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Resources for Performance Arts Experience: “The Object Lesson”

We are looking forward to Geoff Sobelle’s movingТ exhibitТ on unpacking the “stuff” of our lives. Feel free to use the PowerPoint below as a jumping off point for ideas, resources and themes to address in your classroom and personal reference.Т Object Lesson PPT Resource

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Video Source: arts-news

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  1. Thanks, Joy. This informs the literature and non-fiction choices I am contemplating. Today I was thinking about “For Esme with Love and Squalor” (Salinger) and the short story “The Interpreter of Maladies” (Lahiri). Tonight I finished ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE (Doerr)which dovetails with curating and power of objects.

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    • Kim, on your suggestion–I just read “The Interpreter of Maladies” and read/wept my way through “All the Light We Cannot See.” Both feel super relevant to identity/belonging through object and possessions. Do you think you will read these in your classroom this year?

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