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From: shulamit ashkenazi (ashhashster_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Feb 02 2011 - 02:13:01 PST


hi
thats what ive suggested
i live in israel and am iterested in hosting people and then being hosted.
shulamit

On Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 11:56 AM, Poland, Amanda
<Amanda.Poland@npg.gov.au> wrote:
> Hi All
> What about house swaps in other countries? Not necessarily a job swap. Not sure what time of year would suit those in US? As I am no longer an art teacher, now working in education in a  Gallery, I am more flexible, although more limited with time away from work (would travel as family of 4).
> Cheers
> Amanda
>
> Canberra
>  ACT 2600 AUSTRALIA
> Telephone
> 61 2 6102 7062
> Facsimile
> 61 2 6102 7001
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group digest [mailto:teacherartexchange@lists.pub.getty.edu]
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> Subject: teacherartexchange digest: January 30, 2011
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> TEACHERARTEXCHANGE Digest for Sunday, January 30, 2011.
>
> 1. Guidelines for Para-Professionals in the Art Studio
> 2. Re: teacherartexchange digest: January 29, 2011
> 3. housing swaps ?
> 4. Re: housing swaps ?
> 5. Artists and Folktales
> 6. Re: Artists who depict folktales
> 7. Re: teacherartexchange digest: January 29, 2011
> 8. Re: teacherartexchange digest: January 29, 2011
> 9. Re: Artists and Folktales
>
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>
> Subject: Guidelines for Para-Professionals in the Art Studio
> From: Margaret Angstadt <mangstadt@rssu.org>
> Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2011 15:33:50 -0500
> X-Message-Number: 1
>
> Greetings All!
>
> I am creating a "para-professional guidelines document" (below) and
> your help is appreciated.  Any and all suggestions are welcomed.
> Adults who are one-on-one aids all have a different 'take' on what it
> means to be in an art room.  What they think might be helpful is often
> very detrimental to students.
> Or, perhaps some of you already have such a document you'd care to share?
>
> We're 3 days into the new semester and I'm now full time -- a BIG
> CHANGE for me! So I'm trying to get all my 'ducks lined up' now...
> In advance -- THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!
> Peggy
>
> Para-Professionals in the Art Studio
>
> Welcome to the art studios!
>
> It is important that within the first week or two of class we discuss
> common goals for the identified student(s).  These goals will be
> expanded for each unit of study and our common approach is crucial to
> student success in the visual arts.
>
> While convergent thinking is often the norm in education, here we
> encourage divergent thinking. The art studio is an environment that
> encourages skill development, reflection and critique, making
> connections to other areas, and experimentation and creativity [or
> "thinking outside the box"]. In this environment, students are
> encouraged to think independently and act on their own hypothesis and
> shared goals.  What some consider "mistakes" and/or "failures" are
> inherent in art-making, part of the creative process and to be
> expected.
>
> We desire the most positive experience for each student in the
> independent creation of personal artwork. To this end we request that
> student work be just that: work done solely by the student.  Please do
> not work on, nor physically assist, the student in any manner unless
> prescribed by the individual education plan. A more helpful approach
> is to alert the art teacher (in a discrete manner) to particular
> struggles the student may be experiencing.
>
> Interactions with students
>
> Students are often afraid to 'make mistakes' and look for re-assurance
> throughout the creative process.  Many would rather have YOU do their
> work.  Please avoid this trap.  Rather than telling a student to 'try
> this' or 'change this', please ask questions related to student work
> that do NOT elicit a 'yes' or 'no' answer.
>
> The following statements are suggested to encourage discussion with
> ALL students:
> "What are you trying to accomplish right now?"
> "How do you intend to accomplish this?"
> "What do you need to know in order to be able to do this?"
> "What have you learned that might help you in this decision?"
> "Where might you be able to find help?"
>
> If you would like to tell the student you "like" their art work,
> attempt to be specific to the lesson.  For instance you can 'notice
> something' from the lesson they have incorporated with statements such
> as:
>
> "I notice that you have created strong walls in your clay slab work
> because you used the "four S's" when joining the clay."
> "I notice that you used the suggestions for texture in your drawing.
> How do you think it has improved the drawing?"
> "I recognize the color scheme/harmony you have chosen. What factors
> influenced your decision in color choice?"
>
> Interactions with the teacher.
