• Difference Of Modernism And Post Modernism
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    Modernism and Post Modernism Have you ever wondered what the differences are between the modernism and post modernism? It seems like it would be easy to describe what they are by the words and what they are usually associated with. Yet, it's actually a lot different then your thinking. Modernism is the movement in visual arts, music, literature, and drama, which rejected the old Victorian standards of how art should be made, consumed, and what it should mean. Modernists want the absolute truth i...
  • 19th Century Art Visual Arts
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    19 th Century Art The Romantic Movement (1800-1850) Art as Emotion The goal of self-determination that Napoleon imported to Holland, Italy, Germany and Austria affected not only nations but also individuals. England's metamorphosis during the Industrial Revolution was also reflected in the outlook of the individual, and therefore in the art produced during the first half of this century. Heightened sensibility and intensified feeling became characteristic of the visual arts as well as musical ar...
  • Arts Education Act Schools Left
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    Research sometimes reveals dramatic results about the specific effects of arts learning on students. But research fulfills other functions, such as: raise questions about the ends and methods of arts education; allow to take stock of progress made in delivering quality arts education; help to understand keys to effective partnerships in support of arts education; lay out the pros and cons of policy options in sustaining excellent arts education in schools, districts, and states. Many kinds of re...
  • Poetry Fragmentation Cummings Poems Words
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    On Tulips & Chimneys, which contains "Thy fingers make early flowers of,"in Just-,"O sweet spontaneous," and "Buffalo Bill's" Slater Brown (1924) Modern art gets much less explanation than it deserves. The artist is too busy pioneering, the intransigent critic too busy fighting his own battles. Nor does any explanation come from the critics of the older school. They have a fear of tasting anything which they cannot recognize at a glance, they refuse to understand anything which is disturbingly n...