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2002

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

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Donatello’S David: The Putti Speak, Sally A. Struthers Dec 2002

Donatello’S David: The Putti Speak, Sally A. Struthers

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

As the first approaching life-sized, freestanding, sensuous, bronze nude since Antiquity, Donatello’s bronze David is a critical monument of the Italian Renaissance. It is also one of the most enigmatic. David is nude, but not completely unclothed, wearing a feminine-looking hat and knee-high boots. David holds a rock and a sword, while standing suggestively, on the head of Goliath. He stands in a relaxed contrapposto stance. His left hand, held to his hip, holds a stone. His right hand is resting on an oversized sword, which points downward to the helmet of Goliath, between the feet of David. As ...


Creative Approaches To Enhance Student Learning, Teaming, And Collaboration, Sally A. Struthers, Ned Young, Gary Mitchner Mar 2002

Creative Approaches To Enhance Student Learning, Teaming, And Collaboration, Sally A. Struthers, Ned Young, Gary Mitchner

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

This forum concentrates on the use of humor and non-conventional pedagogy to help students improve their learning, teaming, and collaboration skills. Using card games, party games, egg drop exercises, and "A Bug's Life" movie, students experience the complicated interactions of teaming process and external boundary management.