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Art Education: Issues in Postmodernist Pedagogy

Art Education: Issues in Postmodernist Pedagogy / Postmodern Art Education: An Approach to Curriculum Blandy, Doug In 1997 the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) released an indepth study of the health of the arts in America (Larson, 1997). Based on six forums held throughout the United States, the study details major issues faced by […]

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A response to Ted Bracey

A response to Ted Bracey Dorn, Charles M Ted Bracey’s criticism of my book Mind in Art: Cognitive Foundations in Art Education finds fault with my views on artists, art, philosophy, psychology, mind-body relationships and with my failure to elucidate a theory of Art Education. The list suggests that my biggest failure may have been […]

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Status of Elementary Art Education: 1997-2004

Status of Elementary Art Education: 1997-2004 Chapman, Laura H In this article, I portray the status of visual art education in United States public elementary schools between 1997 and 2004. I report on trends in state policies and interpret data from a national survey of elementary principals, visual art specialists, and classroom teachers. I also […]

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What I Have Learned From “Other” Art Educators

What I Have Learned From “Other” Art Educators Freedman, Kerry The 2004 Studies in Art Education Invited Lecture The Studies in Art Education Invited Lecture is presented at the annual meeting of the National Art Education Association. Each year, the presenter is elected by the Studies in Art Education Editorial Board as a leading scholar […]

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The Critical Response to Andy Warhol

The Critical Response to Andy Warhol Stinespring, John A Ralph Smith (Levi & Smith, 1991) noted that criticism has many functions: “to cultivate artistic perception, to make a reasoned assessment of artistic quality, to improve the intellectual environment in which we think about art, and to appreciate art’s multifarious values” (p. 87). Terry Barrett (1990) […]

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Obituary: Vincent Lanier, 1920-1997

Obituary: Vincent Lanier, 1920-1997 MacGregor, Ronald N Vincent Lanier is no longer with us, and we are all the poorer for it. As news of his death on August 31 spread throughout the art education community, many of those huge numbers who had known him personally, as well as those who were acquainted only with […]

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Beyond Multicultural Art Education: International Perspectives

Beyond Multicultural Art Education: International Perspectives Desai, Dipti D. Boughton and R. Mason (1999). (Eds.). New York: Waxmann Munster. 362 pages. ISBN 3-89325-783-7. What we have learned from postmodernism is that all texts are read from particular social positions and locations, and therefore my reading of Beyond Multicultural Art Education: International Perspectives, edited by Doug […]

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An evolving feminist leadership model for art education

An evolving feminist leadership model for art education Thurber, Frances Art educators have conducted research that has informed art education theory and practice, but this research largely is a record of individual, independent studies that have rarely been replicated; collaborative efforts in related studies and follow-up research have been sparse (Zimmerman, NASA Research Commission, 1993, […]

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Museum Education as Curriculum: Four Models, Leading to a Fifth

Museum Education as Curriculum: Four Models, Leading to a Fifth Vallance, Elizabeth Though art educators in museums and in schools share content fields and professional backgrounds, they operate under quite different practical constraints. The autonomy of museum education, shaped by museums’ missions more than by state guidelines, is part of its appeal as a profession; […]