Artist: Quiz


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Question 1: Terpsichore (the '[one who] delights in dance'): muse of ________ song and dance
Baroque musicOperaChoirMass (music)

Question 2: Thalia (the 'blossoming one'): muse of comedy and ________
OperaShepherdJohn MiltonPastoral

Question 3: The word also is used in a qualitative sense of, a person ________ in, innovative in, or adept at, an artistic practice.
Immanuel KantGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelCreativityArthur Schopenhauer

Question 4: In Greek culture each of the nine ________ oversaw a different field of human creation:
MoiraeGreek mythologyApolloMuse

Question 5: Contrasting terms for highly-skilled workers in media in the applied arts or decorative arts include artisan, craftsman, and specialized terms such as potter, goldsmith or ________.
Ceramic artGlassblowingStained glassMosaic

Question 6: The French word artiste (which in French, simply means "artist") has been imported into the ________ where it means a performer (frequently in Music Hall or Vaudeville).
CanadaEnglish languageAmerican EnglishSouth Africa

Question 7: The ________ defines the older broad meanings of the term "artist,"
American and British English spelling differencesJames Murray (lexicographer)United KingdomOxford English Dictionary

Question 8: Melpomene (the 'chanting one'): muse of ________
David HumeAestheticsFriedrich NietzscheTragedy

Question 9: The common usage in both everyday speech and academic ________ is a practitioner in the visual arts only.
Social sciencesDiscourseMichel FoucaultSemantics

Question 10: One who cultivates one of the ________ - traditionally the arts presided over by the muses - now the dominant usage
Performing artsGraphicsFine artVisual arts

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