- Line (play), a 1967 long-running play written by Israel Horovitz
- Line (singer) (born 1996), Danish singer and finalist in the Danish X Factor
- Lines (Emily Brontë poem), written in December 1837
- Lines (album), a 1976 album by The Walker Brothers
- Lines Review, a Scottish literary periodical published between 1952 and 1998
- "Lines", abbreviation for "Lines written a few miles above Tintern Abbey", a poem by William Wordsworth
- A line of text in writing or typography
- Line (poetry), the fundamental unit of poetic composition
- Line, or the melody in a musical composition
- The dialogue to be spoken in a script or screenplay
- Line (heraldry), used to divide and vary fields and charges in heraldry
- Lines (album), a 2012 album by Twintera
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Famous quotes containing the word arts:
“all the arts lose virtue
Against the essential reality
Of creatures going about their business among the equally
Earnest elements of nature.”
—Robinson Jeffers (18871962)
“These modern ingenious sciences and arts do not affect me as those more venerable arts of hunting and fishing, and even of husbandry in its primitive and simple form; as ancient and honorable trades as the sun and moon and winds pursue, coeval with the faculties of man, and invented when these were invented. We do not know their John Gutenberg, or Richard Arkwright, though the poets would fain make them to have been gradually learned and taught.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“As the unity of the modern world becomes increasingly a technological rather than a social affair, the techniques of the arts provide the most valuable means of insight into the real direction of our own collective purposes.”
—Marshall McLuhan (19111980)