Critique is an essential component of the artistic process. This tutorial will demonstrate and explain concrete, practical strategies for both art teachers and art students that they can apply in their artistic process. A wide range of critique formats will be shown and explained: one-on-one art critiques, small group art critiques, methods for self-critique, large group art critiques within an art class, and more.
For every art teacher, leading art critiques during an art class is an ongoing challenge. Every student, every artwork, and every art critique is different. In the context of any art critique, teachers need to be alert, responsive, and ready to handle any circumstance that arises in the conversation.
Art students have their own challenges as participants in a group critique, how do you speak articulately about your own artwork? How do you make comments that are tactful and that will impact your peers in a positive way? This video provides a comprehensive look at critiquing art.
Lynda Davis Jeha, Jeff Katz, Christina Wu, Janice Chun, Alexia Towle, Piper Matthew, Judy Brown, Luna Yuan, Vuthy Lay, Leyla Faye, Adam Linn, Paridhi Mundra, Gail Fischer, Tony Janello, Mia Rozear, Anne-Marie Delauny-Darizio, Alessandra Beatrice, Nelson Saldana, Natalie Linn, Maya Thompson, Alex Alemany, Britt Sodersjerna, Monika Hedman, Alison Darrow, Sam Geiger, Caffrey Fielding, Neve Rechan, Tyler Mills, Amy Hollshwander, Juliette Lange, Samantha Urbaez, Julie Sharpe, Adrian Ocone, Stephanie Gibadlo, Sally Webster, Keane Patino-Cyler, Susan Emmerson, Eiligh Orff, Anjali Shankar, Tatiana Florival, Anthony Azanon, Annelise Yee, Lucy Saltonstall, Sofie Levin, Michael Actkinson, Concord Center for Visual Arts
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