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        Belarusian Waltz: Art as a Form of Protest

        This lesson plan is designed to be used with the film, Belarusian Waltz, which shows various ways that an artist protests the virtual dictatorship that governs his homeland of Belarus. Classrooms can use this lesson to explore the use of art as a form of protest and means of bringing about change.

        http://www.pbs.org/pov/belarusianwaltz/lesson_plan.php

        Belarusian Waltz: Painting the Portraits (Clip 1 of 2)

        In this clip, Belarusian performance artist Alexander Pushkin paints portraits of people that the government has condemned as traitors.

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        Belarusian Waltz: The Protest (Clip 2 of 2)

        In this clip, performance artist Alexander Pushkin uses art as a means of political protest.

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