This series is home to cutting-edge, upper-level scholarly studies and edited collections covering Arts Education. Considering both performance and visual arts, texts address a broad range of topics including pedagogy, curriculum, policy, teacher education, and the integration of arts in STEAM programmes. Titles offer dynamic interventions into established subjects and innovative studies on emerging topics.
Please send inquiries or proposals for this series to one of the following:
AnnaMary Goodall: [email protected]– Editor, UK, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East
Alice Salt: [email protected] – Editor, North & South America
Vilija Stephens: [email protected] – Editor, Australia & New Zealand
Katie Peace: [email protected] – Publisher, Asia
Counternarratives from Asian American Art Educators Identities, Pedagogies, and Practice beyond the Western Paradigm
Developing a Curriculum Model for Civically Engaged Art Education Engaging Youth through Artistic Research
Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies in Music Education Expanding Culturally Responsive Teaching to Sustain Diverse Musical Cultures and Identities
The Value of Drawing Instruction in the Visual Arts and Across Curricula Historical and Philosophical Arguments for Drawing in the Digital Age
Artist-Teacher Practice and the Expectation of an Aesthetic Life Creative Being in the Neoliberal Classroom
Educating for Peace through Theatrical Arts International Perspectives on Peacebuilding Instruction
Addressing Issues of Mental Health in Schools through the Arts Teachers and Music Therapists Working Together
By Ryan Shin, Maria Lim, Oksun Lee, Sandrine Han
August 01, 2023
Counternarratives from Asian American Art Educators: Identities, Pedagogies, and Practice beyond the Western Paradigm collects and explores the professional and pedagogical narratives of Asian art educators and researchers in North America. Few studies published since the substantial immigration of...
By Sara Scott Shields, Rachel Fendler
July 31, 2023
This volume explores art as a means of engendering youth civic engagement and draws on research conducted with young people in the US to develop a unique curriculum model for civically engaged art education (CEAE). Combining concepts from civics and arts education, chapters posit that artistic ...
By Emily Good-Perkins
May 31, 2023
This volume problematizes the historic dominance of Western classical music education and posits culturally sustaining pedagogy (CSP) as a framework through which music curricula can better serve increasingly diverse student populations. By detailing a qualitative study conducted in an urban high...
By Diane Leduc, Sébastien Béland
May 31, 2023
Drawing on theoretical and empirical insights from art teachers in Canada and Europe, this edited volume explores the question of how learning in the arts can be effectively and fairly assessed in the context of higher education. The chapters consider a rich variety of assessment practices across ...
By Penny Hay
May 16, 2023
This book explores how we can better understand and support children’s learning identity as artists. It discusses an innovative pedagogical approach that outlines parents’ and educators’ roles in developing and supporting children as artists. Drawing on original research, the book discusses rich ...
By Tatiana Chemi, Elvira Brattico, Lone Overby Fjorback, László Harmat
December 08, 2022
This edited volume explores the role of arts and meditation within educational settings, and looks in particular at the preventive and developmental function of the arts in educational contexts through different theoretical perspectives. Encompassing research from an array of disciplines including...
By Seymour Simmons III
September 26, 2022
By applying philosophical and historical perspectives to drawing instruction, this volume demonstrates how diverse teaching methods contribute to cognitive and holistic development applicable within and beyond the visual arts. Offering a new perspective on the art and science of drawing, this text...
By Lindsey Helen Bennett
August 01, 2022
Making and Relational Creativity explores the developing relationships that arise between art teachers and students through creative practices outside of the secondary school arts curriculum. The author offers a powerful account of both her own and student experiences, exposing the complexities and...
By Carol Wild
July 08, 2022
This book explores why and how the personal creative practice of arts teachers in school matters. It responds to ethnographic research that considers specific works-of-art created by teachers within the context of their classrooms. Through a classroom-based ethnographic investigation, the book ...
By Candice Carter, Rodrigo Benza Guerra
June 13, 2022
This volume illustrates how theatre arts can be used to enact peace education by showcasing the use of theatrical techniques including storytelling, testimonial and forum theatre, political humor, and arts-based pedagogy in diverse formal and non-formal educational contexts across age groups. The ...
By Nick Clough, Jane Tarr
September 30, 2021
This book outlines how teachers, music / arts therapists and teacher trainers have engaged in participatory action research to facilitate regular group music listening and improvisational music making with children and young people in their classrooms, highlighting its impact in addressing issues ...
By Kim Solga
November 27, 2019
Exploring how educators and institutions might embrace the STEAM turn to ensure that theatre and performance can be instrumental to the neoliberal university, without being instrumentalized by it, this volume showcases alternative models for teaching and learning in theatre and performance in a ...