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Applied Arts

 

a field of the arts that encompasses a number of artistic mediums. The applied arts are devoted to the production of articles intended primarily for everyday use.

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Art Deco Mailboxes: An Illustrated Design History documents the heyday of the decorated mailbox as an urban art object that evolved from applied art deco techniques, and is a recommendation for any interested in folk art and art deco history.
So far, applied art and art education departments in Helwan University have teams competing for the Designopia Geeks award.
LONDON, May 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Royal College of Art has announced that its new applied arts building due to open in autumn 2014, is to be named 'The Sir Po-Shing and Lady Helen Woo Applied Art Department' in honour of the couple's long association with the RCA.
Maria, 18, achieved three As in applied art and design and textiles.
In fact, over the past ten years, Ruthin Craft Centre estimates that about two million visitors have enjoyed the selection of crafts and applied art displayed during the tour.
Emma George from Alnwick and Mal Rhodes of Morpeth, who are both studying the foundation degree in Applied Art at the Ashington-based college, will display their creations at the Alnwick Garden this month and next as part of the Network Artists annual art tour.
The group hails from a wide variety of art backgrounds including photography, fine art, applied art, graphics and textiles.
Sculpture, fine art and applied art will be all be judged together when 150 original pieces on the longlist are exhibited at St David's Hall from June 26 as part of Cardiff Festival.
The relationship between fine art and applied art (represented here by ceramics) has not always been a comfortable one, says James.
The designs for the transformation of Ruthin Craft Centre into the Premier Centre for Applied Art Wales received planning permission in September 2005.
to illustrate the history of fine and applied art in Wales;
It helps young people take up new GCSEs in subjects such as engineering and applied art and design, which can develop the skills they need to secure a job when they leave school.

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