1. Build the foundation for future learning.
2. Increase student confidence in their ability and motivation to learn successfully (through autonomy).
3. Encourage student responsibility to learn.
4. Increase student knowledge.
5. Increase student's ability to retain learned knowledge.
6. Teach students the roles people, groups of people, and events have played in building the United State's diverse culture.
7. Instill responsibility in students to take accountability for building their own future success, and the success of the United States and World.
The Great American Adventure Mural
Victor Horvath painted The Great American Adventure in 1976 to celebrate the bicentenial. The Great American Adventure is a 20' x 40' Mural containing four 4'x4' and 23 4'x8' sectional paintings. It was a tremendous undertaking and took Horvath over 2 years to build this master piece. He used all of his savings and had to borrow money to complete the massive painting. The Public Education system now uses his mural as the center piece for the Adventur-Cation system. The system teaches students a new way to learn through literacy, technology, and cultural understanding.
"Victor Horvath is the 21st century's Vincent Van Gogh. His trademark Transparent Squares coupled with his unique impressionistic style classify him as a Master Artist. He is unlike any artist before or after his time. Victor is now painting custom murals for his clients.
His famous painting The Great American Adventure will never be forgotten. Victor Horvath founded Adventur-Cation when he painted The Great American Adventure. The Public Education system now uses his Adventur-Cation system (based on The Great American Adventure Painting and Book) to teach students US History. Adventur-Cation uses his Transparent Square mural paintings to catalyze learning.
Victor Horvath's Trademark style will be studied and remembered by future Masters.
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Victor Horvath's Adventur-Cation paintings are based on historical facts. It works by creating memories through the repetitive association of Art with Fact. In more detail, Adventur-Cation works by associating Victor Horvath's Transparent Square Art with literary facts, sounds, videos, personal experiences, and primary source materials.
The result of the Adventur-Cation program is an adventurous, unique, memorable, enjoyable, and educational process. We owe Victor's Artistic genius for its existence."