Re: [art_education] Re: Big Ideas "Essential Questions"
- I have researched contemporary artist on the internet, some who have their own websites, visited museums/art centers where current exhibits are taking place and take the artist brochure with the artist statements in them. Once you have assembled them you can put them in folders and let students select which ones they want to review. Once you have amassed a few you only have to add to them at your leisure or have the students do it.
--- On Sun, 8/24/08, The Conley's <conley@...> wrote:
> From: The Conley's <conley@...>
> Subject: [art_education] Re: Big Ideas "Essential Questions"
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Sunday, August 24, 2008, 5:12 PM
> I really liked your lesson plan about "Why does an
> artist create?" Now,
> one more question---where did you find the artist's
> statements about their
> work? Did you just research each one individually? Search
> for quotes? I
> have lots of visuals for discussion, but no source for the
> artist's own
> words about their work.
> Julie in WV