TITLE

DRAWING (PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE) TOGETHER: A (GRAPHIC) LOOK AT THE RECONCEPTUALIZATION OF ART EDUCATION

AUTHOR(S)
CARPENTER II, B. STEPHEN; TAVIN, KEVIN M.
PUB. DATE
July 2010
SOURCE
Studies in Art Education;Summer2010, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p327
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
IN THIS GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION, TWO CHARACTERS/ICARICATURES DISCUSS, CONTEMPLATE, AND FANTASIZE THE HISTORY OF THE FIELD OF ART EDUCATION, ITS CURRENT STATE, AND FUTURE MANIFESTATIONS. THE CONVERSATION IS ILLUSTRATED AROUND THE POSSIBLE RECONCEPTUALIZATION OF ART EDUCATION. THROUGH TEXT AND VISUAL METAPHORS, THE PHILOSOPHICAL BELIEFS, THEORETICAL FORMATIONS, AND DISCURSIVE TERRITORIES OF THE RECONCEPTUALIZATION OF ART EDUCATION AND THE CRITICALLY COMPATIBLE FRAMEWORKS THAT INFORM ITS LIKELIHOOD ARE DRAWN TOGETHER. MAJOR THEMES AND MOVEMENTS SUCH AS VISUAL CULTURE, ARTS BASED RESEARCH, COMMUNITY-BASED PEDAGOGY, ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECO-ART EDUCATION, AND LACANIAN PSYCHOANALYTIC THEORY ARE SKETCHED OUT.
ACCESSION #
52621688

 

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