Fine arts, visual arts, plastic arts, performance arts, applied arts and decorative arts are the major classifications of the arts. Several of these classifications have sub-classifications associated with them. More »

The main branches of philosophy include axiology, epistemology, metaphysics and logic. There are also various subdivisions within the three branches, such as ethics and aesthetics. More »

The U.S. News and World Report publishes an annual list of the best national universities. It further publishes rankings of the best liberal arts colleges, the best regional universities, best medical schools and the bes... More »

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Different art media include painting, drawing, sculpture, crafts, photography, performance, new media, installation art, architecture and design. The number of art media are not static because new methods and materials f... More »

Generally, a patron of the arts is defined as a person who supports artists with contributions of financial support, gifts, effort or endorsement. The art patronage system was historically significant throughout Europe d... More »

Three examples of fine arts are painting, sculpture and drawing, and three examples of practical arts are needlework, woodwork and pottery. Where fine arts are created primarily for aesthetic purposes, practical arts hav... More »

Art modeling studios and modeling opportunities can be found through local colleges, universities and creative arts centers. For those wishing to model without access to those options, many online job search sites provid... More »

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