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Public art that is used to decorate the facade (front), orchard, or enclosed concrete
structure where large number of people come together.
A: Architectural art
The only themes that can be used in mixed media art are about identity.
A: False
The modern arch is much stronger that brick or stone as it uses concrete, steel or
laminated wood.
A: True
Contemporary furniture designers only consider form and function.
A: False
In the painting style of emotion, happiness is communicated through dark colors.
A: False
Contemporary furniture designers use technology, new materials, and measurements
that fit the size, comfort, demand and movement of the users.
A: True
Folk arts has not evolved to satisfy the changing local and global demands.
A: False
Mixed media cannot combine painting and photographs.
A: False
For offices, contemporary furniture designers make modular furniture.
A: True
Mixed media artists are controlled by conventions of doing art.
A: False
Native plants like buri and abaca can now be used to make lampshades.
A: True
Coffee shops and spas created a bigger market for ceramics.
A: True
Despite limitations, Filipino furniture craftsmen are preferred in many countries of the
globe.
A: True
A mixed media artist reintroduces things in a new context by experimenting and using
different materials.
A: True
Public art that is usually located in squares, plazas, or in front of government buildings,
law courts, airports, public museums, or academic institutions.
A: Municipal art
For footwear, indigenous materials like beads, crochet, rattan and woven fabrics are
used.
A: True
Mixed media art is when a combination of materials are used.
A: True
Technique is the artist's personal way of using their material.
A: True
Furniture designers only use old and traditional ways of making furniture.
A: False
Which sculpting technique involves cutting or chipping away a shape from a mass of
stone, wood or other hard material?
A: carving
Collage is where materials and objects are pasted over a flat surface in an artistic
composition.
A: True
Assemblage is putting objects together and combining them in a new context.
A: True
Public art requires collaborative work and needs the services of different types of
people, like other artists, architects, engineers, plumber, civic leaders, community
residents, design professionals, funding agencies and construction teams.
A: True
The type of public art that promotes an idea by making visible reminders to the public.
A: Campaign-inspired public art
In the painting style of fantasy, artists can make forms not found in the real world.
A: True
This is a recessed place in a wall where a sculptured figure or bust can be located.
A: niche
This style of sculpture are closed and can become packages, a portable container for
something worth keeping.
A: boxes
Formal order in contemporary art is associated with stability and permanence.
A: True
There are no type of ceramics for decorative purposes.
A: False
Public art is not for everyone.
A: False
These types of sculptures honor individuals or groups of people for heroism or for
participation in historic events.
A: Commemorative monuments
Folk arts have evolved in the different regions as they have been influenced by
globalization, new techniques aided by technology, global aesthetic, and market
demand.
A: True
The elements of art and principles of design or organization also apply to architecture,
but with two additional elements, which are size and scale.
A: True
As an art, its function and purpose, the space that it will occupy and the people who will
occupy it determine its creative design.
A: True
Interesting effects can be achieved with the different mix and combinations of media
and creative variations of design, composition, color, and texture.
A: True
Which sculptural style is in mechanical motion?
A: kinetic sculpture
Which sculpting technique involves giving solid shape to a fluid substance by pouring it
in a mold of a desired shape and letting it harden?
A: casting
Ceramics only come in color brown.
A: False
The concept is the the primary consideration when appreciating mixed media art.
A: False
In this technique, sculptures are created when a soft or malleable material, like clay, is
built using an armature and then shaped to create a form.
A: modeling
Art objects do not have cultural significance.
A: False
CFIP means Chamber of Famous Industries of the Philippines.
A: False
Public art that includes monumental earthworks that interact with nature and the
environment.
A: Land Art
Only identifiable shapes are allowed for ceramics.
A: False
Architecture is in the fields of art and psychology.
A: False
Folk art are pieces produced by indigenous people, which are for practical use and also
as decoration.
A: True
Ceramics is the general term used for art that is made of clay that has been heated to a
very high temperature so that it becomes hard.
A: True
Which sculptural style involves putting found objects together through a single method
of attachment, and a single color and surface texture?
A: sculptural assemblage
Ethnic tribes do not allow contemporary artists to make masks.
A: False
Type of public art where any medium can be used as long as they engage the members
of the community in interaction or dialogue with the artist.
A: Community-based art
Whether it serves a function or not, ceramics posses the elements of art.
A: True
Good observation skills are needed to draw something accurately.
A: True
Famous furniture designers had the privilege to study abroad and have good exposure
to contemporary furniture.
A: True
Hotels and restaurants have no need for contemporary furniture.
A: False
This style of sculpture is where the sculptor can only make a form that is allowed by the
material's shape and size and cannot exceed its size.
A: monolithic sculpture
The Barong can now be worn by women.
A: True
Pottery is a type of ceramics that is utilitarian.
A: True
When appreciating mixed media art, the viewer also has to analyze how they were put
together and what the artwork represents.
A: True
Which sculptural movement brings sculpture in harmony with physics, mathematics,
engineering and industrial design?
A: constructivism
Ceramics that have a practical purpose are used in the home, like tableware, vases, oil
burners, oil and lotion bottles, pitchers, trays or tea sets.
A: True
Post-and-lintel is the most ancient construction device and it is not being used anymore
these days.
A: False
Objective accuracy means painting an imaginary depiction of physical objects or people.
A: False
All ceramics have a utilitarian function.
A: False
In appreciating contemporary furniture, the viewer has to understand the qualities.
A: True
Focus is the pictorial device that relates to the artist's ability to create the illusion of
deep space within the painting.
A: False
In the style of objective accuracy, artists need to learn to observe the amount of light an
object receives, the shapes of its shadows, the transition from light to shadow and the
source of light.
A: True
Painting is the least popular among the fine arts.
A: False
Ceramics only come in a curvy shape.
A: False
Which sculptural technique involves sculptors gathering and putting together different
materials, including found objects to create an assembled sculpture?
A: assembling
Because of growing threat to the environment, furniture craftsmen had to look for
alternative materials that did not involve endangering the environment.
A: True
Public art only involves monuments for heroes and religious landmarks.
A: False
All folk art uses plants, like pandan, buri, abaca, piña, or bamboo, no matter what the
region
A: False
Ikat is mostly practiced in Palawan by the Ifugaos and the ethnic croups in Mindanao.
A: False
Visually, when things are closer the details are less distinct, and as the object gets
farther, the details become sharper.
A: False
New Wave made it possible for directors not to follow traditional techniques, giving rise
to a renewed energy and consciousness to making films.
A: True
What type of new media art where stones can be embedded on concrete?
A: mixed media art
Which type of digital art create worlds, universe, imaginary creatures that transports the
viewer to another world that seem without borders?
A: fantasy digital art
Which one is essential for bridges, theaters, convention halls, gymnasiums and
assembly halls.
A: truss system
In what type of new media art where a combination of materials are used?
A: mixed media art
Which one is related to the form of artwork?
A: describe the dominant elements of art
Which one relates to the artist's ability to create the illusion of deep space within the
painting?
