I feel like I’ve seen this thing happen a million times – somebody walks into an art gallery, see a painting that’s just say a big block of colour or something, and go – what am I supposed to be looking at? And I gotta say – I totally understand this feeling and I can
When you talk with teachers how do you utilize the standards and how do you communicate them out? So we have found that what’s best is when we are looking at having a show and we’re marketing you the show on our website we have chosen a few key standards in both the arts and
The Fine Arts program at Region 10 has a colorful palette of course offerings for you, in partnership with local arts agencies and institutions! Saturday, November 10 is Fine Arts Super Saturday! This half-day mini-conference will showcase the highest rated sessions from the 2018 Region 10 Fine Arts Summit of last June. There will be
Fall of 2016 we had an installation class that worked specifically at the Herman Kiefer health complex but it’s been abandoned for I believe the past 10 years – this is very evident in its decay. And that gave us an opportunity to subvert that both personally as well as physically. The students approached their
Welcome to the 2019 Region 10 Fine Arts Summit where we are revolutionizing professional learning for you! First I’d like to thank all the Region 10 volunteers, our presenters and the members of the Fine Arts advisory team who helped make this event happen: Amy Francis and Jerry Ayers of Grand Prairie ISD, Laura Grundler
Printmaking is a very intensive, physically engaging process. It’s exciting that way. It keeps you going, keeps you moving. So students tend to always come back. I’ve never taught a student who didn’t come back to printmaking. I teach, number one because it helps me as an artist because I’m teaching them things that I
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The way I see it, all of the arts are connected. Music, fine arts, ballet, which is movement, but still connected to music, and all the other arts. Art embodies a lot of what has become so problematic in our society today. We’re living in a very difficult, but fascinating era. I believe it’s a