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Davis Art
2014 Catalog
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School Arts Magazine Index 2009-2010
 
Magazine Index
August/September 2009–May/June 2010
Glossary of Department Titles
ADV Advocacy
AEO ArtEd Online
CC ClipCards
EC Editor’s Comments
LL Looking and Learning
MA Managing the Artroom
MM Museum Musings
MIN Meeting Individual Needs
NTSG New Teacher Survival Guide
POV Point of View
T Technology
WEB Online Articles
  Meeting Individual Needs
Accelerate! Jan., p. 12
Adapting Art Lessons Is a Learned Skill. Oct., p. 18
An Inspiration to All. Aug./Sept., p. 14
Modifying Art for a Purpose. May/June, p. 12
World Autism Awareness Day. Apr., p. 2

Middle School Studio Lessons
A Haunted Garden. Oct., p. 42
Andy Goldsworthy and the Outdoor Classroom. Oct., p. 23
Architecture & Environment. Jan., p. 34
Art of John Biggers, The. Feb., p. 36
Artistic License. Aug./Sept. (WEB)
Creating with the 4 Essential Questions. Oct., p. 34
Figurative Language Represented in Art. Nov., p. 30
Food That Fools the Eye. Aug./Sept., p. 26
Global Seed Vault Project, The. Mar. (WEB)
Green Man, The. Mar., p. 36
Historical Collage Drawings. Feb., p. 30
Houses Made of Clay. Jan. (WEB)
Jeweled Boxes. Aug./Sept., p. 34
Journey: A Service Learning Mural. Dec., p. 30
Landscape in a Lacquer Box. Mar., p. 29
Leftover Eighth-Grade Circus, The. Apr. (WEB)
Mardi Gras Revelers. Feb. (WEB)
Monochromatic Names. Aug./Sept., p. 40
No Kiln, No Problem! May/June (WEB)
Painted Stained-Glass Windows. Oct. (WEB)
Patchwork with an Environmental Twist! Apr., p. 42
Pirated Art. Nov. (WEB)
Printing Ancient Terracotta Warriors. May/June, p. 26
Rain Forest Murals. May/June, p. 38
Recycled Renaissance. Apr., p. 48
Teaching Creative Thinking Through Architectural Design. Jan., p. 24
Travel Blankets. Dec., p. 34
Underwater Wonders. Mar. (WEB)
Weaving Bolivian Chuspas. Dec. (WEB)

Mixed Media
A Curandera of Art. Apr., p. 40
A Gnome of Your Own. Jan., p. 40
Anti-Trash Costume Bash, The. Apr., p. 44
Building a Better Birdhouse. Jan., p. 21
Clay Animals and Their Habitats. Mar., p. 50
Dale Chihuly: An Inspiration in Art, Science, and Math! Nov., p. 32
Going Green. Apr., p. 30
Historical Collage Drawings. Feb., p. 30
Landmark Mixed-Media Collage. Dec., p. 38
Landscape in a Lacquer Box. Mar., p. 29
Patchwork with an Environmental Twist! Apr., p. 42
Playing with Their Heads. Oct., p. 38
Spectacular Sunflowers. May/June, p. 34
Visualizing Music. Nov., p. 34
What Makes Your Wheels Turn? May/June, p. 19
Year of the Pond, The. Apr., p. 38

Multicultural and Global Connections
A Curandera of Art. Apr., p. 40
A Neighborhood Story. Dec., p. 19
Figurative Language Represented in Art. Nov., p. 30
Global Art Initiative, The. Feb., p. 12 (ADV)
Green Man, The. Mar., p. 36
Haiti House Project, The. May/June, p. 24
Jeweled Boxes. Aug./Sept., p. 34
Landmark Mixed-Media Collage. Dec., p. 38
Landscape in a Lacquer Box. Mar., p. 29
Out of Africa. Dec., p. 36
Papier-Mâché Urns. Feb., p. 22
Plaster Relief Carving. Apr., p. 46
Printing Ancient Terracotta Warriors. May/June, p. 26
Rain Forest Murals. May/June, p. 38
Recycled Renaissance. Apr., p. 48
Skin Prints. May/June (WEB)
Travel Blankets. Dec., p. 34
Walking in My Shoes. Feb., p. 19
With a Little Help From Japan. Dec., p. 32
Words for a Better World. Oct., p. 40
Year of the Pond, The. Apr., p. 38

Museum Musings
Art for All. Apr., p. 14
Fiber Celebrations of Joy. Jan., p. 14

New Teachers
Finding and Following Your Bliss. Aug./Sept. (WEB/NTSG)
Finding the First (Right) Job. Oct. (WEB/NTSG)
How I Got a Job. May/June, p. 14 (POV)
Interviewing Faculty, Staff, and Administration. Apr. (WEB/NTSG)
Interviewing the Community. May/June (WEB/NTSG)
Interviewing the School. Mar. (WEB/NTSG)
Non-Verbal Clues and the Job Interview. Feb. (WEB/NTSG)
Preparing a Portfolio. Dec. (WEB/NTSG)
Preparing a Winning Résumé. Nov. (WEB/NTSG)
Ten Tips for an Effective Job Application. Jan. (WEB/NTSG)

