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Educating in the Arts

The Asian Experience: Twenty-Four Essays
Education in the Asia-Pacific Region: Issues, Concerns and Prospects, Band 11

von: Lindy Joubert

178,49 €

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 19.06.2008
ISBN/EAN: 9781402063879
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 358

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Written by leaders in a wide range of creative fields and from all corners of the Asian region, this collection of essays presents arts and education programs which reflect traditional and contemporary practices. The volume aims to encourage the use of the arts in developing international understanding, celebrating cultural diversity, building cultural bridges and creating cross-cultural dialogue throughout the Asian region.
When I was first asked to edit this book, the researcher in me delighted at the opportunity to provide case studies from different cultural traditions with a team of like-minded fellow artists, educators and researchers. But as the book took shape I also discovered a true passion for its fundamental messages. Educating in the Arts – the Asian Experience talks about how landscapes and histories, farms and cities, the mountains, seas and skies interact with lives and form the backdrop for stories that build and link the creative clusters of a place. This book has provided a wonderful opportunity to delve into the many worlds that incorporate the arts, particularly where the arts inform, inspire and look for answers to difficult questions. Having attracted a broad range of contributors from every corner of the Asian region, a substantial collection of detailed information has emerged. Each story has an approach that is universal yet culturally unique. Close your eyes and see the colours, smell the smells and hear the voices of the children against the background rhythms of song birds, urban traffic or whistling winds.
Contributors. Acknowledgements. Preface.- SECTION ONE INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEWS.
1 Lindy Joubert: Introduction. 2 Alison Carroll: Masters and Pupils: the Rise of the Modern Art School in Asia. 3 Vibeke Jensen and George Attig: Art FOR Education: The Role of Art in Promoting a Good Quality, Basic Education for Children in Asia.- SECTION TWO ARTS EDUCATION PROGRAMMES: IRAN, HONG KONG, CAMBODIA.-
4 Mahmoud Mehrmohammad:i Arts Education in Iran: Reclaiming the Lost Ground. 5 Jane Cheung: The Arts-in-Education Programme: Towards Effective Learning Through Partnership. 6 Sam-Ang Sam: Arts Education in Cambodia: Its Social, Moral, and Economic Impact.- SECTION THREE THE ARTS, THE GALLERY AND THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE: JAPAN/AUSTRALIA, KYRGYZSTAN AND THAILAND.-
7 Chiaki Ajiok: Representation of Japanese art at the Art Gallery of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia). 8 Emil Nasritdinov: Mountains in the Evolution of Visual Arts in Kyrgyzstan. 9 Vichoke Mukdamanee: Development of Contemporary Art in Thailand.- SECTION FOUR CREATIVITY AND EXPRESSION IN THE DIGITAL AGE – SINGAPORE AND JAPAN.
10 Minming Cheng: Information Technology, Art Education, and Creativity in Singapore. 11 Nanako Ishido and Ichiya Nakamura: The Power of Creation and Expression in Digital-Age Children.- SECTION FIVE THE ARTS, EDUCATION AND THE COMMUNITY: UZBEKISTAN, HONG KONG, THAILAND/CHINA, THE PHILLIPINES.
12 Akbar Khakimov: Art Education in Uzbekistan. 13 Darwin Chen: To strive, to seek, to find and not to yield: Arts Education in Hong Kong: A Model of Persistence. 14 Lindy Joubert: Sustainable Education for Sustaining Communities – the Arts Integrated Curriculum. Two Case studies, China and Thailand. 15 Brenda Fajardo: New and Varied Initiatives in Arts Education for Cultural Development in Philippine Society.- SECTION SIX MUSIC PROGRAMMES FOR EDUCATION, MULTI-CULTURALISM AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: JAPAN, MALAYSIA, SRI LANKA ANDKOREA.-
16 Tatsuko Takizawa: Crossroads for Cultural Education Through Music: Recent Developments of School Music in Japan. 17 Robert Smith: Symphony and Sa Re Ga– Preparing a pre-service music education training programme for Sri Lanka. 18 Tan Sooi Beng: Traditional Music and Multiculturalism in Malaysian Education: Approaches in Music Appreciation Classes. 19 Ki-Beom Jang: Layers of Thought on Korean Music, Music Education and the Value of Music and Arts in the Context of Education and Human Development.- SECTION SEVEN THEATRE, DANCE AND THE HOLISTIC EXPERIENCE: INDIA, HONG KONG AND MALAYSIA.
20 Sangeeta Isvaran Rasa: A Life Skill. 21 Joseph Gonzales: Tertiary Dance Education in Malaysia. 22 Subodh Patnaik: Theatre and education: a different interpretation for India. 23 Yuewai Wong: The Black Box exercise – an arts education model from Hong Kong.- conclusion. 24 Lindy Joubert: Multi-disciplinary Arts - A New Beginning.
Written by leaders in a wide range of creative fields and from all corners of the Asian region, this collection of essays presents arts and education programs which reflect traditional and contemporary practices. The volume brings together researchers, practitioners, educators, children and young people with shared interests in the arts and activities that cross disciplinary divisions and aims to encourage the use of the arts in developing international understanding, celebrating cultural diversity, building cultural bridges and creating cross-cultural dialogue throughout the Asian region. This book arose out of the need to promote not only arts and educational practices; but also the research and evaluations being achieved in the field. Writing about their own practical experiences, the authors explore linkages between creativity and discipline; social organisation and individual expression and how inventiveness and economic productivity are inextricably linked.
Interesting and varied, written by regional experts across all art forms and areas
Encourages the use of the arts in creating international understanding, celebrating cultural diversity, building cultural bridges and creating cross-cultural dialogue throughout the Asian regions