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Picture of Creative Collaboration in Art Practice, Research, and Pedagogy

Creative Collaboration in Art Practice, Research, and Pedagogy

Editor(s): M. Kathryn Shields, Sunny Spillane
Contributors: Jack Wood, Sunny Spillane, Scott Betz, Margarita Benitez, Markus Vogl, Cynthia Ling Lee, Jeff Schmuki,
Subject: Cultural Studies

Book Description

This collection reflects current and nuanced discussions of the ways collaboration and participation meaningfully inform the production, study, and teaching of art with innovative and unexpected results. It illustrates how the shifting boundaries of power, position, and identity, between domains of knowledge and collaborative participants, result in new relationships.

The chapters in this book share stories applicable or relevant to readers’ own classrooms, art practice, or scholarship. As such, it directly appeals to college professors of studio art and design, art history, and art education, as well as to artists, scholars, and teachers who work collaboratively. It may also draw readership from business professionals seeking critical thinkers and creative problem solvers to energize their industries. The volume will inspire conversations about the ways relationships become crucial for construction, reception and display; meaning and power; design, content, and action.

Hardback

ISBN-13: 978-1-5275-0352-6
ISBN-10: 1-5275-0352-6
Date of Publication: 01/01/2018
Pages / Size: 444 / A5
Price: £76.99
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Biography

M. Kathryn Shields is Associate Professor of Art History and the Art Department chair at Guilford College, USA. She co-authored Gateways to Art: Understanding the Visual Arts (2015/2011). Her other publications include “Carnival Mirrors: The Hermetic World of Music Video” in A History of Visual Culture (2009) and Stories These Masks Could Tell: Literary References in the Photographs of Ralph Eugene Meatyard (2004).

Sunny Spillane is Assistant Professor of Art Education at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA. Her research is informed by critical race theory and concerned with educational equity. Her recent work investigates synergies between art education and socially engaged art practices. Her publications include “The Failure of Whiteness in Art Education: A Personal Narrative Informed by Critical Race Theory”, published in the Journal of Social Theory in Art Education.