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1 Focus: Introduction to art as reflected in nature and literature During announcements: Look over the artistic quotations and star the ones that interest you the most. Getting into the mindset of an artist Start viewing Rivers and Tides HW: Independent reading; no poetry response this week, but please post your big question blog by Nov. 9 th.

2 Focus: Interpreting the role of the artist During announcements: A painless and quiet review of syntax Explanation of your next Big Question post Warming up the artistic brain and discuss yesterday View Rivers and Tides HW: Independent reading (essay due in less than two weeks); big question post.

3 You know youre an artist when… Is art immortal?

4 Focus: Defining the role of the artist During announcements: A little more syntax…less painful than yesterday Important reminders Discussion of Rivers and Tides with a little input from two Irish friendsYeats and Joyce Finish Rivers and Tides HW: Big question post; independent reading and essay.

5 Class starts at exactly 9:29. 10 seconds late is still late, and if you need to go to the bathroom or grab our Monday snack, do so before 9:29. Beverages are technically not allowed, but I look the other way as long as you keep them in your backpack or under your desk. Keep up your excellent level of discussionwell done!

6 Bring anything you have that could possibly be used for art. Ex: scisssors, glue, makers, paint (with newspaper to cover tables and floor), magazines/newspapers to cut up, etc. The more, the merrier! Who are your favorite poets?

7 The artist, like the God of creation, remains within or behind or beyond or above his handiwork, invisible, refined out of existence, indifferent, paring his fingernails. --James Joyce

8 The supreme question about a work of art is, out of how deep a vision of life does it spring? --James Joyce

9 Time drops in decay, Like a candle burnt out, And the mountains and woods Have their day, have their day; --Yeats

10 Focus: Examining different angles of creating a portrait for a writer During announcements: The last of the syntax exercises for a little while (if you do well). This one will be graded. Sample portrait for Andrew Goldsworthy Creating your own poet portraits HW: Independent reading (essay is due ONE WEEK from this Monday).

11 What colors would you use? What materials would you use? What shapes might you include? What words/phrases might you use? What larger idea would you try to convey?

12 Packet A e.e. cummings Langston Hughes Robert Frost Pablo Neruda Maya Angelou Packet B Longfellow Oscar Wilde John Keats


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