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Lesson Plans


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gina clark (clarkg)
Wed, 22 Oct 1997 17:33:45 -0700

The processes of making contemporary ecological art and traditional studio
art differ. We feel that contemporary ecological art tends to be more
abstract and dealing with public issues while traditional studio art is
more emotional based. Both processes are emotional but we see that
contemporary ecological art is about public issues rather than personal
feelings. When we think of traditional art, we connect it to paintings and
drawings, and we connect contemporary art to sculpture and more public
displays. How do you all feel about the differences between the two
proceeses or the similarities between them?
-Gina Clark and Erin Hostetler, Univ. of Arizona