Painting
A Neighborhood Story. Dec., p. 19
Fabulous Fall Foliage. Oct., p. 33
Fantastic Fauve Faces. Feb., p. 29
Interconnected by Design. Nov., p. 17
Journey: A Service Learning Mural. Dec., p. 30
Monochromatic Names. Aug./Sept., p. 40
Our Town. Jan., p. 36
Perspective Louisville Style. Jan., p. 31
Rain Forest Murals. May/June, p. 38
Saving Sea Turtles. Apr., p. 25
Skin Prints. May/June (WEB)
Super Silkscreening. Oct., p. 36
There’s More to Color than Red, Yellow, and Blue. Oct., p. 16 (POV)
Travel Blankets. Dec., p. 34
Words for a Better World. Oct., p. 40

Photography
A Conversation with Carrie Mae Weems. Apr., p. 28
Andy Goldsworthy and the Outdoor Classroom. Oct., p. 23
Digital Calendars. Dec., p. 12 (T)
Digital Photography for Elementary Students. Oct., p. 11 (T)
Digitally Manipulated Self-Portraits. Feb., p. 14 (T)
Interconnected by Design. Nov., p. 17
Perspective Louisville Style. Jan., p. 31
Visualizing Music. Nov., p. 34

Point of View
A Teacher’s Education in Kilns. Dec., p. 14
Home Depot Saved My Sanity. Jan., p. 16
How I Got a Job. May/June, p. 14
Nature Labs on Your Doorstep. Mar., p. 12
There’s More to Color than Red, Yellow, and Blue. Oct., p. 16

Portfolio
Art Competition Encourages Student Dreams. Apr., p. 37
Portfolio Preparation Tips for Teachers, Part 2. Aug./Sept., p. 36

Sculpture, Assemblage, and 3-D Design
A Curandera of Art. Apr., p. 40
A Gnome of Your Own. Jan., p. 40
Andy Goldsworthy and the Outdoor Classroom. Oct., p. 23
Architectural Tops. Jan., p. 38
Architecture & Environment. Jan., p. 34
Building a Better Birdhouse. Jan., p. 21
Calm, Cool, and Comfortable in Clay. May/June, p. 40
Clay Animals and Their Habitats. Mar., p. 50
Connecting to Nature. Mar., p. 22
Creating with the 4 Essential Questions. Oct., p. 34
Dale Chihuly: An Inspiration in Art, Science, and Math! Nov., p. 32
Defined by Word and Space. May/June, p. 36
Design in Relief. Aug./Sept., p. 21
Figurative Language Represented in Art. Nov., p. 30
Food That Fools the Eye. Aug./Sept., p. 26
Landscape in a Lacquer Box. Mar., p. 29
Large-Scale Mosaics. Mar., p. 32
No Kiln, No Problem! May/June (WEB)
Out of Africa. Dec., p. 36
Papier-Mâché Urns. Feb., p. 22
Plaster Relief Carving. Apr., p. 46
Recycled Renaissance. Apr., p. 48
Tanagrams: Puzzles of Art. Nov., p. 20
Teaching Creative Thinking Through Architectural Design. Jan., p. 24
Terrace Town. Apr., p. 50
Visualizing Music. Nov., p. 34
Wings of Stretched Metal. Mar., p. 30
With a Little Help From Japan. Dec., p. 32
Year of the Pond, The. Apr., p. 38

Teacher-Student Portfolio
Amy Sue McPartlan & Jessica Vitucci. Aug./Sept., p. 18
Cindy Redmon & Amy Williams. Feb., p. 16
Debi West & Allison Eddy. Apr., p. 22
Joe Schwartz & Mary Lynn. May/June, p. 16
MingYon Blackwell & Daniel Clifford. Nov., p. 14
Sally Taylor & Lacy Bennett. Dec., p. 16
Susan Aitken & Elizabeth Aitken. Mar., p. 16
Sydell Glasser & Laura Murray. Oct., p. 20
William Adkins & Desiree Rios. Jan., p. 18

Teaching Theory and Practice
Architecture and Environment. Jan., p. 34
Art as Social Concern. Feb., p. 32
Art of John Biggers, The. Feb., p. 36
Chicken Art. Nov., p. 28
Connecting to Nature. Mar., p. 22
Fantastic Fauve Faces. Feb., p. 29
Positive Reinforcement Strategies for the Artroom. Oct., p. 14
Questor’s Questions. Oct., p. 44
Spaces Between the Lines. Mar., p. 19
Sweet & Simple Clay Hearts. Feb., p. 34
Teaching Creative Thinking Through Architectural Design. Jan., p. 24

