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MERCHAN PRICE, Carolina. Artistic education cultural management based on performing arts begins when positioning training processes, which are proposed by teachers of performing arts in basic and secondary school. Folios [online]. 2008, n.28, pp. 93-107. ISSN 0123-4870.
The relationship between theater teaching at school and the learning process and child development is a priority area in research in art education. This text will deal with several aspects that due to the inclusion of performing arts as a part of teaching (K-12 level school) open to three levels: macro, meso and micro, which influence the management of the institution. At a macro level, the question is addressed from the perspective of cultural management and public school policy and the dialectic between the school community and its social and cultural environment. At a meso level, the issue will be the need to change teachers/trainers conceptions concerning the relationships between art as cultural objects and its incidence inside the school. At a micro level, the focus will be the positive impact of the "group culture" as a tool for subject construction in many areas: social, axiological and cognitive. A discussion of different clues that guide current research in art/theater education will be proposed in the conclusions.
Keywords : School; performing arts; cultural management; training processes; teachers.