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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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Widespread in the decorative and applied art of Central Asia and Middle East countries on the tirma shawl of India, on the textiles and manufactured products of Iran, buta has 4 forms: the one used in carpet decorations, represented in a family life, having symbolical meaning, and the one with different shapes of buta.
It offers a selection of visual and applied art, from open studios, temporary public artworks, installations, popshows, film, performance, exhibitions in galleries and community spaces.
For him, fashion is an applied art that can impact many lives.
This book, also available in English translation, accompanies an exhibition in the Gemeentemuseum The Hague, and was arranged by Jan Veenendaal, a prominent collector and expert on Asian applied art of the VOC period.
So far, applied art and art education departments in Helwan University have teams competing for the Designopia Geeks award.
Maria, 18, achieved three As in applied art and design and textiles.
In 1979, Erdely presented this swirling, moveable relief to his teacher, Erno Rubik at the Hungarian University of Applied Art.
Birmingham has a long history of collecting and presenting contemporary applied art.
An exhibition of national Uzbek tubeteika (skullcaps) will be held at the State Museum of Applied Art of Uzbekistan.
There will be a large multi-media display which includes both fine and applied art, including the moving image and performance art, at Y Lle Celf.
The Shelley College student achieved one of the top 10 GCSE marks in the country for applied art and design, out of more than 3,000 entrants.
The 21 media design (publishing) and applied art students spent seven days in New York making industry contacts and touring galleries.

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