Relational Connections through the Space of Learning

Exploring Youths' Experiences of Filmmaking with Comics

Julian Lawrence, Ching-Chiu Lin, Isin Can

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Abstract

Youth filmmaking is considered as a relational practice through analysis of a case study that took place in an informal learning setting. Comics as a research form allows us to investigate and portray Sally’s story through a biographical-style sequential narrative case study as we visualize her experience through various encounters with the space of learning. We identify characteristics of informal learning spaces that encourage youth to create meanings from filmmaking as media arts practice. This visual essay provides a contextual and unique outlook into Sally’s struggle and joy of learning, thus allowing teachers and educators to ponder the role of relationality in youth arts engagement.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages12
JournalInternational Journal of Education Through Art
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 10 Apr 2019

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Relational Connections through the Space of Learning : Exploring Youths' Experiences of Filmmaking with Comics. / Lawrence, Julian; Lin, Ching-Chiu; Can, Isin.

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