Language against the grain and ingrained: Thinking about language in the paternalism of art education.

In this paper, I begin by presenting three visions of language. My aim is to question the idea of language in arts education, particularly of a paternal language of the master. I also talk about the risks taken in artistic teaching when thinking about the relationship between the speaker and the language. These are unavoidable risks in a search of a maternal language of the student in the conflict of belonging and non-belonging identities.

Language, Speech, Arts Education, Identity, Belonging, Matter

Event Title Twelfth International Conference on The Arts in Society
Comunication Title Language against the grain and ingrained: Thinking about language in the paternalism of art education.
Date 14 of June of 2017