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description of art
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Barbara Creasy
Thu, 7 Mar 1996 10:59:46 -0500 (EST)
I teach middle school students in Kentucky. They have recently been
participating in some art activities with artists in a gallery on our
campus. After viewing the artists's sculptures (current exhibit is about
Art in Motion called Kin-Esthetic Art) the students have made their own.
This has created a real interest in art, and they are especially
interested in this online discussion. We only have one problem, well,
two actually. One problem is that the kids do not have internet access
so questions are given to me to post from home. This would mean that
they can not view the images you are all refering to, just the printouts
that I take to school of these messages. This leads to the second
problem, which is the main one. Even if they had internet access, most
of the students could not see the art because they are blind. The
descriptions refered to in the questions and answers sound interesting.
Would it be possible for someone to send us the list and describe each
artwork featured? This would be good from the artist involved, teachers,
and other students, which could give different perspectives!