ERIC Number: ED395866
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995
Reference Count: N/A
Grauer, Kit, Ed.
InSEA News, v2 n2 Aug 1995
Art in context of community is the theme of this newsletter. The theme is introduced in an editorial "Community-Enlarging the Definition" (Kit Grauer). Related articles include: (1) "The Children's Bridge is not Destroyed: Heart in the Middle of the World" (Emil Robert Tanay); (2) "Making Bridges: The Sock Doll Project" (Anami Naths); (3) "Community Arts: Society & Culture" (Maro Socratous Tozzetti); (4) "Teacher Education in Eatonville, Florida: Building on Zona Neale Hurston's Legacy" (Kristin G. Congdon); (5) "Reggio Emilia: Early Childhood Education Links" (Sally A. Meyers); (6) "A Community of Teachers: Anything That Is Worth Doing Is Worth Overdoing" (Enid Zimmerman); (7) "A Community Context into Art Classes" (M. Cristina Biazus); (8) "Educacion Para El Siglo XXI" (Olga Blinder); (9) "The Outing of School Art: Art, Design & Community" (Stuart MacDonald); (10) "A Regina Community Project with National Flavour" (Tanya McElree); and (11) "Community, Identity, & Japanese Aesthetics: Culture of Being 'cute' (Kawaii)" (Itsuro Ikeuchi). This issue also contains a special homage to Eleanor Hipwell. (NP)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Values, Art Education, Art Therapy, Built Environment, Childrens Art, Clothing Design, Community Education, Cultural Context, Early Childhood Education, Foreign Countries, Japanese Culture, Multicultural Education, Refugees, Reggio Emilia Approach, School Community Relationship, Teacher Education, Visual Arts, War
InSEA, P.O. Box 1109, 6801 BC Arnhem, The Netherlands.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: International Society for Education through Art, Arnhem (Netherlands).
Identifiers - Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina; Croatia