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Back to School Links

iboy_daniel, CC Attribution License School buses will soon be on the road again as fall classes are just around the corner. To mark the occasion, here is a collection of ‘back to school’ links I’ve been gathering for the past month or so: This video…

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Eleven Art Education Resources for the Classroom

In honor of the start of 2011, here are eleven art education resources for the classroom: Art Through Time: A Global View is a thirteen-part series from Annenberg Media that takes a thematic approach to art history and appreciation. Each program focuses on a particular…

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Web Sightings for December 2010

There’s something for everyone in this last installment of Web Sightings for the decade: The Masterpiece from Maeve Clancy on Vimeo. First up, we have an animated film by Maeve Clancy that tells the story of an artist who upon finishing a painting that he…

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Back to School Links

iboy_daniel, CC Attribution License Summer is winding down, and preparations for the start of a new school year are occurring all over the U.S. right now. To mark the occasion, here are a dozen or so links for both experienced art teachers and those starting…

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Eight Ways to Exhibit Student Art Work on the Web

Back in the early days of the Web, if an art teacher wanted to exhibit his or her students’ work on the Web it required learning HTML code and finding server space to store your files on the Web. The first publication of student artwork…

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Meet Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson

Check out this exceptionally rich site from the Columbus Museum of Art on an extraordinary Ohio artist, Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson.

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Animation Techniques

In preparation for an upcoming animation project in my digital media class, I came across this useful page on the National Film Board (NFB) of Canada website that surveys various animation techniques and explains their historical role in filmmaking. You can also watch short excerpts…

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Nancy Judd’s Recycled Fashions

I’ve been under the weather this week, but was able to get out of the house tonight for a special event at our local Natural History Museum in Gainesville. Artist and environmentalist, Nancy Judd (shown on the left above) was in town with her Recycle…

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New Media Thinking Project

The New Media Thinking (NMT) project explores different types of media spaces and the opportunities they offer young students. Download the project summary titled “A Closer Look” and watch movies that document various NMT projects.

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Check out the BBC’s Blast

Came across Blast a few weeks ago and bookmarked it for later review. I’m glad I did. This is a BBC site for teens. The section of the site that caught my attention is the Tips and Tools page that includes advise and a variety…

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