UNESCO-NIE Centre for Arts Research in Education (CARE)

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Title of Proceedings: 
2009 De La Salle University (DLSU) Arts Congress, Manila Philippines
Year of publication: 
2009
Country of publication: 
Philippines
City of publication: 
Manila
Month of Conference: 
February, 2009
Name(s) of Author/Editor(s): 
Joseph Reylan Viray
Email of Author/Editor(s): 
lawland23@yahoo.com
Language: 
English
Abstract: 

Group Painting Sessions are employed by a considerable number of Professors who are handling Art and Humanities courses at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines in Sta. Mesa, Manila.  This teaching methodology gathers students of various ethnic, religious, and regional orientations in one venue where the students are asked to participate, mingle and act in unity with each other to be able to come up with a work of art which truly manifests oneness and harmony.               

The paper will be divided into two interrelated parts. The first part of the paper attempts to present the above mentioned pedagogy focusing on the following aspects:

(1)        Content;

(2)        Process or Method;

(3)        Facilitation;

(4)        Acceptability; and

(5)        Effectivity to forge and cultivate oneness among students of various ethnic orientations.

The second part of the paper presents a Workshop Outline and Guide based on the first part of the paper.  The outline is designed to help art instructors inspire and promote peace and social transformation.     

Country of Research: 
Philippines
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