|Chapter title||Art Practice and the Community|
|Authors||Leeson, L. and Duman, A.|
|Editors||Sholette, G., Bass, C. and Social Practice Queens|
ART AS SOCIAL ACTION will be a general introduction and textbook to the field of social practice art and include valuable lesson plans offering examples of pedagogical projects for instructors at both the college and high school levels. With contributions written by leading social practice artists, teachers and thinkers it's content will be arranged thematically to around such themes as labor rights, environmental justice, urban policy, the rights of women and girls, inequality, migrant's rights, Black Lives Matter, the rights of prisoner's and the global nexus of art/labor/capital among other areas of topical concern. Some lesson plans will be written by the students, alumni and faculty members of Social Practice Queens (SPQ), a unique partnership between Queens College CUNY and the Queens Museum.
The book will consist of two main parts. A set of introductory materials focused on the concept of teaching socially engaged art (with some of these essays having an associated 20 minute podcast created for classroom use online at: http://www.socialpracticequeens.org/ ). Part two of the book will consist of two dozen actual lesson plans.
|Keywords||art, social action, community, textbook, teaching|
|Book title||Art as Social Action: An Introduction to the Principles and Practices of Teaching Social Practice Art|
|File||Art Practice and the Community_Loraine Leeson and Alberto Duman.pdf|
|Published||22 May 2018|
|Place of publication||New York|