A: perspective
What type of sculpture technique is created when a soft or malleable material, like clay,
is built using an armature and then shaped to create a form. This is an additive process.
A: modeling
Which installation art where sometimes the viewers are given pieces of fabric or paper
to write and then attach on the artwork?
A: interactive installation art
Performance artists conceptualize their act in relation to the minimal props needed to
get a concept, idea or advocacy across to the audience.
A: True
Grotto is a recessed place in a wall where a sculptured figure or bust can be located.
A: False
In which installation artwhere artists educate people about environmental degradation or
directly address environmental issues or react to natural disasters and calamities?
A: environmental installation art
Biomorphic architecture is designed with patterns or shapes inspired by living
organisms.
A: True
Which type of public art can be used to immortalize events that affected a large number
of people in the country?
A: commemorative monuments
In which type or technique in new media art the artist makes art images and forms that
have no reference to reality?
A: non-objective art
Which type of installation art is combined with theater and dance?
A: performance-installation art
Which one is not a painting style?
A: carving
In which painting style where artists sometimes combine their representational skill to
create a psychological impact?
A: styles of objective accuracy
In __________, the materials are flexible, durable and readily available?
A: painting
The experiences of artists within their ... are reflected in their art
A: culture and society
Which type of public art is used to decorate the facade, orchard, or enclosed concrete
structure where large number of people come together?
A: architectural art
In which sculpture style the sculptor cannot produce complex open forms and shapes,
like stretched out arms or legs?
A: monolithic sculpture
Which one is not related to the function of artwork?
A describe the dominant elements of art
In which public art where the design or theme matches the buildings and its
surroundings to achieve unity because the artwork is viewed in relation to its natural and
man-mad surroundings?
A: design-based public art
Which architectural device is the horizontal extension of a beam or a slab into space
beyond its supporting post?
A: cantilever
Which type of installation art follows the idea that art should examine its own nature?
A: conceptual installation art
Which type of new media art involves interaction with several things, namely
architectural setting, environmental site, use of everyday objects in a specific context
and the viewer/participant?
A: installation art
Which material in powder form can be combined with plastic binders so that they can be
modeled and assembled by welding, soldering and riveting or with adhesives?
A: metal
Which sculpture style makes use of new materials like plastics, plexiglass, metal wire,
et~, and allows a break from the figurative representation of sculpture?
A: constructivism sculpture
The modeling technique is __________.
A: additive
In which type of art is the subject matter is often stimulated by an event or an issue
relating to human and social condition?
A: installation art
Performing arts consist of art forms in which artists or performers use their voices, move
their bodies and relate to other performers, objects or even to the audience.
A: True
Which style of painting can be based on fairy tales?
A: style of fantasy
Furniture designers only use old and traditional ways of making furniture.
A: False
Which type of digital art uses geometric shapes, lines, spaces, movement or color in
their composition?
A: non-figurative digital art
_________ is taking photos using a mobile phone.
A: mobile photography
The aspect of technical skills in appreciating art involves memory of the routine and
execution of the moves looks true to the moves that were choreographed.
A: False
Which type of technique in new media art are subjects taken from reality and nature but
the artist presents them in ways different from the way they are seen in everyday life?
A: abstract art
In what type of new media art where a bed of plastics can be shaped into some form
that is unimaginable and unidentifiable?
A: mixed media art
In which style of painting where the object is recognizable from real life, but distorted
from reality to achieve a certain effect.
A: style of fantasy
Which is abundant in Mindanao that can be made into beautiful jewelry?
A: pearl
In which type of new media art where after exhibition for a given time, the artwork is
usually dismantled, or in some cases, burned?
A: installation art
Conceptual installation art is where the viewer can touch, walk in or through, listen to or
interact with the installation piece.
A: False
What type of new media art where ink can be combined with pastel?
A: mixed media art
Which technique in mixed media art where artscraps like cellphone batteries or
computer parts can be assembled and transformed into an artwork?
A: assemblage
Considering the source of light is related to __________.
A: control and handling illumination
Which give artistic surfaces designed by the architectural limits, edges and corners?
A: pattern and ornament
In which type or technique in new media art where the content of the work are its colors,
shapes, brushstrokes, size, scale, and in some cases, the process by which it is made?
A: non-objective art
What type of new media art where a combination of a painting and photographs can be
used?
A: mixed media art
A theater performance is based on dramatic text staged using techniques of theater
production, and enacted and interpreted by actors, directors, designers and other
personnel before audiences are positioned in the site of the performance.
A: True
Which modern material is used in modern architecture?
A: cast-iron
For appreciating and analyzing a film, a typology is used to suggest the range of
qualities within each element of the film.
A: True
In Laguna, sandals made of abaca are decorated with colorful beads.
A: True
Which type of installation art may include a written text, instruction, or a question that
leads the viewer to think about an idea?
A: conceptual installation art
Which style of painting can be based on magic?
A: style of fantasy
Which new media art is the most accessible and manipulated art forms used around the
world?
A: digital art
The carving technique is __________.
A: subtractive
Which painting style requires good observation skills?
A: styles of objective accuracy
Discussion of how the qualities of the artwork contribute to its appearance, image or
function is part of art interpretation.
A: False
Which metal has a beautiful surface and color characteristics and is the most common
casting material?
A: bronze
Which type of technique in new media aret are actual objects or subjects from nature or
reality are represented?
A: representational art
Natural photography can offer an illusion.
A: False
Non-figurative digital art disregard figures and anything that looks like from nature.
A: True
Photojournalism are photos that accompany narratives in the newspapers.
A: True
Fantastic works may be objectively accurate or subjectively distorted.
A: True
Which sculpture style where the sculpture is suspended in the air, wind may be used to
make the sculpture move and can even produce sound?
A: kinetic sculpture
Which installation art is a celebration of an artist's connection with the beauty of nature?
A: environmental installation art
Architects consider factors like energy, efficiency, the use of sustainable, natural and
recycled materials to create environmental-friendly structures.
A: True
Appreciating dance as performing art has four aspects, which are knowledge of
choreography, technical skills, performance skills and audience participation.
A: False
Function describe the dominant elements of art.
A: False
Which type of public art is often based in economically deprived areas and is done with
a community-oriented rooted approach?
A: community art
Which installation art where the viewer's contribution completes the meaning of the
installation?
A: interactive installation art
In which sculpture style where its main traits applied to sculpture are abstraction,
transparency, interpretation of sculptural form, overlapping of planes, and the
employment of lines in tension to describe direction and movement?
A: constructivism sculpture
Which style of painting can be based on folk stories?
A: style of fantasy
This can be seen in cartoon shows and in movies with digital intervention.
A: digital art
Performance art is for entertainment.
A: False
Mask can serve as dwelling for ancestral spirits or can on be put the door to scare off
evil spirits.
A: True
Dance as a performing art involves rhythmic body movement within a given space,
choreographed based on musical beat.
A: True
Which one way of achieving objective accuracy where the artist needs to see and
understand what he/she is looking at?
