A sneek preview for you fans of Sky Arts, Landscape Artist of the Year, 2017. Landscape Artist of the Year 2017 There has been a castle in Knaresborough for over 900 years. Over the centuries there have been significant periods of building and repair work as the castle was adapted to meet changing […]Read more "Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year – Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, 2017"
Touch and be touched Tactile Stimulation – Anything touched and anything that touches us can be stimulating. Every solid object has texture, temperature, shape. Balls in a collection can be smooth or rough, hard or soft, furry or…not. The sense of touch also includes the differentiation and recognition of temperature, pain, and body position (proprioception). […]Read more "Touch and be touched"
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There are relatively easy adaptations to the creative art program in order to make it accessible to students who are blind or visually impaired. While younger students typically participate in creative art within the classroom, most school age students take advantage of this time for an inclusive opportunity with typically developing peers. Whether art activities […]Read more "How to make adaptions to make art accessible to blind students in the class-room/studio."
Introduction: I myself am registered blind and with hearing loss. In Britain, education is free and provided by the British government. Attendance at schools is compulsory; it is upheld by legal sanctions, enforced by the Courts. Education is provided in spoken and verbalised format (mainly English, with Wales also delivering Welsh as part of its […]Read more "Factors Impacting Educational Attainments of the Deaf in Britain"
It’s true to say that whilst studying at Blackburn College and the University Centre Blackburn College I have witnessed at first hand educational inequalities and seen discrimination and avoidance of disability issues and I feel it needs wide research and highlighting not just at Blackburn . Many researchers in the field of education, particularly during the […]Read more "Just how extensive is educational inequality in Britain today? As a registered blind artist and student,I will critically assess the different explanations that have been advanced to account for educational inequalities."
Abstract Modern aesthetics regards sight and hearing as the only senses which were able to produce art. Touch, smell and taste might offer pleasant stimuli, but can never achieve the status of art objects. What are the arguments for this rejection, and are they still sustainable? This paper focuses on the general and specific […]Read more "Reflection on Aesthetics and Tactile Touch, Smell and Taste and my Artworks"