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Jennifer Pulbratek (March)
Each month, a different member is the guest writer for the NAEA Monthly Mentor Blog. Jennifer Pulbratek has been teaching art, mainly Ceramics (however also some Drawing, Painting, Printmaking) for 14 years in Arizona. She is National Board Certifed, Early Adolecent Young Adult and has been active in supporting other teachers though the National Board Certification process as a coach and in teaching pre-candidacy classes. Jennifer graduated from NAU in 2005 with a Bachelors of Science in Art Education and a BFA in Jewelry and Metalsmithing. Click "GO" to read her full bio.



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December 06, 2008

The Art Newspaper (Guenter)

The Art Newspaper has been in existence since 1990. It is published from New York and London. For those of you who are familiar with it, you know that is it a newspaper for the art world. The stories range from investigative to advocacy. You can now find it online, including archives. They report on old art, new art, decorative art, the commercial and the non-commercial world. The Art Newspaper is now online, too. You can still subscribe to the paper, but you can also setup an RSS (really simple syndication) feed on your computer so the news comes to you. At the online site there are also video clips of current happenings, under The Art Newspaper TV. You can subscribe to the complete digital version for 15 pounds (British) or $23.00 (US) or you can read key stories on the web site for free to get a feel for what is happening with art around the world.
The lead story in today's paper is about how advertising agencies are taking advantage of recent changes with the laws in Venice to sell ad space and display big advertisements on the old, architecturally-rich, famous buildings and in the well-known public squares, such as St. Mark's. Talk about historical cultural contexts! This situation alone offers multiple opportunities for discussion, research and debate for you and your students.
I encourage you to visit the web site below to see what you think for yourself.
The Art Newspaper


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