There exists a wealth of imagery that is censored by means of exclusion from general art curricula. This imagery is often highly relevant to students and should therefore be addressed and examined critically in art education at all levels. In what follows, the practice of censorship by exclusion in relation to imagery available for classroom critique will be discussed; a critical-reflective approach to art criticism inquiry In light of prevalent social and interpersonal concerns will be advocate, and an example from classroom practice will be investigated.


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