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. 41, No. 4, Summer

Creating Meaning through Art: Teacher as Choice-Maker
Creating Meaning Through Art: Teacher as Choice Maker Simpson, J.W., Delaney, J.M., Carroll, K.L., Hamilton, C.M., Kay, S.L, Kerlavage M.S., & Olson, J.L. (1998). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall. 364 pages. ISBN 0-13-351421-8 In the words of...
Culture and Education: Polishing the Lenses
Diaz, Massialas, and Xanthopoulos (1999) state that "there is significant confusion over the definition of multicultural and what constitutes multicultural education" (p.2). They illustrate this confusion with the example of an American elementary school...
From the NAEA National Convention
Michael Parsons Senior Editor I am writing this editorial shortly after the closing of the NAEA national convention in Los Angeles. Several things of interest to Studies happened at the convention. One, of course, was the delivery of the Studies Annual...
In the Spirit of Art Criticism: Reading the Writings of Women Artists
"Where's the spirited criticism?" wonders art historian and critic Joanna Frueh (p. 56, 1991). Where's the intuition, the senses, the heart, and the personal experience in the critical process? Where is the courage to seek possibilities, pursue alternatives,...
Social Perspectives on Art Education in the U.S.: Teaching Visual Culture in a Democracy
This article presents social perspectives on art education. It is not a critique, but neither can it be neutral. Rather, it is a sympathetic description of what I believe to be some of the important conditions, characteristics, and purposes of these...
The Configuration of Meaning: Learner-Centered Art Education Revisited
As my title suggests, I want to revisit one of the most enduring of the 'chestnuts' that have given life and controversy to our field. I want to bring together some threads of new, and not so new, thinking in order to place the learner, whether child...
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