Posts Tagged ‘resources’

#Hashtags: Water Water Everywhere

Teresa Margolles. La Sombra (The Shade), 2016; concrete veneer on wood. Artwork commissioned by City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) for CURRENT:LA Water. Photo by Panic Studio LA.

#environment #conservation #access #resources #water #public art #civic art #biennials Los Angeles is a metropolis built on a delusion: that engineering can overcome a basic lack of sufficient resources to meet the popular need. Five years into a severe drought, one would think conservation would be on everyone’s mind, but the clean cars and green lawns all around town suggest otherwise. To increase discussion of[…..]

Summer Session – Teaching While Black

Lorna Simpson. Five Day Forecast, 1991; five photographs, gelatin silver print on paper and fifteen engraved plaques, 24.5 x 97 in. Courtesy of the Artist and Salon 94, New York.

Back to School is the theme of our final 2016 Summer Session, and in addition to exploring the relationship between the arts and education, we are also providing resources for those working within the academy. Today we bring you the series “Teaching While Black” from Patricia A. Matthew’s blog Written/Unwritten. In Part 1 Matthew highlights specific essays about dealing with student reactions from Robyn Magalit Rodriguez’s “Resources for Women[…..]

Summer Session – Five Tips for Teaching with Works of Art

For our countdown to September we’re going Back to School, which means examining works concerned with teaching and learning, revisiting the state of education in the arts, and providing pedagogical resources for teachers and students. Today we bring you a video from our friends at the Museum of Modern Art that offers strategies for teaching with works of art. While the video is geared toward teaching younger children, the tips[…..]

Summer Session – Syllabus: Black Lives (Don’t) Matter

Left: WWI propoganda poster. Right: LeBron James and Gisele Bundchen on the April 2008 cover of Vogue Magazine.

In addition to examining pedagogy and learning in the arts as part of this Summer Session’s topic of Back to School, we are excited to provide resources for both teachers and students alike that could inform and enrich their art and pedagogical practices. Today we bring you a syllabus by scholar M. Shadee Malaklou from her Jesus Fucking Christ Blog. An assistant professor and Mellon Faculty Fellow[…..]

Summer Session – Resolutions: Task Force on the Use of Human and Animal Subjects in Art

Art Orienté objet. Que le cheval vive en moi (May the Horse Live in Me), 2011 (performance still); performed at Kapelica Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Our final Summer Session is going Back to School, and in addition to exploring pedagogy and education in the arts, we are also providing resources for art practices and education within institutional forms. Today we bring you a resolution passed by the College Art Association on the use of human and animal subjects in art, which outlines the association’s findings on using living subjects within an artistic[…..]

Summer Session – Listen to the Teacher: A TA and Teacher Resource Manual

Suzanne Lacy, Maps, 1973. Happening at CalArts, Valencia, CA. Pictured, Left: Bia Lowe, Stanley Fried, Susan Mogul, Vanalyne Green and an unidentified student; Right, Detail of Maps. Photos: Suzanne Lacy. Courtesy of the Artist.

This Summer Session we’re going Back to School, and while we are exploring all forms of learning, we are also providing resources for those engaged in formal education. Today we bring you a guide for teaching from Karra Shimabukuro, the same professor who started the crowdsourced project How to Prep for Grad School If You’re Poor featured previously as part of this Summer Session. Shimabukuro’s TA and Teacher[…..]

Summer Session – Resources for Women of Color Faculty

Tina Takemoto. Looking for Jiro, 2011. Film; 5:45. Production still by Maxwell Leung. Courtesy of the Artist.

August’s Summer Session topic is Back to School, which includes arts education, pedagogy, and all types of learning, formal or otherwise. Today we direct our readers to a list of resources for women of color faculty in academia, put together by Professors Robyn Magalit Rodriguez and Zaire Dinzey Flores. Rodriguez and Flores successfully used these works to support their argument for funding a women of color faculty[…..]