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Davis Art
2014 Catalog
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School Arts Magazine Index 2008-2009
 
Magazine Index
August/September 2008–May/June 2009
Glossary of Department Titles
AEO ArtEd Online
CC ClipCards
EC Editor’s Comments
LL Looking/Learning
MM Museum Musings
MIN Meeting Individual Needs
POV Point of View
STSG Student-Teacher Survival Guide
T Technology
WEB Online Articles
  Barns of Wisconsin. Nov., p. 42
Blue Willow Story Plates. Jan., p. 42
Cast-Off Creations. Apr., p. 27
The Comic Book Project. Dec., p. 23
Connecting Through the Power of Art. May/June, p. 30
Daily Bread of Our Eyes. Nov., p. 38
Fading Skies. Jan., p. 26
From Mission Statement to Murals. Nov., p. 24
Graphic Storytelling. Apr., p. 36
The Hexagon Project. Mar., p. 38
Inside Larry’s Circle. Jan., p. 48
Introducing the World of Work. Oct., p. 34
Mysterious Beginnings. Feb., p. 42
Right from the Beginning. Aug./Sept., p. 25
Schapiro Shapes. May/June, p. 26
Simple Saucers. Dec., p. 40
Teaching to the Type. Oct., p. 42
The Tree of Life Project. Apr., p. 48
The Visual Identity Project. Oct., p. 64


Mixed Media
Abstract Expressionism and Mark Rothko. May/June, p. 39
Artist Trading Cards. Aug./Sept., p. 48
Colorful Kindergarten Mice. Aug./Sept., p. 44
Coming Full Circle. May/June, p. 23
Fading Skies. Jan., p. 26
Fender Benders. Mar., p. 34
Learning with Armadillo Ray. Mar., p. 24
Message in a Bottle. Nov., p. 40
Transformation and Metamorphosis. Jan., p. 21

Multicultural and Global Connections
Adinkra Banners. Feb., p. 40
Amulets, Milagros, and Ex-Votos. Dec., p. 42
The Art of African Senufo Cloth. Feb., p. 28
Asian Brush Painting. Jan., p. 24
Connecting Through the Power of Art. May/June, p. 30
Design with the World in Mind. Oct., p. 51
Fading Skies. Jan., p. 26
The Hexagon Project. Mar., p. 38
Human Commonalities and Art. Aug./Sept., p. 46
Japan’s Art Truck Scene. Nov., p. 35
The Japanese Art of Kyoketsu-zome, May/June, p. 42
The Kimono. Jan., p. 23
The Natural Beauty of Wabi-Sabi. Jan., p. 30
Sea Turtles, Anacondas, and Mummies, Oh My! Dec., p. 8 (MIN)
Sharing a World Vision. Aug./Sept., p. 28

Museum Musings
The Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. Oct., p. 14
Critter Folk. May/June, p. 14
Deconstructing the Criticism Clich?é. Nov., p. 14
Fieldtrip Extensions. Jan., p. 8


Painting
A to Z with Jasper Johns. Nov., p. 26
Asian Brush Painting. Jan., p. 24
Barns of Wisconsin. Nov., p. 42
Caps for Sale. Dec., p. 35
Community Friendship Fence Mural. Dec., p. 38
Daily Bread of Our Eyes. Nov., p. 38
From Mission Statement to Murals. Nov., p. 24
Funding Art with Art. Dec., p. 36
It’s in the Bag! Aug./Sept., p. 39
Patterned Personality Portraits. Nov., p. 36
Right from the Beginning. Aug./Sept., p. 25
Van Gogh for All Students. Feb., p. 10 (MIN)

Photography
Fieldtrip Extensions. Jan., p. 8 (MM)
Inside Out Studio: Hope Arts Providence Project. Oct., p. 56

