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Front Matter, Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers In Art Education, No. 11.1 1992 Oct 1992

Front Matter, Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers In Art Education, No. 11.1 1992

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Mentor's Introduction, Stanley Horner Oct 1992

Mentor's Introduction, Stanley Horner

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


How Will Moy, Chantale, Susan And Lola Make It Through Art School?, Mariam Cooley Oct 1992

How Will Moy, Chantale, Susan And Lola Make It Through Art School?, Mariam Cooley

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Mentor's Introduction, Tom Anderson Oct 1992

Mentor's Introduction, Tom Anderson

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


The Development Of A Conceptual Framework And Model For Uncovering Meaning In Contemporary Print Advertising In Secondary Schools, Mary Ruth Smith Oct 1992

The Development Of A Conceptual Framework And Model For Uncovering Meaning In Contemporary Print Advertising In Secondary Schools, Mary Ruth Smith

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Choreography For The Camera: An Historical, Critical, And Empirical Study, Vana Patrice Carter Apr 1992

Choreography For The Camera: An Historical, Critical, And Empirical Study, Vana Patrice Carter

Master's Theses

This study investigates whether a dance choreographer's lack of knowledge of film, television, or video theory and technology, particularly the capabilities of the camera and montage, restricts choreographic communication via these media.

First, several film and television choreographers were surveyed. Second, the literature was analyzed to determine the evolution of dance on film and television (from the choreographers' perspective). Third, shooting and editing theories that maximize kinesthesis were examined.

Three primary conclusions were drawn: (1) Historically, choreographers of critically acclaimed film or television products seemed to understand major principles for shooting and montage; (2) choreographers who expanded their knowledge ...


Tabou, Agnieszka Taborska, Julie Strandburg, Vivienne Cho, Jennifer Delventhal, Yvonne Roe, Yutaka Sho, Tamira Estes, Rosanna Garcia, Mariví González, Diana Brozek, Stephanie Hall, Jennifer Hayward, Dawn Marie, Michelle Regan, James O. Barnhill, Nonie Close, David Duvall, Jay Haon, Christopher Schaie, Michael Weiss, Jeff Southard, Candice Goldfarb, Charity Macdonald, Jennifer Delvanthal, Sylvie Toux, Gabriel Albarelo, Erika Munro, Aaron Abroff, Jay Haon, Olexa, Ian Smith, Ming Gale Feb 1992

Tabou, Agnieszka Taborska, Julie Strandburg, Vivienne Cho, Jennifer Delventhal, Yvonne Roe, Yutaka Sho, Tamira Estes, Rosanna Garcia, Mariví González, Diana Brozek, Stephanie Hall, Jennifer Hayward, Dawn Marie, Michelle Regan, James O. Barnhill, Nonie Close, David Duvall, Jay Haon, Christopher Schaie, Michael Weiss, Jeff Southard, Candice Goldfarb, Charity Macdonald, Jennifer Delvanthal, Sylvie Toux, Gabriel Albarelo, Erika Munro, Aaron Abroff, Jay Haon, Olexa, Ian Smith, Ming Gale

Programs

Program for the fifth annual RISD Cabaret held in the Waterman Building. Design and layout by Nonie Close.


Table Of Contents Jan 1992

Table Of Contents

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Table of contents for The Journal of Social Theory in Art Education, 1992, Number Twelve.


Integrating People Experiencing Disabilities Into Community Arts Events: Model Project And Guidelines, Doug Blandy, Karen Branen, Kristin C. Congdon, Linna Muschlitz Jan 1992

Integrating People Experiencing Disabilities Into Community Arts Events: Model Project And Guidelines, Doug Blandy, Karen Branen, Kristin C. Congdon, Linna Muschlitz

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

People experiencing disabilities, and their advocates, are actively demanding the right to live, work, and recreate in integrated and normalized community settings. Community based art education events will be impacted by this in-process civil rights movement. This article focuses on the means through which art educators can make community art events accessible to people experiencing disabilities. Segregated community events, like the Very Special Arts Festivals, are discussed as they are able to accommodate community integration. Guidelines for creating barrier-free environments are included.


Premises, Promises, And A Piece Of Pie: A Social Analysis Of Art In General Education, Tom Anderson Jan 1992

Premises, Promises, And A Piece Of Pie: A Social Analysis Of Art In General Education, Tom Anderson

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

It is argued that advocates of content-based art education and other art educators who are attempting to move art to the political center of general education are struggling against largely unrecognized social realities. The idea is developed that just as the art world occupies a marginal place in the larger society do does art education in the society's educational institutions. The roots of this marginalization are argued to be in contending; particularly the dearly held notions of creativity and originality which are at the heart of the art world, versus acquiescence and conformity which are held most dear within ...


Art Education’S Movement Toward Core Curriculum Membership, Karen A. Hamblen Jan 1992

Art Education’S Movement Toward Core Curriculum Membership, Karen A. Hamblen

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Art educational at this time provides a unique opportunity to observe and analyze how a field of study presents rationalizations and takes certain actions to acquire some of the more traditional characteristics of general education. The manner in which art testing has been proposed will serve as a specific example of how quantification, accountability, and predictability of learning outcomes are being used to legitimate art study as a discrete discipline with core curriculum status. To examine legitimating characteristics and processes, the following will be discussed: (a) current trends in art education, (b) characteristics of general education, (c) relationships between current ...


Deep-Seated Culture: Understanding Sitting, Karen T. Keifer-Boyd Jan 1992

Deep-Seated Culture: Understanding Sitting, Karen T. Keifer-Boyd

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Similar to the way that our culture influences how we interpret the world, the way that we sit in a chair and the type of chair that we are in positions what we see and how we are seen. Environmental cues communicate information through which we establish context and define a situation (Rapoport, 1982, p. 56). In this paper I examined the ways in which chairs (defined as that which is underneath us when "sitting") and sitting (defined as the infinite ways that we sustain our bodies in a bent position ranging from squatting, kneeling, reclining, or the lotus position ...


