Art, Culture, & Education: Artful Teaching in a Fractured Landscape
Joe L. Kincheloe
Peter Lang, 2003 - Art - 162 pages
This book asks serious aesthetic and cultural questions about art and teaching. In this context the authors explore the power of art to shape both our emotions and our intellect. With these ideas in mind the authors explore a course the team taught on - High and Low Art: Good and Bad Taste. As the course began the - Sensation controversy at the Brooklyn Museum broke out. The authors trace both how the controversy shaped their course and its implications for the larger concerns with art, culture, and education in the twenty-first century."
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