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Contemporary-Traditional Art

Contemporary-Traditional Art refers to an art produced at the present period of time that reflects the current culture by utilizing classical techniques in drawing, painting, and sculpting. Practicing artists are mainly concerned with the preserv ...

                                               

Context art

The term Context art was introduced through the seminal exhibition and an accompanying publication Kontext Kunst. The Art of the 90s curated by Peter Weibel at the Neue Galerie im Kunstlerhaus Graz in 1993.

                                               

Cultural resources management

This article is concerned with cultural resources in the widest sense: for traditional, archaeological and historic culture specifically, also see cultural heritage management In the broadest sense, cultural resource management is the vocation an ...

                                               

Dedication (art)

In art, a dedication is the creation or attribution of a work of art as a tribute to or in honor of a person, place, or thing. The dedicatee may be the commissioner, conductor, premiere performer or musical ensemble, or patron. The work may be me ...

                                               

Dematerialization (art)

Dematerialization of the art object is an idea in conceptual art. In "Six Years: The Dematerialization of the Art Object" Lucy Lippard characterizes the period of 1966 to 1972 as one in which the art object was dematerialised through the new arti ...

                                               

Design

A design is a plan or specification for the construction of an object or system for the implementation of an activity or process, or the result of that plan or specification in the form of a prototype, product or process. The verb to design expre ...

                                               

Economics of the arts and literature

Economics of the arts and literature or cultural economics is a branch of economics that studies the economics of creation, distribution, and the consumption of works of art, literature and similar creative and/or cultural products. For a long ti ...

                                               

Fine art

In European academic traditions, fine art is art developed primarily for aesthetics or beauty, distinguishing it from decorative art or applied art, which also has to serve some practical function, such as pottery or most metalwork. In the aesthe ...

                                               

Gifted art

Gifted art is any form or piece of art that is given freely, whether to a city, a group of people, a community or an individual. It refers to any art that is distributed at no direct cost. It is a form of conceptual art. It comes from a belief th ...

                                               

George Harcourt (painter)

From Dumbarton, Scotland, George Harcourt was born in 1868 and died in 1947. Harcourt was a portrait and figure painter, known for painting influential members of society. He studied at the Herkomer School of Art in Bushey from 1889–92 and later ...

                                               

Human figure

In aesthetics, the human figure or human form in art, sculpture and other art forms involves a study and appreciation of the beauty of the human body in its depiction or presentation. The study involves an appreciation of the body shape, includin ...

                                               

Impalement in myth and art

The use of impalement in myth, art, and literature includes mythical representations of it as a method of execution and other uses in paintings, sculptures, and the like, folklore and other tales in which impalement is related to magical or super ...

                                               

Information art

Information art, which is also known as informatism or data art, is emerging artforms that are inspired by and principally incorporate data, computer science, information technology, artificial intelligence, and related data-driven fields. The in ...

                                               

Interdisciplinary arts

Interdisciplinary Arts is an academic department in the School of Media Arts at Columbia College Chicago. As one of the earliest interdisciplinary arts programs in the United States, it has been an incubator for new approaches towards art making ...

                                               

International trade in fine art

The international trade of fine art is most precisely defined as the trade across nations of unique, non-reproducible works by an artist. The art trade contradicts typical international trade models since it is a culturally significant good. It i ...

                                               

Leaf carving

Leaf carving is an artwork involving the delicate trimming of leaves to develop a picture or landscape. The process of carving is performed by artists using tools to carefully cut the surface without cutting or removing the veins. The veins add d ...

                                               

Micro miniature

Micro miniature is a fine art form. Micro miniatures are made by microscope. It originated at the end of 20th century.

                                               

Mimesis

Mimesis is a term used in literary criticism and philosophy that carries a wide range of meanings which include imitatio, imitation, nonsensuous similarity, receptivity, representation, mimicry, the act of expression, the act of resembling, and t ...

                                               

Mural

A mural is any piece of artwork painted or applied directly on a wall, ceiling or other permanent surfaces. A distinguishing characteristic of mural painting is that the architectural elements of the given space are harmoniously incorporated into ...

                                               

Pastiche

A pastiche is a work of visual art, literature, theatre, or music that imitates the style or character of the work of one or more other artists. Unlike parody, pastiche celebrates, rather than mocks, the work it imitates. The word pastiche is a F ...