Point of View
Addressing the Achievement Gap through Art. Dec., p. 12
Choice-Based Art Education Responds. Aug./Sept., p. 16
Connecting from the Inside Out. Mar., p. 12
Creating Stories About Works of Art. Feb., p. 12
Our Challenge with Discipline. Apr., p. 16
The Value of Art Competitions. Nov., p. 8
Why Teaching Design Matters. Oct., p. 20
Sculpture, Assemblage, and 3-D Design
Albert’s Alphabet. Oct., p. 54
Can the Creativity! Apr., p. 45
Cast-Off Creations. Apr., p. 27
The Children Speak. Oct., p. 36
Go Fly a Kite. May/June, p. 46
Inside Out Studio: Hope Arts Providence Project. Oct., p. 56
Kindergarten Architects. Oct., p. 40
Packing Products: Polystyrene vs. Cornstarch. Apr., p. 46
The Priority Boxes Project. Jan., p. 44
Sea Turtles, Anacondas, and Mummies, Oh My! Dec., p. 8 (MIN)
Wire and Packing Tape Sandwiches. Apr., p. 58
You Cubes. Mar., p. 21


Student Teaching
Becoming a Quality Student-Teacher. May/June (WEB/STSG)
Life Cycles. Nov. (WEB/STSG)
Making Connections: Social Bonding. Dec. (WEB/STSG)
Planning Ahead. Mar. (WEB/STSG)
Planning With Meaning. Aug./Sept. (WEB/STSG)
Recalling the Past to Shape Your Future. Feb. (WEB/STSG)
We All Produce and Consume. Oct. (WEB/STSG)
We All Respond to the Aesthetic. Jan. (WEB/STSG)

Teacher-Student Portfolio
Andrew Katz and Natalie Belkov. Feb., p. 16
Coleen Sweet and Katie Wilson. Oct., p. 25
Faith Jessup and Morgan Everhart. Aug./Sept., p. 18
Gregory J. Barry and Yunxi Fan. Jan., p. 16
Janice Meister and Cecylia Muro. Nov., p. 16
Michelle Surenna and David Shonk. Apr., p. 22
Susan Shelton and Lina Hsaio. May/June, p. 18
Susan Tadlock and Design Rigor. Mar., p. 16
Tracy Ellyn and Amanda Rose. Dec., p. 18


Teaching Theory and Practice
Addressing the Achievement Gap through Art. Dec., p. 12 (POV)
Art and 21st-Century Skills. Oct., p. 8 (ADV)
Choice-Based Art Education Responds. Aug./Sept., p. 16 (POV)
DASH: The Future of Design. Oct., p. 38
The Extraordinary Ken Vieth. Apr., p. 54
How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci. Oct., p. 58
Human Commonalities and Art. Aug./Sept., p. 46
Our Challenge with Discipline. Apr., p. 16 (POV)
Wait! Wait! I Have an Idea! Mar., p. 33
Why Teaching Design Matters. Oct., p. 20 (POV)

Technology
2008–2009 Davis Digital Storytelling Challenge. Aug./Sept., p. 40
Confessions of a Digital Storytelling Teacher. Aug./Sept., p. 14
Designing Skateboards. May/June, p. 40
From Rags to Riches. Oct., p. 29
Re: Design-Changing the Message. Oct., p. 11
Scanner Art. Jan., p. 28
Self-Portrait Avatars. Aug./Sept., p. 30
Storytelling with VoiceThread. Mar., p. 8
Transforming the Meaning of Materials. Apr., p. 20
Virtual Self-Expression. Nov., p. 21
Visions of Music. Oct., p. 66
Web 2.0: The Read Write Web. Dec., p. 14
Yes, You Can Teach Technology in the Art Classroom! Jan., p. 14