A: correct drawing
Which painting style involves creating an impression of reality through a selective use of
visual facts?
A: styles of objective accuracy
Which one is decorative domestic objects made by hand using simple tools?
A: handicraft
Which material possess little strength in tension or compression and require an
armature for support?
A: clay
Which one is not part of sculpture techniques?
A: painting
Which one is concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty?
A: aesthetic
In fantasy digital art, artists take inspiration from myths, legends, fantasy stories or
create their own visual narrative.
A: True
Dance can be an expression of an idea or emotion.
A: True
Which is achieved through sharpness or softness?
A: focus
In none-objective art, artworks do not represent or show a person, place or thing in the
natural world.
A: True
Folk arts are pieces produced by..
A: indigenous people
Which style of painting where the artist can make forms not found in the real world?
A: style of fantasy
The materials in painting are flexible, durable and readily available.
A: True
dance is not a big part of the Philippine culture.
A: False
In abstract art, actual objects or subjects from nature or reality are represented.
A: False
Non-figurative art create worlds, universe, imaginary creatures that transports the
viewer to another world that seem without borders.
A: False
What are the sandals from Laguna made of?
A: abaca
Which type of photography shows patterns and textures of nature?
A: nature photography
Conceptual installation art follows the idea that art should examine its own nature.
A: True
Which architectural device is responsible for the strong emphasis on windows and walls
in modern buildings?
A: post and lintel
Which element of art relates the structure and its parts to human beings who occupy the
space?
A: size
For footwear, materials used in regions have proven to be attractive and ...
A: strong and durable
The Philippine film industry was booming during the Marcos regime.
A: False
Painting the shapes of the objects shadows is related with __________.
A: control handling illumination
Which technique in mixed media art is putting objects together and combining them in a
new context?
A: assemblage
Sculpture is the most popular in fine art because almost any theme can apply here.
A: False
Where is ikat mostly practiced?
A: Cordillera
Which type of installation art is made under a specific span of time and lights and
sounds are part of the design.?
A: performance-installation art
Arch is a curved part of a structure that is over an opening and that supports a wall or
other weight above the opening.
A: True
For the Bontoc people, the use needles that were set into a carabao horn to make a
wound, then ink made of resinous soot rubbed into the wound.
A: True
This style in Philippines theater uses realistic situations and combines them with non-
realistic ones. Combination of Realistic and _________ styles.
A: Non-realistic
Which one is requires environment planning, city planning, space planning?
A: architecture
Which material may warp or crack when its wet?
A: wood
The aspect of performance skills in appreciating dance involves projection of eye
contact to the audience, having the right facial expressions.
A: True
In which sculpture style sculptor can only make a form that is allowed by the material's
shape and size and cannot exceed its size?
A: monolithic sculpture
In which public art where interaction with sunlight and wind and its position in harmony
with its surroundings is considered by the contemporary artist?
A: design-based public art
Style of emotion means painting an accurate depiction of physical objects or people.
A: False
Which public art promotes an idea by making visible reminders to the public?
A: campaign-inspired public art
Which type of public art refers to artistic activity based on community setting.
A: community art
Which type of art is three-dimensional and the techniques used and it is often identified
with sculpture?
A: installation art
Visual art is seen by the eyes and understood by the mind.
A: True
New film techniques did not deal with sex at all.
A: False
Cantilever is the horizontal extension of a beam or a slab into space beyond its
supporting post.
A: True
Which type or technique in new media art where the artist begins with a subject,
interprets it in his/her own way and comes up with forms that are not similar to real
objects?
A: abstract art
Which installation art where the viewer can touch, walk in or through, listen to or interact
with the installation piece?
A: interactive installation art
Constructivism is carved from a slab of stone and is limited by the material's shape and
size.
A: False
In which sculpture style the form is taken as one whole closed form or shape?
A: monolithic sculpture
Which style of painting express anxiety, despair, disappointment, bitterness,
disturbance or uncomfortable feelings ?
A: style of emotion
The New Wave directors only used Filipino techniques in making films.
A: False
The color of the objects varies depending on __________.
A: their location in space and the amount and source of light they receive
Which type or technique in new media art where the artworks do not represent or show
a person, place or thing in the natural world?
A: non-objective art
_________ is depicting something in a non-realistic style.
A: stylized
Which type of digital art take inspiration from myths, legends, fantasy stories or create
their own visual narrative?
A: fantasy digital art
What type of photography where the natural can be reinterpreted and the photographer
can hide and add whatever he/she wishes?
A: photographic alternation
Collage is putting objects together and combining them in a new context. Any method of
joining or fastening is used to make a three-dimensional object.
A: False
Contemporary dance do not use any folk elements.
A: False
Craftsmanship is the skill of doing what can be done with the medium and the ability to
do it.
A: True
Which kind of art art is temporary and most of the time cannot be stored and so the
artist does not consider sale or profit from the work?
A: installation art
Which material is more responsive?
A: clay
Performance installation art puts emphasis on an idea or concept rather than in an art
object that can be touched.
A: False
In the different Philippine regions, traditional and folk dances are being reinterpreted
into new creative dances.
A: True
The aspect of rhythm in appreciating art involves staying on count and with the beats of
the music.
A: True
The assembling technique is __________.
A: additive
Which one is related to handicraft?
A: decorative domestic objects made by hand using simple tools
Walls are usually made of concrete reinforced with steel.
A: True
Which one is the most popular in fine arts?
A: painting
Which type of public art are sculptures, whether individual or group of people, who
honor people for heroism or for participation in historic events?
A: commemorative monuments
Painting the amount of light an object receives is related to__________.
A: control and handling illumination
In Bukidnon, pandan is woven into hats, baskets, and different types of containers.
A: False
the Barong has been around since ...
A: Spanish rule
The materials used are the primary consideration for mixed media art.
A: True
Which sculpture style is carved from a slab of stone and is limited by the material's
shape and size?
A: monolithic sculpture
Painting the transition from light to shadow is related to __________.
A: control and handling illumination
Which type of digital art uses electronics in the process or presentation of the artwork?
A: electronic-aided digital art
Earth sculpture is considered as ... art.
A: environmental installation art
Which style of painting can be based hybrid man-animal creatures?
A: style of fantasy
Which material can be cast, cut, drilled, filled, extruded, bent, forged and stamped?
A: metal
In the late 1960s, a New Wave in digital form emerged when digital media became
available.
A: False
When things are closer the details are more sharp.
A: True
With the aid of modern technology, fashion designers are able to bring local fabrics to
the ...
A: global consumer market
Which one is a recessed place in a wall where a sculptured figure or bust can be
located?
A: niche
When an artist is making fine arts, this means they are a master in __________?
A: in the use of materials and in techniques and craftmanship
Which technique in mixed media art where any method of joining or fastening is used to
make a three-dimensional object?
A: assemblage
In which type of sculpture where the shaping of interior space resembles a hybrid form
of sculpture and architecture?