                                               

Patronage

Patronage is the support, encouragement, privilege, or financial aid that an organization or individual bestows to another. In the history of art, arts patronage refers to the support that kings, popes, and the wealthy have provided to artists su ...

                                               

Poet as legislator

The theme of poet as legislator reached its grandiose peak in the Romantic era, epitomised in the view of the lonely, alienated poet as unacknowledged legislator to the whole world. However the concept had a long prehistory in Western culture, wi ...

                                               

Portrayal of female bodies in Chinese contemporary art

Portrayal of female bodies in Chinese contemporary art has become a lot more diverse as women artists start to rise in China. Many contemporary Chinese women artists have employed the use of female bodies as the subject of their artworks. From th ...

                                               

Pounce (art)

Pouncing is an art technique used for transferring an image from one surface to another. It is similar to tracing, and is useful for creating copies of a sketch outline to produce finished works. Pouncing has been a common technique for centuries ...

                                               

Repurposing

Repurposing is as old as human civilization, with many contemporary scholars investigating that way that different societies re-appropriate the artifacts of older cultures in new and creative ways. More recently, repurposing has been celebrated b ...

                                               

Showpiece

A showpiece is: An accomplishment which is worthy of display and admiration English Wikipedias 1.000.000th qualified article, Jordanhill railway station, was called a showpiece of parallel collaboration." An outstanding example of a type Beacon H ...

                                               

Social artistry

Social artistry is the attempt to address or recognize a particular social issue using art and creativity. Social artists are people who use creative skills to work with people or organizations in their community to affect change. While a traditi ...

                                               

Social practice

Social practice is a theory within psychology that seeks to determine the link between practice and context within social situations. Emphasized as a commitment to change, social practice occurs in two forms: activity and inquiry. Most often appl ...

                                               

Spirit of place

Spirit of place refers to the unique, distinctive and cherished aspects of a place; often those celebrated by artists and writers, but also those cherished in folk tales, festivals and celebrations. It is thus as much in the invisible weave of cu ...

                                               

Stendhal syndrome

Stendhal syndrome, Stendhals syndrome or Florence syndrome is a psychosomatic condition involving rapid heartbeat, fainting, confusion and even hallucinations, allegedly occurring when individuals become exposed to objects or phenomena of great b ...

                                               

Studio

A studio is an artist or workers workroom. This can be for the purpose of acting, architecture, painting, pottery, sculpture, origami, woodworking, scrapbooking, photography, graphic design, filmmaking, animation, industrial design, radio or tele ...

                                               

Theme (arts)

In art, theme is usually about life, society or human nature, but can be any other subject. Themes are the fundamental and often universal ideas explored in a work. Themes are usually implied rather than explicitly stated. Deep thematic content i ...

                                               

Transformative arts

Transformative arts is the use of artistic activities, such as story-telling, painting, and music-making, to precipitate constructive individual and social change. The individual changes effected through transformative arts are commonly cognitive ...

                                               

United Art Rating

United Art Rating before 2012, referred to as United Artists Rating is a rating published as a periodical reference book, registered as mass media. As of 2016, it has stood 22 printed editions, total number of printed copies is more than 90000. T ...

                                               

Useful art

Useful art, or useful arts or technics, is concerned with the skills and methods of practical subjects such as manufacture and craftsmanship. The phrase has now gone out of fashion, but it was used during the Victorian era and earlier as an anton ...

                                               

Water marble nail

Water marble nails are a finger nail art technique involving dropping nail lacquers into clear water and creating a pattern on the water surface; the pattern is then transferred to the nails.

                                               

Matrix of country subdivisions

The following is a matrix of the primary country subdivisions. It shows which types of entities, e.g. province, exist in which countries and at what level. To keep the matrix as compact as possible and to illustrate distribution, countries are re ...

                                               

Glossary

A glossary, also known as a vocabulary or clavis, is an alphabetical list of terms in a particular domain of knowledge with the definitions for those terms. Traditionally, a glossary appears at the end of a book and includes terms within that boo ...

                                               

Abrogans

Abrogans, also German Abrogans or Codex Abrogans, is a Middle Latin–Old High German glossary, whose preserved copy in the Abbey Library of St Gall is regarded as the oldest preserved book in the German language. Dating from the 8th century 765–77 ...

                                               

Adjusted RevPAR

Adjusted RevPAR, is a performance metric used in the hospitality industry. It is calculated by dividing the variable net revenues of a property by the total available rooms. The difference between ARPAR and other metrics is that it accounts for v ...

