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Lesson Plans


Lesson Plans about Censorship, Obscenity, and Freedom of Expression

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Mike Willis (mike)
Wed, 10 Nov 1999 13:38:5


Hi all,

I am currently working on a traveling exhibition of contemporary ceramics
titled "Confrontational Clay: The Artist As Social Critic." I was
wondering whether anyone has written up any worksheets or lesson plans
addressing the issues of censorship, obscenity, or freedom of expression,
since those issues inform this exhibition.

I am also currently preparing a short checklist of tips for teachers who
would like to view the exhibit with their students. If anyone has been in
a similar experience and has any wisdom they'd like to share, I'd
appreciate it!

Sincerely,

Mike

Mike Willis (mike)
Curator of Education
ExhibitsUSA
1-800-473-3872

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