A: grotto
In Bohol, abaca is used for bottle holders.
A: False
Environment-friendly Architecture is designed with patterns or shapes inspired by living
organisms.
A: False
In what type of sculpture technique sculptors gather and put together different materials,
including found objects?
A: assembling
Which sculpture style where the sculptor does not have to worry about volume and
contour, balance and movement or illusions and reality?
A: sculptural assemblage
_________ requires a lot of labor and the artist usually works with fellow artists and
assistants because it may involve welding, carpentry, construction and fabrication skills.
A: installation art
Which element of art relates to the proportion of an object or space to all the other
objects in it and also to humans?
A: scale
What type of sculpture technique involves cutting or chipping away a shape from a
mass of stone, wood or other hard material?
A: carving
Which type of installation art where the role of the artist is to make people think and
reflect through the use of an art piece as stimulus?
A: conceptual installation art
Which style of painting is associated with stability and permanence?
A: style of formal order
Which one is related to craft?
A: an activity involving skill in making things by hand
Which one is an activity involving skill in making things by hand?
A: craft
Which type of public art includes monumental earthworks that interact with nature and
the environment?
A: land art
Which sculpture style is a sculpture in mechanical motion?
A: kinetic sculpture
Shell structure use reinforced concrete and superior mathematical tools for calculating
stresses and the strength of materials.
A: True
In which style of painting the artist can create strange forms or allow himself/herself to
experience a creative process?
A: style of fantasy
In Tacloban, banig can be used to make purses.
A: True
Which element of art in architecture where the major and minor elements are
determined in the structural design?
A: emphasis
Contemporary Filipino directors are brave enough to direct films that portrayed revolt,
labor unionism, social exclusion and class division.
A: True
Illusionism is used in contemporary art to create fantastic images or substitute real
objects for the illusionistic treatment of reality.
A: True
Whch sculpture style involves putting found objects together through a single method of
attachment, and a single color and surface texture?
A: sculptural assemblage
Which type of installation art puts emphasis on an idea rather than in an art object that
can be touched?
A: conceptual installation art
Which style of painting can be based on myth?
A: style of fantasy
Which type of public art where its purpose is to instill patriotism and nationalism among
the community members?
A: municipal art
What are the sandals from Laguna made of?
A: abaca
Performing arts is exactly the same as visual arts.
A: False
In representative art, subjects are taken from reality and nature but the artist presents
them in ways different from the way they are seen in everyday life.
A: False
Dome use reinforced concrete and superior mathematical tools for calculating stresses
and the strength of materials.
A: False
Which one is soaking paper in water to reduce it back to its fibers that has been mixed
with glue so that it can be molded?
A: paper mache
Domes are immensely tall buildings found in very populated cities all over the globe.
A: False
Which sculpture style brings sculpture in harmony with physics, mathematics,
engineering and industrial design?
A: constructivism sculpture
Assemblage is where materials and objects are pasted over a flat surface in an artistic
composition. It is usually hung on the wall.
A: False
Which type of public art is usually located in squares, plazas, or in front of government
buildings, law courts, airports, public museums, or academic institutions?
A: municipal art
The three components of typology are the visual component, dramatic component and
literary component.
A: True
Which device is used where great spaces must be used with few or no interior
supports?
A: truss system
after WWII, there were dance revivals and choreographic inventions in the Philippines.
A: True
What type of photography where if the photo is printed bigger than 8*10 inches, the
photograph looks blurry and pixelated because of limited image resolution?
A: mobile photography
Which architectural device uses the geometric fact that no angle of triangle can be
changed without altering the dimensions of the sides?
A: truss system
Which sculpture technique is not additive?
A: carving
Photography and ... are the most accessible and manipulated art forms used around the
world.
A: digital art
In which style of painting exihibits a logic based on dreams?
A: style of fantasy
Which type of photography accompany narratives in the newspapers?
A: photojournalism
Folk art is a type of ceramics that is utilitarian.
A: False
Which is similar to installation art where it is influenced by human and social conditions
and reflects life and its many aspects?
A: public art
What type of photography where if words can describe a scene, this type of
photography is able to show it?
A: photography and reality
_________ give the readers a view of persons, places and events.
A: photojournalism
Which one is the most ancient device in architecture?
A: post and lintel
Which type of digital art satisfies the demand for digital art for the business and
commercial industry, leisure and recreation, airline and shipping industry, and
communication and media?
A: digital art as design
Contemporary theater performances can only be done on theaters.
A: False
What has made our folk products better and comfortable?
A: modern technology
Which device can be used for ferroconcrete canopies, roofs, pavilions, grandstands,
aircraft hangars, and theater balconies.
A: cantilever
In which style of painting is illusionism used?
A: style of fantasy
Folk arts have envolved in different...
A: regions
Which architectural device consists of two vertical supports and bridged by a horizontal
beam?
A: post and lintel
_________ can also be called "earthworks", "skyworks" or "waterworks".
A: earth sculpture
Which one is related to tatoo?
A: traditional decorative body art popular in the northern region
Which sculpture technique is subtractive?
A: carving
Which type of installation art where the work uses light, video or film is projected?
A: technology-aided art
What type of new media art where layers of textile can be painted with acrylic?
A: mixed media art
In what type of sculpture technique a sculpture is formed using terracotta clay, it is
made permanent through plaster of paris?
A: casting
Which type of digital art involves many figures, landscapes, objects and other images
that are not seen in the real world?
A: fantasy digital art
Which one is not part of the style of objective accuracy?
A: assembling
Which one properly defines the style of objective accuracy in painting?
A: painting an accurate depiction of physical objects or people
Public art where the design or theme matches the buildings and its surroundings to
achieve unity because the artwork is viewed in relation to its natural and man-mad
surroundings.
A: Design-based art
The independent theater company that Leeroy New worked with in "Gates of Hell" is the
A: Sipat Lawin
"Stereo 1" and "Stereo 2" are collaborations between Juan Caguicla and
A: Christina Dy
Interdisciplinary means something that involves two or more academic, scientific, or
artistic areas of knowledge, that is involving two or more disciplines.
A: True
Together with children, he painstakingly pieces together the elements of this oral
tradition nearly lost.
A: False
Which National Artist directed "Tinimbang Ka Ngunit Kulang"?
A: Lino Brocka
Salvador Bernal taught theater design at the University of the Philippines and De
Lasalle University.
A: False
This artist does Pole dancing besides visual art.
A: Christina Dy
Napoleon Abueva is a native of _________?
A: Bohol
Salinta Monon has built a solid reputation for the quality of her work and the intricacies
of her designs.
A: True
Rolando Tinio was the organizer and administrator of the Ateneo Experimental Theater.
A: True
The performance art of Sam Penaso is entitled "Striped Runner".
A: False
This artist does visual art and fashion design.
A: Leeroy New
This artist works with large-scale drawings.
A: Christina Dy
"Opera" was inspired by the installation work of
A: Gabriel Barredo
Lucrecia Reyes-Urtula staged the Tagabili.
