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Current Trends in Art Education
Transcript of Current Trends in Art Education
in Art Education What do you think? http://www.lizhickok.com/02alamo.html
Contemporary Artist Inspiration Step 1, Step 2, Step 3 = Instant Art
Nifty exercises with elements and principles
Mimcry DBAE: copying style and subject of famous artworks
Apologetic DBAE: minimal art history connections
Replicas of cultural or religious art from years ago
Focus only on media technique and skills Problem solving, creative decision making
Storytelling, personal voice and choice
Connections to student lives and interests
Student as researcher, art as experience
Multiple ways of making, range of ways of appreciating
Eclectic, democratic curriculum: formal, expressive, abstract, realism, folk art, design
Meaning - meaningful engagement
Contemporary art Each instructional unit should/could:
(1) deal with an issue of developmental importance to the students
(2) be based on a contemporary social theme
(3) include examples of past and recent artworks which have explored these themes, and
(4) teach a method (conceptual and/or technical) for constructing works of art.
http://www.uic.edu/classes/ad/ad382/sites/SpiralWorkshop/SW_index.html Faces of School Art What's Missing? Olivia Gude's Model