CURTIS BRACHER TEACHING PORTFOLIO

Foundational-level College Art Classes: Syllabi, Projects, Examples, Readings, CV

Foundational-level College Art Classes: Syllabi, Projects, Examples, Readings.

This set of pages is intended to be a repository of Art -College Foundations-level information – syllabi, reading lists, artists, project examples, notes, presentations, video tutorials, links and discussion. The basic idea here is that learning to draw/paint/computer mediate is a fundamental and necessary proposition. Being an artist and creative is a right that is within EVERYONE’S grasp. As such, ideas on how to regain your creative impulse should be available free and open to all. See Berkeley, MIT, and Harvard’s partnership – edX on enhancing interactive and contemporary learning. I’m hoping to form these pages – with a concentration on College Art Foundation-level classes – in that spirit.

Syllabi for Studio and Digital College Art Foundations. This section shows many ideas, content, discussion, readings and examples for an approach of art-making that is experience and expression based. Separate sections for classes that are more studio based and a section for classes that are more digital/motion studies based.

Syllabi - Studio

A Portfolio of Student Work examples. Contains exemplary work/project examples from a wide range of students in the Drawing, Painting, 2D Design, Interactive Media, Experimental Media, Web Design classes. Download both Student example Slidelists and Professional work Slidelists. Email me teach@curtisbracher.info for more information on student works

Student Works - Studio

Section holds a complete Curriculum Vitae for Curtis Bracher. Resume, Exhibition List, References, Artist Statement, Teaching Philosophy. Download each page separately or as a complete packet(PDF). Also included are syllabi examples from both studio and digital college art classes that I have taught.

CV Information Curtis Bracher

This writing and discussion section pertains to a set of explorations - Experimental Drawing Process as an Epistemological Condition - in preparation for a PhD. The work is in the research phase and I'll post further papers or portions of the discussion as it develops. Drawing as Epistemological Condition; Creativity as biological process - like breathing...or bleeding; Sense makers making sense; Facets of the unknown or how to be dishonest in front of the mirror; the Art of Aiming - Motion, Relativity and Emergence as content. Also in this section will be posted an art-related reading list and any published writings as they become available.

Writings and Discussion

Takes you to the Curtis Bracher portfolio site - www.curtisbracher.info - where you will find works, projects, collaborations, and art-related discussions. Work centers around what it means to fully experience in a saturated environment. Site contains a Portfolio, Recent Exhibitions, Statements, and Biography for Curtis Bracher as a Contemporary Artist.

Curtis Bracher Art Portfolio

WRITINGS AND DISCUSSION.


Make Drawing an Epistemological Condition

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CREATIVITY IS A BIOLOGICAL PROCESS. LIKE BREATHING...OR BLEEDING

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EXPERIENCE MAKING SENSE

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THE ART OF AIMING. MOTION, RELATIVITY AND EMERGENT PERCEPTION

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