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. 49, No. 2, Winter

Holding Aesthetics and Ideology in Tension
Art educators who embrace popular visual culture, as many now do (Duncum, 2006a; Freedman, 2003; Tavin, 2003), confront an issue that has often bedeviled consideration of fine art, namely the contradictions that often exist between aesthetics and ideology....
Memory, Loss, and Neighborhood Schools
I edited this issue of Studies in Art Education as an estimated 50 million students enrolled in public schools across the United States (National Center for Educational Statistics, 2007). Although my son and daughter are no longer school age, I remember...
Postmetaphysical Vision: Art Education's Challenge in an Age of Globalized Aesthetics1 (A Mondofesto)2
The Studies in Art Education Invited Lecture is presented at the annual meeting of the National Art Education Association. Each year the presenter is elected from a highly competitive group of nominated scholars by the Studies in Art Education Editorial...
The Art of Culture War: (Un)Popular Culture, Freedom of Expression, and Art Education
War is a vital matter of state. It is the field on which life or death is determined and the road that leads to either survival or ruin, and must be examined with the greatest of care. (Sun-Tzu, 1993, p. 103)Lex Luthor: Some people can read War and Peace...
"This Performance Art Is for the Birds:" Jackass, 'Extreme' Sports, and the De(con)struction of Gender
This isn't a movie: it's a symptom.-Brian Webster (2005)With the release of Jackass Number Two in 2006 (Tremaine, 2005), the entertainment world was once again confronted with a peculiar challenge: How to respond to a motion picture released by a major...
Volitional Aesthetics: A Philosophy for the Use of Visual Culture in Art Education
There was a great deal of media attention surrounding the book, The da Vinci Code (Brown, 2004), when the movie adaptation was released. The mystery, to a large extent, hinged on the messages or codes contained in sculptures, architecture, and paintings...
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