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Two-Way Street in Art Education: Cross-Cultural Research : Akio Okazaki | 学術研究出版





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タイトル: Two-Way Street in Art Education: Cross-Cultural Research

著者: Akio Okazaki  書店: 学術研究出版 

カテゴリー: 自然科学一般
ページ数: 222
サイズ: A5

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本の要約

Diverse influences from abroad provide a prime field of cross-cultural research in art education. This book portrays the process of cross-cultural interpretation as a way of making sense of one’s world in relation to those of others. Cross-cultural research in art education is regarded as “a two-way street.”
Chapters 1-4 provide information about art teacher training systems of Japan in 1990s, consider the introduction of European modernism into Japanese school art practice in 1920s, trace the influence of American art education literature on the historical development of Japanese art education in more than a century, and describe the story of incorporating contemporary U. S. art in Japanese school art practice in 1990s.
Chapters 5-12 discuss obvious examples what Japanese art educators have learned from Europeans and Americans and provide detailed instances of what American art educators have learned from the Japanese. The cases of Akira Shirahama (1866-1927), Kanae Yamamoto (1882-1946), Seishi Shimoda (1890-1973), Arthur Dow (1857-1922), and Kenneth Beittel (1922-2003) are interesting because they illustrate the gap between what was learned from others and what was realized in modernist art education.
A pilgrimage to others makes the living journeying itself that which is invaluable. Surely, “a two-way street” was needed between the American and Japanese art education to enrich each of us achieve cross-cultural understanding in art education. Without diverse influences, no country has its inherent cultural values as pearls in an oyster. Thus the two-way street between cultures in art and art education will be wide open.

著者のプロフィール

Akio Okazaki is Professor Emeritus of Art & Design Education at University of Tsukuba, Japan. He holds B.Ed. degree, M.Ed., and Ph. D. in art. He has taught art education in both undergraduate and postgraduate programs at Utsunomiya University and the University of Tsukuba since 1980. His special scholarly interest is in the history of American and European art education and its influences on the education of the Japanese. He has presented papers at the InSEA (International Society for Education through Art) World Conferences (1993, 1998, 2002, and 2008). He was a world council member of InSEA (1999-2002), one of the keynote speakers at the First Asian-Pacific Art Education Conference in Hong Kong in 2000, and co-editor of “Symposium: Aesthetic Education in Japan Today” in the Winter 2003 issue of Journal of Aesthetic Education.