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Bret Aaker

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Amy Biehl High School

HQ Phone:  (505) 299-9409

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Amy Biehl High School

123 4Th St. NW

Albuquerque, New Mexico,87102

United States

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Amy Biehl High School was founded in the spirit of Amy Biehl, a young person dedicarted to social justice. Using a thematic approach across subject areas, we teach students to apply and demonstrate skills and knowledge to analyze and address community needs. T...more

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516 ARTS presents COLOSSUS, a collaborative, site-specific art installation in the Gold Street Lofts in Downtown Albuquerque, with guest artist Karl Hofmann and the students of Bret Aaker at Amy Biehl High School.
About Bret Aaker and the Art program at Amy Biehl High School Bret Aaker has been working as an artist and educator since 1992. He designs and implements art curriculum for the freshman students of Amy Biehl High School with a focus on community involvement and historical context. In addition, he is a consultant for other school-wide and individual art initiatives. He has exhibited his own work in galleries in Albuquerque, Silver City, Marfa/Texas and Minneapolis.


Marfa.Org - Marfa Texas News & Views: One Someone Anyone, at Galleri Urbane

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Galleri Urbane / Marfa announces a new exhibit, "One Someone Anyone" by Bret Aaker, Alyson Fox, John Mulvany, and Morgan Sorne.
Bret Aaker also calls attention to the unpredictable with his "Capricious Series," a succession of rich paintings featuring images culled from a series of Francisco Goya etchings from 1799. Caprice means a sudden unexpected action or change of mind. The Goya series was entitled Los Caprichos. "These prints illustrated a Spanish society of vain, greedy, and impulsive people where reason had gone to sleep," says Aacker. "He used allegorical and fantastic images to illustrate his commentary of what he observed. Explaining one of his etchings he wrote, 'He who yesterday played the part of the bull today plays the bull fighter.'" Aaker placed the images on a field of color, removing details and blotting out their faces. He rearranged the figures, creating new compositions. "The capricious whims of fate are awaiting every one of us who proceed through life," says Aaker. - Bret Aaker was born in Vietnam in 1967. He received a BA from The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA, and is currently an art instructor at Amy Biehl High School in Albuquerque, NM.


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the direction of their instructor, Bret Aaker, were included in the current exhibit at 516 Arts, titled Street Art.
This mural is part of the ongoing curriculum that Bret Aaker includes in his art classes, to provide opportunities for students to participate in community based public art projects. He is continually seeking out such opportunities and would welcome any input, resources, or space from the community.


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