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Socially Engaged Art Education (SEAE) emphasizes a new terrain of consciousness that is both socially responsible and ethically sound, and it goes beyond merely promoting aesthetic quality to contribute to the quality of life. It allows for new ways of seeing, expressing, and representing oneself through artistic production, critical reflection, and social dialog by allowing students to respond experientially, kinetically, intellectually, as well as aesthetically.

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Cover of Handbook of Research on the Facilitation of Civic Engagement through Community Art

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socially engaged art production