WWW.BOOK.DISLIB.INFO
FREE ELECTRONIC LIBRARY - Books, dissertations, abstract
 
<< HOME
CONTACTS



Pages:     | 1 | 2 ||

«Edward P. Clapp Towards a New Concept of Arts Education: Second World Conference on Arts Education; Seoul, Korea Harvard University, USA ...»

-- [ Page 3 ] --

Once we step outside of the frenzied dance party that is the field of arts education and get on the balcony to gain perspective on our domain, we are able to identify our core assumptions—the underlying truths that have us. If we can hold those assumptions as object—to have them—then we can test their validity, question their reason for being, and adapt them to better serve our purposes.

Equipped with our new vision, we then need to figure out how to return to the dance party and affect change. Sure, any one individual can have insight, alter his or her practice, and then get back down there and start grooving in a whole other way. But how can we alter our arts education practice more broadly? How can we teach the entire room—the entire field of arts education—a new dance?

In order to fully gain perspective on the field, to assess what the broadest swath of individuals assume to be true, we must include as many diverse voices as possible in the dialogue around our field’s foundational beliefs. Deferring to our traditional field leaders to reassess our core assumptions will not suffice. We must instead incorporate the perspectives of a new generation of young professionals. Bringing fresh, innovative, 21st Century ideologies into dialogue with the field’s original pioneers and most respected leaders is the key to keeping pace with our changing cultural surround. It is only through such an inter-generational exchange that the field of arts education may genuinely see itself, evaluate itself, re-strategize for the future—and then get back down to the party and start a new groove.

References:

Cameron, B. (2007). New perspectives for new times. (Keynote address). Performing Arts Exchange.

Louisville, KY. Retrieved January 10, 2009 from http://www.southarts.org/atf/cf/%7B15E1E84EC906-4F67-9851-A195A9BAAF79%7D/PerformingArtsExchange2007keynote.pdf.

Clapp, E. P., Gregg, A., Kleaver, N., Marlow, H. (2009). “Re-inventing arts leadership for the 21st Century.” [Workshop presentation]. Arts Education Partnership National Forum. Cambridge, MA. October 2-3, 2009.

Deasy, R. J. (2009). Arts education assumptions. [Unpublished document].

Gardner, H. (1982). Frames of mind: The theory of multiple intelligences. New York, NY: Basic Books.

Getty Center for Education in the Arts. (1987). Discipline-based arts education: What forms will it take?

Proceedings of a national invitational conference sponsored by the Getty Center for Education in the Arts. Los Angeles, CA. January 15-17, 1987.

Heifetz, R. A. & Linsky, M. (2002). Leadership on the line: Staying alive through the dangers of leading.

Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Publishing.

Heifetz, R. A. & Laurie, D. L. (1999). Mobilizing adaptive work: Beyond visionary leadership. In Conger, J., et al (Eds.) The leader’s change handbook. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Heifetz, R. A. (1994). Leadership without easy answers. Cambridge, MA: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.

Hetland, L., Winner, E., & Veenema, S. (2007). Studio thinking: The real benefits of visual arts education.

New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

Housen, A. & Yenawine, P. (2001). Basic VTS at a glance. New York, NY: Visual Understanding in Education.

Kegan, R. & Lahey, L. (2009). Immunity to change: How to overcome it and unlock the potential in yourself and your organization. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation.

La Senna, D. (in press). Adults, the future, and participatory arts education. In Clapp, E. P. (Ed.) 20UNDER40: Re-Inventing the Arts and Arts Education for the 21st Century.

Somerville, MA:

20UNDER40.

Lynch, C. (in press). Ctrl c, ctrl v, a new model? In Clapp, E. P. (Ed.) 20UNDER40: Re-Inventing the Arts and Arts Education for the 21st Century. Somerville, MA: 20UNDER40.

Partnership for 21st Century Skills. (2004). A framework for 21st Century learning. Retrieved April 17, 2010 from http://www.p21.org/.

Project Zero. (n.d.). Artful thinking. Retrieved April 17, 2010 from http://pzweb.harvard.edu/tc/overview.cfm.

Saunders, V. J. (2007). Listening to the next generation: Finding new ways to lead the arts and culture field.

(Keynote address). Facing Pages. Minnowbrook Conference Center, NY. Retrieved January 10, 2010 from http://victoriajsaunders.com/Documents/Listening%20to%20the%20Next%20Generation.pdf.

