publication . Article . 2016

Teaching For Art Criticism: Incorporating Feldman’s Critical Analysis Learning Model In Students’ Studio Practice

Maithreyi Subramaniam; Jaffri Hanafi; Abu Talib Putih;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2016 Journal: Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Technology (issn: 2289-2990, eissn: 2289-2990, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: University of Malaya
This study adopted 30 first year graphic design students’ artwork, with critical analysis using Feldman’s model of art criticism. Data were analyzed quantitatively; descriptive statistical techniques were employed. The scores were viewed in the form of mean score and frequencies to determine students’ performances in their critical ability. Pearson Correlation Coefficient was used to find out the correlation between students’ studio practice and art critical ability scores. The findings showed most students performed slightly better than average in the critical analyses and performed best in selecting analysis among the four dimensions assessed. In the context o...
free text keywords: Art Criticism, Feldman, Criticial Analyses, Learning Model, Studio Practice, Education, L
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