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Lesson 7 - Additional Resources
Homework Submission

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  • Examples: overcoming vocabulary barriers with funders, describing what success looks like to folks who are skeptical of the value of community art, etc.
  • Drop files here or
    Presentations do not have to be limited to PowerPoint. You can also use Prezi, PDF, images, video, live performance excerpts, scripts, websites, music, renderings, paintings, etc.
  • This isn't required but can be used for Prezis, video links, or websites.
  • This isn't required but can be used for Prezis, video links, or websites.
  • C4 Atlanta will provide a TV, clicker, computer, and power for presentation. Please specify any other technical needs including: Extension cords, can lights, presentation easels, tabletop easels, etc.
Prepare for Homework and Final Presentation
  • On your own, complete the “Applying Aesthetics” Worksheet.
  • As a group, discuss how you might consider applying this aesthetic model to your own project. Which attributes are most important to the work you are trying to do? Which questions for those attributes might you consider when creating this project. Which will help you to describe/define what is excellent and/or successful about the art you are creating through this project? (only one submission per group)
  • As a group, as it relates to stakeholders and your work on THIS project, what are some of the ways that the aesthetic attributes can be considered when sharing this work with key stakeholders? (i.e. overcoming vocabulary barriers with funders, describing what success looks like to folks who are skeptical of the value of community art, etc.) (only one submission per group)
  • Complete your final project. Turn in your final presentation online by the due date. (only one submission per group).