Education through Art

3 Aug

Haliburton School of Arts

Truly edcuated men and women know that art is an essential part of education. Since modern men and women spend most of their time in a self-made enviornment, they are being educated through in and about art whether or not they realize it.
This is where the responsible educators will see to the provision of effective art programs that prepare students not only for their self-made environment, but also for the fullest enjoyment of that enviornment which is nature’s work.
The basic purposes of art education for my students is:
1. The development and coordination of the senses
2. The enrichment of the imagination
3. The development of the power to communicate
4. The acquisition of the means of transforming experience and being creative
5. The giving of order to the relationship between the emotional and intellectual parts of their nature
6. The preparation of students to be thoughtful and productive members of society, capable of making a contribution to the well being of their neighbour through the right uses of their talents.


2 Responses to “Education through Art”

  1. Lucy LoMonaco August 20, 2010 at 7:16 pm #

    Enjoyed your blog very much. Is there a charge to subscribe or is it free?

    • artjennycreationstation August 21, 2010 at 2:35 am #

      It’s for free but I would like to get people to subsribe to it. Haven’t figured that out yet. How did you come about it? I see you are Canadian, nice to know it gets read by Canadians as I am a Canadian in Verona. Next I will be writing about The Venice Biennale of ARchitecture and the ArtVerona Art Fair.

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