When prehistoric men and women first appeared on earth, their art also took form. Human beings, by their inherent nature, will turn to art to express themselves and those things that make up their way of life. In fact, those early art forms discovered in prehistoric caves and other dwellings were mostly depictions of their
daily life. Subsequently, their art provided us with our primary source of information about humankind’s history, culture and civilization.
And this comprises a significant part of humanity’s cultural heritage. If one examines the spectrum of cultural heritage, it necessarily encompasses a sharing of bonds among peoples, a sense of belonging to a community (a social being), as it represents our identity as human beings, our connection to what is our past, present and future. It is also impossible to ignore an object of art especially if it evokes familiar human sentiments. Read more…
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