Teaching and learning are at the centre of what we do in the Faculty of Arts. The Wallace Foundation, with additional support from the Arts Education Partnership, commissioned this report, which addresses the multiple challenges of achieving and sustaining quality in arts education, across both major and emerging art forms in rural, urban, and suburban settings.
For example, in a science classroom you might see students choreographing a dance using locomotor and nonlocomotor movements to demonstrate their understanding of rotation versus revolution of the planets (PDF) In a math class, you might see students learning fractions by examining composition in Warhol’s Campbell’s soup paintings.
Konstfack and the Department of Visual Arts and Sloyd Education offer in collaboration with Aalto University (FI), Aalborg University (DK), and Oslo and Akerhus University College of Applied Science (NO) an international Master’s programme in Nordic Visual Studies and Art Education.
Research: Building Creative Capacity through …