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by Allen, Felicity [editor.]; Whitechapel Art Gallery [issuing body].
Type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Whitechapel : Documents of contemporary art: Publisher: London : Cambridge, Mass. : Whitechapel Gallery ; MIT Press, 2011Description: 238 pages ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9780262516365 (pbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): Art -- Study and teaching -- History -- 20th century | Art -- Study and teaching -- History -- 21st century | Art and society -- History -- 20th century | Art and society -- History -- 21st century
Contents:
Primer -- Post-partum document, 1973-79 / Mary Kelly -- In conversation with Nikki Henriques , 1988 / Bridget Riley -- British, Muslim, writer, 1997 / Ziauddin Sardar -- Democracy and education, 1916 / John Dewey -- Three guineas, 1938 / Virginia Woolf -- Education through art, 1943 / Herbert Read -- Prospectus, 1952 / Black Mountain College -- Black Mountain College : experiment in art, 2003 / Vincent Katz -- The crisis in education, 1954 / Hannah Arendt -- Constructivist learning theory, 1991 / George E. Hein -- Art spaces and social contexts, 1976 / Tamara Krikorian -- Public pedagogy as cultural politics, 2000 / Henry A. Giroux -- A groundcourse for art, 1964 / Roy Ascott -- The great American art machine, 1971 / Les Levine -- Toward a woman-centred university, 1973-74 / Adrienne Rich -- When form has become attitude-- and beyond, 1993 / Thierry de Duve -- The art of crossing the street, 1999 / Carol Becker -- Indiscipline -- Foreday morning, 2002 / Paul Dash -- Common education and the radical tradition, 1992 / Caroline Benn -- Pedagogy of the oppressed, 1968 / Paulo Freire -- Success and failure when art changes, 1994 / Allan Kaprow -- Activism in feminist performance art, 2006 / Suzanne Lacy -- The love of art, 1969 / Pierre Bourdieu and Alain Darbel -- The ignorant schoolmaster, 1987 / Jacques Rancière -- Amusing personal anecdote, 1988 / Jimmie Durham -- Evaluation and assessment : conceptions in search of practice, 1996 / Elliot W. Eisner -- Art in education : identity and practice, 2002 / Dennis Atkinson -- Pedagogy of the event, 2009 / Dennis Atkinson -- On the evolution of a peer-led programme, 2008 / Rebecca Sinker -- Take the terror out of error, 2009 / Carmen Mörsch -- Art and literacy, 2009 / Luis Camnitzer -- Opening the box, 2010 / Henry Ward -- Educating art away from life, 2010 / Michael Archer -- Room 13 Art Studio, 2010 / Claire Gibb -- School is a factory, 1978-80 / Allan Sekula -- The gendering of art education, 2001 / Pen Dalton -- Youth in a suspect society, 2009 / Henry A. Giroux -- The rehabilitative role of arts education in prison, 2004 / Paul Clements -- Mike Kelley : Educational complex onwards, 2008 / Joanna Fiduccia -- Art school -- Touching feeling : affect, pedagogy, performativity, 2003 / Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick -- Academy as potentiality, 2006 / Irit Rogoff -- Consciousness-raising rules, 1972 / WEB -- The education of women as artists : Project Womanhouse, 1972 / Miriam Schapiro -- The first feminist art programme : a view from the 1980s, 1985 / Paula Harper -- The case for polytechnics, 1967 / Elma Askham and Harry Thubron -- Murder of the art schools, 1971 / Patrick Heron -- Hornsey 1968 : the art school revolution, 2008 / Lisa Tickner -- Thin air : the psycho-vocalic discoveries of Alan Smithson, 2009 / Annette Gomperts -- Art, art school, culture, 1987 / Griselda Pollock -- To claim an education, 1982 / Dinah Dossor -- Something old, something new, something else, 2001 / Monica Ross -- Opened, closed and opening : reflections on feminist pedagogy, 2010 / Griselda Pollock -- (Only an attitude of orientation), 2010 / Stuart Bailey -- Art in the knowledge-based polis, 2009 / Tom Holert -- The academy is back, 2009 / Dieter Lesage -- Education aesthetics, 2010 / Andrea Phillips -- The university and the plan, 2010 / Radical Philosophy Collective -- From the critique of institutions to an institution of critique, 2005 / Andrea Fraser -- Art education, 2009 / Bruce Ferguson -- On the ground, 2010 / Ernesto Pujol -- The free university, 1975 / Caroline Tisdall -- Pedagogy as medium -- The avant-garde, again, 2002 / Alex Farquharson -- Professional me, 1999 / Frances Stark -- Darcy Lange : Work studies in schools (1976-77), 2008 / David Elliott -- Work studies in schools, 1976-77 / Darcy Lange -- Exacting reproduction, 2008 / Lawrence McDonald -- Between a pedagogical turn and a hard place, 2010 / Janna Graham -- Resisting institutionalization, 2008 / Emily Pethick -- The new masters of liberal arts : artists rewrite the rules of pedagogy, 2007 / Claire Bishop -- Multitude, 2004 / Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri -- Luca Frei, 2006 / Lars Bang Larsen -- Border crossing, 2009 / Felicity Allen -- Mapping the republic of contemporary art, 2007 / Pablo Helguera -- In conversation, 2010 / Julie Brook and Johnny Gailey -- The boss : on the unresolved question of authority in Joseph Beuys' oeuvre and public image, 2008 / Jan Verwoert -- Critical materialities, 2006 / Jorella Andrews -- Another turn, 2006 / Grant H. Kester -- Response to Grant Kester, 2006 / Claire Bishop -- On Lygia Clark's Structuring the self (1976-91), 2007 / Lars Bang Larsen and Suely Rolnik -- Some thoughts on art and education, 2009 / Harrell Fletcher.
Summary: This book will be an original and indispensable resource for all who believe in the importance of art in the wider educational realm. Framing the recent "educational turn" in the arts within a broad historical and social context, this anthology raises fundamental questions about how and what should be taught in an era of distributive rather than media-based practices. Among the many sources and arguments traced here is second-wave feminism, which questioned dominant notions of personal and institutional freedom as enacted through art teaching and practice. Similarly, education-based responses by the art community to the catastrophes of World War II and postcolonial conflict critically inform contemporary art confronting the interrelationships of education, power, market capitalism, and--as Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri describe it--the global condition of war.Summary: These writings by artists, philosophers, educators, poets, and activists center on three recurring and interrelated themes: the notion of "indiscipline" in theories and practices that challenge boundaries of all kinds; the present and future role of the art school; and the turn to pedagogy as medium in a diverse range of recent projects. Other writings address such issues as instrumentalism and control, liberation and equality, the production and the politics of culture, and the roots of research-based practice and experimental participatory works.-- Bookdepository
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"Co-published by Whitechapel Gallery and The MIT Press"--T.p. verso.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Primer -- Post-partum document, 1973-79 / Mary Kelly -- In conversation with Nikki Henriques , 1988 / Bridget Riley -- British, Muslim, writer, 1997 / Ziauddin Sardar -- Democracy and education, 1916 / John Dewey -- Three guineas, 1938 / Virginia Woolf -- Education through art, 1943 / Herbert Read -- Prospectus, 1952 / Black Mountain College -- Black Mountain College : experiment in art, 2003 / Vincent Katz -- The crisis in education, 1954 / Hannah Arendt -- Constructivist learning theory, 1991 / George E. Hein -- Art spaces and social contexts, 1976 / Tamara Krikorian -- Public pedagogy as cultural politics, 2000 / Henry A. Giroux -- A groundcourse for art, 1964 / Roy Ascott -- The great American art machine, 1971 / Les Levine -- Toward a woman-centred university, 1973-74 / Adrienne Rich -- When form has become attitude-- and beyond, 1993 / Thierry de Duve -- The art of crossing the street, 1999 / Carol Becker -- Indiscipline -- Foreday morning, 2002 / Paul Dash -- Common education and the radical tradition, 1992 / Caroline Benn -- Pedagogy of the oppressed, 1968 / Paulo Freire -- Success and failure when art changes, 1994 / Allan Kaprow -- Activism in feminist performance art, 2006 / Suzanne Lacy -- The love of art, 1969 / Pierre Bourdieu and Alain Darbel -- The ignorant schoolmaster, 1987 / Jacques Rancière -- Amusing personal anecdote, 1988 / Jimmie Durham -- Evaluation and assessment : conceptions in search of practice, 1996 / Elliot W. Eisner -- Art in education : identity and practice, 2002 / Dennis Atkinson -- Pedagogy of the event, 2009 / Dennis Atkinson -- On the evolution of a peer-led programme, 2008 / Rebecca Sinker -- Take the terror out of error, 2009 / Carmen Mörsch -- Art and literacy, 2009 / Luis Camnitzer -- Opening the box, 2010 / Henry Ward -- Educating art away from life, 2010 / Michael