>
> Please be discrete when discussing your student and your student's
> needs with the art teacher before, during, or after class.  While
> whispered tones may draw more attention than a normal tone of voice,
> please note that students see all and hear all, including comments
> about your student or about other students' behaviors or artwork.  We
> all want the art studios to be a safe environment.
> If the teacher is not available for direct help, and you would like to
> help the student, please MODEL the technique on a separate paper or on
> a separate piece of clay.
>
> Critiques, quizzes, homework
>
> Individual education plans will frame student participation in these
> assessment venues.  Please keep the art teacher apprised of any
> difficulty your student has in these areas.
>
> Para-professional artwork
>
> Many who assist in the art room have a hard time 'observing' and want
> to enter into the fun!  If it is determined that your student is
> functioning independently and successfully, you are welcome to
> participate.  Here are a few guidelines:
>
> Keep your goals simple and small.  If classes are large and storage
> space is limited, please store your work in a space other than the
> studio.  Please do not allow your work to be more important than your
> student's work by drawing attention to your work.  Please do not enter
> into class discussions unless invited by the teacher.  Your 'always
> correct input' can unintentionally stifle student participation.
>
> We look forward to working with you and your student!
>
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>
> Subject: Re: teacherartexchange digest: January 29, 2011
> From: tara franzese <artmuse67@gmail.com>
> Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2011 18:57:40 -0500
> X-Message-Number: 2
>
>> 1. Re: house swap
>> 2. National Art Education Honor Society?
>> 3. Artists who depict folktales
>
>
> Hi all,
> Does anyone know any artists who use folktales as inspiration for
> their art?  I'm doing a lesson on Paul Klee's 'Sinbad the Sailor' and
> wanted to show the students some other images of artists who derive
> inspiration from folktales/stories in their artwork.
> Any ideas?
>
> Thanks!
> -Tara
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Subject: housing swaps ?
> From: ruth campbell <campbellruthscott@yahoo.com>
> Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2011 17:29:48 -0800 (PST)
> X-Message-Number: 3
>
> Hi again,
> Great  to see so much interest in house/studio swaps.
> I'll  will work on some sort of data base- not sure how a techie would do it,
> but I guess I'll just compile names & places, and send a "join us"
> request to the list now and then as it grows.  List could be emailed on request.
> What do you (all) think of the idea of offering our school emails for contact,
> to avoid the spammers, and hesitation of posting more info like phone, etc on
> list? Personal choice I suppose--
>
> I  have a further question....my principals have always encouraged
> me to try "guest teacher" swaps== maybe it would be a way to
> bring a "visiting artist" to our schools, and have a "paid vacation"
> I don't see any cost to anyone's district--boy would I like to bring
> "my show" to Hawaii for 2 weeks, or maybe....Kansas !
> For example: I do a lot with clay, and think my students could really benefit
> from a visiting teacher that does printmaking. I have a decent
> press, but little skill ( or inclination).
>
> Fun to hear all your places of abode..Keep that ball rolling!
>
> Ruth
>
>
>
>
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>
> Subject: Re: housing swaps ?
> From: Linda Kieling <go4art@juno.com>
> Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2011 18:28:57 -0800
> X-Message-Number: 4
>
> Ruth, that's awesome. Thank you for putting this out there and pulling
> it together. I think sending information directly to you would be
> better. Then specific info isn't public. Is that ok?
>
> I think name, places with a short description of accommodations (how
> many bedrooms, etc.) along with preferred contact information. Maybe
> areas you are interested in seeing. Being in the Pacific Northwest I
> would want to contact people interested in coming here, not just where
> I'd like to go. Make sense?
>
> After it is compiled it should be e-mail off list just as you said.
> Then folks could communicate amongst themselves to work out
> arrangements.
>
> Swapping classrooms sounds intriguing, also. Not sure how that would
> work, but I have a big, new Skutt kiln and I love printmaking :-)
>
> Thanks again.
> creatively, Linda
> (middle school in Oregon)
>
> On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 5:29 PM, ruth campbell
> <campbellruthscott@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Hi again,
>> Great  to see so much interest in house/studio swaps.
>> I'll  will work on some sort of data base- not sure how a techie would do it,
>> but I guess I'll just compile names & places, and send a "join us"
>> request to the list now and then as it grows.  List could be emailed on request.