A: True
Leeroy New created a large-scale otherworldly landscape in the now closed gallery.
A: Manila Contemporary
Salinta Monon is a textile weaver from Davao del Sur.
A: True
The National Artists award is granted by who?
A: President of the Philippines
Ginaw Bilog is awarded the Gawad ng Manlilikha ng Bayan as a Poet.
A: True
The subjects of "Stereo 1" are the body parts of the artists and and Christina Dy.
A: Juan Caguicla
Ishmael Bernal was awarded National Artist for Cinema in what year?
A: 2001
Contemporary artists are able to practice more than one art form.
A: True
Leeroy New has been intent on re-articulating the idea of the unusual with his own
brand of
A: MYTHOLOGY
Ramon Obusan was awarded National Artist for Costume Design.
A: False
This artist has worked as an illustrator creating artworks for film, independent comics
and underground music labels.
A: Victor Balanon
Sam Penaso graduated from the University of the Philippines and finished Advertising.
A: False
Samaon Sulaiman is a musician from Iloilo.
A: False
Masino Intaray is awarded the Gawad ng Manlilikha ng Bayan as a Musician and
Storyteller.
A: True
Alonzo Saclag received formal education in their native performing arts.
A: False
Uwang Ahadas is a Yakan, a people to whom instrumental music is of much
significance, connected as it is with both the agricultural cycle and the social realm.
A: True
This artist possesses a philosophical and often twisted voice in storytelling.
A: Maxine Syjuco
This artist has an ongoing project called Aliens of Manil~
A: Leeroy New
Contemporary artists ere experimental and are willing to try other art forms.
A: True
Lang Dulay is a T'boli.
A: True
Uwang Ahadas can play the gabbang, the agung and the kwintangan kayu.
A: True
Andrea Veneracion founded the University of the Philippines Choir.
A: False
Federico Caballero is an epic chanter from Tawi-Tawi.
A: False
Which of these movies is not directed by Ishamel Bernal?
A: "Makiusap Ka Sa Diyos"
Aside from being awarded the National Artist for Music, Felipe de Leon has also recived
the Patnubay ng Kalinangan Award.
A: True
This artist experiments with paper and the different ways of folding.
A: Christina Dy
Which among these artists were not awarded National Artist for Cinema?
A: Abdulmari Imao
is the title of the ballet performance involving several artists and art groups.
A: opera
Napoleon Abueva is a National Artist for _________?
A: Sculpture
Which National Artist designed the CCP?
A: Leandro Locsin
"Stereo 1" and "Stereo 2" showed the and the Drawings of Juan Caguicla and Christina
Dy.
A: photography
Lang Dulay is a musician from South Cotabato.
A: False
Sam Penaso was born and brought up in Bohol.
A: True
Where was Jose Zaragoza born?
A: Metro Manila
All contemporary artists always work on their own.
A: False
This artist is a self-taught artist.
A: Victor Balanon
This artist studied film and animation at the Mowelfund Film Institute.
A: Victor Balanon
Alonzo Saclag formed the Kalinga Budong Dance Troupe.
A: True
Which among these structures were not designed by Jose Zaragoza?
A: Church of Saint Andrew
Gabriel Barredo said he was inspired by the way dancers use their bodies as their of
expression for "Opera".
A: Medium
The dancers of Philippines were chroeographed by Redha Benteifour for the show
"Opera".
A: ballet
If an artist started as a sculptor, he can only do sculpting for the rest of his artistic
career.
A: False
CCP is the one tasked to administer and implement the Gawad sa Manlilikha ng Bayan.
A: False
Art groups do not work with individual artists.
A: False
This artist is a poet and a visual artist.
A: Maxine Syjuco
Transdisciplinary means traveling across to other countries.
A: False
Leeroy New made his own brand of science in "Gates of Hell".
A: False
In the late 80s to early 90s, a New Wave in digital form emerged when digital media
became available..
A: False
Theater performance can serve as entertainment.
A: True
The music during "Polarity" was recorded and played during the performance.
A: False
Darhata Sawabi is a textile weaver from Isabela.
A: False
Abdulmari Imao has helped develop among cultural groups trust and confidence
necessary for the building of a more just and humane society.
A: True
Leeroy new does paintings, sculptures and installation art.
A: True
The Order of National Artists is conducted by NCCA and the President of the
Philippines.
A: False
One of the famous contemporary Filipino music composers is George Masangkay
Canseco.
A: True
Teofilo Garcia is a Casque Maker from Batanes.
A: False
The Philippine film industry faced a lot of challenges from the 1960s up to the years
after the fall of Ferdinand Marcos' regime.
A: True
The blankets made by Magdalena Gamayo have a very high thread count and her
designs are the most intricate and can sometimes take up to five colors.
A: True
Dance is only about taking delight in music and the dance movement itself.
A: False
Which artist started to study Dental Medicine?
A: Victor Balanon
Which word has the same meaning as interdisciplinary?
A: transdisciplinary
The arena is also called the circle stage.
A: True
Rolando Tinio is the National Artist for Theater and Costume Design.
A: False
In the experimental music scene, there is a category in music that intersects with visual
art.
A: True
Kooky Tuason gathered engineers, architects, interior designers for "Tricks".
A: False
At some point, some artists were accused of plagiarizing Westerners because of
colonial mentality, thinking that whatever Western is better.
A: True
Lino Brocka also directed for theater.
A: True
It takes Haja Amina Appi three months to make her mats.
A: True
The story told in theater arts always have a happy ending.
A: False
In "Opera", Ballet Philippines was choreographed by Malek Lopez.
A: False
The Order of National Artists is the second highest national recognition given to Filipino
individuals who have made significant contributions to the development of the Philippine
arts.
A: False
In 2009 it was observed that musicians started using complex chord structures and
sound effects that sounded very different from OPM.
A: True
One of the new music genres in the 2000s was jazz.
A: False
Which artist does realism, abstraction and portraiture paintings?
A: Sam Penaso
Analyzing and appreciating film and theater requires understanding its visual, dramatic,
and musical components.
A: False
Where did Vic Balanon study Dental Medicine?
A: University of the East
interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary mean the same.
A: True
Leandro Locsin is a National Artist for Visual Arts.
A: False
The works of Leandro Locsin have the themes of floating volume, the duality of light and
heavy, buoyant and massive.
A: True
Napoleon Abueva is from Bohol.
A: True
Musicians were experimenting with the sounds they can make in the year 2000s.
A: True
"Gates of Hell" was divided into six specific experiences.
A: False
In the Philippines, Filipino creativity surged after liberation from the Spanish after WWII.
A: False
Uwang Ahadas is from Sulu.
A: False
None of Lang Dulay's family have tried to learn weaving.
A: False
Aliens of Manila is the on going project of Sam Penaso.
A: False
The title of Caguicla and Dy's collaboration are "Megaphone 1" and Megaphone 2".
A: False
Polecats collaborated with the Manila Symphony Orchestra for "Polarity".
