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Fate2011 Panel on "Excavating Kindness, Caring, and Cooperation"
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Fate2011 Panel on "Excavating Kindness, Caring, and Cooperation"

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Panel presentation at the 2011 Foundations in Art Theory and Education national conference. Participants: Dr. Lori Kent, prof Jane Hesser, prof. Rick Salafia, and prof Laura Ruby

Panel presentation at the 2011 Foundations in Art Theory and Education national conference. Participants: Dr. Lori Kent, prof Jane Hesser, prof. Rick Salafia, and prof Laura Ruby

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  • 1. NOTE:
the
two
videos
may
be
available
on
YouTube
under
9tle
of
individual
presenta9on
 FATE 2011 • St. Louis Excavating Kindness, Caring and Cooperation In Contemporary Art Theory Dr. Lori Kent • Moderator lorikent@gmail.com Jane Hesser Laura Ruby Rhode Island School of Design Rick Salafia University of Hawai’i jhesser01@risd.edu Kutztown University of lruby@hawaii.edu Pennsylvania salafia@kutztownedu
  • 2. ?
  • 3. ?What can be taught through art?…Foundations-level skill-building activities benefit fromcontent that is meaningful to the student, right?
  • 4. Carrie
Mae
Weems
from
the
Kitchen

Table
Series

  • 5. Robert
Mapplethorpe
Self
Portrait
(1978)

  • 6. Gerhardt RichterFrom the Baader-Meinhoff Series
  • 7. ?Should morality/ethics be left in thehands of “experts”?
  • 8. ?How can art/design address verycomplex problems?
  • 9. ?Can artists/designers save the world?
  • 10. Dr. Lori Kent • Asst. Prof. of Visual Studies• is an artist/researcher •And working on models for digital-based embedded education within the advertising industry

  • 11. !
  • 12. Christine BorlandEnglish Family China(1978)..”explores life, death and how social systems and institutions exploit and devalue life.”
  • 13. Mierile Laderman-UkelesAs Artist-in-Residence at the NYC Department of Sanitation.
  • 14. Mel ChinSafe House(2008).
  • 15. William KentridgeDrawing for Stereoscope(1998-99).
  • 16. What else?
  • 17. Excavation...
  • 18. Rousseau and Freud: Past informs present?
  • 19. TELEVISION... I turned off the television

  • 20. Turned onSmart radio and web...
  • 21. Give
back,
volunteers

  • 22. …participate in TEDx culture
  • 23. School
in
SeaEle
…look for models.
  • 24. …find daily inspiration.
  • 25. Coomon,
KIva
…participate.
  • 26. …a book or two.
  • 27. …re-shape curricula to emphasize Social Justice.
  • 28. Focus on CARE
  • 29. Jane Hesser • Rhode Island School of Design

