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對畫錄-新竹典藏教育現場

對畫錄-新竹典藏教育現場

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新竹市自2017年開始整飭典藏品資源與梳理新竹在地美術史,同時提升典藏品保存環境,並運用典藏資源開發主題學習教材包、推行典藏品入校展出,期能活用藝術資源於教育現場。因著當代教育思維轉變,藝術教育不僅發生於校園,更延伸至藝文場域,而新竹市美術館亦肩負著深耕新竹市藝術教育,並與學校連結、合作至推展之關鍵功能與定位。本次展覽從時間縱深角度思考,以典藏品為引導觀眾深入認識在地美術及回視歷史的媒介,並透過當代與新世代的創作與前輩藝術家進行跨時空美育對話,看見不同年齡層對於前輩藝術家的理解與延伸開展。

本展自新竹市378件典藏品中選擇五位新竹重要前輩藝術家作品展出,包含何德來、李澤藩、陳進、鄭世璠、陳在南。出身新竹的何德來(1904-1986)從東京美術學校(現東京藝術大學)畢業後隨即返鄉貢獻所學,與畫友成立新竹美術研究會,積極在新竹推動現代美術的創作與欣賞風氣,而他的創作也總能捕捉到獨特的風土意象。李澤藩(1907-1989)生於新竹市武昌街,為新竹重要藝術家與美術教育者,曾任教於新竹第一公學校(現為新竹國小)及新竹師專(現國立清華大學),時常透過隨筆式的紀錄描繪各地風景,畫作流露出對於土地與人文的關懷。臺灣第一位女性畫家陳進(1907-1998)生長於新竹香山,創作靈感多來自家族環境與日常生活,常以女性人物畫、花卉、風景為主要表現主題,風格精緻細膩且典雅。鄭世璠(1915-2006)受李澤藩啟蒙而對繪畫產生興趣,自家鄉景物寫生開展對藝術的探索,長年積極投入美術活動,畫風創新多變、深具自由隨性風格。陳在南(1918-2012)生於新竹市東門街,創作亦受李澤藩啟蒙,在學時期奠定堅實的素描基礎,擅以水彩和油畫等媒材敏銳捕捉生活周遭的景致風光,長期不輟的創作也充分展現他對美術的熱情與執著。

呼應新竹市美術館作為當代藝術場域的定位,此次更邀集五位擅以不同媒材創作表現的當代藝術家進入校園,與五所學校老師合作,自前輩藝術家的生平、創作歷程與風格共備教學課程,帶著學子環顧新竹美術發展歷程,並以多元創作視角回應前輩藝術家的創作與脈絡。

陳孟澤本身為藝術家及建華國中美術教師,以前輩藝術家何德來的〈自畫像〉為題帶領建華國中美術班學生以畫紀錄自我樣貌。楊奕軒畢業於國立清華大學藝術與設計學系研究所,本次進入前輩藝術家李澤藩曾任教的新竹國小,與學生用畫筆書寫日記,呈現不同時代與世代看待風景的視角。同樣生於香山的徐夢涵以前輩藝術家陳進的生平故事為引,讓香山國小三年級學生以常見於陳進作品的人物與花卉主題創作。定居於香山的萬一一則以前輩藝術家鄭世璠〈風城斯吧〉作品概念出發,與香山高中美工科二年級學生以複合媒材立體裝置呈現香山風情。擅長影像創作的阮璽為攝影家阮義忠之子,為玄奘大學校友,本次以「水」為引,帶領曙光女中攝影社至新竹市內各處水域拍攝,對照前輩藝術家陳在南〈青草湖碼頭〉、〈碼頭〉兩件關於湖畔與港口風景的繪畫創作。

本展自課程設計發想、學校老師前期鋪陳引導、藝術家入校教學、學生現場實踐創作與回饋,呈現新竹典藏教育現場的樣貌,延伸教學現場至展覽現場,期能發揮拋磚引玉之效,為教育工作者開啟更多對於典藏教育與教學方法的想像,使學生在豐富多樣的學習經驗中認識在地美術歷史與知識,並透過藝術建立今昔連結,進而在過程中養成美學素養。

 

/ 對畫錄-新竹典藏教育現場 Art Dialogue-The Art Education with The Collections of Hsinchu City /
✦ 展期|2021/4/1(四) – 2021/6/20(日)
✦ 地點|新竹市美術館 (新竹市中央路116號)
✦ 參展藝術家|何德來 x 陳孟澤、李澤藩 x 楊奕軒、陳進 x 徐夢涵、鄭世璠 x 萬一一、陳在南 x 阮璽
✦ 指導單位|文化部
✦ 主辦單位|新竹市政府
✦ 承辦單位|新竹市文化局
✦ 策展團隊|恆禾藝創
✦特別感謝|李澤藩美術館、新竹市香山區香山國民國小、新竹市東區新竹國民小學、新竹市私立曙光女子高級中學、新竹市立香山高級中學、新竹市立建華國民中學

 


 

Art Dialogue – The Art Education with the Collections of Hsinchu City

 

In 2017, Hsinchu City began to consolidate its archive resources and compile local art history. The city also enhanced the archive preservation environment and utilized archive resources to develop thematic teaching kits and promote on-campus exhibitions, hoping to flexibly use the resources for art education. With changing educational thinking in the contemporary society, art education does not just happen on campus, but has also expanded to art venues. Hsinchu City Art Gallery is responsible for laying the groundwork for art education in Hsinchu, and is positioned to serve the key functions of connecting and cooperating with schools for promotion of art education. This exhibition dives into the depths of time, and uses the archived works as the media to guide audience to gain in-depth understanding of art in Hsinchu and revisit its history, and displays the understanding and interpretation of different people in different age groups on earlier artists through the dialogue on art education across time and space between contemporary and new-generation creative works and early artists. 

