ARTE E RECRIAÇÃO NA ESCOLA: O TRANSFORMAR E O TRANSFORMAR-SE EM DIREÇÃO DA INCLUSÃO SOCIAL E DO RESPEITO À DIVERSIDADE

Kátia Cristina Novaes Leite, Osimara Da Silva Barros, Najara Dos Santos Oliveira, Luciane Ferreira Bomfim, Andrea Tourinho Pacheco De Miranda, Valnice De Sousa Paiva, Jucineide Lessa De Carvalho

Abstract


At school and in social life, the use of creativity through artistic work is deeply necessary as an element of educational motivation. Art transmits thoughts, feelings and information and provides the person with intellectual disability a greater social circulation, beyond the limits of the school-family-health system. As a contribution for such understanding, this work intends to discuss how the artistic activity contributes to social inclusion and respect to diversity, emphasizing the potentiality of art as an activity that fosters change of objects and people who work artistically, providing them with self-esteem, respect for oneself and for the product of art as an outcome of admiration and reverence to those who contemplate it. The text also reports the successful experiments developed by Project Recriando at Jacobina’s APAE, which aimed at social inclusion of people with intellectual disability through art.

 

 

Index Terms - Art at School, intellectual disability, social inclusion.


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