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Framing Questions And Modes Of Inquiry In Illustration Process And Critique, Robert Brinkerhoff Apr 2019

Framing Questions And Modes Of Inquiry In Illustration Process And Critique, Robert Brinkerhoff

Faculty & Librarian Work

Every creative act begins with a question—whether consciously or unconsciously formed—and illustrators may enhance their approaches to visual problems by framing a line of critical inquiry that invigorates conceptualization. While inventories and lists of questions are suitable ways to begin, there exist many different modes of questioning—verbal and non-verbal, manual and cognitive, linear and discursive, intuitive and rational, integrative and deconstructive. This chapter explores diverse methods for inquiry in problem definition and resolution, describing a variety of models and incorporating observations by professional artist-educators to expose different strategies for illustrators.


When You Were Made: Tshab Her & Victoria Kue, Wriston Art Center Galleries Jan 2019

When You Were Made: Tshab Her & Victoria Kue, Wriston Art Center Galleries

Exhibition Materials

Her and Kue are emerging Hmong-American artists whose work addresses the complexities of being second-generation women members of this nationless ethnic minority. In their artwork they navigate the politics of displacement, the connections between cultural identity and place, the impact of gendered social roles, and the weight of tradition from this unique perspective. Curated by Kate Mothes, founder of Young Space.

Information on the many community programs about Hmong culture related to when you were made: Tshab Her & Victoria Kue and can be found at lawrence.edu/s/wriston.


Exploring Public Space: Interventionist Artworks And The Creative Disruption Of The Everyday, Jack Watson Jan 2019

Exploring Public Space: Interventionist Artworks And The Creative Disruption Of The Everyday, Jack Watson

High School Resources

  1. Attempting to bridge a gap between artist and spectator while also challenging the elitism and preciousness associated with art, artists have long sought ways to blend the art experience into the everyday. From the ephemeral performances and “social sculptures” of 20th century conceptual art to the culture-jamming interventions of contemporary street art, there is a rich historical context for engaging directly with the spectator in public spaces. Taking artwork into public spaces in the form of actions rather than objects – actions which involve the participation of the spectator – bypasses the negotiations and mediations that take place when a viewer experiences ...


Journey To Refuge: Understanding Refugees, Exploring Trauma, And Best Practices For Newcomers And Schools, Trina D. Harlow Jan 2019

Journey To Refuge: Understanding Refugees, Exploring Trauma, And Best Practices For Newcomers And Schools, Trina D. Harlow

NPP eBooks

Pre-K through 12th grade schools within the United States have become much more diverse in recent years. Schools are now commonly not only diverse because of diverse students born in the United States, but also have many immigrant students. A growing number of these immigrant students are resettled children who have refugee status. In schools, these recent immigrants are called newcomers. This book is a culmination of research and anecdotal experiences regarding the refugee issue as it pertains to these students in American schools and schools elsewhere in the world. Scholars, policy makers, educators, those who work in the refugee ...


Arts Integration In Elementary Curriculum: 2nd Edition, Molly Zhou, David Brown Jul 2018

Arts Integration In Elementary Curriculum: 2nd Edition, Molly Zhou, David Brown

Education Open Textbooks

This open textbook was revised in 2018 under a Round Eleven Mini-Grant for Revisions. Topics include:

  • Arts Integration
  • Music
  • Visual Arts
  • Literary Arts
  • Performing Arts
  • Physical Education and Movement

A set of lecture slides for the textbook are also included as an additional file.

Accessible files with optical character recognition (OCR) and auto-tagging provided by the Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation.


Reasserting Arts Education In K-12 Curriculum: A Qualitative Case Study And Pilot Programs, Amber Geary Feb 2018

Reasserting Arts Education In K-12 Curriculum: A Qualitative Case Study And Pilot Programs, Amber Geary

Books

From September 2015 through September 2017, the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College conducted a cross-sectional study that asked, “What makes K-12 public school educators choose to use a museum as part of their curriculum?” At the time of this research, no qualitative studies—either regional or national—could be found on this subject. Studies addressing the “how” and the “what” involved in museum-school collaborations had been published, but none looked at the “why” that motivated such partnerships.