This exhibition selects the works of five important early artists from Hsinchu, including HO Te Lai, LEE Tze Fan, CHEN Chin, CHENG Shih Fan, and CHEN Tsai Nan, from the city’s 378 archived works. Born in Hsinchu, HO Te Lai (1904 – 1986) returned home right after graduating from Tokyo Fine Arts School (now Tokyo University of the Arts), and founded Hsinchu Art Research Association with fellow artists, proactively promoting the creation and appreciation of modern art in Hsinchu. His works always captured unique local imageries.  LEE Tze Fan (1907 – 1989) was born on Wuchang Street, Hsinchu City, and was an important artist and art educator in Hsinchu. He taught at Shinchiku (Hsinchu) First Public School (now Hsinchu Elementary School) and Hsinchu Teachers College (now National Tsing Hua University). He often captured sceneries of different places through sketches, and his paintings exuded his love for the land and culture. CHEN Chin (1907 – 1998) was Taiwan’s first female artist, and was born and raised in Xiangshan, Hsinchu. She found creative inspirations in family surroundings and daily life, and used women, flowers, and landscapes as main expressive themes, displaying a sophisticated, delicate, and elegant style. CHENG Shih Fan (1915 – 2006) was first introduced to painting by LEE Tze Fan, and began his artistic exploration by drawing the local sceneries of his hometown. For a long time, he actively participated in art events, and his innovative and ever-changing creative style illustrated his free and unbounded spirit. CHEN Tsai Nan (1918 – 2012) was born on Dongmen Street, Hsinchu, and was also introduced to art by LEE Tze Fan, establishing a solid foundation of sketching when he was in school. CHENG sharply captured sceneries in everyday life through watercolor and oil paintings, and his tireless creative career over a long period of time also exhibited his passion for and dedication to art. 

Echoing Hsinchu City Art Gallery’s positioning as a site of contemporary art, this exhibition has also invited five contemporary artists, who specialize in using different media for creative expressions, to enter school campuses, where they cooperated with school teachers to prepare teaching materials on these early artists’ lives, creative journeys and styles, guiding students to examine the history of the development of fine arts in Hsinchu, while also responding to the early artists’ creative works and contexts through diverse creative perspectives. 

As both an artist and art teacher at Chien Hua Junior High School, CHEN Meng Tze used early artist HO Te Lai’s “Self-Portrait” as the theme and guided students of the art class to create portraits capturing own images. YANG Yi Syuan graduated from  Graduate Institute of Art and Design, National Tsing Hua University. For this exhibition, YANG went to Hsinchu Elementary School where LEE Tze Fan once taught at and wrote diaries with students using paintbrush to present the different perspectives on landscape of different eras and generations. Also born in Xiangshan, HSU Meng Han introduced students to the life story of early artist CHEN Chin, and asked grade 3 students to create works using the characters and flowers often depicted in CHEN Chin’s paintings. Now living in Xiangshan, WAN Yi Yi based the concept on early artist CHENG Shih Fan’s “Windy City Spotlight” and created mixed media installations with grade 11 students in the Arts and Crafts Division, Hsiang Shan Senior High School, to present Xiangshan’s sceneries. JUAN Sea, who specializes in image creation, is the son of photographer JUAN I-jong and an alumnus of Hsuan Chuang University. For this exhibition, he used “water” as the concept and took Shu Guang Girls’ Senior High School Photography Club to take pictures at various waterbodies in Hsinchu. The pictures were then compared with the two paintings depicting lake and harbor, “Green Grace Lake Wharf” and “Wharf,” created by early artist CHEN Tsai Nan. 

Form conceptualization and design of curricula, early introduction and guidance by school teachers, on-campus instruction by artists, to onsite creative practices and feedbacks of students, this exhibition showcases the live scenes of Hsinchu’s art education with its archive resources, which stretches the site of teaching to the site of exhibition. This exhibition looks to set an example and aims to inspire education professionals to have more imaginations on archive education and teaching methods, allowing students to learn more about local art history and knowledge through rich and diverse learning experience, and to bridge the past and present through art, ultimately achieving aesthetic cultivation in the process.

 

【 Art Dialogue – The Art Education with the Collections of Hsinchu City】

✦ Exhibition Period | 9:00-17:00 from 1 April 2021 to 20th June, 2021 (Closed on Mondays and holidays)
✦ Location | Hsinchu City Art Gallery ( No.116, Zhongyang Rd., Hsinchu City )
✦ Artists | CHEN Tsai Nan x JUAN Sea, HO Te Lai x CHEN Meng Tse, LEE Tze Fan x YANG Yi Syuan, CHEN Chin x HSU Meng Han, CHENG Shih Fan x WAN Yi Yi
✦ Advised by | Ministry of Culture
✦ Organized by | Hsinchu City Government
✦ Implemented by|Cultural Affairs Bureau, Hsinchu City
✦ Curated by | Good Creative
✦ Special Thanks to | Lee Tze-Fan Memorial Art Gallery, Siangshan Elementary School, Hsinchu Elementary School, Shu-Guang Girls' Senior High School, Hsinchu Municipal Hsiang Shan Senior High School, Hsinchu Chien Hua Junior High School

 

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