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Thursday, July 8, 2004, Prague. In the apartment After that robbery yesterday I slowly started to realize how unprepared I was. Unprepared for the fact that something bad could happen. And to me, someone who always follows the rules so carefully! I am naive, that’s for sure. I believed in the illusion that if I watched my things carefully, locked the house and never bothered anyone, nothing…

(from an investigative interview) Recently, we presented two themes as part of a research project (1) aimed at women working in today’s art world: The relationship of women artists towards feminism, and the concept of women’s art. We worked on the presumption that the women’s art scene is created collectively by women. In examining these themes, we talked with the artists themselves—artists,…

Visual Arts and Lesbian Identity There have always been artists who are lesbians. There have always been lesbians who make art. Putting aside debates about whether it is possible to call lesbians women, who had desired or loved other women before the modern category of a lesbian was established in the end of the 19th century, there have always been “lesbian artists.” However, definitions and…

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Bringing celestialart philosophy production down to the earthly sphere of adult art education Is art philosophy a distant, blinking star in the sky of art education or a shining sun? As a practicing adult art educator I can assure you that the transition from art philosophy to art education practice is not that easy. With this article I attempt to explain why this is the case by demonstrating…

Teaching art is not easy. The art of teaching requires a different gift than the art of creating. We would like to introduce you to our brief encounter with artists who have children attending a special school in Ostrava. We were interested in the distinctive works that emerged from work frequently created by artists and children at the same time. In their works one can recognize the hand of…

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