This mixed-method, regional study reflects perspectives of teachers and administrators on the museum-school collaboration dynamic after the introduction ...


A Material Education: The Art & Science Of Stanton Sears - Intersections Series By The Dewitt Wallace Library, Laura Billings Coleman Jan 2018

A Material Education: The Art & Science Of Stanton Sears - Intersections Series By The Dewitt Wallace Library, Laura Billings Coleman

Books

Interactive version of A Material Education: The Art & Science of Stanton Sears

Edited by Beth Hillemann
Digital Book Design by Magdalena Panetta

This series of e-books, entitled Intersections, will serve to highlight the interdisciplinary approaches of our faculty and students. Each e-book will feature Macalester faculty members who embody the interdisciplinary nature of the liberal arts in their teaching and scholarship.

A Material Education: The Art and Science of Stanton Sears is the exciting inaugural book of the series. The studio of Stan Sears gives us the ideal start to our exploration of the critical connections between arts and sciences ...


Center For Social Equity + Inclusion Action Plan, Center For Social Equity & Inclusion, Rosanne Somerson, Rene Watkins Payne Sep 2017

Center For Social Equity + Inclusion Action Plan, Center For Social Equity & Inclusion, Rosanne Somerson, Rene Watkins Payne

Center for Social Equity & Inclusion Action Plan

Art and design have far-reaching capacities for generating shared language and connecting people and communities. The creative forms we study at RISD are powerful means for conveying ideas and shaping experiences across habituated boundaries. Today we see those forms resonate more than ever before in the multilingual, culturally heterogeneous, digitally interconnected spaces around the globe. In fact, the democratization of communications media has made it possible for long marginalized voices to join and substantively transform our public discourses. The resulting body of critical knowledge has focused attention on interlocking systems of privilege and disenfranchisement entrenched throughout our social institutions, including ...


Risd Faculty Values Statement, Rhode Island School Of Design Jun 2017

Risd Faculty Values Statement, Rhode Island School Of Design

RISD Faculty Values

After thoughtful consideration and refinement of the 2017 RISD Faculty Values Statement, the full-time faculty, several part-time faculty and RISD Museum curators voted in favor of its contents and have signed on as supporters. We intend that this statement will remain relevant beyond the current political moment and encourage its wider distribution—both at RISD and beyond.


2017 Faculty Letter To Students, Rhode Island School Of Design May 2017

2017 Faculty Letter To Students, Rhode Island School Of Design

RISD Faculty Values

An end of the year letter from the RISD faculty sent to RISD students reaffirming their support of the students, acknowledging the challenges of this past academic year in light of the current social and political turmoil and sharing the RISD Faculty Values Statement.


Engaging Bilingual Students In The Grade Six Classroom, Kathryn Contini Mar 2017

Engaging Bilingual Students In The Grade Six Classroom, Kathryn Contini

Community of Scholars Day—Posters

In this presentation, I will share my ongoing case study research on factors that support reading motivation and engagement for three emergent bilingual learners (BLS) in my grade six English language arts classes. I will present a variety of information gained through both quantitative and qualitative research methods, and share strategies that been helpful to engaging these sixth graders. Feedback from other practitioners will be solicited.


