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Messages, threads and tensions
in Lifelong learning, the arts and community cultural engagement in the contemporary university
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This chapter concludes some closing thoughts on the concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book focuses on the journeys in which art's social and aesthetic dimensions are polarities between which critical teaching, research and education can be done in and through the academy. Arts-based forms enable sharing and negotiating of power, challenging a binaristic view of the world. In the binaristic view of the world, 'truth' is sought through experimentation and theorising in which power is maintained of inequitable access to the creation of truth and knowledge. New relationships develop through arts-based expressions of ideas and serve to strengthen existing relationships, as Rob mark shows through the creative methodology of peacebuilding. The book talks about the relationships created through the needs of their learners and have attempted to foster relationships within their classes and beyond.

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