Diálogos com a arte

revista de arte, cultura e educação

Our world presents a worrying social panorama, although it has great possibilities in all areas of life. In this sense, art is a powerful tool for analysis, communication, transformation and inclusion, both by doing and contemplating. Art alone does not change the world, but as a tool at the service of human beings, it plays a key role in building a more just and solidary world.

With this in mind, the seventeen proposals included in this issue of the journal "Diálogos com a arte" represent art as an educational and social experience. It includes seventeen articles, written by twenty-one female authors and two male authors from eight countries, that are varied and relevant in the field of art and artistic education. It presents works of description, analysis and evaluation of educational experiences, and projects, essays, as well as research. This issue includes studies conducted with quantitative and qualitative methods, comparative analysis, historical studies, innovative experiences and ICT. This variety and richness is also reflected in the contents in which the works are centered: body, face, dance, Sustainable Development Goals, cinema, poetry, etc.

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Diálogos com a arte n.º 9 - 2019

 
ESE-IPVC
CIEC-UM
 

ISSN: 2183-1726

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Revista Indexada e referenciada pela base de dados internacional de publicações periódicas científicas: LATINDEX - Sistema Regional de Informação para as Revistas Científicas de América Latina, Caribe, Espanha e Portugal

The first work of this monograph, entitled “Participatory art projects turn viewers into co-creators” and written by Alena Foustkova, presents an in-depth analysis of the need to participate in art projects for reflecting about critical issues of the world.

Ana Saldanha Dias and Maria Helena Padrão are the authors of the second article, entitled "Renaissance in Portugal: idiosyncrasies", in which they analyze Portuguese Renaissance as an example of how Humanism and Classicism influenced the notion of relativity that characterizes the human.

In “Body and camp sensitivity - Pedro Almodovar”, Ângela Cardoso explores the representation of the body in the movie “Hablé con ella” of the distinct film director in the frame of Susan Sontag´s “Notes on Camp”.

The fourth article presented in the issue describes a study that focuses on the reasons for the lack of recognition of the role of arts in the elementary school of Cape Verde. The work, written by Arlinda Lima, concludes that Arts Education is a motivating subject that facilitates learning of curricular contents and competences, and contributes to the integral development of students.

In “Oper(a)çao Plastikus-Marks of a project”, Carla Magalhães uses theater to warn children and adults of pollution, especifically plastic waste, affecting the sea, and  relates her work to the Sustainable Development Goals.

“Faces, Labyrinths of Silences, Deocultations of Life” focuses on the work of Jorge Molder and his diverse representation of the face through photography. This article has been written by Maria Celeste Henriques de Carvalho de Almeida Cantante, a specialist in North American literature...

 

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