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Arts and Culture by Mind Map: Arts and Culture

1. Who? (In contact with Arts and Culture)

1.1. Artists

1.2. Managers

1.3. School/Youth

1.4. General Public

1.5. You

2. What? (Activities)

2.1. Visual Arts

2.1.1. Drawings

2.1.2. Paintings

2.1.3. Sculptures

2.1.4. Photography

2.1.5. Film-making

2.2. Tradition

2.3. Performing Arts

2.3.1. Dance

2.3.2. Singing

2.3.3. Opera

2.3.4. Musical Theatre

2.3.5. Puppetry

2.3.6. Recitation

3. Where?

3.1. National Arts Council

3.2. Schools specialising in Arts

4. How?

4.1. More art appreciation programmes

4.2. Have artistic campaigns in public

4.3. through education and lessons in schools


5.1. "A work of art is the trace of a magnificent struggle." -Grace Hartigan, American abstract expressionist painter.

5.2. "Throw your dreams into space like a kite, and you do not know what it will bring back, a new life, a new friend, a new love, a new country." -Anais Nin, American author and diarist.

5.3. "A work of art is a scream of freedom." -Christo, Bulgarian artist.

6. Statistics

6.1. The number of ticketed performing arts activities increased from 3,006 in 2013 to 3,256 in 2014. Source : National Arts Council.

6.2. The number of non-ticketed performing arts activities increased from 4,431 in 2013 to 4,896 in 2014. Source : National Arts Council.

6.3. An increase was seen in contributions by individuals and corporations to arts and culture with a total contribution of $72.9 million last year, up from $46.3 million in 2013. Source: channelnewsAsia