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Art

Any visual, creative material. Examples of art include drawings, videos and computer graphics. Art may be bought and sold as an asset (indeed, famous art such as the Mona Lisa is worth many millions of dollars), but it is also used in marketing to help a product appeal to buyers.
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During the nine years in which the scheme has been in effect, 135 applicants from different artistic expressions benefitted from this scheme.
For his part, Hilbay said the PNP will be violating the guarantee of freedom of artistic expression under the 1987 Constitution if it pursues its plan to file a case against its producers.
Freemuse is a global organisation that advocates for freedom of artistic expression by artists.
Through this comprehensive analysis we have identified 18 countries, including China, Cuba, India, Malaysia, Nigeria, Poland, Spain, Turkey and the US, that have exhibited alarming developments in how they treat artists and their freedom of artistic expression, and are ones to keep a watch on throughout 2018.
Through artistic expression, Athletes for Art promotes building relationships, simulating imaginations, various viewpoints, and inspiring athletes to become global ambassadors for change.
"Each artist has interpreted the theme in their own way, making this a celebration of the myriad of artistic expression throughout Islamic culture.
As well as using pop art to link artistic expression, celebrity culture and advertising, Warhol coined the phrase '15 minutes of fame', founded Interview magazine and was a media multi-disciplinarian as well as being openly gay well ahead of his time.
1984: Britain's Torvill and Dean skated their way to gold at the Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, getting maximum points for artistic expression.
From enslaved craftspersons to contemporary painters, printmakers and sculptors, African American artists have created a wealth of artistic expression that addresses common experiences, such as exclusion from dominant cultural institutions, and confronts questions of identity and community.
He also says that the United States believes in the right of artistic expression and free speech.