Art

(redirected from artistic)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
201 Summer Street, 2nd floor Stamford, CT 06901 (203) 358-8853; fax (203) 487-0271 Stephanie Marini, Artistic Director
She most recently served as acting artistic director for Wisconsin's Madison Repertory Theatre.
The means of technological innovation, not easily altered, were to be given new ends, established according to an artistic vision that Kluver accorded an innate humanism, one that the most radical members of his artistic generation had so severely put into question.
Now Manke and his artistic cohorts must find a way for their classical repertory company - which has made quite a noise in L.
The first chapter offers an informative overview of the Venetian artistic and social milieu c.
Around 1989, there was a significant and negative change in the artistic direction of rap music.
Wayne Howell, Managing Director of Artistic Licence, stated: "Both Artistic Licence and Super Vision are leaders in their field and respected pioneers of innovative technology.
Post Secondary Dance Programs A Partnership between George Brown, Toronto City College & Ballet Jorgen Canada Programs: P101--Dance Performance Foundations P102--Dance Performance Studies P103--Commercial Dance Studies Contact: Christine Heath, Artistic Coordinator Tel: (416) 415-5000 ext.
FOR THE FIRST TIME, TCG WILL PARTNER with Dance/USA in offering the New Artistic Leader Institute, a program supported by funds from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Andrew W.
Curator Helen Molesworth's "Work Ethic" ambitiously argues for a new approach to evaluating post-World War II artistic practice.
debut in Berkeley and Los Angeles this summer, prior to disbanding and reconstituting itself under new artistic director Claus Peymann.
In his 1985 monograph "L'ecole de Prague," Kaufmann broke new ground with a revised interpretation of the artistic culture at the Prague court under Rudolf II.