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Art and Equity with the Portland Art Museum - Shared screen with speaker view
Jennifer Crim ORVA
24:49
It allows students to express their ideas in a different way.
Laurie Dougherty
24:55
Visual arts are another way of communicating our ideas and expressing ourselves.
Trish Emerson
24:56
We often use visual arts with poetry.
dbackus (he/him)
25:01
Helps kids make connections across different forms of media
Rebekah Wolf
25:07
Comparing text and media. Practicing observation skills.
Amanda Larimer (she/her)
25:10
It’s a way for students with other learning styles to access the ideas in a complex way.
Beth Elliott
25:13
Accessibility--students sometimes feel less intimidated to do a "close reading" of visual art!
Trish Emerson
25:13
Kids are naturally visual.
Jennifer Crim ORVA
25:27
It can make Shakespeare more accessible when students draw what is happening in a scene
Jennifer Crim ORVA
27:26
Students concerns that their art isn't strong enough
Hana Layson (she/her)
28:00
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1H0X2chvkXkGrzLkWt6OCNh3us5Z-kyEguZP31V-vYKg/edit?usp=sharing
dbackus (he/him)
30:28
Detail, warmth, books, craftmanship, heritage
Laurie Dougherty
30:51
Bold, geometric, symbolic, beads, form
Trish Emerson
30:52
geometric; a dress? a collar? ribbons? a border on the hem? colors
Jennifer Crim ORVA
30:54
Ribbons, vibrant colors, circles, squares, and crosses
Beth Elliott
30:56
vibrant colors, dress?, symbolism, ribbons
Amanda Larimer (she/her)
30:56
Yellow, dress, sun, blue, ribbons
Rebekah Wolf
30:59
Symmetrical, lines, crosses, texture, space
Jeanne Sheets-Sagoo
30:59
Beauty, detail, warmth, joy, expression
Donna Sheets-Mathew
31:07
ribbons, patterns, gold, textures,
paco
31:09
Color bricks path lines vibrant
dbackus (he/him)
33:03
The tiny lines reminded me of book spines in a library
Hana Layson (she/her)
40:39
Apologies for the background noise on my end!
Hana Layson (she/her)
01:00:54
https://portlandartmuseum.org/learn/educators/resources/posters/wokage-create-from-the-series-takes-care-of-them/
dbackus (he/him)
01:01:48
Stunning piece
Jennifer Crim ORVA
01:02:01
It is compelling
Jeanne Sheets-Sagoo
01:02:10
Yes, it is so moving.
Hana Layson (she/her)
01:02:18
https://portlandartmuseum.org/learn/educators/resources/posters/boarding-school-mourning/
Hana Layson (she/her)
01:04:13
Tommy Orange, Robin Wall Kimmerer, Louise Erdrich
Trish Emerson
01:04:41
Joy Harjo’s memoir is discussing this
Jennifer Crim ORVA
01:06:46
I wonder how many students are aware that Oregon still has a boarding school.
dbackus (he/him)
01:07:08
My 10th graders just did some Louise Erdich short stories, as well as an Alexie essay and Chrystos' poem "I Am Not Your Princess" (highly recommended)
Jennifer Crim ORVA
01:07:48
Thank you
Hana Layson (she/her)
01:08:32
Elizabeth Catlett, A Second Generation, from For My People, 1992Yosa Buson, Thatched Retreat on Cold Mountain, early to mid-1770sCorita Kent, somebody had to break the rules, 1967
dbackus (he/him)
01:11:00
"My spirit animal is________"
Jeanne Sheets-Sagoo
01:11:47
Great point. And model this with our students.
dbackus (he/him)
01:13:03
My small group mentioned the TED talk "The Danger of a Single Story"--highly recommend it!!
Rebekah Wolf
01:15:14
Crow's Shadow Institute is a great organization to explore: https://crowsshadow.org/
dbackus (he/him)
01:16:07
Have to jam very quickly, but this was my favorite of all the sessions!! THank you!!!!
Amanda Larimer (she/her)
01:16:08
Thank you, Hana!
Laurie Dougherty
01:17:02
Thank you everyone! Hana, it was wonderful to be with you today. Thank you so much for a thoughtful session.
Rebekah Wolf
01:17:32
Thank you so much, Hana!!
paco
01:17:35
Have a good rest of your day, everyone
Beth Elliott
01:17:43
Thank you for so many wonderful resources!
Jennifer Crim ORVA
01:17:44
Thank you this was a very thought-provoking session.
Rebekah Wolf
01:18:11
Thanks so much, everyone!