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Re: Eileen's teaching culture

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Kathrine L Walker (klwalk)
Fri, 12 Jul 1996 14:14:59 -0500 (CDT)


I found Dr. Jacqueline Chanda's article in the recent issue of ARTSEDNET
Offline, back up our views on teaching culture! At the end of the
article she says " When I talk to teachers about working this way, they
often say, "You can do this because you have the background, you've done
the research, you've collected the information. What are we supposed to
do?" The reality is that there isn't that much information to knos
There are key points that are conected with each image, whether it's
"Arnolfi's Wedding" or a Kuba King piece."

The article outlines ways of looking at non-western art and is useful for
anyone who is unsure about how to work with it, or feels that they don't
have enough info. Rise to the challenge!

Kathrine Walker
Beach Museum of Art