Ask the Art Prof Live #6: Teaching High School Art, Teaching Color

 

00:34
What are the most important things a high school art teacher can do to help their students?

03:16
The importance of instilling enthusiasm for visual arts at the high school level.

07:43
Teachers need to establish trust with their students

Clay Portrait Sculpture

08:48
A high school student’s story:  Teacher “A” and Teacher “B”

11:18
Keep the classroom mood light, celebrity gossip and the Kardashians

Clay Portrait Sculpture


14:36
How do you approach color? How do you teach color?

16:45
Color is about relationships

17:53
Colors are like people

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20:23
Light and dark contrast in color:  Edgar Degas

21:26
The importance of muted colors

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23:57
How I learned to really mix colors:  three colors for an entire college semester


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Ask the Art Prof Live is a weekly live video broadcast on my Facebook page where I provide professional advice for art students and professional artists. Ask the Art Prof began as a written column in 2013 and was featured in the Huffington Post from 2013-2015.  See the full archive of columns here. Ask me your questions by commenting on the live video post as the video streams, and I’ll answer right away. I’ll discuss being an artist today, art technique & materials, work strategies for artists, career advice, teaching art, and more. Like my Facebook page and you’ll receive a notification when each live video begins.


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