Tag: Learning

Kameelah Janan Rasheed Interview on Reading, Learning, and Unlearning – ARTnews.com

“Finally in the coherence / we weep”: the words are in serif font and the letters slightly effaced. The w in “weep,” in particular, is missing flecks of ink, and I know that Kameelah Janan Rasheed must have considered its acutely threadbare shape when she placed this word on the bottom right corner of an unnumbered page about three-quarters of the way through her ...

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Artist-Run Online Schools Experiment with Remote Learning – ARTnews.com

First as students, then as teachers, Caitlin Cherry and Nicole Maloof witnessed how art schools promote an MFA-to-gallery pipeline that prioritizes homogeneity and leaves too many behind, burdened with student debt. The absurd cost of a graduate education in art deters entire demographic groups from even applying. After the onset of the coronavirus, in-person learning halted and an already precarious job market for adjunct ...

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Indigenous Art Online Auction to Help Change Lives Through Learning – Wawa-news.com

click imaget to go to auction site In continuation of the recent virtual Community Partners’ Evening, which took place in January 2021, Confederation College is getting ready to launch part two of the at-home experience with an Indigenous Art Online Auction on February 26-28th. “The in-person auction of past Community Partners’ Evening events has always featured Indigenous works from our print collection,” said Kathleen ...

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Student Speak: Learning Liberal Art needs strong critical thinking

Growing up in a picturesque hill station called Shillong, in the North-Eastern part of India, Soumyodeep Deb often desired to critically analyse his learning. This brought him to Delhi University where he obtained a Bachelor's degree in History and Master's degree in East Asian Studies from the University of Delhi. His desire to study Liberal Arts took him to Hong Kong, to pursue his ...

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Best Chalk Easels for Kids Learning the Fundamentals of Art Making – ARTnews.com

Timeless and relaxing, chalk drawing provides kids with a no-frills, screen-free way of exploring their boundless creativity. For indoor fun, a chalk easel gives young artists an official, professional-feeling canvas to develop their skills. Most easels today are also multifunctional and feature not only a chalkboard but also a whiteboard, which is a nice bonus. Plus, giving your children a dedicated drawing space might ...

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