Arts education

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  • Art Education : The Values Of Art And Arts Education

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    however, the headline caught my attention. As an art student influenced by art throughout life, I find the arts crucial to behavioral and social development in the early stages of our lives. According to the article Arts and Smarts, schools have been decreasing funding for the visual and musical arts as opposed to academic classes such as math, reading, science, etc. I chose this article because it focuses on many important factors dealing with art and social development. At the beginning of the

  • The Arts And Arts Education

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    show that students in the arts outperformed their non-arts peers on the SAT by 96 points, while a child who has continued access to arts education has a 74 percent higher chance of planning to attend college” (Urist 9). The arts teach several lessons to children and they provide an equal opportunity for everyone. The arts also provide a different form of discipline and insight into the real world. While others may say that sports make kids strive for good grades, the arts support children in a different

  • Art in Education

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    Art in education The arts are an essential ingredient for any child’s education, allowing every student to accomplish important things in life. I disagree that arts no longer holds a place in education. By imparting important life skills, providing character education and better appreciation of the arts, arts become essential to students in both the pursuit and achievement of excellence. Yet, many students have little or no opportunity to learning arts as arts is devalued as a core element in the

  • Art Education : The Future Of Arts Education

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    Art is all around us. It’s a part of our everyday lives. As time goes on more and more people will start to realize the importance of art. They will see that art is an essential tool that contributes to the growth of society. The future of art will be nothing less than bright. I predict that art grow in all aspects of life. In this essay, I will go into details of what I think the future holds for art education, public art, and what I will contribute to the future of art. In the future, I predict

  • The Importance Of Art In Art Education

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    myself many times. In the country I grew up, academism had influenced artists and art education for decades. Work from classical artists such as Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, Johannes Vermeer, Frans HALS, Jacques-Louis David is highly used as references in art education. Under this kind of education, skill is particularly emphasized and in some cases, is the only pursuing goal at the end. Being influenced by the art atmosphere there, I also practiced many detailed sketches of portraits and sculptures

  • Art Education : The Benefits Of Arts Education

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    involved in creative endeavors such as making art.  It is this part of the brain that typical school environment neglects to train. A 2001 study by the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development found that the arts enhance the process of learning and the systems they nourish, which include our integrated sensory, attentional, cognitive, emotional, and motor capacities, are, in fact, the driving forces behind all other learning (1). Not only do the arts help to develop the right side of the brain

  • Arts And Education : The Importance Of Arts Education

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    dissatisfied with this lifestyle, but the integration of arts can cause various changes in a student’s life. The arts in classroom curriculum open up a diversity of things for students to develop their interest and enjoyment in or express their minds. It not only allows students to enjoy life, but to also expand their academic skills. However, the focus of schools is on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics—STEM, rather than on STEM and the arts: STEAM. Schools all around the world are focused

  • Arts Education

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    purpose of education, there are three. We're preparing kids for jobs. We're preparing them to be citizens. And we're teaching them to be human beings who can enjoy the deeper forms of beauty. The third is as important as the other two," says Tom Horne, the state superintendent of public instruction in Arizona. Arts Education in the school system has been declining since the 1980's. Budget cuts and standards put in core classes like reading and math make it almost impossible to find a good arts education

  • My Art And Art : My Education Of Art

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    I have never really had any great love for art, but I have never thought it could have any good effect on me. I've known since I was little that not just the big things in museums that cost around $5000 were art, and that even the little things I would make an arts and crafts in my old school could be considered art. However, I never imagine myself as an artist of any kind and always considered art as just something pretty to look at. My education of art isn't really anything impressive, starting

  • Art Education : The Importance Of The Arts And Education

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    The arts have a long and storied past in the United States. Through the years the arts have ranged from a luxury to a staple, rising and falling in interest and availability based on public opinion (Heilig, Cole, & Aguilar, 2010). Despite the rocky road the arts have faced, they never disappear completely. Art supporters hope to one day see a society that values the arts, and for the need to arts advocacy to vanish. Art education has many intangible benefits. Through the arts students learn how