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CORART  Allows people to reflect

on certain social issues


Humanities – study of human of contemporary times
experience
Subject – topic being described
- internal world or represented in an artwork
 Emotions  Person
 Dreams  Object
 Aspirations  Events
- subjective – opinions/ - answers the question
personal views “what is it?”
- difficult to be measured Theme – refers to the ideas,
emotions, sentiments of the
- inaccurate
artist
- makes our life pleasing
- something beyond
and delightful
- what should be
Branches:
identified
1. Philosophy
Mode Styles of Subject:
2. Literature
3. Language of 1. Realism – how it really
4. Social looks like
Science expression
2. Distortion – artist tries
5. Arts to alter the subject based
6. Music on his own imagination
3. Abstraction – artist
Science – external world
rearranges the different
- objective – facts and parts of the subject
evidences 4. Non-objectivism – no
subject
- can be measured - there is an
interplay of different
- precised and structured elements of art
- makes our life and Elements of Art
comfortable
1. Space – void or emptiness
Contemporary Art – Science +  Positive – space
Humanities within an enclosed
line
- is an art that springs
out present day events and  Negative – space
passion of the people outside that
enclosed line
Characteristics: 2. Line – extension of a
point
 Works in a culturally  Direction –
diverse society vertical,
 Mixture of different horizontal, diagonal
technique, style and  Character – broken
material lines, dots, curves
3. Shape – figure separate
from its background
- 2D  Subordination – give
Types: little importance to
 Geometric – shapes a detail
that has angles
 Organic – curves Ways to Emphasize:
 Form – 3D
 Shading
4. Colors – mixture of
 Zooming
organic or synthetic
pigments used as dyes or  Highlight
paints  Value
- gives life to make 6. Harmony – arrangement of
it pleasing elements
5. Value – degree of - united whole
lightness or darkness of a 7. Proportion or
color Appropriateness –
- emphasize the agreement of different
object where you want to elements of parts of your
focus on artwork
6. Texture – surface or Literature – body of written
background that could works
either be tangible or
intangible 1. Amado V. Hernandez
 Tangible – any  Luhang Buwaya
canvass  Mga Ibong Mandaragit
 Intangible - music  Si Atang at and
Dulaan
Principles of Design – criteria 2. Jose Garcia Villa
to construct for judgment of an  The Anchored Angel
artwork  The Emperor’s New
Sonnet
 Design – overall structure
 Footnote to Youth
of an artwork
3. Nick Joaquin
- organization of
different elements  Manila, My Manila
1. Balance – distribution of  Cave and Shadows
weight  A Portrait of the
 Symmetrical – two Artist as a Filipino
parts/sides are congruent 4. Carlos P. Romulo
 I am a Filipino
 Asymmetrical – two
 I walked with Heroes
parts/sides are not
congruent or identical  Last man Off Bataan
2. Rhythm – repetitive 5. Francisco Arellana
pattern in an artwork  The Flowers of May
3. Variety – assortment and  Poetry and Politics:
the use of different The State of
elements of arts Original Writing in
- avoid English in the
uniformity/dullness Philippines Today
4. Movement – gestures that 6. Nestor Vicente Madali
conveys emotion or idea Gonzales
5. Emphasis and Subordination  The Winds of April:
 Emphasis – to give A Season of Grace
importance to a 7. Carlos Quirino
specific detail  Man of Destiny
 The Great Malayan
 Philippine  Playground
Cartography Demonstration
 Filipinos at War 2. Leonor Orosa Goquingco
8. Edith L. Tiempo  TREND: Return to
 A Blade of Fern Native
 Commend Contend  In a Javanese Garden
 The Builder  Noli Dance Suite
9. Franciso Sionil Jose  The Flagellant
 Po-on  The Creation
 Ermita  Filipinescas:
 Gagamba Philippine Life,
 My Brother, My Legend and Lore
