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ERIC Number: ED041533
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-May
Pages: 112
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Art in American Higher Institutions.
Feldman, Edmund Burke, Ed.
This volume of 11 articles contains a comprehensive statement about the visual arts as they are encountered in post-secondary education. The articles are: (1) "Art and the Liberal Arts: A Trivial, Artificial, Irrelevant Antagonism" by Albert Bush-Brown; (2) "The Arts in Higher Education: A Question of Priorities" by Lawrence Dennis; (3) "Access to Art Objects: Museums and the Future" by S. Dillon Ripley; (4) "The Education of the Professional Artist" by Louis Finkelstein; (5) "The Education of the Art Professional: The Designer" by Victor Papanek; (6) "Scholars Today" by Gulnar Bosch; (7) "The Education of Art Professionals: The Teacher" by Jerome Hausman; (8) "Art in Higher Education: Inquiry and Prescription/Institutional Forms and Functions" by Albert Christ-Janer; (9) "The Learning Environment" by John Cataldo; (10) "Art, Government, and the Social Milieu" by Charles M. Dorn; and (11) "Projections: Hopes and Fears" by Edmund Burke Feldman. The common thread running through these articles is the assumption that teaching and learning in the arts will be substantially different in the future from what it has been in the past. (AF)
The National Art Education Association, 1201 Sixteenth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036 ($2.50)
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Authoring Institution: National Art Education Association, Reston, VA.