Taiteen perusopetus ja lasten iltapäivät

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Abstract

The role of art schools for children and youth as an afternoon activity actor is the potential investigated through two cases in this article. Three main theme areas appeared in an interview study were: an economic-administrative, an art and culture and a pedagogy. The pedagogical theme was further structured into three sub-themes: the concept of childhood and leisure, spaces, pedagogy and empowerment. A number of further research topics were opened up and educational expectations for art education regarding early childhood education and entrepreneurship raised. The afternoon activities can be seen as social service delivery. This service production requires courage from the art schools and requires commitment from the municipalities and cities for resource policy.
Original languageFinnish
Title of host publicationMun kuvista kulttuuriin. Kuvataidetta esi- ja alkuopetukseen
EditorsSinikka Rusanen, Mirva Kuusela, Kati Rintakorpi, Kaisa Torkki
Place of PublicationHelsinki
PublisherLasten keskus
ISBN (Print)978-952-288-960-7
Publication statusPublished - 2 Nov 2018
MoE publication typeA3 Part of a book or another research book

Keywords

  • art schools for children and youth
  • art education
  • afternoon clubs
  • afternoon activities

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