Personal and Cultural Narrative as Inspiration: A Painting and Pedagogical Collaboration with Mayan Artists
Staikidis, Kryssi, Studies in Art Education
This mentorship project between three artist-teachers from different cultures reveals insights into the transmission of cross-cultural painting pedagogy. A collaborative ethnographic study is described that explores my perspective as a North-American painter participating in a mentorship learning experience with Mayan Tz'utuhil painter Pedro Rafael González Chavajay and Mayan Kaqchikel painter Paula Nicho Cuméz. The study examined the philosophy and methods underlying artistic studio practice and pedagogy and took place in a nonformal learning context in which artwork was made in the home and surrounding community. The objective of the project was to develop insights into Mayan pedagogy …
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Publication information: Article title: Personal and Cultural Narrative as Inspiration: A Painting and Pedagogical Collaboration with Mayan Artists. Contributors: Staikidis, Kryssi - Author. Journal title: Studies in Art Education. Volume: 47. Issue: 2 Publication date: Winter 2006. Page number: 118+. © National Art Education Association Winter 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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