Studies in Art Education

Studies in Art Education is a journal of research in visual art education. Since it was founded in 1959, it is printed quarterly. The journal is published by the National Art Education Association.Subjects for Studies in Art Education include art and art history and education.

Articles from Vol. 40, No. 1, Fall

A Survey of Graduate Study in Art Education
This is a report on a survey of United States and Canadian graduate programs in art education. The researchers examined responses from 124 graduate art education programs to determine the locations, scope, and nature of graduate programs in art education...
Child Development in Art
Kindler, A. (Ed.). ( 1997). Child Development in Art. Reston, VA National Art Education Association. 210 pages. ISBN 0-937652-77-6. This welcome new anthology includes a wide range of current writing and it tells us much about where we are now with the...
Is All Really Well with Graduate Programs in Art Education?
What is the status of graduate programs in art education today? Have graduate art education programs grown stronger in the last three decades? In 1996, Anderson, Eisner, and McRorie conducted a follow-up study to Eisner's 1963 survey of graduate programs...
Response to "A Survey of Graduate Study in Art Education"
Words like health, healthy, vigor, strong and wide-ranging color the conclusions of Anderson, Eisner, and McRorie's survey. While those terms are reassuring to the art educators who will read this study, I want to take a somewhat critical approach. In...
The Application of Feminist Aesthetic Theory to Computer-Mediated Art
This paper addresses some of the crucial aesthetic issues and concerns brought about by the advenr of digiral media. Utilizing a philosophical approach, I investigate the ways in which computer-mediated are serves to challenge existing Western aesthetic...
The Art in America Radio Programs, 1934-1935
Mass media was an important channel for learning in the early part of the 20th century and was supported by a network of educational and philanthropic institutions. One elaborate radio program was a series titled Art in America, which aired in 1934 and...
The Critical Response to Andy Warhol
Pratt, Alan R., Ed. (1997). The Critical Response to Andy Warhol. Westport, CT Greenwood Press. 306 pages, (ISBN 0-313-29291-4). Ralph Smith (Levi & Smith, 1991) noted that criticism has many functions: "to cultivate artistic perception, to make...
The Getty Education Institute for the Arts
Certain events in the life of a field have major impact on its practitioners, on its direction, and on its position among other fields within the larger domain in which it resides. The creation of the Getty Center for Education in the Arts, now called...
The High School Studio Curriculum and Art Understanding: An Examination
Educational reform movements and legislative mandates increasingly demand greater accountability for student learning. In this study, high school art teachers seek "hard evidence" to support claims that a studio curriculum promotes global understanding...