References and Resources

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Chapter 1: Mapping the Terrain: Exploring Guiding and Getting Lost

Turchi, P. (2007). Maps of the Imagination: the Writer as Cartographer. Trinity University Press. (p. 11,13)

Perkins, D. (2014). Future Wise: Educating Our Children for a Changing World. Jossey-Bass. (p. 23)

Solnit, R. (2006). A Field Guide to Getting Lost (Reprint ed.). Penguin Books (p.5)

Preparing Ground:  an interview with Dilip da Cunha and Anuradha Mathur . (2010). Places Journal.

Nold, C. (2009). Emotional cartography: technologies of the self . The Wellcome Trust. SPACE(p.6)

Barry, L. (2008). What It Is. Drawn and Quarterly.

Sobel, D. (1998). Mapmaking with Children: Sense-of-place Education for the Elementary Years. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Fanelli, S. (2001). My Map Book. New York: HarperFestiva

Harmon, K. (2004). You Are Here: Personal Geographies and Other Maps of the Imagination. New York, NY: Princeton Architectural Press.

Sobel, D. (2008). Childhood and Nature: Design Principles for Educators. Portland, ME: Stenhouse Publishers.

Harmon, K., & Clemans, G. (2010). The Map as Art: Contemporary Artists Explore Cartography(8.11.2010 ed.). Princeton Architectural Press.

Making Learning Visible Project:: www.mlvpz.org/

 

Chapter 2: Exchange as Art: What Happens in an Exchange?

Purves, T. (2014). What We Want Is Free, Second Edition: Critical Exchanges in Recent Art (2 ed.). State University of New York Press. (p.ix)

Bourriaud, N. (1998). Relational Aesthetics (Les ed.). Les Presse Du Reel,Franc. (p. 113)

Bishop, C. (Ed.). (2006). Participation. Documents of contemporary art. London: Whitechapel.  (p. 12)

Borwick, D. (2012). Building Communities, Not Audiences: the Future of the Arts in the United States. ArtsEngaged. (p. 16)

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Rao, V., & Walton, M. (Eds.). (2004). Culture and public action (p. 1). Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press

Wheatley, M. J. (2009). Turning to One Another: Simple Conversations to Restore Hope to the Future(2nd ed.). San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers.

Arts Collaboratory: www.artscollaboratory.org

Thompson, N. (Ed.). (2012). Living as Form: Socially Engaged Art from 1991-2011. New York: The MIT Press.

Helguera, P. (2011). Education for Socially Engaged Art: a Materials and Techniques Handbook. New York: Jorge Pinto Books Inc.

 

Chapter 3: Things Talk to Me: Being Alert to What Grabs Me

Gude, O… (2009). Art Education for Democratic Life 2009 Lowenfeld Lecture by Olivia Gude. Retrieved from https://naea.digication.com/omg/Art_Education_for_Democratic_Life

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Marshall, J. (2014). Transforming education through art-centred integrated learning. Visual Inquiry: Learning andTeaching Art, 3(3), 361-376.

Horowitz, A. (2014). On Looking: a Walker’s Guide to the Art of Observation (Reprint ed.). Scribner. (p. 2)

Rinaldi, C. (2006). In dialogue with Reggio Emilia: listening, researching and learning . Contesting early childhood series. London: Routledge.

Berger, J. (1972). Ways of Seeing: Based On the Bbc Television Series . Penguin Books.

Marshall, J., & D’adamo, K. (2011). Art Practice as Research in the Classroom: A New Paradigm in Art Education. Art Education, 64(5), 12-18.

Hetland, L., Winner, E., Veenema, S., & Sheridan, K. M. (2013). Studio Thinking 2: the Real Benefits of Visual Arts Education (2 ed.). Teachers College Press.

 

Chapter 4: What Would an Artist Do?: Teachers and Students as Contemporary Artists

Gude, O. (2004). Postmodern Principles: in Search of 21st Century Art Education. Art Education,57(1), 6-14.

Marshall, J. (2010). Julia Marshall, Five Ways to Integrate, Using Strategies from Contemporary Art. Art Education, 63(3), 13-19.

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Chan, P. (2014). Paul Chan: Selected Writings 2000-2014. Schaulager, Laurenz Foundation/Badlands Unlimited. (p. 53,133)

Jamian Juliano-Villani, Art21 New York Close Up,  www.art21.org/newyorkcloseup/artists/jamian-juliano-villani/, 2015

Schlesinger, A. (Producer), Klayman, A. (Director). (14 June, 2012). Ai Wei Wei: Never Sorry. USA/China. Expressions United Media.

Helguera, P. (2011). Education for Socially Engaged Art: a Materials and Techniques Handbook. New York: Jorge Pinto Books Inc.

Lacy, S. (Ed.). (1995). Mapping the Terrain: New Genre Public Art. Seattle, Wa: Bay Press.

 

Chapter 5: Getting Out of My Own Way: Trusting the Process and Resisting Closure

Weinbaum, A. (2004). Teaching as inquiry: asking hard questions to improve practice and student achievement. The practitioner inquiry series. New York: Teachers College Press.

Narayanan, G. – (2008)  Keynote Address Symposium on Education & Technology in Schools…Converging for Innovation & Creativity

Boal, A. (2002). Games for Actors and Non-Actors (2nd ed.). New York: Routledge.

Csikszentmihalyi, M. (2008). Flow: the Psychology of Optimal Experience (Harper Perennial Modern Classics). London: Harper Perennial Modern Classics.

Hetland, L., Winner, E., Veenema, S., & Sheridan, K. M. (2013). Studio Thinking 2: the Real Benefits of Visual Arts Education (2 ed.). Teachers College Press.

Lao Tsu, Le Guin, U. K., & Seaton, J. P. (1997). Tao te ching: a book about the way and the power of the way . Boston: Shambhala.

Krysa, D. (2014). Creative block: discover new ideas, advice and projects from 50 successful artists. San Francisco: Chronicle Books.

Kent, C. (1967-1968). Some Rules for Teachers and Students. www.brainpickings.org/2012/08/10/10-rules-for-students-and-teachers-john-cage-corita-kent/

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Mao, B. (1998)  An Incomplete Manifesto for Growth. www.manifestoproject.it/bruce-mau/

 

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