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How to Talk to Kids about Art: An Art Made Easy podcast with Cindy Ingram

Do you hit the google search button whenever you need to introduce a famous artist before an art lesson? I know I’ve filled the white board with a few boring facts a few times. What if I told you you didn’t have to research a thing about a famous artist?

Today’s guest, Cindy Ingram from The Art Curator for Kids website, shares her philosophy of how she talks to kids about art and ways that you can too. And you don’t have to know a thing about art!

 

IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN:

–  How Cindy’s childhood dreams translated into her success as an art curator

– Cindy’s best tips to help children compare and contrast art

– How letting children discover art and answer the questions about art by analyzing it themselves

Bonus tip: How to introduce Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Edvard Munch to your students!

– Why Cindy loves teaching Baroque art

– The best artists to introduce to children at an elementary school level

– How to utilize your classroom time to its full potential

– Ways to partner with a classroom teacher to help introduce an artist with a broader scope

– How to use Bloom’s Taxonomy to analyze art

– Whether you should show nudity pieces in the classroom

– How to balance art history and creating art in limited amounts of time

-Why character analysis help children with critical thinking

– The tips and tricks for parents taking children to museums and how to engage the children through questions

LISTEN TO THE SHOW

 

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SHOW NOTES:

Cindy’s Top Tips for Looking at Art

Art Curator for Kids

Visual Thinking Strategies

Bloom’s Taxonomy

Laurence Anhalt’s Artists Series Books

Life Doesn’t Frighten Me by Maya Angelou (with art by Basquiat)

Don Massey’s blog, Shine Bright Zamarano (Check out Don’s blog for amazing tech art projects and art projects featuring local artists)


 

CONNECT WITH CINDY

listen as Cindy Ingram from The Art Curator for Kids shares how to talk to kids about art. An Art Made Easy podcast #019

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    4 Comments

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    May 12, 2016

  2. Have to agree with the last comment – your show does consistently put out quality interviews with loads of great information. I’ve been listening to other podcasts lately and find that some of them really have the ‘hard sell’ approach, putting in commercials of their own – beginning, middle and end of podcast. It’s so annoying. But yours is completely different. I have listened to all of your podcasts and downloaded a free pdf here and there. And if I were so inclined, I have no reticence in actually buying something from you. That’s because through all the podcasts, I’ve actually grown to trust you. You come across completely earnest and sincere and, though you’re running a business and want to make it profitable, you don’t hammer that message home to your listeners; I really appreciate that. I hope your business ‘is’ profitable because you certainly seem to be walking the walk from what I’ve seen. Congratulations on a great internet business and presence. And thank you for contributing so much to us listeners.

    Cathy

    May 13, 2016

    • Wow, Cathy. This is a very powerful message. Thank you so much for this. I do work hard at my business. I am profitable because I get to offer a product that is in service to my peers by saving them time and energy.
      Podcasters have to advertise because creating a podcast isn’t free. In fact it costs about $100 an episode for me! UI find the investment worth while as I don’t blog about classroom stuff anymore. This is a great portal to delivering valuable content to my readers.

      Thanks so, so much for your comment. Like how you think!

      Patty Palmer

      May 13, 2016

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