Intentionality in a creative art curriculum

Journal of Aesthetic Education 45 (1):18-36 (2011)
Abstract
Much debated in the curriculum content of cultural studies, the subject of intentionality and interpretation has not been given as much attention in terms of teaching and learning in higher education (HE). Various modernist and postmodernist approaches differ considerably, and these inevitably inform lecturers’ notions, whether consciously or unconsciously. Of particular concern is how such ideas influence teaching, learning, and assessment in creative disciplines such as art, design, music, and creative writing. In this paper approaches to intentionality and interpretation in a fine art studio practice (FASP) curriculum and the effects of imbalance in this relationship on students’ learning experiences ..
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