Talk:The artistic process/Introduction
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I wonder if it would be better to split the overview and introduction for this module, as they are conceptually different, even though both would be quite short. The artistic process is, as a whole, quite short, but it doesn't seem like it would have to be. For example, the introduction could potentially include a video signpost from an artist talking about the artistic process, while the introduction would be strictly the pedagogical orientation.
Just a thought. Alison
I think we agreed to separate overview and introduction. Each unit would begin with an overview page which includes only a statement about what the unit is about, and then the listing of objectives. The following page would be introductory content.
Shall I go ahead with splitting these pages here and in How Art Speaks?
One of the ideas we've discussed is to reduce the number of links to external drawings. It is better for the learner to see the image integrated in with the text.
I looked around for an openly licensed version of the Michelangelo drawing linked on this page. Didn't find the version in the link....but there are many others to choose from in the commons category drawings by Michelangelo
Would one of these suffice?