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Today I taught Digital Imaging to Artists with a disability at Arts Project Australia.  I will be teaching one day a week for the whole year.  By the end of the year I will have produced a limited edition collective Artist Book to exhibit alongside the original artwork.  Unfortunately I cannot show you the wonderful work they are producing as it does not belong to me – I am so very impressed with their attitude, ideas and creativity.

Categories: Art - Visual
Posted by Anne Warren Art on February 25, 2011
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  1. 02/25/2011

    way cool on what you are doing.

    ha – sometimes i find some of the work students do while i’m teaching – teaches me more than i think i am teaching them. of course i also think a good teacher and a good student are both to each other in some way. regardless of whether you can show the work or book – or not – the experience will no doubt be enriching. eventually that kind of experience almost always shows up in our own work at some point.

    as a future thought… may be you could state in the sign up blurb that you will post at least one work by each student on your blog. – may be that’s not possible in this case as it may be part of a larger organization that has it’s own rules. but it might be something to think about or worked out for the future. cool idea. (imo).


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