Is there an expert in the room?

Last week we were discussing Howard Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligences in my art education classes and I am always reminded of a story told at a conference session I was presenting. The session was about designing curricular units under the title of “A Place for Art and the Art of Place.” My co-presenter and former student, Katy O’Neal Killingsworth, had designed a unit incorporating linear perspective and her students expressing their personal connection to a specific location at their high school. And I introduced Clyde Connell, a Louisiana artist who has had a huge influence on me as an artist. Connell created works in response to and displayed on her property on Lake Bastineau. W

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