Creativities in Arts Education, Research and Practice: International Perspectives for the Future of Learning and Teaching, Leon de Bruin, Pamela Burnard and Susan Davis provide new thinking, ideas and practices concerned with philosophically, pedagogically and actively developing arts learning and teaching. Interrogating successes and challenges for creativity education locally/globally/glocally, and using illustrative cases and examples drawn from education, practice and research, they explore unique local practices, agendas, glocalised perspectives and ways arts learning develops diverse creativities in order to produce new approaches and creative ecologies through inter- and cross-disciplinary teaching practices interconnecting beyond arts domains. This book highlights innovative approaches and perspectives to activating and promoting diverse creativities as new forms of authorship and analytic approaches within arts practice and education, along with the production of adaptable, sustainable pedagogies that promote and produce diverse creativities differently. This book will help educators, artists, and researchers understand and fully utilise ways they can transform their thinking and practice and keep their learning and teaching on the move.
Contributors are: Christine Bottrell, Pamela Burnard, Peter Cook. Susan Davis, Elizabeth Dobson, Leon R. de Bruin, Tatjana Dragovic, Martin Fautley, Robyn Heckenberg, Susanne Jasilek, Fiona King, Sharon Lierse, Shari Lindblom, Megan McPherson, Sarah Jane Moore, Amy Mortimer, Alison O'Grady, Mark Selkrig, Susan Wright.
Leon de Bruin, Ph.D., is a Research Fellow at RMIT University, School of Education, Melbourne, Australia, working across the areas of creativity, meta-cognition, education and interdisciplinary pedagogies and practices. He has published over 20 peer-reviewed articles, edited books, monographs and book chapters.
Pamela Burnard is Professor of Arts, Creativities and Education, University of Cambridge, Faculty of Education, Cambridge, UK, working across and developing multiple and diverse creativities research including arts-based, intercultural, inter- and transdisciplinary, and inclusive practices and theoretical terrains.
Susan Davis is Associate Professor, School of Education & the Arts, Central Queensland University, Australia, and researches creativity in the arts, drama education and regional contexts. She is the author of
Learning That Matters: Revitalising Heathcote’s Rolling Role for the Digital Age (Sense, 2016).
This book is intended for both students and experienced researchers across all arts fields, along with educators and arts practitioners who teach in and through the arts, and presents illuminating insights pertinent to early childhood, primary, secondary and higher education teacher educators, scholars and graduates