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RE:INERNATIONAL ART CURRICULUMS

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Bob Beeching (robprod)
Wed, 14 Jul 1999 10:06:19 -0700


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RE: "I'm doing a comparative research paper on the difference
in US arts education as compared to Euroupe - Europe?=20
- (Brittan - Britain? & Germany in particular)..."

Although the U.K., Germany, and France provide some form of
"free" comprehensive secondary school education, traditional
public (private) schools prevail with up-scale families much as they
do here in the U.S. i.e. Andover - where courses in art history rather
than in art production, are emphasized.

Visual and Performing Arts are generally taught within the academy
and technical college system, where courses are conducted by
master craftsmen and women. (see Bauhaus). The same is true of
Southeast Asia and South America, where the German and French
models prevails.These countries do not enjoy a teen-age class of =
student.=20

RE: " I am myself a high school Art teacher. Let me know if you are
out there...ir if you know of someone out there who would be willing
to share some thoughts with me. -NH"

Try contacting former president of INSEA, Stanford Professor of Art =
Education,=20
Elliot Eisner, for an up-date on what the International Society for
Education in the Arts is up to these days. Also check with the Getty =
Center.
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RE: "I'm doing a comparative research = paper on the=20 difference
in US arts education as compared to = Euroupe -=20 Europe?
- (Brittan - Britain? & Germany in=20 particular)..."
 
    Although the U.K., Germany, and = France=20 provide some form of
 "free" comprehensive secondary=20 school education, traditional
 public (private) schools = prevail with up-scale families much as they
do here in the U.S. i.e. = Andover=20 -  where courses in art history = rather
than in art = production, are=20 emphasized.
 
    Visual and Performing Arts = are=20 generally taught within the academy
 and technical college system, = where courses=20 are conducted by
 master craftsmen and women. (see Bauhaus). The = same is=20 true of
 Southeast Asia and South = America,=20 where the German and French
 models prevails.These countries do not enjoy a teen-age class of student.
 
RE: " I am myself a high school Art teacher. Let me = know if=20 you are
out there...ir if you know of someone out there who would be=20 willing
to share some thoughts with me.=20 -NH"
 
Try contacting former president of INSEA, = Stanford=20 Professor of Art Education,
Elliot Eisner, for an up-date on what = the=20 International Society for
Education in the Arts is up to these days. Also = check=20 with the Getty Center.
_________________rb

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