An interview: Making art as a dialogue with materials, moments and motivations
Price, G., & Earl, K. (2017). An interview: Making art as a dialogue with materials, moments and motivations. Teachers and Curriculum, 17(1), 101–108.
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Graham Price has worked extensively in primary, secondary and tertiary art education in Otago (1976–1997) and since 2000 in pre-service secondary and primary art education within the University of Waikato arts education team. He has experience in developing art education resources, Waikato professional development programmes, and the development of visual art assessment in primary schools through the National Education Monitoring Project 1995–2008. His research interests include arts integration, the history of art education in New Zealand and how students talk about art. His own artwork spans painting, jewellery and sculptural responses to calligraphy. He actively participates in a cappella choral performance. In this piece Graham shares his views and his approach to art making.
Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research
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