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“All artists are alike. They dream
of doing something that’s more
social, more collaborative and
more real than art.”
- Cl...
deadened by
mediation
“There’s a whole thread of “life is better than art” dating
at lest to the time of Wordsworth, right through Emerson
and W...
William Pope L. Pull
To create a curriculum
that is
Experiential &
Liberating
Experiential
Students learn to view themselves as active & creative agents in their community
and environment
Experiential
Students learn to view themselves as active & creative agents in their community
and environment
Students tak...
Experiential
Students learn to view themselves as active & creative agents in their community
and environment
Students tak...
Liberating
Students see the world as a ready-made, waiting to be explored and re-imagined
Liberating
Students see the world as a ready-made, waiting to be explored and re-imagined
Students see art and creativity ...
Liberating
Students see the world as a ready-made, waiting to be explored and re-imagined
Students see art and creativity ...
How can the history and theories
of performative social practices
help guide my teaching?
Identity
Alliance
Intentional
Identity
Teacher develops a
community project around
identity
Identity
What constitutes identity?
Identity
What constitutes identity?
How can we help students explore identity
beyond ethnicity, culture and geography?
Identity
What constitutes identity?
How can we help students explore identity
beyond ethnicity, culture and geography?
Do ...
Identity
What constitutes identity?
How can we help students explore identity
beyond ethnicity, culture and geography?
Do ...
Identity
What constitutes identity?
How can we help students explore identity
beyond ethnicity, culture and geography?
Do ...
Alliance
Students develop &
complete a socially engaged
project with an established
school group with which
they share an ...
Alliance
How do we help the students who haven’t
found that interest or hobby because they
have been too busy being the “g...
Alliance
How do we help the students who haven’t
found that interest or hobby because they
have been too busy being the “g...
Alliance
How do we help the students who haven’t
found that interest or hobby because they
have been too busy being the “g...
Intentional
Students create an
intentional community
centered around a
performative project,
gathering or event
Why the Performative?
Why the Performative?
Why the Performative?
Not ritual, not routine
Intentional
How do I identify, research and share
relevant examples of performative and
social practices without confusing...
Intentional
How do I identify, research and share
relevant examples of performative and
social practices without confusing...
Intentional
How do I identify, research and share
relevant examples of performative and
social practices without confusing...
The People’s Choice Group Material
Silver Action (2013) Suzanne Lacy
Blitz-and-Ball Sale David
Hammonds
Haircuts by Kids Ben Pr
The Situationists International
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  1. 1. “All artists are alike. They dream of doing something that’s more social, more collaborative and more real than art.” - Claire Bishop
  2. 2. deadened by mediation
  3. 3. “There’s a whole thread of “life is better than art” dating at lest to the time of Wordsworth, right through Emerson and Whitman, to John Dewey and beyond, emphasizing art as experience, trying to blend art back into life.” – Allan Kaprow
  4. 4. William Pope L. Pull
  5. 5. To create a curriculum that is Experiential & Liberating
  6. 6. Experiential Students learn to view themselves as active & creative agents in their community and environment
  7. 7. Experiential Students learn to view themselves as active & creative agents in their community and environment Students take on real-life __________ outside of the classroom
  8. 8. Experiential Students learn to view themselves as active & creative agents in their community and environment Students take on real-life __________ outside of the classroom Students gain life skills by having to conduct real-world communication, marketing /outreach, and presentation to and with members in the community
  9. 9. Liberating Students see the world as a ready-made, waiting to be explored and re-imagined
  10. 10. Liberating Students see the world as a ready-made, waiting to be explored and re-imagined Students see art and creativity as a means of making changes in the world
  11. 11. Liberating Students see the world as a ready-made, waiting to be explored and re-imagined Students see art and creativity as a means of making changes in the world Students learn that through creative acts life can be as mysterious, funny or wonder-filled as they wish it to be
  12. 12. How can the history and theories of performative social practices help guide my teaching?
  13. 13. Identity Alliance Intentional
  14. 14. Identity Teacher develops a community project around identity
  15. 15. Identity What constitutes identity?
  16. 16. Identity What constitutes identity? How can we help students explore identity beyond ethnicity, culture and geography?
  17. 17. Identity What constitutes identity? How can we help students explore identity beyond ethnicity, culture and geography? Do I really believe in the idea of essential identity?
  18. 18. Identity What constitutes identity? How can we help students explore identity beyond ethnicity, culture and geography? Do I really believe in the idea of essential identity? What happens do kids who do not fit within the neat packages of conventional identity?
  19. 19. Identity What constitutes identity? How can we help students explore identity beyond ethnicity, culture and geography? Do I really believe in the idea of essential identity? What happens do kids who do not fit within the neat packages of conventional identity? How do we help students move from passive to active understanding of the other?
  20. 20. Alliance Students develop & complete a socially engaged project with an established school group with which they share an interest or passion
  21. 21. Alliance How do we help the students who haven’t found that interest or hobby because they have been too busy being the “good student”?
  22. 22. Alliance How do we help the students who haven’t found that interest or hobby because they have been too busy being the “good student”? How do we help students discover that their interest and passions outside the classroom are worthy of investigation and celebration in the classroom?
  23. 23. Alliance How do we help the students who haven’t found that interest or hobby because they have been too busy being the “good student”? How do we help students discover that their interest and passions outside the classroom are worthy of investigation and celebration in the classroom? How do we help students gain the skills and confidence to do formal presentations, reach out, communicate to and find support from others?
  24. 24. Intentional Students create an intentional community centered around a performative project, gathering or event
  25. 25. Why the Performative?
  26. 26. Why the Performative?
  27. 27. Why the Performative? Not ritual, not routine
  28. 28. Intentional How do I identify, research and share relevant examples of performative and social practices without confusing myself and myself and students?
  29. 29. Intentional How do I identify, research and share relevant examples of performative and social practices without confusing myself and myself and students? How do I teach outside my experience, and personal strengths in regards to public speaking and performance? What strategies do I use to teach them to move towards the performative?
  30. 30. Intentional How do I identify, research and share relevant examples of performative and social practices without confusing myself and myself and students? How do I teach outside my experience, and personal strengths in regards to public speaking and performance? What strategies do I use to teach them to move towards the performative? How do I make clear to the students why we are looking at and doing perrformative work at all in a visual art class?
  31. 31. The People’s Choice Group Material
  32. 32. Silver Action (2013) Suzanne Lacy
  33. 33. Blitz-and-Ball Sale David Hammonds
  34. 34. Haircuts by Kids Ben Pr
  35. 35. The Situationists International

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