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Module 1 : Week 1 (CONTEMPORARY PHILIPPINE

ARTS FROM THE REGION-Lesson 1)


Visual Arts
- is a term used to describe a wide array of artistic
Contemporary Art - art of the “now” or art produced disciplines that are appreciated primarily through
in the present. sight.

Forms of Contemporary Arts (focused on visual and 1. Fine Arts


performing arts)
- are the artworks we readily associated with art.
- music
- it was first used to describe the art forms created
- theater primarily for its appearance rather than its practical
use.
- dance
- decorative arts
Common Examples:
- fine arts
- Drawing
- Painting
What is art?
- Sculpture
- Art is a tool for communication whether it is a
painting or a performance as long as it is a venue for - Print
one to convey or express a thought, emotions or
- Graphic art
aspirations.
- Calligraphy
- Art is defined as the manifestation or use of the
various creative disciplines. It is produced by human - Architecture
creativity and skills to express oneself. It comes in
many forms such as literature and media arts but the
most familiar of which is the visual and performing 2. Decorative Arts/ Decorative Crafts
arts.
- are artworks that are both aesthetically pleasing
and functional.
Why do peoples create art? - focus on not only beautiful but also in usefulness.
- Art in one of the earliest and most basic form of
communication. The visual and performing arts are
Common Examples:
the ways for people to express themselves and share
their individual insights to others. - Textile art
- Glassware
VISUAL ARTS - Jewelry
1. Fine Arts - Furniture
2. Decorative Arts - Earthenware
3. Contemporary Art Forms - Metal craft
- Interior design
PERFORMING ARTS
1. Music 3. Contemporary Art Forms
2. Dance - new and unusual art forms that could not be easily
categorized between fine arts and the decorative
3. Theater
arts.
- refers to music that is accessible and commercially
available to the public. It is played or
Common Examples:
disseminated through different mass media outlets
- Assemblage
such as radios, television, and the internet.
- Collage
- Installation
Traditional Music
- Performance art
- Digital art
- are musical forms that are community and
- Land art culturally based. It is diverse with one community or
group often having a different form from another. It
- Conceptual art
is learned and preserved by passing it to one
generation to another through oral communication
and actual performance.
Performing Arts
- comes in many kinds, but all are meant to be
enacted in front of a live audience.
2. Dance

1. Music - is defined as regulated and deliberated order of


body movements. These movements have aesthetic
- is a universal form of art.
value and are often performed accompanied with
- It is the manipulation of sound and silence. music.

- It blends the different elements such as pitch,


rhythm, dynamics, timbre, and texture to create
Dance Forms and Styles
sound.
- It is performed by utilizing different instruments,
vocal techniques, and styles. - Ballet
- Belly dance

Music Genres: - Break dance


- Improvisational dance

Art Music - Hip-hop dance


- Modern dance

- is the umbrella term used to refer to music that - Contemporary dance


stems from Western Classical Music.
- Traditional dance
- It is usually presented and preserved through
written musical notations that were developed in
Europe. 3. Theater
- is a branch of performing arts that often involves
the integration and combination of the visual and
performing arts.
- It is define as a fine art where actors or actresses
perform experiences, whether real or imagined, in
front of a live audience.
Popular Music
- The performers make use of gestures, music, song,
dance, and visual arts to help communicate the story
in front of an audience.
Filipino Art Tendencies
Common Example: 1. Broadest aspect techniques
- Mime 2. Multiple focal points
- Puppetry 3. Highly expressive
- Tragedy 4. Polychromatic
- Opera 5. Maximalism
- Musical Theater 6. Multifunctional
- Traditional Theater 7. Rhythmic patters

Why do artist create art? Formative & Summative Assessment


- Recognition
- Worship Note: Answer this in your quiz notebook.
- Impulse ----------------------------------------------------------------------
- Self-expression Activity #1 (15 points)
Why Study Art?
- expressing oneself In your own words, how do you express art?
What is your definition of art? Present it on the class.
- sharing ideas and emotion
- distinguish and understand individual differences
Instruction: Answer this question in not more than
-it makes us more sensitive to others
ten (10) sentence paragraph.
- develop our decision and problem solving skills
- helps us realize in dealing and solving an obstacles
Activity #2 (20 points)
- helps us realize that there are more than one
correct solution to a problem
Create a concept map about the importance of
- it nurtures imaginations
studying art and report it on the class.
- promote originality and innovativeness

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Attributes of Filipino Integral Art
Assignment #1 (15 points)
- Prof. Felipe M. De Leon Jr., Chair of the NCCA
1. Art is ingrained with beauty and function.
Create a brochure that shows at least five (5) of
2. It is holistic in nature. the different fine arts that are found in your
community. Each art form should have a picture and
3. Art is part of our everyday life.
a caption explaining the artwork.
4. Everybody is an artist.
5. Freedom in the techniques and use of mediums.
Instruction: Create this using Microsoft Publisher.
6. Art makes use of the available resources.
7. The creative process is given more importance
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rather than the finished work.
Performance Task #1 (50 points)
Create an art form of your choosing that could
express the meaning of love. Use different forms of
visual arts or the different categories of performing
arts.

Note: Perform or show your work in the class.