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A

The arts

AB

The arts: general issues

ABA

Theory of art




(See also: QDTN: “Philosophy: aesthetics”)

ABC

Conservation, restoration & care of artworks

ABK

Forgery, falsification & theft of artworks

ABQ

Art: financial aspects




(Class here: art sales & auctioneering, funding, patronage & sponsorship)

AF

Fine arts: art forms




(With AF* codes, assign also the relevant AG* code(s) & STYLE Qualifier(s) as appropriate)

AFC

Painting & paintings

AFCC

Paintings & painting in watercolours

AFCL

Paintings & painting in oils

AFF

Drawing & drawings

AFH

Prints & printmaking

AFJ

Other graphic art forms




(Class here: collage; photomontage; graffiti & street art; body art & tattooing)

AFK

Non-graphic art forms

AFKB

Sculpture

AFKC

Carvings: artworks

AFKG

Precious metal, precious stones & jewellery: artworks & design




(Class here: Gold & silversmithing, Faberge, etc)




(See also: WFJ: “Jewellery & beadcraft”; WCP: “Antiques & collectables: jewellery”; WCR: “Antiques & collectables: gold, silver & other metals (other than jewellery)”)

AFKN

Installation art

AFKP

Performance art

AFKV

Electronic, holographic & video art

AFP

Ceramic & glass: artworks




(Class here: ceramics, pottery, mosaics, glass, stained glass as artworks)




(See also: WFN: “Pottery, ceramics & glass crafts”)

AFT

Decorative arts




(Use AFT* codes for ‘art book’ treatments)




(See also: WF: “Handicrafts, decorative arts & crafts” and following)

AFW

Textile artworks




(Class here: carpets, tapestries & other textiles as artworks)




(See also: AKT: “Fashion & textiles”; WFB: “Needlework & fabric crafts” and following; WFF: “Rug & carpetmaking”; WFG: “Spinning & weaving”)

AG

Fine arts: treatments & subjects




(With AG* codes, assign also the relevant AF* code(s) & STYLE Qualifier(s) as appropriate)

AGA

History of art




(Use AGA in conjunction with other Arts codes as appropriate; assign also STYLE, GEOGRAPHICAL & TIME PERIOD Qualifiers as appropriate)

AGB

Individual artists, art monographs

AGC

Exhibition catalogues & specific collections




(See also: WTHM: “Travel guides: museums, historic sites, galleries etc”; GLZ: “Museology & heritage studies”)

AGH

Human figures depicted in art

AGHF

Portraits in art

AGHN

Nudes depicted in art

AGHX

Erotic art




(Use with Qualifier 5X as appropriate)




(See also: AJCX: “Erotic & nude photography”)

AGK

Small-scale, secular & domestic scenes in art




(Class here: ‘genre’ subjects in art)

AGN

Animals & nature in art (still life, landscapes & seascapes, etc)

AGNB

Botanical art

AGP

Man-made objects depicted in art (cityscapes, machines, etc)

AGR

Religious art




(Use with relevant code from QR* where appropriate)

AGZ

Art techniques & principles




(Class here: textbooks & advanced level works on techniques, colour theory, perspective, etc)




(See also: WFA: “Painting & art manuals”)

AJ

Photography & photographs

AJC

Photographs: collections




(See also: WQP: “Places in old photographs”)

AJCD

Individual photographers

AJCX

Erotic & nude photography




(Use with Qualifier 5X as appropriate)




(See also: AGHX: “Erotic art”)

AJF

Photojournalism

AJT

Photographic equipment & techniques: general




(See also: UGP: “Photo & image editing”)

AJTA

Camera-specific manuals

AJTF

Photography: specific techniques




(Class here: aerial photography)

AJTV

Video photography




(See also: AFKV: “Electronic, holographic & video art”; ATFX: “Film production: technical & background skills”; ATJX: “Television production: technical & background skills”)

AK

Industrial / commercial art & design




(With AK* codes, assign also STYLE Qualifier(s) as appropriate)

AKB

Individual designers

AKC

Graphic design

AKD

Typography & lettering




(See also: WFU: “Calligraphy & hand-lettering”)

AKH

Book design




(See also: WFT: “Book & paper crafts”)

AKL

Illustration & commercial art

AKLB

Illustration

AKLC

Comic book & cartoon art

AKLC1

Graphic novel & Manga artwork




(See also: XA: “Graphic novel & Comic book: types” and following; XR: “Graphic novel & comic books: guides & reviews” and following)

