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Title: A compreensão das imagens de obras de arte e cultura visual nas crianças do pré-escolar
Author: Cunha, Ana Filipa Moniz, 1988-
Advisor: Mendes, Ana Bela, 1953-
Keywords: Educação artística
Cultura visual
Educação infantil
Defense Date: 2011
Abstract: If we are interested in the way people understand art, this means that there must be something in art that it is worth being understood. Increasingly, education should be intrinsically coupled with the world of art, as it is a world in which one’s own personal affirmation and creativity take a prominent place in the life of every human being. This thesis has intended to verify that the contact between children in nursery school and images of works of art and visual culture helps them to acquire new knowledge in the context of aesthetics and visual language, as well as it leaves them more and more comfortably to express their feelings and opinions. Through an action research methodology carried out in the classroom with children aged 5-6 years old, it was noticed that the veracity of the initial hypothesis, that is, children who regularly live together with the world of art (works of art or images of works of art and visual culture), not only learn to look at it, trying through their own experiences their reading of sense, but also start to understand a new language, the visual one, which comes from the aesthetic reflection and appreciation they are submitted to. Children will restructure their understanding as far as their knowledge of visual culture increases, which, in this case, turns into a better comprehension of the observed works and the images that integrate their involvement
Description: Tese de mestrado, Educação artística, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2011
Peer review: yes
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