Art, religion, culture and music
Art, religion, culture and music have one thing in common; they all have a mystic power that touches our souls. Art has been for many years thought and proven to have power which sustains, heals and humanizes.This power is both frightening and beautiful at the same time. An artist is a person involved in one or more of the many forms of activities relating to art. Art has a broad spectrum of categories some of which include musicians, performers and several other people in the entertainment business (Kaufman, 142). Involvement of government in this field receives motivation from the dire need of reviving our own culture and getting to appreciate our artists. Funding however, involves government control. As the old folk wisdom says, He who pays the piper calls the tune' then the decision on which artistic model to fund solely lies with the most excelling artist.
This paper will focus on excellence as a way of funding government projrcts and especially ones relate to art and culture (Shavinina, 65). Fundamental research benefits both the economic and practical subjects in a state like Australia. The questions and argument remains that if the fundamental artistic benefits the economy why should the artistic projects receive funds from the public instead of private. The reason is simple: there are research kinds that produce higher benefits than others, which serve the general public instead of a specific group of people (Carol et al., 178). As a result of such research the state benefits economically where the single entrepreneur or company cannot generate. Most of the modern pure artistic programs receive funds from organizations or people who do not have commercial interests regarding the end results. Such research is essential if it continued working because it would generate additional advancements.
[...] Find examples of arts and culture to demonstrate your case? Introduction Art, religion, culture and music have one thing in common; they all have a mystic power that touches our souls. Art has been for many years thought and proven to have power which sustains, heals and humanizes.This power is both frightening and beautiful at the same time. An artist is a person involved in one or more of the many forms of activities relating to art. Art has a broad spectrum of categories some of which include musicians, perfomers and several other people in the entertainment business (Kaufman, 142). [...]
[...] More so, the daily efforts have real relevance and meaning, where the least a government should do is deny organizations the right funding on the grounds that they did not excel (Goransson et al, 19). Every citizen and the funding agencies deserve more than excellent and not least from the government. It is high time that people gave value the thought of the words other people use to narrate stories, describe what they do and the meaning of excellence. The discussion raises the readers' attention on whether or not their activities should be rated as excellent (Shavinina, 43). [...]
[...] This excellence method undermines what businesses do as compared to emphasizing on how the organizations perform their activities. The whole scenario of excellence here states that the government should evaluate the means by which the organization attains excellence (Great, 43). It is because most organizations adapt to illegal activities in the name of achieving excellence. In the similar method that the government in Australia evaluates the meaning on how the media delivers news instead of what entails the news. Surprisingly, the more the government and individuals funding the businesses propagates the excellence rhetoric, the more they displaces the meaning of what people do with the methods that people adapt to achieve the objectives (Goransson et al, 19). [...]
[...] Oxford: Pergamon. Kaufman, Roy S Art law handbook 2002 cumulative supplement. New York: Aspen Law & Business. [...]
[...] In general, the artists are not courageous in coming up with advancing ways of arguing from the cultural point of view. It is crucial that artists come up with advanced cultural arguments in a bold manner. Specifically, the public expenditure and funding should be allocated and judged from a cultural point of view. In as much as the government and the individuals wish to fund art and other projects based on excellence criterion, the question remains to be which art group to fund and which to reject. [...]
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