To move rhythmically to music, typically following a set sequence of steps. To move in a quick lively way. There are various styles of dance including, cultural and Folkloric dances of specific countries and ethnic groups. Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Latin are all popular styles of dances at the moment.
A monologue refers to a speech by one character. A monologue is a means of expressing thoughts and emotions. A dramatic monologue usually occurs when a character is facing an extreme crisis or an important event in the story. An effective monologue should express the wants, needs or emotions of the characters or the audience.
The word mural originates from the Latin word “murus”, meaning wall. Today we can define murals as any piece of artwork painted or applied directly onto a wall, ceiling or other larger permenant surfaces. The art of muralism flourished during the 1920’s, after the Mexican revolution. It is during this time that murals got a new dimension as a powerful visual communication tool.
Fine art photography describes any image taken by a camera where the intention is asthetic rather than scientific, commercial or journalistic. Photos may also be incorporated into mixed media installation art and assemblage art. www.visual-art-cork.com
Poetry is a form of written word that has pattern and rhythm and rhyme. Expressions of feelings and ideas is given intensity by the use of distinctive style and rhythm. It can be serious or it can be fun. Poetry is as creative as you make it.
Portraiture is a very old art form going back at least to ancient Egypt, where it flourished from about 5,000 years ago. Before the invention of photography, a painted, sculpted, or drawn portrait was the only way to record the appearance of someone. Portraits have been used to show the power, importance, virtue, beauty, wealth, taste, learning or other qualities of the sitter. www.tate.org.uk
Sculpture, also known as “Plastic Arts”, is the only branch of visual arts that is specifically concerned with expressive three-dimension form. www.visual-arts-cork.com