http://www.ajarpress.com/ (founded and run by friends of Museum of Education) Ajar is dedicated to the discovery of poetry and art in both ordinary and hidden places, providing a space for these works to be exhibited, loved, and challenged. As a first bilingual journal and an independent press based in Hanoi, Ajar inhabits language as it moves between worlds and words […]
It is not that research has ignored children, because there is a huge body of research on children. The problem is that the dominant approach to researching children’s experience has been from a ‘looking down’ standpoint … Smith (2011) The video below shows how a 7 year old child can be a perceptive art critic.
Deranty, J.-P. (2010). 9. Regimes of the arts. In J.-P. Deranty (Ed.), Jacques Rancière: key concepts (pp. 116–130). Durham: Acumen. Related external links Rancière, J. (2004). The politics of aesthetics: the distribution of the sensible. Rancière, J. (2009) Aesthetics and its discontents Notes on the Politics of Aesthetics Davis, O. (2010). 5. Art and aesthetics. […]
1. Visitors are not allowed to have any piece of food in their baggage although all baggage is set aside in the baggage rooms at the entrances. The website of the museum does not communicate the rule. To enter the museum, many visitors have to throw their food away. 2. The guide booklet offers a […]