Art Making and Education

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University of Illinois Press, 1993 - Art - 208 pages
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Discusses what is involved in making art.
 

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Contents

Prologue
3
The Grandchildren of God
7
The Medium
18
Some Other Factors Style Impulse Eclecticism Color
38
The Studio
50
Creativity
72
The Classroom
91
Bringing Art Making into the School
107
Looking at Our Personal Histories and Educational Legacies
115
Transition to the Traditions Art Making as Study Skills
128
Art Making for Jobs
140
Art Making for the Spirit
160
Art Making for Understanding Ourselves and Others
173
Conclusion Who Chooses?
193
Index
203
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Diana Korzenik, Professor Emerita, Massachusetts College of Art, is the author of "Drawn to Art: A Nineteenth-Century American Dream" and, with Maurice Brown, "Art Making and Education". She amassed her collection of more than 1,500 artifacts, books, and printed ephemera over the course of several decades. In 1997, she donated this collection to the Huntington Library.
Cathy Cherbosque is Curator of Historical Prints and Ephemera at the Huntington Library. She is a doctoral student in American History at Claremont Graduate University.

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