Part Three: Perspective on Cultural Diversity
Art may be found practically everywhere on the planet, and it comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. They are learning about the events that took place and the individuals who were involved at and around the period when they created artwork that may help people understand the real meaning(s) of the artwork. As art continues to exist several centuries after its creation, we can establish cultural ties with people who lived a long time ago. Art may be found in a wide variety of shapes and sizes worldwide, and it is a universal language (World Art, n.d.). A deeper appreciation for a piece of art may be gained by learning more about the conditions under which it was created and the persons who contributed to its development. Because art exists, we will maintain cultural ties to those who lived in the past for as long as an art survives. There is no art without culture, and there is little to no hope for civilization’s survival if it does not have art in its arsenal of weapons. Circumstances and experiences have impacted some people’s lives, and their work may portray what they went through or how they felt while looking at the world around them, depending on the artist.