Holiday Online Assessment Tests Junior Secondary Category Holiday Online Assessment Test – Junior Secondary 2-3 – Creative and Cultural Arts (Round 1) Posted on July 21, 2018 by solaugo / 0 Comment Welcome to your Holiday Online Assessment Test JS 2-3 - Creative and Cultural Arts (1st Round) Abstract design can be derived from the following, except A. circle. B. flower. C. rectangle. D. square. E. triangle A B C D EWarp and weft are associated with A. casting. B. dyeing. C engraving. D. pottery E. weaving A B C D EA television station will require the essential service of which of these artists? A. Graphics designer B. Painter C. Potter D. Sculptor E. Textile designer A B C D EWhich of the following is not a source of inspiration for design? A. Environment B. Flower C. Nature D. Tree E. Wind A B C D EThe fabric in tie-dye design is tied in order to stop from penetrating. A. air B. dye C. salt D. water E. wax A B C D EAll of the following are considered as design, except. A. banner. B. bill board. C painting. D. poster. E. wall paper A B C D EWhich of these crafts is widely practised in Kano? A. Basketry B. Bead making C. Bronze casting D. leatherwork E. Wood carving A B C D E The above design is a; A. Banner B. Bill board. C. Hand bill. D. Sign board E. Signal A B C D E The above drawing best suggest A. anti clockwise. B circle. C. circular. D. clockwise. E. curved lines A B C D EA repeat pattern could be used for____ design. A. book B. graphic C. package D. poster E. textile A B C D EAll the following could serve as background support for collage, except A. cardboard paper. B. fabric. C. glass. D. hard board. E. newsprint. A B C D EWhich of the following is being applied on external surface of a mould before casting? A. Grease B. Gum C. Pulp D. Starch E. Water A B C D E'Mona Lisa' is a painting by A. Edonard Manet. B. leonardo da Vinci C. Michaelangelo Buonarroti. D Pablo Picasso. E. Raphael Sanzio A B C D EWhich of the following is an integral part of a kiln? A. Chimney B. Cover C. Handle D. Spine E. Throwing wheel A B C D EEgyptian stones known as pyramid was built to house the A. archives B. mummies. C. paintings. D. sculptures E. trinkets A B C D EThe oldest art culture in Nigeria is A. Benin. B. Esie. C Ife. D. Nok. E. Tsoede A B C D EThe earliest record of terracotta art was found in A. Benin. B. Ife. C. Igbo-ukwu. D. Nok. E. Tada A B C D EThe products of basketry can be used for the following, except A. drinking. B. packaging. C. sifting. D. storage. E. washing A B C D EWhich of the following acts as a skeleton when modelling a figure? A. Armature B. Donkey C. Frame D. Loom E. Mallet A B C D EBronze bowls and shells were some of the discoveries at ________art. A. Benin B. Esie C. Ife D. Igbo-Ukwu E. Nok A B C D EThe ancient art of __ and ___ is said to have some similarities in style. A. Benin/lfe B. Esie/Benin C. Igbo-Ukwu/lfe D. Nok/Benin E. Owo/Esie A B C D EIn figure drawing, the size of the head in relation to the height of an adult measures __ times A. 3½ B. 4½ C. 5 ½ D. 6 ½ E. 7 ½ A B C D EWhich of the following is not a principle of design? A. Balance B. Dominance C. Proportion D. Rhythm E. Texture A B C D EIfe terracotta heads are A. abstracted. B. exaggerated. C. realistic. D. stylized. E. surrealistic A B C D EWhich of these materials are synonymous to batik and tie-dye design? A Beads B. Raffia C. Soda D. Starch E. Wax A B C D EWhich of the following is the first step to a poster design? A. Applying fixative to 'the work B. Applying your dark colour C. Applying your light colour D. Drawing of your sketch E. Stretching of the card board A B C D EEngraving technique can be applied to which of the following crafts? A. Calabash B. Collage