What are the three functions of Arts?, What is art?

Living with Arts and Functions of Arts

What is art? This the question alwalys asked, whenever they speak of art. Orienated from the latin words, it means "skill", and equivalent to the Greek word techne, from which the modern word "technology" is derived. In the early days, the term did not only apply to craftsmanship, but also to the proficiency in performing an activity.

Art requires intellectual as well as sensory perception. The appreciation of art can be greatly improved by knowing: How a work of art was made; why it was made; what went before and came after it. The "why", refers to the reason or reasons for the creation of the specific work. "What went before and came after" is knowing the historical place of the work, because artists borrow and learn from one another all the time.

Art has three functions:Personal, Social and Physical

Personal Function, is a vehicle for expression of feelings and ideas.
Social Function, is closely related to every aspect of social life.
Physical Funcntion, is determined primarily by designs and operational functions.

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Brendon Yap said...

art is eryones fasion. art is our design and we are free what art are we making. art also can show your emotional feelings/.

zilla may salazar said...

art is one way of expressing our emotions,cause through arts we can express our feelings and emotion.


ART is everyone fashion because this is the way of expressing our feelings.


art means the skill of conducting any human activities....

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