2012 Service Learning Art Projects
All service learning projects are designed to explore the value of art to society, integrating the curriculum of Art Appreciation 1301 curriculum. Projects must consider and benefit artists, the art community, students, and the community.

 

Summary: The research emphasis is to explore the value of art in capturing the nuances of life; in this case, from a young person who has not experienced a “typical” childhood because of a disability or illness. Click HERE to view group summary. Scroll down to see survey questions.  
   
Following are images from the art period Realism, 1840 - 1870  
James McNeill Whistler, Arrangement in Grey and Black No. 1, 1871
Thomas Eakins, The Agnew Clinic, 1889
Gustave Courbet, Fox in the Snow, 1860
Confidence and Admiration, 1859
Gustave Courbet, Proudhon and his Children, 1865
Gustave Courbet, The Wounded Man, 1854
Honore Daumier, Third-Class Carriage, 1865
Writing to Father, 1863
Gustave Courbet, Gypsy Woman and Her Children, 1854
Louis Daquerre, Boulevard du Temple, Paris, 1838
Jean Francois Millet, The Baby's Cereal, 1867
Dropping Off, 1873
   
Lunchtime, 1865
Christian Krohg
   
       
 
Suggested survey questions for moms:  

- What is your greatest fear for your child?

- What does a difficult day look like for your family?

- What are 3 challenges your family experiences?

- What is not typical in your child's life?

- What are your hopes and dreams for your child?