Definitions

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  • noun The production of art

Etymologies

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art +‎ making

Examples

  • Which brings me to a second event that shaped my path in artmaking, and more or less codified the first experience.

    Life-affirming contradictions

  • Which brings me to a second event that shaped my path in artmaking, and more or less codified the first experience.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • The choices are even greater at the Maryland Institute College of Art, where fine art graduate students may obtain MFAs in photographic and electronic media, "curatorial practice," multidisciplinary artmaking (Mount Royal School of Art), painting (Hoffberger School of Painting), sculpture (Rinehart School of Sculpture), studio art (a low-residency program) and "community arts."

    Daniel Grant: New M.F.A. Programs Focus on Art in the Public Realm

  • For example, New York's School of Visual now offers two MFA options for fine artists -- the first is a traditional program (MFA--Fine Arts) and the second is one focused on students involved in interdisciplinary artmaking (MFA -- Art Practice).

    Daniel Grant: New M.F.A. Programs Focus on Art in the Public Realm

  • The rest of the films focus on the artmaking process which, in the cases of Messrs.

    Tacita Dean Reflects on Time

  • The choices are even greater at the Maryland Institute College of Art, where fine art graduate students may obtain MFAs in photographic and electronic media, "curatorial practice," multidisciplinary artmaking (Mount Royal School of Art), painting (Hoffberger School of Painting), sculpture (Rinehart School of Sculpture), studio art (a low-residency program) and "community arts."

    Daniel Grant: New M.F.A. Programs Focus on Art in the Public Realm

  • The choices are even greater at the Maryland Institute College of Art, where fine art graduate students may obtain MFAs in photographic and electronic media, "curatorial practice," multidisciplinary artmaking (Mount Royal School of Art), painting (Hoffberger School of Painting), sculpture (Rinehart School of Sculpture), studio art (a low-residency program) and "community arts."

    Daniel Grant: New M.F.A. Programs Focus on Art in the Public Realm

  • For example, New York's School of Visual now offers two MFA options for fine artists -- the first is a traditional program (MFA--Fine Arts) and the second is one focused on students involved in interdisciplinary artmaking (MFA -- Art Practice).

    Daniel Grant: New M.F.A. Programs Focus on Art in the Public Realm

  • Their purpose was nothing less than to overturn the entire tradition of artmaking as it had existed since ancient times, a tradition of which Picasso was both heir and beneficiary.

    A Magical Metamorphosis of the Ordinary

  • For example, New York's School of Visual now offers two MFA options for fine artists -- the first is a traditional program (MFA--Fine Arts) and the second is one focused on students involved in interdisciplinary artmaking (MFA -- Art Practice).

    Daniel Grant: New M.F.A. Programs Focus on Art in the Public Realm

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