AffiliationUniversity of Chester; Stockholm University
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AbstractThe connections between art, art making, education, and responsibility in relation to the wider natural and social world have been given increasing attention over the last thirty years. For example, there have been a variety of journal special issues dedicated to art, education, and: ecology (Krug, 1997), social justice and social change (Bolin, 1999), community and responsibility (Carpenter, 2004), ecology and responsibility (Stout 2007), health and wellbeing (Haywood Rolling 2017), and human rights (Kraehe 2017). Such a rise has been linked to trends in the human search for meaning and significance amongst (and resistance against) globalisation, domination of market forces, and an increasingly complex and chaotic environment (Taylor and Ladkin, 2009)...
CitationWall, T., Österlind, E., and Fries, J. (2019). Art-Based teaching on sustainable development. In Filho, W. L (ed.), Encyclopedia of Sustainability in Higher Education. Springer.
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