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content the things that are held or included in something.
audience a group of people who have come to a place to see or hear a film, performance, speech etc.
abstract expressing the artist’s ideas or feelings rather than showing the exact appearance of people or things
visual relating to things that you can see
sculpture a solid object that someone makes as a work of art by shaping a substance such as stone, metal, or wood
installation a piece of art that consists of several different objects or pictures arranged to produce a particular effect
photography the process of taking pictures or using a camera to record scenes or events
graffiti words or pictures drawn on walls in public places
statue a human or animal image that is made of stone, wood, metal etc
design the process of deciding how something will be made, including how it will work and what it will look like
to communicate to express thoughts, feelings, or information to another person or animal, for example by speaking or writing
architecture a particular style or way of designing buildings
animation the process or result of making cartoons
collage a picture made by sticking pieces of different materials together on a surface
comics a magazine that contains stories told in a series of drawings
drawing the activity or skill of making pictures with a pen or pencil
film-making the direction or production of films for the cinema or televisio
illustration a picture, drawing, or photograph used for decorating a book or explaining something
painting the activity of using paint to create a picture
printmaking the art or process of making pictures by pressing paper against a surface that has a raised design covered with ink
Created by: svetaryshkevich
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