Saunders, V. J. (2006). Boomers, XY’s and the making of a generational shift in arts management. In CultureWork 10(3).

Solomon, J., & Sandahl, Y. (2007). Stepping up or stepping out: A report on the readiness of next generation nonprofit leaders. Young Nonprofit Professionals Network.

APPENDIX A: A Short-List of Changes Affecting the Field of Arts Education

Audiences are changing

• Museums and performing arts institutions are struggling to attract and retain new audiences who are no longer accustomed to being “sit and listen” observers of the arts (Saunders, 2007; Cameron 2007), but are instead eager to be co-creators of their arts experiences (Cameron, 2007).

• As a result of our shifting demographics, more people are seeking to pursue adult arts education experiences at different stages of their lives. Many institutions that provide such services are now charged to develop adult arts education programs that simultaneously fulfill the needs and interests of adult learners ranging in age from being in their early twenties to those in their sixties, seventies, eighties and older (La Senna, in press).

Artistic expression is changing

• Children and young adults raised on digital technology are utilizing electronic media as a means to express their creativity in a manner that goes beyond the traditional arts disciplines offered through schools, after-school programs, community arts organizations, and university arts departments.

• Many arts education programs continue to place an emphasis on traditional visual arts, theatre, music, and dance educators and teaching artists, rather than look to non-traditional arts makers working with contemporary mediums more attuned to 21st Century students’ interests.

• Even given a re-orientation of arts educations towards digital media, because of the pace of digital technology, pedagogy cannot keep pace with the invention and adoption of these new art forms.

Artistry is being challenged as authorship is redefined

• In our digital remix world, what it means to be an artist who authors original work is in question. As copy, cut, and paste have become the primary artistic skills of the Internet, one can argue that the traditional emphasis on original thought through artistic expression is being replaced by the ability to mix and match extant material in an aesthetic manner (Lynch, in press).

• The ability to digitally remix works of art has increasingly compromised the notion of artistic intellectual property. To what degree does digital remix exhibit artistic expression, and to what degree is it an act of copyright infringement and/or electronic artistic plagiarism?

Arts assessment is changing

• Given the push towards standards-based assessment throughout the United States, how to assess, document, and quantify quality teaching and learning in the arts remains a mystery of great concern for in-school and out-of-school arts service providers.

Arts administration and funding is changing • As a result of our tightened economy and shifting public attitudes towards the arts, upper level administrators of arts education organizations are finding themselves spending more time on issues of development and fundraising. This shift away from programming both distracts the field’s most accomplished professionals from issues of pedagogy and program design, while at the same time discouraging the field’s most talented young professionals from pursuing executive director or senior staff level positions (Solomon & Sandahl, 2007).  



Pages:     | 1 | 2 ||


Similar works:

«I Ber. lnst. Geol. Paläont., K.-F.-Univ. Graz ©Institut f. Erdwissensch., Geol. u. Paläont., Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz; download www.biologiezentrum.at Band 2, Graz 2oool Altes und Neues zum neogenen Vulkanismus in Österreich Ingomar FRITZ Geologie und Paläontologie, Landesmuseum Joanneum, Rauhergasse 1 0, A-80 1 0 Graz Betrachten Sie Jahre lang diesen Vulkan; durchspähen Sie jeden Winkel seines Abhanges. O glauben Sie dem Punkte nahe zu seyn, in dem ft alle diese Erscheinungen...»

«Fakultät für Chemieingenieurwesen und Verfahrenstechnik Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) Masterprüfungskommission INHALTE DER VORLESUNGEN UND ÜBUNGEN DER VERTIEFUNGSFÄCHER ZU DEN MASTER-STUDIENGÄNGEN CIW/VT UND BIW Stand 11.02.2015 -1INHALTSVERZEICHNIS Angewandte Rheologie Biopharmazeutische Verfahrenstechnik Bioverfahrenstechnik Chemische Energieträger – Brennstofftechnologie Chemische Verfahrenstechnik Energieverfahrenstechnik Gas-Partikel-Systeme...»

