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critiques and inquiry

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Lynn Galbraith (lgalbrai)
Thu, 26 Sep 1996 22:15:02 -0700 (MST)


Fred, i think that we can all learn from the critiques shared on this
listserv. We can learn by listening to the experiences of others.

One of the marvelous things that Terry has initiated in his
request for critique stories is a sense of inquiry into practices
within studio art AND art education. Critiques are very much taken for
granted, and are rarely examined. As I read the narratives, I sense how
many of you are rethinking what you do within YOUR classrooms, despite
your previous college critique experiences. You are NOT content with
simply conducting crtiques in ways similar to how you were taught. You
are providing new ways in which your students can think and talk about
their art making.

The future is bright within art education.

I have enjoyed your reflections, and hope that the dialogue continues.

Best wishes,
Lynn Galbraith
University of Arizona