Art & Fear: Observations on the Perils (and Rewards) of Artmaking Quiz

David Bayles
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Art comes from one's _____________ in one's own life, according to the authors, not from simply viewing art. (from Chapter 5, Finding Your Work)

2.

Whether or not critics should create __________ for an artist, they still do, according to the authors. (from Chapter 4, Fears About Others)

3.

___________ includes the techniques involved in producing the art, whereas art is something different, according to the authors. (from Chapter 8, Conceptual Worlds)

4.

One of the most serious barriers to doing good art is letting ________________ throw the artist into uncertainty. (from Chapter 5, Finding Your Work)

5.

Many universities will want their teachers to have ___________, which can also cause the artist to be limited in what and how they do the things they do. (from Chapter 7, The Academic World)

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