Greene's ideas about an aesthetic experience, a transactional exchange between perceiver and work of art, are analyzed with respect to the influences of John Dewey, phenomenology, and existentialism, among other views. The study examines how teaching artist practice has been shaped by such philosophical perspectives, and how Lincoln Center Institute came to view nurturing students' opportunities for aesthetic experiences as a central component of arts education.Some of us had ideas about hats, I remember.a Here we ... Throughout this 3rd grade class, the TA will use a variety of questions for different purposes. ... TAaa Okay, you could break it or cut it and then glue it back together so it looked bent.
|Title||:||Aesthetic Education: Philosophy and Teaching Artist Practice at Lincoln Center Institute|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|