But most importantly here is that I’m teaching creative process to people who have had little background in art and they are absorbing it all like a sponge because it applies to real, modern world activities. It will completely squander the time. When we talk to “outsiders” about how creative, fun, and full of self expression our subject is, those same outsiders hear “frivolous.” But if instead we tell them that art is about problem solving, divergent thinking processes, making connections within core subjects like math, science, literature, and that our students score significantly higher on important assessments like the SAT, they “get it.”. I think it would be great for what you are saying to happen and I think it would have to start in Kinder. Beautifully said, Danny! Yes, the standardized testing has crushed our extra-curricular classes (also the homec, shop, and some sports have been cut), in our school systems in the USA. ( Log Out / OK. And as for younger kids screwing around in class, that is the fault of the teacher not managing the classroom well. Art should be there to continue to teach kids ART. ART Teachers are STILL expected to reach all grade level benchmarks within the new allotted time frame. I think I get what you’re saying, but you’re just wrong. If you’re looking for people where the creative spark was really snuffed, and replaced by a lot of cynicism and bitterness, that’s a good place to start. […] students with the creativity to employ in other areas like STEM to solve world issues. As an elementary school art teacher, I have found that many students feel stymied when they feel that they can’t visually create what they see, and they blossom when they learn the tricks of how to mix color, how to create a sense of space (with overlap or value change, etc.) These can be calm or violent, revolutionary or analytical. Honestly and sadly, I didn’t know how to think and yet when I gave her what she asked for those were the best grades I earned. All of the tools and supplies you mentioned is costly. Our country nedds a creative class in order in compete within this new “global market”. I am happy with the education system that i grew up knowing and loving because every Monday (or whenever it was) I was most excited to go to art class and impress my teachers and fellow students and learn something that captivated my interests and made me feel completely accepted for who I was. Recently, the elementary band program was cut from my former school district. I’m not sure if you spending some time over a year into our classrooms constitutes a valid opinion….. You said it yourself. . "Practical solution with detailed, concrete examples of how to integrate arts into math, science, social studies and language arts." I love all of this. Kids don’t just learn how to produce art for art’s sake. And so should art. You take for granted that students even come with the skills to pick up a pencil and make a circle on their paper–If they can’t draw, or are never given that exposure to focus on simple technical art skills, where else will this be taught? Art is what makes us human, that is why it is so important in schools. It’s everywhere you go. How do you familiarize yourself with a new tool or a new material or a new challenge? How can we make this happen? Although their effectiveness varies, the anti-art education stance clearly plays a large part in this ongoing art education debate. Science? The tech pendulum is swinging so far right that it is trying to sweep out anything that doesn’t fit into the “bill gates corporate education reform” movement. It has become a mantra in education that No Child Left Behind, with its pressure to raise test scores, has reduced classroom time devoted to the arts (and science, social studies, and everything else besides reading and math). They miss out on the skills AND the thinking. And I am always surprised by how many people have no idea how to mix colours, which is surely as basic as times tables. If a child never learns addition, they will never be able to survive in society today. Find fractals? Maybe this type of program would have helped. It should be developed as much as possible. This means looking for, and discovering, the essence of everything that we encounter. Interesting! Those supporting the removal of art from schools often point at the prevalence of out-of-school art programs, which could be supplemented for in-school art classes. Period. No way. It’s no surprise that music is a billion dollar industry. It’s about being brave, it’s not what school wants to teach you at all – it wants you to function in a system. Poetry is just allowed like so because we have a tradition with poets; but the love for it gets killed in school by dissecting every single line and analyzing, instead of feeling the language and see the whole as an organic thing. The way math, science, etc. It is hard enough to deal with my monkey, sometimes….. I agree although one problem remains, money. The elite 1%. Creativity and problem solving are one of the biggest gaps, in my opinion, that we have in the workforce today. Part of the problem is that students are not being taught the SKILL behind the production of Art. I liken his ideas to throwing a student into an engineering project without having had the years of math and science necessary to be able to solve those problems. However, if you have a school without an art teacher (or a couple of them), and without a classroom (or a space) devoted to fine arts, visual arts, ceramics, etc, then where are all of the students (from all walks of life and backgrounds, not just the stereotypical student in all black clothing), going to communicate & collaborate with one another to foster ideas? We must learn to speak the language of “outsiders,” who believe what is important can be measured, tested, and rewarded. Also, for children who do not like standard art classes, i.e. Yes, I know that there are high-school video classes and art computer labs, but they need to be turned into engines for creativity and usefulness, not abstract, high falutin’ artsiness based on some 1970s concepts of self-expression. IF we