Jennifer Mishoe : capstone
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Visual art can address two areas of attention that can be deemed separate or integrated – they are the work’s appearance and the work’s meaning. Many people say you need to understand the meaning of a work of art in order to understand it formally. Others may argue that you can experience it visually without addressing any of its underlying meanings, concepts, or philosophies. During June and July of 2015, I was privileged to travel with colleagues of Colorado State University to QwaQwa and Harrismith, South Africa. There, I experienced the visual arts and arts education of traditional and ...