Welcome to Patty Bode's videos. This page provides links to various videos that highlight my work in public schools, community art settings and talks delivered about critical pedagogy, social justice education and postmodern multicultural art education.
Presented at Higher Order Thinking Schools for State of Connecticut Public Schools HOT Schools Summer Institute 2015 in Hartford
I led a workshop on "Art, Inquiry and Critical Literacy" and also a week-long track, titled "Transform Curriculum: Student Voice, Critical Engagement and Meaningful Arts" - The conference video/media producer, Ian Applegate, edited this video of my talk and posted on the conference video blog.
Patty Bode gave a TEDx Talk at TEDxOhio State University, Columbus OH in the Spring of 2014 titled: Art Education as Civil Right
These four videos exhibit the work of the 2011-2012 school year with 25 amazing third grade scholars to implement the Digital Visual Culture (DVC) Project funded by National Art Education Foundation. Patty Bode worked in a Boston Public School, specifically, the Boston Teachers Union School with the art teacher, Laura Davila-Lynch and third grade teacher, Jeffrey Timberlake in collaboration with Pearl Emmons and Elana McDermott of Tufts University. Videos by TJ Sharp, Ohio State University graduate student.
1st Quarter of Digital Visual Culture (DVC) Project: Learn About Sketching and Painting
2nd Quarter of Digital Visual Culture (DVC) Project: Turn Illustration into Animation
3rd Quarter of Digital Visual Culture (DVC) Project: Reading Partnerships and Voicethread
4th Quarter of Digital Visual Culture (DVC) Project: Animations and Websites
Patty Bode gave a keynote address at Greenfield Community College, Greenfield MA to kickoff
Black History Month 2012:
Social Action and Art, African American History & Contemporary U.S. Culture
Patty Bode gave a keynote address at the conference of the PAEA Pennsylvania Art Education in Gettysburg, PA in Autumn of 2011 titled:
Re-Thinking Dedication to Patriotism in ART EDUCATION
Patty Bode and Basil El Halwagy (http://basilelhalwagy.com/) were artists in residence in Department of Youth Services Juvenile Justice Schools in 2009. In a program designed by Derek Fenner (http://derekfenner.tumblr.com/) called Unlocking the Light, funded by a US Department of Education grant, the youth documented their art making and learning in a film they produced: A Freedom of Life is On Us
Senegal-America Project: In Winter of 2011-2012, Patty Bode traveled to Senegal, West Africa with Tony Vacca (http://www.tonyvacca.com/) and Jean Butler (http://arts-are-essential.org/) hosted by Maasamba Diop (tama drum player for Baaba Maal), to learn from the artists, musicians, poets, children and families the neighborhoods near Dakar. This video documents the voices of some of the school children with whom Patty painted, played, learned and taught. Video editing and production by TJ Sharp, Ohio State University graduate student.