Technology
A Conversation with Carrie Mae Weems. Apr., p. 28
Digital Calendars. Dec., p. 12
Digital Photography for Elementary Students. Oct., p. 11
Digitally Manipulated Self-Portraits. Feb., p. 14
Perspective Louisville Style. Jan., p. 31
Smart Pencils. Aug./Sept., p. 8
Swept Away. Nov. (WEB)
Technology Tips for the Coming Year. Aug./Sept., p. 28 (AEO)

Authors
Adamson, Kay. Jan. (WEB); Mar., p. 50
Adkins, William. Jan., p. 18
Aitken, Elizabeth. Mar., p. 16
Aitken, Susan. Mar., p. 16
Andre, Linda. Aug./Sept., p. 28 (LL); Oct., p. 29 (LL); Nov., p. 23 (LL); Dec., p. 25 (LL); Jan., p. 27 (LL); Feb., p. 25 (LL); Mar., p. 25 (LL); Apr., p. 14 (MM), p. 33 (LL); May/June, p. 29 (LL)
Armstrong, Wendy. Apr., p. 48
Arney, Suzanne Smith. Jan., p. 14 (MM
) Ayers, Ann. May/June, p. 24
Baggett, Paige V. Oct., p. 33; Feb. (WEB)
Baldauf, Annemarie. Oct. (WEB)
Bennett, Lacy. Dec., p. 16
Berg, Laurie. Feb., p. 12 (ADV)
Bickett, Marianne. Nov., p. 28
Billington, Lisa. Feb., p. 30
Blackwell, MingYon. Nov., p. 14
Bobick, Bryna. Nov. (WEB)
Brisco, Nicole. Oct., p. 10 (CC); Nov., p. 12 (ADV); Dec., p. 10 (CC); Mar., p. 10 (CC); Apr., p. 10 (CC), p. 30; May/June, p. 36
Broom, Laura. Jan., p. 12 (MIN)
Bundy, Jacqui. Feb. (WEB)
Burt, Carol. Dec., p. 14 (POV)
Campbell, Meagan. Apr., p. 16 (MA)
Caouette, Ralph. Mar., p. 12 (POV)
Carter, Mary. Nov. (WEB)
Castro, Aileen. Jan. (WEB)
Childress, Rita. Apr., p. 42
Clifford, Daniel. Nov., p. 14
Clyne-Ruch, Denise. Oct., p. 36; Feb., p. 10 (CC)
Conlisk, Eileen. Nov. (WEB)
Cotner, Teresa. Jan., p. 24
Coy, Mary. Aug./Sept., p. 34; Oct., p. 34; Dec., p. 34; Feb., p. 36; Mar. (WEB)
Dalton, Jane. Dec. (WEB)
Dean, Erin. Apr. (WEB)
Delahunt, Michael. Jan., p. 34
DeSimone, Jana. Oct., p. 42
Devenney, Mary. Aug./Sept., p. 44
DiJulio, Betsy. Oct., p. 26; Jan., p. 10 (CC); Feb, p. 10 (CC); May/June, p. 10 (CC), p. 19
Dock, Michelle Nichols. Oct., p. 44
Doyle, Joey. Nov., p. 12 (ADV)
Eddy, Allison. Apr., p. 22
Eldridge, Laurie. Oct., p. 44
Erickson, Mary. Oct., p. 44; Jan., p. 3
4 Fee, Brenda. Nov., p. 20
Fox, Shari. Mar. (WEB)
Franklin, Ranella. May/June, p. 12 (MIN)
Fuglestad, Tricia. Nov., (WEB/T)
Furniss, Gillian. Apr., p. 20 (MIN)
Gadecki, Victoria L. May/June, p. 26
Gartel, Laurence. Apr., p. 37
Gerrish, Michael. Dec., p. 19
Giampietro, Megan. Feb. (WEB)
Giles, Rebecca M. Oct., p. 33; Feb. (WEB)
Gilman, Lisa. Dec., p. 30
Goobich, Joel. Oct., p. 16 (POV)
Goodwin, Donna. Aug./Sept. (WEB)
Gray, Elicia. Nov. (WEB)
Gray, Sharon. Nov. (WEB)
Hester, Vickie. Apr., p. 46
Hinshaw, Craig. Aug./Sept., p. 10 (CC); Dec., p. 22; Apr., p. 38
Hodge, Stephanie. Feb., p. 32
Holt, Chris. Jan., p. 40
Hornbrook, Lee. Mar. (WEB)
Horst, Carol. Aug./Sept. (WEB); Nov., p. 17
Hubbert, Beth. Nov., p. 32; Dec., p. 38
Hughes, Rama. Aug./Sept., p. 42; Mar. (WEB)
Hunter-Doniger, Tracey. Oct., p. 10 (CC); Dec., p. 10 (CC)
Hunter-Lombardi, Brooke. Aug./Sept., p. 36
Huseman-Lindsey, Marie. May/June (WEB)
Jeffers, Mairen. Mar., p. 10 (CC)
Jeon, Kijeong. Jan., p. 24
Johnson, Deborah. Aug./Sept. (WEB)
Katter, Eldon. Oct., p. 8 (ADV); Apr., p. 18 (ADV); May/June, p. 11 (ADV)
Kavanaugh, Stacey. Oct. (WEB)
Kirker, Sara Schmickle. Aug./Sept., p. 38; Oct., p. 10 (CC); Jan., p. 10 (CC); Mar., p. 10 (CC); May/June, p. 10 (CC)
