De’VIA Themes

Deaf View/Image Art De’VIA has many unique themes specific to the Deaf experience and also universal themes that apply to humanity and other marginalized groups.  Scroll down for a listing of themes that show up in De’VIA works often.  This listing will be revised as new themes emerge or are revisited.  The Themes are categorized as resistance (showing oppression of Deaf people) and affirmation (celebrating being Deaf).  It is important to note that some De’VIA works show evolution from resistance to affirmation and can be termed liberation works.  Some works show both experiences but do not communicate themes of liberation but rather limbo.  Feel free to add comments, suggestions, or questions below

#Surdistsmakeartnotwar challenge (one week in Aug 2017 to create works responding to world events)

https://devartivistunited.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/surdistsmakeartnotwar-artivism-challenge-2017.pdf

#inspirationchallenge – week long challenge in Aug 2017 each day a different deceased Deaf artist was assigned for us to study and be inspired by to create new works – using their style or imagery or ideas
info page with examples  inspiration challenge 2017 info
day 1 – Morris Broderson Day 1 M Broderson Inspiration Challenge rev
day 2 – Francisco Goya Day 2 Francisco Goya 2017
day 3 – Ferdinand Berthier day 3 berthier doc
day 4 – Harry Williams Day 4 Harry Williams 2017
day 5 – Lee Ivey IveyChallenge
day 6 – Betty G. Miller Day 6 Betty G miller
day 7 – Inspiration Challenge Day 6 Chuck Baird

De’VIA Theme Challenges
De’VIA History challenge:
Day 1 Deaf History DeVIA Day 1 b
Day 2 Deaf History DeVIA day 2 pdf
Day 3 deaf-history-challenge-revis-e28093-day-3-pdf
De’VIA ASL and Deaf Pride Challenge:
Day 1 Day 1 of Two Day ASL Challenge rev
Day 2 Day 2 of Two Day ASL Challenge

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