A: True
Samaon Sulaiman is a Manlilikha ng Bayan as a textile weaver.
A: False
The libretto of "Opera" was by Yvette Tan and Erwin Romulo.
A: True
Leeroy New and Victor Balanon both do set design.
A: False
In the 1960s, Pinoy rock and pop developed and are still the most popular music forms
in the Philippines.
A: False
Christina dy is a poet and pole dancer.
A: False
Victor Balanon's latest exhibits include what?
A: ink drawings
Lucrecia Urtula is from Iloilo.
A: True
Andrea Veneracion was born in Cagayan de Oro.
A: False
Lino Brocka has directed for Philippine Educational Theater Association and the
Concerned Artists of the Philippines.
A: True
The product of the collaboration of Dy and Caguicla were symmetrical.
A: True
Victor Balanon studied Dental Medicine.
A: True
Where did Vic Balanon study film and animation?
A: Mowelfund Film Institute
Samaon Sulaiman is from Maguindanao.
A: True
The works of Leandro Locsin are defined by a significant body of modern edifices that
address spiritual and secular requirements.
A: False
Abdulmari Imao is a native of Cotabato.
A: False
The proscenium stage is also called the circle stage.
A: False
Which artist does other-worldly looking costumes made of everyday items like bottles,
rope, abaca fans, plastic covers or tube pipes?
A: Leeroy New
Rolando Tinio was only a playwright.
A: False
The people of Uwang's community believe his near-blindness is a form of retribution
from the nature spirits that dwelled in Bohe Libaken.
A: True
Which artist was born in Bohol?
A: Sam Penaso
"Tricks: A Visual Art Concerto" was conceptualized by Sam Penaso.
A: False
Which artist does metal sculptures?
A: Sam Penaso
the works of Maxine Syjuco are often described as "visual music".
A: False
Sam Penaso studied advertising from University of the Philippines.
A: False
Other contemporary artists reach out to other artists or art groups practicing a different
art form and they create a collaborative work.
A: True
Dances like the Sinulog and the Dinagyang are inspired by folk dances.
A: True
New Wave directors are also called Alternative filmmakers.
A: True
Christina Dy is the founder of Polecats.
A: True
Thrust stage has five sides.
A: False
Created and found stage is also called "black box".
A: False
What is the name of Leeroy New's ongoing project with other-worldly looking costumes?
A: Aliens of Manila
Christina Dy does fashion design.
A: False
Andrea Veneracion was awarded National Artist for Dance in 1999.
A: False
Felipe de Leon also received the Presidential Award of Merit.
A: True
Napoleon Abueva only utilizes hard wood for his sculptures.
A: False
Listening to or making music satisfies man's psychological and emotional needs.
A: True
Psychological realism focuses on the problems of individuals..
A: True
Victor Balanon's latest exhibits include what?
A: animated drawings
Sipat Lawin collaborated with Leeroy New to do a performance on the opening and last
day of "Gates of Hell".
A: True
Music is just about words being sung or instruments being played.
A: False
Texture, shape and size are part of the visual component in the typology..
A: True
Ramon Obusan was also a stage designer and artistic director.
A: True
Some famous contemporary singers include Freddie Aguilar, Apo Hiking Society, Gary
Valenciano.
A: True
Polecats is an aerial arts school and performance group based in Cebu.
A: False
Performing arts involves artists or performers using their voices.
A: True
Federico Caballero is from Iloilo.
A: True
Ryan Cayabyab writes music for full-length ballets.
A: True
Which artist does large scale drawings?
A: Christina Dy
In appreciating dance, looking into the knowledge of choreography, technical skills,
performance skills and rhythm/tempo is necessary.
A: True
Performing arts involves artists making sculptures.
A: False
Magdalena Gamayo learned how to weave when she was 12 years old.
A: False
In performance arts, artists use the basic elements of time, science, the performer's
body, and the audience who will randomly witness their performance.
A: False
Lang Dulay is a musician.
A: False
Performing arts involves artists or performers moving their bodies and relate to other
performers, objects or even to the audience.
A: True
Maxine Syjuco works largely with photography, painting, sculpture and installation.
A: True
Samaon Sulaiman was a popular barber in his community.
A: True
Kooky Tuason is a writer and spoken word artist.
A: True
Some contemporary art use folk or ethnic elements, in the efforts to reconnect with
cultural roots in the midst of modernization.
A: True
In "Tricks", the audience is able to look at the different artists as they work and create
one performance.
A: True
Critics have hailed Ishmael Bernal as "the genius of Philippine cinema".
A: True
At the time that Napoleon Abueva was awarded as National Artist for Sculpture, he was
the youngest awardee.
A: True
After WWII and there were dance revivals and choreographic inventions in the 1980s
and 1990s.
A: False
Haja Amina Appi was awarded as a National Living Treasure in 2004.
A: True
Dance as a performing art involves body movement choreographed based on musical
beat.
A: True
Felipe de Leon is from Ilocos Norte.
A: False
Masino Intaray is a epic chanter and story teller.
A: True
Teofilo Garcia does not sell the tabungaw that he makes.
A: False
Lucrecia Urtula was the dance director of the Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company.
A: True
Which band did Vic Balanon make an animated music video for?
A: Pastilan Dong
Dance is a big part of the Filipino Culture.
A: True
In their collaboration, Caguicla did drawings and Dy took photographs.
A: False
Which artist does mixed media assemblages, each an adventurous fusion of poetry and
visual art?
A: Maxine Syjuco
Which artist does mixed media paintings?
A: Sam Penaso
"Striped Walker" has been done only in the Philippines.
A: False
Which artist does the "Striped Walker" performance art?
A: Sam Penaso
Performing arts move in time and space and are usually done by a group of people of
different knowledge and skills, each one playing a specific role.
A: True
Polecats are considered to be the premier pole dancing school in the country.
A: True
Ginaw Bilog is from Oriental Mindoro.
A: True
Leeroy New does large-scale drawings.
A: False
Musical performances are also called dula-tula.
A: False
Appreciation of dance as performing art consists of knowledge of painting, technical
skills, performance skills and rhythm/tempo.
A:False
In the 1970s, contemporary music in the Philippines was characterized by its use of new
genres such as Pop, Emo, Post-hardcore and Post-rock.
A: False
The Manila Symphony Orchestra played opera music for "Polarity".
A: False
Salvador Bernal is a National Artist for Theater Design.
A: True
This word means means something that involves two or more academic, scientific, or
artistic areas of knowledge, that is involving two or more disciplines.
A: interdisciplinary
Christina Dy has received critical acclaim for her experimental mixed-media
assemblages.
A: False
Eduardo Mutuc is named a National Living Treasure as a chanter.
A: False
Darhata Sawabi does not look forward to sharing the tradition of pis syabit weaving to
the younger generations.
A: False
In appreciating music, the focus is on form, context and expression.
A: True
Jose Zaragoza is from Cebu City.
A: False
Cinemalays is the least famous film festival.