  • 30. Jane Hesser RISD, Photography (RISD) and Clinical Social Work (Simmons) , teaches of 2D and “Psychology of the arts. Jane Hesser is an artist, psychotherapist and teacher with ten years of experience teaching art and design at the college level. She has taught at Brown University, Montserrat College of Art and The Rhode Island School of Design. Jane combines her interests in psychology, art and education in her writing and presentations. She also teaches a popular psychology course during the summers at RISD, in which students earn liberal arts credit while a major portion of the coursework is studio based. Her current focus of study is the relationship between empathy and the teaching and learning of critical thinking skills, especially as this relates to the process of critique. Her clinical focus is on group work and womens mental health.
  • 31. Jane Hesser: A Supremely Kind Moment I
volunteer
for
a
non‐profit
called
Girls
Rock!
in
which
girls
between
the
ages
of
11
 and
18,
who
have
liEle
or
no
musical
experience,
learn
how
to
play
an
instrument
 of
their
choice,
form
a
band
and
play
a
concert
over
the
course
of
one
week.
The
 major
goals
are
to
foster
empowerment,
cri9cal
thinking
skills
related
to
social
 influence
and
the
media
and
to
help
girls
build
self
esteem.
Last
summer
I
coached
 a
band
of
five
girls.
The
drummer
was
very
quiet
and
9mid,
the
bassist
was
au9s9c
 and
struggled
with
social
skills,
the
singer
was
afraid
to
speak
into
the
microphone
 for
the
first
three
days.
One
guitarist
was
quiet
and
shy
and
the
other
was
 confident,
outgoing
and
expressive.
An
interes9ng
mix.
All
week
long
the
twelve
 year
old
guitarist
was
infinitely
pa9ent,
kind,
generous
of
spirit
and
helped
her
 band‐mates
come
out
of
their
shells
and
work
together.
She
coached
them
 emo9onally
and
lead
through
example.
She
wrote
a
great
song
and
carried
more
 than
her
share
of
the
the
work
load.
When
it
was
9me
for
the
big
show,
with
 everyone
they
knew
and
a
packed
hall
of
strangers
cheering
them
on,
the
11
year
 old
singer
developed
paralyzing
stage
fright.
The
band
communed,
literally
put
 their
arms
around
her
as
she
cried
and
figured
out
a
way
to
go
on.
The
guitarist
 would
sing
and
play
the
song
at
the
same
9me.
With
some
help,
the
singer
 gathered
up
enough
courage
to
sit
near
the
stage
and
watch.
At
the
very
end
of
 the
song,
with
one
chorus
leV
to
go,
the
guitarist,
who
had
been
quiet
all
week
 long,
looked
at
the
singer,
siWng
below
the
stage
and
smiled.
The
singer
ran
on
 stage,
the
guitarist
who
had
been
singing
quickly
stepped
aside,
and
the
singer
 finished
the
song.
The
crowd
went
wild.
There
was
not
a
dry
eye
in
the
place,
and
 everyone
involved
was
changed
forever
by
five
liEle
girls.

  • 32. Jane Hesser (via pre-recorded video)The Role of Empathy in the Teaching of Critical Thinking Skills in Foundation-Level ArtEducation
  • 33. Focus on COOPERATION
  • 34. Rick Salafia • Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

  • 35. Rick SalafiaAssociate Professor of Foundations, Kutztown UniversityS
culptor,
 Rutgers
MFA,

Father
of
two
teenagers
…kind
to
me.

A kind moment: when
i
was
a
senior
in
high
school
i
took
my
first
art
class.

the


 first
day
we
went
outside
to
draw
a
large
tree
in
front
of
the


 school.

when
i
was
done
my
teacher
looked
at
it
for
a
moment
in


 silence,
then
looked
at
me
and
said
where
have
you
been
for
four


 years?


years
later
i
found
the
drawing
and
realized
how
incredibly


 kind
and
generous
he
had
been
to
me.

  • 36. Rick SalafiaThe Self Selection Bias: Fostering the Collaborative Instinct (see link below) hEp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXCeshATP0E

  • 37. Focus on KINDNESS
  • 38. Laura Ruby• Department of Art University of Hawai’i

  • 39. Laura Rubyis the 2008 recipient of the Hawaiÿi Individual Artist Fellowship (the highest honor in the visual arts). Her prints and sculptures have been shown in national and international solo, juried and invitational exhibitions. Some of her artworks are: her Nancy Drew Series, about the art of art-making and the art of detection; her ongoing Diamond Head Series which currently has over 60 prints, drawings and site-specific installation sculptures, and is about land and power in Hawaiÿi–about the exploitation of land, and its resources and people and their livelihoods; her “Image and Word” series; and her upcoming “I’m Always Thinking of Chaucer” series May 1 about the conjunction of The Canterbury Tales, jazz and art- making. She also has large commissioned site-specific sculptures, among them Chinatown–Site of Passage. She has taught art at the University of Hawaii since 1977, and she recently edited the book, Mo‘ili‘ili–The Life of a Community, and is currently working on a book entitled Honolulu Town.
  • 40. a kinder gentler art theory and critical practice: the circle model
  • 41. http://www.dailygood.org/http://www.donorschoose.org/http://www.randomactsofkindness.org/http://www.payitforwardmovement.org/http://www.volunteermatch.org/http://www.ehow.com/how_4881033_donate-books-prisons.htmlhttp://www.child.net/volunteer.htm
  • 42. Resource list and copies of this presentation:www.slideshare.com •  loriakent (after Sunday) Photos: Lori Kent, Central Park Conservancy Tulips, 1998-2006

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