Teaching visual artsMarijan Richter
, 2017, izvirni znanstveni članek
Opis: In the mid-19th century, John Ruskin, apologist for the poetics of the innocent eye, advocated a break with academic Realism. A century later, Gombrich and Goodman criticized Ruskin's Romantic subjectivism from the position of High Modernism. Consequently, the "Enlightenment" approach in teaching visual arts became stronger. Recently, some teaching specialists have been trying to inaugurate the term, immersiveness, in place of visual arts language for the purpose of introducing contemporary art into the syllabus. This paper examines the relation between "the innocent eye myth" and topical approach of "immersiveness" within the framework of educational objectives and methods in contemporary teaching.
Ključne besede: innocent eye, immersiveness, visuality, children, artistic expression, artwork, creating, motivation
Objavljeno: 16.11.2017; Ogledov: 217; Prenosov: 39
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