By Susana Gonçalves, Suzanne Majhanovich
How can paintings act as an intercultural mediator for discussion? in an effort to scrutinize this question, suitable theoretical principles are mentioned and creative intervention tasks tested with a purpose to spotlight its cultural, political, monetary, social, and transformational affects. This thought-provoking paintings unearths why paintings is required to aid multicultural neighbourhoods and societies be sustainable, in addition to united via range. This edited assortment underlines the importance of arts and media as a device of figuring out, mediation, and conversation throughout and past cultures. The chapters with quite a few conceptual and methodological ways from specific contexts exhibit the complexity within the dynamics of (inter)cultural verbal exchange, tradition, identification, arts, and media. total, the gathering encourages readers to think about themselves as brokers of the communique technique selling discussion.
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The internet is the ideal media to make artistic work international (García-Abril, 2014, p. 1). These virtual galleries are not only interactive spaces, they are also spaces of reflexion. The Internet is an intercultural environment that allows for free travel; for example, anyone in the world can visit the most important museums around the world for free using the Google Art Project. ICT have changed what it means to be a renowned artist. Before, only those whose work had been selected by museums were well known; now, however, the public holds this power through the Internet.
G. the cinema director even though he is interpreting the work of the script writer; an orchestra conductor; the director of dramatic theater …) or, alternatively, there can be shared autonomy of a group of artists that accept the final result of their collaboration, in parity where each operates within the collaborative process according to their own artistic sensibility, imagination and intentions, like what we see in improvisational jazz or interpretation in the painting of an “exquisite corpse”.
However, in February, 2014 the newspapers carried the story that the mayor of the city and the culture ministry wanted to abolish the Pavilion of Popular Cultures and replace it with a Center for Portuguese Culture. Petitions through social media, letters, and other actions caused the politicians to change their minds and install the Center for Portuguese Culture in another building, making it a welcome addition to São Paulo. A multicultural education that relativizes cultural values, helping young people find their place in a pluralistic world, avoiding stereotypes, indoctrination and guilt, enabling the celebration of differences and recognition of cultural similarities didn’t function well in the Brazil of the 20th century.