«Reisebericht zum Mooney-Treffen 2007 in San Antonio, Texas Bereits zum zweiten Mal flog Egon Steiner mit seiner Mooney M20K nach Texas, dem Geburtsland unserer Mooneys zur MAPA-Convention. Zusammen mit Co-Pilot Christopher Vitz flogen die beiden 6.000 NM in 36 Flugstunden.Bericht von Christopher Vitz: Vorbereitung: Das Egon und ich im Team nach Texas fliegen würden, war eine sehr kurzfristige Entscheidung. Bis zu unserem Abflug am 16. September standen uns weniger als 14 Tage für die konkrete...»

«CH0500009 PAUL SCHERRER I N S T I T U T PSI Bericht Nr. 05-10 September 2005 ISSN 1019-0643 Fachbereich Logistik Abteilung Strahlenschutz und Sicherheit Aeroradiometrische Messungen im Rahmen der Ubung ARM04 Benno Bucher, Gernot Butterweck, Ladislaus Rybach, Georg Schwarz PAUL SCHERRER INSTITUT PSI BerichtNr. 05-10 September 2005 ISSN 1019-0643 Fachbereich Logistik Abteilung Strahlenschutz und Sicherheit Aeroradiometrische Messungen im Rahmen der Ubung ARM04 Benno Bucher1, Gernot Butterweck2,...»

«The Complete Book of Half-Elves Introduction There has been information released dealing with nearly all the major races for AD&D. There has even been information put out for some of the minor races. So far, it looks like the half-elf has been pushed to the side. I hope this is not the case. The purpose of this “book” is to breathe some life into a race that is often played, but overlooked by many. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed doing it. There are many references to TSR products....»

«Filme in Impress unter Linux ohne Java [Using Movies in Impress on Linux without the need for Java Software] [0.3] Erste Version: [2005-12-18] Erste Deutsche Version: [03.01.2006] Filme in Impress unter Linux ohne Java Inhaltsverzeichnis Schritt 1 – Erklärung des Grundkonzepts Schritt 2 – Schreiben eines externen Shell Scripts Schritt 3 Erstellen des OpenOffice.org Macro Schritt 4 Verbinden des Macros mit einer Grafik Schritt 5 KDE spezifisch: Entfernen der Ränder des Fensters der...»

«Zohar Shavit (Tel Aviv) Über die Rezeption Erich Kästners in der hebräischen Kinderund Jugendliteratur Der vorliegende Beitrag versammelt einige vorläufige Arbeitshypothesen zur Rezeption Erich Kästners in der hebräischen Kultur, die noch genauerer Überprüfung bedürfen. Eine erste Analyse des Materials zielt auf fünf Schwerpunkte: I. Die jüdisch-hebräische Rezeption Kästners in der Zeit vor dem Zweiten Weltkrieg im Kontext der Übersetzung deutschsprachiger Literatur ins...»

«Installation Guide Dionex Instrument Integration for Empower Version 1.10b March 2011 © Dionex Dionex Instrument Integration for Empower Installation Guide Table of Contents 1  OVERVIEW 2  SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS / COMPATIBILITY 2.1  Supported Empower Workstations 2.2  Supported Chromatography Instruments and Drivers 2.3  PC Requirements 2.4  Supported Operating Systems 2.4.1  Windows Security Updates 2.4.2  About Virtualization 2.5  Miscellaneous Requirements 2.5.1  Regional Settings...»

«Publish data Vielleicht Begab Es Sich Aber books document, also Download PDF Vielleicht Begab Es Sich Aber digital file VIELLEICHT BEGAB ES SICH ABER PDF Enjoy ways of help documentation is really a hard copy manual that's printed vielleicht begab es sich aber PDF nicely bound, and functional. It operates as a reference manual skim the TOC or index, get the page, and stick to the directions detail by detail. The challenge using these sorts of documents is the fact that user manuals can often...»

«The Genesis of Bach's `Great Passion´: 1724-29 by William Hoffman In the late spring of 1724, having presented his first original oratorio Passion According to St. John, BWV 245, on Good Friday on April 7, Johann Sebastian Bach turned to his next annual Passion presentation. This, as well as annual cycles of church cantatas, was among his primary composing responsibilities as Leipzig Music Director and Cantor of the four principal Lutheran churches. The composition of Bach's St. Matthew...»





 
<<  HOME   |    CONTACTS
2016 www.book.dislib.info - Free e-library - Books, dissertations, abstract

Materials of this site are available for review, all rights belong to their respective owners.
If you do not agree with the fact that your material is placed on this site, please, email us, we will within 1-2 business days delete him.