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Australian Art Education, 18(2), 41–51. E. J. (1995) Childhood precursors of women’s artistic eminence. Journal of Creative Behaviour, 29(4), 269–282. A. (1996) Leadership as aesthetic process. Journal of Aesthetic Education, 30(4), 39–52. Veale, A. (1999) Art as development. Berk. California: Wadsworth. L. (1957) A Testament. New York: Horizon Press. CHAPTER 5 INHERITING DANCE Past philosophies for contemporary contexts Diane Wilder In 1957 when Australian dance educator and poet Coralie Hinkley left Australia on a Fulbright Scholarship to study dance in New York, she could never have imagined the profound effect that this experience was to have on her future understandings and visions of dance within education (Hinkley, 1980).
Edna, in her work with children under two years of age, demonstrated that her performing arts program was readily integrated into daily caregiving routines such as nappy changing, washing and dressing as well as in planned play experiences. Wishy Washy became a lap game, a tickling game, a galloping game, a nappy changing/washing/ dressing accompaniment and a rhyme to share during water play experiences. Edna’s occasional use of the first two lines only of the rhyme was an example of modification to suit a particular nappy changing situation.
Sally’s grandmother taught her a respect for wild things, for watching, for listening, for seeing each creature as special with its own contribution to make to the world around us’ (Milroy, 1996:8). Morgan was aware of her place in history, as a storyteller and as a woman artist. Art had strong cultural affiliations, significance and respect as a way of communicating. Morgan said: …what I paint doesn’t really change. I have a sense of coming from a long line of artists, of people who drew to tell stories.
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