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YAAA – Resources for Facilitators/Teachers

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…civic engagement. #artmakingchange – research mapping the landscape of socially engaged art practice. Education Tools and Lesson Plans: Favianna Rodriguez Educational Resources – Webpage of articles, activities, instructional videos, reports,…

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Presenter Biographies

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…New Mexico Highlands University. Rose Davies: Graduating from Art College at the end of the 70’s, I survived punk, post-modernism and the rise of Thatcherism with my belief in traditional…

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Mural Making Process

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…understood? Does it restore or add to community pride? Does it connect historical roots and contemporary culture? The designs are then presented to the mayor and city council members. Students…

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Panels

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…Animal? Why does Printmaking call to the Inner Animal? Why Wilderness? Why Drawing? Why Mixed Media? Why Black and White? Is it better to make artwork from the Inner Animal…

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Nondiscrimination & Accessibilty Statement

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…Opportunity and Affirmative Action (OEO/AA) 135 Park Building Salt Lake City, UT 84112 801-581-8365 oeo@utah.edu Online reports may be submitted at oeo.utah.edu. For further information, please see: https://www.utah.edu/nondiscrimination/ regulations.utah.edu/general/1-012.php regulations.utah.edu/general/1-011.php…

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Summer Faculty News

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…“Antelope Island”, an 1866 landscape which provided me a starting point for this image.” -Maureen O’Hara Ure, Ghost Lake, 2022, mixed media on panel, 16 x 20 in. Sculpture Intermedia…

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All Classes Online

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From September 27th through October 11th, all classes will be taught online (IVC or Online), regardless of their instructional modality. This is to help encourage safety during the week prior…

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salt 15: Horacio Rodriguez at UMFA

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…the UMFA’s Mesoamerican collection as he investigates the immigration of people and things—past and present—across the U.S.-Mexico border. Rodriguez’s ceramics and photographs interrogate contemporary culture and are often informed by…

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