Globalization, Art, and Education
Selected works from the UF Online Art Ed MA degree course:"Globalization, Art, and Education", using my NAEA book as source material. Creative projects explored…
Globalization and Me
Family Migration Study
Resources for Preserving Memories. Diaries, Scrapbooks, Artists' Sketchbooks, Visual Journals, Family Histories
Sheri Majewski. Family Migration Story. "This composition is a digitalized photo-montage created from five photographs. It tells a story of life in Hawai'i and the blending of my cultural heritage through a process of hybridization. This depiction merges various cultural elements to represent life in my family, and Hawai'i nei. The figure in the foreground is my grandfather, of Hawaiian descent...l"
Patty Sriram. Globalization and Me. "Quilt". "In keeping with this feminine art form, I employed the theme of identity and created a quilt by sewing together textured papers that were printed with images relaying the story of who I am. This project had me researching my own genealogy to confirm areas of my Eastern European heritage. This undertaking confirmed that my great-grandparents were from Poland and Ukraine, although their places of birth are listed as Austria, Hungary."
Timely research, critical analyses, narrative essays, and case studies from 49 scholars from all over the world examine how globalization interfaces not only with art and education, but also with local and regional cultural practices and identities, economies, political strategies, and ecological/environmental concerns.