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The Kuleshov Effect and Soviet Montage

Posted by Eric Meiring   During our meeting this week, the conversation shifted to the way art can affect the perception of the viewer, and, in turn, how these perceptions […]

Community through Video Production

As I’ve started thinking about the new school year, I’m focused on developing community in my classroom – in my AP Lit, Humanities English 10 (my PAGES class), and D-Town […]

Object Poems for the Classroom

Gorgeous poems for classroom analysis surrounding the importance of personal artifact. Lovely reflections on identity, relationship, and heritage via objects. Video Credit: Red Room Company

On Fiber, Text, and Commentary

Beryl Korot, “Text and Commentary”, 1977Т  Т€Т˜Fiber: Sculpture 1960-Т€Т“presentТ€Т™ is the first exhibition in 40 years to examine the development of abstraction and dimensionality in fiber art from the mid-twentieth […]

Facebook 10 Stories

More and more our relationship to technology is transforming ways we connect with people around the world. Today I found out about Facebook’s 10 Stories project.Т  The site highlights 10 […]


Thank you everyone for a great first week for round one of pre-visits. I really enjoyed meeting all the students and am excited for this second week to unfold. I […]

Brazilian hip hop, Marcelo D2

Marcelo D2. Hip-Hop icon of Rio and Brazil. This was a recent podcast that features some of the newest hip hop artists in Brazil as well as the back story […]

The Hokey Pokey-Shakespeare style

As we were scheduling our next meeting, I saw this on ye olde Facebooke. There are several places you can google and get the text. This is the link for […]

Ted Talk: Sarah Kay

Sherry brought up Sarah Kay’s performance and practice in her 2011 Ted Talk: Sarah Kay: If I should have a Daughter  

Hip Hop and Shakespeare

Hi all, In reading the excellent posts in the weeks since our meeting, I’ve been thinking a lot about how we enliven words on a page for our students, and […]