Thursday, May 22, 2008

School Trip

The school trip was fun. I enjoyed the kindergartners the most. They were thrilled by our help and interaction. Eric looks like he is having a good time here.

Monday, May 12, 2008

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Public School

Listening to our guide for the Metropolitan Learning Center tour. The realization that we were in a public school was blurred.

Thursday, May 8, 2008

These works of art should be assembled into a show of work in a large gallery so these children learn about the process. More people need to see their work.

Visiting the Metropolitan School was fun. I would like to see all the schools that we have visited so far join an alliance and share their strengths and probe their weaknesses .

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

on the radio

Starting my show now

May 7 Field Trip

Our field trip on Wednesday is to the Metropolitan Learning Center.
Please be there at 2:00 sharp.
We are meeting with Ruth Frankel.

here is their address: 2033 NW Glisan

Friday, May 2, 2008

Class Presentations

Friday, May 2, 2008
class presentations
So maybe my request to see other classmates work, was as Beth mentioned, an attempt to gauge what people in our class ultimately value. Because that in essence drives artistic practice right? Or creativity. What you think about informs your ideas and ways of navigating the world. They may not line up all of the time, but I think that they sort of do. Whether it is blatent like, I disagree with the war, so I will go to a protest. Or I like to hang out at my house so I sit around a lot, even if I think I value protesting the war, the real value is the hanging out at the house. Maybe if there was a way to meld the two, like protesting from my couch, it would align the differing values of Values. Plus, maybe it is worthwhile to know what work we value in order to be good social practitioners.