Savage, Jonathan, Challis, Mike


A Digital Arts Curriculum? Practical ways forward

Music Education Research: Vol. 4, No. 1. London: Routledge: 7-23.


Language(s): English


Music Education


In this article, the authors address the need for establishing a creative digital arts curriculum and an appropriate model of compositional practice within this curriculum. The author’s insights are based on a range of qualitative data that was drawn from a collaborative arts project (December 2000 - march 2001) in which students and young offenders used digital technologies to collect sonic and visual material that they then used to compose various audio/visual works.

All references of the same author:


Savage, Jonathan, Challis, Mike (2001). Sound Reflections: The Influence of Acoustic Ecology on Classroom Composition
Savage, Jonathan, Challis, Mike (2002b). Electroacoustic Composition: Practical Models of Composition with New Technologies