Authors
Anderson, Heather. May/June (WEB)
Andrews, David. Aug./Sept. (WEB)
Arnold, Alice. Jan., p. 48
Bae, Jaehan. Apr., p. 34
Baldauf, Annemarie. Nov., p. 8 (POV)
Barnes, Janet. Mar., p. 10 (CC)
Bellet, Laurie. Feb., p. 10 (MIN)
Bertoncin, Jeff. May/June, p. 16 (MIN)
Bitz, Michael. Dec., p. 23
Black, David V. Nov., p. 21
Bobick, Byrna. Aug./Sept., p. 44
Boss, Susan. Apr., p. 50
Bricely, Jodi. Feb. (WEB)
Bringhurst Wells, Julie. Aug./Sept., p. 10 (CC)
Brisco, Nicole. Dec. (WEB); Jan., p. 10 (CC); Feb., p. 8 (CC); Mar., p. 10 (CC); Apr., p. 10 (CC); May/June, p. 10 (CC), p. 23
Brown, Susan. Apr., p. 44 (GC)
Bundy, Jacqui. Feb., p. 21
Burkhauser, Beth. Mar., p. 38
Bush, Barbara Pierce. Aug./Sept., p.33 (LL), p. 37 (GC); Oct., p. 45 (LL), p. 50 (GC); Nov., p. 29 (LL), p. 34 (GC)
Cameron, Louise. Feb., p. 46
Caouette, Ralph. Oct., p. 58; May/June, p. 12 (ADV)
Christopher, Angela V. Dec., p. 14 (T)
Cinkovich, Dianne. Mar., p. 33
Clyne-Ruch, Denise. Nov., p. 10 (CC); Dec., p. 10 (CC); Mar. (WEB)
Cooper-Solomon, Debra. Apr. (WEB)
Coy, Mary. Nov., p. 10 (CC), p. 28; Dec., p. 40; Apr., p. 27
Crosby, Audrey. Jan., p. 8 (MM); Apr. (WEB)
Crowe, John. Aug./Sept., p. 16 (POV)
Dalton, Jane. Jan. (WEB); Feb., p. 28
Douglas, Kathy. Aug./Sept., p. 16 (POV)
Dunn, Tracie. Apr., p. 56
Eiken, Renee. Dec., p. 10 (CC)
Elliott, Heather. May/June, p. 10 (CC)
Ellyn, Tracy. Aug./Sept., p. 10 (CC); Oct., p. 38; Jan., p. 12 (MIN); Feb., p. 42; Apr., p. 10 (CC)
Erickson, Ann R. Oct., p. 54
Fatimi, Safia. Dec., p. 26
Fontes, Kris. Jan., p. 42
Franklin, Ranella. Mar., p. 14 (MIN)
Furniss, Gillian J. Apr., p. 14 (MIN)
Gallagher, Joy. Nov., p. 40
Gebstaedt, Kate. Feb., p. 26
Gerdts, Nadine. Oct., p. 56
Gomez, Aurelia. Dec., p. 42; Feb., p. 40
Granchelli, Kathryn. Oct., p. 10 (CC)
Gurny, Helen Graham. Dec., p. 38
Hadley, Mary Jane. Jan., p. 41
Harmon, Ann Skydell. Dec., p. 8 (MIN)
Hasio, Cindy. Apr., p. 45
Hathaway, Nan. Aug./Sept., p. 16 (POV); Mar., p. 12 (POV)
Hinshaw, Craig. Aug./Sept., p. 10 (CC); Oct., p. 10 (CC); Jan., p. 10 (CC); Apr., p. 52; May/June, p. 10 (CC)
Hirst, Marcia. Mar., p. 33
Hodge, Stephanie. Nov., p. 12 (MIN)
Horst, Carol. Aug./Sept., p. 10 (CC); Oct., p. 10 (CC); Nov., p. 10 (CC); Dec., p. 10 (CC)
Howard, Jim. May/June, p. 40
Hubbard, Kathy. Mar., p. 24; May/June, p. 14 (MM)
Hubbert, Beth. Jan., p. 14 (T)
Hunter-Lombardi, Brooke. Aug./Sept., p. 52
Hutcheson, Brian. Aug./Sept., p. 30, p. 40; Oct., p. 60
Hyer, Margaret. May/June, p. 10 (CC)
Jacobs, Erin. Oct., p. 36
Jaquith, Diane. Aug./Sept., p. 16 (POV)
Jaworski, Joy. Jan., p. 28
Kabbeko, Erica. Oct., p. 51
Katter, Eldon. Apr., p. 18 (ADV)
Katz, Andrew J. Oct. (WEB); Oct., p. 34
Kirker, Sara Schmickle. Nov., p. 26; Dec., p. 44; Jan., p. 10 (CC); Feb., p. 8 (CC)
Klopack, Ken. May/June, p. 46
Labrague, Michelle. Aug./Sept., p. 33 (LL), p. 37 (GC)
Leonard, Stephanie. Apr., p. 10 (CC)
Lindsay, Marie Huseman. Mar., p. 40
Long, Caroline. Nov. (WEB); Feb. (WEB)
Lott, Debra. Jan., p. 21
Main, Marisa. Aug./Sept., p. 12 (MIN); Dec., p. 10 (CC); Mar., p. 10 (CC); May/June (WEB)
Markovich, Joan. Feb., p. 38
McArdle, Kathleen A. Aug./Sept., p. 48
McCluskey, Erin. Mar., p. 27 (LL)
McPartlan, Amy Sue. Aug./Sept., p. 42
Mehta, Shital. May/June, p. 30
Melvin, Samantha. Dec., p. 16 (ADV)
Merrill, Brian Thomas. Nov., p. 24
