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Monuments and memorials

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Monuments and memorials

  1. 1. Monuments and Memorials
  2. 2. Memory• Creating a monument or memorial givesus the opportunity to think about WHOand WHAT should be remembered andWHY that continues to be important.Art and Facing History workshop,June 2013Monuments and Memorials arean important part of manyFacing History units. For anonline module with additionalresources, go to:Facinghistory.org/memorials
  3. 3. Student SamplesArt and Facing History workshop,June 2013Projects which followedan extensive researchproject about an event,group, or individual
  4. 4. Your memorial is a visual statement usingsymbolic imagery relating to your researchpaper.Brown v. Board ofEducation—Integration of PublicSchoolsLittle Rock Nine—Integration of LittleRock HighArt and Facing History workshop,June 2013
  5. 5. Your memorial may be 2 or 3 dimensional butmay not exceed 18” in any direction.Two examples of same topic, “Lost Boys ofSudan.”2 dimensional 3 dimensionalArt and Facing History workshop,June 2013
  6. 6. OUR TASK: use various three-dimensional objects to create amonument to a person or ideaof our choosing.Art and Facing History workshop,June 2013
  7. 7. Our MonumentsArt and Facing History workshop,June 2013
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  13. 13. “Facing History and Ourselvesmade me realize that mychoices matter. When I amindifferent, the world loses and Ilose. The world needs me to act.And if my choices matter, then Imatter. That’s a very importantlesson to learn as a child and toown as an adult.”Facing History Alumnus

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