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what is

fine arts?

Fine art is art that is created mainly for its aesthetics or beauty, rather than its functional value. Think about paintings or sculptures for example. This purpose differentiates fine arts from other art forms such as applied art or decorative art.

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what is 2D/3D art?

Historically, 3-dimensional art was presented in the dimensions of height, width, and depth in the form of physical objects such as sculptures. Nowadays, a lot of this is done virtually through software by manipulating polygon meshes and turning them into scenes, characters and objects. 3D and 2D art are used across many different industries such as video games, websites, or movies.

  • 3D Artist
  • 2D Artist
  • Video Game Designer
  • 3D Printing
  • Technician
  • Graphic Designer
  • 3D Designer

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what is ceramics?

Ceramics is the art of making ceramic articles. Ceramics consist of a mixture of clay, powders, earthen elements, and water and then shape them into a specific form. Studio potters can be referred to as ceramic artists, ceramists, ceramicists, or an artist who uses clay as a medium. Much studio pottery is tableware or cookware but an increasing number of studio potters produce non-functional or sculptural items.

  • Ceramics Designer
  • Studio Potter
  • Pottery Instructor
  • Ceramics Instructor
  • Ceramics Engineer

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what is drawing?

Drawing is a visual art form where tools such as pens and inked brushes are used to create art on paper or other surfaces. Some of the most renowned artists such as Pablo Picasso or Leonardo da Vinci have been using this technique to create some of the world’s most recognizable pieces of art.

  • Fashion Designer
  • Graphic Designer
  • Art Teacher
  • Textile Designer
  • Illustrator
  • Technical Illustrator
  • Tattoo Artist

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what is glass design?

Glass design refers to the process of making pieces of art that are made out of glass. It can take many different forms such as sculptures, windows, or glass jewelry. Glass art has been around for centuries and has taken many different forms over the years.

  • Glass Artist
  • Glassblower
  • Glass Designer

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what is jewellery design?

Jewelry design is the art of designing and creating jewelry that many of us wear on a daily basis. Today, key areas of it apart from the design process include metalworking and gem cutting.

  • Jewelry Designer
  • Jewelry Merchandiser
  • Exhibition Manager
  • Production Manager

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what is metalsmithing?

Metalsmiths are craftspeople creating useful items such as tools, armor, kitchenware and more. Smithing is one of the oldest occupations in metalworking and traditionally involves a hammer as a key tool to work the metal.

Metalsmith

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what is painting?

Painters use tools such as brushes to apply paint or other mediums to solid surfaces. A painter, an artist who paints pictures, coats walls, or other surfaces with paint, especially as an occupation. The arguably most famous painting these days is the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci shown at the Louvre in Paris.

  • Fine Artist
  • Instructor
  • Illustrator
  • Visiting Artist

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what is sculpture?

The sculpture is an art form in which plastic or other hard materials are shaped into three-dimensional objects. It is one of the plastic arts. The three traditional methods of sculpture-making are joining, carving, and modeling.

  • Sculptor
  • Fine Artist
  • Industrial Designer
  • Art Teacher
  • Exhibition Designer

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what is wood design

Wood design uses wood as a medium to create pieces such as furniture that serve a specific purpose (i.e. an office desk). Wooden materials are used in innovative ways with a focus on the interplay between aesthetics, function, and production processes.

  • Wood Designer
  • Woodcrafter
  • Furniture Designer

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