Milbrath, Sherry. Apr., p. 48
Murphy, Kris. Jan., p. 28
Nelken, Miranda. Mar., p. 34
Nelson, Cindy. Jan., p. 24
O’Connell, Emily. May/June, p. 26
Ohler, Jason. Aug./Sept., p. 14 (T)
Ohnishi, Marissa. Apr., p. 20 (T)
Owen, Barbara Downing. Apr., p. 30
Passmore, Kaye. Aug./Sept., p. 46; Oct., p. 8 (ADV)
Payne, Janet. Aug./Sept., p. 28
Payson, Caroline. Oct., p. 14 (MM)
Pellegrino, Linda. Feb., p. 44
Pendleton, Megan. Mar., p. 10 (CC)
Pinkcombe, Josie. Feb., p. 42
Pliskow, Tia. Jan. (WEB)
Rabinowitz, Sandy. Apr., p. 58
Rachlin, Harvey. Feb., p. 12 (POV)
Rayala, Martin. Oct., p. 4 (EC)
Reser, Barb. May/June, p. 39
Robledo-Diga, Kim. Aug./Sept., p.33 (LL), p. 37 (GC); Oct., p. 45 (LL), p. 50 (GC); Nov., p. 29 (LL), p. 34 (GC); Mar., p. 27 (LL), p. 32 (GC); Apr., p. 39 (LL), p. 44 (GC); May/June, p. 33 (LL), p. 38 (GC)
Roland, Craig. Aug./Sept., p. 32 (AEO); Oct., p. 44 (AEO); Nov., p. 28 (AEO); Dec., p. 28 (AEO); Jan., p. 34 (AEO); Feb., p. 30 (AEO); Mar., p. 8 (T), p. 26 (AEO); Apr., p. 38 (AEO); May/June, p. 32 (AEO)
Root, Susan M. Oct., p. 66
Rudecki, Maryanna. Oct., p. 10 (CC); May/June, p. 28
Ruestmann, Jane. Jan., p. 44
Rulien-Bareis, Kathryb. Oct., p. 17 (MIN)
Russell, Laurie. Jan., p. 12 (MIN)
Sandagata, Emily. Jan., p. 32
Sansone, Kristina Lamour. Oct., p. 64
Savage, Martha. Apr., p. 16 (POV)
Schuster, Donnalyn. Nov. (WEB)
Schwartz, Joe. Oct., p. 20 (POV)
Siciliano, Marianna. Nov., p. 29 (LL), p. 34 (GC); Dec., p. 29 (LL), p. 34 (GC); Jan., p. 35 (LL), p. 40 (GC); Feb., p. 31 (LL), p. 36 (GC)
Silverstein, Barbara. Dec. (WEB)
Simanski, Claire. Dec., p. 12 (POV)
Sio, Betsy Menson. Jan., p. 26; Mar. (WEB)
Sirianni, Amanda. Aug./Sept., p. 50
Sproll, Paul. Oct., p. 4 (EC); p. 62
Starr, Suzanne. Apr., p. 46
Stephens, Pam. Aug./Sept. (WEB/STSG); Oct. (WEB/STSG); Nov. (WEB/STSG); Dec. (WEB/STSG); Jan. (WEB/STSG); Feb. (WEB/STSG); Mar. (WEB/STSG); Apr. (WEB/STSG), p. 32; May/June (WEB/STSG)
Sterling, Joan. Aug./Sept. (WEB)
Stetts, Victoria. May/June, p. 42
Stevens, Lori. Dec., p. 36
Sturdevant, Alexandria. Aug./Sept., p. 39; Oct., p. 40
Surrena, Michelle Flandera. Nov., p. 36; Mar. (WEB)
Sweet, Colleen. Oct., p. 29
Swope, Darcy M. Feb., p. 24; Apr., p. 10 (CC)
Taylor, Tammy. Apr. (WEB)
Tebbetts, Carolann. Oct., p. 52
Tennant-Gadd, Laurie. Oct., p. 64
Terrell, Chelsea. Mar., p. 24
Thompson, John. Apr., p. 36
Tucker, Maggie. Oct., p. 42
Valchuis, Allison. Dec., p. 29 (LL), p. 34 (GC); Jan., p. 35 (LL), p. 40 (GC); Feb., p. 21 (LL), p. 36 (GC); Mar., p. 27 (LL), p. 32 (GC); Apr., p. 39 (LL), p. 44 (GC); May/June, p. 33 (LL), p. 38 (GC)
Valentino, Carla. Mar., p. 21
Van Dexter, Kurt. Oct., p. 32
Vatsky, Sharon. Nov., p. 14 (MM)
Wakeman Wall, Miranda. Oct., p. 11
Walkup, Nancy. Aug./Sept., p. 3 (EC); Oct., p. 3 (EC); Nov., p. 3 (EC), p. 44; Dec., p. 3 (EC); Jan., p. 3 (EC), p. 10 (CC), p. 30; Feb., p. 3 (EC), p. 8 (CC), p. 37; Mar., p. 3 (EC); Apr., p. 3 (EC); May/June, p. 3 (EC)
Wars, Erica. Feb. (WEB)
Warwick, Sharon. Aug./Sept. (WEB); Apr., p. 54
Watson-Newlin, Karen. Aug./Sept., p. 25; Nov., p. 42
Wayne, Dale. Dec., p. 35
Werntz, Helen. Nov. (WEB)
Wesson, Donna. May/June (WEB)
Wheeler, Elizabeth. Aug./Sept., p. 44
White, Heather. May/June, p. 44
Wilbert, Nancy Corrigan. Mar., p. 36
Yarborough, Bill. Jan. (WEB)
Zekos, Ericka. Oct. (WEB)