>> What do you (all) think of the idea of offering our school emails for contact,
>> to avoid the spammers, and hesitation of posting more info like phone, etc on
>> list? Personal choice I suppose--
>>
>> I  have a further question....my principals have always encouraged
>> me to try "guest teacher" swaps== maybe it would be a way to
>> bring a "visiting artist" to our schools, and have a "paid vacation"
>> I don't see any cost to anyone's district--boy would I like to bring
>> "my show" to Hawaii for 2 weeks, or maybe....Kansas !
>> For example: I do a lot with clay, and think my students could really benefit
>> from a visiting teacher that does printmaking. I have a decent
>> press, but little skill ( or inclination).
>>
>> Fun to hear all your places of abode..Keep that ball rolling!
>>
>> Ruth
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> ---
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>>
>>
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>
> Subject: Artists and Folktales
> From: Kris Wetterlund <krisw@sandboxstudios.org>
> Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2011 20:47:21 -0600
> X-Message-Number: 5
>
> Brancusi's Golden Bird was inspired by a Romanian folktale about a dazzling bird called the Maiastra. He returned to the form of the bird again and again. To learn more about the folk tale that inspired Brancusi, check out a resource for families at the Art Institute of Chicago's site:
>
> http://www.artic.edu/aic/education/CC/index.html
>
> Click on "Story Time" and then "The Golden Bird" for an interactive version of the story for kids.
>
> Kris Wetterlund
> Sandbox Studios
> Education * Technology * Art
> 2520 Colfax Avenue South
> Minneapolis, MN  55405
> V: 612-986-1360
> F: 612-377-4848
> kris@sandboxstudios.org
> www.sandboxstudios.org
>
>
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>
> Subject: Re: Artists who depict folktales
> From: Judy Decker <jdecker4art@gmail.com>
> Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2011 21:56:49 -0500
> X-Message-Number: 6
>
> Greetings Tara and all,
>
> What about well known children's book illustrators? Marcia Brown is an
> excellent choice. She has illustrated many folktales. Tomie dePaola
> has also illustrated many world folk tales. I know this isn't what you
> were looking for....
>
> Marc Chagall might work for you. Much of Chagall's work draws upon
> childhood memories and Russian folk tales.
>
> Many African folk tales are portrayed in their art ---- again -- not
> what you are looking for.....
>
> Hope this helps....
>
> Judy Decker
>
> P.S. If anyone posts a reply, remember to remove my email address.
> Digest users, if you post a reply, remove the rest of the digest from
> your post and change the subject line to something that matches your
> post.
>
> On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 6:57 PM, tara franzese wrote:
>
>> Hi all,
>> Does anyone know any artists who use folktales as inspiration for
>> their art?  I'm doing a lesson on Paul Klee's 'Sinbad the Sailor' and
>> wanted to show the students some other images of artists who derive
>> inspiration from folktales/stories in their artwork.
>> Any ideas?
>>
>> Thanks!
>> -Tara
>
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>
> Subject: Re: teacherartexchange digest: January 29, 2011
> From: Linda Kieling <go4art@juno.com>
> Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2011 19:11:50 -0800
> X-Message-Number: 7
>
> Do you mean illustrators like Kitty Kitson Petterson (Why The Rabbit
> Is Wild Today, Uncle Monday and Other Florida Tales)?
>
> Or more like Chagall's work -- although he said " There is nothing
> anecdotal in my pictures - no fairy tales - no literature in the sense
> of folk-legend associations. "
>
> and Jacob Lawrence "As in his previous series, Lawrence adopted the
> tempo and pulse of folktales to create a visual analogue to the
> African American oral tradition"
>
> This site says "throughout history, artists have been inspired by
> myths and legends and have given them visual form."
> artsmia.org/world-myths/
>
> The Muskegon Museum of Art had an exhibit in 2010 called "Mirror,
> Mirror: Art Inspired by Fairy Tales"
>
> good luck~
> creatively, Linda
> (middle school in Oregon)
>
>
>  >>>>>I'm doing a lesson on Paul Klee's 'Sinbad the Sailor' and wanted
> to show the students some other images of artists who derive
> inspiration from folktales/stories in their artwork.
>
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>
> Subject: Re: teacherartexchange digest: January 29, 2011
> From: Susan Lang <tuciaobella@yahoo.com>
> Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2011 20:06:57 -0800 (PST)
> X-Message-Number: 8
>
>
> If anyone likes the southeast coast and golf, I have a house just outside
> Wilmington, NC that is in a golf community.  Several beaches are a thirty to
> forty minute drive.
