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Category: Visual Arts

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 […]

Making Something Out of Nothing

As we round out the year in Pages with our third and final experience, we will see Noah Purifoy’s work in the exhibition Junk Dada. Working with Bryan Moss, visual […]

Potential Project

  1.) Т  Collage image/images that speak to you in your journal provided to you for the PAGES program 2.) Overlay previous page, make sure it is blank 😉 Create […]

Quick and Dirty Guide: Pablo Picasso

  Quick and Dirty Guide for Pablo Picasso Pablo Picasso – born on October 25th, 1881 in Malaga, Spain Originally named Pablo Ruiz, later took on his mother’s name,Picasso Child […]

Space, Shapes and the Silences Between

“When he heard music, he no longer listened to the notes, but the silences between.Т  When he read a book, he gave himself over to the commas and semicolons, to […]

A Take On Speaking and Listening

ELA teachers sometimes gloss over the CCSS’s Speaking and Listening standards. Based on conversations with friends who employ 18-25 year-olds, this is evident in some graduates’ job performance. Our task […]

Writing and Weaving

In the pre-visits we explored fiber alongside words to think through literature,specifically identity, oppression, community, the writing process, media influence, feminism, the line between fine art and craft… Students are […]

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 […]

A Nod to Being

The text of the piece A Nod to Being reads: In a subconscious nod to my… [existence] …I went through brief phases of being. It seems we’re in a constant […]