A: False
Ishmael Bernal is recognized as a director of films that serve as social commentaries
and bold reflections on the existing realities of the struggle of the Filipino.
A: True
"Opera" was staged at the Cultural Center of the Philippines..
A: True
Federico Caballero works on the documentation of the music of his people.
A: False
Juan Caguicla and Christina Dy had a collaboration.
A: True
Which artist is a poet and a visual artist?
A: Maxine Syjuco
Sam Penaso does mixed media paintings.
A: True
Dance as a performing art involves rhythmic body movement within a given space.
A: True
The story of "Opera" revolves around the story of a twin and their mother in a world of
creations and temptations.
A: True
Sam Penaso was born in Cagayan.
A: False
Magdalena Gamayo is a textile weaver from Ilocos Norte.
A: True
Leeroy New is a product of his generation's fascination with pop culture, graphic novels,
sci-fi literature and industrial design.
A: True
Sam Penaso does set design for films.
A: False
Object, place and event are part of the literary component of a typology.
A: True
Tthe establishment of the international movement known as the New Wave, made it
possible for directors not to follow traditional techniques.
A: True
Lang Dulay is from Cebu.
A: False
Victor Balanon has also created a self-published comic-book anthology and started
working on his serialized pen and ink drawings.
A: True
The content of contemporary music can vary from philosophical, social, commentary,
personal or propaganda.
A: True
Which artist has received critical acclaim for experimental mixed-media assemblages?
A: Maxine Syjuco
Appreciation of dance as performing art consists of six aspects.
A: False
Which artist whose works are often described as "visual narratives"?
A: Maxine Syjuco
the costumes for Aliens of Manila are made of everyday objects.
A: True
Maxine Syjuco is a poet and visual artist.
A: True
"Gates of Hell" was exhibited in West Gallery.
A: False.
Polecats Manila was founded in 1999.
A: False
Masino Intaray is from Bukidnon.
A: False
"Tricks" is a regular concert.
A: False
Theater performance reflects human life and different patterns of human behavior..
A: True
"Opera" is a ballet performance involving several artists and art group.
A: True
Which artist does paintings, sculptures, installation art, set design for theater plays and
films?
A: Leeroy New
Victor Balanon had formal art education in an art school.
A: False
Which artist's performance art has been done in iconic landmarks?
A: Sam Penaso
"Striped Walker" is Christina Dy's performance art.
A: False
Which artist whose works reveal stories of the human condition stripped to its very
core?
A: Maxine Syjuco
Complimenting New's visceral use of medium, Sipat Lawin literally immersed
themselves into the exhibition.
A: True
Alonzo Saclag is a Kalinga from Cotabato.
A: False
Which artists do set design?
A: Leeroy New and Christina Dy
"If the artist chose other materials, do you think the same effect will be achieved? Why
and how?" - this question is related to__________.
A: material
"What are the unifying features in the artistic composition?" - this question related to
__________.
A: art element and principles
When an artist is making fine arts, this means they are a master in ... ?
A: in techniques and craft manship and in the use of material
"How does the art form appeal to the senses?" - this question related to ...
A: art element and principles
Which ruling system is the overall policy making body for the preservation, development
and promotion of Philippine arts and culture?
A: NCCA
The Ateneo Art Awards has two categories which are the Fernando Zobel Prizes for
Visual Art and the Purita Kalaw-Ledesma Prize for Art Criticism.
A: True
Which ruling system has a mission to be the leading institution for the arts and culture in
the Philippines?
A: CCP
Which question may be answered to interpret the artwork?
A: What is the artwork about?
Which one is interpretation element?
A: the evidence inside or outside the artwork that supports your interpretation
CCP has the belief that art matters in the life of every Filipino.
A: True
Which question is concerned with the art elements and principles?
A: What are the unifying features in the artistic composition?
In which type or technique in new media art the artist makes art images and forms that
have no reference to reality.?
A: non-objective art
Art in the Park is an annual event organized by Philippine Art Events, Inc..
A: True
Which elements are necessary to observe when describing a contemporary art?
A: subject matter, material, art elements and principles
This museum implements and serves as a regulatory and enforcement agency of the
Government with respect to a series of cultural laws.
A: National Museum
Which museum was among the first to develop and extend its audience reach by
embracing the philosophy of ART FOR ALL?
A: Metropolitan Museum of Manila
Which question may be answered to analyze the artwork?
A: How does it compare with other artworks in the same contemporary style?
Kublai Art Gallery and Davao Contemporary Art Gallery showcases various works by
Mindanao's famed artist Kublai Ponce-Millan, as well as different artists from the city.
A: True
Leon Gallery only auctions off paintings.
A: False
Which one is the analysis element?
A: determination of subject matter through naming events or issues associated with the
artwork
Which ruling system formulates, implements, and coordinates policies in the areas of
formal and non-formal basic education?
A: DepEd
With the aid of modern technology, fashion designers are able to bring local fabrics to
the ...
A: global consumer market
The title of National Artist recognizes excellence in the field of film and broadcast arts.
A: True
Museums are where objects of historical, scientific, artistic, or cultural interest are stored
and exhibited.
A: True
"What is the intended effect of the artist by using these materials?" - this question is
related to...
A: material
NEFCA stands for National Endowment Fund for Culture and the Antiques.
A: False
ManilArt showcases the best in contemporary film making.
A: False
The mission of DepEd is to protect and promote the right of every Filipino to quality,
equitable, culture-based, and complete basic education.
A: True
Which question refers to material?
A: If the artist chose other materials, do you think the same effect will be achieved? Why
and how?
"What are the materials or objects used by the artist?" belong to__________.
A: description
A museum is an institution devoted to the procurement, care, study, and display of
objects of lasting interest or value.
A: True
"How does it compare with other artworks in the same contemporary style?" is related
to?
A: analysis
This museum is located within the Xavier University Campus.
A: Museo de Oro
Salcedo Auctions include jewelry in their auctions.
A: True
ManilART aims to preserve and integrate Filipino national culture and its various
creative expressions as a compelling part of the national cultural mainstream.
A: True
In the Negros Museum, local artists and artisans sell copies of their commissioned
works at the Museum Shop.
A: True
Which one is related to abstract art?
A: the artist begins with a subject, interprets it in his/her own way and comes up with
forms that are not similar to real objects.
Which question refers to material?
A: What is the intended effect of the artist by using these materials?
Which question refers to material?
A: What are the materials or objects used by the artist?
Auction houses do private sales.
A: False
Art in the Park offers artworks to be sold at Php 50,000 and below only.
A: True
Which type of modern media art where artists study things that are outside the field of
art, like physics, engineering, chemistry, geology, and for some, technical aspects of
operating and controlling music, light and wind?
A: installation art
Gallery Orange is the first professionally run gallery exclusively dedicated to the creative
requirements primarily of the visual arts, and by association the other forms of art in
Davao.
A: False
Which one defines carving?
A: it involves cutting or chipping away a shape from a mass of stone, wood or other
hard material.
