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Being an artist and looking for an art school that’s going to offer what you want and need to succeed in today’s competitive art world may be hard, but there are things to look out for in order to find the best and most rewarding art school in the UK. In this article, we’ll show you what to look out for.
For starters: Why should I go to art school?
Many artists don’t believe in going somewhere to “learn” a talent, but in reality, going to an art school can help refine techniques and help those learn new networking ways in order to market their creations. It will also give a form of validity for those looking to pursue professional art careers at a corporation or small business, rather than their own art store.
Things to know when choosing:
You should always look at your priorities first when it comes to art school. Choosing the right school is a very important decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. You know you want to go to art school but what kind of art school and other factors go into the decision?
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Albanian police say they have foiled an art-trafficking ring seeking to sell hundreds of works of art abroad.
Prime Minister Edi Rama said the artworks seized – reportedly more than 1,000 – could fill an entire museum.
Among them were paintings, icons and murals thought to have been taken from churches and cultural centres in south-east Albania and Macedonia.
Their value was estimated at hundreds of thousands of dollars, Albania’s Top TV reported.
Welcoming the police operation, Mr Rama said the artwork had “risked joining the long list of works that have crossed the country’s borders”.
He said it was one of the largest operations against art trafficking, but that it marked just the beginning of a campaign in which he appealed to Albanians to “redress this lamentable plight of our heritage”.
Experts say that Albania’s Orthodox churches have been plundered of much of their art work since the fall of communism, and that the trafficking of stolen art is widespread.
“[Albanian society] has forgotten that this might be our temporary house, but it remains the perennial abode of generations to come and we owe it to them to pass on the country we inherited from our ancestors,” the prime minister said.
State news agency ATA reported
Having a decent conversation is something most of us imagine we can do without any problem – and certainly without much thought. These things just happen naturally. Don’t they?
But in truth, truly good conversations come along very rarely; largely because our societies fall for the Romantic myth that knowing how to talk to other people is something we are born knowing how to do, rather than an art dependent on a little planning and a few skills. We rightly accept that total improvisation in preparing a meal is unlikely to yield good outcomes; but we show no such caution or modesty when it comes to how we might talk over the food once it has been made. Finding oneself in a good conversation can feel as haphazard and random as stumbling on a beautiful square in a foreign city at night – and realising one won’t reliably know how to get back there in daytime.
The search for better conversations should begin with the question of what a conversation is ideally for. And here two basic functions suggest themselves: confirmation and clarification.
The official story of what life is like leaves out a daunting amount about who we really are. Too much
Don Draper seems to think so. If you’re familiar with TV’s “Mad Men” — the second half of its final season begins airing in April — you know that one of the central conceits of the show’s plot is sparked when Don, the protagonist, has his artistic integrity challenged or questioned by uninitiated, small-minded clients. With a little foresight you can ask this question, about ads and art, and see another, larger one looming behind it: What Is Art? It’s a question that has been known to cause the skin of critics and plebeians alike to crawl. It doesn’t have a correct answer, because it isn’t possible to speak objectively about a subjective concept. And yet we all feel pretty comfortable with the notion that some things are art and some things are not. It’s just that, for the most part, we’d rather let someone else make the call.
But let’s, if only this once, make a decision. Let’s settle the question right here and now: Can advertising be art?
For starters, Dwayne W. Waite, Jr. at talentzoo makes a compelling case that, no, it can’t be.
Waite’s argument is based on a handful of basic elements which he argues are limited by