Dramatic Encounters Artistry, Community and Scholarship in Drama Teaching

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Stinson, Madonna
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2020
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This book provides examples of outstanding quality drama teaching and community engagement. Each chapter describes and shares work that is characterized by artistry, with creativity and the aesthetic of the art form of drama as paramount. Likewise, each chapter shows how connections to community can be built through the creation of arts events that celebrate the location and concerns of populations in cities, urban fringe and rural locations. The authors have drawn on the scholarship of their field to inform and authenticate the practice they share. This book provides just a few examples of the socially engaged art-making that drama teachers are taking on within schools, and communities in a range of locations. Their work can be characterised by terms that we hear so often: creative, enterprising, engaging, challenging, and uplifting.

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Creative Arts, Media and Communication Curriculum and Pedagogy

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Stinson, M, Dramatic Encounters Artistry, Community and Scholarship in Drama Teaching, 2020

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