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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Art.
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Parent topics

  • Culture (social) [r]: UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (2002) defined culture as "... the set of distinctive spiritual, material, intellectual and emotional features of a society or a social group..." that "encompasses, in addition to art and literature, lifestyles, ways of living together, value systems, traditions and beliefs". [e]
  • Humanities [r]: Academic disciplines which deal with the human condition and what it is to be human. [e]


Subtopics

  • Anime [r]: Japanese animated cartoons, sometimes based on manga. [e]
  • Architecture [r]: The art and technique of designing and constructing buildings to fulfill both practical and aesthetic purposes. [e]
  • Arte Povera [r]: 20th century Italian art movement using cheap and free materials; defined by art critic Germano Celant. [e]
  • Classics [r]: A branch of the Humanities dealing with language, literature, history, art, and other aspects of the ancient Mediterranean world. [e]
  • Cubism [r]: 20th century avant-garde art movement, pioneered by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque, that emphasized the geometrical depiction of natural forms. [e]
  • Dance [r]: A continuous and mentally organised sequence of (body) movements containing an expressive character. [e]
  • Existentialism [r]: Twentieth century philosophical and cultural trend that sees human life as being self-authored, rejecting pre-written essences of human life. [e]
  • Manga [r]: Japanese or Japanese-style comics. [e]
  • Music [r]: The art of structuring time by combining sound and silence into rhythm, harmonies and melodies. [e]
  • Nihilism [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Poetry [r]: A form of literary work which uses rhythm, metre, and sound elements (such as assonance or dissonance) to structure, amplify, and in some instances supplant the literal meanings of words. [e]
  • Rococo [r]: Style of art, architecture and decoration of the eighteenth century, popular especially in France; features ornate use of scrolls and curves. [e]
  • Sand animation [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Visual arts [r]: Creative fields that produce works primarily experienced through the sense of sight. [e]
  • Writing [r]: The process of recording thoughts or speech in a visually or haptically retrievable manner. [e]

Other related topics

  • Aesthetics [r]: Discipline of philosophy which deals with understanding aesthetic evaluation and judgment through the application of reason. [e]
  • Fractal [r]: A highly irregular or "infinitely complex" shape that appears detailed and self-similar in some sense at all scales of magnification. [e]
  • Game [r]: A structured or semi-structured contrived activity, primarily undertaken for enjoyment or, sometimes, practice. [e]
  • Hobby [r]: Pastime, avocation, para-profession or part time occupation. [e]
  • Human uniqueness [r]: A theoretical concept in evolutionary studies, often used in discussions about the evolution of biological traits found in humans. [e]
  • New York School abstract expressionism [r]: Started in New York City. It was the dominant movement in American painting in the late 1940s and the 1950s, characterized by a desire to convey powerful emotions through the sensuous qualities of paint, often on canvases of huge size. [e]