Volume Index: Vol. 131, February-June 2002

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Volume Index: Vol. 131, February-June 2002


In every January and June/Summer issue, ARTS & ACTIVITIES publishes a Volume Index. The Index lists, by category and author, the articles that ran during a particular five-issue volume. We recommend that you photocopy the Volume Indexes and keep them in a binder for reference when leaking for articles and information dealing with a particular topic, medium, artist, art technique, etc.

 
ART APPRECIATION/ART HISTORY 
About Face: The Hundertwasser Project, Mar., p. 30 
Art Across the Curriculum: Fundamentalism in Art, June, p. 34 
Art Across the Curriculum: A Plot in Paradise, Feb., p. 42 
Clay Corner: Thinking Visually ... An Interview with Scott 
   Bennett, Apr., p. 40 
Going for the Bronze: A Study of Frederic Remington's 
   Sculptures, May, p. 26 
It's a Wrap! A Study of Installations, Mar., p. 34 
Joys & Mysteries ... An Interview with Debra W. Fritts, 
   Feb., p. 22 
Learning from Exhibitions: A Brush with History ... Paintings 
   from the National Portrait Gallery, Feb., p. 45 
Learning from Exhibitions: Chicano, May, p. 44 
Learning from Exhibitions: Red Grooms ... Selections from 
   the Graphic Work, June, p. 22 
Matisse Magic, May, p. 42 
A Monet Garden Installation: A Momentary Gift of Art, 
   Mar., p. 62 
Segments of van Gogh, Mar., p. 36 
Teaching Art with Art: Exotic Decoration, May, p. 28 
Teaching Art with Art: Images that Twist and Turn, Mar., p. 44 
Walking through History: The Home and Studio of Charles 
   Demuth, Mar., p. 48 
 
CERAMICS/CLAY 
The Animal Fair, Feb., p. 34 
Clay Corner: Thinking Visually ... An Interview with Scott 
   Bennett, Apr., p. 40 
Clay Corner: Wet and Wild, June, p. 46 
Clay Plots: Stories for the Young at Art, Feb., p. 25 
Community Connections: Empty Bowls Feed the Hungry, 
   Feb., p. 26 
From Another World, Feb., p. 33 
Joys & Mysteries ... An Interview with Debra W. Fritts, 
   Feb., p. 22 
Matisse Magic, May, p. 42 
Moving Along: Sporting Clay, May, p. 40 
 
CHILDREN'S ART DIARY 
Art On Wheels, June, p. 45 
Chalkboard Artists, Apr., p. 39 
Personal Container Artists, Feb., p. 51 
 
CLIP & SAVE ART PRINTS 
Curry, John Steuart, Tornado Over Kansas, Mar., p. 37 
Estes, Richard, Fairway, June, p. 37 
Judd, Donald, Untitled, May, p. 33 
Pollock, Jackson, Convergence: Number 10, Apr., p. 29 
Sheeler, Charles, Conversation: Sky and Earth, Feb., p. 29 
 
COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS 
Blue Ribbon Art Show, Apr., p. 38 
Commitment and Artistic Expression, June, p. 26 
Empty Bowls Feed the Hungry, Feb., p. 26 
On the Art Career Track: Advertising Art ... Work in Action, 
   Mar., p. 58 
 
COMPUTER ART/PIXEL PALETTE 
Creating Two-Point Perspective on the Computer, May, p. 52 
On the Art Career Track: Ticket to Ride, Mar., p. 60 
Painting Patterns with Pixels, May, p. 50 
 
DRAWING AND PAINTING 
About Face: The Hundertwasser Project, Mar., p. 30 
Camouflage, Color Schemes and Cubism, Apr., p. 37 
Cool Cats: Feline Fun with Abstract Art, Apr., p. 36 
Encaustic Still Life, Apr., p. 16 
It's a Wrap! A Study of Installations, Mar., p. 34 
Ladders and Easels and Stools, Oh My!, Apr., p. 18 
Line, Shape, Color, Mar., p. 28 
Mardi Gras Magic, Feb., p. 49 
On the Art Career Track: Advertising Art ... Work in Action, 
   Mar., p. 58 
Primary and Secondary Patterned Portraits, Apr., p. 24 
Segments of van Gogh, Mar., p. 36 
Stop and Paint the Flowers, Apr., p. 34 
Take Out, Mar., p. 42 
Theme and Variation: The Crosshatch Portrait, Mar., p. 32 
A View "Through," June, p. 30 
 
ELEMENTARY (grades K-5) 
About Face: The Hundertwasser Project, Mar., p. 30 
Children's Art Diary: Art On Wheels, June, p. 45 
Children's Art Diary: Chalkboard Artists, Apr., p. 39 
Children's Art Diary: Personal Container Artists, Feb., p. 51 
Clay Corner: Wet and Wild, June, p. 46 
Cool Cats: Feline Fun with Abstract Art, Apr., p. 36 
From Another World, Feb., p. 33 
Going for the Bronze: A Study of Frederic Remington's 
   Sculptures, May, p. … 

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