Art & Early Childhood: Personal Narratives & Social Practices
Introduction: Art & Early Childhood - Personal Narratives and Social Practices
Kristine Sunday, Marissa McClure, and Christopher Schulte
The Affective Flows of Art-Making
The Existential Territories of Global Childhoods: Resingularizing Subjectivity Through Ecologies
Visualizing Spaces of Childhood
A “Widespread Atelier” for Exploring Energy: “From Wave to Wave”, a Unique Place where Science, Art, and Design Intersect and Converge in an Open and Dynamic Way
Art Education at Bank Street College, Then and Now
Edith Gwathmey and Ann Marie Mott
Theorising through Visual & Verbal Metaphors: Challenging Narrow Depictions of Children and Learning
- Kristine Sunday
- Christopher Schulte
- Marissa McClure
Kris is a newly appointed assistant professor of teaching and learning at Old Dominion University, where she teaches courses in early childhood education. In addition to editing this issue of the Bank Street Occasional Papers, she is an associate editor of the International Journal of Education and the Arts.
Christopher is a visiting scholar in art education at the University of Northern Iowa. He is currently the editor of media reviews for the International Journal of Education & the Arts, a member of the editorial review board of Visual Arts Research and Art Education, and a guest reviewer for the International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education.
Marissa is Assistant Professor of Art Education at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and Past President of the NAEA Early Childhood Art Educators Issues Group.