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Shared Treasures: Gifts from Our Ancestors. Northwest Coast Native Art at the Seattle Art Museum. Curriculum Resource Unit. Second Printing.
Ross, Annie; And Others – 1994
This curriculum resource includes a set of 20 color slides with a descriptive script and comprehensive lesson guide. The unit, which is adaptable for use with grades K-12, examines some of the Northwest Coast Native art objects in the Seattle Art Museum's permanent collection and teaches about the art and culture of the indigenous people of the…
Descriptors: Aesthetics, American Indian Culture, Art, Art Criticism
This Is Not the National Curriculum for Art: A Collaborative Project with Children on the Discourses of Art and Education.
de Rijke, Victoria; Cox, Geoff – 1994
This resource, which includes nine colored postcards, offers words and pictures to stimulate classroom discussion of the key issues relating to both the institutions of art and of education. It attempts to challenge and question the current relations of power, hierarchies, and received information in the field of art education. Part 1, "On…
Descriptors: Aesthetics, Art Criticism, Art Education, British National Curriculum
Parks, Nancy Schien; Maxedon, G. Edward – Art Education, 1997
Presents background material, suggested teaching activities, and four color plates illustrating the folk art of the Oceania islands (Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia). The background material is incorporated into an interview with two Oceanic art specialists from Indiana University who discuss the culture of the islands. (MJP)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Values, Aesthetics, Art Education, Art Expression