Advocacy
A Tale of Two Sisters. May/June, p. 12
The ABC Project. Dec., p. 16
Art and 21st-Century Skills. Oct., p. 8
Art Partners for New Orleans. Aug./Sept., p. 50
The Hexagon Project. Mar., p. 38
Why Kids Need Art. Apr., p. 18

ArtEd Online
Building Your Personal Learning Network, Part 1. Mar., p. 26
Building Your Personal Learning Network, Part 2. May/June, p. 32
Exploring Design in the Classroom and Online. Oct., p. 44
Five Ways to Publish on the Web. Jan., p. 34
Learning about Cycles in Art and in Life on the Web. Nov., p. 28
New Museum Sites to See. Aug./Sept., p. 32
Online Art History Timelines. Feb., p. 30
Social Networks for Art Teachers and Students. Dec., p. 28
Think Green: Recycle, Reduce, Reuse! Apr., p. 38

Art History / Fine Art
A Presentation of Painters. Feb., p. 26
Amulets, Milagros, and Ex-Votos. Dec., p. 42
The Bingham Poster Project. Feb., p. 46
Connecting from the Inside Out. Mar., p. 12 (POV)
Creating Stories about Works of Art. Feb., p. 12 (POV)
Deconstructing the Criticism Cliché. Nov., p. 14 (MM)
The Fascination of Tutankhamun. Feb., p. 38
Mysterious Beginnings. Feb., p. 42
Online Art History Timelines. Feb., p. 30 (AEO)
The Talking Art Museum. Feb., p. 21

Clay / Ceramics
Art Partners for New Orleans. Aug./Sept., p. 50
Artist Place Settings. Feb., p. 44
Clay Portrait Boxes. Mar., p. 36
Going Buggy! May/June, p. 44
Inside Out Vessels. Dec., p. 26
Introducing the World of Work. Oct., p. 34
Simple Saucers. Dec., p. 40

