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Robert Beeching (robprod)
Sun, 14 Dec 1997 23:42:29 -0800

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> From: Robert Beeching <robprod> > To: ArtsEdNet > Subject: RE: PRIMITIVE ART + WEB PAGE DESIGN > > In response to Judy J: "art and artists debate" > > ALL SO-CALLED "PRIMITIVE" ART was/is based on "cultural transmissions"; > something which appears sadly lacking in current U.S. art education > practices. > > During the past two thousand years, Nigerians have continued to pass on > their cultivated techniques of drawing, painting, printing, weaving, and > sculpture through process/skill development to their young; master > artisans passing on to the neophyte with strict limitations on personal > "creativity." > > The consistency of "quality" production of Nigerian art through the ages > has been achieved through repetitive practice not unlike conventions > found in the teaching of Music, Dance, Drama, and Sports. Visual Arts > are no different. All Artists begin as "craftspersons." Those who begin > to show the ability to refine their personal statements may, in time, > become "Artists." > > Like the word "LOVE," "ART" has become an UMBRELLA WORD covering > anything and nothing of significance at the same time. > -----------------------rb > > In response to: > > QUICK WEB PAGE CONSTRUCTION FOR NON-PROGRAMMERS AND SIMPLE ANIMATION > TECHNIQUES FOR BEGINNERS: > > SEE: <http://www.microsoft.com/frontpage/default.htm> FOR WEB PAGE > DESCRIPTION > > SEE: <http://members.tripod.com/~robprod/index.html> FOR EXAMPLES + > FLASH 2 FESTIVAL; a quick way to get into COMPUTER ANIMATION AND GRAPHIC > DESIGN. > > "BEAUTY IS AS BEAUTY DOES." > -----------------------------------------------------------rb > > > ------------------- Part.001 follows ------------------- > MZ=90 > > >

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