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RE: Re: RE: Visual Culture art ed questions


Date: Mon May 06 2002 - 19:22:55 PDT

You're welcome, dawn

>I have begun wondering - is this a total restructuring
>of art ed curriculum or something to consider in

I'm thinking something close to "total restructure" is the plan but it will take a while to get the new VCAE students through the colleges and into responsible positions to support it.

From what I see on the list I think there are already a number of understandings of VCAE and people are already claiming to be using it based on their perspective. It makes it pretty open then. Do a VCAE Unit to start and consider if you want to go further with it. Decide WHERE you want to go with it. EVEN the principles in VCAE in the NAEA have different takes. Kevin Tavin is almost exclusively critique judging by his writing. Paul Duncum wants to accomodate the DBAE people. (Find a copy of the most recent NAEA journal with Duncum's paper in it on VCAE)

Anything I can do to further confuse you or recruit you into a less critique centered VCAE more multi-cultural and anthropological version just let me know.


 Are educators are addressing it one unit or
>hitting it in as many units/lessons as posssible. I
>can think of a few lessons I've created that probably
>fit the gist of the matter, but was unaware it had a
>No longer in left field (thank you very much!)
>just in Houston, Dawn
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