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This tool is useful for artists of any genre. I created it for visual art students at the university level, but I use it in my creative writing a...
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Byron Wilding  (TpT Seller) re: Artist Audience Relationship Diagram (re: theme)
Hi Allyson,
So it could be used before a project as a means to weigh my intention toward the audience and then after the project to ascertain if my intention has shifted or wandered toward another relationship to the reader. And of course, the reader can evaluate the results of my intent. I can see how that would open up some very interesting avenues for a class discussion.
Thanks for the response, Byron
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A. Ritger  (TpT Seller)
Thanks for your interest, Byron. I've never actually used it before a project, but I'm sure it would be useful that way, as well. After I introduce the graph, we take some famous artists and try to "place" them. I ask students to place themselves, and I also place them based on how I see their work. I also ask them where they'd like to be on the graph. It does indeed lead to interesting discussions.
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Byron Wilding  (TpT Seller) re: Artist Audience Relationship Diagram (re: theme)
What is meant by "attachment"? Is there a definition that you give elsewhere? Also, am I to make a line graph? Or, do I locate myself as a dot on the graph –each dot locates the particular work and my attitude towards it and the audience. So, after 20 art projects, if they are dated, I might see a trend and locate my attitudes in relation to the readers' attitudes?
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Byron
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A. Ritger  (TpT Seller)
Hi Byron,
"Attachment" in this case refers to how important it is to the artist/author (etc.) that the audience receives his/her message in the way it was intended. I don't make a line graph -- I just present it as is. Obviously where you locate yourself is subjective, and changes slightly with each project, but yes, seeing a trend after numerous projects can be useful in terms of considering where you might concentrate your revision efforts. I hope that's helpful!
Best,
Allyson
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