Lifelong Learning and Art

Marjan Laal, Arsalan Aliramaei, Ashkan Laal
2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The term of lifelong learning refers to the continuous building skills and acquiring knowledge during one's life through experiences faced lifetime. Today in this 21st century, changes in the social, economic, cultural and educational frames need to new ways of thinking about the arts, culture and creativity. This way of thinking helps to have more active and responsible people about their own learning and their societies. There are many subjects in the case of art in which learning takes
more » ... Lifelong learning should be a promotion of the art of human maturity, a necessity for people to be involved actively in the local, national and international issues. This paper seeks to shed light on the relationship between art and lifelong learning. It is the purpose of this article to review the role of art and creativity in lifelong learning.
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.01.888 fatcat:pr4p2vdpdfabfaj5bpvziqmc4m