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Re: Kitch Lover

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Deborah Gilbert (dngart.us)
Sat, 12 Oct 1996 09:20:31 -0600 (MDT)


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>To:tszkwongl (Leung Tsz Kwong)
>From:dngart.us (Deborah Gilbert)
>Subject:Re: Kitch Lover
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>>My point is: Asking questions will somehow reflect people's value
>>judgements and beliefs and at the same time the questions themselves will
>>induce readers to think critically about art. It may be a fundamental aim
>>for aesthetic studies, too. So I think asking question is a good exercise
>>for both teachers and students to execute their aesthetic drivers in mind.
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>>Another crazy thought,
>>"Are the questions being asked also a sort of art, too?"
>>
>>Leung Tsz Kwong
>>Hong Kong
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>Oh, I *love* that!! One of my students favorite games to play "Art - Not
>Art- Maybe Art", played with objects found at home, as well as recognized
>art works. They will go nuts when I pose your 'crazy thought' to them!!
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>Deborah
>Altura Elementary
>Aurora, Colorado
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