Archer -- Room 13 Art Studio, 2010 / Claire Gibb -- School is a factory, 1978-80 / Allan Sekula -- The gendering of art education, 2001 / Pen Dalton -- Youth in a suspect society, 2009 / Henry A. Giroux -- The rehabilitative role of arts education in prison, 2004 / Paul Clements -- Mike Kelley : Educational complex onwards, 2008 / Joanna Fiduccia -- Art school -- Touching feeling : affect, pedagogy, performativity, 2003 / Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick -- Academy as potentiality, 2006 / Irit Rogoff -- Consciousness-raising rules, 1972 / WEB -- The education of women as artists : Project Womanhouse, 1972 / Miriam Schapiro -- The first feminist art programme : a view from the 1980s, 1985 / Paula Harper -- The case for polytechnics, 1967 / Elma Askham and Harry Thubron -- Murder of the art schools, 1971 / Patrick Heron -- Hornsey 1968 : the art school revolution, 2008 / Lisa Tickner -- Thin air : the psycho-vocalic discoveries of Alan Smithson, 2009 / Annette Gomperts -- Art, art school, culture, 1987 / Griselda Pollock -- To claim an education, 1982 / Dinah Dossor -- Something old, something new, something else, 2001 / Monica Ross -- Opened, closed and opening : reflections on feminist pedagogy, 2010 / Griselda Pollock -- (Only an attitude of orientation), 2010 / Stuart Bailey -- Art in the knowledge-based polis, 2009 / Tom Holert -- The academy is back, 2009 / Dieter Lesage -- Education aesthetics, 2010 / Andrea Phillips -- The university and the plan, 2010 / Radical Philosophy Collective -- From the critique of institutions to an institution of critique, 2005 / Andrea Fraser -- Art education, 2009 / Bruce Ferguson -- On the ground, 2010 / Ernesto Pujol -- The free university, 1975 / Caroline Tisdall -- Pedagogy as medium -- The avant-garde, again, 2002 / Alex Farquharson -- Professional me, 1999 / Frances Stark -- Darcy Lange : Work studies in schools (1976-77), 2008 / David Elliott -- Work studies in schools, 1976-77 / Darcy Lange -- Exacting reproduction, 2008 / Lawrence McDonald -- Between a pedagogical turn and a hard place, 2010 / Janna Graham -- Resisting institutionalization, 2008 / Emily Pethick -- The new masters of liberal arts : artists rewrite the rules of pedagogy, 2007 / Claire Bishop -- Multitude, 2004 / Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri -- Luca Frei, 2006 / Lars Bang Larsen -- Border crossing, 2009 / Felicity Allen -- Mapping the republic of contemporary art, 2007 / Pablo Helguera -- In conversation, 2010 / Julie Brook and Johnny Gailey -- The boss : on the unresolved question of authority in Joseph Beuys' oeuvre and public image, 2008 / Jan Verwoert -- Critical materialities, 2006 / Jorella Andrews -- Another turn, 2006 / Grant H. Kester -- Response to Grant Kester, 2006 / Claire Bishop -- On Lygia Clark's Structuring the self (1976-91), 2007 / Lars Bang Larsen and Suely Rolnik -- Some thoughts on art and education, 2009 / Harrell Fletcher.

This book will be an original and indispensable resource for all who believe in the importance of art in the wider educational realm. Framing the recent "educational turn" in the arts within a broad historical and social context, this anthology raises fundamental questions about how and what should be taught in an era of distributive rather than media-based practices. Among the many sources and arguments traced here is second-wave feminism, which questioned dominant notions of personal and institutional freedom as enacted through art teaching and practice. Similarly, education-based responses by the art community to the catastrophes of World War II and postcolonial conflict critically inform contemporary art confronting the interrelationships of education, power, market capitalism, and--as Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri describe it--the global condition of war.

These writings by artists, philosophers, educators, poets, and activists center on three recurring and interrelated themes: the notion of "indiscipline" in theories and practices that challenge boundaries of all kinds; the present and future role of the art school; and the turn to pedagogy as medium in a diverse range of recent projects. Other writings address such issues as instrumentalism and control, liberation and equality, the production and the politics of culture, and the roots of research-based practice and experimental participatory works.-- Bookdepository

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