Executioner 3. Laucrecia R. Urtula
10. Virgilio S. Almario  Singkil
 UP Diksyunaryong  Vinta
Filipino  Tagabili
 Palipad-Hangin  Padgiwata
 Buwan, Buwang,  Salidsid
Bulawan 4. Ramon Obusan
11. Alejandro R. Roces  Vamos a Belen!
 Of Cocks and Kites Series
 Fiesta  Noon Po sa Amin
 Something to Crow  Obra Maestra
About  Unpublished Dances
12. Dr. Bienvenido of the Philippines
Lumbera  Saplot: Philippines
 KaBel Costumes in Dance
 Abot-Tanaw 5. Alice Reyes
 Sulyap at Surisa  Amada
Nagbabagong Kultura  At a Maranaw
at Lipunan Gathering
 Tales of the Manuvu  Itim-Asu
13. Lazaro Francisco  Tales of the Manuvu
 Bayang Nagpatiwakal  Rama Hari
 Binhi at Bunga 6. Lisa Macuja-Elizalde
 Maganda pa ang  Project Ballet
Daigdig Futures
14. Cirilo F. Bautista  Artist Welfare
 Boneyard Beaking Project, Inc.
 Sugat ng Salita 7. Fely Franquelli
 The Archipelago  Hindu Temple Dance
 White Eagle
Dance  Chinese Legend
1. Francisca Reyes Aquino  Tabu
 Philippine National  Sacro Monte
Dances 8. Antonio Limuaco “Tony”
Fabella
 Gymnastics for Girls
 Dancing to Czerny
 Fundamental Dance
Steps and Music  Dancing to Verdi
 Foreign Folk Dances  Sayaw Pinoy
 Dances for all  Dalagang Pilipina
Occasion Fashion Design – form of art
dedicated to the creation of
clothing and other lifestyle  Ecce Homo (Behold
accessories the Man)
 Calvario (Calvary)
1. Mark Tamayo 4. Guillermo Estrella
 Dark Paradise – Tolentino
different shades of  Bonifacio Monument
grey in Caloocan City
2. Harvic Dominguez  Oblation in UP
 Cordilleran Weaves Diliman
3. Geo Rapanan  Filipinas on Bondage
 What it is – Bridal  Bronze medals for
Gown Collection the Ramon Magsaysay
4. Ramon Valera Award
 Traje de Boda/ Maria 5. Napoleon Veloso Abueva
Clara  Kaganapan
 Philippine Terno  Kiss of Judas
5. Josie Natori  Transfiguration at
 Lingerie the Eternal Garden
 Tunics with matching memorial Park
pants  Fredesvinda in Fort
Sculptures – three-dimensional Canning, Singapore
art  Siyan na Diwata ng
Sining
1. Eduardo Castrillo
 The Virgin Music
 Youth’s Cry of 1. Antonio J. Molina
Defiance  Hating gabi
 Rajah Sulayman  Misa Antoninia Grand
 The People Power Festival Mass
Monument  Ang Batingaw
 The Battle of Zapote  Amihan
Bridge  Awitin ni Maria
2. Isabelo Tampinco Clara
 Exposicion Universal  Kung sa Iyong Gunita
de Barcelona
 Pandangguhan
 Exposicion Regional
 Larawan Nitong
de Filipinas
Pilipina
 St. Louis Exposition 2. Jovita Fuentes
 Mento Civil from  Portrayal of Cio-cio
Governor – General san in Giacomo
Domingo Moriones for Puccini’s Madame
loyal services to Butterfly at Italy’s
the king of Spain in Teatro Municipale di
the art of sculpting Piacenza
3. Bonifacio Flores Arévalo
 Title role of Salome
 La Purisima
 Special role of
Conception (The
Princess Yang Gui Fe
Immaculate
in Li Tai Pe
Conception)
3. Antonino Buenaventura
 San Rafael (St.
 Triumphant March
Raphael)
 Echoes of the Past
 Cristo de Velasquez
 History Fantasy
(Christ of
Velasquez)
 Echoes from the  Payapang
Pgilippines Daigdig
 Ode to Freedom  Ako’y Pilipino
 Pandanggo sa Ilaw  Lupang Tinubuan
 Philippines  Ama Namin
Triumphant 7. Levi Celerio
 Mindanao Sketches  Ang pasko ay sumapit
4. Lucrecia R. Kasilag  Sa ugoy ng duyan
 Orchestral Music 8. Jose M. Maceda
 Love Songs  Pagsamba
 Legend of the  Cassette 100
Sarimanok  Ugnayan
 Ang Pamana 9. Prof. Andrea Veneracion
 Philippine 10. Ernani J. Cuenco
Scenes  Inang Bayan
 Her Son  Bato sa Buhangin
 Jose  Gaano Kita Kamahal
 Chamber Music  Ang Panday
 Awit ng mga  The Killing of Satan
Awit Psalm 11. Francisco F.
 Fantaisie on a Feliciano
4-Note Theme  Buksan mo ang aming
 East Meets Jazz mga labi
Ethnik  Mass of Saint Andrew
5. Lucio San Pedro  Pamugun
 Orchestral Music  Pokpok alimpako
 The Devil’s  Three Visayan
Bridge folksongs: for high
 Malakas at voice
Maganda  La Loba Negra
Overtune  Ashen Wings
 Prelude and  Sikhay sa Kabila ng
Fugue in D Paalam
minor  Salimbayan