Kleiner, Cheryl. May/June, p. 38
Kleinman, Marla. Feb., p. 22
Krug, Veronica. Jan., p. 16 (POV)
Larson, Karen. Mar. (WEB)
Long, Caroline. Aug./Sept., p. 10 (CC); Nov., p. 10 (CC); Apr. (WEB)
Lott, Debra. Jan., p. 31; Mar., p. 19
Mahoney, Ellen. Jan., p. 38
Main, Marisa J. Aug./Sept., p. 14 (MIN), p. 40; Oct., p. 18 (MIN); May/June, p. 10 (CC)
Malm, Susannne. Aug./Sept., p. 33
Malone-Smith, Katharine. May/June, p. 14 (POV)
Martin, Rebecca. Mar., p. 34
McClure, Connie. Jan., p. 36
McMillan, Ellen. May/June, p. 24
McMillan, Liberty. May/June, p. 24
McNeece, Molly. May/June, p. 34
Melvin, Samantha. Feb., p. 12
Moseley, Kelsey. Apr, p. 10 (CC)
Mulkey, Mary McNamara. Aug./Sept., p. 33
Navah, Jan. Jan., p. 21
Neckers, Matt. Oct., p. 11 (T)
Nelken, Miranda. Mar., p. 30
Nessom, Jennifer. Feb., p. 29
Nicolaisen, Lynn. Aug./Sept., p. 10 (CC)
Nitzberg, Kevan. Feb., p. 14 (T)
O’Connell, Ken. Apr., p. 16 (MA)
Overby, Alexandra. Nov., p. 34
Passmore, Kaye. Apr., p. 28
Pellegrino, Joann. Dec. (WEB)
Pierce, Brian. Aug./Sept., p. 21
Pivelis, Lisa. Dec., p. 12 (T)
Polin, Marilyn Traeger. Aug./Sept., p. 8 (T)
Purcell, John. Dec., p. 32
Redmon, Cindy. Feb., p. 16
Reist, Kay M. May/June, p. 33
Rios, Desiree. Jan., p. 18
Roland, Craig. Aug./Sept., p. 28 (AEO); Oct., p. 28 (AEO); Nov. p 22 (AEO); Dec., p. 24 (AEO); Jan., p. 26 (AEO); Feb., p. 24 (AEO); Mar., p. 24 (AEO); May/June, p. 28
Roles-Walter, Jennie. May/June (WEB)
Rubin, Mary. Aug./Sept., p. 24
Sabin, Heather. Apr., 50
Sacco, Michael. Oct., p. 23
Salia, Hannah. Feb., p. 19
Sandagata, Emily. Aug./Sept., p. 10 (CC), p. 12 (MA); Jan., p. 10 (CC); Feb., p. 10 (CC); May/June (WEB)
Sandagata, Robb. May/June (WEB)
Santa, Debra Dalla. Oct., p. 41
Savage, Martha. Mar., p. 14 (MA), p. 29
Serre, Camille M. Aug./Sept., p. 26
Shafer, Jaime. Mar., p. 32
Skophammer, Karen. Nov., p. 10 (CC); Dec. (WEB); May/June, p. 10 (CC)
Sorrells, Fred. Feb., p. 12 (ADV)
Stephani, Thomas. Dec. (WEB)
Stephens, Pam. Aug./Sept. (WEB/NTSG); Oct. (WEB/NTSG), p. 46; Nov. (WEB/NTSG); Dec., p. 29 (WEB/NTSG); Jan. (WEB/NTSG); Feb. (WEB/NTSG); Mar., p. 23 (WEB/NTSG); Apr. (WEB/NTSG); May/June (WEB/NTSG)
Stevens, Lori. Oct., p. 38
Stokrocki, Mary. Apr., p. 44
Stoller, Zach. Apr., p. 32 (AEO)
Stylianou, Xanthippi Cynthia. May/June, p. 40
Suitor, Cheryl. Jan. (WEB)
Sweeney, Debra. Dec., p. 8
Taylor, Emily. May/June (WEB)
Taylor, Sally. Dec., p. 16
Tracy, Kayla. Oct., p. 10 (CC)
Tucker, Maggie. Apr. (WEB)
Urband, Susan. Dec., p. 8
Vieth, Ken. Nov., p. 8 (MA)
Walkup, Nancy. Aug./Sept., p. 3 (EC), p. 56; Oct., p. 3 (EC), p. 14 (MA); Nov., p. 3 (EC), 10 (CC); Dec., p. 3 (EC), p. 10 (CC); Jan., p. 3 (EC), p. 10 (CC), p. 42; Feb., p. 3 (EC), p. 10 (CC), p. 38; Mar., p. 3 (EC), p. 10 (CC), p. 38; Apr., p. 3 (EC), p. 10 (CC); May/June, p. 3 (EC)
Wallach, Michele. Nov., p. 30
Warwick, Sharon. Apr., p. 40
Wash, Emily. Nov., p. 10 (CC)
Watson-Newlin, Karen. Mar., p. 36
Wayne, Dale. Aug./Sept. (WEB)
Wells, Julie. Dec., p. 10 (CC)
West, Debi. Apr., p. 22
Wheeler, Liz. Nov. (WEB)
White, Heather. Feb., p. 11 (ADV), p. 34
Wilbert, Nancy Corrigan. Dec., p. 36; Feb. (WEB)
Williams, Amy. Feb., p. 16
Wolfe, Linda. May/June, p. 22
Yacovelli, Gina. Apr., p. 25

