ART, wonder and the Religious Dimension of the Child

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Description: While the statement of the NAEA is written for a broad audience, transcending all limitations of culture, ethnicity or religion, these three elements of work, language and values are integral to any consideration of how art affects, expresses and nurtures the religious dimension of the child, particularly one in a Catholic school or catechetical program where children engage in faith work, learn to speak the language of faith and are molded in the preeminent values of Christianity. Branham, associate director of art history at Providence College who also served as curator of the exhibit titled Through the Lens of Children, points out that children's visual literacy begins at birth, adding, Learning to perceive the world through a creative lens better equips children to analyze the visual culture they inhabit.
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