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Teaching with Three Dimensions

by Dennis GreenwellJune 22, 2021 2:26:14 total runtime

Here is a myth about artists: They know exactly what they want to do and how to do it and were born with the ideas, skills, and knowledge to make their work. Art21 films dispel this myth for students by allowing them to witness David Altmejd’s inquiring journey in the studio. Altmejd’s work can change students’ perceptions of 3D art, which is my main intent for showing the films in my classroom.

In addition, Altmejd’s thoughtful artwork pushes boundaries for students, freeing them from mundane or traditional concepts of sculpture, which can set them on a creative inquiring journey. My students have mentioned that contemporary artists give them new perspectives on the images and ideas of art. Other artists in this playlist go beyond the idea of sculpture.

Read about how Dennis teaches with this playlist in his classroom.