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.html> Harvard Education Letter </main/hel/Index.html> Harvard Educational Review </main/her/Index.html> Home </main/her/Index.html> About HER </page/her-about> News </her/news> Contact Us </page/her-contact> * * * * * * * * 1. Spring 2013 Issue </her/issue/232> Were Still Here: Community-Based Art, the Scene of Education, and the Formation of Scene CHARLES KIM and NOBUKO MIYAMOTO In this cross-generational dialogue, authors Charles Kim and Nobuko Miyamoto engage in a creative exploration of community-based art, contemporary Asian American identity, and the possibilities of creativity within educational spaces. Using the ideas of John Dewey as a foundation, Kim and Miyamoto offer their dialogues, experiences, and analyses as a window into the processes of creating, making an argument for the need for education to return to the context of communities, and sharing a hope that art will reclaim its place in the everyday lives of ordinary people. Click here to access this article <http://her.hepg.org/content/xt5814vh72tk8704/?p=ab6300f8b07f4f92b2a72777215 a6527&pi=21>. Order the Spring 2013 special issue <http://www.pssconline.com/additem.wws?cpubcode=HEDP&sku=0017-8055-831&qty=1 >. *Charles Kim* is a thinker, producer, and connector. He is currently the music department coordinator of A Place Called Home, a community center serving more than four hundred children daily in South Central Los Angeles, providing professional music education and resources through a partnership with the Berklee College of Music. When designing music programs, his research explores the formation of transformative aesthetics, particularly as it relates to cultivating the creative visions, social agency, and artistic expression of children living in violent neighborhoods. As a graduate of Harvard Divinity School, he has written extensively on Current Issue </her/current> Past Issues </her/past> Book Notes </her/booknotes> Coming Soon </page/her-coming-soon> Subscriptions </page/13> Permissions </page/permissions> Subscribers-Only Website </page/her-subscribers> Submissions </page/20>

the subject of community formation, the limits of creativity, and the ethics of nonviolence. His great love is producing, composing, and playing music, with his most recent production, Home:Word, hitting number two on iTunes Japan. Charles believes that the purpose of musicor art in generalis simply to bring people together. *Nobuko Miyamoto* is founder and artistic director of Great Leap (www.greatleap?.org), an arts organization that, since 1978, has been at the forefront of creating a cultural voice for Asian Americans and engaging diverse communities in the artistic process to deepen cross-cultural understanding. Originally a dancer on Broadway and in films such as /Flower Drum Song/ and /West Side Story/, Nobukos involvement as an activist in social movements of the 1970s led her to find her own voice as a singer-songwriter. With Chris Iijima and Charlie Chin, she created the seminal Asian American album /A Grain of Sand/, now part of the Smithsonian Collection. Great Leap expanded her work into music and theater productions for the stage; she has collaborated with a host of artists exploring the intersections of cultures and faiths. Her recent work, /Eco Vids/, a series of environmental music videos, focuses on climate change. Nobuko has been recognized with the Ford Foundations Leadership for a Changing World Award and with the California Arts Council Directors Award for her contribution to the arts in California. 2. Bookmark and Share <http://www.addthis.com/bookmark.php?v=250&username=jeffreyperkins> Spring 2013 Issue </her/issue/232> Abstracts Foreword: Exploding Parameters and an Expanded Embrace: </her/abstract/1215> A Proposal for the Arts in Education in the Twenty-First Century STEVE SEIDEL Editors Introduction: </her/abstract/1216> Expanding Our Vision for the Arts in Education Edward P. Clapp and Laura A. Edwards Expanding Our Frames of Mind for Education and the Arts </her/abstract/1217> JENNIFER S. GROFF Expanding Our Vision of Museum Education and Perception: </her/abstract/1224> An Analysis of Three Case Studies of Independent Blind Arts Learners SIMON HAYHOE Universal Design for Learning and the Arts </her/abstract/1229> Don Glass, Anne Meyer, and David H. Rose Graphica: </her/abstract/1238> Comics Arts-Based Educational Research STEPHANIE JONES AND JAMES F. WOGLOM Why the Arts Dont Do Anything: </her/abstract/1241> Toward a New Vision for Cultural Production in Education RUBEN A. GAZTAMBIDE-FERNANDEZ Afterword: The Turning of the Leaves: </her/abstract/1242> Expanding Our Vision for the Arts in Education MAXINE GREENE Book Notes

The Learner-Directed Classroom </her/booknote/381> Diane B. Jaquith and Nan E. Hathaway (Editors) Critical Aesthetic Pedagogy </her/booknote/382> Yolanda Medina Hip Hop Genius </her/booknote/383> Sam Seidel Design and Thinking </her/booknote/384> Mu-Ming Tsai (Director) Changing Lives </her/booknote/385> Tricia Tunstall Art Education Beyond the Classroom </her/booknote/386> Alice Wexler (Editor) Order the Spring 2013 Issue of HER <http://www.pssconline.com/additem.wws?cpubcode=HEDP&sku=0017-8055-831&qty=1 > Subscribe <http://her.hepg.org/content/121179/offerings/> Sign up for our eNewsletter </page/newsletter-signup> Questions or comments about this page? Send an email to the Web Editor. <mailto:laura_altagen@gse.harvard.edu> 2011 President and Fellows of Harvard College. HGSE <http://www.gse.harvard.edu/> | HGSE Store <http://www.theharvardshop.com/t/master/graduate-schools/harvard-graduate-school -of-education> | Harvard University <http://www.harvard.edu/> | Terms and Conditions </page/146> | Privacy Policy </page/145>