Is the value of art determined by its intention or content? Is the consensus truth test ever a valid basis of (artistic) judgement?
Is artistic knowledge something that cannot be expressed in any other way?
What is the role of perception is determining artistic meaning? Is artistic interpretation always subjective?
There is so much going on in this brilliant TED talk--Art, History, Math, Language, Religion--I will leave it to you to generate a knowledge question!
What are the justifications for and implications of claiming that there are absolute standards for “good art”? Who determines what art is valued, and on what criteria?
Are moral / aesthetic judgements about art a matter of taste or a matter of truth?
Does sense perception perform a different role in the arts compared to other areas of knowledge?
How much do we need to know about the social, cultural, and historical background of a work of art in order to understand it?
Is the message of works of art more important than the technique and execution? Can you separate them?