AbstractIn many countries state support for the arts is declining, for both the arts in general and for the arts in education specifically. The creative and critical thinking that often accompanies the arts is a significant asset for schools in these turbulent times. The increased social awareness and co-operation that arises from the creative juxtaposition of people from different cultures brought together under the auspices of the arts, and who are prepared to overcome traditional differences through a common endeavour, is a form of creative solidarity.
CitationAdams, J. (2020) Editorial: Art and solidarity. International Journal of Art and Design Education, 39(1), 4-5. https://doi.org/10.1111/jade.12285
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