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Art Study & Teaching

Wild Garden

Art, Education, and the Culture of Resistance

by (author) dian marino

introduction by Robert Clarke, Chris Cavanagh & Ferne Cristall

Between the Lines
Initial publish date
Jan 1998
Study & Teaching, Adult & Continuing Education, Art & Politics, Aims & Objectives
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Jan 1998
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Wild Garden is a tribute to an extraordinary life. Artist, educator, environmentalist, and political activist, dian marino had a profound effect on the lives of her students, colleagues, and friends. The book combines writings and personal reflections, art and graphic images, practical exercises, and teaching tools to convey a dynamic approach to participatory learning.

About the authors

dian marino's profile page


Robert Clarke, of Peterborough, Ontario, is a long-time BTL editor and member of the collective.


Robert Clarke's profile page

Chris Cavanagh's profile page

Ferne Cristall's profile page

Editorial Reviews

This is a breathtaking offering of ideas and images that every educator will cherish and use.

Budd L. Hall, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education

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