Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Class interruption

Sorry to use this platform for my class work. It is only through online format I can present my slide lectures. And the one way I have devised for showing the work as my google drive is inaccessible is through our blog.

I am finding the teaching fascinating. In the connections as well as the disconnect. While in it, I can only see the day to day. But I hope to have a period of reflection after the six weeks are over.

Students have been practicing drawing, painting, sculpture, etc. on resume paper. (A rich, textured, ivory colored surface.) I think appropriately these are their true 'diplomas' as they are a clear reflection of who they are and where they are at (in visual terms.) Will post this series over the weekend.

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