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Using Art for Deeper Understanding

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Joan Lueth

on 28 March 2013

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Transcript of Using Art for Deeper Understanding

for Deeper Understanding Using ART Values emerge when we probe, they are not spelled out
Context is important. Art is part of its time
Message is broader than the image 'Diner' Richard Estes 1971 5 Common Human Concerns
Kohls Model Human Nature
Relationship to Nature
Sense of Time
Activity
Social Relationships Dancing and Singing (Peasants Returning from Work)
Ma Yuan c1180 Cradling Wheat
Thomas Hart Benton 1938 Shiva and Parvati
11c India Old King and Queen
Henry Moore 1953 Samurai Ichijo Jiro Tadanori
c1820 Katsukawa Elvis
Robert Arneson 1978 HERO ARCHETYPAL
MALE and FEMALE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Indian Miniature
16th c Interior
Carl Larsson late 1800's David and Goliath
Caravaggio c1609 WARRIOR Warrior Goddess, Skanda
11th c India Keep in Mind http://photopeach.com/album/lubuli Is it fine to just exist without accomplishing anything?

Is a human obliged to seek inner development?

Must a human achieve something to justify existing? Are humans subjected to the forces of nature?

Do humans live in harmony with nature?

Do humans master nature? Are people considered basically trustworthy?

Are people not to be trusted?

Is there a neutral attitude toward humans? Does is respect the past? Is it oriented toward traditional values?

Does it respect the present? Is it oriented toward the situational?

Does it respect the future? Is it oriented toward achieving a goal? Yes, we view through a lens of personal context

Yet we can make connections in unfamiliar territory through ART for Deeper Understanding http://www.wordle.net/create Is there an emphasis on individualism? Is the self the source of reality?

Is there an emphasis on collectivism?

Is there evidence of an authority that must be followed? This presentation based on content from
'Art and Culture' facilitated by
Sandra Mumford Fowler and Fachon Silberstein,
Summer Institute for Intercultural Exchange Is there an attitude about ACTIVITY compared to contemplation? Is there evidence of an attitude toward HUMAN NATURE? Can you identify a sense of TIME connected to the image? Is there a message or question about SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS? Can you identify an attitude toward NATURE?
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