Globalization and Art Education
Globalization and Me
Artist Trading Cards: Personal Mementos in a Globalized World
Globalization and Me: An Annotated Bibliography
This collection of references explores the community of Artist Trading Cards, and their spread throughout the world through live trading sessions, the mail, and the Internet. This research informs my final Globalization and Me project by showing how ATC’s continually bring together artists from different backgrounds, histories, cultures and lifestyles for a common connection. Through this common connection we learn more about the world in which we live, while still equipped with the freedom to express and explore the ways in which we personally fit within today’s globalized world.
Globalization and Me: Research Brief and Website
As a final project for the University of Florida Graduate Studies class, Globalization and Art Education, I became interested in Artist Trading Cards and their connections to today's globalized society. I was intrigued at how Artist Trading Cards seem to keep personal voice, connections and culture alive within the ATC community and how ATC's were often used to spread cultural understanding, study, and creativity. In my project, I reveal the positive impact of globalization through Artist Trading Cards, an aspect of Globalization that is under-recognized today.