BBC Radio 4 Start the week May 4th - Art in an Emergency
In this article, Sandra Larson explores the then most important reasons emphasising the inevitable importance of arts integration in schools. What is interesting is that many of these skill would be familiar to an experiential educator.
Art is a powerful tool for telling a scientific story. With many scientific fields dealing with the strangest of the animal kingdom—like creatures with a handful of eyes and bodies so different from our own—art can help us experience these hard-to-imagine parts of the natural world and shed light on new scientific discoveries.
Celebrated for his scandalous Cloaca machines, which scientifically transform the cuisine of renowned chefs into manufactured shit, and tattooed live pigs that aesthetically flaunt drawings of Disney princesses and fashion logos while increasing in size, Belgian Wim Delvoye creates art to fascinate people.
More learning by doing. Physical and intellectual skills combined.
An amazing installation in the fenlands of the UK to visit when we are able to travel again.
Two versions of the giant man in the landscape. One modern, one ancient. Both of unknown origin.
Untitled (Mountain series, Everest), Jay Defeo, 1955
Pool of Tears 2 - 2000 - Kiki Smith has often turned to fairy tales in search of dramatic female personae and alter egos.