Finding Meaning For Postmodernism, John Wilton Jan 1992

Finding Meaning For Postmodernism, John Wilton

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Recent media hype throughout the land has brought wide-spread conversation on the phenomenon known as postmodernism. True to its nature, the media (while propelling the rapid dissemination of the term itself) gives us very little insight into the history/meaning/concepts/origin/definition or effects of the now quite fashionable designation.


The Journal Of Social Theory In Art Education Jan 1992

The Journal Of Social Theory In Art Education

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

No abstract provided.


The Nostalgia Of Art Education: Back To The Future, Part 4, Jan Jagodzinski Jan 1992

The Nostalgia Of Art Education: Back To The Future, Part 4, Jan Jagodzinski

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

To write the impossible, which is impossible to write, requires an excessive gesture.


Commentary: Media, Environment, And Art: A New Agenda For Art Education, Ron Sylva Jan 1992

Commentary: Media, Environment, And Art: A New Agenda For Art Education, Ron Sylva

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Much has been written about what an education in art should be for. We might think more about what an education in art should be against. We live in a world where objects, environments, ideas, and feelings are manufactured for, and merchandized to, people defined as consumers rather than citizens, spectators rather than participants, and users rather than doers. Despite the proclaimed democratic ideals of education and the celebrated independence of the artist's vision, art education has contributed little to the education of independent minded, informed, and empowered human beings.


Reviews: S. Price’S Primitive Art In Civilized Places M. Torgvunick’S Gone Primitive Savage Intellects, Modern Lives, Lorrie Blair Jan 1992

Reviews: S. Price’S Primitive Art In Civilized Places M. Torgvunick’S Gone Primitive Savage Intellects, Modern Lives, Lorrie Blair

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Book review for Primitive Art in Civilized Places, S. Price, the University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1989 and for Gone Primitive: Savage Intellects, Modern Lives, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1990.


Editorial Essay: Marginalia On Marginality And Diversity, Harold Pearse Jan 1992

Editorial Essay: Marginalia On Marginality And Diversity, Harold Pearse

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

The 1992 NAEA Conference in Phoenix highlighted a series of sessions as "'A Celebration of Diversity," a kind of "'conference within a conference," Organized in response to Arizona's decision not to establish an official state holiday in honour of the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, as an alternative to boycotting the convention, the forum provided art educators with an opportunity to explore how issues of diversity and marginality relate to our field. As could be expected, the relationships are diverse, involving not only racial, cultural and ethnic considerations, but also issues involving gender, disability, economics and class ...


Reviews: The Playful City: A Vision Of The City Through The Eyes Of Young Children, Joanne Kurz Guilfoil Jan 1992

Reviews: The Playful City: A Vision Of The City Through The Eyes Of Young Children, Joanne Kurz Guilfoil

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Review of The Playful City Conference Program: The Playful City is a Vision of the city through the eyes of young people. It is not a vision of painted flowers on walls or a city where only children live. It is a fundamental rethinking of how we understand, design, implement and use the urban environment. It is an effort to create a city that meets the needs of all its citizens.


Imagining Imagination: A Phenomenological Study Of Children's Drawings Of Imagination, Robert M. Callahan Jan 1992

Imagining Imagination: A Phenomenological Study Of Children's Drawings Of Imagination, Robert M. Callahan

Educational Studies Dissertations

A phenomenological study of imagination employing "archetypal hermeneutics." The theoretical background for the research comes from the disciplines of Archetypal Psychology and Ontological Design. The research focuses on 296 Kindergarten to fifth grade public school children's drawings of imagination within an educational setting and aims at understanding imagination and its educational value. The research demonstrates that images of imagination are purposeful and intelligible when viewed with imagination, and it provides distinctions regarding imagination's nature. Images seen imaginally were regarded as teachers which deepen learning, the artistic process, and living in the world. Conclusions challenge developmental theories of learning ...


The Relationship Between High Drawing Ability And General Critical Thinking, Edward O. Stewart Jan 1992

The Relationship Between High Drawing Ability And General Critical Thinking, Edward O. Stewart

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Queers, Art And Education, Ed Check Jan 1992

Queers, Art And Education, Ed Check

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Mentor's Introduction, Ron Neperud Jan 1992

Mentor's Introduction, Ron Neperud

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Artists In The Classroom: An Analysis Of The Arts In Education Program Of The National Endowment For The Arts, Constance Bumgarner Jan 1992

Artists In The Classroom: An Analysis Of The Arts In Education Program Of The National Endowment For The Arts, Constance Bumgarner

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Mentor's Introduction, Ron Macgregor Jan 1992

Mentor's Introduction, Ron Macgregor

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Teachers' Art Assessment Practices: Relationship To Expertise, Experience, Beliefs And Confidence, Christa Volk Jan 1992

Teachers' Art Assessment Practices: Relationship To Expertise, Experience, Beliefs And Confidence, Christa Volk

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Mentor's Introduction, Enid Zimmerman Jan 1992

Mentor's Introduction, Enid Zimmerman

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Students' Ways Of Knowing Their Ways Of Knowing: Examples From Art Education, Deborah Smith-Shank Jan 1992

Students' Ways Of Knowing Their Ways Of Knowing: Examples From Art Education, Deborah Smith-Shank

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Mentor's Introduction, Larry Kantner Jan 1992

Mentor's Introduction, Larry Kantner

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Mentor's Introduction, Marilyn Zurmuehlen Jan 1992

Mentor's Introduction, Marilyn Zurmuehlen

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.