Intent versus outcome of international mural exchange

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Title: Intent versus outcome of international mural exchange
Author: Batson, Amanda Ashley
Abstract: In an attempt to rectify the issues and concerns on the impact of an international mural exchange created by the organization Let Art Talk in 2008, I traveled to Uganda to pursue a similar community based, environmentally themed art workshops and Talking Mural. This theme-based mural was created and then given to a school in Plano, Texas to complete. My role was to investigate the work being done and the potential effects of learning on participants involved and to gauge the communication and learning exchanged between the participants in two varied communities. Through the creation of a mural using case study methods, it was also to be determined if the mission and goals of the project were accomplished. This study was focused on the following question: In what ways and to what extent is the purposeful intent and meaning of the artwork made by students in Uganda--as part of a mural exchange program about environmental issues that occurs between students in Uganda and the United States--understood by the students in the United States who view and respond to this artwork?
Department: Art Education
Subject: Art education International Exchange Community Uganda Art Program Theme-based instruction Environment
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2152/ETD-UT-2011-08-4025
Date: 2011-08

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