Performing Arts

Performing arts are art forms in which artists use their body or voice to convey artistic expression—as opposed to visual arts, in which artists use paint/canvas or various materials to create physical art objects. The first recorded use of the term performing arts was in 1711.

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... La Salle Academy has an extensive fine arts program, offering electives and extracurricular activities in music, acting, visual arts, photography, video production, and dance ... "La Salle Academy offers its students a unique and demanding secondary school performing arts program ... with the positive self-image developed through participation in the arts ...

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    More than in any other performing arts the lack of respect for acting seems to spring from the fact that every layman considers himself a valid critic.
    Uta Hagen (b. 1919)