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  • Klippel's Art And His Life
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    A French philosopher and writer, Pierre Bourdieu (Bourdieu et al. 1990) claims that sociological factors such as education, family background, cultural development of an individual as well as one's belonging to a specific social class, plays a vital part in interpretation and participation in the Arts. In order to evaluate this argument and make any logical conclusions, it must therefore be examined through evidence which in this case will be referring to an Australian artist, Robert Klippel". E...
  • Mason Gross School Of The Arts
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    In recent centuries, education has fueled the advancement and popularity of art. Art has always been a favorite pastime of connoisseurs and commoners alike. But not until recently has it really broken into American mainstream culture and entitled this beautiful form of expression become available to all of us. Typically, art was reserved for those of nobility and privilege. Fortunately, with the acceleration of art in our educational system it is now a standard practice readily available to anyo...
  • Arts Education Programs
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    Research sometimes reveals dramatic results about the specific effects of arts learning on students. But research fulfills other functions, such as: raise questions about the ends and methods of arts education; allow to take stock of progress made in delivering quality arts education; help to understand keys to effective partnerships in support of arts education; lay out the pros and cons of policy options in sustaining excellent arts education in schools, districts, and states. Many kinds of re...
  • California Arts Council Arts Education Programs
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    There are some issues that should be discussed (as the importance of inter arts instruction or creative writing in the arts); at present there is no doubt that art classes are a real opportunity to increase the level of education and make it available for all. Arts education policy includes series of measures provided by a governing body: school boards, state legislatures and federal government. These organizations take decisions as to arts programming, facilities, instruction, curricula, and fu...
  • Art A Student
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    Philosophy of education Being a teacher is something that I've thought about my entire life. Wanting to be a teacher is a different story. It took me a few years before I realized that teaching is what I wanted to do. I never thought I could be an educator. It is almost a powerful feeling knowing that I can change the lives of so many students. I believe that every child has the ability to learn, but it takes a good teacher to be able to bring this ability out. This is a role I would like to tak...
  • Theatre Arts Class
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    2-27-03 Chairman Kelly and respected Senators, It is a privilege to talk to you today on behalf of theatre education. My name is Kirsten Pardon-Johansen. I teach theatre arts to first through fifth grades in the Orono Public School district and I teach future elementary teachers at Bethel College in Roseville, MN. I moved from the regular classroom where I taught third and fourth grade to the theatre specialist classroom when the standards dictated a need for such education. There, I created a c...
  • Tacoma Art Museum
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    #3 Tacoma Art Museum Tacoma, Washington At 1701 Pacific Avenue in downtown Tacoma, Washington. In close proximity to Union Station, Washington State History Museum, and the University of Washington Tacoma campus. The Tacoma Art Museum was designed be Antoine Pre dock from Albuquerque. The building size at 50,000 sq. feet. And costing $27 Million to create it incorporates shadow stainless steel and glass as exterior features. Special Features include more than 12,000 square feet of flexible galle...
  • Emotional Power Of The Art
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    The question of wether it is "Better to Plant a Cabbage than a Rose" raises an important philosophical issue concerning the necessity of art in our society. Should tax payer's money be used to fund the creative arts such as theatre, litterateur and painting or instead should it be spent on services like Medicare, The Dole and Education receive more money and be deemed more importance? We can no doubt see that services such as Medicare, The Dole and education are necessary in our society. Much li...
  • Art And Music Education
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    like Art Budget Cuts I? d like to inform you about the great deal of budget cuts happening everyday in our public school systems. One of the hardest hit is in our arts and music departments. The battle over NEA funding and other important foundations that are set up to benefit our youths are being challenged by the government at an alarming rate. Cutbacks in our schools budget force students in these departments to go without necessary supplies that are essential in the learning process. I? d al...

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