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Contemporary Art as Extra-curricular Learning: Lessons from a University Art Gallery

This paper reports on a United Kindom based research project which investigated how a University–based contemporary arts gallery could potentially enhance the student learning experience.

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“We’re Not Ready for Huck Finn”: An Important Story Struggles to Be Told

"Splittin’ the Raft" is a dramatic adaptation of Mark Twain’s Huckleberry Finn as interpreted by ex-slave Frederick Douglass. A university company delivers this controversial text to a modern student audience.

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Balance, Depth, and Beyond: Tapping into Design Thinking in Art Education

In order to be highly effective teacher-leaders of art and design, creativity and innovation must be balanced with analytical thinking and practical wisdom. Thinking and dispositions for success are designed!

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Excavating Immigrant History and Identity through Object Oriented Storytelling

We are exploring digital storytelling with tangible object interaction as a way to address aspects of acculturation among immigrants of the first, second, and third generations.

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The Malay Cultural Heritage Interpretation of Light: The Art of Spirit

The Malay cultural interpretation of light can be translated from the traditional understanding into a contemporary setting. It reveals the light with the art and the spirit of culture.

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The Usefulness of a Critical Discourse Analysis Approach to the Study of Newspaper Reviews of Contemporary African Art in Britain

This paper discusses how critical discourse analysis (CDA) can be applied to the study of newspaper reviews of contemporary African art in Britain.

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A Comparative Study of Oral and Documentary History: The Great Grand Mosque of Yazd

Contradictions of the historical outline and appearance of the mosque were the motivation of surveying its oral and documentary history ;leading to hypothesis that it was built on pre-Islamic construction.

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The International Journal of Arts Theory and History , Volume 8, Issue 4, December 2014

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Which Way Is Up? An Experimental Performance

This is a case study examining the process undertaken by two groups of students in a combined production called "This Way Up."

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What Makes a Good Choreographer? Dancers Speak Up: Concept, Choreography, and Challenge

Five dancers in Australia relate their personal experiences working with two uniquely Australian choreographers.

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