The production and appreciation of art uses thought processes that have been excluded from traditional measures of human intelligence. Dr. Howard Gardner, professor of education at Harvard University, makes a compelling case for broadening these definitions and discusses the value cultures place on artistic abilities. He explores the function of art in human development as well as the strategies children employ in the process of constructing images.
80 pages 9 x 10 1/4 inches 1 b/w illustration ISBN 978-0-89236-179-3 paperback
Getty Publications Imprint: J. Paul Getty Museum
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