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Remembering others : making invisible histories of art education visible

Author: Paul Erik Bolin; Douglas Emerson Blandy; Kristin G Congdon; National Art Education Association.
Publisher: Reston, VA : National Art Education Association, ©2000.
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"The anthology consists of 15 research chapters and 6 testimonials divided into three sections: formal education, community arts and museums, and folk group settings. The chapters and testimonials will assist readers in understanding the role of historical context in teaching and learning, issues associated with the representation of people and groups over time, the history of school culture as compared and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Erik Bolin; Douglas Emerson Blandy; Kristin G Congdon; National Art Education Association.
ISBN: 1890160024 9781890160029
OCLC Number: 46459062
Description: 228 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Section I: Formal education settings: Introduction / Paul E. Bolin --
Marguerite Wildenhain : the visible core / Billie Sessions and Richard Johnston --
Discovering the first black graduate and rediscovering the first art education program of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design / Harold Pearse --
Helen Merritt : an original art educator / Marybeth Koos --
When a short narrative fits into a larger historical context : Irène Senécal, 1901-1978 / Suzanne Lemerise --
Whatever happened to the art education class of 1942? / Virginia L. Fitzpatrick --
The Educational Alliance Art School / Phyllis Gold Gluck --
Section II: Community arts/museums: Introduction / Doug Blandy --
Chautauqua spirit : exploring historical programs and contemporary connections / Sandra K. Gladney --
Education in the Federal Art Project / Clayton Funk --
Let us march on 'til victory is won : the life and work of Augusta Savage / Marie T. Cochran --
I want to marry Sailor Bob : my first art hero was on television / Pamela G. Taylor --
Reminiscences from the Dunedin Fine Arts Center, Dunedin, Florida 1975-1983 / Deborah Eckstein Snider --
Historical and contemporary approaches to museum education and visitors with disabilities / Lisa Abia-Smith --
To honor and comfort : lessons from Native America / Johanna Gorelick and Shawn Termin --
To be seen is to be : the founding of the Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Issues Caucus of the National Art Education Association / Ed Check --
Section III: Folk groups: Introduction / Kristin G. Congdon --
Gloria Dillard and the Traditional Indian Arts Program in Blackfoot, Idaho 1976-1981 / Sandra McCollister --
Piecing together : a look at Joe Sanders, a twentieth-century quiltmaker / Christina B. Bain --
A sense of place : the Allegheny Echoes Project / Christine Ballengee Morris --
The National Heritage Awards and Duff Severe, western saddlemaker / Marcia deChadenèdes --
Frederick George Kurz an artist, designer, and educator / Joanne K. Guilfoil --
Kazuko Law : artist, educator, student / Teresa Hollingsworth --
"Down in the Jersey" : the historical and social relevance of a maritime region's enduring vernacular art and craft / Michael J. Chiarappa --
About the editors --
About the authors.
Responsibility: edited by Paul E. Bolin, Doug Blandy, Kristin G. Congdon.

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"The anthology consists of 15 research chapters and 6 testimonials divided into three sections: formal education, community arts and museums, and folk group settings. The chapters and testimonials will assist readers in understanding the role of historical context in teaching and learning, issues associated with the representation of people and groups over time, the history of school culture as compared and contrasted with other defining cultural characteristics, the importance of role models, and historical methods associated with contextual research"--Http://www.naea-reston.org/publications-list.html.

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