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- Illustrates ten well-known objects and nineteen crest designs from the Pacific Northwest Coast along with meanings and stories. - Identifies seven main design elements along with variations. - 112 colour illustrations and photos, 6.5" x 8.5"; soft cover, 64 pages This guide book, designed to give you a glimpse of Pacific Northwest Coast Aboriginal art, will give you a deeper understanding and whet your appetite for learning more about today's vibrant, complex aboriginal cultures. Three sections show you where to look to identify many of the things you will see--from three-dimensional objects like bentwood boxes, ceremonial houses, masks and canoes, to crest designs, to the main design elements in Pacific Northwest Coast aboriginal art. This book is also available in French, German and Spanish.
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Writer/teacher/artist Karin Clark has had over 30 years experience working with children and adults. Most of this time has been spent learning and teaching with British Columbia s First Nations in public and private schools, colleges, art classes, aboriginal/social studies courses, and university teacher education programs. Karin spends her work time evaluating teaching/learning strategies and materials; creating curriculum material, writing story books and readers; using frameworks to create First Nations language programs; creating material and workshops to: enhance self-esteem and motivation, create Native Indian art, learn and teach using the Cognitive Education Method (CEM) - 6 keys to success, identify and explore your own personal learning styles and strategies; identify, strengthen, and remediate thinking skills and strategies; train instructors, paraprofessionals and curriculum developers; and designing flyers and brochures. In writing previous books, Learning by Doing Northwest Coast Native Art and Learning by Designing Pacific Northwest Coast Native Indian Art , Volumes 1 and 2 with Jim Gilbert, Karin has been able to use all her skills and experience to create a useful resource for artists, students, teachers, and collectors. Other Works: - First Nations Awareness: Putting It All Together - First Nations in B.C.: Comparing Interior and Coastal Cultures - Whale's Tales: Positive Stories About Contemporary First Nations Young People - Potlatch Perspectives - First Nations Full Day Kindergarten: From Our Treasure Box (with Sheilia Austin) - First Nations Art Projects and Activities (with Butch Dick) - Sk u k altx To Teach in School - Salish Language and Art Curriculum (with Butch Dick) - Ucwalmicwts Language Curriculum Framework (with Veronica Bikadi) - Woodworking Curriculum (with Scott McIver) - First Nations Young People: Becoming Healthy Leaders for Today and Tomorrow (with Paul Stevenson) - A reading series of six books with First Nations content for beginning readers: Raven Visits Victoria: Victoria Long Ago: First Nations Families: Grandma s Special Feeling (First Nations use of plants): First Nations Technology (Past & Present): Wait for Me! -Framework for Developing First Nations Curriculums (with Nella Nelson) - First Nations Art Teachers Record Keeping Book (with Victor Newman, Butch Dick, Alex Clark, Brad Dick) -The Longhouse Project: Contemporary Stories about First Nations Cultures on Vancouver Island (with Butch Dick, Shane Pointe, and Nella Nelson)
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Book Description Raven Publishing Inc., 2007. Perfect Paperback. Condition: New. First. Seller Inventory # DADAX0973676949
Book Description Raven Publishing Inc., 2007. Condition: New. Karin Clark (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M0973676949
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