October 2nd, 2013

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To get an A

During the first class we buzzed through the contents of Chapter 1.  You answered 1 of the questions on the list and made a tumblr or pintrest, instagram, or started your paper textbook project. That level of achievement rates as a C. Good solid work.  Now--  To get an A you are to answer all the questions on the list on your blog and read chapters 1, 7, and 8 in the textbook as well as watch Week 1 and Week 2 videos on our class tumblr at hstarbuck.tumblr.com.

Come prepared to list the elements and  3 aspects of the creative process  in a quiz.
Be able to fill in the Form Follows  ____ blank____   in two or more different ways that designers have come up with over the generations.

You will be masters of the Creative Process - Chapter One
and be well on your way to becoming masters of Line and Shape!
That's why you strive for experience points in this class - to become design masters!

We will work on your Chapter 7 and 8 syllabus questions during the second class period.

Good work.
Send any questions you have and I'll send answers.

See you next week,
Honoria
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Intro to Eric Maisel

My name is Honoria Starbuck

I am an artist and a teacher.  I love my job teaching drawing at the Art Institute of Austin.  I have read several of your books and ideas from them percolate through my teaching.  I use the purpose statement idea to help students focus on their potential to do good in the world and make a difference.  Many come into school feeling a bit powerless since we are a for-profit school with entry requirements that are more open than many colleges and universities.

My art is squeezed between my job and happy home life.  I do small work or work in many layers that dry in between.  I amaze myself that I get so much done but I've spent years perfecting my insert-artmaking-here performance.

My art makes me happy and my job and husband pay the bills so I don't feel pressure to sell.  I show my work every so often and some sells.  I don't think of selling as a road to success for me.

Each student success is my passion now.  So I am taking this bootcamp to capture new skills and ideas to pass on to my students.

I used your purpose statement chapter to distill my purpose statement:
I use my creativity, skills, personality, and knowledge to live and to share a deeply creative life.