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Knight, Linda, Ed.; Lasczik Cutcher, Alexandra, Ed. – Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research, 2018
Drawing from an international authorship and having global appeal, this book scrutinizes, suggests and aggravates the relationships, boundaries and connections between arts, research and education in various contexts. Building upon existing publications in the field of arts-based educational research, it deliberately connects and disconnects the…
Descriptors: Art, Research, Education, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Lasczik Cutcher, Alexandra – Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research, 2018
This chapter takes as its metaphorical lens the painterly concept of pentimento, which operates materially, conceptually and aesthetically in and through the 'writing'. The pentimento functions as a means to explore visual modalities of portrayal of the theoretical dispositions as well as of the theoretical dispositions themselves. The…
Descriptors: Art, Educational Research, Ethnic Groups, Self Concept
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Pente, Patti Vera – Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research, 2018
This chapter extends the creative potential of three dimensional (3D) and four dimensional (4D) printing in order to highlight a posthuman focus that promotes the experimental qualities of visual art within arts-based research (ABR). Given that the social and environmental stakes are high due to the proliferation of 3D and 4D digital fabrication…
Descriptors: Humanism, Art, Educational Research, Printing
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Riddle, Stewart – Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research, 2018
In this chapter the notion of assemblage is put to work in order to understand how the early career researcher-musician-educator comes to be formed from the milieu. An analysis of the relationship between research as knowledge production and the artistic desire for aesthetics and affectivity is undertaken to trouble the boundaries that separate…
Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, Musicians, Researchers, Art
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Rousell, David – Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research, 2018
This chapter aims to rework humanist understandings of data in art|education|research by developing the 'data event' as a methodological concept which is productive for post-qualitative inquiry. Working with data as event involves a posthumanist reconceptualisation of art|education|research practice that does not separate sensorial data from the…
Descriptors: Humanism, Data, Art, Education
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Snepvangers, Kim; Ingrey-Arndell, Jesse – Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research, 2018
Challenging traditional formats for dissemination of scholarly work in the arts often means adapting creative works into text-based documents for assessment. Complexity in such discursive spaces of representation frequently results in unsatisfying outcomes. New materialist theories extend ideas beyond visual production and reproduction towards…
Descriptors: Art, Research, Scholarship, Information Dissemination
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Knight, Linda – Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research, 2018
The residual meanings attached to the arts emerge through histories that have maintained disciplinary difference between dance, music, art, drama. This modernist persistence affects intellectual and corporeal innovation in school-based arts so how might a rearticulation of arts practices, as well as research and education procedures from the…
Descriptors: Art Activities, Urban Programs, Childrens Art, Psychological Patterns
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Atkinson, Dennis – Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research, 2018
This chapter will refer to recent art practices in order to explore the idea of a subject-yet-to-come in the domains of pedagogy and learning. It will argue for an immanence of pedagogy in art practice where the event of art and its affect, forces thought to think and to individuate new worlds. One aim is to try to think beyond conceptions of…
Descriptors: Art, Instruction, Learning, Ethics
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Matapo, Jacoba; Roder, John – Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research, 2018
What then can the body of Arts -- Research -- Education do? What can arts based educational research produce (hereafter ABER)? As emerging researchers in this field, we begin this chapter in the middle of a reflective conversation about many assemblages and about our journey into arts based education research, and what life was emergent in a…
Descriptors: Art, Educational Research, Humanistic Education, Early Childhood Education
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Knight, Linda; Riddle, Stewart – Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research, 2018
Over the last decade, cultural institutions have worked hard to connect audiences with contemporary arts practices that are no longer created by a sole person working alone but by artists who work collaboratively and across disciplines. Like generalist teachers, contemporary artists utilize practices and pedagogies to engage audiences (including…
Descriptors: Artists, Cooperation, Interdisciplinary Approach, Art Education
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MacDougall, Don; Irwin, Rita L.; Boulton, Adrienne; LeBlanc, Natalie; May, Heidi – Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research, 2018
Don MacDougall's death was a rupture in our community of artist scholar educators. After all, how can we imagine our death? Heidegger (1953/2010) argues that death is 'eminent immanence' (pp. 241-251). For Derrida (1993), it is an aporia as it is something un/imaginable as a living being. Attached to Don's research at the time of his death brought…
Descriptors: Creative Activities, Research, Death, Memory
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Manovski, Miroslav Pavle – Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research, 2018
This work emerged while rehearsing Fauré's POÈME D'UN JOUR for voice and piano comprised of three mélodies. While rehearsing these myself, I was compelled to create three artful narratives of my own: one from my life right after graduation day, one from my life as a music teacher, and one from the lens or voice of a qualitative researcher. I also…
Descriptors: Music, Personal Narratives, Music Teachers, Researchers
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Cutcher, Alexandra Lasczik – Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research, 2018
This chapter shares a suite of collaborative artmaking projects, designed to use Arts-based inquiry through an a/r/tographical lens to enable deep learning and the development of pedagogical content knowledge. These projects are underpinned by a desire to provide authentic and engaging learning experiences for Visual Arts pre-service teachers in a…
Descriptors: Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Art Teachers, Preservice Teachers, Visual Arts
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Gunve, Fredric – Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research, 2018
In this text you will be introduced to different examples of art and teaching as inseparable practices. The text enters from an artistic perspective with the agenda of experimenting with a merge and dissipation of the boundaries between art and education, and to incorporate not only the everyday, but also the phantasmagoric, mythical and…
Descriptors: Art Education, Art, Interdisciplinary Approach, Instruction
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Otterstad, Ann-Merete; Waterhouse, Ann-Hege Lorvik – Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research, 2018
Our chapter invites you/them/us to think the notion of possible worlds in line(s) with Gilles Deleuze's writings about dividing worldly signs into different encounters. We are developing artistic encounters, as worldly signs in an attempt to ontologically infiltrate cartographies of child/ren/hood(s) in early childhood locations. And doing that…
Descriptors: Children, Semiotics, Differences, Art