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Illustrating the Importance of Words, Letter by Letter

Illustrating the Importance of Words, Letter by Letter | Art Education | Scoop.it
In a new show, a Bronx artists' group called the X Collective seeks to put a human face on illiteracy and other problems in the borough.

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A Handy Rubric for Art Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A Handy Rubric for Art Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Art Education | Scoop.it

"Today I am sharing with you a practical rubric for Art teachers. I came across this rubric through this resourcefulCreativity Board on Pinterest. As you see below the rubric is divided into 6 categories: material application and techniques, understanding of content, completion, tool responsibility, craftsmanship, and creative process. Teachers are to assess students artwork against these 6 categories assigning marks from 0 to 30. Depending on your teaching situation and your students learning needs, you might need to change or modify some of the evaluative criteria in this chart to fit your own teaching goals. Whatever way you use it, this rubric is a great example of the things art teachers have to pay heed to when assessing their students artworks."

 


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Reason & Emotion: Pseudoscience Meets Gender Stereotypes in 1943 Disney Wartime Propaganda

Reason & Emotion: Pseudoscience Meets Gender Stereotypes in 1943 Disney Wartime Propaganda | Art Education | Scoop.it
What resisting a double fudge sundae has to do with Freud and defeating the Nazis.

Whether we call it "rationality vs. intuition," as Alb

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k3hamilton's curator insight, December 8, 2013 11:43 PM

"may we borrow your pretty little head"

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Aziz + Cucher: Metaphors of New Technologies | Photography | Anxious Objects, Identity |

Aziz + Cucher: Metaphors of New Technologies | Photography | Anxious Objects, Identity | | Art Education | Scoop.it
Aziz + Cucher: Metaphors of New Technologies. Aziz + Cucher have been collaborating on and exhibiting digital photography projects and sculpture since 1991. They live and work in Brooklyn, New York. An

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Holly Berndt's curator insight, June 1, 2014 3:39 PM

Aziz and Cucher's collaborative interest is in “creating visual metaphors for the increasing role that new technologies play in our lives and how they affect us politically, socially, and psychologically.” The artists use photography and digitally edit out the mouths and eyes of the people. It's interesting how the artists use technology in their artistic process while they reflect on the role of technology and how it affects us as humans.

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Growing up digital: How the Internet affects teen identity - Great Bend Tribune

Growing up digital: How the Internet affects teen identity - Great Bend Tribune | Art Education | Scoop.it

Growing up digital: How the Internet affects teen identity
Great Bend Tribune
While cases like Smith's are rare, Smith was doing what most teenagers do: seeking identity validation from friends and strangers, often via social media.

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William Kentridge: Anything Is Possible

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This month, PBS’s ART:21 premiered William Kentridge: Anything Is Possible — a fascinating documentary about the artist’s creative process, offering a rare glimpse of the genius behind the charcoal drawings, animations, video installations, shadow plays, video installations, mechanical puppets, sculptures, operas, tapestries and live performance pieces that have made him one of today’s most exciting and diverse contemporary artists.

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Ugandan Artists: Meet Samuel Kakaire

Ugandan Artists: Meet Samuel Kakaire | Art Education | Scoop.it
He is definitely one of the most diverse multicultural Ugandan visual artists alive. He is the only Ugandan visual artist who has married ancient Russian-Byzantine culture with Ugandan culture.

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14 Powerful TED Talks by Photographers

14 Powerful TED Talks by Photographers | Art Education | Scoop.it
TED has some of the most interesting talks you'll find on the web, with topics ranging from how diet can prevent cancer to demonstrations of amazing new photo technology. They also have a great collec...

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TED talks to use in class

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What If There Was Instagram Throughout History?

What If There Was Instagram Throughout History? | Art Education | Scoop.it
 
Histagrams is the brainchild of Gusto NYC and Gavin Alaoen, two New York City based artists currently working for MTV Networks.

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Stereotypes and clichés reflect in the video art

Stereotypes and clichés reflect in the video art | Art Education | Scoop.it
Video artist Julian Rosefeldt’s video showing at Garibaldi building of Taksim focuses on political aspects of our society.

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Mapping Stereotypes Project by alphadesigner

Mapping Stereotypes Project by alphadesigner | Art Education | Scoop.it
Satirical cartography project by visual artist, graphic designer and illustrator Yanko Tsvetkov...

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Mia Barchetti's comment, February 25, 2013 11:14 PM
These visuals are my absolute favorite. They basically categorize the way society observes certain locations. I can use this to not only entertain my audience but to see if they share the same views.
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Youth, Identity, and Digital Media

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Youth, Identity, and Digital Media

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Fortress to Solitude - Curatorial Projects: Salvajes - Digesting Europe Piece by Piece

Fortress to Solitude - Curatorial Projects: Salvajes - Digesting Europe Piece by Piece | Art Education | Scoop.it
Fortress to Solitude brings you limited edition prints and other works on paper by emerging contemporary international artists working and exhibiting today in art capitals as diverse as Berlin, New York or São Paulo.

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Art + Soul series 2 - Projects - ABC Arts

Art + Soul series 2 - Projects - ABC Arts | Art Education | Scoop.it
A diverse group of outstanding contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists reveal to Hetti Perkins
how their art practice is driven by culture and heritage, political and personal preoccupations, dreams and imagination.

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Native art now: indigenous and digital - The Guardian (blog)

Native art now: indigenous and digital - The Guardian (blog) | Art Education | Scoop.it
Native art now: indigenous and digital
The Guardian (blog)
But colonialism also leaves more subtle legacies for contemporary indigenous artists in the form of stereotypes that are hard to shift.

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Contemporary Artists making a commentary on stereotypes

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