Art Education 11-18: Meaning, Purpose and Direction
What kind of art would we like school and college students to produce? What kind of art do we want them to engage with? What is the purpose of this engagement? And how should we organize the processes? By asking fundamental questions such as these, Richard Hickman and this volume's contributors illustrate the new possibilities for art education in the twenty-first century and their implications for classroom practice.
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