Joe Sartor: Morehead Mind Games, Kentucky Folk Art Center, Joe Sartor Jan 2017

Joe Sartor: Morehead Mind Games, Kentucky Folk Art Center, Joe Sartor

Kentucky Folk Art Center Exhibition Catalogs

2017 Kentucky Folk Art Center exhibition catalog of artist Joe Sartor.


Bruce New: The Night Is Only A Dream, Kentucky Folk Art Center, Bruce New Jan 2017

Bruce New: The Night Is Only A Dream, Kentucky Folk Art Center, Bruce New

Kentucky Folk Art Center Exhibition Catalogs

2017 Kentucky Folk Art Center exhibition catalog of artist Bruce New.


Women Of Our Worlds: Women Raising Voices Against Violence, Patty Bode Jan 2017

Women Of Our Worlds: Women Raising Voices Against Violence, Patty Bode

High School Resources

In a high school painting and drawing course, students investigated what contemporary women artists were making, saying, protesting, and changing in multiple art worlds. Group dialogue centered on generative themes in which students chose interconnected topics of combating domestic violence, affirming diverse body expressions and family relationships to launch a painting on canvas project. Students took leadership in activism to invite community workers into the art room resulting and in-school interventions such as, installing art exhibit in the school office, and projecting text and imagery in school cafeteria walls. Expanding into the community, students produced and installed info-art-posters in sites ...


Review Of The Day The Crayons Came Home By Drew Daywalt, Jessica A. Elder Jan 2017

Review Of The Day The Crayons Came Home By Drew Daywalt, Jessica A. Elder

Library Intern Book Reviews

No abstract provided.


Review Of Beatrix Potter And Her Paint Box By David Mcphail, Jessica A. Elder Jan 2017

Review Of Beatrix Potter And Her Paint Box By David Mcphail, Jessica A. Elder

Library Intern Book Reviews

No abstract provided.


The Sheridan Notebook, Brandon Mcfarlane, Kristine Villeneuve, Devin Murray Sep 2016

The Sheridan Notebook, Brandon Mcfarlane, Kristine Villeneuve, Devin Murray

Faculty Books

The Sheridan Notebook is an integral component to a series of studies that seek to better understand (1) the impact of adult colouring on creativity and mindfulness, and (2) the educational potential of adult colouring. A growing volume of research suggests there is a noteworthy connection between mindfulness and creativity: mindful individuals through presence, openness, acceptance, and self-inquiry are able to adopt many perspectives and pursue multiple solutions when solving problems—characteristics held by highly creative and innovative individuals.

This book synthesizes adult colouring with the “In and Out” note-taking technique—developed at the International Center for Studies in Creativity ...


Arts Programming & Partnerships In New York City Public Schools: Geographic Mapping Revealing Disparities, Shanice Hodge Apr 2016

Arts Programming & Partnerships In New York City Public Schools: Geographic Mapping Revealing Disparities, Shanice Hodge

Capstone Projects 2015-Present

The New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) is a New York State agency dedicated to supporting arts, culture, and heritage activities that serve the state’s citizens and visitors. Each year, through a competitive grant program, NYSCA awards grants to non-profit organizations.


Taking In: A Juried Selection Of Undergraduate Photography 2016, Lesley University Apr 2016

Taking In: A Juried Selection Of Undergraduate Photography 2016, Lesley University

Taking In

One of the images selected for this year's Taking In shows us a window, or more specifically, a screen that has seen better days. As viewers we stand in an unnamed space that resists domestic comforts and look through that battered screen to a bright day. We are both inside and out, in the moment and looking past it. In another photograph a young man confronts us as a woman clasps both sides of his head. Her expression reveals little, but her grip is strong. Raking light and ambiguous gesture illuminate, but do not define, the complexities of intimacy ...


The Devil Made Us Do It: Depictions Of Satan In Kentucky Folk Art, Kentucky Folk Art Center Jan 2016

The Devil Made Us Do It: Depictions Of Satan In Kentucky Folk Art, Kentucky Folk Art Center

Kentucky Folk Art Center Exhibition Catalogs

2016 Kentucky Folk Art Center exhibition catalog of artwork depicting Satan.


Mark Francis: Time & Chance, Mark Francis, Kentucky Folk Art Center Jan 2016

Mark Francis: Time & Chance, Mark Francis, Kentucky Folk Art Center

Kentucky Folk Art Center Exhibition Catalogs

2016 Kentucky Folk Art Center exhibition catalog of artist Mark Francis.


Risd Fact Book 2016, Institutional Research Jan 2016

Risd Fact Book 2016, Institutional Research

RISD Fact Books

The Office of Institutional Research is pleased to present the 2016 Rhode Island School of Design Fact Book; a general source of information about the College. Published annually, the Fact Book presents institutional data gathered from across the College and is compiled to capture the 2015 fiscal and academic year, as well as the beginning of AY2015-16.