"What statement is the artist trying to communicate through the artwork?" is related to
__________.
A: interpretation
Which question is concerned with the material?
A: What are the materials or objects used by the artist?
Abaca is most dominant in Ilocos.
A: False
People are more selective of the materials used in our crafts because of environmental
concerns
A: True
Which ruling system supervises all elementary and secondary education institutions?
A: DepEd
Which one is interpretation element?
A: "Can I express what I think the artwork is about in one sentence?"
__________ can also be called "earthworks", "skyworks" or "waterworks"
A: earth sculpture
"What is the meaning of the artwork?" is related to ...
A: interpretation
Which question is concerned with the material?
A: If the artist chose other materials, do you think the same effect will be achieved?
Which one defines modeling ?
A: it is created when a soft or malleable material, like clay, is built using an armature
and then shaped to create a form. This is an additive process.
Which one is related to gotto?
A: The shaping of interior space resembles a hybrid form of sculpture and architecture.
Which ruling system provides for the establishment and maintenance of a complete,
adequate, and integrated system of basic education relevant to the goals of national
development?
A: DepEd
Which question refers to elements and principles?
A: What are the dominant elements used in the artwork?
Salcedo Auctions is located in Cebu.
A: False
Which museum is first in the Philippines curatorially conceived without focus on
precious artifacts.
A: Negros Museum
Tthis ruling system promotes artistic excellence and nurtures the broadest publics to
participate in art making and appreciation.
A: CCP
Which one is related to niche?
A: a recessed place in a wall where a sculptured figure or bust can be located.
For home furniture wood and abaca can be combined.
A: True
"How do the other figures in the artwork relate to the main figure?" belong to...
A: description
BenCab Museum only exhibits the artworks of Benedicto Cabrera.
A: False
"What is the artwork about?" is relate to __________?
A: interpretation
Which question refers to material?
A: Do these materials bring out the intended effect of the artist?
The title of National Artist recognizes excellence in the field of theater and literature.
A: True
The viewer's reaction to the artwork is part of art description.
A: False
Masks are contemporary inventions.
A: False
The experiences of artists within their ...are reflected in their art.
A: culture and society
"What are the dominant elements used in the artwork?" belong to...
A: description
Which question is concerned with theart elements and principles?
A: What are the dominant elements used in the artwork?
There is evidence inside or outside the artwork that supports your interpretation.
A: True
Which question is concerned with the art elements and principles?
A: How does the art form appeal to the senses?
Art crafts in Philippines retained many elements.
A: True
The viewer's reaction to the artwork is the element of ...
A: analysis
Which question is concerned with the material?
A: What is the intended effect of the artist by using these materials?
"What is the main figure used in the artwork?" - this question is related to__________.
A: subject matter
University of Nueva Caceres Museum contains archaeological, ethnographical,
historical, and ecclesiastical collections relating to the Bicol Region.
A: True
Folk arts are pieces produced by...
A: indigenous people
Student photographers and designers may join the Vision Petron National Student Art
Competition.
A: True
Jose Joya, Ang Kiukok and Benedicto Cabrera are among the past winners of the Shell
National Students Art Competition.
A: True
Brown powder coffee can not be used for painting.
A: False
__________ works have or appearing to have length, width and depth.
A: three-dimensional
ManilART only exhibits works of artists from Manila.
A: False
Artists use the brown coffee powder for body tattoo.
A: False
The BenCab museum also exhibits artworks collected by BenCab through the years.
A: True
The Art in the Park is organized for the benefit of the Museum Foundation of the
Philippines.
A: True
Which one is related to non-objective art?
A: the content of the work is its colors, shapes, brushstrokes, size, scale, and in some
cases, the process by which it is made.
Discussion of how the qualities of the artwork contribute to its appearance, image or
function is the element of...
A: analysis
Which one is the analysis element?
A: effect of the materials/medium used
"Can I express what I think the artwork is about in one sentence?"is the element of
__________.
A: interpretation
Which question may be answered to analyze the artwork?
A: Does the viewer like or dislike the artwork? Why?
Museo Dabawenyo is a city-funded museum that showcases Palawan's rich history and
diverse culture.
A: False
Art Fair Philippines is set in an alternative urban venue.
A: True
BenCab Museum houses the permanent collection of Philippine National Artist
Benedicto Cabrera.
A: True
"What are the unifying features in the artistic composition?" belongs to material.
A: False
Which one defines assembling?
A: sculptors gather and put together different materials, including found objects
Determination of subject matter through naming events or issues associated with the
artwork is part of art description.
A: False
Salcedo Auctions is located in Salcedo Village in Dumaguete.
A: False
Together with the National Museum, ManilART aims to preserve and integrate Filipino
national culture.
A: False
Finale Art File is a museum.
A: False
Museo Dabawenyo has galleries that showcase the local tribes' cultures and way of
living.
A: True
These kinds of institutions were established to oversee the promotion of culture and art
in the Philippines.
A: ruling systems
The General Paulino Santos Museum envisions to encourage and support efforts by
other groups working in the same direction in the task of nation building.
A: True
The Thirteen Artists Awards is given every year.
A: False
The gallery Artinformal is located in Iloilo.
A: False
Award-giving bodies were established to encourage excellence.
A: True
The Art Fair Philippines exhibits and sells the best in modern and contemporary
Philippine theater arts.
A: False
"How is the main figure placed/used within the artistic frame?" - this question is related
to ...
A: . subject matter
"What is the artwork about?" is a descriptive statement.
A: False
Museo de Oro is a folkloric museum which feature Tribal and Muslim traditions and
customs.
A: True
The title of National Artist recognizes excellence in the field of visual arts only.
A: False
Which one is refers to what the artwork is made of?
A: material
The art market in the Philippines has grown active in recent years.
A: True
Art in the Park offers visitors a range of paintings, prints, photographs, sculpture, and
new media at prices PhP 100,000.00 and below.
A: False
This is an institution devoted to the care and display of objects of lasting interest or
value.
A: museums
Determination of subject matter through naming events or issues associated with the
artwork is the element of __________.
A: analysis
The evidence inside or outside the artwork that supports your interpretation is the
element of __________.
A: interpretation
The title of National Artist recognizes excellence in the field of music and dance.
A: True
Artists of any age can be awarded with the Ateneo Art Awards.
A: False
MADE stands for Metrobank Art & Design Excellence.
A: True
Effect of the materials/medium used is the element of ...
A: analysis
An entrepreneur should entrust record keeping to a person
A: Knowledgeable
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Which technique in mixed media art is where materials and objects are pasted over a
flat surface in an artistic composition?
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_________ works have or appearing to have length, width and depth.
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Which type of photography can offer an illusion?
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Which artist has the project Aliens of Manila?
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"Are there objects within the artistic frame that symbolizes something?" is related to
__________.
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Which type of modern media art where artists study things that are outside the field of
art, like physics, engineering, chemistry, geology, and for some, technical aspects of
operating and controlling music, light and wind?
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FOR QUARTER EXAM: A: installation art