 Vocal Music 12. Ramon Pagayon Santos
 Lulay  Chevalier de I’Oedre
 Sa Ugoy ng des Arts et Lettres
Duyan  Ding Ding nga Diwaya
 In the Silence  Ang Hardin ng Ligaya
of the Night  Ang Putting waling-
 Band Music waling
 Dance of the Architecture and Allied Arts
Fairies
 Triumphal March 1. Juan D. Nakpil
 Lahing  1937 International
Kayumanggi Eucharistic Congress
6. Felipe Padilla de Leon altar
 Lupang Hinirang  Rebuilt Quiapo
 Payapang Daigdig Church in 1930
 Noche Buena  Rizal Theatre
 Pasko Na Naman  UP Administration
 Choral Music and University
Library
 Reconstructed Rizal 4. Daisy H. Avellana
house  Starred: Othello
2. Pablo S. Antonio  Directed: Diego
 Administration and Silang
Science buildings  Screenplays: Sakay
 Manila Polo Club 5. Severino Montano
 Ideal Theatre  Sabina
 Lyric Theatre  But Not my Sons Any
 Galaxy Theatre Longer
3. Leandro V. Locsin  Gabriela Silang
 UP Los Baños  The Love of Leonor
Dioscoro Umali Hall Rivera
 Main Auditorium 6. Salvador F. Bernal
 Freedom Park and  Harnessed the design
Main Library potential
 Ayala Museum inexpensive local
 Philippine Pavilion materials
of the World Expo in  Maximizing the use
Osaka, Japan of bamboo
 Istama Nurul Iman  Raw abaca and abaca
4. Arch. Ildefonso P. Santos fiber
 Rizal Park  Hemp twine
 Loyola Memorial Park  Rattan chain links
 Tagaytay Highland and gauze cacha
Resort
 Rain Tree Sports Visual Arts – art forms that
include many artistic
Club
5. Jose Maria V. Zaragoza disciplines that involves
aspects that are visual in
 Meralco Building
nature
 Sto. Domingo Church
and Convent 1. Cesar F. Legaspi
 Pink Sisters Convent  Morning Dance
 Metropolitan  Tree Planting
Cathedral of Cebu  Man and Woman
City 2. Hernando R. Ocampo
Theatre  Man and Carabo
 Ina ng Balon
1. Honorata “Atang” dela Rama 3. Arturo R. Luz
 Dalagang BUkid  Candle Vendors
 Oriental Blood  Bagong Tain
 Batong Buhay  Cities of the Past
2. Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero 4. Ang Kiukok
 Half an hour in a  Angry Figures
Convent  Fighting Gifures
 Wanted: A Chaperon  Crucifixion
 Three Rats 5. Benedicto R. Cabrera
 Our Strange Ways  Sabel in Blue
3. Rolando S. Tinio  Yellow Confetti
 Translated to  The Oriental Fan
Tagalog Sophocles 6. Abdulmari Asia Imao
 Shakespeare and  Sarimanok paintings
Beckett and sculptures
 Sitsit sa Kuliglig 7. Federico Aguilar Alcuaz
 Tres Marias  El Filibusterismo
 Still Life with  Daigdig ng mga Api
Landscape  Lilet
 Reveries of Love  Juan de la Cruz
8. Francisco V. Coching  Fernando Poe Jr.
 Da Adventures of 2. Lamberto V. Avellana
Pedro Penduko  Sergeant Hasan
 Lapu-Lapu  Destination Vietnam
 Sabas  The Evil Within
3. Eddie S. Romero
Painting – an art form created 4. Ishmael Bernal
using pigments on a surface  Pahiram ng Isang
such as paper or canvas Umaga
1. Fernando Amorsolo  Broken Marriage
 Planting Rice  Himala
 Fruit Gatherer  Manila by Night
 Under the Mango Tree  Relasyon
2. Carlos V. Francisco  Nunal sa Tubig
 Planting the First 5. Catalino “Lino” Ortiz
Cross Brocka
 Filipinos Struggle  Insiang
through the Years 6. Fernando Poe Jr.
 First Mass at  Ang Probinsyano
Lumasawa  Ang Panday
3. Victorio C. Edades  Isang Bala Ka Lang
 The Builders  Pilipinas Kong Mahal
 The Sketch  Agila ng Maynila
 The Wrestlers 7. Miguel “Mike” Enriquez
4. Vicente S. Manansala  Saksi
 Bayanihan  24 oras
 Luksong-Tinik  Dobol B sa news TV
 Stations of the  Imbestigador
Cross 8. Nathanial “Mang Tani” Cruz
5. J. Elizaalde Navarro 9. Manuel Conde
 Passengers on to  Ibong Adarna
Central Station  Si Juan Tamad
 The Frog Dance  Siete Infantes de
 The Ilongot War lara
Dance  Genghis Khan
6. Jose T. Joya  Ikaw kasi!
 Hills of Nikko  Juan Tamad Goes To
 Granadean Arabesque Congress
 Dimension of Fear

Films and Broadcast

1. Gerardo “Gerry” de Leon


 Sawa sa Lumang
Simboryo
 Hanggang sa Dulo ng
Daigdig
 Huwag mo Akong
Limutin
 Noli Me Tangere