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video art book


From: Harold Olejarz (hoart_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Feb 28 2005 - 19:19:30 PST


The NAEA has just published the book below. I contributed an essay to
the book and got a copy yesterday.

If you are working in video or thinking about it this worth a look.


  Video Art For the Classroom

  Edited by George and Illona Szekely. This anthology features
  from over 18 video artists and educators. Each contributing author
offers a
  diverse approach to the use of video art with students. This book
offers examples
  spanning a broad range of various technological levels, and projects
  from the shoebox "camera" to actual animation, documentary, broadcast
  journalism, and more.  Each chapter relays a distinct account of how
video art was and
  can be used successfully in the K-12 classroom or community to make
art come
  alive--regardless of budget or technological savvy.

  Order No. 215
  Video Art For the Classroom
  204 pgs. (2005) ISBN1-890160-27-X
  $25.00; Member Price $20.00

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