含义：有创造力的。Relating to or involving the imagination or original ideas, especially in the production of an artistic work.
例句：He is an incredibly creative person – he’s written many books and plays and he can paint as well.
含义：经典的。Music that is considered to be part of a long especially formal tradition and to be of lasting value.
例句：I prefer classical music such as Mozart and Bach to modern-day pop music.
含义：音乐剧，音乐的。A play or film in which part of the story is sung to music (noun). OR A skill in or great liking for music (adjective)
例句：”The Phantom of the Opera” is one of the best musicals that I have ever seen.
Everyone in the family can play an instrument – they are very musical.
含义：歌剧，喜剧。An art form in which singers and musicians perform a dramatic work combining text and music, usually in a theatre.
例句：Opera is not very popular amongst young people these days.
含义：表演。A show or action involving the entertaining of other people by dancing, singing, acting, or playing music.
例句：His performance as Macbeth was amazing.
There will be a performance of a famous play at the Lyceum Theatre tonight.
含义：节日。An organized set of special events, such as musical, art or film performances.
例句：The Cannes Film festival has some great movies this year.
The local council organizes a music festival in my town every year.
含义：展览。An event at which objects such as paintings are shown to the public.
例句：There will be an exhibition at the weekend to show all of his latest paintings.
His paintings were exhibited at the local art gallary over the weekend.
含义：雕塑，雕像。The art of making two- or three-dimensional representative or abstract forms, especially by carving stone or wood.
例句：The museum has many life-sized sculptures of past Kings and Queens of England.
含义：抽象的。A type of painting, drawing, or sculpture that uses shapes, lines, and colour in a way that does not try to represent the appearance of people or things.
例句：Jackson Pollock is one of the most famous abstract artists. He famous for dripping and splattering paint onto his canvas
含义：展览，展示。A collection of objects or pictures arranged for people to look at, or performance or show for people to watch (= being shown).
例句：Jackson Pollock’s most famous paintings are on display at the Tate Modern Art Gallery in London for 10 days.
含义：启发，有启发的。To be filled with the urge or ability to do or feel something, especially to do something creative.
例句：Shakespeare plays have inspired many young people to take up writing and acting.
His method of acting really inspires me.
含义：人造的。An object that is made by a person, such as a tool or a decoration, especially one that is of historical interest.
例句：The museum in town has many artefacts that were found in the local area. Most are tools from the Stone Age.
含义：编舞。Compose the sequence of steps and moves for a ballet or other performance of dance.
例句：Their dance routines had been carefully choreographed so there would be no mistakes.