Perspectives on Arts Education Research in Canada, Volume 2: Issues and Directions

Edited by

Dr. Bernard W. Andrews

Professor in the Faculty of Education at University of Ottawa

Arts education research in Canada has increased significantly since the beginning of this century. New forms of arts-based research, such as ethnodrama and a/r/t/ography, have arisen and made significant contributions to the literature. Researchers in departments/schools/faculties of dance, drama, music, visual arts, media studies, cultural studies and education have been successful in acquiring peer-reviewed grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to undertake large-scale projects and disseminate the findings internationally. The purpose of this peer-reviewed, edited collection, entitled Perspectives on arts education research in Canada, Vol. II: Issues and directions, is to provide an overview of the current research undertaken across the country, thereby providing a valuable resource for students, professors and research associates working in the arts disciplines, media studies, education, and cultural studies.


Andrews, B. W. (2021). Perspectives on arts education research in Canada, Vol. II: Issues and directions. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill/Sense. https://brill.com/view/title/57553

Due to COVID-19 related supply chain issues, this publication was unavailable until 2022.