The Arts category includes proposals in subjects like art, humanities, media, literature, and music.
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For music listening enthusiasts, music historians, and members of the music press corps to ask questions regarding (known) interpretations of songs, historical influences of bands, and the music industry (including production) in general
For writers/artists using science, geography and culture to construct imaginary worlds and settings.
For art historians, instructors of art history, museum administrators, gallery docents, and serious museum-goers who want to know more about individual works, collections, and artists
For authors and readers of written fiction (from literature to pulp) of any genre
For professional and hobbyist practictioners of all crafts, including textiles, papercrafts, crochet, knitting, sewing, jewelry, sculpture, beadwork, wood carving, origami, miniatures, doll making, stamping, découpage, stained glass, paper mâché...
For professional calligraphers, penmen, artists interested in blending calligraphy in other arts, and the general public that appreciates the art.
For those who interested in various painting and drawing techniques like oil painting, pencil drawing, water color painting, etc.
For aspiring and professional instrument builders, provides a common pool of knowledge to discussion design, construction, and related topics.
For engineers, producers, editors, and enthusiasts spanning the fields of audio, video, and media creation.
For professional and amateur DJs. Questions related to music, events, career, hardware and software are welcome.
For enthusiast recreational dancers and professional dance performers and instructors across a variety of dance genres, including (but not limited to) ballet, salsa, hip-hop, belly, and pole dancing. If you dance at least once a week, then we want ...
For movie and TV enthusiasts.
For musicians, students, and enthusiasts. Topics include practice & performance, composition, technique, theory, and history.
For literary academics and aficionados.
For magicians — from close-up to stage — and those who genuinely want to learn (we already have "the masked magician" for exposure).