Art education in Canada: reflections from scholars impacting the field
Author: Rees, Joanna
Source: International Journal of Education Through Art, Volume 6, Number 1, 1 June 2010 , pp. 25-40(16)
Abstract:This study discerned trends in contemporary Canadian art educational research through interviews with key scholars at leading Canadian universities. The art educators interviewed included Fiona Blaikie, Roger Clark, Kit Grauer, Rita Irwin, Jan Jagodzinski, Anna Kindler, Cathy Mullen, Harold Pearse and David Pariser. Canadian art education is noteworthy for alternative research practices that include arts-based research, arts-informed research and a/r/tography. In the interviews, Canadian scholars discussed their contributions towards the field and its evolution from the trajectories of social theory to descriptive research. In addition, they brought to light current debates about the validity of arts-based research and visual culture studies.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: National Taiwan Normal University.
Publication date: June 1, 2010
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