ClipCards
A Lesson in Aesthetics. Aug./Sept., p. 10
A Variety of Watches. Jan., p. 10
Altered Book about Me. Apr., p. 10
Atmospheric Perspective. Aug./Sept., p. 10
The Ballet Lesson. Jan., p. 10
Building with Shapes. Jan., p. 10
Craft Stick Houses. Mar., p. 10
Digital Nature Abstractions. Apr., p. 10
Dog Portraits. Oct., p. 10
Double-Sided Hand Sculpture. Nov., p. 10
Earthy Art. Apr., p. 10
Embellished Monoprints. Mar., p. 10
Expression with Line. Dec., p. 10
Found-Object Weaving. Oct., p. 10
Friends Drawing Friends. Feb., p. 8
Groovy Lava Lamps. Nov., p. 10
Ice Paintings. Dec., p. 10
Inspired by Romare Bearden. Apr., p. 10
Introduction to Form. May/June, p. 10
Kinderfrogs. Nov., p. 10
Line Type Designs. Dec., p. 10
Mbiras. Aug./Sept., p. 10
Mexican-Inspired Mirrors. Nov., p 10
Mixed-Media Sunflowers. Mar., p. 10
Mosaic Fan. Feb., p. 8
Mother’s Day Fashion Design. May/June, p. 10
One-Hour Accidental Art. Jan., p. 10
Paper Houses. Oct., p. 10
Pendant Design. May/June, p. 10
Photocopies as Design. Feb., p. 8
Scratch-Paper Animals. Oct., p. 10
Snowmen in a Snowstorm. Dec., p. 10
Styrofoam Creations. May/June, p. 10
Texture Dragons. Feb., p. 8
Unexpected Cats. Aug./Sept., p. 10
You’ve Got the Music in You. Mar., p. 10

Collage / Cut Paper
Collage as a Mirror of Society. Apr., p. 34
The Cycles of Metamorphosis. Nov., p, 44
The Kimono. Jan., p. 23
Mosaic Horses. May/June, p. 28
Right from the Beginning. Aug./Sept., p. 25
Schapiro Shapes. May/June, p. 26
What Would Picasso’s Snowman Look Like? Jan., p. 41

Crafts
Craft in America: Enhancing Daily Experiences. Aug./Sept., p. 22; Shaker Crafts. Oct., p. 26; Celebrating Life Events. Nov., p. 18; Craft Guilds. Dec., p. 20; Paul Stankard, Glass Artist. Jan., p. 18; Jugtown Pottery. Feb., p. 18; Beadworking. Mar., p. 18; Extracting Beauty from Nature. Apr., p. 24; Book Artists. May/June, p. 20
Critter Folk. May/June, p. 14 (MM)
Self-Portrait Tapestries. Aug./Sept., p. 42

Design
An Interview with Julia McCandless, School Arts Designer. Oct., p. 62
The Children Speak. Oct., p. 36
The Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. Oct., p. 14 (MM)
DASH: The Future of Design. Oct., p. 38
Design with the World in Mind. Oct., p. 51
Designing for Play. Oct., p. 60
Designing School Gardens. Oct., p. 32
Designing Skateboards. May/June, p. 40
Exploring Design in the Classroom and Online. Oct., p. 44 (AEO)
From Rags to Riches. Oct., p. 29
How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci. Oct., p. 58
Inside Out Studio: Hope Arts Providence Project. Oct., p. 56
Introducing the World of Work. Oct., p. 34
Kindergarten Architects. Oct., p. 40
Re: Design-Changing the Message. Oct., p. 11
Recycle Runway. Apr., p. 32
The Storyboard. Oct., p. 52
Teaching to the Type. Oct., p. 42
The Universal Design Process. Oct., p. 17 (MIN)
The Visual Identity Project. Oct., p. 64
Visions of Music. Oct., p. 66
Why Teaching Design Matters. Oct., p. 20 (POV)

Drawing
Absolute Self-Expression. May/June, p. 16 (MIN)
Blue Willow Story Plates. Jan., p. 42
The Comic Book Project. Dec., p. 23
Connecting Through the Power of Art. May/June, p. 30
Defining Peace. Mar., p. 40
Designing for Play. Oct., p. 60
Designing School Gardens. Oct., p. 32
Graphic Storytelling. Apr., p. 36
Introducing the World of Work. Oct., p. 34
It’s in the Bag! Aug./Sept., p. 39
Right from the Beginning. Aug./Sept., p. 25
Self-Portrait Avatars. Aug./Sept., p. 30
Self-Portrait Tapestries. Aug./Sept., p. 42
The Storyboard. Oct., p. 52
Where in the World Art You From? Dec., p. 44