can get the politics out of public school. It couldn’t be farther from the terrifying (and very outdated) vision of Art education you’re outlining in this article. By cutting art programs, you are limiting the future job options for children. School districts have become so focused on standardized testing that they neglect the impact arts classes can have on students’ overall education. Changing the name for what we do would be possibly a good idea, like a new start. Just as Danny Gregory states “We need to make sure that the kids of today (who will need to be the creative problem […]. Imagine if Creativity became a part of our core education…. Just the beginning…. They don’t want to listen to or follow instruction and yet want everyyyy step of everyyyy process magically done FOR them AND get their skinny jeans in a wad if told to dig deeper, aim higher, see it through, make it work, problem solve it, figure it out, come up with a plan B…plan at all!! Your entire article is STEM based. It’s EQUALLY important, but not MORE important. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I have taught K-12 and college level art as well as college level rhetoric and composition and there is a great deal of overlap between the two as well as many other interdisciplinary connections. Leave a like if you agree. And, predictably, lower income and minority students were the most likely to lose their art programs. Our system isn’t perfect but I think we’re in the right lines (I started my career in the UK so have expedience of over proscriptive, test obsessed education). Fine arts in schools are vital to the students demonstration of creativity because they are a way of expressing individuality in the things they do. I am a professional artist, and I have been creating and supporting my family on my art alone for the past 10 years. And not boring. Knowledge of the elements of art and principles of design (that are often the focus of portraits and landscapes, but unknown to many viewers) are the foundation for effective communication in creating the visual/creative documents (or rhetorical artifacts) you mention above. Then you get to your lead; that we ought to teach Creativity. The fine arts department of the Katy Independent School District in the article, “The Importance of Fine Arts Education,” argues that the, “study and participation in the fine arts is a key component in improving learning throughout all academic areas.” Fine arts improve writing because they teach a student how to think creatively and expressively, while enhancing their critical thinking skills. Yes it is 100% about creative thinking and making, but not in the service of a single measurable market-goal. Danny, how eloquently you put my arguments. The projects and the mindsets go hand-in-hand. We need the stimulative nature of creativity to empower future engineers, architects, entrepreneurs, and scientists. […] Danny Gregory tackles the idea of removing art from schools. I had a professor in a Research class in my Masters program who wanted to know what I thought and what questions I was asking. What they should be teaching is how to draw on sketchbook sized paper with a pen or small brush and also working digitally on a tablet. Let’s hope the schools listen! Fill 100 post-its with 100 doodles of ways to raise consciousness about the environment or income inequality or saving water. Arts and Music have to stick together in a world thats currently trying to make us seem insignificant to a child’s education and diminishing the importance of having a creative outlet. Create a fractal? I am in multiple music programs, and personally, if music was taken away I would be devastated, and I know that my peers would be too. We’d teach kids how to use Photoshop to communicate concepts, to shoot and cut videos, to design presentations, to use social media intelligently, to write clearly because it is key to survival. Arguments Against Art - The Merits of Art Education Common Arguments that Art Education Advocates Face Classroom time spent on Visual Arts is wasted, because Art can be integrated into other core subjects. However, the point about art not helping other classes doesn’t make sense. Although I am a terrible artist and can’t really do anything considered artsy, I understand its importance. Art classes, whether they are visual or performing arts, provide students with the opportunity to study and immerse themselves in something they may actually be interested in. It refers to an attitude about life and possibility, not just an occupation or hobby. All visual, spatial, non verbal observations, reflections, hand-eye coordination, scale, etc. Maybe you wanted a nice click bait title for an article and that’s what you came up with? So, art is not just important; it is the fundamental principal of who we are as a species. He stresses that the greatest civilizations and societies thrived becuase they produced, encouraged and developed a “Creative Class”, which propelled the arts, science, engineering as well as politics. In other words you’re a woozel and the heffalaumps could get you. Change ). Knowing a little about chemistry is even beneficial for watercolor painting. Only one problem to this, creativity is not a skill that everyone has. Against Value in the Arts and Education 1st Edition by Sam Ladkin and Publisher Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. Arts in education is an expanding field of educational research and practice informed by investigations into learning through arts experiences. Le travail interministériel en France a permis un consensus autour de la définition suivante : « Par radicalisation, on désigne le processus par lequel un individu ou un groupe adopte une forme violente d'action, directement liée à une idéologie extrémiste à contenu politique, social ou religieux, qui conteste l'ordre établi. And the fact that you don’t understand why projects like painting fruits exist in an art class, you obviously don’t understand art. However, the arts intensify these basic skills such as critical thinking, making connections and academic inference. I have to disagree on this one. Administrators, board members and even parents need to see the importance of ART / MUSIC in our society. Here’s a great quote from an article on creativity in ‘Psychology today’ And by the way, I always bring my sketchbooks and tell them anyone can do it, there’s no magic here. Ok. You can scale up size of object, u can use a grid to compare what you see to what u think u see. I believe that learning the elements of art and principles of design in ART education are essential for learning in the CREATIVE education as described above. Comments. HI Danny, the situation is the same here in the UK, it saddens me how little opportunity there is for creativity at school, especially as my husband and I have always funded our lives through Art based careers. ART should STILL be taught in schools; lately there’s been emphasis on CREATIVITY, COLLABORATION, CRITICAL THINKING and COMMUNICATION. