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What is Art????
Is This Art????
What about this? Art????
What about….. The guitar…right over there. I know you’ve been looking at it the whole time. Is that art?????????
What is your definition of art?
ART!!!! A MIRROR OR REFLECTION OF LIFE!!!!
ART!!! HOW IS ART DIFFERENT FROM MATH? HISTORY? SCIENCE? ANYONE? ANYONE? BUELLER?
ART!!!! ART = EMOTION
THREE CATEGORIES OF ART LITERARY VISUAL PERFORMING
LITERARY NOVELS SHORT STORIES POETRY
VISUAL PAINTING SCULPTURE FILM PHOTOGRAPHY
PERFORMING THEATRE DANCE OPERA MUSIC
4 CRITERIA FOR ART WAS IT MADE BY A SELF PROCLAIMED ARTIST? WAS IT MEANT TO BE ART? DO YOU BELIEVE IT’S ART? WILL IT STAND THE TEST OF TIME?
2 WAYS TO EVALUATE ART FORM CONTENT
Necessary Elements for Theatre to Occur S.L.A.P.P. Space Live Audience Purpose Performers
How is Theatre Different from a Football Game? Do you need a Space? Is the game live in person? Do you need a purpose? Do you need performers? Do you need an audience?
MAIN FOCUS OF THEATRE HUMANITY
How is Performing Art different from Literary and Visual????? IT’S LIVE!!!!!
Difference between a Play and a Novel A novel gives you the subtext A play you have to fill in the gaps and connect the dots
Difference between a Play and a Production The play (script) is always the same A production changes based on how the director interprets the play (script)
Roles Theatre Plays in Society Entertainer Educator Historian Holds a mirror to society
What are the Responsibilities of an Audience Member Don’t disturb the performers! Don’t disturb the other audience members! Be open minded Rather Than closed minded!
What Factors Affect an Audience Member’s Experience? ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING!!!!
Reasons We Go to the Theatre Recreation and relaxation Social reasons Intellectual Stimulation
Who’s Who of Theatre Director Actors Stage manager Playwright Scenic designer Costume designer Lighting designer Choreographer Stage crew Assistants Musicians
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