C. Dyeing D. Leather E. Weaving A B C D EModelling requires the following methods, except, A. cire-perdue. B. coil. C. mould D. slab. E throwing A B C D EClay wares are made permanent when they are A. decorated. B. dried. C. fired. D. painted. E. soaked A B C D EWhich of the following is related to batik? A. History B. Painting C. Photography D. Sculpture E. Textiles A B C D EThe contributions of _______facilitated the introduction of art into school’s curriculum. A. Aina Onabolu B. Bruce Onobrakpeya C. Dr Ladi kwali D. Lamidi Fakeye E. Yusuf Grillo A B C D EWhich of these pottery techniques will require the use of machine? A. Coiling B. Moulding C. Pinching D. Siabing E. Throwing A B C D EIn modern art, cubism originated from A. Egypt. B. France. C. Greek. D. Mali. E. Nigeria A B C D E The above sculpture is A. Esie stone figure. B. Ife art. C. Igbo Mbari. D. Igbo Ukwu E. Nok terracota A B C D EPapier mâché is produced by _____ papers. A firing B. glazing C. pounding D. stitching E. waxing A B C D EStitching can be employed as a technique in A. casting. B. dyeing. C. glazing. D. modelling. E. throwing A B C D EClay can be obtained in the following places, except A. gullies. B. mountain. C. river beds. D. stream site E. valleys A B C D EPeople's way of life in a particular society is known as A. culture. B. festival. C. modern art. D. religious activities. E. social activities A B C D ECollage pictures are made from A. crayon. B. gouache. C. oil. D. pastel. E. scraps A B C D EWhen using spray gun, exposed areas are covered with A. colour. B. glue. C. newspaper. D. water colour. E. wax A B C D EWhich of the following is not a method in pottery making? A. Coiling B. Engraving C. Pinching D. Slab E. Wheel A B C D EIkot-Ekpene is famous with A. basketry. B. calabash decoration. C. leather work. D. stone carving. E. terracotta A B C D EAn example of imaginative painting is found in A. abstract. B. figure. C. life. D. nature. E. still-life A B C D EThe use of an enlarger is required by a A. ceramist. B. graphic artist. C. painter. D. sculptor. E. textile designer A B C D EThe following materials are needed for print making, except A. ink. B. lino. C. paper. D. roller. E. spatular A B C D EWhich of the following can be attached to a hard board to form collage? A. Coloured papers B. Feathers C. Flowers D. Seeds E. Stones A B C D EIn painting, the effect of distance is known as A chiaroscuro. B. fresco. C. imagination D. mosaic. E. perspective A B C D EWhich of these towns mostly practised blacksmithing in Nigeria? A. Abeokuta B. Awka C. Esie D. Ondo E. Zaria A B C D EThe following are the basic materials in paper-folding technique in modelling, except A. cardboard. B. chipboard. C. embossed card. D. linseed oil. E. straw board A B C D EWhich of the following will be deficient when elements are not judiciously distributed in a design? A. Balance B. Shape C. Space D. Texture E. Variety A B C D EWhen glass is melted on pottery it results to A. glaze. B. graffito. C. grog. D. mould. E. slip A B C D EWhich of the following crafts requires a greater amount of force? A. Bead making B. Calabash carving C. Pot making D. Stone carving E. Wood carving A B C D EStill-life drawing affects A. lands. B. life. C. nature. D. objects. E. sea A B C D EAn effect of depth can be created in a drawing by A. shading. B. shaping. C. sketching. D. textures. E. tracing A B C D E The above design is a; A. shade. B. shadow. C. shape. D. silhouette. E. sketch A B C D EWhich of the following is the oldest form of art in Africa? A. Benin B. Ife. C. Igbo Ukwu. D. Mbari E. Nok A B C D EMan-made designs can be achieved by printing from A. a rough tree bark. B. broken shells. C. flat animal