Anarchism has long had an association with the creative arts, particularly in music and literature. It shares these traits with other radical political movements, such as socialism, communism and even fascism. Some of this art, like punk rock, would become partially co-opted by capitalist industry (a process called "recuperation" by the situationists). ...more on Wikipedia about "Anarchism and the arts"
Arts of the ancient world refers to the many types of art that were in the cultures of ancient societies, such as those of ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece and Rome ...more on Wikipedia about "Arts of the ancient world"
:For other uses of the term credit, see the Credit disambiguation page. ...more on Wikipedia about "Credit (creative arts)"
The term fine art was first attested in 1767, as a translation from the French term beaux arts. It referred to the arts that were "concerned with beauty or which appealed to taste" (SOED 1991). The term has been used to designate a limited number of visual art forms, including painting, sculpture, and printmaking, and is still used by schools, institutes, and other organizations to indicate a traditional perspective on the visual arts, often implying an association with classic or academic art. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fine art"
The term liberal arts has come to mean studies that are intended to provide general knowledge and intellectual skills, rather than more specialized occupational or professional skills. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liberal arts"
The Arts includes much of what is covered by the term Fine art (and some would generalize to Art) and also includes the Liberal arts taught in medieval universities of the Trivium and the Quadrivium and Architecture. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Arts"
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