Date of Award
Master of Arts
Dr. William Charland
Dr. Christina Chin
Dr. Karen Bondarchuk
Visual, literacy, social, justice, art
Masters Thesis-Open Access
The purpose of this paper is to explore how social justice art education and visual literacy can facilitate growth and compassion for the diverse other in society. Social justice art encourages exploration of art-making in a variety of settings in order to dispel anxiety or misunderstandings about those affected by injustice. An investigation of original lesson plans designed to meet national core art standards will be introduced to elaborate on how social issues can be incorporated into a comprehensive art education curriculum based on critical and analytical inquiry at the middle school level.
Kazmarski, "Visual Literacy: Integrating Social Justice Art Education into the Middle School Curriculum" (2017). Master's Theses. 1997.