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Jss1 third Term creative arts Past Questions and Answers

Jss1 third Term creative arts Past Questions and Answers

Creative arts questions for JSS1, along with options and answers:

What art technique involves using wax to resist paint and create unique textures in a painting?
A) Fresco
B) Encaustic
C) Impasto
D) Stippling
Answer: B) Encaustic

Who is the famous playwright known for works like "Hamlet," "Macbeth," and "Othello"?
A) George Bernard Shaw
B) Tennessee Williams
C) William Shakespeare
D) Arthur Miller
Answer: C) William Shakespeare

Which style of dance originated in Argentina and is known for its close embrace and intricate footwork?
A) Salsa
B) Ballet
C) Tango
D) Hip-hop
Answer: C) Tango

What art form involves the shaping and firing of clay into pottery or sculptures?
A) Origami
B) Ceramics
C) Mosaics
D) Calligraphy
Answer: B) Ceramics

Who is the famous artist known for his iconic "Campbell's Soup Cans" and "Marilyn Monroe" paintings?
A) Salvador Dali
B) Jackson Pollock
C) Andy Warhol
D) Vincent van Gogh
Answer: C) Andy Warhol

What is the term for a painting done on wet plaster, often seen in ancient frescoes?
A) Collage
B) Encaustic
C) Impasto
D) Fresco
Answer: D) Fresco

Which musical instrument is a large, keyboard-operated instrument often used in churches and classical music?
A) Guitar
B) Organ
C) Drum
D) Harmonica
Answer: B) Organ

Who is the author of the novel "Pride and Prejudice"?
A) George Orwell
B) Charles Dickens
C) Jane Austen
D) Harper Lee
Answer: C) Jane Austen

In theater, what is the term for the written text of a play, including the dialogue and stage directions?
A) Score
B) Script
C) Libretto
D) Sonnet
Answer: B) Script

What is the style of painting that focuses on detailed, everyday scenes and objects, often with a touch of humor or satire?
A) Surrealism
B) Realism
C) Abstract Expressionism
D) Cubism
Answer: B) Realism

Which famous painting depicts a melting pocket watch and is known for its dreamlike quality?
A) The Persistence of Memory
B) The Starry Night
C) The Last Supper
D) American Gothic
Answer: A) The Persistence of Memory

What is the name of the art style that emerged in the early 20th century and often features distorted and abstracted forms?
A) Impressionism
B) Pop Art
C) Surrealism
D) Cubism
Answer: D) Cubism

Which composer is famous for his "Moonlight Sonata" and "Fur Elise"?
A) Ludwig van Beethoven
B) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
C) Johann Sebastian Bach
D) Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Answer: A) Ludwig van Beethoven

What is the term for a dance style that involves a series of slow and graceful movements, often performed on the tips of the toes?
A) Hip-hop
B) Ballet
C) Breakdance
D) Salsa
Answer: B) Ballet

Who is the renowned author of "1984" and "Animal Farm"?
A) George Orwell
B) Charles Dickens
C) William Faulkner
D) Mark Twain
Answer: A) George Orwell

Which art movement is known for its use of dreamlike, irrational, and fantastic imagery?
A) Realism
B) Surrealism
C) Impressionism
D) Expressionism
Answer: B) Surrealism

Which type of musical composition typically consists of four movements, including Allegro, Adagio, Scherzo, and Allegro?
A) Symphony
B) Concerto
C) Opera
D) Sonata
Answer: D) Sonata

What is the traditional Japanese art of folding paper to create various shapes and figures?
A) Origami
B) Calligraphy
C) Mosaic
D) Sculpture
Answer: A) Origami

In dance, what is the term for a choreographed dance sequence performed by a group of dancers in perfect synchronization?
A) Solo
B) Pas de deux
C) Ensemble
D) Adagio
Answer: C) Ensemble

Who is the famous author of "The Great Gatsby" and "Tender Is the Night"?
A) F. Scott Fitzgerald
B) Ernest Hemingway
C) John Steinbeck
D) J.D. Salinger
Answer: A) F. Scott Fitzgerald.


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