AKLP

Poster art

AKP

Product design




(See also: TBD: “Technical design”; UGC: “Computer-aided design (CAD)”)

AKR

Furniture design

AKT

Fashion & textiles




(See also: AFW: “Textile artworks”; WFB: “Needlework & fabric crafts”; WFF: “Rug & carpetmaking”; WFG: “Spinning & weaving”)

AM

Architecture




(With AM* codes, assign also STYLE Qualifier(s) as appropriate)

AMA

Theory of architecture

AMB

Individual architects & architectural firms

AMC

Architectural structure & design

AMCR

Environmentally-friendly (‘green’) architecture & design

AMD

Architecture: professional practice

AMG

Architecture: public buildings




(Class here: civic, commercial, & industrial buildings; also concert halls, arenas, stadia, memorials, monument, etc)




(See also: JWT: “Military institutions, memorials”)

AMK

Architecture: residential buildings, domestic buildings

AMKL

Architecture: castles & fortifications

AMN

Architecture: religious buildings

AMR

Architecture: interior design




(Class here: professional works)




(See also: WJK: “Interior design, decor & style guides”)

AMV

Landscape art & architecture

AMVD

City & town planning: architectural aspects




(See also: RPC: “Urban & municipal planning”)

AMX

History of architecture




(Assign also STYLE, GEOGRAPHICAL & TIME PERIOD Qualifiers as appropriate)

AT

Performing arts

ATC

Individual actors & performers




(Use with relevant AT* code to indicate whether specifically theatre, film, TV, radio etc)




(See also: DNBF: “Biography: arts & entertainment” and following)

ATD

Theatre studies




(See also: DD: “Plays, playscripts” and following)

ATDC

Acting techniques




(Class here: monologues, audition material, etc)

ATDF

Theatre direction & production

ATDH

Theatre: technical & background skills




(Class here: stagecraft, wardrobe & makeup, lighting, scenery, etc)

ATDS

Theatre management

ATF

Films, cinema




(Use ATF* codes for performing arts aspects only)




(See also: KNT: “Media, entertainment, information & communication industries”)

ATFA

Film history, theory & criticism

ATFB

Individual film directors, film-makers

ATFD

Film scripts & screenplays

ATFG

Film guides & reviews

ATFN

Film: styles & genres




(Class here: works on specific genres, eg Film Noir, Westerns, Horror films, etc)

ATFR

Documentary films

ATFV

Animated films

ATFX

Film production: technical & background skills




(Class here: cinematography)

ATJ

Television




(Use ATJ* codes for performing arts aspects only)




(See also: KNT: “Media, entertainment, information & communication industries”)

ATJD

Television scripts & screenplays




(See also: WHG: “TV tie-in humour”)

ATJS

Television drama




(Class here: works on drama series, soap operas, plays for TV, etc)

ATJX

Television production: technical & background skills




(Class here: television camerawork)

ATL

Radio




(Use ATL* codes for performing arts aspects only)




(See also: KNT: “Media, entertainment, information & communication industries”)

ATLD

Radio scripts

ATQ

Dance




(With ATQ* codes, assign also STYLE Qualifier(s) as appropriate)

ATQC

Choreography

ATQL

Ballet

ATQR

Ballroom dancing

ATQT

Contemporary dance

ATQZ

Folk dancing

ATX

Other performing arts




(Class here: mime, street theatre, stand-up comedy, conjuring, variety shows, music hall, cabaret, juggling, circus & circus skills, etc)

ATXM

Puppetry, miniature & toy theatre

ATXP

Pageants, parades, festivals

ATXZ

Animal spectacles, performing animals

ATXZ1

Bullfighting

AV

Music




(With AV* codes, assign STYLE Qualifier(s) as appropriate)

AVA

Theory of music & musicology

AVC

Music reviews & criticism

AVD

Discographies & buyer’s guides

AVL

Music: styles & genres




(With AVL* codes, ALWAYS assign STYLE Qualifier(s) as appropriate)

AVLA

Art music, orchestral & formal music

AVLC

Choral music

AVLF

Opera

AVLK

Sacred & religious music

AVLP

Popular music




(Use for all forms of popular music, as distinct from art music and traditional music, such as light orchestral, Tin Pan Alley, all forms of Jazz, Rock and Pop music, Soul, Rap etc. ALWAYS assign STYLE Qualifier(s) to indicate the specific style or genre of music)


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