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Art in the Real World
SHAWN RENEE LENT
HOPE COLLEGE 1-14-2016
Mood & Expectation check
Diplomacy
Openness check
Peace
Brain-Body check
Revolution
Breathing check
Living and Dying
Gut check
Journey of My Practice
LEAPING OUT
FINE & PERFORMING ARTS
Currency of Aesthetics
Art-centered “the craft”
Pleasing other artists, critics
Swimmin...
QUESTIONING MY WORK
PLACE PURPOSE
Neighbor Chat:
Where do you make your art,
distribute your art, and what is
your art’s purpose?
Article 27 – Universal Declaration of Human Rights
(1) Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life
o...
EXPLORING OPTIONS
YOUTH & COMMUNITY ARTS
Currency of Development
People-centered
Asset-based
Pleasing the funders?
In one’...
EXPLORING OPTIONS
ARTS THERAPY
Currency of Healing
Patient-centered: disabilities,
trauma, or chronic disease
Asset-based
...
Why am I not wearing my
artist hat in this meeting?
Neighbor Chat:
Are you wearing your artist hat
to this presentation? Do you
often take it off in class?
Apply to everything.
QUESTIONING MY ROLE
FROM…
PRIVILEGED
OUTSIDER
EXPERT
TO…
DISCLOSED
PARTNER
CATALYST
DISCOVERING
SOCIAL PRACTICE ARTS
Currency of Relevancy
Context-centered
Pleasing the future us?
Finding a fit with other s...
Build-a-phrase
Resources Available at
ShawnLent.com
Q & A
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
"Art in the Real World" at Hope College
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“Art in the Real World” A Conversation with Shawn Renee Lent
Hope College, Thursday, January 14, 2016 / 3:00pm-4:30pm
From a childhood cancer hospital to the scene of a shooting, from post-war Bosnia to revolutionary Egypt, hear real stories of the power of the performing arts in our world. Shawn Lent will share her experiences on the ground and bring you inspiration and resources for doing this work. Sponsored by: The Departments of Dance, Art & Art History, Music, Theatre, & the Dean of Arts & Humanities. Resources available at http://wp.me/p2IMks-AW.

- See more at: http://shawnlent.com

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"Art in the Real World" at Hope College

  1. 1. Art in the Real World SHAWN RENEE LENT HOPE COLLEGE 1-14-2016
  2. 2. Mood & Expectation check
  3. 3. Diplomacy
  4. 4. Openness check
  5. 5. Peace
  6. 6. Brain-Body check
  7. 7. Revolution
  8. 8. Breathing check
  9. 9. Living and Dying
  10. 10. Gut check
  11. 11. Journey of My Practice
  12. 12. LEAPING OUT FINE & PERFORMING ARTS Currency of Aesthetics Art-centered “the craft” Pleasing other artists, critics Swimming in arts language Living in the arts world SOMETHING BIGGER? Currency of Engagement People-centered Pleasing to the people Translating arts language Living in the world
  13. 13. QUESTIONING MY WORK PLACE PURPOSE
  14. 14. Neighbor Chat: Where do you make your art, distribute your art, and what is your art’s purpose?
  15. 15. Article 27 – Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1) Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits. (2) Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author.
  16. 16. EXPLORING OPTIONS YOUTH & COMMUNITY ARTS Currency of Development People-centered Asset-based Pleasing the funders? In one’s own community? Sustainability of the org? ARTS EDU & INTEGRATION Currency of Learning Student-centered Data-based Pleasing the school? Standards, evaluation, best practices, and certification
  17. 17. EXPLORING OPTIONS ARTS THERAPY Currency of Healing Patient-centered: disabilities, trauma, or chronic disease Asset-based Pleasing the partners? Professionalism & liability MOVEMENT ANALYSIS Currency of Exploration? Analysis-centered? Science-based? Pleasing peers in the field? Living in a world of LMA, Laban, Bartenieff, Lamb…?
  18. 18. Why am I not wearing my artist hat in this meeting?
  19. 19. Neighbor Chat: Are you wearing your artist hat to this presentation? Do you often take it off in class?
  20. 20. Apply to everything.
  21. 21. QUESTIONING MY ROLE FROM… PRIVILEGED OUTSIDER EXPERT TO… DISCLOSED PARTNER CATALYST
  22. 22. DISCOVERING SOCIAL PRACTICE ARTS Currency of Relevancy Context-centered Pleasing the future us? Finding a fit with other sectors Living in the world, keeping one foot in the arts world WHAT’S NEXT Conservatives & liberals, police & BLM, peace walls, veterans, Islamaphobia, Transphobia, insular communities, Palliative Design Thinking Cross-discipline Research Training for artists
  23. 23. Build-a-phrase
  24. 24. Resources Available at ShawnLent.com
  25. 25. Q & A

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