Art is a variety of human activities in creating visual, auditory, or performing (kinesthetic) works, to express the author’s creative, conceptual or artistic ideas, and is intended to be appreciated for their beauty or emotional strength.   Other activities related to the production of artworks include art criticism, the study of art history, and the aesthetic publishing of art.
The three classic branches of art are painting, sculpture, and architecture.  Music, theater, film, dance and other performing arts, as well as literature and other mediums such as interactive media, are included in a broader definition of the arts.   Until the seventeenth century, art referred to any skill or mastery and was not distinguished from craft or science. In modern use after the seventeenth century, where aesthetic considerations are of paramount importance, the fine arts are separated and distinguished from generally acquired skills, such as the decorative or applied arts.
Although the definition of art is a controversial and not agreed-upon topic,    and has changed over time, general descriptions indicate an idea of a creative skill or technology originating in humans.   The nature of art and related concepts, such as creativity and interpretation, are explored in a branch of philosophy known as aesthetics.  Defining and valuing art has become a special problem since the early twentieth century. The definitions of art by Richard and their guardian have been distinguished in three approaches:
Realism, where the aesthetic quality is an absolute value independent of human opinion.
Objectivity, as it is also an absolute value, but depends on the general human experience.
Relativism, which is not of absolute value, but rather a philosophical approach that ceases to exist for an absolute truth.
In the past, art was divided into seven sections, namely:
(Sculpture / architecture), (drawing / decoration), (representational / pure coloring), (expressive or descriptive music / music), (gesture / dance), (literature / poetry), (cinema / illumination).
But recently it has been divided into three comprehensive sections:
Plastic arts, such as: (drawing, photography, calligraphy, engineering, design, architecture, sculpture, applied arts, lights).
Sound art, such as: (music, singing, the world of cinema and theater, advertisement, poetry, stories, intonation and chanting).
Kinetic art, such as: (dance, circus, magic games, some sports, clowning and clowning, meme theater, puppets).