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Re: life drawing classes/ secondary level
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Stenger - Judith DiSalvo
Wed, 4 Mar 1998 17:09:44 -0500 (EST)
My guess is that you'd be "exposing" yourself to a lot of negative
publicity, and maybe worse. One solution might be to suggest that your
students go (with parental approval) to a local community college or adult
ed program for Saturday or summer life drawing classes. If you decide to
go agead with holding life classes at your school, please get the counsel
of your administrators, parents, and attorney. Some communities may find
this perfectly acceptable, but if yours turns out not to be, you could
imperil your career.
On Tue, 3 Mar 1998, george doros wrote:
> I am a secondary school visual arts teacher with a class of senior
> students Gr. 12 and O.A.C. (Ontario) who are a very mature group. I
> would like to provide them with skills in life drawing and figure
> drawing. One the colleges requested a former student to display life
> and figure drawing as part of their portfolio, something which has not
> been an area addressed in the current curriculum.
> Has anyone attemped life drawing in their senior secondary school visual
> arts program and what are some areas of concern in setting this up. I
> do not want this to be perceived in the wrong way by other staff,
> administration or students or a "nude" drawing course if this is
> Anyone comments would be helpful.
> Da Vinci