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- DescriptionCreating Together explores an emerging approach to research that combines arts practices and scholarship in participatory, community-based, and collaborative contexts in Canada across multiple disciplines. Looking at a variety of art forms, from photography and mural painting to performance art and poetry, the contributors explore how the process of creating together generates and disseminates collective kwledge. The artistic processes and works in an arts-based approach to scholarship make use of aesthetic, experiential, embodied, and emotional ways of kwing and creating kwledge in addition to traditional intellectual ways. The anthology also addresses the growing trend in arts-based research that takes a participatory, community-based, or collaborative focus, and encourages scholars to work together, with other professionals, and with community groups to explore questions, create kwledge, and express shared understandings. The collection highlights three forms of research: participatory arts-based research that engages participants in all stages of the inquiry and aims to produce practical kwing to benefit the community; community-based arts research that has community/public space at the heart of practice; and collaborative arts approaches involving multi-levelled, multi-layered, and interdisciplinary collaboration from diverse perspectives. To illustrate how such invative work is being accomplished in Canada, the collection includes examples from British Columbia to Newfoundland and across disciplines, including the fine arts, education, the health sciences, and social work.
- Author BiographyDiane Conrad is an associate professor of drama/theatre education at the University of Alberta. Her participatory, arts-based research involves work with high-risk and incarcerated youth. She is the director of the Arts-based Research Studio at University of Alberta. Her recent publications include Athabascaas Going Unmanned: An Ethnodrama about Incarcerated Youth (2012). Anita Sinner is an assistant professor of art education at Concordia University in Montreal. Her research interests include pre-service and in-service teacher education, community-based art education, life and light writing, and digital media. She brings interdisciplinary perspectives to research involving qualitative approaches and many forms of arts research in relation to curriculum studies and social and cultural issues in education.
- PublisherWilfrid Laurier University Press
- Date of Publication04/03/2015
- SubjectCultural Studies
- Place of PublicationWaterloo, Ontario
- Country of PublicationCanada
- ImprintWilfrid Laurier University Press
- Content Note55 b/w illus
- Weight472 g
- Width152 mm
- Height228 mm
- Spine20 mm
- Edited byAnita Sinner,Diane Conrad
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