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Who Artists What Arts Etymology ars, artis History Traditionally there was a division between: Liberal Arts Mechanical Arts This has led to a number of Branches of Arts Broader Terms Art Class: Arts Culture Categories Narrower Terms Library of Congress Scope Note Narrower Term: Art Narrower Term: Mormon arts Narrower Term: Buddhism and the arts Narrower Term: Christianity and the arts Narrower Term: Community arts projects Narrower Term: Ethnic arts Narrower Term: Feminism and the arts Narrower Term: People with disabilities and the arts Narrower Term: Mass media and the arts Narrower Term: Microcomputers and the arts Narrower Term: Motion pictures and the arts Narrower Term: Performing arts Narrower Term: Psychoanalysis and the arts Narrower Term: Revival movements (Art) Narrower Term: Science and the arts Narrower Term: Semiotics and the arts Narrower Term: Socialism and the arts Narrower Term: Sound recordings and the arts Narrower Term: Technology and the arts Narrower Term: Tourism and the arts Narrower Term: Labor unions and the arts Narrower Term: Unfinished works of art Narrower Term: Dissident arts Narrower Term: Drugs and the arts Narrower Term: Television and the arts Narrower Term: Freemasonry and the arts Narrower Term: AIDS (Disease) and the arts Narrower Term: Comparative arts Narrower Term: Indian arts Narrower Term: Motherhood and the arts Narrower Term: Bahai arts Narrower Term: Liturgy and the arts Narrower Term: Hybridity (Social sciences) and the arts Narrower Term: Multimedia (Art) Narrower Term: Democracy and the arts Narrower Term: Postcolonialism and the arts Narrower Term: Communication and the arts Narrower Term: Shinto arts Narrower Term: Mentoring in the arts Narrower Term: Dreams and the arts Narrower Term: Documentary mass media and the arts Narrower Term: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), and the arts Narrower Term: Neurosciences and the arts Narrower Term: Agriculture and the arts When Art History How Art Techniques Why Philosophy of Art Art Theory The Encyclopedic Knowledge Reference has the following artifacts: Artifacts: criteria, intention and purpose, meaning, integrity, content and form, aesthetics, technique, significance, social, moral, religious; experience, apprehension, interpretation, appreciation; criticism
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