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Re: Collaborations


From: Vivian Komando (komandv_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Jun 21 2001 - 16:30:01 PDT

Hello All,

This is the second time I have requested this. If you
have already responded, please disregard. If you can add
to my list, I would appreciate it.

I have decided to continue with my research on art and
technology, but more in the area of how collaboration
works and how technology can enhance collaboration (which
I think the ArtsEdNet is an excellent example of how we
collaborate as art educators.) I have to write my
prospectus this summer and hopefully can take my prelim
in August. I hope to use my Fulbright experience in Japan
for my dissertation. My proposal involves communicating
with a Japanese HS class and creating collaborative art
pieces. It may be response pieces, or using symbols
common to both cultures within a certain theme. I am
working on this area and how I would develop it for my
class and our sister class. The link will be made through

If any of you have personal experience you can share,
journal articles, or books that address collaboration, or
collaboration and technology, please let me know.

Besides looking at collaborative art making, I will be
examining multi cultural issues, the roles of symbols in
art, and how technology enhances art making.

For those of you who had contacted me about my Specialist
thesis on the Power Point Presentation on Using Adobe
Photoshop, I saved your emails, but contact me personally
if you are still interested. It was done using Photoshop
5.5, but I think it is still very compatible with 6.0 (I
mean, I still show the Photoshop for beginners video and
Down and Dirty Photoshop tricks video with 4.0)

Thank you!

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