I photocopied this article a while ago because it talked about snapshots, but in light of the discussion Rose and I had about Digital Natives, I thought I would post this in response to her blog entry In between analogue and digital: Growing up in the digital revolution (Meyer, 2013), and continue that conversation.
On Saturday Rose and I and our trusty sidekicks ventured out for White Night, loyally starting with Parnell, and moving on to the CBD galleries.
The other day one of my former E & A (English and Academics) students came into the library, she’s in year two now. At the end of our conversation she said to me “I hope I am in E & A class this year.” I replied, “I’m sorry you’re not, there is no E & A class for year two students.”
And she responded, hand to heart: “I know, but I hope I am in E & A.” Continue reading
Justine Giles, 2013, Remembering a daydream [watercolour and pencil, 420 x 297 mm].
I haven’t posted any of my studio work yet! Mostly because I’m working on a reasonably large drawing that is taking a long time to finish. But I’ve taken a break from that, so here is something I’ve been working on today.
(Apparently I was a child who did a lot of staring down and to the right!)