>
> Suz
>
>
>
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> TEACHERARTEXCHANGE Digest for Saturday, January 29, 2011.
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> 1. Re: house swap
> 2. National Art Education Honor Society?
>
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>
> Subject: Re: house swap
> From: "Meg Spielman Peldo" <megsp@cableone.net>
> Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2011 08:45:24 -0600
> X-Message-Number: 1
>
> I have a house and a downtown studio in Fargo, ND - LOL in case anyone has
> watching the movie Fargo in Fargo on their bucket list!
> Meg
>
>
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>> TEACHERARTEXCHANGE Digest for Friday, January 28, 2011.
>>
>> 1. Re: Swap?
>> 2. summer home exchange
>>
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>>
>> Subject: Re: Swap?
>> From: Krystal Murphy <krystalrm@yahoo.com>
>> Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2011 10:10:10 -0800 (PST)
>> X-Message-Number: 1
>>
>> I am definitely interested in this. I have a house in a mountain town
>> outside of Boise, log cabin with a full loft and 3 min walk to a private
>> hotsprings. Amazing sledding hill, Sun Valley skiing and a plethora of
>> hotsprings in this area. I summer in northwest Montana, beautiful,
>> beautiful, close to Canada and Glacier, both places are available.
>>
>> --- On Wed, 1/26/11, Meryl <scmeryl@aol.com> wrote:
>>
>>> From: Meryl <scmeryl@aol.com>
>>> Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] Swap?
>>> To: "TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group"
>>> <teacherartexchange@lists.pub.getty.edu>
>>> Date: Wednesday, January 26, 2011, 2:32 PM
>>> I would be interested in the house
>>> swap too. We have a house near the beach in Charleston,SC
>>> and one in Asheville,NC mountains
>>> Meryl
>>>
>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>>
>>> On Jan 26, 2011, at 11:21 AM, Linda Kieling <go4art@juno.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>> > What a cool idea! Love it! I am in the beautiful
>>> pacific northwest
>>> > just outside Portland, Oregon. We also have a place on
>>> the Oregon
>>> > coast. Michele, I was on Salt Spring Island two
>>> summers ago for a
>>> > workshop with Nick Bantok and it was fabulous! Maybe
>>> the information
>>> > could be compiled off list, then distributed off list
>>> for individuals
>>> > to work out swap dates, etc. Ruth, were you wanting to
>>> do that or were
>>> > you looking for someone else to make the list?
>>> >
>>> > creatively,
>>> > Linda
>>> >
>>> > from Ruth:
>>> > Would there be any interest in creating a "list" of
>>> art educators who
>>> > might want to swap homes and possibly use of sudios
>>> for vacation?
>>> >
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>>
>>
>>
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>> Subject: summer home exchange
>> From: Richard GROSS <ralight@sbcglobal.net>
>> Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2011 19:44:50 -0800
>> X-Message-Number: 2
>>
>> Hi All,
>>
>> I have a 4 bedroom, 2 bath Eichler in Marin County, which is half way
>> between San Francisco and Napa (wine country in N. Cal.).
>> Please put me on the list.
>>
>> Richard Gross
>>
>>
>>
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> Subject: National Art Education Honor Society?
> From: Sharon <sharon@art-rageous.net>
> Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2011 10:41:40 -0500
> X-Message-Number: 2
>
> Do any of you have chapters of the National Art Honor Society at your
> schools?  What do you do in meetings?  What are the advantages of
> becoming a member?
>
> I got an email about it this morning and just started checking it out.
>
> --
> Sharon
> www.art-rageous.net
>
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> Subject: Re: Artists and Folktales
> From: Ann Heineman <aiheineman@prodigy.net>
> Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2011 23:33:19 -0500
> X-Message-Number: 9
>
> Canadian artist Emily Carr used images based on stories of the Northwest coast tribes.
>
>   Ann-on-y-mouse in Columbus
>     Retired
>
> Sent from my iPhone
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>> Brancusi's Golden Bird was inspired by a Romanian folktale about a dazzling bird called the Maiastra. He returned to the form of the bird again and again. To learn more about the folk tale that inspired Brancusi, check out a resource for families at the Art Institute of Chicago's site:
>>
>> http://www.artic.edu/aic/education/CC/index.html
>>
>> Click on "Story Time" and then "The Golden Bird" for an interactive version of the story
>>
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