Anthro 201 Art and Society Human Art Lecture
Anthro 201 Art and Society Human Art Lecture Anthropology 201
Popular in Art and Society in Ancient and Medieval Europe and the Mediterranean
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Date Created: 10/12/15
Human Art Human Art 0 Art has meaning 0 Meaning is cultural 0 Therefore Art is cultural The role of creativity 0 Easier 0 Limited by tradition Style 0 The quotcodequot meaning 0 More rules about what art should not be then what it should be c There is room for creatively for what you can do you can be creative in side this box 0 Little crosscultural agreement Religion 0 Teach people through art 0 Depicts Visions o Expenences Trance states 0 Ceremony production 0 Used during the ceremony39s o Vessels Symbols of a religion Politics 0 Group dominance 0 Message unity 0 Status Skill 0 Recognized everywhere 0 For specialists dif cult media preferred Affect 0 Important everywhere 0 Derived from culture 0 Dose this explain art39s universality The senses 0 Western focus on auditory and visual 0 Not universal Psychology 0 Art can reveal 0 Communication 0 Cultural modes of thought Aesthetics 0 Philosophy of art 0 Not emphasized Art is universal 0 Anything can be art BUT not everything is art Cultural category rt and change No culture is static Internal or external change Cultural domination Ethnic identity Nondirectional OOOOOJgtOO
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