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Re: [teacherartexchange] Creativity In Art Assignments


From: david gran (dsgran_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Jun 30 2005 - 14:16:22 PDT

I think you meant to address that to Darren :)

--- wrote:

> David,
> I understand what you are getting at here. I
> remember visiting schools and
> seeing the identical art projects hung over and over
> and over in the halls of
> the school.
> If your are worried about reproducing that result,
> just DON'T. Regardless of
> the assignment, I always leave it "open ended." If I
> create an example so
> students understand the premise more thoroughly, I
> always take it away from view
> as the kids get started.
> I intentionally encourage individuality by
> explaining how we are all unique
> people and our art should exemplify that.
> Consequently, I get all kinds of
> different results to problems presented by various
> projects.
> This isn't all that difficult to do.
> :-)
> wizzlewolf
> Sheree Rensel
> Artist
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