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

David Bayles
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

When an artist looks for others to understand them, this becomes a situation of __________ over the artist as the others can now hurt the feelings of the artist. (from Chapter 4, Fears About Others)

2.

Art making does require a special _____________, but no one knows what this is so the authors say to stop worrying about it. (from Chapter 3, Fears About Yourself)

3.

While many schools can hire artists to be teachers at their schools, they might not help to sustain the artist's ability to _______________. (from Chapter 7, The Academic World)

4.

Artists should not worry about being misunderstood as ___________ to the understanding can produce bad art. (from Chapter 4, Fears About Others)

5.

The authors also want the reader to find out why so many artists _________ as this will help to educate them. (from Chapter 9, The Human Voice)

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