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Why Am I Talking W. Tooth Caroline Woolard,solid glass, 22 x 16 x 6 inches. Untitled Imperial Forms Caroline Woolard, cherry wood, poplar, oil paint, 72" x 15" x 15", Study Center for Group Work installation view Caroline Woolard, steel, poplar, study center materials, plexiglass, dimensions variable, Exchange Cafe Caroline Woolard, furniture, currency, educators, tea, milk, honey, dimensions variable, The Work Dress Caroline Woolard, cordura, canvas, cotton-denim blend, performance, dimensions variable, This is my personal website.
To read a recent interview, go here. To download my critique menu or other teaching and facilitation guides, go here.
You can email me at: Caroline Woolard [at] gmail [dot] com. I work between conceptual art, service design, and political economy. I create art and design for community economy projects. I aim to counter hate crimes, ignorance, and fear by inviting people to work together in immersive installations of mutual aid across differences of opinion and experience.
I believe that political equality cannot be achieved without economic equality, so I work on liberatory spaces that prefigure a world that has not yet been born.
What is unusual about my approach to art-making is that I create public sculptures using both online networks and sculptural environments. For example, I build sculptures for barter only and I also co-create international barter networks.
I fabricate model Shaker housing and I also co-convene investment platforms for community land trusts.
I make art objects and systems for interdependence. For example, in I made a dress for barter only an objectand I also co-founded two barter networks that ran from systems.
What are you working on now? I believe that group work is both the most necessary and the most difficult endeavor of our time. But most people have no experience of democracy at work, at home, in school, or online.
So how can we learn to collaborate? How do we develop a musculature of shared decision making and of shared work? I started making objects for meetings because I want the physical environment of the meeting itself to be as wildly imaginative as the conversations that occur in those spaces.
I have found that by bringing sculptural objects to community gatherings, like my Capitoline Wolf tables and my Eye Amulet ti mekeeping devices, I make tangible the slow temporality of community-building; people sense the care that has gone into the facilitation practices I bring to group work.
The timekeeping objects I have been making work like this: The smaller vessel is made with a small hole at the bottom that allows the water to flow in.HOW TO TEAH REATIVE WRITING Source - http: //rutadeltambor.com General How to Teach Creative Writing Activities Ways to Teach Writing Creatively How to Teach Creative Writing to Children Creative Writing Teaching Ideas Ideas for a Creative Writing Course Plan Creative Writing Lesson Plans and .
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