Reminds me of a college creativity assignment (I believe there's one or two
list members who may remember this one!) We took a video camera and made a
movie of "life without art". One of my colleague's daughters began the movie
by looking at a pictureless book, then we were off to her bedroom where we
taped the room in segments, as if the items in the room were disappearing.
Soon she was left in a completely bare room. It was pretty inspirational and
alot of fun.
> An idea which was suggested to me by a retired art teacher I met about a
> month ago, and which I like because I think it important actively engage
> people, might be to look around the auditorium, not only at the people in
> attendance but at the physical setting as well, and ask them, as they look
> around, where do they NOT see the influence and application of art in one
> form or another. Clothes, architecture, wall decorations, etc. etc. are
> possible because of the influence of art.
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