Arts Education for a Multicultural Society: An Evaluation of the AEMS Project
Trentham Books, 1995 - Education - 72 pages
This work is an analyses of the AEMS project which introduced black artists and their music, drama, literature and a range of other art forms to mixed race and all-white schools and colleges in many areas of England and Wales, actively involving hundreds of teachers and thousands of pupils.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
South Glamorgan Walsall and Cheshire
Dewsbury Walsall and Huddersfield
achieve AEMS artists AEMS co-ordinators AEMS Development AEMS Director AEMS initiative AEMS project AEMS schools Anancy anti-racist education approach areas Art and Design arts curriculum Arts in Schools Asian awareness Black and cultural Black and ethnic Black artists brief BTEC Cardiff Centre challenge Cheshire AEMS course cultural minority artists curriculum development Development Plan Dewsbury College dissemination education authorities enhance ensure established ethnic minority artists experience explore funding Further Education Huddersfield Technical College identify images in-service involved issues Kingston upon Thames Kirklees London Mary Seacole multicultural arts education multicultural education Multicultural Society Muslim schools National Curriculum organisation partnership photographs practice programme pupils racism realise Regional Arts Associations regional groups response role models schools and colleges skills South Glamorgan staff development steering committee stereotypes strategies teachers and artists visits visual Wales Welsh Arts Council whole school