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ON STYLE

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Bob Beeching (robprod)
Mon, 23 Aug 1999 20:05:58 -0700


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Mbhirst wrote:=20

"I am interested in teaching the concept of "style" to my Art II kids. =
I think
it is important for them to realize their uniqueness as they learn to =
master
skills. Do any of you have good ideas or examples to teach kids what =
style
is? or to define it?" =20

style =3D a defined manner of presentation

When conventional authors described a person with "style" they usually =
referred to one
with grace and demeanor. In today's "hip hop" environment, the word =
seems somewhat
inoperative - don't you think?
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Mbhirst=20 wrote: 
 
 "I am interested in teaching the concept of = "style" to=20 my Art II kids. I think
 it is important for them to realize = their=20 uniqueness as they learn to master
 skills. Do any of you have = good=20 ideas or examples to teach kids what style
is? or to define=20 it?"  
 
style =3D a defined manner of = presentation
 
When conventional authors described a person with = "style" they=20 usually referred to one
with grace and demeanor. In today's "hip hop" = environment, the=20 word seems somewhat
inoperative - don't you think?
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