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ROLE OF ARTISTIC APPROACH ON LIFELONG LEARNING

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Art is an indispensable compenent of human life for his spirit like breath for his body and it is a civilisation criterion for social life like economical improvements or like political dynamics. Art education has a special situation in offical education policies even in preschool process and involves special instruments to provide growing of a child. Human always need artistic approach and art works to feel humanistic senses in his life during his life and he always need to learn contemporary artistic approaches to innovate his life and to realing his life to contemporary conditions. People who can understand existence and who can explore mean of life perceive that learning art is requirement of life. Learning art provide man a spiritual energy which is actually source of life. Everybody has not equal facilities about art in the world because of locations and conditions of countries but eveybody can reach his own artistic facilities and knowledges in his society. Learning art depends on individual will of someone and learning art is never undertaken by offical organisations. But art education is a necessity for every society. Art education is not sufficient in official education for someone who need art and artistic approach in his life in some countries and so he has to use artistic facilities and opportunities in social life in national dimension and also in international dimension. Governments and also private sector must provide facilities and apportunities for people to arrive at art works and to learn artistic approaches.
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