Curriculum, Culture and Art Education: Comparative Perspective / Edition 1

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Overview

An international compilation of critical historical case studies of art education that illuminates how cultural knowledge is transmitted through curriculum.
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Eleven case studies of art education illustrate that the translation of cultural knowledge is part of the process of conceptualizing, developing, and implementing curriculum. In looking at historical and cultural influences on art education in Japan, Australia, Canada, Spain, the US, Sweden, Brazil, Morocco, Britain, Hungary, and Chile, the authors emphasize ideas that have emerged in, or been transported to, the country and transformed in a new context. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780791437742
  • Publisher: State University of New York Press
  • Publication date: 5/28/1998
  • Series: SUNY series, Innovations in Curriculum Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 225
  • Product dimensions: 5.80 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Introduction: Cultural Histories of a School Subject
Kerry Freedman and Fernando Hernandez

PART I. STATE REGULATION: INTEREST AND INFLUENCE ACROSS SOCIAL BOUNDARIES

1. Artistic, Cultural, and Political Structures Determining the Educational Direction of the First Japanese Schoolbook on Art in 1871
Yasuhiko Isozaki

2. Austalian Visual Arts Education: Long-Standing Tensions between Sociocultural Realities and Governmental Policy
Doug Boughton

3. Teaching Drawing in Nineteenth-Century Canada—Why?
F. Graeme Chalmers

4. Framing the Empty Space: Two Examples of the History of Art Education in the Spanish Political Context
Fernando Hernandez

PART II. CULTURAL IDEALS: THE EFFECTS OF VISIONS AND VALUES

5. The Importance of Modern Art and Art Education in the Creation of a National Culture: New York Roots
Kerry Freedman

6. From Art Making to Visual Communication: Swedish Art Education in the Twentieth Century
Staffan Lovgren and Sten-Gosta Karlsson

7. Brazilian Connections between Fine Art and Art Teaching Since the 1920s
Lucimar Bello Pereira Frange

8. Art Education and Social, Political, and Economic Changes in Morocco
Jordi Pinto and Khalid El Bekay

PART III. PROFESSIONALIZATION: SCIENCE, POLICY, AND PRACTICE IN THE FORMATION OF THE FIELD

9. From Imperialism to Internationalism: Policy Making in British Art Education, 1853-1944, with Special Reference to the Work of Herbert Read
David Thistlewood

10. The Child Study Movement and Its Effects on Hungarian Art Education
Andrea Karpati and Emil Gaul

11. Rationales for Art Education in Chilean Schools
Luis Errazuriz

Conclusion: A Sociological Framework for International Art Education

References

About the Contributors

Name Index

Subject Index

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