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Re: [teacherartexchange] Art304


From: Rebecca Burch (mamallama_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Mar 16 2009 - 09:04:01 PDT

Great! Thanks so much for the links. I will share these with the
kids. As they get more comfortable interviewing artists, they are
changing up their interview styles a little. It's neat to watch their
attitudes toward these interviews evolve. :)

thanks again!


On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 11:52 AM, Beth Edelstein <> wrote:
> What a great project! I wanted to throw out a couple of websites that
> might be of interest or use in this idea of artist interviews:
> 1. Museo magazine, an online periodical which focuses on interviews
> with contemporary artists -
> 2. The International Network for the Conservation of Contemporary Art
> (INCCA) keeps a database of information gathered via artist interviews
> or collaborations or projects etc., which will be invaluable for the
> future preservation and presentation of the art that is being made
> today. Many times artist interviews are the only source of information
> on how the artist intended his or her work to be viewed or presented,
> or about the highly individual materials and techniques that people
> have used. They also have some good information on how to structure an
> artist interview and tips on things to is materials-focused,
> as it is generally concerned with the conservation and preservation of
> materials, but this might be a good site, at least to let students
> know that artist interviews are an important focus in the "real
> world"! Their website is:
> has some reading on
> interviewing artists
> Beth
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