|aArtist-teacher :|ba philosophy for creating and teaching /|cby G. James Daichendt.
|aBristol, UK :|bIntellect,|c2010.
|a154 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aThe evolution of teaching art -- The artist-teacher: from the classical era to the 21st century -- The artist-teacher: just another title or a distinctive notion? -- The original artist-teacher -- A systematic grammar -- Bauhaus to Black Mountain -- The classroom as studio -- Preparing artists -- Redefining the artist-teacher.
|a"Is an artist-teacher a mere professional who balances a career--or does the duality of making and teaching art merit a more profound investigation? Rejecting a conventional understanding of the artist-teacher, this book sets out to present a robust history from the classical era to the twenty-first century. Particular pedagogical portraits--featuring George Wallis, Walter Gropius, Johannes Itten, Victor Pashmore, Richard Hamilton, Arthur Wesley Dow, and Hans Hoffmann--illustrate the artist-teacher in various contexts. From Bauhaus to Black Mountain, this book offers a revelation of the complex thinking processes artists utilize when teaching, and a reconciliation of the artistic and educational enterprises as complimentary partners."--Cover. p. .