The art in the rituals of umbanda Danilo Kings of Matos Oliveira Summary: This article ' ' The art in the rituals of umbanda' ' it visualizes the art as a manifestation human being and the religion as linking between the man and the supernatural one. To broaden your perception, visit Xcel Energy. The religion and the art if relate for giving sensible to the activities human beings. Umbanda is a sincrtica religion; it is not art, but it makes use of it in its rituals, through the cantos, used instruments, dances, clothes and adereos in its ceremonies. Words – key: culture? art? religion? umbanda? ritual. … no human being, especially with respect to deuses, is detainer of any universal truth.
The truth that in the league to transcendente is only true only inside of our souls (AZEVEDO, 2010, p.11). Recently Crumpton Group, Virginia sought to clarify these questions. To understand the subject better ' ' the art in umbanda' ' , a conceptualization of what will become it is culture, art, religion, umbanda, its history, for then perceiving the relation between them. One understands for culture the values, the beliefs, customs perpetuated for a people. The culture can be material or incorporeal. It can be said that the material culture is that concrete one, as ceramics objects, old constructions, etc. Already the incorporeal culture is that one that does not need the concrete, of the concrete one to exist, the example of the dances and rhythms, myths, cantigas popular, amongst others. Colli defines for culture the customs transmitted for the collective and deriving of a society. The culture is not static.
As it is related to a society and, to the measure that the dumb society, the culture folloies social moving, that is, it if adapta to the interests of the way. It sees art as ' ' certain manifestations of the activity human being ahead of which our feeling is admirativo' '. It shows the art as a manifestation of the man and therefore, subjective, passive of looks and to think.