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Fritts, Lauren – Art Education, 2019
The term "knolling" was first used in 1987 by Andrew Kromelow, then a janitor at Frank Gehry's Santa Monica studio (Heathcote, n.d.). At the time, Gehry, an architect, was designing furniture for Knoll. While cleaning the studio, Kromelow would arrange displaced tools at 90° angles to create an organized surface. Perhaps done out of…
Descriptors: Art Materials, Culture, Artists, Art Activities
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Stauffer, Karla – Art Education, 2019
The purpose of this article is to explore integrating nontraditional classroom art materials and allowing students to make art for nonart spaces. Art programs must stimulate creativity, innovation, and imagination; provide tools the students can use; identify a context the students can experiment within (Chang, 2015; Gude, 2010); and offer the…
Descriptors: Creativity, Art Teachers, Art, Art Education
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Kim, Nanyoung – Art Education, 2019
During the last few years Educational Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA) has increasingly become a hot issue in teacher education programs in the United States. edTPA has become so important for a teacher candidate because many states mandate that candidates pass the test with a state-designated score as a requirement for the initial teaching…
Descriptors: Art Education, Preservice Teacher Education, Performance Based Assessment, Teaching Methods
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Buffington, Melanie L. – Art Education, 2019
In 2015, the mass murder of nine people in a South Carolina church by a White supremacist led to greater public questioning of symbols of the Confederacy. This questioning led to action in the spring of 2017 when four large Confederate monuments were removed in New Orleans, Louisiana, and the citizens of Charlottesville, Virginia, voted to remove…
Descriptors: Art Education, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Art, Current Events
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Burton, David – Art Education, 2019
Unlike other types of research that tend to hone in on narrowly defined problems, demographic research takes the broad view, embracing every aspect of the field of education. It constructs as wide and inclusive a picture of art education as possible. For art educators, it probes deeply into how they relate to art and art education as students, art…
Descriptors: Art, Art Education, Research, Demography
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Briggs, Judith A.; DeLosa, Nicole – Art Education, 2019
This article discusses how a New South Wales (NSW), Australia, visual arts educator, Diane, and her 10th-grade students used art practice as research and visual process diaries to create mini bodies of work. According to Marshall and D'Adamo (2011), art practice as research stresses conceptual and technical skills, uses artwork for…
Descriptors: Visual Arts, Foreign Countries, Art, Art Education
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Fisher, Jennifer – Art Education, 2019
In this study, the author seeks to determine the training, preparation, and confidence of secondary art teachers in working with their high-ability visual artists (HAVAs). HAVAs are identified as students who exhibit behaviors or produce artworks that display a visual artistic aptitude considered well above average for their peer group. The…
Descriptors: High Achievement, Academically Gifted, Secondary School Students, Art
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Schulte, Christopher M. – Art Education, 2019
Children "create stories in their drawings" and in the conversations and play that "surrounds and supplements" this drawing, are important. Indeed, children often engage with drawing as a way to narrate the questions and predicaments they find to be most pressing about themselves, about others, and about the changing world…
Descriptors: Children, Freehand Drawing, Art, Art Education
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Wilson, Gloria J. – Art Education, 2019
The consideration of color/lighting in time-based media resurfaced for the author in the cinematic creation of "Moonlight" (Romanski & Jenkins, 2016), and subsequently in the creation of "If Beale Street Could Talk" (Barnard et al., 2018). She was moved by the thoughtful consideration of color/lighting/editing, which would…
Descriptors: Art, Art Education, Video Technology, Artists
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Bertling, Joy G. – Art Education, 2019
Dewey (1934) defined reflection as "the kind of thinking that consists in turning a subject over in the mind and giving it serious and consecutive consideration" and argued that reflective thought should be an educational aim. Today the importance of reflective thought for students, teachers, and teacher candidates is recognized. Within…
Descriptors: Art, Art Education, Reflection, Visual Learning
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Art Education, 2019
Howard Gardner is a superstar among many art educators. He has written dozens of books, translated into 32 languages, that explore the mind, ethics, education, and the arts. His revolutionary theory of multiple intelligences is still a major influential force today. Gardner grew up in Scranton, Pennsylvania, the son of parents who left wartime…
Descriptors: Art Education, Music, Public Education, Elementary Secondary Education
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Furniss, Gillian J. – Art Education, 2019
This Instructional Resource focuses on the photographic work of Mississippi artist Eudora Welty (1909-2001). Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for "The Optimist's Daughter," Welty lived most of her life in Jackson, Mississippi. She used photography as a way to create visual "snapshots" that fueled her successful writing career of…
Descriptors: Artists, Photography, Visual Aids, Art Education
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Goodwin, Donna; Demetrius, Andrew; Uhrmacher, P. Bruce – Art Education, 2019
Years before the term "visual literacy" came to light in 1969 (Felten, 2008; Reis, 2013), British designer and art educator, Kurt Rowland, wrote, illustrated, and meticulously designed a series of art education textbooks called "Looking and Seeing." The intent was to teach visual awareness in a way that increased the capacity…
Descriptors: Visual Literacy, Art Education, Academic Standards, National Standards
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Van Duinen, Deborah Vriend; Mawdsley Sherwood, Beth – Art Education, 2019
In this article, the authors reflect on their experiences of integrating visual arts, specifically painting, into an English language arts curriculum. Although each of them had previously used art as a response to literature with our students, neither of them had before collaborated with professional artists or been as intentional about…
Descriptors: Art Education, English Instruction, Visual Arts, Literature
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LaJevic, Lisa; Long, Kelsey – Art Education, 2019
Many students are actively involved with social networking sites; they follow friends in virtual worlds and post personal information and photographs online daily. Although they may not realize it, students are publicly "documenting" their private lives on social media to allow others to learn about them. Understanding documentation as a…
Descriptors: Art Education, Documentation, High School Students, Preservice Teachers
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