Posted by: Inner~Creative~Voice | September 5, 2009

Art 21 Presentation at the OAISD

Art21: Teaching and Learning with Contemporary Art

September 28, 20098:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.Cost: $30.00 (includes lunch)SB-CEU´S pending approval

Art:21 travels across the country and abroad to film contemporary artists, from painters and sculptors to photographers and film makers, in their own spaces and in their own words. The result is a rare opportunity for viewers to experience first-hand the complex artistic process – from inception to finished product – behind some of today’s most thought-provoking art.

This wonderful day of hands-on exploration will focus on using the Art21 Educators´ Guide. The following topics will be covered:

    How to-

  • use film and objects to teach big ideas
  • explore critical viewing
  • locate web and video resources
  • support the balance of skill building through partnering activities
  • work with big ideas
  • map out curriculum using the Art21

Cost of the workshop ($30) includes Educators Guide. The Guide includes Before Viewing and After Viewing questions as well as suggestions for hands-on activities. These suggestions are interdisciplinary and will support various disciplines including the Visual and Performing Arts, Language Arts, and Social Studies.

Joe Fusaro is an exhibiting artist, educator, and Visual Arts Chair for the Nyack Public Schools in New York since 2003. Prior to his work in Nyack, he was a teacher and staff developer in the New York City school system for 13 years. Fusaro is currently an adjunct assistant professor at Fordham University´s Graduate School of Education, certified by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, and has led staff development workshops in contemporary art education for the New York State Art Teachers Association and the National Art Education Association over the past four years.

Link to register:  http://www.solutionwhere.com/oaisd/cw/showcourse.asp?661

 

 

 

 And as  a side note… this article, about ArtPrize, is on the Art21  blog site.  Click HERE.

 

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