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Art class has always been my happy place because unlike science or math class, I feel that I am able to express my talents and individuality through my art work. When we write about art—we strengthen these skills. It can be argued that the exclusivity of a private lessonscan provide a much better music education than, say, learning to play by listening to the radio. What do you know about an abundant art education curriculum? Late yesterday, a writer named Matt Saccaro posted an essay titled “ The Case for Removing (Almost) All Liberal Arts from College .”. Nonetheless, arts education has been gutted in American public schools. Often times students can take lessons outside school, but their ensemble playing comes from school. Arts education gives a foundation for creativity. According to the results of the study conducted by East Carolina University, “art education experiences teach a variety of skills and abilities that are used often in many creative and non-creative industries.” The ultimate value of art education is not simply entertainment during formative years, but the skills necessary in order to be successful in every aspect of life. What we need to do better is educate the public, and the administrations as to how that works. Couldn’t agree more! All things are derived from the prior. Children who are not passionate about visual art could get involved in local theatres, orchestras, and band groups. An entire generation of art teachers embraced a simplification of what art could be. There is no better way to do that than getting their minds off of stressors by getting them engaged in a work of art. Nude drawing is great for learning structure but it’s equally important, or even more important to understand how clothing covers and hangs on the body. However, I totally agree that we need to encourage the creativity and problem solving in all the ways that he speaks of in art classes WHILE we teach the Arts. i agree with you. As a child, Ryan often complained about his mother’s cooking. When you are in the various stages of a basic education–Elementary, Middle and High School–how many of us knew what our career paths would be? Not sure how they will respect what we do, you don’t by stating elementary art is a place for mischief, this IS NOT my truth and an insult. YES!!! All leaders need to understand this! And, predictably, lower income and minority students were the most likely to lose their art programs. It’s been my desire for a long time to see art integrated with other subjects. stimulates that side of brain. I like your train of thought in the beginning, until you mention that young children don’t really need art instruction. Not everything has to be useful for a boring non changing society. Although, I think for music, it’s a lot harder to find a community ensemble. Schools do not need to make learning those types of skills a priority over arts because those underlying aspects will be included in the knowledge students take away from the class. To solve the many problems that you listed, art teachers need to educate more than just their students. Obviously schools are going to have to deal with budget cuts, but if you take a little from each area, no are has to be gone completely. As I painted I’d always be thinking about something besides the fruit bowl I was painting. painting and drawing, could take specialized art classes in graphic design, fashion, jewelry, etc. In response, his mother challenged him to cook for himself. I know so many lovely little ones who tell me that they want to be artists or painters when they grow up and i have never once had a child tell me that they want to be a doctor or lawyer when they grow up. That is vital. “Kids who take art classes receive higher standardized test scores.” “Art students have higher GPAs than students who do not take any art classes.”. Art has been suffering for a long time with endless cuts and layoffs and I fully agree with where you are headed with this. Such a wonderful spin on the reduction of art in our school system. I am still seen as that frivolous activity time that has to be earned as a reward, rather than a necessity. The author puts it this way: […]. As the topic was one that rang their chimes, they invested in the information gathering. Finding qualified individuals who can think their way out of a paper bag is not overrated. Because of their failure to be accepted in the art world, they sometimes push this negativity onto students. If we got rid of our band and drama department you would lose 500 kids. Petition details. Following those will only lead to Older and Older Masters. These teachers often pick their favorites, and criticize the artists who are filled with talent. I have some degree of technical ability that led me to be a “great” artist in my class… but I can’t formulate complete ideas to hash out on paper. And I am going to introduce animation – here’s drawing g, imagination (invent character, robot, etc to animate) and interfaced with