Public Art Concepts - Dan Sternof Beyer 2011 Download the PDF of these ideas : Public Art Concepts - Dan Sternof Beyer 2011 (2mb) [ New American Public Art ] 3-5 Art Home Creadores que dejan atrás el lamento y recurren al entusiasmo La crisis ha llevado a muchas empresas y creadores culturales al borde de la asfixia y se tiene la percepción de que se está ante el fin de un modelo. Si lo malo es que las tijeras del recorte están destruyendo ya tejido creativo, lo bueno es que la necesidad está activando la imaginación, la inventiva, el entusiasmo contagioso. Se puede protestar ante la creciente consideración de la cultura como industria del ocio en términos economicistas, sin dejar de mirar hacia delante y reinventarse. La Vanguardia presenta un pequeño muestrario -hay muchos más, en la edición, el cine, la música, la danza, el teatro o el arte- de quienes no se quedan de brazos cruzados. CINEMA URGENT: En busca de estímulos para inventar Ona Planas es una de las fundadoras y miembros más activos de Cinema Urgent. MICROTEATRO:Teatro inmediato, próximo a la gente En Madrid es un fenómeno que pronto se extenderá a Burgos, Segovia, Valencia, Murcia y a Miami. "Incentivamos lo inédito -dice Alcantud-. ¿Y el dinero?
6-8 For Teachers and Schools | Columbus Museum of Art CMA is offering workshops specifically for home school families! On the third Tuesday of every month (October to May), from 1:30 – 3:30 pm, homeschool students ages six and up can explore and create in this 2-hour experience. Each month features a new, different topic inspired by our collection or special exhibitions. Registration includes a 45-minute guided tour, 60-minute Studio Thinking Workshop, and Museum admission for the student and one accompanying adult. Parents may choose to drop-off or remain with their child. Registration is $9 per student per workshop for nonmembers, Special Member Price $7 per student per workshop. 2013-2014 Homeschool Classes and Registration here. The Columbus Museum of Art is always seeking innovative ways to introduce students to great art. Art Lab is a group of 15 enthusiastic high school juniors and seniors from Columbus area high schools. Time Warner Cable is a supporting sponsor of Art Lab. Pressing Matters Goals and Outcomes Worksheet (pdf)
The 30 Most Expensive Paintings of All Time This is the collection of the highest known prices ever paid for painting. The earliest sale on the list (Vase with Fifteen Sunflowers by Vincent van Gogh) is from 1987, and more than trebled the previous record price, set only two years before, introducing a new era in top picture prices. The sale was also significant in that for the first time a “modern” painting (in this case from 1888) became the record holder, as opposed to the old master painting which had always previously held it. Since at that time sales of the most valuable painting have usually been made at the auctions, though that had by no means been the case before, and the list below still shows some “private sales”, including the three most expensive. The world’s most famous painting, especially old master works done before 1800, are generally owned by museums, which very rarely sell them, and as such, they are quite literally priceless. 30. Adjusted price: $63.1 Million | Original price: $47.5 Million 29. 28. 27. 26.
HS National Gallery of Art NGAkids Collage Machine If the Shockwave program above does not load, download and install the plug-in. Collage Machine is fun for children of all ages. This recently updated and enlarged version incorporates images from Collage Machine I and Collage Machine II. Click a menu picture and see what happens, or roll over the question mark and hold down the mouse button to learn how the program works. Use the AUTO button for ideas. It will make a new arrangement each time you click the button. For best results, run your PC or Macintosh web browser in 32-bit mode. Credits Copyright © 2016 National Gallery of Art, Washington
EMPTY KINGDOM TOP 100 Artists of 2011 Alaska State Council on the Arts Every child in every school has the right to a well-rounded education, of which the arts are an essential ingredient. Beyond having great value in and of itself, the arts promote the health and well-being of children, including academic and personal growth, critical thinking and analytical skills, the motivation to stay in school and excel and movement skills to help combat childhood obesity. Quality arts education is central to a complete education. Alaska’s artists and arts organizations are a rich resource that can help schools and communities become creative places where young people flourish and give voice to their personal creativity. The Alaska State Council on the Arts is part of the Department of Education and Early Development. Arts Education Links Artists in Schools 2011 Airport Heights AIS residency with Teaching Artist Stephen Blanchett Successful applicants serve as chief sponsor, designer and coordinator of the program. Rasmuson Cultural Collaborations Poetry Out Loud