Discipline Based Art Education approach to the curriculum combines experiences from four disciplines

Discipline Based Art Education approach to the curriculum combines experiences from four disciplines

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The Discipline Based Art Education approach to the curriculum combines experiences from four disciplines in the study of art: Art History, Art Criticism, Aesthetics and Art Production. Discipline Based Art Education merges the disciplines instead of teaching concepts from each discipline separately. There would not be a "Unit in Art History" or a "Unit in Aesthetics". (Using puppets as an example for the lesson, look at the 4 components here.)… Art Production is the making of art, and the various components of making art, such as use of tools, manipulation of media, form and expression. This is where you put the actual making, for instance, creating the puppets. Art Criticism is the examination and discussion of style, formal principals of design and elements of art. For instance, here’s where you analyze the puppets as you observe… or the students can compare and analyze each others while using basic design elements and principles… who used the brightest colors? Whose puppet has the smoothest/roughest texture? Does it make the puppet better?
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course ARTE 520 taught by Professor Mr.couchomelowski during the Spring '12 term at South Carolina.

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