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SPUNKI - Reading Rubric

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on 9 December 2014

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Transcript of SPUNKI - Reading Rubric

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It was difficult to research Deaf artists in the Photography, Sculpture, Architecture, and Furniture.


I couldn't find enough information on Furniture makers so I didn't include it.
SPUNKI
SPUNKI - Reading Rubric
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Everything was new... but something that stood out to me was about the artist Douglas Tilden.

The school Tilden attended and taught at gave him the money to go to Paris for schooling in his craft but the school saw it as a loan not as a scholarship as Tilden had seen the money.
The idea of Deaf Space and how interior space and the architecture of a space can help deaf communicate and be more comfortable.
All of my research was interesting and I loved learning about these artists.

However, I also am still amazing and flabbergasted by the lack of "Deaf Artists" on google when you search.
Art itself is a form of communication and expression that does not involve the use of speech or even language.
A well known Deaf photographer by the name of Maggie Lee became famous after she was older.


She was not a professional photographer only a hobbiest but because of the subjects in her photos she became well known.
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Deaf people have 5 senses just as the hearing do:
SIGHT
SMELL
TASTE
TOUCH
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EVERYTHING!
IT'S NOT FUNNY
To see how ridiculous we (hearing) look sometimes:

Talking
Our Facial Expressions
Deaf people watching hearing people at movies

The blonde jokes
Want the hearing to understand the Deaf community.
Judgemental?

Keith Wann - CODA
Kathy Buckley - Deaf
CJ Jones - Born CODA; became Deaf

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How Helen Keller was able to learn 30 more words that same day of learning her first word by nightfall.


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Where the meaning of the title, "What's That Pig Outdoors?", came from by author Henry Kisor.

He recalls a day when he was suffering from a "typhoon in my bowels" and broke wind. Colin (his son), said, "What's that big loud noise?" He thought he said, "What's that pig outdoors?"
I find these quotes from Helen Keller very useful to everyone:
In 1946, the American Braille Press became the American Foundation for Overseas Blind (now Helen Keller International).

Technological advances over time have added support for the Deaf Community to communicate and translate through different modes to different people.

At age eleven, Helen Keller was accused of plagiarism.

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De'VIA is not limited to Deaf artists only.
The term "De'VIA was coined in a French manner as a nod to Laurent Clerc
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Art Composition
Tend to use bright, contrasting colors and have a clear focus
Often focus on specific parts of the body: Ears, eyes, hands, and mouth
MOPA
The Museum of Photographic Arts offers tours in ASL
Betty G. Miller
One of the first Deaf artists to depict Deaf oppression in her paintings
One of the founders of the De'VIA manifesto
Much of Deaf art depicts Deaf experiences and perspectives
Depicting feelings through art negates the language barrier between the Deaf and the hearing
Andrew Clemens
Used Sand to create intricate works of art
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Matlin: She played a hearing women in "Against Her Will",
a movie about a woman who was sterilized against her will
while in prison, and won an award for her performance.

Bove: A deaf actress who played as a librarian on Sesame Street
from 1971-2003 and introduced millions kids to ASL
while on the show.

Lane: Best known for his portrayal of Cincinnati Reds
center-fielder William Ellsworth Hoy in the Documentary
Channel biography Dummy Hoy: A Deaf Hero.
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Matlin: Matlin earned an Honorary Doctorate of Humane
Letters degree from Gallaudet University in 1987 and
in 2007 was appointed to the university's Board of Trustees.

Bove: Bove is also an alumni of Gallaudet, while there she studied library studies and became active in the theater group on campus.

Lane: In 2008, he guest-starred on the Cold Case, and in 2009, he guest-starred on the House M.D.
Matlin: Through her rough childhood into early adulthood
years, she still became a powerful woman, and a great role
model for both hearing and deaf girls and woman.

Bove: She was a founding member of the National Theater of
the Deaf in 1963.

Lane: After his accident, Ryan finished high school and began
going to vocational school.

What was interesting to me after reading the biographies of all three actors, I learned that Matlin and Bove were in an episode of Sesame Street together.

Matlin was a guest star with Billy Joel and Bove played the librarian at the same time, but they did not perform together during the episode.

What I thought was interesting about Lane was that he was a model before he was an actor, I don't know
what products or people he modeled for but
that's how he was discovered,
on set of a photo shoot.
Matlin: After reading her autobiography, I learned a lot about
Marlee, before reading her book I knew that she was a famous deaf actress who had been on a few movies, one she won an Academy Award and Golden Globes for (Children of a Lesser God).

Bove: I did not know much about Linda, except the she was on Sesame Street. I watched her on Sesame Street when I was a little kid and I remember learning some signs like "I love you" and "thank you" from watching the show.

Lane: I know he was an actor but I did know how many things
he was it. I knew he was deaf, from watching the TV
show that both he and Marlee Matlin starred in,
Switched at Birth.
Matlin: She is Jewish and she had a Bat Mitzvah, and she had to learn Hebrew phonetically and read the Torah.

Bove: Before became Linda the Librarian on Sesame Street, Bove also appeared on Happy Days, The Fonz's, deaf girlfriend.

Lane: Something from his personal life, in 2006 Lane was in
an dirt bike accident in Northern California, which left
him almost paralyzed.
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OK, IT'S PRETTY FUNNY
I found it surprising that Gallaudet University has a dance company.

I didn’t realize how good d/Deaf dancers can be and how much joy the d/Deaf can get from music.
I found it surprising that a school with a large percentage of d/Deaf students had no after school or college prep classes in the late 90’s.
I found Gallaudet’s statement on how to teach the d/Deaf to dance very useful.
Deaf Men Dancing was the first all Deaf professional dance group I came across.

The group was formed in 2010 and now has 6 members.
I already knew about Sign dancing as a means to keep students, specifically young children involved.
The Guan Shi Yin Bodhisattva dance had my interest immediately.

It appears that one person has over 40 hands! All the dancers are Deaf.
Hector Haro -
Two Deaf Athletes
Lovisa Ricks
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Tracy Taylor
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Savannah Gillard -
Courttani Manning
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Anahita Osborn-Khadivi-
Gina Engel
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How well Coleman adapted to the NFL.
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Derrick Coleman is the first offensive deaf player in the NFL

Hamill has an Electrical Engineering Degree
Matt Hamill was a famous deaf UFC fighter.
Both Coleman and Hamill grew up by learning how to speech read.

As they grew they began to learn ASL.
The importance of speech reading is crucial
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Coleman’s mom used a pair of panty hose to help with hearing aid feedback.

The movie Hammer
Hector Haro's SPUNKI
Tracy Taylor's SPUNKI
Anahita Osborn's SPUNKI
Courttani Manning's SPUNKI
Gina Engel's SPUNKI
Lovisa Ricks' SPUNKI
Savannah Gillard's SPUNKI
Coleman's Words of wisdom
"Every time someone tells me I can't do it, I tell them, 'watch me'"
Deaf Applied Arts
Deaf Art of Dance
Deaf Literature
Deaf Actors and Actresses
Deaf Fine Arts
Deaf Comedy
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