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MICA General Fine Art 2012 By Ryan Wolper
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Maryland Institute College of Art - General Fine Art Department - 2012
The Fine Arts: A Fine Way to Teach! By Jacquelyn Milman
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This book is intended for the classroom teacher who is not a specialist in the fine arts. It presents basic knowledge in each of the fine arts areas and shows how that knowledge can be used to... More > enhance one's teaching in the arts, themselves, and in other content areas. A glossary of terms is provided for each of the arts areas.< Less
The Fine Arts: A Fine Way to Teach! By Jacquelyn Milman
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This book is intended for the classroom teacher who is not a specialist in the fine arts. It presents basic knowledge in each of the fine arts areas and shows how that knowledge can be used to... More > enhance one's teaching in the arts, themselves, and in other content areas. A glossary of terms is provided for each of the arts areas.< Less
The Art of Making Fine Glassware By Cambridge Glass Company
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The Cambridge Glass Company (1901-1954) was one of the leading manufacturers of American elegant glass. Along with Heisey and Fostoria, Cambridge glassware is a popular collectible today. Like these... More > other companies, Cambridge Glass produced promotional booklets to attract customers to their wares. “The Art of Making Fine Glassware” was published in 1939 and was kept in print until the company closed its doors. Along with a short history of the company and glassware in general, this booklet, unlike others, goes into details about the production of hand-made glassware and includes sections on the materials used in glass production, how colors are produced, blowing and pressing, etching, cutting and other forms of decorating. How to identify fine glassware, care for it and correctly use it on the table is also addressed in this informative booklet.< Less
The “People Power” Recreation - Entertainment Superbook: Book 2. Arts & Crafts Guide, Artist - Craftsperson Business Guide (Includes Graphic Arts, Museum Jobs) By Tony Kelbrat
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Art is in the eye of the beholder. The academic art community has defined what art is but you don't have to believe what they say. Art is generally defined as: visual arts decorative arts plastic... More > arts performing arts painting drawing sculpture music literature performance art printmaking film architecture photography comics video art installation art conceptual art computer art There are two big categories of art: 1.) fine arts, the pursuit of beauty, truth and perfection 2.) applied arts, arts done for practical function Artists who create useful things can be called designers, artisans or craftspeople. There are very few original artists. Virtually everybody builds on past knowledge. The word culture comes from the latin root colere which means to inhabit, to cultivate or to honor. Culture is the way people live. Art generally goes from #700-#779 at the library.< Less
2014 MICA GFA By Ryan Wolper
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MICA Alumni Association proudly presents the art of the 2014 Maryland Institute College of Art General Fine Art Department
2013 MICA GFA By Ryan Wolper
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Maryland Institute College of Art Undergraduate General Fine Art Class of 2013
Peregrine Press By Debbie Schmitt
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Exhibition Catalog of new work from the artists of Peregrine Press, curated by Linda Konheim Kramer, Director of the Nancy Graves Foundation, New York City. The catalog also includes images from the... More > Peregrine Portfolio Project: A set of original prints by 24 member artists in a boxed edition of ten. Peregrine Press is a not for profit, fine arts printmaking cooperative in Portland, Maine. Our mission is: To provide a well-equipped studio for a diverse group of artist members. To celebrate the art of printmaking as an innovative, dynamic and evolving art form. To encourage a synergy of ideas, sharing of techniques, and mutual support. To educate ourselves and the general public in the art of printmaking through lectures, workshops, and exhibits. To mentor the next generation of printmakers by offering membership each year to a graduating print major through a scholarship in memory of Kate Mahoney and Marcie Carner.< Less
2013 MICA DRW By Ryan Wolper
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Maryland Institute College of Art Undergraduate Class of 2013
2013 Ceramics Commencement Exhibition By Ryan Wolper
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2013 Maryland Institute College of Art Ceramics Commencement Exhibition