artsiness


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artsiness

(ˈɑːtsɪnəs)
n
the condition of being artsy or affectedly creative
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I saw empty seats even at Power Plant, surely a bastion of artsiness.
Austyn Gillette is the next thrasher to start a new endeavor this month, teaming up with his Team Average bros, legendary surfers Craig Anderson and Dane Reynolds, to launch Former, a clothing company with all the cryptic artsiness and style you've come to expect from Mr.
Yes, I know that there are high-school video classes and art computer labs, but they need to be turned into engines for creativity and usefulness, not abstract, high falutin' artsiness based on some 1970s concepts of expression.
While he was alive, he embodied all of the aspects that still make Key West unique: the artsiness, the blue-collar toughness, the sexually liberated attitudes, the hard drinking, the work ethic, and the tropical, nature-loving side.
It refuses to lapse into elevated rhetoric, elegance, artsiness, or artificial sentiments, especially mass-produced sentiments.