Noun: гуманитарные науки


cooking and other household arts - готовка и прочие домашние премудрости

visual arts - изобразительное искусство

the fine arts - изобразительные искусства; изящные искусства

liberal arts and sciences - гуманитарные и естественные науки

liberal arts college - гуманитарный колледж

manual arts - художественные ремесла

the minor arts - искусство малых форм

museum of fine arts - музей изящных искусств; художественный музей

arts of negotiation - искусство ведения переговоров

nurse the arts - поощрять развитие искусств

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Royal Academy of Arts - Королевская академия искусств

the Faculty of Arts and Sciences - факультет гуманитарных и естественных наук

Palace of Fine Arts - Дворец изобразительного искусства

an academy of the fine arts - академия изящных искусств

He gained his ends by arts. - Он достиг своей цели хитростью.

The family patronizes the arts. - Эта семья покровительствует искусствам.

the college of arts and sciences - коллегия искусств и естественных наук

the college of arts and humanities - колледж искусства и гуманитарных наук

She is a well-known patron of the arts. - Она — известный меценат.

the American Academy of Arts and Letters - Американская академия искусств и литературы

The college has a liberal arts curriculum. - В этом колледже есть курс гуманитарных дисциплин.

the Swansea Festival of Music and the Arts - фестиваль музыки и искусств в Суонси

a student with a strong bias towards the arts - студент с сильным уклоном в сторону искусства

The concerts are financed by the Arts Council. - Концерты эти финансируются Советом по делам искусств.

The Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences and Arts - Королевская академия наук и искусств Нидерландов

The new arts centre will serve the whole community. - Новый центр искусств послужит всему обществу.

The arts are in no kind of forwardness in this matter. - В этом вопросе гуманитарные науки не добились ни малейшего прогресса.

Martial arts teach respect, discipline, and cooperation. - Боевые искусства учат (взаимному) уважению, дисциплине и командному взаимодействию.

the cross-fertilization of science and the creative arts - взаимное обогащение науки и изобразительного искусства

The town where we live is having an arts and crafts fair. - В городе, где мы живем, проводится ярмарка искусств и ремёсел.

She appreciates the visual arts such as painting and film. - Она высоко ценит такие изобразительные искусства, как живопись и кино.

The university has a long tradition of supporting the arts. - Университет имеет давние традиции поддержки искусства.

a special school for children who are inclined toward the arts - специальная школа для детей, которые имеют склонность к искусству

Many students passed a stiff examination in the School of Arts. - Многие ученики сдали трудный экзамен в художественной школе.

Some students enter other professions such as arts administration. - Некоторые студенты выбирают другие профессии, например, управление в области искусства.

a praiseworthy effort to introduce inner-city youths to the visual arts - похвальная попытка познакомить молодежь из бедных районов города с миром изобразительного искусства

The students associated science with masculinity and arts with effeminacy. - Студенты ассоциировали науку с мужественностью, а искусство — с женственностью.

The arts” is a catchall for a variety of activities from painting to music. - Понятие “искусство” охватывает целый ряд различных видов деятельности, от живописи до музыки.

Fine Arts is a generic term for subjects such as painting, music and sculpture. - Изобразительное искусство — это общее обозначение для таких дисциплин, как живопись, музыка и скульптура.

Abecedarians soon learn that martial arts have a spiritual as well as physical side. - Начинающие скоро узнают, что боевые искусства имеют не только физическую, но и духовную сторону.

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Связанные термины:

art: Art consists of paintings, sculpture, and other pictures or objects which are created for people to look at and admire or think deeply about.

the arts: imaginative, creative, and nonscientific branches of knowledge considered collectively, esp as studied academically

arts degree: a degree in an arts subject

beaux-arts: relating to the classical decorative style, esp that of the É cole des Beaux-Arts in Paris

black arts: → the black arts

visual arts: the arts of painting, sculpting, photography, etc, as opposed to music, drama, and literature

applied arts: arts that are put to practical use

Arts Council: an organization that provides funding for a variety of arts activities

arts student: a person studying an arts subject

dramatic arts: the art of the writing and production of plays; drama

graphic arts: any of the fine or applied visual arts based on drawing or the use of line, as opposed to colour or relief, on a plane surface, esp illustration and printmaking of all kinds

language arts: the subjects taught in elementary and secondary schools for improving oral and written communication

liberal arts: At a university or college, liberal arts refers to subjects such as history or literature rather than science, law, medicine, or business .

