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. 44, No. 1, Fall

An Evolving Feminist Leadership Model for Art Education
Art educators have conducted research that has informed art education theory and practice, but this research largely is a record of individual, independent studies that have rarely been replicated; collaborative efforts in related studies and follow-up...
Angels, Wings, and Hester Prynne: The Place of Content in Teaching Adolescent Artists
"Have you ever seen Romeo and juliet, with Claire Danes? I won this contest, I look like Claire Danes and stuff. And that's my favorite movie, I've seen it so many times. You know how she wore those beautiful wings? I wanted to make a pair for myself,...
Editorial: A Studies in Art Education Task
I have a task for you. I am interested in the questions Studies readers ask when they read the articles that appear on these pages. If I see this as an assessment task, I basically have two options to consider as I ponder what I believe the scholarly...
Home Is Where the Art Is: Exploring the Places People Live through Art Education
Think Globally, Art Locally As humans become increasingly sensitized to the developments and pressures of globalization and environmental change, the fate of the particular places people live-our homes-is a growing concern. Among artists, scholars, and...
Mentoring in the Art Classroom
Working together in multi-age groups can be artistically and socially beneficial for children. What follows is an examination of the theory of sociocultural learning within a mentoring relationship as applied to a multi-age art classroom. We observed...
Why Do Good Art Teachers Find It Hard to Stay in the Public School System?
According to studies in the U.S. and in Israel, a large percentage of new teachers leaves the classroom within 5 years (Faber, 1984; Geva-May, 1995; Sabar, 2001). Those with higher academic degrees are among the first to leave (Amstrong, 1984; Van Manen,...
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