computer. http://sitemaker.umich.edu/356.burba/education_budgets_for_art_education, http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/culturemonster/2010/07/arts-education-loses-again-in-sacramento-bill-emphasizing-technical-training-advances-in-senate-.html, http://articles.latimes.com/2013/jan/24/entertainment/la-et-cm-bill-eliminate-oklahoma-arts-council-funding-20130124, http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/1997/04/bg1110-ten-good-reasons-to-eliminate-funding-for-the-nea. We have the usual pressures to help our kids perform well in maths and literacy. Great posts! pretty boring right? I have very creative daughter in middle school and can only hope that our school system listens to what you have to say. It’s also true that this tactic may win some battles, but it will ultimately lose the war, as it accepts the same set of metrics for the arts and humanities that are applied in industrial processes and quarterly earnings reports. For instance, a drawing can take basic ideas and assemble them into a picture. The arts-saves-kids rationale crops up frequently near the centers of political power. If not, how can you break it down to separate classes? They need to take Fine Art out of school and put in Applied Art–meaning Creativity! When I wasn’t in art class I simply wouldn’t eat, and it’s hard to focus in class when you’re starving. Creativity is only one aspect of art education programs. I think creativity classes are an awesome idea, just maybe mix that into science classes rather than teaching them what the mitochondria of the cell is. I think you’d be surprised at the scope of skills and applications that we tackle. In high school, I was in a drama class and it was seriously underfunded. What do you do when you are dissatisfied with your results? Not every student would make a good doctor, lawyer, mathmatician or scientist. And there are many who are just like me who feel the exact same way. Let’s replace art education with self-expression.” The problem with this train of thought is that – just like you said – creativity does not belong to artists alone. Thank you for your brilliant blog! With these opportunities available outside of school, anti-art education proponents are pushing for more of a focus on technical and career based classes in schools. The last one that made the rounds was “Replace art education with design education.”. By and large these don’t do better in life, and are often a lot more cynical and depressed. These a called “$ C’s to ART SMART Success”, that’s what we call it in our school district. Arts education is needed to foster a widespread creative life which counterbalances the forces of mass production and mass consumption in a specialised materialistic society. This is stupid art is everywhere you could argue that it is everything and everything is art.Also creativity is ART!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’m happy to report that none live in their parents’ basements. Anti-art education proponents work to point out these flaws in pro-art organizations, in order to back their own stance. I then became a Science teacher…my second passion. This touches on an issue (in my mind, a misunderstanding) that always comes up with my new Art students, especially ones with parents concerned about their job prospects (and unrightfully so, as they’ve consistently gotten a very wide range of creative jobs). Our public schools are struggling for funding fo… Kids LEARN by DOING. I have a program that I do across the country called “SaveTheArts” this is pure radness…thank you…I will share with folks!!!! Congratulations to Don't Be Evil by Rana Forhoohar, a "penetrating indictment of how today’s largest tech companies are hijacking our data, our livelihoods, our social fabric, and our minds." I’m always leery of people who had all the privileges and benefits of skills-based learning declaring that the learning of skills should be taken away from students in the hopes that they will “flourish.” It didn’t work with Whole Language, which took the learning of grammar out of English (and why we now have millions of children and adults who can’t properly express themselves in writing). They don’t really need much encouragement or instruction. You nailed it! Architects, engineers, film makers, fine artists, forensic artists, fashion and furniture designers, product designers, web designers, etc. Good work Danny. This, however, is one part of the greater whole of the arts community and learning. After the recession of 2008, 80% of the nation’s schools faced budget cuts. Art, to me, is not about learning some better tools for advocating for this or selling that – it’s about conveying complex situations and perspectives, making people ask questions, form new neural pathways, introduce the strange and the wonderful and the other, be critical and generous. Art is a right of life. Jasmin is right. Teach the children what creativity means when applying it to bettering mankind…paraphrased – “By all means, be creative!”. I earned an A. I do love your “modest proposal” and I agree with most of it. Children are encouraged to pack their work with adverbs, words like “furthermore” and colons, just to gain extra points. La définition de la radicalisation violente. I’m proud to say my “science students” were the best “art students” in the school. How many homeless amputees can there be? I didn’t have to memorize stuff and regurgitate it. Imagine indeed. I just read your comment in Shut Your Monkey about Van Gogh. Danny Gregory insists that, “art class is all too often a gut, an opportunity for adolescents to screw around,” and suggest that we should, “take the art out of art education.” Although, in some cases this may be true, the possible benefits for a large number of students outweighs the risk of having a few students that are not interested in the subject. Arts Latest answer posted December 09, 2014 at 7:19:16 PM Why are the arts important to humans today?Art is important to us humans because of … This is because the arts foster academic interest and require a depth of thinking. A great disservice is done when ART is taken away from the public school systems. i’m a beginning artist (barley starting in the world of art) who’s is still in school, yes, but is seeing what art can do for you. 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