Advocacy
Arts Are Big in Texas, The. Aug./Sept., p. 16
Art Advocacy Resources. Feb., p. 24 (AEO)
Art Education and the Professional Learning Community. Mar., p. 11
Art as Social Concern. Feb., p. 32
Art: It’s as Simple as That. Apr., p. 18
Connecting the Dots. May/June, p. 11
Connecting to Nature. Mar., p. 22
Global Art Initiative, The. Feb., p. 12
In Search of Bulletin Board Ideas. Mar., p. 14 (MA)
New Face of Art Education, The. Nov., p. 12
Our Enchanted Art Adventure. Dec., p. 8
Ten Talking Points for Art Education. Oct., p. 8
World Autism Awareness Day. Apr., p. 20 (MIN)

All Levels Studio Lessons
A Conversation with Carrie Mae Weems. Apr., p. 28
A Curandera of Art. Apr., p. 40
An Aesthetic Puzzle. Oct., p. 46
Connecting to Nature. Mar., p. 22
Fundred Dollar Bill Project. Aug./Sept., p. 24
Haiti House Project, The. May/June, p. 24
How to Draw a Comic. Mar. (WEB)
In the Art Groove! Aug./Sept., p. 44
No Money? Write a Winning Grant Proposal. Dec., p. 29
Questor’s Questions. Oct., p. 44
Reading, Writing, and Art. May/June, p. 33

ArtEd Online
Art Advocacy Resources. Feb., p. 24
Art Museum Hop. Oct., p. 28
Art of the Animal. Mar., p. 24
Creating a Green Artroom. Apr., p. 32
Exploring the Built Environment Online. Jan., p. 26
Exploring the Web with LiveBinders. May/June, p. 28
Funding Opportunities for Art Teachers. Nov., p. 22
Technology Tips for the Coming Year. Aug./Sept., p. 28
Tweets of Wisdom. Dec., p. 24

Art History/Fine Art (See also Looking and Learning)
A Conversation with Carrie Mae Weems. Apr., p. 28
A Curandera of Art. Apr., p. 40
A Slice of American Life. Aug./Sept., p. 38
Art Museum Hop. Oct., p. 28 (AEO)
Art of Camouflage, The. Mar., p. 34
Art of John Biggers, The. Feb., p. 36
Connecting to Nature. Mar., p. 22
Going Green. Apr., p. 30
Large-Scale Mosaics. Mar., p. 32
Perspective Louisville Style. Jan., p. 31
Printing Ancient Terracotta Warriors. May/June, p. 26
Questor’s Questions. Oct., p. 44
Wings of Stretched Metal. Mar., p. 30
Year of the Pond, The. Apr., p. 38

Clay/Ceramics
A Teacher’s Education in Kilns. Dec., p. 14 (POV)
A Thousand Lessons I Want to Teach. Dec., p. 22
Architectural Tops. Jan., p. 38
Calm, Cool, and Comfortable in Clay. May/June, p. 40
Clay Animals and Their Habitats. Mar., p. 50
Creating with the 4 Essential Questions. Oct., p. 34
Funny Fifth-Grade Face Jugs. Aug./Sept., p. 56
Green Man, The. Mar., p. 36
Jeweled Boxes. Aug./Sept., p. 34
Out of Africa. Dec., p. 36
Sweet & Simple Clay Hearts. Feb., p. 34
With a Little Help From Japan. Dec., p. 32
Year of the Pond, The. Apr., p. 38

