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Osten, M., Spilmann, P., Swieckowska, T., & Szreder, K. (2009). Knowledge-Based Economy and Its Losers. în Idea. Artă + Societate, Number #33-34, pp. 105-111.
http://idea.ro/revista/?q=ro/node/40&articol=617

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  • TITLE: The Degree of Openness of Undergraduate Education to Contemporary Art

    AUTHORS: Ana Maria Aprotosoaie-Iftimi

    KEYWORDS: Visual Art Education, Artistic Culture, Teaching Experience, Art Curriculum

    JOURNAL NAME: Psychology, Vol.10 No.8, June 30, 2019

    ABSTRACT: We live today in a complex, ever changing world, with a wealth of scientific and technological discoveries, along with a great variety of artistic events; a world in which new concepts are emerging that try to define the condition of contemporary man. As a consequence, previously known parameters change; new terms are emerging, determined by the reality of the new times, globalization-driven reality, the diminishing—tending towards disappearance—of the boundaries between culture and subculture and the predominance of the visual. Inevitably, the educational act is influenced by these phenomena. The extent to which education in the artistic sphere is open to understanding these changes will determine the growth and development of people capable of adapting to new social and cultural-artistic realities. Without minimizing the values and results of the teaching experience, it is clear that the younger generation of teachers has a much more flexible approach, even though curriculum documents often operate in fixed frames.