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About The . Part of the intent in these two volumes is to undertake a sustained critique of the 1982 Art in the Mainstream (A

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Part of the intent in these two volumes is to undertake a sustained critique of the 1982 Art in the Mainstream (A.

There is a sustained critique of the art programs developed by the Getty Center for the Arts whose arts curriculum presents the paradigm case of late modernist thinking.

Many of the essays raise the need to be attentive to sex/gender issues in art&art education and the need to read the artistic discourse otherwise.

In Postmodern Dilemmas: Outrageous Essays in Art&Art Education and Pun(k) Deconstruction: Experimental Writings in Art&Art Education jan jagodzinski presents a series of essays covering a timespan of approximately ten years.

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The distinct intention of this critique is to put forward a new value base for art&art education in these postmodern times.

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As a former editor of The Journal of Social Theory in Art Education and a founding member for the Caucus on Social Theory in Art Education the author attempts to deconstruct the current art education paradigm which is largely based on modernist tenets and to reorient art education practice to social issues as developed in both media education and cultural studies.

This is particularly the case in Pun(k) Deconstruction where architectural discourse is deconstructed and which includes an artistic performance given by the author in 1987.

There is a sustained critique of the art programs developed by the Getty Center for the Arts whose arts curriculum presents the paradigm case of late modernist thinking.

These essays chart the theory and practice of art&art education as it relates to issues of postmodernity and poststructuralism concerning representation identity politics consumerism postmodern architecture ecology phallocentrism of the artistic canon pluriculturalism media and technology and AIDS.

) statement which continues to be considered as the core value for art education.

This is particularly the case in Pun(k) Deconstruction where architectural discourse is deconstructed and which includes an artistic performance given by the author in 1987.

This singular set of volumes combines scholarship in the areas of gender studies aesthetics art history art education poststructuralism and cultural studies in a unique blend of theory and practice for rethinking the field of art education.

These essays chart the theory and practice of art&art education as it relates to issues of postmodernity and poststructuralism concerning representation identity politics consumerism postmodern architecture ecology phallocentrism of the artistic canon pluriculturalism media and technology and AIDS.

Some essays are written in a provocative form that tries to accommodate such content.

Many of the essays raise the need to be attentive to sex/gender issues in art&art education and the need to read the artistic discourse otherwise.

As a former editor of The Journal of Social Theory in Art Education and a founding member for the Caucus on Social Theory in Art Education the author attempts to deconstruct the current art education paradigm which is largely based on modernist tenets and to reorient art education practice to social issues as developed in both media education and cultural studies.

In Postmodern Dilemmas: Outrageous Essays in Art&Art Education and Pun(k) Deconstruction: Experimental Writings in Art&Art Education jan jagodzinski presents a series of essays covering a timespan of approximately ten years.

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The distinct intention of this critique is to put forward a new value base for art&art education in these postmodern times.

This singular set of volumes combines scholarship in the areas of gender studies aesthetics art history art education poststructuralism and cultural studies in a unique blend of theory and practice for rethinking the field of art education.

Some essays are written in a provocative form that tries to accommodate such content.

Part of the intent in these two volumes is to undertake a sustained critique of the 1982 Art in the Mainstream (A.

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) statement which continues to be considered as the core value for art education.

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In Postmodern Dilemmas: Outrageous Essays in Art&Art Education and Pun(k) Deconstruction: Experimental Writings in Art&Art Education jan jagodzinski presents a series of essays covering a timespan of approximately ten years. These essays chart the theory and practice of art&art education as it relates to issues of postmodernity and poststructuralism concerning representation identity politics consumerism postmodern architecture ecology phallocentrism of the artistic canon pluriculturalism media and technology and AIDS. As a former editor of The Journal of Social Theory in Art Education and a founding member for the Caucus on Social Theory in Art Education the author attempts to deconstruct the current art education paradigm which is largely based on modernist tenets and to reorient art education practice to social issues as developed in both media education and cultural studies. Part of the intent in these two volumes is to undertake a sustained critique of the 1982 Art in the Mainstream (A.I.M.) statement which continues to be considered as the core value for art education. The distinct intention of this critique is to put forward a new value base for art&art education in these postmodern times. Many of the essays raise the need to be attentive to sex/gender issues in art&art education and the need to read the artistic discourse otherwise. There is a sustained critique of the art programs developed by the Getty Center for the Arts whose arts curriculum presents the paradigm case of late modernist thinking. Some essays are written in a provocative form that tries to accommodate such content. This is particularly the case in Pun(k) Deconstruction where architectural discourse is deconstructed and which includes an artistic performance given by the author in 1987. This singular set of volumes combines scholarship in the areas of gender studies aesthetics art history art education poststructuralism and cultural studies in a unique blend of theory and practice for rethinking the field of art education.

Postmodern DilemmasOutrageous Essays In Art & Art Education

In Postmodern Dilemmas: Outrageous Essays in Art&Art Education and Pun(k) Deconstruction: Experimental Writings in Art&Art Education jan jagodzinski presents a series of essays covering a timespan of approximately ten years. These essays chart the theory and practice of art&art education as it relates to issues of postmodernity and poststructuralism concerning representation identity politics consumerism postmodern architecture ecology phallocentrism of the artistic canon pluriculturalism media and technology and AIDS. As a former editor of The Journal of Social Theory in Art Education and a founding member for the Caucus on Social Theory in Art Education the author attempts to deconstruct the current art education paradigm which is largely based on modernist tenets and to reorient art education practice to social issues as developed in both media education and cultural studies. Part of the intent in these two volumes is to undertake a sustained critique of the 1982 Art in the Mainstream (A.I.M.) statement which continues to be considered as the core value for art education. The distinct intention of this critique is to put forward a new value base for art&art education in these postmodern times. Many of the essays raise the need to be attentive to sex/gender issues in art&art education and the need to read the artistic discourse otherwise. There is a sustained critique of the art programs developed by the Getty Center for the Arts whose arts curriculum presents the paradigm case of late modernist thinking. Some essays are written in a provocative form that tries to accommodate such content. This is particularly the case in Pun(k) Deconstruction where architectural discourse is deconstructed and which includes an artistic performance given by the author in 1987. This singular set of volumes combines scholarship in the areas of gender studies aesthetics art history art education poststructuralism and cultural studies in a unique blend of theory and practice for rethinking the field of art education.

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