ClipCards
3-D Animals. Mar., p. 10
A Knight in Shining Armor. Nov., p. 10
A Trophy to Yourself. Aug./Sept., p. 10
Abstract Resist Weaving. Oct., p. 10
America the Beautiful. Dec., p. 10
Collage Flower Designs. May/June, p. 10
Color Wheel Characters. Apr., p. 10
Colossal Collage Portraits. Jan., p. 10
Cultural Still Life. Mar., p. 10
Cyborgs. Aug./Sept., p. 10
Echoing Images. Jan., p. 10
Exploring the Four Seasons. Mar., p. 10
Expressive Site Drawing. Dec., p. 10
Figure Drawing. Jan., p. 10
Figures in Pointillism. Feb., p. 10
Freedom Frisbees. Nov., p. 10
Imaginary Creatures. Nov., p. 10
Lunar Eclipse. Feb., p. 10
Make Your Mark. Jan., p. 10
Making the Cut. Aug./Sept., p. 10
Media Exploration. Apr., p. 10
My ABCs. Nov., p. 10
My Favorite Things. May/June, p. 10
My Favorites. Dec., p. 10
Myth Mosaics. Oct., p. 10
Native American Weaving. Aug./Sept., p. 10
Pattern in Pattern. Mar., p. 10
Recycled Grounds. May/June, p. 10
Self-Portraits with Personality. May/June, p. 10
Tear-a-Bear. Apr., p. 10
Trash to Treasure. Feb., p. 10
Twenty Years. Oct., p. 10
Wire Self-Portraits. Apr., p. 10
Wonderful World of Color. Oct., p. 10
Woodland Creatures. Feb., p. 10
Wrap It Up. Dec., p. 10

Collage/Cut Paper
Adapting Art Lessons Is a Learned Skill. Oct., p. 18 (MIN)
Aerial Perspective Artistry. May/June, p. 22
Architecture & Environment. Jan., p. 34
Art of Camouflage, The. Mar., p. 34
Art of John Biggers, The. Feb., p. 36
Figurative Language Represented in Art. Nov., p. 30
Historical Collage Drawings. Feb., p. 30
Modifying Art for a Purpose. May/June, p. 12 (MIN)
Papier-Mâché Urns. Feb., p. 22
Recycled Renaissance. Apr., p. 48
Visualizing Music. Nov., p. 34
Walking in My Shoes. Feb., p. 19

Crafts
A Gnome of Your Own. Jan., p. 40
Anti-Trash Costume Bash, The. Apr., p. 44
Building a Better Birdhouse. Jan., p. 21
Landscape in a Lacquer Box. Mar., p. 29
Papier-Mâché Urns. Feb., p. 22
Patchwork with an Environmental Twist! Apr., p. 42
Recycled Renaissance. Apr., p. 48
Sweet & Simple Clay Hearts. Feb., p. 34
Wings of Stretched Metal. Mar., p. 30
Year of the Pond, The. Apr., p. 38

Design
A Gnome of Your Own. Jan., p. 40
A Neighborhood Story. Dec., p. 19
A Thousand Lessons I Want to Teach. Dec., p. 22
Anti-Trash Costume Bash, The. Apr., p. 44
Architectural Tops. Jan., p. 38
Architecture & Environment. Jan., p. 34
Art as Social Concern. Feb., p. 32
Art of Camouflage, The. Mar., p. 34
Art of John Biggers, The. Feb., p. 36
Building a Better Birdhouse. Jan., p. 21
Digital Calendars. Dec., p. 12 (T)
Going Green. Apr., p. 30
Green Man, The. Mar., p. 36
Historical Collage Drawings. Feb., p. 30
In the Art Groove! Aug./Sept., p. 44
Interconnected by Design. Nov., p. 17
Journey: A Service Learning Mural. Dec., p. 30
Landmark Mixed-Media Collage. Dec., p. 38
Large-Scale Mosaics. Mar., p. 32
Out of Africa. Dec., p. 36
Patchwork with an Environmental Twist! Apr., p. 42
Plaster Relief Carving. Apr., p. 46
Saving Sea Turtles. Apr., p. 25
Spaces Between the Lines. Mar., p. 19
Sweet & Simple Clay Hearts. Feb., p. 34
Tanagrams: Puzzles of Art. Nov., p. 20
Teaching Creative Thinking through Architectural Design. Jan., p. 24
Terrace Town. Apr., p. 50
Travel Blankets. Dec., p. 34
Visualizing Music. Nov., p. 34
With a Little Help From Japan. Dec., p. 32
Year of the Pond, The. Apr., p. 38