                                               

Cleopatra Glossaries

Cotton MS Cleopatra A.iii is an Anglo-Saxon manuscript once held in the Cotton library, now held in the British Library, and contains three glossaries, providing important evidence for Old English vocabulary, as well as for learning and scholarsh ...

                                               

Corpus Glossary

The Corpus Glossary is one of many Anglo-Saxon glossaries. Alongside many entries which gloss Latin words with simpler Latin words or explanations, it also includes numerous Old English glossaries on Latin words, making it one of the oldest extan ...

                                               

Durham Plant-Name Glossary

The Durham Plant-Name Glossary is an glossary translating Latin and Greek plant-names into Old English/Middle English. It was copied in Durham in the early twelfth century. Its principal sources were Greek-Latin-Old English plant-name glossary wh ...

                                               

Epinal-Erfurt glossary

The Epinal-Erfurt glossary is a glossary of terms. It consists of two manuscripts, and contains terms in Old English. It has been described as "The earliest body of written English", and is thought to have been compiled at Malmesbury for Aldhelm.

                                               

Federal Standard 1037C

Federal Standard 1037C, titled Telecommunications: Glossary of Telecommunication Terms, is a United States Federal Standard issued by the General Services Administration pursuant to the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as ...

                                               

Harley Glossary

The Harley Glossary is an Anglo-Saxon glossary, mostly providing glosses on Latin words. It mostly survives in the fragmentary British Library, MS Harley 3376, but fragments are also found in Lawrence, University of Kansas, Kenneth Spenser Resear ...

                                               

Hermeneumata

The Hermeneumata are anonymous instructional manuals written in the third century CE to teach the Greek language to Latin-speaking people in the Roman Empire, and to teach Latin to Greek-speakers. The word Hermeneumata means "translation" or "int ...

                                               

Laud Herbal Glossary

The Laud Herbal Glossary is a twelfth-century copy of the single biggest compilation of plant-name glosses of its time in England, rooted in Anglo-Saxon sources. Its lemmata are mostly Latin, and these are mostly glossed into Old English/Middle E ...

                                               

Leiden Glossary

The Leiden Glossary is a glossary contained in a manuscript in Leiden University Library in the Netherlands, Voss. Lat. Q. 69. The lemmata come from "a range of biblical, grammatical, and patristic texts". It is based on an Anglo-Saxon exemplar, ...

                                               

Microsoft Language Portal

Microsoft Language Portal is a multilingual online dictionary of computing terms. It also offers free downloads of localization style guides, translations of user interface text, and a feedback feature. It was made public in 2009.

                                               

National Information Assurance Glossary

Committee on National Security Systems Instruction No. 4009, National Information Assurance Glossary, published by the United States federal government, is an unclassified glossary of Information security terms intended to provide a common vocabu ...

                                               

Svenska Akademiens ordlista

Svenska Akademiens ordlista, abbreviated SAOL, is a glossary published every few years by the Swedish Academy. It is a single volume that is considered the final arbiter of Swedish spelling. Traditionally it carries the motto of the Swedish Acade ...

                                               

Talking Glossary of Genetic Terms

The Talking Glossary of Genetic Terms is an audio/visual glossary of 256 terms prepared and hosted by the National Human Genome Research Institute in the United States. The National Human Genome Research InstituteNHGRI created the Talking Glossar ...

                                               

Theosophical Glossary

The Theosophical Glossary by Helena Blavatsky was first published in 1892. Some other important theosophical glossaries are the Encyclopedic Theosophical Glossary by Gottfried de Purucker and the Collation of Theosophical Glossaries.

                                               

Urra=hubullu

The Urra=hubullu is a major Babylonian glossary or "encyclopedia". It consists of Sumerian and Akkadian lexical lists ordered by topic. The canonical version extends to 24 tablets. The conventional title is the first gloss, ur 5 -ra and ḫubullu m ...

                                               

Educational robotics

Educational robotics teaches the design, analysis, application and operation of robots. Robots include articulated robots, mobile robots or autonomous vehicles. Educational robotics can be taught from elementary school to graduate programs. Robot ...

                                               

Bilingual education

Bilingual education involves teaching academic content in two languages, in a native and secondary language with varying amounts of each language used in accordance with the program model. Bilingual education refers to the utilization of two lang ...

