Teaching artists 


"Teaching artists, each with a history of personal creativity in a particular art form, work with students and teacher-learners to engage them in participatory involvements with speciic works of art. Not only do they enable people to grasp particular works in relation to identifiable cultural moments. Not only do they help them to see through their own eyes. They ask them to interpret from the vantage points of ther experience, backgrounds, lived situations-to lend the works of art their lives."   -Maxine Greene


There is an aspect of teaching artistry that has to do with sharing - with workshop and classroom participants, of course. But, when we share our work with each other, we gain so much. Our conversations, here, about our work can become a virtual laboratory of sorts, creating a web of ideas and inspiration. Please join the conversation

 

Teaching artist perspective

Teaching artist perspective

Teaching artists may benefit greatly from sharing ideas, thoughts, strategies and experiences. The conversation suggested here is about that, Tell stories here of times when this kind of collaborative sharing of work in the field of aesthetic education methodology has impacted or improved your practice.

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John Berger

John Berger
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The New School Seminars Spring 2015

The New School Seminars Spring 2015
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Encounters with works of art

Encounters with works of art
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