Including 27 diverse case studies of socially-engaged art practices with groups like the Black Lives Matter movement and Rikers Island, this book guides art educators toward innovative, transdisciplinary and diverse methodologies. A valuable resource on creating spaces for change, it addresses the relationships between artists and educators and museums and communities.
About the Editors
Alice Wexler is Professor Emerita at the State University of New York at New Paltz.
Vida Sabbaghi is the Founder and Director of COPE NYC, whose mission is to provide innovative approaches to community engagement through art programmes, accessible museum programmes, conferences, exhibits and artists in residence such as those in Soulangh Cultural Village, Taiwan and Brooklyn, New York.
About the Publisher
Founded in 1836, Routledge has published many of the greatest thinkers and scholars of the last 100 years, including Adorno, Einstein, Russell, Popper, Wittgenstein, Jung, Bohm, Hayek, McLuhan, Marcuse and Sartre. Today, Routledge is the world’s leading academic publisher in the humanities and social sciences, publishing thousands of books and journals each year and serving scholars, instructors and professional communities worldwide.