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Jen Delos Reyes on Instagram: “Today in the Art in Everyday Life class @uicsaah we read artist manifestos, including Yvonne Rainer's No Manifesto: No to spectacle. No to virtuosity. No to transformations and magic and make-believe. No to the glamour and
"Yvonne Rainer's No Manifesto:

No to spectacle.
No to virtuosity.
No to transformations and magic and make-believe.
No to the glamour and transcendency of the star image.
No to the heroic.
No to the anti-heroic.
No to trash imagery.
No to involvement of performer or spectator.
No to style.
No to camp.
No to seduction of spectator by the wiles of the performer.
No to eccentricity.
No to moving or being moved."
yvonnerainer  manifestos  jendelosreyes  spectacle  virtuosity  style  art  sccentricity  performance  everyday 
january 2016 by robertogreco
Jen Delos Reyes | Rethinking Arts Education | CreativeMornings/PDX
[video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXWB7A1_zWA ]

"On the complex terrain of arts education today and expanded ways of valuing knowledge.

What should an arts education look like today? Can education change the role of artists and designers in society? How does teaching change when it is done with compassion? How does one navigate and resist the often emotionally toxic world of academia? With the rising cost of education what can we do differently?

Bibliography:

Streetwork: The Exploding School by Anthony Fyson and Colin Ward

Teaching to Transgress by bell hooks

Teaching Community: A Pedagogy of Hope by bell hooks

Education Automation: Comprehensive Learning for Emergent Humanity by Buckminster Fuller

Talking Schools by Colin Ward

Learning By Heart: Teachings to Free the Creative Spirit by Sister Corita Kent and Jan Steward

The Open Class Room by Herbert Kohl

Deschooling Society by Ivan Illich

Why Art Can’t Be Taught by James Elkins

Education and Experience by John Dewey

Freedom and Beyond by John Holt

Notes for An Art School edited by Manifesta 6

Black Mountain: An Exploration in Community by Martin Duberman

Teaching as a Subversive Activity by Neil Postman and Charles Weingartner

We Make the Road By Walking by Myles Horton and Paulo Friere

Education for Socially Engaged Art by Pablo Helguera

Rasberry: How to Start Your Own School and Make a Book by Sally Rasberry and Robert Greenway

This Book is About Schools edited by Satu Repo

Art School: (Propositions for the 21st Century) edited by Steven Henry Madoff"
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january 2015 by robertogreco
About · A History of Engagement: The Portland Art Museum, 1892-2014
"A History of Engagement highlights amazing moments of connection, big and small, that have taken place at Portland Art Museum since its founding in 1892. The timeline focuses on Museum engagement that moves outside of standard practice, reaches beyond the museum walls to build relationships, fosters community participation, and makes clear that a museum can be a center of not only cultural engagement, but civic, social, and community activity. The project was a collaboration between the Museum’s 2013–14 Education Department Artist-in-Residence, Jen Delos Reyes, and Sarah Lampen, the Museum’s 2013–14 Samuel H. Kress Foundation Interpretive Fellow, with illustrations from Portland State University student Olivia Serrill.

Jen Delos Reyes is an artist originally from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Her research interests include the history of socially engaged art, artist-run culture, group work, band dynamics, folk music, and artists’ social roles. Jen is the founder and director of Open Engagement, a conference on socially engaged art."

[via: https://plus.google.com/u/0/112045150389781152468/posts/9FRSj4LH3Mg

"Judith Dobrzynski has been calling visitor/audience engagement at museums "mission creep" for quite some time now. If you're wondering whether this is true at the Portland Art Museum, check out this amazing timeline of experimental, creative practice here since 1892! Click on "download" at the top to see the full illustrated timeline. The project was a collaboration between the Museum’s 2013–14 Artist-in-Residence, Jen Delos Reyes, and Sarah Lampen, the Museum’s 2013–14 Kress Interpretive Fellow, with design and illustrations by Olivia Serrill."]
portlandartmuseum  engagement  judithdobrzynski  2014  jendelosreyes  sarahlampen  oliviaserrill  mikemurawski  artmuseums  history  1892  art  msueusm  missions 
july 2014 by robertogreco
127 PRINCE: On the art of social practice and the social practice of art.
"127 Prince is a new journal named after the location of artist Gordon Matta-Clark’s 1971 restaurant FOOD. Like FOOD, 127 Prince hopes to function as a site for conversation. The journal will present and examine ideas on the art of social practice, and the social practice of art.

The national (US) editorial board is comprised of founding editors Ted Purves (Oakland, CA), Randall Szott (Oak Park, IL), Jen Delos Reyes (Portland, OR), and Tracy Candido (Brooklyn, NY); the managing editor is Nancy Zastudil (Taos, NM)."
art  writing  research  social  randallszott  tracycandido  jendelosreyes  tedpurves  blogs  matta-clark  127prince  conversation  socialpractice  gordonmatta-clark 
may 2011 by robertogreco

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