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Redefining cultural identity in digital art practice: Artistic journeys across cultural boundaries and ethnic borders
During the past several decades, globalization has blurred the borders among cultures, to some extent. The development of computers and the Internet has accelerated the collapse of cultural boundaries and changed the ...
Korean contemporary art as an educational resource for the American secondary art classroom
Focusing on the artwork by Korean-born artist Shin il Kim, this chapter examines Korean contemporary art as a resource for teaching and learning in the American secondary art classroom. Kim utilizes digital technology ...
Re-imaging traditions: Comparison of John Ruskin and Kim Chong-hui
This research is intended to focus on theories and beliefs of Ruskin and Kim Chong-hui, as they appear in their writings, paintings, and other scholars’ studies on them and to compare these two figures in the historical ...
Three Initiatives for Community-Based Art Education Practices
According to Lawton (2010), art educators should be concerned with teaching their students to make critical connections between the classroom and the outside world. one effective way to make these critical connections ...
Theorems in Visual Art: Art and Math Teacher Collaboration toward Creative Leadership
An artist and a mathematician meet. The authors of this article, one an art education professor and the other a mathematics professor, collaborated to conduct research as a team, examining perceptions of K-12 art ...