                                               

Center for Advanced Materials

The Center for Advanced Materials is an umbrella organization institute that hosts faculty members and researchers involved in materials research. It provides the opportunities for collaborative research projects between academic and industry exp ...

                                               

Children's rights education

Children’s rights education is the teaching and practice of children’s rights in schools, educational programmes or institutions, as informed by and consistent with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. When fully implemented, ...

                                               

Classical education movement

The classical education movement advocates a form of education based in the traditions, with a particular focus on education as understood and taught in Classical antiquity. The curriculum and pedagogy of classical education was first developed d ...

                                               

Comparative education

Comparative education is a discipline in the social sciences which entails the scrutiny and evaluation of different educational systems, such as those in various countries. Professionals in this area of endeavor are absorbed in advancing evocativ ...

                                               

Content and language integrated learning

Content and language integrated learning is an approach for learning content through an additional language, thus teaching both the subject and the language.

                                               

Design and Technology

Design and technology is a school subject offered at all levels of primary and secondary school in England. It is used so children develop a range of designing skills and technology skills for example, using media to design their project and a sa ...

                                               

Diversity training

Diversity training is any program designed to facilitate positive intergroup interaction, reduce prejudice and discrimination, and generally teach individuals who are different from others how to work together effectively. "From the broad corpora ...

                                               

Drug education

Drug education is the planned provision of information, resources, and skills relevant to living in a world where psychoactive substances are widely available and commonly used for a variety of both medical and non-medical purposes, some of which ...

                                               

Greenhouse Schools Project

Greenhouse Sports aims to develop social, thinking, emotional and physical skills for young people in Londons communities through sports programmes delivered by coaches. Greenhouse Sports originally Greenhouse Schools Project and then later Green ...

                                               

Hospitality management studies

Hospitality management is the study of the hospitality industry. A degree in the subject may be awarded either by a University college dedicated to the studies of hospitality management or a business school with a relevant department. Degrees in ...

                                               

Industrial technology

Industrial technology is the use of engineering and manufacturing technology to make production faster, simpler and more efficient. The industrial technology field employs creative and technically proficient individuals who can help a company ach ...

                                               

International education

International education refers to a dynamic concept that involves a journey or movement of people, minds, or ideas across political and cultural frontiers. It is facilitated by the globalization phenomenon, which increasingly erases the constrain ...

                                               

Learning for Life and Work

The GCSE covers the following areas: Unit 3: Employability Unit 1: Local and Global Citizenship Unit 4: Investigation an in-depth study on a topic from Units 1-3 Unit 2: Personal Development

                                               

Leisure studies

You may also be looking for a journal Leisure Studies Leisure studies is a branch of the social sciences that focuses on understanding and analyzing leisure. Recreation and tourism are common topics of leisure research. The National Recreation an ...

                                               

Multilingual Education

Multilingual Education typically refers to "first-language-first" education, that is, schooling which begins in the mother tongue and transitions to additional languages. Typically MLE programs are situated in developing countries where speakers ...

                                               

Nature study

The nature study movement was a popular education movement that originated in the United States and spread throughout the English-speaking world in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Nature study attempted to reconcile scientific investigati ...

                                               

Normal school

A normal school is an institution created to train high school graduates to be teachers by educating them in the norms of pedagogy and curriculum. Most such schools, where they still exist, are now denominated "teacher-training colleges" or "teac ...

                                               

Personal and Social Education

Personal and Social Education is a component of the state school curriculum in Wales. PSE became a statutory requirement in schools in September 2003, and is compulsory for all students at Key Stages 1, 2, 3 and 4, and shares some similar element ...

                                               

Physical education

Physical education, also known as Phys Ed., PE and in some Commonwealth countries as physical training or PT, is a class that pupils are required to take at school. It is taken during primary and secondary education and encourages psychomotor lea ...

                                               

Physics education

Physics education refers to the methods currently used to teach physics. Physics Education Research refers to an area of pedagogical research that seeks to improve those methods. Historically, physics has been taught at the high school and colleg ...

                                               

Sail training

From its modern interpretations to its antecedents when maritime nations would send young naval officer candidates to sea, sail training provides an unconventional and effective way of building many useful skills on and off the water.

                                               

Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, previously Science, Math, Engineering and Technology, is a term used to group together these academic disciplines. This term is typically used when addressing education policy and curriculum choic ...

