New Practices - New Pedagogies: A Reader

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This book asks how arts education - particularly in the visual arts - has changed to meet new needs or shape new futures for its production and reception. The first section introduces broad contextual frameworks. The second examines new directions in practice. The third and longest section gives cases from and insights into a changing pedagogy.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780415366182
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 3/28/2005
  • Series: Innovations in Art and Design Series
  • Pages: 252
  • Product dimensions: 6.80 (w) x 9.70 (h) x 0.05 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr Malcolm Miles is Reader in Cultural Theory, University of Plymouth, where he coordinates research training for doctoral students in the Faculty of Arts and the Critical Spaces Research Group. He is author of Art, Space and the City (1997) and Urban Avant-Gardes (2004), and co-Editor of The City Cultures Reader (2nd Edition 2004) and Urban Futures (2003).

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Table of Contents

Foreword 5
Preface 7
Ch. 1 Globalisation : issues for culture 15
Ch. 2 Future academy : collective research into art practices and pedagogies of a future global world 19
Ch. 3 System error : economies of cultural production in the network society 29
Ch. 4 An ecological context 39
Ch. 5 Unrealised : projects 1997-2002 53
Ch. 6 Sophie Calle's appointment at the Freud museum : intervention or irony? 63
Ch. 7 Imagination can save us 75
Ch. 8 Eco-art practices 87
Ch. 9 Connecting conversations : the changing voice of the artist 99
Ch. 10 Creative practices and the 'stigma of the therapeutic' : an issue for postgraduate pedagogy/? 117
Ch. 11 Outside 'the true' : research and complexity in contemporary arts practice 133
Ch. 12 Related objects of thought : art and thought, theory and practice 143
Ch. 13 You are always someone else's monster 155
Ch. 14 The responsibility and freedom of interpretation 163
Ch. 15 Self-awareness and empowerment in architectural education : a case study 173
Ch. 16 Outside the frame : teaching a socially engaged art practice 191
Ch. 17 The body politic : a pilot course between art and social and ecological justice 207
Ch. 18 Green visions/grey infrastructure : interventions in post-industrial society 223
Conclusion 243
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