Arts

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Arts

The arts refers to the theory, human application and physical expression of creativity found in human cultures and societies through skills and imagination in order to produce objects, environments and experiences. Major constituents of the arts include visual arts (including architecture, ceramics, drawing, filmmaking, painting, photography, and sculpting), literary arts (including fiction, drama, poetry, and prose), performing arts (including dance, music, and theatre), and culinary arts (including cooking, chocolate making and winemaking).[1]

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Arts(4 cats, 4 pgs)
Applied arts(2 cats)
Arts/Lectures(7 pgs)
Performing arts(6 cats, 3 pgs)
Visual arts(10 cats, 2 pgs)

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