March 28, 2023 Part 3 of this article completes the discussion regarding the intersection of the visual arts and AI. Parts 1 & 2 were published over the last two
March 21, 2023 Part 2 of this article continues the discussion regarding the intersection of the visual arts and AI. The introduction is repeated for context. Part 1 can be
Part 1 of a three-part series. March 13, 2023 Artificial intelligence (AI) and how it affects the art world have recently captured the attention of the news media. AI has
March 8, 2023 Indy schools provide students with an exceptionally stimulating curriculum created by passionate teachers. Don’t we spend hours thinking about different ways to present content and hope for
The Role of Visual Arts Competencies in Embedding Belonging, Diversity and Identity, Part 3 | Jude Ross | 7 Min Read
February 23, 2023 To quickly review: the first article focused on how to embed Identity and the second article addressed how to add Diversity to the traditional visual arts curriculum.
Visual Arts Competencies in Embedding Belonging, Diversity, and Identity, Part 2: Diversity | Jude Ross | 9 Min Read
February 1, 2023 The first part of this series spoke about the traditional Visual Arts Canon as a bastion of the “old white guy club.” It tackled how to embed
A conversation with Rena Upitis: Learning Through the Arts, the Body, and the Natural World | Benjamin Freud, Ph.D.
January 20, 2023 Dr. Rena Upitis is a Professor of Education at Queen’s University. She has authored or co-authored 10 books and over 100 peer-reviewed articles. Her research and curriculum projects
Visual Arts Competencies in Embedding Belonging, Diversity and Identity, Part 1 | Jude Ross | 13 Min Read
January 12, 2023 Traditionally, the visual arts are a bastion of the “old, white guy club”. When looking at the visual arts Canon and the type of art generally taught
Project-Based Learning (PBL) and Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) are experiencing a level of interest from schools that is unprecedented. I had the good fortune to direct the Comparative Arts (now Interdisciplinary