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How does art influence society

  1. Alcóntar's subnormal trip to the Moon / VERKAMI
    1. La Tarumba - Tarumbeando en Casa (Tarumbeando at Home)
    2. All eyes see alike? | Benjamín Ossa | TEDxRenca
    3. SMOK DEE - LEGACY (feat. DJ Ropo & Satrumentalz)

Alcóntar's subnormal trip to the Moon / VERKAMI

These groups, if they have the opportunities offered by the Administrations or private Foundations, can learn the techniques for the creation of works of Art, develop their artistic skills, acquire knowledge for the commercialization of their work and thus get out of the risk of social exclusion and marginality.

A well-known case of leaving marginality thanks to Art is the artist Lita Cabellut, who went from begging in the streets of Barcelona to being internationally recognized, thanks to being welcomed by a bourgeois family that allowed her to train and develop as an artist.

In the Rotary eClub of Latinoamerica we already developed a fundraising strategy called Art4Sight to finance a Matching Grant for the Avoidable Blindness project. Essentially it consisted of creating works of art and selling them. This involved Clubs in several countries.

Another Social Art Foundation is that of the artist Ramon Llinas, who has an interesting and supportive initiative to use his extensive collection to integrate socially and occupationally through art the most disadvantaged groups, such as migrants and other people at risk of social exclusion.

La Tarumba - Tarumbeando en Casa (Tarumbeando at Home)

Art can be hugely beneficial to health and contribute to overall happiness and mental well-being. Visiting one of our local art museums, or taking a painting or pottery class, is the perfect reason for San Diegans to spend a day doing something fun while improving the health and quality of life for themselves and their loved ones.

This is true for any type of craft or hobby: you don't have to create a masterpiece to make a profit. Use your hands, create something and enjoy doing it - that's all it takes to enjoy the mental health benefits of art. The process stimulates the creation of new neural pathways in the brain that improve the overall sense of well-being, prevent depression and even delay aging.

This could be the most compelling reason to take your senior acquaintances to an art class or museum. Art can improve cognitive abilities and memory in people with severe brain disorders, such as dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Creating visual art helps improve the quality of life for patients with these conditions by providing a source of pleasure, increasing connectivity and promoting cell growth in the brain.

All eyes see alike? | Benjamín Ossa | TEDxRenca

The avant-garde movements that swept through Latin America in the first half of the 20th century were not alien to Costa Rican artists, who reflected their feelings in various works of art. In the image, Mamita Yunai, by Carlos Luis Fallas, a masterpiece of Costa Rican literature, with an illustration by sculptor and draftsman Juan Manuel Sánchez.

Starting in the 1950s, after the Civil War of 1948, a new interest of the State arose, and Costa Rican art aspired to internationalization. Many national artists manage to study abroad. Abstract art is introduced to the country with the Grupo Ocho in the 1960s. The Costa Rican sculptural tradition will follow two aspects: the naturalist, linked to the tradition of sculpting in stone and wood, which is constantly renewed in its subject matter and style; and the abstract or symbolic-metaphysical aspect. By 1980 begins an important participation of private enterprise in the organization of biennials and salons of plastic arts, intensifying the production of national art until the end of the twentieth century, concluding with postmodernism.

SMOK DEE - LEGACY (feat. DJ Ropo & Satrumentalz)

Its study is conventionally divided into three chronological periods that comprise its evolution: the pre-classical or formative, the classical or flourishing, and the post-classical (900-1540).[1] Art in pre-Inca and Inca Andean societies responded to political, social and religious reasons.

Art in pre-Inca and Inca Andean societies responded to political, social and religious reasons, so the artistic objects rescued today have a high archaeological value as they are valuable sources that document and allow us to know the social, political, economic and, above all, ideological structure of the societies that created them.

The development of powerful empires gave rise to and allowed the formation of an art with a defined style. Although it is usually considered a peaceful period, the most recent archaeological studies have shown that most of the civilizations of the classical period were warlike. Conquests and extensive trade produced wealth that was used for the construction of ceremonial centers or cities, as well as for the creation of increasingly luxurious personal effects and high quality funerary or ritual objects.

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