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Image has sexual implications in art classroom, How do deal with it?

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Skc (skc203)
Sat, 24 Oct 1998 12:28:03 -0400


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Good day!

Sometimes, you might want your students to bring some artists=E2=80=99 =
printed works or photographs, so that they could have some references =
while producing art. The questions are:

1) Did it embarrass you and your students when one brought some =
artist=E2=80=99s works or commercial images that stress indecent subject =
matter, like having homosexual or heterosexual porno implications?

2) How do you handle a situation like this?

3) Do you think this is an important lesson that you must deal with =
before moving into the next step of art production?

Thanks for adivice!

Kevin Smith

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Good day!

Sometimes, you might want your students to bring some artists’ = printed=20 works or photographs, so that they could have some references while = producing=20 art. The questions are:

1) Did it embarrass you and your students when one brought some=20 artist’s works or commercial images that stress indecent subject = matter,=20 like having homosexual or heterosexual porno implications?

2) How do you handle a situation like this?

3) Do you think this is an important lesson that you must deal with = before=20 moving into the next step of art production?

Thanks for adivice!

Kevin Smith

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