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  • 1. Contemporary Art and Teaching Art Creatively – Exploration of ways to engage contemporary art to catalyze creative art practice in classrooms
    Julia Marshall + Aileen Wilson
    NAEA Presentation 2011
  • 2. To teach creatively defined as “us[ing]imaginative approaches to make learning more interesting and effective.” Jeffrey & Craft (2004) p.1
    To teach for creativitydefined as “ forms of teaching that are intended to develop [student’s] own creative thinking or behavior.” (p.1)
    To teach for creative learning defined as “support[ing] students to use their imagination and experience to make sense of learning…to collaborate over tasks for example, contribute to classroom curriculum and pedagogy and evaluate their own learning practices, and teachers performance.” (p.16).
    To have “professional creativity, defined as a sensitive eclecticism involved in an appropriate response to the curriculum and to the needs of groups and individuals.” (p.16)
  • 3. THE ALCHEMY OF CURATING
    “…sometimes placing one work of art near another makes one and one equal three. Two artworks arranged alchemically leave each intact, transform both and creates a third thing. This third thing and the two original things then trigger cascades of thought and reaction…This chain-reaction is thrilling and uncanny.” Salz (2007)
  • 4. Marco Maggi
    Blind Carousel, 2007, slide carousel, pencil on 80 aluminum foil slide mounts
    Aluminum Foil
  • 5. Do Ho Suh
    The Perfect Home, 2002
    Silk and transparent nylon
    Size variable
  • 6. Ji Lee
    Parallel World, 2010
    Installation View
  • 7. Home: Space and Place
    Artists and Aluminum Foil
  • 8. Exhibition
    Home: Space and Place
  • 9. Ivan Asin
    Tyvek
    2010
  • 10. Ivan Asin
    Detail
    Tyvek
    2010
  • 11. Ivan Asin
    Detail
    Tyvek
    2010
  • 12. Student Blogs
    Minji Kim
    Jenna Malloy
  • 13. Peter Belyi
    Danger Zone, Russia, 2009
    Dry wall, glue 120/240/240 cm
  • 14. Theme
    Contemporary Ruins and Disappearing Places
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  • 17. Theme
    www.magcloud.com/browse/Issue/167269
    www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/167289
  • 18. Final projects
    Sarah Drawn animation
    Laura 3D animation
    Group project-alphabet
  • 19. Student Blogs
    Romina
    Clare
    Adnan
  • 20. http://contemporaryartandeducation.wordpress.com
  • 21. References:
    Jeffrey, B. & Craft, A. (2004). Teaching creatively and teaching for creativity: distinctions and relationships. Educational Studies, 30(1), 77–87.
    The Alchemy of Curatingby Jerry Salz. Retrieved March 11. 2010 from http://www.artnet.com/magazineus/features/saltz/saltz7-17-07.asp