AVIC- Childrens' Art

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This is the keynote presentation given by Georgina Valverde at the Art Volunteers in the Classroom Program on November 1, 2010.

This is the keynote presentation given by Georgina Valverde at the Art Volunteers in the Classroom Program on November 1, 2010.

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  • 1. Jean Dubuffet The Grand Arab (He Only Has Sand), 1947 Children, Art and the Development of Creativity
  • 2. of rhythm is image of image is knowing of knowing there is a construct Charles Olson, ‘ABCs (2)’, in The Collected Poems of Charles Olson
  • 3. Viktor Lowenfeld Creative and Mental Growth Stages of Artistic Development The Scribbling Stage (2 – 4) The Preschematic Stage (4 – 7) The Schematic Stage (7 – 9) The Dawning Realist Stage (9 – 12) The Pseudo-Naturalistic Stage (12 – 14) Adolescent Art (14 – 17)
  • 4. Scribbling (2 – 4) Cy Twombly The First Part of the Return to Parnassus , 1961
  • 5. Random or disordered scribble
  • 6. Controlled scribble
  • 7. Naming of scribble
  • 8. Consuelo, age 4, Cicero/Berwyn
  • 9. Preschematic Drawing (4 – 6) Joan Miró The Policeman , 1925
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  • 11. From kinesthetic to imaginative thought
  • 12. Not all scribbles are created equal
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  • 14. Michael Chesworth, Rainy Day Dream
  • 15. Anyel, age 4, Cicero/Berwyn
  • 16. Jesus, age 4, Cicero/Berwyn
  • 17. Male, age 3 Slovenia
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  • 20. Female, age 3, Japan
  • 21. Schematic (7 – 9) Henri Matisse Apples , 1916
  • 22. Girl, age 6 ½ I am Standing in my Backyard
  • 23. Boy, age 4, Brazil The Family Stroll
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  • 28. Roger Brown Museum without Ceiling, 1976 “ The art museum is one of the places that give us the highest idea of man .” André Malraux
  • 29. Dawning of Realism Paul Klee, age 10 The Stork’s Nest on the House, 1889
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  • 31. Female, age 11 Standing in the Rain
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  • 33. Male, age 11 A Visit to the DIA
  • 34. Male, age 12
  • 35. Mapping with preschoolers, Cicero/Berwyn