Session 1: School Teacher and RedLine Art Educator(s) meet at School to discuss curriculum and introduce RedLine Art Educator(s) to students.
Session 2: Students visit RedLine to see multiple perspectives on art making, learn the history of redlining and meet the RedLine artists that will help shape their learning.
Session 3: Students visit a cultural partner to conduct field research on the chosen curricular content.
Sessions 4, and 5: Students and teachers work with RedLine Art Educator(s) in an effort to create published work in our print shop and paper making studio.
Each of the PUBLISHED projects differs in content and studio practice, as projects are intrinsically tied to the curricular focus of our partner schools.
2012 – 13 Golda Meir, Elm Creative Arts, and Siefert Elementary
2013-14 The Alliance School, Bay View High School, Tenor High School
2014-15 The Alliance School, Bay View High School and Wedgewood Park International School
Contact Steven Vande Zande, RedLine Co-Founder, at 414.491.9088 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to become a partner school.
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