The power of art my lovelies. Look at this amazing piece of sculpture by the artist Frances Bruno Catalano, which symbolizes the vacuum created by being forced to leave your land, your life, your people…Very fitting, powerful and so sad. What do you think?
I highly suggest you show this to your students ( doesn’t matter the age!) and start a conversation and discussion about what is happening in the world at this moment- make an art to world connection. Have your students try and guess what’s in the suitcase and what you could possibly fit there that represents all your possessions and life you are leaving behind. How does this man feel? Where is going? What would you put in your suitcase?
More importantly, show how art can be so powerful and a way to express our feelings, emotions, pain, suffering, create change, and make a statement.
Oh the beautiful power of art ❤️
How can you use art to shed light on world events, inspire compassion and action? Please leave your comments below and share this post.
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Did you get into teaching to create meaningful relationships with students?
Do you want your classroom to be a place for inspired learning?
Do you also want to feel fulfilled and energized by your work?
Do you want to live a life that nourishes your soul and engages your passions?
If you answered YES to any of the above questions, then ReBalance is for YOU. It is for every teacher who is ready to leave the stress behind, and step fully into their potential in a balanced and whole way.
ReBalance supports the range of experiences – from beginning teachers to seasoned experts, from pre-K to post graduate, from home schools to public to private.
If you’re ready to for more balance (and infinitely more ease), I’m ready for you.