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Drawing for "Neukom Vivarium," 2006

Teaching with Contemporary Art

Thinking About Interdisciplinary Teaching with Mark Dion’s Neukom Vivarium

Teaching with Contemporary Art

Thinking About Interdisciplinary Teaching with Mark Dion’s Neukom Vivarium

This past spring at the National Art Education Association’s annual conference in Seattle, Art21 brought Mark Dion not only as a keynote speaker, but also to explore his work and …

Mark Dion, "Neukom Vivarium," 2006. Courtesy the Seattle Art Museum

Mark Dion | “Neukom Vivarium”

Mark Dion | “Neukom Vivarium”

EXCLUSIVE: Mark Dion leads a discussion of his installation Neukom Vivarium (2006) at the Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle. Mark Dion’s work examines the ways in which dominant ideologies and public …

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Inquiring Minds

What does it mean to be a responsible global citizen?

Inquiring Minds

What does it mean to be a responsible global citizen?

An eighth grade language arts class learns about personal and social responsibility through contemporary art.

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Teaching with Contemporary Art Turns Four

Teaching with Contemporary Art

Teaching with Contemporary Art Turns Four

No sooner are we celebrating our upcoming fourth year with Art21 Educators as I am reminded that the Teaching with Contemporary Art column also turns four this week. Looks like I’ll be playing the fourth horse in the fourth race this weekend. Last year I celebrated by looking back over the first three years but today I’d like to just look back over the past twelve months because it’s been quite a ride. Here are some highlights since last spring.

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Art21 Educators 2011-2012: Jeannine Bardo and Mary Curry

Art21 Educators 2011-2012: Jeannine Bardo and Mary Curry

Last week, we featured Jethro Gillespie and James Rees from Utah. This week, in the fourth installment of Art21 Educators introductions, allow us to introduce Jeannine Bardo and Mary Curry. …

Mark Dion gets set to give the keynote at the NAEA annual conference in Seattle. Over 3,000 people were in attendance!

Teaching with Contemporary Art

Wrapping Up Art21 at NAEA 2011

Teaching with Contemporary Art

Wrapping Up Art21 at NAEA 2011

It was suggested that perhaps the TWCA column could provide a a wrap-up of the National Art Education Association’s annual conference in pictures this year, and while I would like …

Roy McMakin's "Love and Loss" at Olympic Sculpture Park. Image: pamdora.com

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Lots of Questions and Lots of Coffee: NAEA 2011

Teaching with Contemporary Art

Lots of Questions and Lots of Coffee: NAEA 2011

As I mentioned last week, Art21’s Education and Public Programs team recently took to Seattle for the National Art Education Association’s annual conference. Over 3,000 educators from across the country …

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See You in Seattle

Teaching with Contemporary Art

See You in Seattle

The Art21 Education and Public Programs team is flying to Seattle this Thursday for the annual National Art Education Association conference March 17-20. We will be bringing season 4 artist …

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Art21 “Exclusive” Video, Year 1

Art21 “Exclusive” Video, Year 1

What a year it’s been! We’re taking a look back at the 45 Exclusive videos that premiered here on the Art21 Blog, and subsequently on YouTube and  iTunes. We hope …

Eleanor Antin - Inventing Histories

Roundup: 30 Weeks & 30 Exclusive Videos

Roundup: 30 Weeks & 30 Exclusive Videos

Hooray! We’re celebrating thirty consecutive weeks of thirty exclusive online videos! Looking back over these past few months, we’ve featured several 2008 exhibitions by artists such as Eleanor Antin, Kerry …

Intsallation by Mark Dion

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Giving Life

Teaching with Contemporary Art

Giving Life

  As we continue gearing up for summer and prepare for ways to fuel our work as artists and educators I wanted to take the next few columns and point …

Mark Dion, Library for the Birds of Massachusetts, 2005. Steel, maple tree, plywoood, books, and mixed media, 20 x 18 x 20 feet. Installation view: Becoming Animal, at MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA.

Spotlight on Ecology: Mark Dion

Spotlight on Ecology: Mark Dion

Mark Dion was born in New Bedford, Massachusetts in 1961. He received a BFA (1986) and an honorary doctorate (2003) from the University of Hartford School of Art, Connecticut. Dion’s …