Gender Issues In Art Education

Author: Georgia Collins
Editor: National Art Education Assn
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Art Education And Gender

Author: Gill Hopper
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 113740857X
File Size: 16,93 MB
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Why do girls study art and why do girls become primary teachers? This book examines and reveals the powerful influence of the family, the school and the state in shaping female identity and constructing notions of gender appropriateness. It also discusses the status of art at school and the position of women artists in society.

Gender Matters In Art Education

Author: Martin Rosenberg
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Find out how gender really matters in the artroom. Gender Matters in Art Education translates the theory of gender equity into real practice in the art classroom. The authors provide a coherent review of the important research on gender equity in schools and demonstrate, through concrete, classroom-based examples, the unique opportunities that the art classroom provides for promoting gender equity for both boys and girls.

The Gendering Of Art Education

Author: Pen Dalton
Editor: Feminist Educational Thinking
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This book traces the main gendered themes of modernist art education from the nineteenth century to the present day. In the period of industrial modernization, art education emphasised the importance of productive modes of creativity in 'making and doing' and promoted rational 'design processes' productive of masculine identities. With the decline of industrial production and with the rise in leisure, services and consumption, art education has shifted its relevance to the more feminine skills of flexibility, management, responsiveness and combinatory modes of creativity. The Gendering of Art Education looks at the way art education has always been implicated in producing gendered identities for modernity's gendered divisions of labour.

Gender Representation In Art Pedagogy

Author: Julia S. White
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This study explores the issue of unequal representation of women artists in the art-world (museums, galleries, auctions and texts) as well as in Studio Art, Art Education and Art-Historical pedagogy. This study examines how student knowledge and attitudes are impacted by the lack of exposure to art made by women. The problem of unequal representation of women in the arts was verified and examined in the literature review. The literature review explored feminist pedagogy as an educational method. The review made evident the unequal representation of women in visual Art History and the relative exclusion of women role models in studio practices through the use of three-pronged examination of women's representation in Art History: the devaluation of craft, the history of barring women as artists, and the systematic exclusion of women artists in text books, museums and the art-world. The research presented here was conducted in the form of a survey of seventy-two Humboldt State University students currently enrolled in either Art History, Art Education or Audio Art courses. This study investigates the research question: is the problem of unequal representation of women artists in the art-world reflected in student knowledge? My hypothesis is that the existence of unequal representation of women artists in the art-world demonstrated through the historical-analytical review of the relevant literature is reflected in college students' knowledge of women artists. The results support this hypothesis of the ongoing effects of the historical bias in favoring male artists.

Gender Inequality And Art Education

Author: Mary Conway
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The History Of American Art Education

Author: Peter Smith
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313298707
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Leads to a better understanding of the forces that have influenced art education in the schools.

Studies In Art Education

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Art Industry And Women S Education In Philadelphia

Author: Nina de Angeli Walls
Editor: Praeger
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The author explores the social and cultural significance of training for women in the commercial and decorative arts, and art education, from about 1850 through the 20th century. The story is framed by the broader contexts of gender-segregated education and the influence of Philadelphia's local business and industry on women's career opportunities in the visual arts. Industrial needs, women's career aspirations, and the changing landscape of American art shape this case study of the Philadelphia School of Design for Women and its successor, Moore College of Art and Design.

Gender Bias In Scholarship

Author: Winnifred Tomm
Editor: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
ISBN: 0889209634
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Contemporary Issues In Art Education

Author: Yvonne Gaudelius
Editor: Pearson College Division
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Contemporary Issues in Art Education by Yvonne Gaudelius and Peg Speirs is a collection of essays that are framed around social issues, art, and teaching. Using an issues-based approach, the authors provide a valuable resource for teaching issues-based content, especially as these issues are explored through contemporary art and visual culture in the classroom. The authors present ideas for educators at all levels who want to incorporate an issues-based approach to teaching. This book combines theoretical perspectives with tangible and practical strategies for generating content and pedagogical approaches. The book, while primarily written for pre-service elementary teachers, will prove useful to general classroom teachers and art educators at all levels, whether they are teaching in the K-12 or the college classroom. The authors in this book are highly respected within the field of art education. They provide thoughtful approaches to a realm of complex ideas encompassing artistic, social, political, and educational issues. Readers will develop and understanding of a variety of ways to teach about such issues in the classroom, how to draw upon the contemporary artworld, and a sense of the critical frameworks within which we need to explore such issues.

Resources In Education

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Philosophy Of Art Education

Author: Edmund Burke Feldman
Editor: Prentice Hall
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The primary aim of the book is to raise the questions and issues which should be of importance to art teachers by relating the practices and concerns of art teaching to some of the main problems of philosophy. It integrates both subjects of art education and art teaching; presents many of the principle issues regarding art education that are of concern to art teachers; and provides future and current teachers of art with a means of reflecting on the reasons and goals for teaching art.

Teaching Gender

Author: Beatriz Revelles-Benavente
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 135179020X
File Size: 16,17 MB
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Teaching Gender: Feminist Pedagogy and Responsibility in Times of Political Crisis addresses the neoliberalization of the university, what this means in real terms, and strategic pedagogical responses to teaching within this context across disciplines and region. Inspired by bell hooks’ "transgressive school" and Donna Haraway’s "responsibility", this collection promotes a politics of care within the classroom through new forms of organizational practices. It engages with the challenges and possibilities of teaching students about women and gender by examining the multiple pedagogical, theoretical, and political dimensions of feminist learning. The book revisits how we can reconfigure a feminist politics of responsibility that is able to respond to or engage with contemporary crises. It also conceptualizes crisis and explains how it is transforming contemporary societies and affecting individual vulnerabilities and institutional structures. Finally, it offers practical cases from different European locations, in which crisis and responsibility have served to reformulate contemporary feminist pedagogies, altering curriculums, reframing institutions, and affecting the process of teaching and learning.

Visual Arts Research

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The International Journal Of Art Design Education

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Globalization Art Education

Author: Elizabeth Manley Delacruz
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What can art educators contribute to the world in an age of globalization? Timely research, critical analyses, narrative essays, and case studies from 49 scholars form all over the world examine how globalization interfaces not only with are and education, but also with local and regional cultural practices and identities, economies, political strategies, and ecological/environmental concerns of people around the world.

Contributions Of Gender And Culture To Aesthetic Response

Author: Faith Marie Clover
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The History Of Art Education

Author: Albert Arthur Anderson (Jr.)
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File Size: 71,32 MB
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International Handbook Of Research In Arts Education

Author: Liora Bresler
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781402048579
File Size: 59,88 MB
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Providing a distillation of knowledge in the various disciplines of arts education (dance, drama, music, literature and poetry and visual arts), this essential handbook synthesizes existing research literature, reflects on the past, and contributes to shaping the future of the respective and integrated disciplines of arts education. While research can at times seem distant from practice, the Handbook aims to maintain connection with the live practice of art and of education, capturing the vibrancy and best thinking in the field of theory and practice. The Handbook is organized into 13 sections, each focusing on a major area or issue in arts education research.