Date of Award
PHD - Doctor of Philosophy
This research explored the transformational and co-transformational potential of collage, assemblage and mixed media in an accelerated undergraduate adult course on imagination and creativity. The methods were qualitative and arts-based artist-teacher inquiry within a constructivist art class for ten, female adult learners. Informed by the researcher's living inquiry through visual auto-ethnography, a collagist methodology shaped the research, including syllabus construction, course delivery and data gathering. Process was an emergent and interpretative analytic tool, drawn from multiple perspectives of artwork and reflections by the students, and the multiple identities inherent to the artist-teacher researcher.
Number of Pages
Larsen, Enid E., "Text and Texture: An Arts-Based Exploration of Transformation in Adult Learning: A Dissertation" (2010). Educational Studies Dissertations. 58.
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