The Four E’s
Casual engagement with any art form already known, such as art in magazines, advertisements, or on radio or television.
Engagement structured to produce a new experience with the arts, such as a school field trip to a museum, theater, or performance facility without prior study.
Engagement or experience crafted to support and educational activity, such as a school visit by an artist after the study of the art forms, media, or style of the visiting artist.
Engagement with the discipline as a body of knowledge and skills to be acquired and applied by the student, such as student learning described in the national arts education standards, state art frameworks, and district arts curricula.
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