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Lesson Plans


Jackson Pollock Ideas

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Jim Robinson (robinsj)
Mon, 30 Nov 1998 22:33:49 -0500


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I just returned from the Museum of Modern Art and was very excited about =
the Pollock show. I was racking my brain trying to come up with ways =
for my high school students to gain an appreciation for his work. I =
know I will hear many comments like "anyone" can throw paint on a =
canvas. Well, has anyone had success in creating a studio lesson to =
further help high schools students gain appreciation for Pollock's work? =
I think that once they study his methodology they may better become =
aware of his techniques. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Kim
Bermudian Springs High School
York Springs, PA

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I just returned from the Museum of = Modern Art=20 and was very excited about the Pollock show.  I was racking my = brain trying=20 to come up with ways for my high school students to gain an appreciation = for his=20 work.  I know I will hear many comments like "anyone" can = throw=20 paint on a canvas.  Well, has anyone had success in creating a = studio=20 lesson to further help high schools students gain appreciation for = Pollock's=20 work?  I think that once they study his methodology they may better = become=20 aware of his techniques.  Any suggestions would be greatly=20 appreciated.
Kim
Bermudian Springs High = School
York Springs, PA
 
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