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Test I.

Analyze and identify the following items then write your answer of the blank provided before the

_______1. This is a three-dimensional artwork that may be created using stone, marble, wood and

_______2. This is the art of from the appeals to the sense of hearing.

_______3. These are structures that meant to be used as shelter.

_______4. This is the art of language through the combined use of words, creating meaning and

_______5. This is the art form of performance.

_______6. This is the art of the human form. Body is used, mobilized and choreographed in a specific
time, form and space.

_______7. This is a technological translation of theater.

_______8. This is a two-dimensional image of various subjects ranging from real-life images to the
visually abstract.

_______9. He authored Poetics, which he claimed that humans have instincts for imitation and

_______10. A Filipino Poet, essayist, and art critic, said that there is a certain characteristic of Filipino

_______11. He is a renowned art critc and Metropolitan Museum curator who described Philippine
contemporary art with “the feeling [is] that all is possible in the contemporary, conceived as constantly
extending and deepening constellation of art.”

_______12. She founded PETA on 1967 who advocates the use of Filipino theater in inspiring change
and development in society.

_______13. It was established on 1987 and is the resident drama company of cultural center of the
Philippines (CCP).

_______14. It was created on 2004, it is a playwright’s festival of untried, untested,, and unpublished

_______15. He was born on the 3rd day of December, 1912 in Pikit Cotabato.

_______16. This painting features a glimpse of Roman history centered on the bloody carnage brought
by gladiatorial matches.
_______17. It is a Latin word referring to the basement of the Roman Colosseum where fallen and dying
gladiators are dumped and devoid of their wordly possessions.

_______18. He painted the largest painting in the Philippines and the most valuable artwork housed in
the National Museum.

_______19. It is the country’s “overall policy making body, coordinating, and grants giving agency for
preservation, development, and promotion of Philippine culture.”

_______20. He painted the “Juan’s Struggle sa Mundong Nobody’s perfect”.

Test II. Analyze the pictures below and answer the following essay questions. (5 points each)

1. What do these paintings share in common?

2. What makes the Palay Maiden truly Filipino?

Test III. Write True on the blank provided if the statement is correct and False if it is otherwise.

___1. Appropriation does not allow combination of past and present artwoorks.

___2. Contemporary artists did not become innovative these days for they’re still stagnant with the
utilization of canvas and paints as their medium.

___3. Contemporary artists these days utilize public places to show their masterpieces.

___4. Performance of contemporary artists has evolved to “emphasize spontaneous, unpredictable

elements of chance,” according to the Walker Art Center.

___5. In traditional painting, only a few materials are of conventional use.

___6. Contemporary artists may opt to use coffee for painting or carve miniature sculptures using

___7. Technology has no contribution to the evolution of art.

___8. Contemporary artists have used technology in the creation and dissemination.

___9. Music video is an example of a traditional art.

___10. Buildings such as churches, houses and establishments are examples of Architectures.

___11. Painting is a two-dimensional art.

___12. Sculpture of Rizal is an example of a three-dimensional art.

___13. Poems are examples of Dance.

___14. Shakespeare’s play, “Romeo and Juliet” is an example of theater.

___15. Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Regine Velasquez are known in the Music

Test III. Give the meaning of the following abbreviated government agencies responsible for promoting
contemporary Philippine Arts. (5 points each)



3. NLP


5. KWF

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