I received this article about understanding the ‘why’ and ‘how’ of an art critique. And I thought what was said merited sending on to my students.
The Art of Group Critique
by Sharon Hicks
As individuals, we learn just as much from seeing someone else’s work being critiqued, as we do from critique of our own work. In a group environment, it’s like receiving numerous ‘little lessons’ for the price of one, so to speak. Our minds register all these little nuggets of information for future use, even if we’re not aware of it happening. As a result, every member of the group ends up growing as artists. […]
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