From Psycho-Pedagogical Studies to Free-Expression: Stories Relating Art and Education in Brazil in Four Acts
The association between art, education and freedom takes place in speeches,discussions and Brazilian artistic and educational practices, with constant updates, from the early years of the twentieth century onwards, thus becoming part of the imagery about art and education. Such a concept was driven by psycho-pedagogical studies and the interest of artists, critics and educators in the «spontaneous» or «free» expression recognized in the graphic and plastic productions by children, associated with two other groups, the«primitive» and the «crazy».
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