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AAD 520, Unit 2: Fundamental Roles, Part I: The Pedagogy of Artists

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Transcript of AAD 520, Unit 2: Fundamental Roles, Part I: The Pedagogy of Artists

Unit 2:
Fundamental Roles, Part I: The Pedagogy of Artists
I. Artist as Public Intellectual and Social Critic
II. Artist as Citizen and Activist
The Citizen Artist: 20 Years of Art in the Public Arena
Activist Artists
By Emily Hicks, from The Citizen Artist: 20 Years of Art in the Public Arena. Archived in the Community Arts Network (CAN), part of Indiana University's Open Folklore collection.



By Douglas L. Paterson and Mark Weinberg from The Citizen Artist: 20 Years of Art in the Public Arena. Archived in the Community Arts Network (CAN), part of Indiana University's Open Folklore collection.

“The Artist as Citizen: Guillermo Gómez-Peña, Felipe Ehrenberg, David Avalos and Judy Baca”
“We All Are Theater: An Interview with Augusto Boal”
III. Artist as Pedagogue and Teacher
in the creation or reclamation of the lost and free spaces of interaction in the United States
in the recreation of lost communal environments
in strengthening or fortifying the ever eroding sense of communal spirit and cohesion in our day to day lives
in the creation of literal and/or metaphorical “plazas”
in bringing about forums for free and creative expression
in sharing collective creation and exhibition/presentation/performance space
as facilitators of sharing, equality and mutual support
of making work that acts as additional catalysts for chains of social interactions
in listening to communities
in the reversal of cultural loss and erasure
in implementing systems of shared authority and power
in “encouraging audiences to be active producers of [artistic] texts rather than passive receivers of them.”

Keys’ Plazabilities articles presents additional potential artist and cultural worker roles:

IV. Cultural Workers: Concept & Contexts
What is a cultural worker?
http://www.yesmagazine.org/blogs/david-korten/are-you-a-culture-worker
"Living as Form" Archive of Socially Engaged Practices from 1991-2011 with Nate Thompson
http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fcreativetime.org%2Fprograms%2Farchive%2F2011%2Flivingasform%2Farchive.htm&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNG0OeUvhN0kSiyM_k9h0AEN-7nPjw
V. Supporting the Roles/Pedagogy of Artists
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