Continuing with my column from May 27, I’d like to suggest a few more books related to contemporary art education that you may be inspired to buy, borrow or steal this summer (but please, steal from someone who has the book sitting on a shelf waiting to be opened, not from your local library!).
First, Julie Thompson’s suggestion to check out Paulo Freire’s Teachers as Cultural Workers – Letters to Those Who Dare Teach is an excellent one. Thank you, Julie! She also mentioned John Dewey’s Art as Experience, which is must reading if you haven’t already.
Other suggestions include:
Elliot Eisner’s The Arts and the Creation of Mind
Olivia Gude’s article, Postmodern Principles: In Search of a 21st Century Art Education (also a must!)
Anne-Celine Jaeger’s Image Makers, Image Takers: Interviews with Today’s Leading Curators, Editors and Photographers
Please continue to share your ideas for summer reading as we get closer to the official start of the season….