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ERIC Number: ED239430
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
Pages: 129
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
ISBN: ISBN-0-937652-00-8
Gifted and Talented in Art Education.
Madeja, Stanley S., Ed.
Sixteen author contributed papers focus on exemplary visual arts programs for gifted and talented students. Each program description gives an overview of the program, which includes: goals, student population, location, and a narrative description of the teaching process and course content. Eight papers in the first section review school and community programs: "The Artistically Talented in an Urban Community" (E. Raichle); "Education through Art and Historical Preservation" (L. Sensat, Jr.); "Options for the Artistically Talented" (L. Hanson); "Project Challenge" (S. Sutliff and R. Smith); "CAPP: Creative Art and Printmaking Program" (A. Petrilla); "Extra-Ordinary Art Classes" (C. Jones); "New York City's Music and Art High School" (S. Stember); and "Artistically Talented Program in the Jersey City Schools" (M. Weber and A. Guadadrielo). Section II describes six state and national programs: "The Indiana University Summer Arts Institute" (G. Clark and E. Zimmerman); "Oklahoma's Unique Fine Arts Camp" (J. Nelson); "Seeking the Best: Georgia Governor's Honors Program, Visual Arts" (R. Gassett); "Pennsylvania's Governor's School for the Arts" (C. McGeary and A. Gatty); "The South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts" (P. Dunn and T. Hatfield); and "ARTS/The Program and the Process for Recognition of the Gifted and Talented in the Arts" (C. Dorn); A final section, containing "Serving the Needs of the Gifted through the Visual Arts" (C. Fritz) and "What Happens after the Gifted Program?" (J. Maine and R. Clements), provides commentary on aspects of gifted programming. (CL)
National Art Education Association, 1916 Association Dr., Reston, VA 22091 ($12.50, $10.00 for NAEA members).
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Art Education Association, Reston, VA.