Art Education Beyond the Classroom: Pondering the Outsider and Other Sites of Learning

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This compendium engages art critics, art educators, and art therapists in a conversation about artists with disabilities in non-traditional settings. For the sake of clarity, this population is subsumed under the term 'Outsider.' The idiosyncratic, often passionate and self-taught nature of 'Outsider' art has captured the interest of the members of these fields, posing provocative questions about the social order and its inherent exclusion. The contributors to this volume hope to arrive at not further division, ...

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Art Education Beyond the Classroom: Pondering the Outsider and Other Sites of Learning

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Overview

This compendium engages art critics, art educators, and art therapists in a conversation about artists with disabilities in non-traditional settings. For the sake of clarity, this population is subsumed under the term 'Outsider.' The idiosyncratic, often passionate and self-taught nature of 'Outsider' art has captured the interest of the members of these fields, posing provocative questions about the social order and its inherent exclusion. The contributors to this volume hope to arrive at not further division, but a continuum suitable for the human condition.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780230114302
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Publication date: 8/7/2012
  • Pages: 214
  • Sales rank: 1,360,518
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 5.60 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Alice Wexler is a professor in the Art Education Program at the State University of New York at New Paltz.

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Table of Contents

1. The Messages of Linda Persson; Roger Cardinal
2. Working with the Young Outsider Artist: Appropriation, Elaboration, and Building Self-Narrative; David Henley
3. How Do You Get to Prospect Avenue?; Tim Rollins
4. Young and Disabled in Harlem: Making Art Like It Matters; Alice Wexler
5. The Art of Living and Dying: Linda Montano; Linda Weintraub and Alice Wexler
6. Truth, Goodness, and Beautiful Art: Set Free in the Penitentiary; Phyllis Kornfeld
7. Following the Siren's Song: Scott Harrison and the Carousel of Happiness; Doug Blandy and Michael Franklin
8. Digital Ethnography: Artists Speak from Virtual Ability Island in Second Life; Mary Stokrocki, Alice Wexler, and L. S. Krecker
9. Outside the Outside: In the Realms of the Real (Hogancamp, Johnston, and Darger); Jan Jagodzinski

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