|Fra Angelico's San Trinita Altarpiece|
|Asafo flag of the Fante people, Ghana|
|A Turkish farmer in a traditional felt kenepek|
|Leonard Knight's Salvation Mountain in California|
1. Take note of the passages or ideas that strike you the most in the reading (as surprising, revelatory, disagreeable, etc.)
2. How, if at all, has your thinking about what constitutes 'art' been changed or affected by the reading?
3. How has your thinking about what constitutes 'art' been changed or affected by art school?
4. When, if ever, do you feel a need in your life to define what constitutes 'art' or 'art making' (ie: does this come up in your family? in conversation with your peers here at school, or with your teachers here, or back home? in your own thinking as you work on a project or consider an idea?)
Your reflective writing need not be in essay form. Your thoughts should simply be composed enough to indicate that you read the chapters and considered the ideas presented therein. Also, your written reflections should serve as a reference for you during our discussion, and be understandable enough so that I can read them.