art educators

Anyone who asked me between 2008-2013 what type of art I make, heard me say that I consider my teaching practice to be a series of installation pieces. I would create environments for people, big and small, to engage with materials, with each other, with the world -- observe this, document this, and make it available to others for response. Teaching as art made sense to me. 

This weekend, I wondered if there were others out there like me; people who blur the lines between artistic practice and teaching practice. Here are a few folks I came across, who probably understand:

Alison Rutsch

Illustrator & Educator

http://cargocollective.com/alisonrutsch

Intro to her zine: "Best School Ever" -- the culmination of her Dream School research, asking children how they imagine schools could improve. Read the full zine here.

Intro to her zine: "Best School Ever" -- the culmination of her Dream School research, asking children how they imagine schools could improve. Read the full zine here.

Segni Mossi

"exploring moving and marking qualities"

www.facebook.com/segnimossi

Blank Canvas

"Blank Canvas provides high quality, contemporary arts workshops for children, young adults and organisations."

http://www.blankcanvas.land/