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(architecture) a form of artistic expression (such as writing or painting or architecture)

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Whether or not this is true, there is little doubt that the art form is growing in popularity and holds promise as a means of popular expression.
It is an art form that stubbornly focuses on expression and form and Pisharody's experience in the field has made this successful.
Focusing solely on the ballet companies with imperial status, the Bolshoi and the Kirov (formerly and currently Mariinsky), Ezrahi traces ballet's dismissal by the Bolsheviks as an art form unable to address the serious issues of Russian life to its rise as the predominant art form of Soviet culture, becoming so ensconced in the international consciousness that Russian ballet became socialism's ultimate ambassador.
This art form, like any other art form is conceptually specific and autonomous.
Samandal, or Salamander in English, is the brainchild of Fadi Baki, Lena Mehrej, Omar Khouri and Hatem Imam, a group of friends well-versed in the international art scene committed to raising the comics genre from child's play to a bonafide art form.
Creating endcaps has become an art form in retail outlets across the country.
Marina Abramovic pioneered performance as a visual art form, exploring her world beginning with her own body.
It aims to create a Muslim domain out of the predominantly western art form of pop music as well as hip hop and is seen as an alternative to music video networks that do not promote values compatible with Muslim culture.
But they're also a great American art form -- one that makes readers laugh, ask questions and fall in love with complex characters.
Among Segal's claims and targets: dwindling ballet audiences; a repertoire "that's decaying"; the infantilization of ballet dancers; ballets that traffic in archaic stereotypes; classics that are inauthentic for today's audiences; an art form that values "prettiness" over beauty and depth; and ballet's irrelevancy to today's world.
YOUR correspondent opined (ECHO Letters, Oct 2) that "the hallmark of graffiti damage consists of bubble writing and outlined childish cartoons" and that the art form was "dated".
Opening the gallery and winery have seemed like natural extensions of the foundry and this idea of creating more than one art form.
Collaborating with colleagues from other disciplines, such as art, history, dance, literature and foreign languages, provides a wealth of ideas for original programming and an opportunity to expand your own appreciation of our art form.
Over a dozen musical films from the last decade are analyzed to explain how artists have interpreted and imbibed such musicals with new life, using psychology, sexuality, and more to revive the art form.
A number of years ago the Arts Council, in one of its many restructurings, jettisoned its specialist art form directorships and departments and subsequently the specialist committees that advised on dance, drama, visual arts, etc.