art for arts sake:
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Because we would not want you to go into your weekend all happy and stuff. We want to bring you pain. And because of that, we bring you….Brian Hancock
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The difference between the learned person and the commoner is often a matter of aesthetics instead of a matter of actual knowledge. Through an early start in the field of arts and crafts, children are taught the primary and most important distinctions between the mundane, everyday objects of life, and those which are created with larger motives in mind – art.
In art classes, it is not only the basic forms which are taught to the children, but the appreciation of various types of human expression and the uniqueness of aesthetic expression. This becomes especially important because aesthetics gives the child an early start in individuality and capacity for appreciating change and novelty, as developed by the child’s capacity to appreciate the various ways artists new and old alike can render a single given scene. Artistic license, after all, is always an exercise in individuality and freedom.
Art lessons are also a great way to integrate fun and enjoyment with other more important issues such as basic skills mastery. For pre-school children involved in art classes, it can be their defining edge when the time for actual technical schooling starts. This is especially true since the children of today are rated on the basis of their performance of basic sensori-motor skills as well, and since the skills such as hand dexterity and ability to manipulate objects at will and with skill is important in children’s endeavors such as the learning of how to write.
Children’s art classes often constitute one of the first social interactions for the child outside of the context of the home and family. Because of this, learning the value of art also becomes a venue for young children to improve their skills in making social relationships. However, it is not only social skills developed for the sake of social skills that are occurring here. Instead, social skills are actually an important starting point for art because art is often the result of social development, aside from aesthetic development. In other words, art is the result of the child’s ability to express social realities and social facts discovered while in interaction with others – through the use of artistic terms and specific media.
Finally, fun art projects is not only a way for children to enjoy themselves while still in the carefree stages of youth, but is also an excellent way to develop the child’s own psychology since art lessons always involve the possibility of a greater sense of fulfillment at the end of the day. There are few things, after all, as encouraging and as emotionally and psychologically productive as a successful work of art to give children a sense of achievement, to help children recognize their potentials, and to give the children a sense of opportunity.
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