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Histories of Community-Based Art Education (No. 280)
KRISTIN G. CONGDON, DOUG BLANDY, and PAUL E. BOLIN, EDITORS
The history of community-based art education is often associated with children, youth, and adults coming together in formal and informal cultural organizations. These places can serve as spaces for public discourse about art and other issues of mutual concern, including the traditional and popular arts. These diverse art objects and practices function, in part, as catalysts for dialogue about individual and group identity, local and national concerns, and ultimately the pursuit of democracy. Hearing the stories of others should cause us to pause and reflect on our own position in the world. What stories are woven into the fabric of who we are? What tales from our past have shaped and continue to form our lives today? Educators are also encouraged to order extra copies for library, reference, and historical collections, including staff development libraries and teacher resource centers.
200 pgs. (2001) ISBN 1-890160-08-3
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