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DIY: Personal Style

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Amber Niedomys

on 27 April 2010

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DIY Identity:
contemporary Folk Book Art Folk Art
Characteristically Folk art is not influenced by movements in academic or fine art circles. "self taught" art
"working class" art
"outsider" art Folk art expresses cultural identity by conveying shared community values, traditions, and aesthetics. Folk art reflects traditional art forms of diverse community groups; ethnic, tribal, religious, occupational, geographical, age, or gender based. Folk artists traditionally learn skills and techniques through apprenticeships in informal community settings, though they may also be formally educated. Utilitarian Cultural Identity "Having reguard to utility or usefulness rather than beauty or ornamentation alone" THE ASSIGNMENT!
Contemporary Folk Book Art Papermaking Book Binding Collage Create a personalized book which represents in some fashion your individual identity or personal style
Students will collage the front and back cover of their journal in a way which represents their personal identity, style, culture Finally, students will learn different book binding methods to bind their handmade paper and collage covers together. Brainstorming! Identity Self image, self esteem, and individuality Gender identity, self reflection, awareness of self identity negatiation, role behavior, personal identity, social identity National identity, cultural identity, place identity
Ego, identity crisis, identity formation, self knowledge, identity status identity theory, community, discrimination, self- categorization Who am I? Sheets for book
Collage paper
Handmade covers
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