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, 1998

A Survey of Graduate Study in Art Education
The first and the last survey of graduate programs in art education was conducted more than 30 years ago by Eisner (1963) and published in the 65th Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education which was devoted, at that time, to art education....
Child Development in Art
This welcome new anthology includes a wide range of current writing and it tells us much about where we are now with the study of child development in art. The topic has been of interest since the very beginning of the study of child development, which...
Is All Really Well with Graduate Programs in Art Education?
The Study and Its Summary Conclusions The researchers sent out two rounds of questionnaires: a first round to all the graduate programs that could be identified (248), and a second round to a total of 25 programs (15 selected as the most influential...
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
Introduction With increasing frequency, today's computer technologies are being incorporated into the artistic realm. The rapid development of digital technologies and their subsequent procurement by artists to produce work has created a new genre of...
The Art in America Radio Programs, 1934-1935
Introduction Radio burst on the American scene in the 1920s and the 1930s, and virtually every cultural and commercial interest sought to promote themselves through the airwaves. Not the least of them was the art community, which produced several series...
The Critical Response to Andy Warhol
Ralph Smith (Levi & Smith, 1991) noted that criticism has many functions: "to cultivate artistic perception, to make a reasoned assessment of artistic quality, to improve the intellectual environment in which we think about art, and to appreciate...
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
In recent years, teachers and school administrators have become increasingly concerned about the assessment of student learning. Reform movements, cuts in federal funding, and reduced state subsidies require school districts to verify levels of student...
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