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Paek, Kyong-Mi
Division of General Studies
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  • Creative practice and arts integration
  • Contemporary art practice
  • Arts and culture education
  • Visual literacy

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Challenging journeys: Contemporary Korean artists and some possible implications for education through art

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Title
Challenging journeys: Contemporary Korean artists and some possible implications for education through art
Author
Paek, Kyong-Mi
Issue Date
2016-09
Publisher
Intellect Publishers
Citation
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATION THROUGH ART, v.12, no.3, pp.291 - 309
Abstract
The growing social need for a creative workforce in Korea has prompted teachers to look to the arts for innovative classroom practices. While a growing body of integrated curriculum studies acknowledges art and artists as valuable sources for alternative ways of knowing, a lack of comprehensive information on what shapes the practices of today’s artists limits ongoing discussion. This article aims to extend teachers’ current thinking on the potential role of art in educational innovation by exploring the growth of creative individuals in the art world, examining the diverse paths to artistic growth of three promising contemporary Korean artists. Withincase analysis provides insights into how these artists have navigated their individual paths while interacting with their surroundings, and contextual analysis of their major transitions highlights the value of risk-taking in promoting creative educational practice through art.
URI
https://scholarworks.unist.ac.kr/handle/201301/17801
URL
http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/intellect/eta/2016/00000012/00000003/art00005
DOI
10.1386/eta.12.3.291_1
ISSN
1743-5234
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