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Art For Art's Sake Annotation

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Allison Baker

on 27 October 2016

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Transcript of Art For Art's Sake Annotation

"...even if art did not contribute to innovation, arts education would have a place in our schools given the importance of art as a human experience."
-pg 3
"...empirical research on arts education should investigate the impact of arts education on the development of a variety of skills, including artistic skills themselves."
-pg 261
Art For Art's Sake
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By: Allison Baker
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