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Creative and Common Arts (CCA)

Traditional Dance

A traditional dance is an interesting body movement. It belongs to the local society or community. The dance goes with traditional music. We dance to the rhythm of the song or the beat of the instruments. Everybody may take part. Each ethnic group or languages have their type of dances. The Igbo people have a […]

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CHARACTERISTICS OF RECYCLED PRODUCTS

Recycled materials can be turned to functional artworks. For example, any materials such as wood pallets, plastic, cups or bottles, etc. and little creativity, you can create beautiful functional artwork. CHARACTERISTICS OF RECYCLED PRODUCTS Recycled products are functional. That is, they serve useful purposes. They are very strong and durable. They last long and do

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USES OF RECYCLED MATERIALS

Recycled materials can be turned to functional artworks. For example, any materials such as wood pallets, plastic, cups or bottles, etc. and little creativity, you can create beautiful functional artwork. USES OF RECYCLED MATERIALS These works serve various useful purposes: They are used for decoration. They can be kept or hung on walls. They can

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PRODUCING RECYCLING WORK

Recycling is the changing of waste or used materials into new objects or materials which can be used for other functions.   PRODUCING RECYCLING WORK Paper Mache – is an easy to make hard material that can be used to cover various surfaces. It is often used in arts and crafts to make various sculptures

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RECYCLING FUNCTIONAL ART WORK

INTRODUCTION (MEANING OF RECYCLING)  Recycling is the changing of waste or used materials into new objects or materials which can be used for other functions. RECYCLING ITEMS Some of the items that can be produced from recycled materials are: Plastic materials: Toys Plates and cups Packages Decorative materials Bead Instructional materials Flower vase Containers  

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RECYCLING

HOW TO ADD VALUE THROUGH MAINTENANCE (RECYCLING)  Recycling can prevent the waste of potentially useful materials and reduces the consumption of fresh materials, thereby reducing: energy usage, air pollution (from incineration), and water pollution (from landfilling).   MEANING OF RECYCLING  Recycling is the changing waste or used materials into new objects or materials. When waste

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VALUES AND MAINTENANCE

Value is the usefulness or worth of something. Value determines or describes what is important to us. Maintenance is the activities carried out on a daily or regular basis to make our things in good working condition. Maintenance preserves the value placed on things. WHY MAINTENANCE IS IMPORTANT?  Value is what makes maintenance so important

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VALUES AND MAINTENANCE

Value is the usefulness or worth of something. Value determines or describes what is important to us. What is important to us is something that guides, motivates attitudes and actions.   MAINTENANCE  Maintenance is the activities carried out on a daily or regular basis to make our things in good working condition. Maintenance is done

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Traditional Fashion and Accessories

Traditional fashion accessories are locally made materials used to beautify the body, home and environment. The materials used in making the accessories are found in our environment or community. Types of traditional fashion accessories 1 Beaded jewellery 2 Corals 3 Combs 4 Walking sticks 5 Rattles for dancers 6 Shells 7 Cowries 8 Leather works

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TRADITIONAL DRESSES AND FABRICS

Traditional dress may be defined as the ensemble of garments, jewelry, and accessories rooted in the past that is worn by an identifiable group of people. … The phrase traditional dress or costume is often used interchangeably with the terms ethnic, regional, and folk dress IMPORTANCE OF TRADITIONAL DRESSES AND FABRICS Importance of traditional dresses

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TRADITIONAL DRESSES AND FABRICS

Traditional dress may be defined as the ensemble of garments, jewelry, and accessories rooted in the past that is worn by an identifiable group of people. … The phrase traditional dress or costume is often used interchangeably with the terms ethnic, regional, and folk dress. Traditional fabrics are cloths or materials used to make dresses

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BATIK

MEANING OF BATIK Batik is the process of covering certain areas of fabric not intended to dyed using removable wax. Batik is a textile craft which involves the application of melted wax on fabric to create beautiful patterns and dipping the waxed fabric in the dye solution. After dyeing waxed fabric, it is de-waxed to

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MARKETING OF ART WORKS

MEANING OF MARKETING OF ART WORKS Marketing of art works is the process of promoting and creating awareness of works of art to the public. The basic intention of the artist marketing his or her art works is to promote sale. The viewer tends to view, appreciate and buy the art works.   OUTLETS FOR

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UNITY

MEANING OF UNITY Unity is the state of being in full agreement- unity in a sentence. Unity is also the state of being one; oneness. Unity refers to a whole or totality as combining all its parts into one. Unity is the state of a group of people being in full agreement about certain things.

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CHOREOGRAPHY

CHOREOGRAPHY   MEANING OF CHOREOGRAPHY: Choreography is art of designing sequence of rhythmic movements or dances. Choreography is also the arrangement of the movements of the dance, sometimes in uniform style. PROCESSES OF A CHOREOGRAPHER: The processes a choreographer must undertake when performing choreography include: Conception of the dance idea: The choreographer conceives the dance idea

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SINGING MINOR SCALES

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MAJOR AND MINOR SCALES In all major scales, semitones occur between the 3rd and 4th, 7th and 8th degrees. In minor scales, semitones occur between the 2nd and 3rd, 4th and 5th, 7th and 8th degrees. In major scales, the 1st degree of note is the tonic (doh) while in minor scale like

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MODULATION

MODULATION   DEFINITION OF MODULATION: Modulation is the process of changing from musical key to another key in a musical piece. TRANSPOSITION: Transposition is the process of changing the pitch of a composition without other changes .Transposition occurs by raising the pitch of the music piece in the key to D major Transposing instruments include clarinet,

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MUSICAL FORMS

MEANING OF MUSICAL FORM Musical form or musical architecture refers to overall structure or plan of a piece of music and it describes the layout of a composition as divided into sections. In analyzing musical forms, motives, phrases and sentences of a piece of music are of great importance. MOTIVES: Motives are the smallest units

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