Natasha Mayers:

An Un-Still Life

Investigating Activist Art

 

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Natasha Mayers: An Un-still Life

 

The educational and community conversation resources aligned with the film

have been created and compiled in collaboration by Maine educators

Argy Nestor, Kal Elmore and Catherine Ring.

 

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Artistic Practices in Your Life and in the Life of an Artist

 

Creating

Performing/Presenting/Producing

Responding

Connecting

Presenting an artist who has remained true to her passion for over 50 years, the film follows Natasha as she takes on social, economic and environmental justice issues with humor, irreverence and a keen aesthetic that enlightens while it entertains.

 

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High School Lesson:
Social, Cultural or Political Ideas in Art

 

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        • Maine Learning Results

        • National Core Standards

Middle School Lesson:
Investigating and Messaging – Art in Practice

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        • OVERVIEW

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        • Maine Learning Results

        • National Core Standards

Elementary Lesson:
Mentors & Media to Propel Change

 

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        • National Core Standards

Art Kits for All: Art for Social Change

ART KITS FOR ALL: ART FOR SOCIAL CHANGE July 13, 2021 Learn about how the Art Kits for All program highlighted Natasha Mayers: an Un-Still Life in July 2021 during the Maine International Film Festival! Waterville Creates in collaboration with community partners,...