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Mz koral

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Mz koral

  1. 1. “ It comes from the time, the place, the identity of the person doing it… It’s a visual image of who you are, where you are, how you are, what you are…” Faith Ringgold “There are roads out of the secret place within us on which we must all move as we go to touch others.” Romare Bearden Tar Beach 1988 Out Chorus 1979-80
  2. 2. “…seeing what goes on in those walls…. what other people are doing….is what’s going on in their house what we expect it to be…” Kerry James Marshall “Comics were the most glowing thing I found around me. [Reading them] was like peeking into, not just the world, but into the brains of the people who made that world.” Art Spiegelman Souvenir II 1997 Maus 1973
  3. 3. “My art addresses my internal tension between my deep love for Nigeria, my country of birth, and my strong appreciation for Western culture.… [the] overarching thread is that I’m availing myself of Western painting to seek out a new visual language. In my work disparate elements clash together to give rise to a distinctive yet cohesive whole.” Njideka Akunyili “I am an artist, activist and agitator that works for a better planet.” Favianna Rodriguez Efulefui: The Lost One 2012- 13 Migration is Beautiful 2012-13
  4. 4. Untitled (Solar Set) 1956 “Shadow boxes become poetic theater or settings wherein are metamorphosed the elements of a childhood pastime. The fragile, shimmering globules become the shimmering but more enduring planets— a connotation of moon and tides—the association of water less subtle, as when driftwood pieces make up a proscenium to set off the dazzling white of sea foam and billowy cloud crystallized in a pipe of fancy.” Joseph Cornell The Gift of Presence 1994 “Art projects beyond race and color, beyond America. It is universal…” Raymond Saunders
  5. 5. •Paper quilt patch conveying identity, a visual story •To be mounted as one patchwork quilt •Box collage using a metaphor for identity •Could include personal artifacts
  6. 6. Culturally Responsive Pedagogy •Acknowledging the value of individual stories •Fostering pride in students’ individual identity
  7. 7. • Envision • Develop Craft • Express • Stretch and Explore • Reflect Studio Habits of Mind
  8. 8. Making Learning Visible •Preliminary drawings, concept maps posted •Post-it questions by classmates •Discussion of artifacts and their value
  9. 9. Transdisciplinary Practice Using the lens of identity, students will •tell their story (history) •study the map for origins (geography) •write interview questions (writing) •develop metaphor (literacy) •organize, categorize and record (science) •plan measure and proportion (math)
  10. 10. •Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary and Thesaurus www.merriam-webster.com •Free Dictionary: Dictionary, Encyclopedia and Thesaurus www.thefreedictionary.com •Art21/PBS www.pbs.org/art21 •ARISE Live www.ariselive.com •IRAAA+ https://twitter.com/IRAAAJournal •MAKERS: Women Who Make America www.pbs.org/makers •Art Spiegleman:www.quotesoncomics.com Resources
  11. 11. The whole equals the sum of its parts

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