Digital media promoting new approaches to subject specific didactics in visual arts education in primary school, high school, teacher education and university education

Mie Buhl, Hans Örtegren, Tarja Haïkö, Kirsten Skov

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The symposium discusses eventual paradigmatic shift within Art Education at different levels when new tools for creation are applied in educational settings. The symposium addresses current developments in visual arts education based on empirical projects from different levels of the educational system. The purpose is to discuss to which extend digital media can be seen as an integrated part of existing theory mainly based on developments from analog media or rather give rise to think subject specific didactics differently. Recent developments like visual culture, contemporary arts, social aesthetics, community art and co-creation all represent an approach to art production and appreciation where content, media and visual expressions unfold in societal, digital, collaborative, and transgressive constellations involving the art maker and audiences in social and relational projects processes of meaning making. These constellations contrast traditional virtues of separating visual arts education in drawing, painting, sculpturing skills as well as traditional analytical skills based on the idea of a ‘work’. Governmental requests for implementing IT in visual arts curriculum as well as the fact that students meet the educational system with experiences from using visual media seem to promote these current developments. Based on these developments, questions of the symposium are: What is visual knowledge, what are visual skills and how can we understand visual competence in the subject domain of visual arts and across subject domains
Original languageEnglish
Publication dateMay 2017
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - May 2017
EventNOFA 6 - Nordisk Fagdidaktisk konference - Syddansk Universitet, Odense, Denmark
Duration: 29 May 201731 May 2017
Conference number: 6
http://www.sdu.dk/nofa6

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ConferenceNOFA 6 - Nordisk Fagdidaktisk konference
Number6
LocationSyddansk Universitet
CountryDenmark
CityOdense
Period29/05/201731/05/2017
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Buhl, M., Örtegren, H., Haïkö, T., & Skov, K. (2017). Digital media promoting new approaches to subject specific didactics in visual arts education in primary school, high school, teacher education and university education. Abstract from NOFA 6 - Nordisk Fagdidaktisk konference, Odense, Denmark.
Buhl, Mie ; Örtegren, Hans ; Haïkö, Tarja ; Skov, Kirsten. / Digital media promoting new approaches to subject specific didactics in visual arts education in primary school, high school, teacher education and university education. Abstract from NOFA 6 - Nordisk Fagdidaktisk konference, Odense, Denmark.1 p.
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