The photographs in this Educator's Guide represent images in the traveling exhibition Sea Change: The Seascape in Contemporary Photography, which was organized by the Center for Creative Photography. The exhibition brings together work by eighteen photographic artists from all avenues of contemporary practice who share the same classical subject--the sea. This guide will complement study in many subject areas, including art, natural history, science, environmental studies, history, philosophy, geography, literature, poetry, and creative writing.
Curator's Overview: Introduction to Sea Change: The Seascape in Contemporary Photography by Trudy Wilner Stack, curator of the exhibition.
The Sea in Art: For centuries artists have drawn inspiration for their work from the sea.
Sea Change Artists, A to L: Robert Adams, Tom Baril, Thomas Joshua Cooper, Lynn Davis, Liz Deschenes, Robbert Flick, Roni Horn, Stuart Klipper, Fernando La Rosa
Sea Change Artists, M to Y: John McWilliams, Tom Millea, Michael O'Brien, Doug and Mike Starn, Iain Stewart, Hiroshi Sugimoto, James Welling, Randy West, Hiroshi Yamazaki
Discussing and Interpreting the Photographs: This section explores thematic and aesthetic approaches to images in this guide. These ideas work in tandem with Learning to Look, a guideline for looking at and talking about photographs. It is designed to introduce concepts of aesthetics and critical thinking, to develop and improve observation skills, and to introduce the language of photography.
Ocean Facts: Answers many questions, such as, how much of the earth is covered by oceans?
Bibliography: of selected resources
Exhibition Catalog: Instructions about how to order.
Southwest from the South Jetty, Clatsop County, Oregon, 1990
Gelatin silver print
Collection of the Center for Creative Photography,
The University of Arizona
©1998 Robert Adams
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| CURATOR'S OVERVIEW | THE
SEA IN ART
SEA CHANGE ARTISTS, A TO L | SEA CHANGE ARTISTS, M TO Y
DISCUSSING AND INTERPRETING THE PHOTOGRAPHS | OCEAN FACTS | BIBLIOGRAPHY
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