Toward an Art Education of Place.

  title={Toward an Art Education of Place.},
  author={D. Blandy and Elizabeth Hoffman},
  • D. Blandy, Elizabeth Hoffman
  • Published 1993
  • Political Science
  • Eco-theory is shaping contemporary scholarship across academic areas. This shared discussion filters through the knowledge base of each discipline and field of study as scholars seek to link research and pedagogy with current environmental issues and concerns. Art educators are not unfamiliar with the relationships among art, art education, and the environment. This article continues to explore these relationships through a consideration of environment as imagined by contemporary ecotheorists… CONTINUE READING
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