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. 52, No. 2, Winter

Aaron Douglas and Hale Woodruff: African American Art Education, Gallery Work, and Expanded Pedagogy
The following sections offer biographical information on Aaron Douglas and Hale Woodruff's early careers, the challenges African American art educators faced in the early 20th century, and the sociopolitical contexts from which Douglas and Woodruff developed...
Child as Totem: Redressing the Myth of Inherent Creativity in Early Childhood
In presenting a reexamination of the myth of inherent creativity in early childhood, I adopt the construction of childhood proposed by James, Jenks, and Prout (1998) and their successors (Kehily, 2009; Qvortrup, Corsaro, & Honig, 2009) working in...
Disability Studies and Art Education
Contexts for Investing in Disability StudiesIn a recent National Art Education Association NAEA News column, Eisenhauer (2008b) invited socially minded art educators to consider disability as a unique and Important part of the field's agenda and to include...
Embodied Aesthetics, Evocative Art Criticism: Aesthetically Based Research
"I see my role as an educator to be less about establishing hierarchies in regard to artistic worth and rather more about guiding students towards personal, meaningful interactions with specific pieces."Research is seldom mentioned to, or expected of,...
Embodying Parenthood in Academia
Intrigued by Pillay's (2009) call for writing motherhood into one's scholarship and creating "liberatory intellectualism" (p. 51 1), we write this commentary to encourage exploration of and inquiry into viable metaphors of hands in poo and goo; performing...
Experience
In July 2010, I made a trip to Sebring, Florida, to meet with a collector I met during one of my Florida Humanities Council talks on folk art. Some of her works were exhibited in the gallery where a reception was held after my presentation. Betty Ford-Smith's...
Playful Mindfulness: How Singapore Adolescent Students Embody Meaning with School Art
Ateenage research participant shared his pivotal artistic learning experience:At first I couldn't figure out what was missing. I just couldn't catch it - the essence. I kept checking [but became] oblivious because I couldn't really capture the essence,...
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