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    Fine Arts Role

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    What role do the Fine Arts play in your life? Fine Arts doesn 't have a big role in my life, but that doesn 't mean art isn 't important to me. Without art our everyday lives would be boring and dull. I use art for entertainment everyday, without art I would be looking at plain walls everyday and I would rather watch grass grow than look at plain walls. I also use fine are to give me pleasure and a creative inspiration in life. I think fine art brings important problems to a person 's eye. How do the Fine Arts affect you personally? Fine are doesn 't realy affect me personally, because I rarly get into art in a personal way. But, by reading things about fine arts and from seeing what people say about art I think art can make people dream,…

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    Fine Art In Italy

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    outward appearance of seeming to be steeped in the arts, but is this really the case? Do all the Italians care about the Fine Arts? After having lived with and among them for three weeks, it would be safe to say that there are those who do in fact revel in the arts and fully enjoy being surrounded by them, while there are those who do not give it a second thought, a thought that they might be living in one of the most art enriched area. So how should I, as a Christian and an American, interpret…

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    Arts in Education An Analysis of Whether or Not Fine Art should be Included in Education Most schools nationwide offer classes such as band, art, drama, and dance to name a few. Some of these fine arts could be competitive. Most students are in any one of these classes, or could be in multiple classes. Throughout the years, there have been national debates of whether or not these classes are a necessary part of a student’s education. Many of these students who take these classes enjoy…

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    Art And Fine Art Analysis

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    deemed relevant, but are constantly changing. Today on December 1st, 2016 the biggest discussion people may be talking about is world hunger, environment, disease, or violence. If you were given one million dollars how would you split the percentage of money between these topics, including the arts. Many would suggest that the four pervious topic were way more important than art, giving the art topic little to no money. Art and fine arts have started to become less of a value to some people.…

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    Fine Arts In Schools

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    filled with school plays, art competitions, and several interesting fine arts classes, only to find that they have been cut. Could you imagine the idea of not being to express yourself throughout your school day? To take a break from your academically challenging classes to have fun with friends. This has become a tragic reality for countless schools across the country. There is a plethora of causes for the devastating loss of fine…

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    now entering their drawing into an art contest at school, and being so proud of it too. To the teachers it may only…

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    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 for a student to be a well-rounded scholar…

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    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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    Fine Art Museum Report

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    When visiting the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston on February 20th. I was amazed as soon as I walked in. I had never been to a museum before and always thought I would be uninterested in what was displayed. It was very fun for me to see the differences in art throughout the ancient world. I also visited other collections throughout the museum but nothing was as interesting as the ancient world. It was surprising to me that the museum would be separated into different collections, I thought…

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    Youth In Fine Arts Essay

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    Youth in the Fine Arts The educating of the arts programs has always been a crucial aspect of children 's development. The individuals, who have examined learning courses of action through all ages, have made clear how critical the fine arts are in the instruction process. The teaching of the fine arts alludes to instruction in the areas of music, dancing, theater, and expressive visual arts. Wholly, fine arts are what make us more human, and fulfill us as individuals. Expression of fine arts…

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