Drawing
A Haunted Garden. Oct., p. 42
A Slice of American Life. Aug./Sept., p. 38
A Thousand Lessons I Want to Teach. Dec., p. 22
Adapting Art Lessons Is a Learned Skill. Oct., p. 18 (MIN)
Art of John Biggers, The. Feb., p. 36
Back-to-School Party Fun. Aug./Sept., p. 33
Chicken Art. Nov., p. 28
Drawing Our ABCs. Aug./Sept., p. 42
Fantastic Fauve Faces. Feb., p. 29
Figurative Language Represented in Art. Nov., p. 30
Fundred Dollar Bill Project. Aug./Sept., p. 24
Historical Collage Drawings. Feb., p. 30
Our Town. Jan., p. 36
Out of Africa. Dec., p. 36
Saving Sea Turtles. Apr., p. 25
Sculpture Sketches in Bloom. Oct., p. 26
Spaces Between the Lines. Mar., p. 19
Teaching Creative Thinking through Architectural Design. Jan., p. 24
Travel Blankets. Dec., p. 34
Walking in My Shoes. Feb., p. 19
What Makes Your Wheels Turn? May/June, p. 19
Wings of Stretched Metal. Mar., p. 30

Early Childhood Studio Lessons
A Gnome of Your Own. Jan., p. 40
Art of Camouflage, The. Mar., p. 34
Chicken Art. Nov., p. 28
Create a Creature. Dec. (WEB)
Drawing Our ABCs. Aug./Sept., p. 42
Fabulous Fall Foliage. Oct., p. 33
Jazzy Instruments. Nov. (WEB)
Kinder Garden. Mar. (WEB)
Pop Penguins. Jan. (WEB)
Sense-sational Snowballs. Feb. (WEB)
Skin Prints. May/June (WEB)
Slithering Snakes. Apr. (WEB)
Spectacular Sunflowers. May/June, p. 34
Sweet & Simple Clay Hearts. Feb., p. 34
Which One Are You? Aug/Sept. (WEB)
With a Little Help From Japan. Dec., p. 32
Year of the Pond, The. Apr., p. 38

Elementary Studio Lessons
A Slice of American Life. Aug./Sept., p. 38
A Thousand Lessons I Want to Teach. Dec., p. 22
Aerial Perspective Artistry. May/June, p. 22
Back-to-School Party Fun. Aug./Sept., p. 33
Building a Better Birdhouse. Jan., p. 21
Calm, Cool, and Comfortable in Clay. May/June, p. 40
Clay Animals and Their Habitats. Mar., p. 50
Dale Chihuly: An Inspiration in Art,
Science, and Math! Nov., p. 32
Fantastic Fauve Faces. Feb., p. 29
Funny Fifth-Grade Face Jugs. Aug./Sept., p. 56
Landmark Mixed-Media Collage. Dec., p. 38
Lured by FISH! Dec. (WEB)
Mixed-Media Scrolls. Nov. (WEB)
Mr. Picasso Head. Feb. (WEB)
Narrative Silhouettes. May/June (WEB)
Our Town. Jan., p. 36
Plaster Relief Carving. Apr., p. 46
Saving Sea Turtles. Apr., p. 25
Scraps of Fabric Collage. Jan. (WEB)
Sculpting Portraits of Character. Aug./Sept. (WEB)
Super Silkscreening. Oct., p. 36
Tanagrams: Puzzles of Art. Nov., p. 20
Terrace Town. Apr., p. 50
Walking in My Shoes. Feb., p. 19
Wings of Stretched Metal. Mar., p. 30
Words for a Better World. Oct., p. 40

Environment and Nature
A Gnome of Your Own. Jan., p. 40
A Haunted Garden. Oct., p. 42
A Neighborhood Story. Dec., p. 19
A Thousand Lessons I Want to Teach. Dec., p. 22
Aerial Perspective Artistry. May/June, p. 22
Andy Goldsworthy and the Outdoor Classroom. Oct., p. 23
Anti-Trash Costume Bash, The. Apr., p. 44
Architecture & Environment. Jan., p. 34
Art as Social Concern. Feb., p. 32
Art of Camouflage, The. Mar., p. 34
Art of the Animal. Mar., p. 24 (AEO)
Building a Better Birdhouse. Jan., p. 21
Chicken Art. Nov., p. 28
Clay Animals and Their Habitats. Mar., p. 50
Connecting to Nature. Mar., p. 22
Creating a Green Artroom. Apr., p. 32 (AOE)
Fabulous Fall Foliage. Oct., p. 33
Going Green. Apr., p. 30
Green Art, Green Earth. Apr., p. 16 (MA)
Green Man, The. Mar., p. 36
Landscape in a Lacquer Box. Mar., p. 29
Large-Scale Mosaics. Mar., p. 32
Nature Labs on Your Doorstep. Mar., p. 12 (POV)
Out of Africa. Dec., p. 36
Patchwork with an Environmental Twist! Apr., p. 42
Rain Forest Murals. May/June, p. 38
Recycled Renaissance. Apr., p. 48
Saving Sea Turtles. Apr., p. 25
Spaces Between the Lines. Mar., p. 19
Spectacular Sunflowers. May/June, p. 34
Terrace Town. Apr., p. 50
Wings of Stretched Metal. Mar., p. 30
Year of the Pond, The. Apr., p. 38

