Visual arts “have declined within the past 40 years” (Paglia 1). The world of art has not received any great painting or sculpture in the recent past. Our world lacks creative sculptors and painters. Our universities have become the patrons of creative arts. Many faculties in these universities support different works of art (Paglia 2). Such universities equip learners with new skills and competencies in order to become professional artists. Many students have embraced such ideas in order to achieve their goals. Such learners have worked hard to become professional artists.
Many faculties have equipped their students with competencies to become professional architects and planners. The field of architecture continues to produce magnificent buildings, structures, and landscapes. A good example is the London Aquatic Center. Zaha Hadid designed and produced this architectural structure. Our universities are also supporting flexibility and dynamism. Many students have also become competent artists. According to Corris (10), “such students produce new designs that lack cant and ideology”. Our colleges are focusing on every economical aspect in order to produce competitive works of art.
New technological developments and magnificent buildings are surrounding us everywhere. Such works of art have changed our world completely. Many learners are embracing such artworks in order to fulfill their goals (Corris 11). Our colleges possess the necessary resources and mechanisms towards changing the world of art. Our universities should embrace every fine art.
Every economic change can affect the future of our fine arts. The important thing is to change this focus in order to produce better paintings and sculptures. The approach will also produce creative artists who can give the world of art a better meaning. The practice will produce great artworks such as Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper”. In conclusion, our economic goals should not determine the future of art.
Corris, Michael. “The Economy of Art.” Art Monthly 327.1 (2009):9-12. Print.
Paglia, Camille. “How Capitalism Can Save Art.” The Wall Street Journal 1.1 (2012): 1-3. Print.