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Andragogy and Theatre Directing: Teaching Directing Students Not to be Students

Applying andragogy theory to a class of directing students encourages them to study, explore, and learn from doing by themselves.

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Published Online: June 28, 2016

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Art Research in Australian Catholic Hospitals

This paper reports on an Art and Design research project ARCH (2011 – 2015) within Catholic Healthcare in Australia.

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Published Online: June 20, 2016

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Koebi-tai: Volunteerism behind Setouchi Triennale

The objective of this paper is to present an ethnographic account of Koebi-tai , a volunteer group primarily supporting the preparation and daily operations of Setouchi Triennale, Japan.

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Published Online: June 17, 2016

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Artfully Aware: Contemplative Practice in the Classroom

Contemplative art practices offer a model for quieting the mind, deepening awareness and strengthening learning in the classroom, elucidating knowledge of both the inner (self) and external (the world).

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Published Online: June 17, 2016

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What happens when you turn twice? Where the pictorial turn meets the material turn

Considering the link between the lives of artworks and their agency in light of new materialism, this contribution looks at Barad's agential realism and its relevance to art theory.

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Published Online: June 3, 2016

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Establishing a Pulse: Arts for Reflection, Resilience, and Resonance in STEM Education

I discuss examples of teaching in the arts for reflection, resilience and resonance in a way in which higher-education students find beneficial as they prepare to enter challenging professions.

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Published Online: June 6, 2016

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Teaching Art in Nicaragua: Art as Cross-cultural Learning Tool to Address Social and Cultural Disparities

This paper considers the roles of art as a cross-cultural intervention tool to address social and cultural disparities while working with at-risk children in Nicaragua.

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Published Online: May 26, 2016

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Between Two Earthquakes: Gazing Beyond Kant’s Sublime in Humanitarian Disasters

As the platforms that produce, distribute, and display images of disaster victims multiply, we critique the dominant aesthetic paradigm of the sublime and posit an alternate, “eschatological,” visual framework.

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Published Online: May 26, 2016

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Opera as a Community Arts Project: Engagement and Participation Strategies

Based on the example of a community opera project from the Netherlands, this paper investigates strategies for engagement and participation. It identifies best practice themes for establishing community involvement.

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Published Online: May 26, 2016

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SkiNZ: "Patience," Personal Narratives of Identity within Gay Leather Culture

This paper discusses several artists and authors working with image-dominant cultural coding and gay leather culture. My most recent painting from the SkiNZ project, “Patience,” is also presented.

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Published Online: May 26, 2016

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