Art education, its philosophy and psychology; selected essays

Munro, Thomas, 1897-

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  • Format Books
  • Publication New York : Liberal Arts Press, 1956.
  • Physical Details
    • 387 pages ; 25 cm
  • OCLC ocm00332730

Contents

  • Aesthetic education as a part of general education -- Some basic problems in art education -- A psychological approach to art and art education -- Creative ability in art and its educational fostering -- Aesthetic ability : powers of art appreciation and evaluation -- Art and world-mindedness -- Art and international understanding -- Selecting and transmitting the world's artistic heritage -- Methods in the psychology of art -- Art tests and research in art education -- Children's art abilities : studies at the Cleveland Museum of Art -- Franz Cizek and the free expression method -- Artistic development and logical synthesis -- Adolescence and art education -- Modern art and social problems -- The role of fine arts in a liberal education -- A psychological and sociological approach to college art -- Aesthetics and philosophy in American colleges -- A college program in aesthetics and the arts -- The educational functions of an art museum -- Aims and methods in art museum education -- Art museum work with children -- The art museum and the secondary school -- Art museum work and training -- The art museum and creative originality
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