Marit Dewhurst: ‘El Arte como herramienta para la enseñanza y el aprendizaje sobre la identidad’
El Arte como herramienta para la enseñanza y el aprendizaje sobre la identidad
Art as a Tool for Teaching and Learning About Identity
Marit Dewhurst es Director of Art Education and Associate Professor of Art and Museum Education at The City College of New York. She has worked as an arts educator and program coordinator in multiple settings both nationally and abroad including community centers, museums, juvenile detention centers, and international development projects. Prior to joining the faculty at CCNY, she founded and coordinated, In the Making, The Museum of Modern Art’s free studio arts program for teens.
Publications include chapters in several books on art in social justice education and articles in Equity & Excellence in Education, The Journal of Art Education, and The Harvard Educational Review. Her research and teaching interests include social justice education, community-based art, youth empowerment, racism in museum education, and the role of the arts in community development. Her book, Social Justice Art: A framework for activist art pedagogy was recently published by Harvard Education Press. She is currently working on a follow up book focused on teaching about using art to teach about identity.
V Encuentro ‘Mil formas de mirar y hacer: Artes, Migraciones y Transculturalidad’
Dentro del Proyecto Atalaya coordinado por la UPO ‘Arte y Compromiso. Experiencias para el cambio social’.