The arts represent an outlet of expression. They are usually influenced by tradition and culture and it turns to help to change culture. As such, the arts are a physical manifestation of the internal creative impulse. Major constituents of the arts include literature, poetry, novels, short stories, and epics; performing arts such as music, dance, and theatre; culinary arts such as baking, chocolatiering, and winemaking; media arts like photography and cinematography; and visual arts, including drawing, painting, ceramics, and sculpting. Some art forms combine a visual element with performance (e.g. film) and the written word (e.g. comics).We can also say that art is present in everything we do. Even a homeowner decorating a house or a chef plating food on a plate and garnishing can be considered artists. We can see that art is everywhere and all times. Writing, reading, sleeping, even eating apply. Everything comes under art.
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This is the Wiki play submission site, a planning page for collaborative writing projects that involve play writing. The site may be used as a course requirement in a drama department at a university or in a drama school. (more...)
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