Early Childhood Studio Lessons
A to Z with Jasper Johns. Nov., p. 26
Albert’s Alphabet. Oct., p. 54
Caps for Sale. Dec., p. 35
Colorful Kindergarten Mice. Aug./Sept., p. 44
Going Buggy! May/June, p. 44
Kindergarten and Andy Goldsworthy. Apr., p. 52
Kindergarten Architects. Oct., p. 40
Learning with Armadillo Ray. Mar., p. 24
Matisse and a Math Connection. Feb., p. 24
What Would Picasso’s Snowman Look Like? Jan., p. 41

Elementary Studio Lessons
Abstract Expressionism and Mark Rothko. May/June, p. 39
Art Partners for New Orleans. Aug./Sept., p. 50
Asian Brush Painting. Jan., p. 24
The Children Speak. Oct., p. 36
Community Friendship Fence Mural. Dec., p. 38
The Cycles of Metamorphosis. Nov., p, 44
Defining Peace. Mar., p. 40
Design with the World in Mind. Oct., p. 51
Designing for Play. Oct., p. 60
The Fascination of Tutankhamun. Feb., p. 38
Fender Benders. Mar., p. 34
Fun and Functional Shopping Bags. Apr., p. 30
Go Fly a Kite. May/June, p. 46
Googly Eyes. Apr., p. 50
It’s in the Bag! Aug./Sept., p. 39
The Kimono. Jan., p. 23
Message in a Bottle. Nov., p. 40
Mosaic Horses. May/June, p. 28
Packing Products: Polystyrene vs. Cornstarch. Apr., p. 46
The Priority Boxes Project. Jan., p. 44
The Talking Art Museum. Feb., p. 21
Where in the World Art You From? Dec., p. 44

Environment and Nature
A Day in the Life. Apr., p. 56
Can the Creativity! Apr., p. 45
Collage as a Mirror of Society. Apr., p. 34
Colorful Kindergarten Mice. Aug./Sept., p. 44
Connecting Through the Power of Art. May/June, p. 30
The Cycles of Metamorphosis. Nov., p, 44
Designing School Gardens. Oct., p. 32
Fading Skies. Jan., p. 26
Fun and Functional Shopping Bags. Apr., p. 30
Going Buggy! May/June, p. 44
Googly Eyes. Apr., p. 50
Inside Larry’s Circle. Jan., p. 48
Kindergarten and Andy Goldsworthy. Apr., p. 52
Packing Products: Polystyrene vs. Cornstarch. Apr., p. 46
Recycle Runway. Apr., p. 32
Right from the Beginning. Aug./Sept., p. 25
Scanner Art. Jan., p. 28
Sharing a World Vision. Aug./Sept., p. 28
Think Green: Recycle, Reduce, Reuse! Apr., p. 38 (AEO)
Transforming the Meaning of Materials. Apr., p. 20 (T)
The Tree of Life Project. Apr., p. 48

