a necessary component for students to participate in to graduate. These same people see fine art classes as a hobby to do on a student’s leisure time not an essential aspect to cultivate student learning. On the other hand, there are other people who think any form of art is vital…

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  • Arts Education In New York City Essay

    Preserving Arts Education in New York City Public Schools When people think of education and the public school system, they usually think of the four core subjects such as english, math, history, and science. Often, forgetting about the importance of an arts education. Yet, it is performing and visual arts that enhance a student’s academic performance. Exposing children to the incredible world of dance, music, or even visual art allows them to think creatively. It allows them to think…

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  • Dance As Art Essay

    dance, many other things can be considered as art. The most popular art phenomenon would be painting, followed by things such as music and fashion. The origins of painting date back to pre-historic human times, when cave men still roamed the earth. For them it was a way of communication and storytelling. Throughout the years painting has taken on various different forms, and slowly evolved into what is known today as art. During the renaissance period art, most specifically in the western…

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  • Definition Essay: Why Beyonce Is Beautiful

    the regular painter where you use paint and a brush. This type of art is very important because they say a picture can say 1,000 words. That’s special what you feel that a picture is saying someone may view it differently but it’s your opinion so you can’t be wrong. These types of art can benefit you personally because you can truly love a picture so much and connect with what you feel that the picture is saying. This type of art can be physical because you can touch the pictures. You feel the…

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  • Analysis Of Exit Through The Gift Shop

    film makes the audience think about the authenticity of art, the purpose of street art and the process of becoming an artist. The most important argument, however, is that street art is not about the money. Throughout the film, we follow various street artists, from Space Invader to Shepard Fairey, and finally to Banksy. We are also introduced to Mr. Brainwash, or Thierry Guetta. In the film, one of the most important arguments is that street art is not about the money, or the fame. While the…

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  • High School Education Vs American Education

    fundamental parts of learning that seems to be missing. Many people believe that these missing pieces are art, dance, drama, and music. When applied right many experts believe that these artistic subjects will enhance what is learned in the core subjects. For this reason it seems that they should be applied, but in many schools they still are not being incorporated in the curriculum. Art, dance, drama, and music are implemented as important parts of a student’s education because they encourage…

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