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Stephens, Pamela; Fürst, Andrea; Walkup, Nancy – Art Education, 2021
Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928-2000), an artist with different ideas of architecture, envisioned colorful buildings that incorporate organic shapes and forms, irregular patterns, uneven surfaces, and forests that grow from windows and rooftops. As early as the mid-20th century, Hundertwasser dealt with architecture in ways that offered…
Descriptors: Architecture, Building Design, Aesthetics, Color
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de la Luz Leake, Maria – Art Education, 2021
In this article, learning about Native American culture is explored, but culturally sensitive practices also have implications for shaping learning experiences about other cultures. Fortunately, there are reputable and well-thought-out curriculum resources to counter misinformation about Native Americans (Caldwell-Wood & Mitten, 1991; Denver…
Descriptors: American Indian Culture, Art Education, Art, Museums
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Buller, Rachel Epp – Art Education, 2021
Because she has seen students increasingly advocating for social justice and for their intersectional identities, Rachel Epp Buller hoped that developing a new course called Activism, Art, and Design might offer students models of how to leverage art for social change, while also connecting to their institution's values. She is an associate…
Descriptors: Activism, Art Education, Social Justice, College Curriculum
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Kourkoulis, Linda – Art Education, 2021
In constructing a theoretical framework for an art education curriculum of the future, the primary objective is promoting awareness, mutual understanding, and collective responsibility to one another and the world in which we live. In arriving at this framework, the author found direction in the ethicist Kwame Appiah's (2017) suggestion that…
Descriptors: Art Education, Curriculum, Futures (of Society), Educational Trends
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Filbin, Deborah N. – Art Education, 2021
Many scholars and educators are moving toward an anti-oppressive paradigm in art education, transitioning away from imposing norms in an effort to think more creatively about teaching practices and classroom culture (Kraehe, 2019). Reflecting deeper on her position as a White, middle-class, female teacher who taught in an underserved community,…
Descriptors: Art Education, Social Justice, Teaching Methods, Racial Bias
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Miller, Wendy; Cardamone, Ashley – Art Education, 2021
This article shares a curriculum developed by preservice art teachers to encourage 9th-grade art education students to learn and create together, making decorative rain barrels to help their community's future and discover how artmaking can help provide sustainable ways to address ecological challenges related to their local environment. A…
Descriptors: Art Education, Ecology, Social Justice, Conservation (Environment)
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Oommen, Ansel – Art Education, 2021
Ansel Oommen, a medical technologist in New York, at the beginning of the pandemic, was sometimes working alone processing hundreds of samples from all five boroughs, Westchester, and the lower Hudson Valley. After 20 nights of physical and psychological fatigue, he just knew that he had to process his circumstances through art. This would not be…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Disease Control, Microbiology
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Hunter-Doniger, Tracey – Art Education, 2021
The recent popularity of science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) education has begun a new renaissance in education. STEAM education demolishes the silos, and from the wreckage it creates a learning environment that embraces multiple discipline areas within the curriculum and allows content to be fluid rather than rigid, enabling…
Descriptors: Artists, Scientists, Art Education, STEM Education
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Li, Dan – Art Education, 2021
An art curriculum is a composite of cultural expressions, the values and experiences that students and teachers bring with them into the classroom, and the social contexts of the learning environment (Kraehe, 2010). In developing art curricular materials, educators are encouraged to integrate a diversity of cultural perspectives. The contemporary…
Descriptors: Asian Culture, Artists, Art Education, Multicultural Education
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Clumpner, Justin – Art Education, 2021
Designing an art curriculum that emphasizes authentic artmaking, empowers students, and elevates their voices--requires rethinking the way that art educators teach. Art educators must develop curriculum and instruction that embodies three key concepts: (1) inspire student thought; (2) assess students in ways that encourage artistic growth beyond…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, Student Evaluation, Classroom Environment, Student Centered Learning
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Chin, Christina D. – Art Education, 2021
What are Fayum mummy portraits? Why don't more people know about them? And why are they important for art educators to know about and to integrate into their curricula? In this article, the author aims to answer each of these questions.
Descriptors: Portraiture, Art Education, Foreign Countries, Art History
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Manifold, Marjorie Cohee – Art Education, 2021
This article describes findings from two surveys to determine how the modes of learning, processes of making, and aesthetic products made by youth in extracurricular contexts compared or contrasted with learning and making in school-based art education programs. Survey respondents included over 400 adolescents and young adults (ages 14-21) who…
Descriptors: Art Education, Curriculum Development, Art, Art Activities
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Bertling, Joy G.; Hodge, Lynn; King, Shande – Art Education, 2021
Over the past few years, art educators (Cooper et al., 2018; Grodoski, 2018; Taylor, 2017) have begun to embrace data visualization for curricular purposes. In this article, the authors make a case for the inclusion of data visualizations in K-12 art curricula and illustrate a curriculum that focused on introductory data visualization concepts and…
Descriptors: Visualization, Data Analysis, Art Education, Elementary Secondary Education
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Laube, Mary N. – Art Education, 2021
Instructors who teach introductory art studio courses face the task of covering large quantities of diverse content in a short amount of time. Developing material and technical knowledge requires time-consuming practice. Yet these courses are essential for launching a relational studio practice embedded in critical thinking. The awkward leap from…
Descriptors: Studio Art, Introductory Courses, Painting (Visual Arts), Color
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Chin, Christina D. – Art Education, 2021
The Fayum mummy portraits from ancient Greco-Roman Egypt are exceptional in that they are the only surviving classical (ancient Greek and Roman) panel paintings from antiquity and are antecedents of Byzantine icons. Moreover, they hold important implications for art educators regarding multicultural education. They spotlight an exemplary pathway…
Descriptors: Portraiture, Foreign Countries, Painting (Visual Arts), Art Education
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