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Support for class at the Residential College in Humanities. How to think about: Cyanotypes; process and creativity.

The class is designed to be about the influence of process and practice as a catalyst for creativity and experimental thinking. Readings from various resources, synchronous class discussions, and weekly assignments ( transform) combine to become individually realized artworks. The class itself become a creative process as we allow the students to transform the direction of the instruction and inquiry pathways. We respond to each other until the directions emerge as they will. Outcomes ar not fixed but fluid. Its atlas about creative process tag becomes a creative process and exchange between students the instructor as a moderator facilitator.

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David Hare, Provincetown, from "Portraits"

Accession Number
2000/2.138.4

Title
David Hare, Provincetown, from "Portraits"

Artist(s)
Arnold Newman

Artist Nationality
American (North American)

Object Creation Date
1952; printed 1972

Medium & Support
gelatin silver print on paper

Dimensions
18 1/8 in. x 14 in. ( 46 cm x 35.6 cm )

Credit Line
Gift of The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, in memory of Morris D. Baker, a graduate of The University of Michigan School of Architecture, 1952

Primary Object Classification
Photograph

Primary Object Type
portrait

Collection Area
Photography

Rights
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Keywords
Figures
Portraits
bust-length
males

2 Related Resources

Art of interest to Judaic Studies
(Part of 3 Learning Collections)
Photographic Portraiture 1949-1969
(Part of: Identity and Self-Understanding)

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