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Re: Curious

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Susan Bennett (sbennett)
Sun, 21 Nov 1999 10:38:55 -0500

Product will eventually follow thinking, this maybe years, product could be
people. Product without the thinking is not art, regardless if it is not
made from construction paper. There are alot of products that are void of
thinking going in the the name of art. I would question their validity. I
don't know why producing artists is not art for those that responded this
way. I think your point is valid. By the way self centered artists are often
rotten teachers, their work is often questionalble as well. Susan in Ohio
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From: Bicyclken <Bicyclken>
To: ArtsEdNet Talk <artsednet>
Date: Tuesday, November 09, 1999 10:42 PM
Subject: Re: Curious

>I would like to think of myself as an artist. I have been making art for
>over 35 years. I went to college and earned my art degree and then I
>that I would teach high school art for a couple of years until I could get
>series of works together to get into a gallery. I did some gallery work
>a while but I was fascinated with trying to do a good job in my teaching
>my teaching of art became my art.
>I think of my students as my art product. They reflect my teaching and
>gone on to be professionals themselves. An art teacher (or any teacher)
>a big influence on the youth of today and they (students) are the product
>our work. I still do art and, give it away or donate it to charity
>but my work now is students and my product is their enthusiasm for art.
>I still tell them I'm an artist teaching art but they art my art project.
>Ken Schwab
>San Jose, CA
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