martial arts: any of the forms of self-defense or combat originating in East Asia that utilize physical skill and coordination without weapons, as karate, aikido, judo, or kung fu, often practiced as sport

plastic arts: arts producing works or effects that are three-dimensional, as sculpture or ceramics

household arts: activities such as sewing, cooking, etc, that are conducted in the running of a household

industrial arts: a course that teaches students the skills they will need to work in industry

performing arts: Dance, drama, music, and other forms of entertainment that are usually performed live in front of an audience are referred to as the performing arts .

Master of Arts: A Master of Arts degree is the same as an → MA degree.

school of arts: a public building in a small town, originally one used for adult education

the black arts: magic used for evil purposes by invoking the power of the devil

op art: a style of abstract art chiefly concerned with the exploitation of optical effects such as the illusion of movement

pop art: Pop art is a style of modern art which began in the 1960s. It uses bright colours and takes a lot of its techniques and subject matter from everyday, modern life.

Arts and Crafts: decorative handicraft and design, esp that of the Arts and Crafts movement, in late nineteenth-century Britain, which sought to revive medieval craftsmanship

Associate of Arts: a degree granted esp. by junior colleges after completion of two years of study

Bachelor of Arts: A Bachelor of Arts is a first degree in an arts or social science subject . In British English, it can also mean a person with that degree. The abbreviation → BA or B .A. is also used.

mixed martial arts: Mixed martial arts is a sport in which two people fight by hitting, kicking, and holding each other, both in a standing position and on the ground .

black art: → black magic

body art: physical adornments such as tattoos and piercings

cave art: paintings and engravings on the walls of caves and rock-shelters, esp. naturalistic depictions of animals, produced by Upper Paleolithic peoples of western Europe between about 28,000 and 10,000 years ago

clip art: a large collection of simple drawings stored in a computer from which items can be selected for incorporation into documents

earth art: the artistic genre consisting of earthworks

fine art: Painting and sculpture, in which objects are produced that are beautiful rather than useful, can be referred to as fine art or as the fine arts .

folk art: the visual arts, music, drama, dance, or literature originating from, or traditional to, the ordinary people of a country

found art: art comprised of found objects

junk art: three-dimensional sculptures made of discarded or secondhand objects

land art: See earth art

noble art: → the noble art

rock art: painting or engraving on rock

tramp art: folk art of the 19th and 20th centuries utilizing recycled found materials, as cedar or mahogany cigar boxes, shaped into containers, lamps, picture frames, or other objects by a technique involving the gluing or nailing together of successive thin layers of wood that are then whittled into intricate geometric designs to produce a protruding multifaceted surface

video art: a genre of art involving the use of video technology to produce videotapes for viewing on a television screen

patron of the arts: someone who acts as a patron to or supports charities, organizations, and individuals that work in or concern the arts

street art: art produced in a public space without formal permission

Royal Academy of Arts: → the Royal Academy of Arts

calendar art: a type of sentimental, picturesque, or sexually titillating picture used on some calendars

kinetic art: art, esp sculpture, that moves or has moving parts

martial art: A martial art is one of the methods of fighting, often without weapons, that come from the Far East, for example kung fu, karate, or judo.

minimal art: abstract painting or sculpture in which expressiveness and illusion are minimized by the use of simple geometric shapes, flat colour, and arrangements of ordinary objects

outsider art: art produced by untutored artists working by themselves and for themselves

plastic art: an art, as sculpture, in which forms are carved or modeled

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Однокоренные слова:

art - искусство, мастерство, художественный, статья, искусственный
artful - хитрый, ловкий
artless - бесхитростный, простодушный, простой, безыскусственный, неискусный, неумелый

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