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ERIC Number: EJ1381157
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2023-May
Pages: 14
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EISSN: EISSN-1476-8062
Conceptualising Intergenerational Lived Experience: Integrating Art-Moving-Well-Being across Disciplines, Communities and Cultures
Adams, Megan; Burke, Geraldine; Browne, Nikki; Kent, Karan; Colemane, Kylie; Alfrey, Laura; Lalor, Aislinn; Hill, Keith
International Journal of Art & Design Education, v42 n2 p216-229 May 2023
Art and movement are motivating forces in, through, and beyond education. As populations age, there is an increasing need to support physical and social well-being. Yet, since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a reported exponential increase in feelings of loneliness across generations. Complex challenges require trans-disciplinary solutions, and this paper represents a joint effort within and across disciplines, communities and cultures to find ways to ameliorate this silent epidemic. In this paper, we propose a cross-disciplinary conceptual framework where Aboriginal Artists and Knowledge Holders, Teacher Educators, and Physical and Occupational Therapists come together to explore theoretical and pedagogical insights that encompass intergenerational art-moving-well-being practices, reducing feelings of loneliness and improving social connections across generations. There are two main aims of this paper; first, to better understand current studies that report on integrating art-moving-well-being practices, and the effect this has on health and well-being of intergenerational participants (under 10-year-olds, 20+ year olds and 50+ year olds). Second, based on community needs, the long-term aim is to propose a flexible art-moving-well-being conceptual model that is scalable, sustainable and based on social and relational support systems. We propose a model that is flexible and adaptable within and across our local community and beyond. We argue that feelings of loneliness are unique to each individual, and there is a need to connect specific intergenerational programmes with art-moving-well-being practices that readily engage and integrate varied communities and cultures in sustainable ways and thus, contribute to thriving communities.
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Evaluative
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Language: English
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