bones. D. leave stalk E. potatoes cut out A B C D EThe surface quality of an object is known as (a) contrast (b) line (c) shape (d) texture (e) tone. A B C D EWhich of the following is not required in tie and dye process? (a) Dye stuff (b) Needle (c) Pebbles (d) Twine (e) Wax A B C D EYam cut is associated with (a) casting (b) cutting (c) decorating (d) designing (e) printing A B C D EWhich of these describes the high and low of sound? (a) Duration (b) Harmony (c) Intensity (d) Pitch (e) Timbre A B C D EThe alphabetical name for treble clef is (a) C (b) D (c) E (d) F (e) G A B C D EThe 6th line of a great stave is (a) B (b) C (c) E (d) F (e) G A B C D EIdentify the staff which has “b” as its 3rd line. (a) Alto (b) Bass (c) Soprano (d) Tenor (e) Treble. A B C D EWhich of these notes has 4 beats? (a) allabreve (b) Crotchet (c) Minim (d) Quaver (e) Semibreve A B C D EHow many notes are in an octave? (a) 6 (b) 7 (c) 8 (d) 9 (e) 10 A B C D EThe first ledger line above the treble staff is named (a) A (b) C (c) D (d) E (e) F A B C D EWhat is the interval below? (a) Fifth (b) Fourth (c) Octave (d) Second (e) Third A B C D EIdentify the non-transposing instrument among (a) Clarinet (b) Flute (c) French horn (d) Saxophone (e) Trumpet A B C D EHow many strings are in a box guitar? (a) 3 (b) 4 (c) 5 (d) 6 (e) 7 A B C D ESound is produced in trumpet by (a) beating (b) blowing (c) plucking (d) shaking (e) striking A B C D EThe recorder instrument is classified as (a) brass (b) keyboard (c) percussion (d) string (e) woodwind A B C D EWhich of these times is simple duple? A B C D EIdentify a crotchet note among these. A B C D EWhich of these notes is called “Whole note”? A B C D EThe sign “>” means “getting_________.” (a) faster (b) interesting (c) louder (d) slower (e) softer A B C D E“Common time” is same as A B C D EThe tonic chord below is _____ major (a) B (b) C (c) E (d) F (e) G A B C D EWhich major key does the music below represent? (a) B (b) D (c) E (d) F (e) G A B C D EA triad consists of ______ note(s) (a) five (b) four (c) one (d) three (e) two A B C D EThe plagal cadence is (a) I-V (b) II-IV (c) IV-I (d) IV-V (e) V-I A B C D EIdentify a two phrase music (a) Binary (b) Duet (c) Rondo (d) Ternary (e) Trio A B C D EThe change of key in a piece of music is (a) harmony (b) modulation (c) pitch bend (d) transcription (e) transposition A B C D EThe type of music used during church service is (a) aria (b) martial (c) opera (d) sacred (e) secular A B C D EWhich of these notes has the same sound as F#? A B C D EIdentify the accidental used to raise the pitch of a note by a semitone A B C D EThe same tune singing is (a) chorus (b)duet (c) quartet (d) solo (e) unison A B C D EThe “Agogo” is a ____ instrument. (a) concrete (b) cotton (c) metal (d) skin (e) wooden A B C D EWhich of these expresses “very loud”? (a) f (b) ff (c)mf (d) mp (e) p A B C D EWhich of these means “slow pace”? (a) Adante (b) Allegro (c) Crescendo (d) Decrescendo (e) Sforzando A B C D ESacred music is used for____ purpose. (a) educational (b) information (c) political (d) religious (e) social A B C D EA “Dirge” is used in/at (a) advertisement (b) birthday (c) burial (d) educating (e) entertainment. A B C D EThe recorded diagram below when blown produces. (a) C (b) D (c) E (d) F (e) G A B C D EG F Handel lived in the ______ period (a) baroque (b) classical (c) renaissance (d) rococo (e) romantic A B C D EWho among these composers became deaf? (a) Beethoven (b) Chopin (c) Handel (d) Mendelssohn. (e) Mozart A B C D EThe instrument below is classified as (a) aerophone (b) cacophone (c) chordophone (d) idiophone (e) membranophone A B C D EThe “Ekwe” produces sound by (a) blowing (b) bowing (c) plucking (d) shaking (e) striking A B C D EThe most important material for making a chordophone is (a) gourd (b) leather string (c) metal (d) plastic (e) wood A B C D EIdentify an aerophone among these (a) Agidigbo (b) Bata (c) Kakaki (d) Koria (e) Udu A B C D EThe instrument below is commonly played among the (a) Efiks (b) Hausas (c) Igbos (d) Nupes. (e) Yorubas A B C D EDrama is said to have originated from___ beliefs/concepts (a) African (b) European (c) Greco-Roman (d) Greek (e) Roman A B C D EThe character that opposes the major character in a play is called a/an (a) actor (b) antagonist (c) heroine (d) protagonist. (e) Tragic hero A B C D EWhich of the following is common to all forms of literature? (a) Action (b) Chorus (c) Language (d) Narration (e) Scene A B C D EThe state of anxiety and expectation in the reader/audience in any work of art is called (a) climax (b) conflict (c) dramatic irony (d) suspense (e) tension A B C D EWhich of the following gives additional information to the audience? A. Chorus B. Clown C. Costume D. Prompter E. Props A B C D EThe principal antagonist in a play is known as the A. buffoon. B. hero C. playwright. D. protagonist E. villain A B C D EThe primary function of comedy is to A. create laughter. B. criticize C. heighten D. lament E. praise A B C D EThe main effect of tragedy on the audience is A. anxiety B. happiness C. laughter D. pity E. suspense A B C D EThe panic an actor has while facing an audience on the stage is called A. anxiety B. stage fear. C. stage fright D. stage tension E. weakness A B C D EA group of people who maintain stage materials are called A. cast party. B costumers C. designers D. prompters E. stage hands A B C D EThe dresses worn by characters are determined by the A. cast B. costumer C. director. D. hero E. prompter A B C D EA playwright is a person who writes A. drama. B. fable. C. novella D. poetry E. prose A B C D EThe totality of stage hands and non-stage hands involved in the production of a play is known as A. audience B. auditioners C. cast D. crew E. production managers A B C D EOne of the following is not a characteristic of drama. It is (a) based on dialogue (b) centred on actions (c) educative (d) written in acts and scenes (e) written in chapters A B C D EThe arrange merit of incidents in a play is A. plot B. scene C. theme D. thought E. verse. A B C D EThe objects which' actors use during drama production are called A. costume. B. mask C. material D. props E. regalia A B C D EOne major aspect of drama is that it is (a) acted on the stage. (b) debated upon. (c) memorized (d) not associated with actions (e) recited in the school A B C D EWhen scenes are changed/shifted, the purpose is to allow for A. large cast. B. more audience C. more gestures D. roomy stage E. stage economy A B C D EScripted and Non-scripted plays have the following features, except A. characters B. hero C. plot D. run-on-fines E. setting A B C D EA play having characters with funny dresses, speeches and manners is called a (a) comedy (b) fable (c) satire (d) tragedy (e) tragi-comedy A B C D EScore board for Holiday Online Assessment Test - Junior Secondary 2-3 - Creative and Cultural Arts (Round 1) Share this:TwitterFacebookWhatsAppLinkedInTelegramSkype Holiday Online Assessment Test - Junior Secondary 2-3 - Creative and Cultural Arts (Round 1) solaugo View all posts by solaugo → Post navigation Older postHoliday Online Assessment Test – Junior Secondary 2-3 – Agricultural Science (Round 1)Newer postHoliday Online Assessment Test – Junior Secondary 2-3 – Business Studies (Round 1) You might also like Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. 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