“ Folk and ethnic art in the world ” 30 October

Artcom Expo International Association of Artists, Harionm modern arts center Jamalpur and Partnerships.
Opening: 30th October 2020

“ Popular Art ”
80th International Cultural Exchange of Arts
19th Edition Virtual Art Show - Art Quarantine -

Documents to be provided

Opening: Delivery of Virtual Certificates, Flyer and Virtual Catalog and Yotub.
Get in touch: SITE: www.artcomexpo.com - E-MAIL: aparsalb@frisurf.no-
Free and Free of Dimensions theme.
The artist may exhibit 1 work - Made in the course of the World Isolation.
Photography, Sculpture, Ceramics, Porcelain at last Art Visual.
Registration will be open to all interested artists.
Documents to be provided:
Send a résumé with a thousand letters in World, .. a photo of the JPG Artist, and a JPG photo of the Work and data from it: which will appear in the Virtual Catalog / Send until October 27th, 2020.
Fill in the attached form and send it by e-mail: aparsalb@frisurf.no

Work Data:

Creator of the project and General Coordinator: Baroness Jiselda Salbu

Norway 2020
Urene, 6730 Davik Norway-
Email: aparsalb@frisurf.no
Contact: Norway / Jiselda Salbu / WaphAzap - TELS: + 47-97907611

Support: Council of Brazilian Citizens in Norway
General Coordination: Baroness Jiselda Salbu

Popular Art is the attribution given to artistic productions (painting, literature, sculpture, etc.) with relevant value, from people who never specialized in art, in fact, attending schools and etc. ...
The popular artist dedicates his free time, his time off work to create his art.
it is the art of the people, one of the main storehouses of countless creative artists in the history of their country. Popular culture is the main root of this art.
The popular artist dedicates his free time, his time off work to create his art.
Often alone, in some cases with help from the family.
Generally speaking, he cannot survive and support his family only from the artistic works he has carried out. The main buyers and resellers of popular art are fairs and markets.
A sculpture, for example, can be used in the church (Catholic worship of saints), as a decorative item in homes or even for children's games.
Some anthropologists and sociologists have been discussing these characteristics of popular art in order to broaden the use of the concept, adapting it to the reality of modern societies.
Thus, we can also find popular art, today, in large, industrialized cities, where rural inhabitants migrated, including from other regions of the country, or even from other countries, as is the case of the Italian colonies,
Japanese and German in Brazil.
We also find it in some urban manifestations such as ballroom dancing, which preserves popular rhythms and dances from various regions, or in garments and ornaments.
For the popular artist maintains roots with the community that he is part of, being greatly influenced in his creation by his symbolic and aesthetic motives and meanings.
Popular art refers to a cultural heritage of the different ethnic groups that consist of a people.
The themes of popular art are the most varied, from the representation of the sacred and mystical, as in the figures of saints and ex-votos, passing through everyday scenes, as in the ceramic or wooden figurines, even in the costumes and
folk artifacts from any country.
Within the study of art, popular art has been seen as art, that is, art made by the people and for the people.