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. 42, No. 2, Winter

Art in Bourgeois Society: 1790-1850
Art in Bourgeois Society: 1790-1850 Hemingway, A., & Vaughan, W. (Eds.). (1998). Cambridge: University Press. 372 pages. (ISBN:0521-55182-X) Reviewed by Kin-Keifer-Boyd, Texas Tech University Most would concur that class division and struggle affect...
Editorial: Change, Again
It seems clear that things are changing again in art education (or should I say they are still changing?). Older notions of discipline are dissolving as the disciplines themselves become less confident that they know which images are most worth studying...
How De We Teach? Results of a National Survey of Instruction in Secondary Art Education
This article summarizes selected questions from a 1999 national survey of instructional strategies used by secondary art teachers in the U.S. Results suggest art teachers most frequently use studio-- oriented teaching strategies, and find them most effective...
Lesbian and Gay Artists in the Curriculum: A Survey of Art Teachers' Knowledge and Attitudes
Homosexuality is gaining greater acceptance in society and as a result various organizations are calling for increased awareness and understanding of lesbian and gay concerns. This study explored the attitudes of art teachers toward the discussion of...
Soft Boundaries: Re-Visioning the Arts and Aesthetics in American Education
Soft Boundaries: Re-visioning the Arts and Aesthetics in American Education Detels, C. (1999). Westport, CT: Bergin and Garvey. 264 pages. ISBN 0-89789-666-1. Hardback $57.95. Reviewed by Barbara McKean, University of Arizona While the standards movement...
Teachers of Teachers: Faculty Working Lives and Art Teacher Education in the United States
This article reports selected survey data from a larger, ongoing research project that aims to identify faculty-the teachers of teachers-involved in preparing art teachers within the United States. The research examines where faculty teach, what they...
Visual Culture: Developments, Definitions, and Directions for Art Education
Within art education a shift is discernible from studying the art of the institutionalized artworld to studying the more inclusive category of visual culture. Increasing numbers of art educators, many of them among the most eminent in our field, are...
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