In what ways can the symbol of the unicorn represent and inform collaborative, intergenerational visions of art education? This paper outlines some of the roles of the unicorn as a theme and a framework for contemporary applications of art education relating to enduring Froebelian art education, Waldorf-inspired art teaching, and inclusive community art practice as a form of remix. This research seeks to illuminate enduring but oft-neglected areas of inspiring art curriculum for teachers and learners across the lifespan.
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Weida, Courtney Lee and Bradbury, Carlee
"The Unicorn as Lifelong Companion: Remixing Inclusive, Intergenerational Art Education Journeys with the Freedom of Froebel and Wildness of Waldorf,"
International Journal of Lifelong Learning in Art Education: Vol. 3, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarscompass.vcu.edu/ijllae/vol3/iss1/6