High School Studio Lessons
A Literary Reduction Print. Nov. (WEB)
A Neighborhood Story. Dec., p. 19
Anti-Trash Costume Bash, The. Apr., p. 44
Architectural Tops. Jan., p. 38
Art Competition Encourages Student Dreams. Apr., p. 37
Art as Social Concern. Feb., p. 32
Beautiful Batiks. Mar. (WEB)
Cast Paper Bowls. Apr. (WEB)
Celebrating Mexico’s Day of the Dead. Oct. (WEB)
Defined by Word and Space. May/June, p. 36
Design in Relief. Aug./Sept., p. 21
Digital Calendars. Dec., p. 12 (T)
Egg Meets California Art Standards, The. Aug./Sept. (WEB)
Forget Your Worries. Dec. (WEB)
Going Green. Apr., p. 30
Interconnected by Design. Nov., p. 17
Large-Scale Mosaics. Mar., p. 32
Narrative Silhouettes. May/June (WEB)
Out of Africa. Dec., p. 36
Papier-Mâché Urns. Feb., p. 22
Perspective Louisville Style. Jan., p. 31
Playing with Their Heads. Oct., p. 38
Pop Art Vases. Feb. (WEB)
Portfolio Preparation Tips for Teachers, Part 2. Aug./Sept., p. 36
Sculpture Sketches in Bloom. Oct., p. 26
Spaces Between the Lines. Mar., p. 19
Visualizing Music. Nov., p. 34
What Makes Your Wheels Turn? May/June, p. 19

Interdisciplinary Connections
A Gnome of Your Own. Jan., p. 40
A Neighborhood Story. Dec., p. 19
A Thousand Lessons I Want to Teach. Dec., p. 22
Anti-Trash Costume Bash, The. Apr., p. 44
Architectural Tops. Jan., p. 38
Architecture & Environment. Jan., p. 34
Art as Social Concern. Feb., p. 32
Art of John Biggers, The. Feb., p. 36
Building a Better Birdhouse. Jan., p. 21
Dale Chihuly: An Inspiration in Art,Science, and Math! Nov., p. 32
Drawing Our ABCs. Aug./Sept., p. 42
Figurative Language Represented in Art. Nov., p. 30
Green Art, Green Earth. Apr., p. 16 (MA)
Green Man, The. Mar., p. 36
Historical Collage Drawings. Feb., p. 30
In the Art Groove! Aug./Sept., p. 44
Landmark Mixed-Media Collage. Dec., p. 38
Our Town. Jan., p. 36
Papier-Mâché Urns. Feb., p. 22
Reading, Writing, and Art. May/June, p. 33
Recycled Renaissance. Apr., p. 48
Saving Sea Turtles. Apr., p. 25
Tanagrams: Puzzles of Art. Nov., p. 20
Terrace Town. Apr., p. 50
Travel Blankets. Dec., p. 34
Visualizing Music. Nov., p. 34
Walking in My Shoes. Feb., p. 19
Wings of Stretched Metal. Mar., p. 30
With a Little Help From Japan. Dec., p. 32

Looking and Learning
Charles Henry Demuth, Bicycle Act, Vaudeville. Oct., p. 29
Chinese, Tang Dynasty, Braying Camel. Dec., p. 25
Christopher Dresser, Jardinière. Mar., p. 25
Elizabeth Dewhirk, Adam and Eve. Aug./Sept., p. 29
Félix Vallotton, To Edgar Poe. Feb., p. 25
Helen Frankenthaler, Madridscape. May/June, p. 29
Louis Comfort Tiffany, Flower, Fish and Fruit. Nov., p. 23
Olafur Eliasson, Flower Observatory. Jan., p. 27
Tom Miller, Mardi Gras King. Apr., p. 33

Managing the Artroom
Creating a Green Artroom. Apr., p. 32 (AOE)
Funding Opportunities for Art Teachers. Nov., p. 22
Green Art, Green Earth. Apr., p. 16
Home Depot Saved My Sanity. Jan., p. 16 (POV)
In Search of Bulletin Board Ideas. Mar., p. 14
Marvelous Marbles. Aug./Sept., p. 12
No Money? Write a Winning Grant Proposal. Dec., p. 29
Positive Reinforcement Strategies for the Artroom. Oct., p. 14
Strategies for Organization in Art. Nov., p. 8
 
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