ERIC Number: ED395851
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995
Reference Count: N/A
Trends in Art Education from Diverse Cultures.
Kauppinen, Heta, Ed.; Diket, Read, Ed.
This anthology brings together art educators from 21 countries to provide information about the past record of art education along with recent developments and future prospects. In "Part I: Historical Perspectives," the role of cross cultural influences is reported in essays: (1) "Quality Criteria Shifts in One Century of Art Education in Dutch Primary Schools" (Vera Asselbergs; Aaltje Knoop); (2) "Walter Smith's Influence in Brazil and the Efforts by Brazilian Liberals to Overcome the Concept of Art as an Elitist Activity" (Ana Mae Barbosa); (3) "The History of Art Education in Egypt" (Mahmoud El-Bassiouny); (4) "It Is What One Does That Counts: Developments in Swedish Art Education" (Ulla Bonnier); (5) "The Changing Face of Australian Art Education: New Horizons or Subcolonial Politics?" (Doug Boughton); (6) "The History of Art Education in Chile" (Luis Errazuriz); (7) "Art Education in Eastern Europe from 1945 to 1991" (Bogomil Kariavaris); (8) "Development of Art Education in Czechoslovakia" (Jaromir Uzdil); (9) "Development and Problems of Art Education in Modern Japan" (Kazumi Yamada); and (10) "The Basic Design Movement in British Education" (Richard Yeomans). "Part II: Projects and Prospects" reports on contemporary trends in art education. Articles include: (11) "The Fourth Good: Observation on Art Education in China" (Barbara Carlisle); (12) "The Leonardo Project: Prospects for Hungarian Art Education" (Andrea Karpati); (13) "Art Education in Zimbabwe: A Review of the Present Position and Suggestions for Development" (John Lancaster); (14) "Present Trends in German Art Education" (Lois Petrovich-Mwaniki); (15) "Art and Design Education in South Africa" (W. R. Philip); (16) "Art, Craft, and Design Education in Great Britain" (John Steers); and (17) "Diversity of Socio-Educational Functions of Art in the Modern World: View From Poland" (Irena Wojnar). "Part III: Multicultural and Cross-Cultural Issues" presents: (18) "The Arts in a Multicultural Society" (Brian Allison); (19) "Old-New Land: Cultural Integration and Polyaesthetic Education in Modern Israel" (Hanan Bruen); (20) "Many Cultures, Many Arts: A French Experience" (Marie-Francoise Chavanne); (21) "A Multicultural Curriculum in Scotland" (Arthur Hughes; Nick Stanley; John Swift, Eds.); (22) "Peace Education though Art: Study of Conflict and Nordic Paradise" (Heta Kauppinen); (23) "American Contemporary Art in Japanese School Art: Play Activity in the 1980s" (Akio Okazaki); (24) "An Exploratory Microethnographic Study of Art Teaching in One Navajo Public School System: The Anglo View of Running Water" (Mary Stokrocki); and (25) "Cultural Identity and Realization Through the Arts: Problems, Possibilities, and Projections in Nigeria" (Solomon Irein Wangboje). (MM)
Descriptors: Art Education, Cross Cultural Studies, Cultural Context, Cultural Influences, Educational History, Educational Practices, Educational Trends, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Visual Arts
National Art Education Association, 1916 Association Drive, Reston, VA 22091.
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Historical Materials; Information Analyses
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Researchers; Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: National Art Education Association, Reston, VA.
Identifiers: Asia; Europe; South America