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WARP @ the University of Florida

High school art teachers and who prepare students for careers in the visual arts will find the following art foundations program and web site of interest: Workshop for Art Research and Practice (WARP) is a 9 credit (3 hour lecture/6 hour studio) course that provides…

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Putting the “We” in Web

In the April 3rd 2006 issue of Newsweek, co-authors Steven Levy and Brad Stone shine a light on the rise of user-generated sites like Flickr, MySpace, YouTube, and Wikipedia that are encouraging millions of people to supply photos, videos, and other forms of content to…

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ATC Workshop & Links

“Dada 2” by Craig Roland (2006) I’ll be doing a hands-on workshop on Artist Trading Cards at the National Education Association Conference in Chicago, next week. Here is a collection of links I put together to share with participants. art-e-zine’s Artist Trading Cards page www.art-e-zine.co.uk/atc.html…

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Recent Sightings

The Life and Times of Frida Kahlo includes a biography, rare photographs of the artist, a timeline, selections of her work with accompanying information, a list of related resources, and educational guides for teachers and parents. Masks on Line, from the Museum of African Art…

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More Sites to See. . .

Here are some sites I came across while surfing the Web this past week that tweaked my interest: View a selection of artist sketchbooks in the Archives of American Art. Visit the NGA’s Web feature on Jackson Pollock to learn about the artist, and his…

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Hurricane Central @ Tapped In

In response to the disaster and its aftermath from Hurricane Katrina, Tapped In has created a Hurricane Central Group Room. The purpose of the group is to provide resources and collaboration opportunities among effected schools and those schools wanting to contribute to the relief efforts….

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Digital Video in the Classroom

Digital video has become an increasingly popular way to engage students in Web publishing projects involving multimedia production. With a digital video camera and Apple’s iMovie, Final Cut Express, Microsoft’s Movie Maker 2, or Adobe’s Premiere video-editing software, students can work in collaborative teams to…

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Recent sightings

AEContent.net, maintained by the Massachusetts College of Art, is a free community resource portal for visual arts educators where teachers can find resources for teaching and an informal place to share ideas and their art with peers. Architect Studio 3D, designed by the Frank Lloyd…

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