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Teaching with Collaboration

by Andrea MancusoOctober 21, 2022 2:43:36 total runtime

Through collaboration, a class can become a community. We can build together a strong sense of trust and joy to do the most vulnerable of work, that of making art together. Collaboration, we are told, is a valuable skill, as essential as the kindergarten skill of learning to share. But how do we learn to collaborate? How do we determine what is a good collaboration vs. a bad collaboration? Is it as simple as an agreement, or does it entail more complexity and challenge, a discourse with space for disagreement and growth?

The collective Postcommodity articulates, “Our job is to provide space for people to connect their own narratives of cultural self-determination and allow a new public memory to be born.” Whether John Akomfrah in “London” recounting his time in Black Audio Film Collective, Alex Da Corte including his family members as participants, or Jaimie Warren working with a student group as part of Whoop Dee Doo, the artists in this playlist explore the possibilities of collaboration.

Read about how Andrea Mancuso teaches with collaboration in her classroom.