Year 1991




•   Estonia regained its independence
•   Birth of Sally (1991-2002), a Grand Danois
•   Foundation of Sally...
Sally Stuudio




•   Our mission is to support the understanding and prestige of art in society.


•   To achieve it we s...
Sally Stuudio Art School




Sally Stuudio Art School is private school, which is 100% financed by tuition
   fees.


•   ...
Sally Stuudio Art School




•   The aim of Sally Stuudio Art School is to develop student's independent,
    creative and...
Teaching contemporary art. Why?




•   There is a gap between contemporary art and art education
•   The aim of art educa...
Teaching contemporary art. How?




•   Integrating contemporary art more into school lessons
•   Using suitable methods f...
Teaching ....How? Children 3 - 9




•   Building a background for further art education and interest in art
•   Supportin...
Teaching ... How? Children 10 - 12




•   Introducing contemporary artists, means and methods
•   Training manual skills,...
Teaching... How? Youngsters 13 – 19




•   Using means, methods and media of contemporary art
•   Questioning, analysing,...
Teaching contemporary art. Problems




•   A lot of teachers lack of training, methods and skills to teach contemporary a...
Teaching contemporary art. Solutions




•   Teacher trainings
•   Links to actual art and art practice, support teachers ...
Teaching contemporary art. Teachers




•   Since 2008 we have conducted number of trainings for art teachers and art
    ...
Art Awareness Centre




INFORMATION
•   Kunstikeskus.ee
•   Art This Week


INSPIRATION
•   Artists talk, Do It Yourself!...
Thank you!



Sally Stuudio
P.O.Box 3233, 10505 Tallinn, Estonia
www.kunstikeskus.ee/sally
+372 6418 518
jane@kunstikeskus...
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  1. 1. Year 1991 • Estonia regained its independence • Birth of Sally (1991-2002), a Grand Danois • Foundation of Sally Stuudio www.kunstikeskus.ee/sally
  2. 2. Sally Stuudio • Our mission is to support the understanding and prestige of art in society. • To achieve it we support the need of creation and interest of culture, providing people opportunities to receive up-to-date art information, to study art and to deal with art as an hobby. • Sally Stuudio has two wings: Sally Stuudio Art School and Art Awareness Centre www.kunstikeskus.ee/sally
  3. 3. Sally Stuudio Art School Sally Stuudio Art School is private school, which is 100% financed by tuition fees. • Art school for children and young people in the age of 3 to 19 years (about 200 students). Consists of two parts: pre-school (3 – 12) and art school (13 - 19). • Non-formal art education courses for adults (about 200 students in a year) • Training courses for teachers and school officials www.kunstikeskus.ee/sally
  4. 4. Sally Stuudio Art School • The aim of Sally Stuudio Art School is to develop student's independent, creative and critical thinking and manual and verbal capability of self- expression through the different means of contemporary art. • We have developed and implemented progressive methods of teaching contemporary art. We have brought our experiences to other Estonian art teachers. • The cornerstones of our art school are: the involvement of art professionals, integrating contemporary art, paying personal attention to every student's interests, the promotion of freedom and diversity of self- expression and the teaching of traditional and contemporary artistic skills. www.kunstikeskus.ee/sally
  5. 5. Teaching contemporary art. Why? • There is a gap between contemporary art and art education • The aim of art education should be seen on two levels: future audience, future professionals • Using contemporary art for intergrating art and other subjects • Supports students' creative and critical thinking • Supports self-expression and social skills • Teachers and students are ready for changes www.kunstikeskus.ee/sally
  6. 6. Teaching contemporary art. How? • Integrating contemporary art more into school lessons • Using suitable methods for different age groups • Questioning, analysing, discussing, explaining • Making connections with actual art life – visiting galleries, artists talks, seminars and other activities out of class room • Supporting students' activity www.kunstikeskus.ee/sally
  7. 7. Teaching ....How? Children 3 - 9 • Building a background for further art education and interest in art • Supporting creativity • Connecting class activity with children's world • Making art attractive • Discussing • Visiting exhibitions • Training manual skills • Using contemporary means and media www.kunstikeskus.ee/sally
  8. 8. Teaching ... How? Children 10 - 12 • Introducing contemporary artists, means and methods • Training manual skills, concrete tasks, results • Introduction to art history, following the great masters • Conducting discussions • Connecting class activity with children's world • Making art attractive • Visiting exhibitions www.kunstikeskus.ee/sally
  9. 9. Teaching... How? Youngsters 13 – 19 • Using means, methods and media of contemporary art • Questioning, analysing, discussing • Linking with actual art practice, visiting exhibitions, artists talks etc. • Supporting individual and critical thinking, individual work • Introducing different means and interdisciplinary approach • Supporting communication and social skills, group work • Connecting class activity with the world of young people • Exhibiting and supporting young people's initiatives www.kunstikeskus.ee/sally
  10. 10. Teaching contemporary art. Problems • A lot of teachers lack of training, methods and skills to teach contemporary art • A lot of teachers are not connected to contemporary art themselves • Lack of hours for art lessons in schools • Lack of technical facilities • Teaching current not historical may be difficult • Balance – ethics / freedom; entertainment / learning; development, traditional / innovative; standards / free creation; technical skills / concept • Teaching thinking. How? Teaching creativity. How? www.kunstikeskus.ee/sally
  11. 11. Teaching contemporary art. Solutions • Teacher trainings • Links to actual art and art practice, support teachers as practising artists • Open mind, active listening, questioning, discussing • Critical mind • Teacher as a supporter not leader • Supporting young peoples initiatives, finding possibilities for exhibiting, presenting etc. www.kunstikeskus.ee/sally
  12. 12. Teaching contemporary art. Teachers • Since 2008 we have conducted number of trainings for art teachers and art education officials. We have three programmes: “From modernism to post- modernism and back” for art teachers and parents, “Contemporary Art Grammar” for education official and “Free-ware Art and Design Programmes”. • “From modernism...”: important topics of 20th century and contemporary art, art practice for teachers, practical work to conduct with students. • “Contemporary Art Grammar”: important topics of 20th century and contemporary art, discussions, group work • “Free-ware..”: free-ware design, photo, video, animation, web computer programmes www.kunstikeskus.ee/sally
  13. 13. Art Awareness Centre INFORMATION • Kunstikeskus.ee • Art This Week INSPIRATION • Artists talk, Do It Yourself! • Eksperimenta! www.kunstikeskus.ee/sally
  14. 14. Thank you! Sally Stuudio P.O.Box 3233, 10505 Tallinn, Estonia www.kunstikeskus.ee/sally +372 6418 518 jane@kunstikeskus.ee stuudio@kunstikeskus.ee www.kunstikeskus.ee/sally

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