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Lesson Plans


Re: Leaves and trees

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Karen Keifer-Boyd (abkkb)
Mon, 20 Oct 1997 11:50:24 -0500 (CDT)


What are some really creative and artsy ways to explore the fall, leaves,
and trees. neal rosenblum, Boulder, CO
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Neal,

June Julian has been exploring tree imagery in her art for several years.
She also has a website (http://www.nyu.edu/projects/julian/) in which
people from all over the world post and respond to ancient trees. She
would have lots of ideas and resources for you if you write her at:
julianj June also lived in Colorado for 15 years and would
connect with your students in this way too. She knows several artists
there.

I often develop art lessons from an exploration of artists of a specific
time and place or who are working with a theme that my students want to
investigate. Then I develop lessons that fosters a similar thinking and
making process to broaden students and my own approaches to art making and
thinking. A connection to place and people is important to make I feel so
that young students see art connected to life.

Karen

Karen Keifer-Boyd, Ph.D.
Texas Tech University
Dept. of Art, Box 42081
Lubbock, TX 79409-2081
(806)742-3010 (phone)
(806)742-1971 (fax)
KarenKB (email)