Re-Imaging City Walls: Engaging Children To Replace Hostile Wall-Chalking With Their Drawings, Rabeya Jalil Jan 2016

Re-Imaging City Walls: Engaging Children To Replace Hostile Wall-Chalking With Their Drawings, Rabeya Jalil

Early Childhood Resources

Experience how two art educators lead a community-based initiative by engaging children from suburban districts to revamp public walls; erase hate graffiti and wall- chalking and replace them with interactive drawings.


Power Issues In Everyday Life ÷ Socially Engaged Art = Empowerment, Hoyun Richter Jan 2016

Power Issues In Everyday Life ÷ Socially Engaged Art = Empowerment, Hoyun Richter

High School Resources

This lesson is facilitated so that students can identify and expand their perspective on a power issue relevant to their lives through dialogue, analysis of relevant artworks, and everyday examples. Artists Suzanne Lacy, Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, Emily are introduced to discuss power and powerlessness.


The Digital Incunabula: Rock • Paper • Pixels, Patrick Aievoli Oct 2015

The Digital Incunabula: Rock • Paper • Pixels, Patrick Aievoli

Zea E-Books

“The Digital Incunabula is Patrick Aievoli’s personal sonnet through media, interaction and communication design. He carefully crafts each evolutionary step into ripples that are supported by his own storied professional and academic experiences. It’s full of facts, terms and historical information which makes it perfect for anyone looking to flat out learn!” ● James Pannafino, Professor, Millersville University & Interaction Design

“This is a serious work that will find a broad community of readers. The depth and breadth of Aievoli’s experience in the publication industry give his voice and ideas credibility in the extreme. This book will inspire deep ...


Ciis Today, Fall 2015 Issue, California Institute Of Integral Studies Oct 2015

Ciis Today, Fall 2015 Issue, California Institute Of Integral Studies

CIIS Today

This volume is the Fall 2015 issue of CIIS Today, the Magazine of the California Institute of Integral Studies.


Indigenous Education Through Dance And Ceremony : A Mexica Palimpsest, Ernesto Colín Oct 2015

Indigenous Education Through Dance And Ceremony : A Mexica Palimpsest, Ernesto Colín

Faculty Pub Night

No abstract provided.


A Guide To Liberal Arts, Liberal Arts Division Sep 2015

A Guide To Liberal Arts, Liberal Arts Division

A Guide to Liberal Arts

As part of earning a bachelor’s degree, all students devote a significant portion of their overall study at RISD to learning across the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Additional opportunities to focus one’s study in a concentration, or minor, can augment one’s studio major. This guide serves as a road map to intergrating Liberal Arts studies with studio work.


Taking In: Raw, Lucad Students Apr 2015

Taking In: Raw, Lucad Students

Taking In

Taking In: RAW is a juried annual student run publication and exhibition that showcases the best of 2015 LUCAD undergraduate photography and video. For over ten years, creative minds have come together to produce not just a display of brilliant work, but a celebration. A celebration of the most extraordinary work LUCAD has to offer.


Minnie Adkins: Against The Grain, Minnie Adkins, Kentucky Folk Art Center Jan 2015

Minnie Adkins: Against The Grain, Minnie Adkins, Kentucky Folk Art Center

Kentucky Folk Art Center Exhibition Catalogs

2015 Kentucky Folk Art Center exhibition catalog of artist Minnie Adkins.