Gallery Cards
Armand G. Winfield, Fork, Knife, Spoon. May/June, p. 38
China, Rank Badge. May/June, p. 38
Cindy Sherman, Covered Tureen with tray: “Madame de Pompadour Nee Poisson.” Feb., p. 36
England, Matchsafe with Perpetual Calendar. Nov., p. 34
England, Plates from Bedsteads, Cots, Etc., Iron and Brass in Four-post, Tent, Canopy and Other Kinds. Oct., p. 50
England, Reading Chair: “Cockfight Chair.” May/June, p. 38
England, The Vernaid Bandage. May/June, p. 38
France, Folding Ruler and Case. Oct., p. 50
France, Perpetual Calendar. Nov., p. 34
Hans Coray, Chair: Landi. Oct., p. 50
Henry Dreyfuss, The Convair Autoplane. Mar., p. 32
Hugh Ferriss, Aviation Building by William Lescaze and J. Gordon Carr Associates for the 1939 New York World’s Fair. Mar., p. 32
Jacob Emmanuel Lamnit, Portable Equatorial Sundial. Nov., p. 34
Japan, Tsuba. Jan., p. 40
Legros du Rumigny, L’Art de la Cöeffure des dames Françoises. Jan., p. 40
Lisa Krohn. Wrist Computer Regional Information and Communication Port (concept model). Mar., p. 32
Marc Newson, Wood Chair. Feb., p. 36
Pietro Camporese the Younger, Design for a Mantelpiece, Chimneypiece. Aug./Sept., p. 37
R. Buckminster Fuller, Design for the Ten-Deck House. Mar., p. 32
Raymond Loewy, Photostat of Plasticine Model of the S-1 Locomotive for the Pennsylvania Railroad. Oct., p. 50
Ren Coulon, Radiator. Aug./Sept., p. 37
Virgil Marti, Bullies. Dec., p. 34
Wilhelm Wagenfeld, Storage container set: Kubus. Dec., p. 34
Willi Kunz, Poster: Spring 1993. Nov., p. 34

High School Studio Lessons
A Day in the Life. Apr., p. 56
The Art of African Senufo Cloth. Feb., p. 28
Artist Place Settings. Feb., p. 44
Can the Creativity! Apr., p. 45
Clay Portrait Boxes. Mar., p. 36
Collage as a Mirror of Society. Apr., p. 34
Coming Full Circle. May/June, p. 23
Designing Skateboards. May/June, p. 40
From Rags to Riches. Oct., p. 29
Funding Art with Art. Dec., p. 36
Inside Out Studio: Hope Arts Providence Project. Oct., p. 56
Inside Out Vessels. Dec., p. 26
Patterned Personality Portraits. Nov., p. 36
Portfolio Preparation Tips for Teachers. Aug./Sept., p. 52
Scanner Art. Jan., p. 28
Self-Portrait Avatars. Aug./Sept., p. 30
Self-Portrait Tapestries. Aug./Sept., p. 42
The Storyboard. Oct., p. 52
Transformation and Metamorphosis. Jan., p. 21
Virtual Self-Expression. Nov., p. 21
Visions of Music. Oct., p. 66
You Cubes. Mar., p. 21

Interdisciplinary Connections
The Comic Book Project. Dec., p. 23
Creating Stories About Works of Art. Feb., p. 12 (POV)
The Cycles of Metamorphosis. Nov., p, 44
Designing School Gardens. Oct., p. 32
Introducing the World of Work. Oct., p. 34
Inside Larry’s Circle. Jan., p. 48
Matisse and a Math Connection. Feb., p. 24
Message in a Bottle. Nov., p. 40
Visions of Music. Oct., p. 66
Where in the World Art You From? Dec., p. 44

Looking and Learning
Fernando and Humberto Campana. Trans . . . Chair. Apr., p. 39
George Nelson and Associates, Atomic Wall Clock. Nov., p. 29
Geraldine Clyne, The Jolly Jump-Ups Journey through Space. Mar., p. 27
Henry Dreyfuss, Telephone Model 302. Dec., p. 29
Henry Dreyfuss, Thermostat: T86 Round. Aug./Sept., p.33
Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution. Oct., p. 45
John Henry Belter, Side Chair. Feb., p. 31
Simon Frostick and Alan McLeod, Bioimplantible device for reconstructive shoulder surgery. May/June, p. 33
Walter Dorwin Teague and Walter Dorwin Teague, Jr., The Marmon Sixteen. Jan., p. 35

Meeting Individual Needs
Absolute Self-Expression. May/June, p. 16
Different Ways of Being Human. Apr., p. 14
Differentiating Art Instruction. Nov., p. 12
First Days. Aug./Sept., p. 12
Partners in Art. Mar., p. 14
Sea Turtles, Anacondas, and Mummies, Oh My! Dec., p. 8
The Universal Design Process. Oct., p. 17
Van Gogh for All Students. Feb., p. 10
The Vivid Visual World of Vivienne Crews. Jan., p. 12

Middle School Studio Lessons
A Presentation of Painters. Feb., p. 26
Artist Trading Cards. Aug./Sept., p. 48
 
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