In Unit 3 and 4 Studio Arts, how do you define historical and/or cultural context in art?


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"Historical context refers to the moods, attitudes, and conditions that existed in a certain time. Context is the 'setting' for an event that occurs, and it will have an impact on the relevance of the event. Context is an important factor to consider when describing something in history."

Source: http://homeworktips.about.com/od/historyhomework/p/historicalcontext.htm

"Cultural context can be defined by our upbringing and cultural background. This refers to thoughts, opinions and feelings that result from experiences. An example of this is when an artists painting reflects his schooling, or a specific time period from his/her life experiences."


Hope that helps!

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That obviously doesn't help because it has completely nothing to do with studio art.
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