                                               

Comprehensive sex education

Comprehensive sex education is a sex education instruction method based on-curriculum that aims to give students the knowledge, attitudes, skills and values to make appropriate and healthy choices in their sexual lives. The intention is that this ...

                                               

Social studies

In the United States education system, social studies is the integrated study of multiple fields of social science and the humanities, including history, geography, and political science. The term was first coined by American educators around the ...

                                               

Structured English Immersion

Structured English Immersion is a technique for rapidly teaching English to English Language Learners. The term was coined by Keith Baker and Adriana de Kanter in a 1983 recommendation to schools to make use of Canadas successful French immersion ...

                                               

Undergraduate real estate programs in the United States

The study of real estate at the undergraduate level is commonly contained as a degree of Bachelor of Science in Real Estate or a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in real estate. A very limited number of universities offer ...

                                               

Visual literacy in education

Visual literacy in education develops a students visual literacy – their ability to comprehend, make meaning of, and communicate through visual means, usually in the form of images or multimedia.

                                               

Applied economics

Applied economics is the application of economic theory and econometrics in specific settings. As one of the two sets of fields of economics, it is typically characterized by the application of the core, i.e. economic theory and econometrics, to ...

                                               

Applied linguistics

Applied linguistics is an interdisciplinary field which identifies, investigates, and offers solutions to language-related real-life problems. Some of the academic fields related to applied linguistics are education, psychology, communication res ...

                                               

Applied science

Applied science is the application of existing scientific knowledge to practical applications, like technology or inventions. Within natural science, disciplines that are basic science develop basic information to predict and perhaps explain and ...

                                               

Architectural theory

Architectural theory is the act of thinking, discussing, and writing about architecture. Architectural theory is taught in all architecture schools and is practiced by the worlds leading architects. Some forms that architecture theory takes are t ...

                                               

Critical spatial practice

The term critical spatial practice ’ refers to forms of practice between art and architecture. Jane Rendell introduced the term in 2003. Rendell later consolidated and developed the term as one that defined practices located at a three-way inters ...

                                               

306090

306090 was an independent architecture journal and book series produced from 2002 to 2013 by nonprofit arts stewardship 306090, Inc., and distributed by Princeton Architectural Press. 306090 published nine multi-authored thematic journal volumes, ...

                                               

Agile Architecture

Agile architecture means how enterprise / system / software architects apply architectural practice in agile software development. A number of commentators have identified a tension between traditional software architecture and agile methods alon ...

                                               

ArchiLab

ArchiLab is an annual architectural exposition and conference held in Orleans in France. So far, there have been ArchiLab projects every year from 1999 to 2008.

                                               

Architectural determinism

Architectural determinism is a theory employed in urbanism, sociology and environmental psychology which claims the built environment is the chief or even sole determinant of social behaviour. A. S. Baum defines the notion thus "In its most extre ...

                                               

Architecture parlante

Architecture parlante is architecture that explains its own function or identity. The phrase was originally associated with Claude Nicolas Ledoux, and was extended to other Paris-trained architects of the Revolutionary period, Etienne-Louis Boull ...

                                               

Athens Charter

The Athens Charter was a 1933 document about urban planning published by the Swiss architect Le Corbusier. The work was based upon Le Corbusier’s Ville Radieuse book of 1935 and urban studies undertaken by the Congres International dArchitecture ...

                                               

Conceptual architecture

Conceptual architecture is a form of architecture that utilizes conceptualism, characterized by an introduction of ideas or concepts from outside of architecture often as a means of expanding the discipline of architecture. This produces an essen ...

                                               

Congres Internationaux d'Architecture Moderne

The Congres internationaux darchitecture moderne, or International Congresses of Modern Architecture, was an organization founded in 1928 and disbanded in 1959, responsible for a series of events and congresses arranged across Europe by the most ...

                                               

Contextual architecture

Contextual architecture, also known as Contextualism is a philosophical approach in architectural theory that refers to the designing of a structure in response to the literal and abstract characteristics of the environment in which it is built. ...

                                               

Critical regionalism

Critical regionalism is an approach to architecture that strives to counter the placelessness and lack of identity of the International Style, but also rejects the whimsical individualism and ornamentation of Postmodern architecture. The stylings ...

                                               

De re aedificatoria

De re aedificatoria is a classic architectural treatise written by Leon Battista Alberti between 1443 and 1452. Although largely dependent on Vitruviuss De architectura, it was the first theoretical book on the subject written in the Italian Rena ...

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