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The Ox On The Roof (Le Boeuf Sur Le Toit), Agnieszka Taborska, Aleksander F. Wierzbicki, Malcom Coelho, Lucy Bourgealt, John Donalds, Georgy Harvey, Michael J. Townsend, Rene Dimanche Jr., Mila Hermanovski, Marly J. Rogers, Susan Becker, Treva Offutt, Christopher Watts, Michael A. Tashji, Sol Armada, Mark Borok, George Page, Sean P. Oakes, Edward L. Guttman, Susan Unger, Timothy Mcelreath, Michael Wodkowski, Carsten Stehr, Julie Grass, Andrea Dassow, Julianna Ellman, Lynn Jaworski, Donna Lavalle, Judith Ribicoff, Vivienne Cho, Matthew Mcguire Dec 1989

The Ox On The Roof (Le Boeuf Sur Le Toit), Agnieszka Taborska, Aleksander F. Wierzbicki, Malcom Coelho, Lucy Bourgealt, John Donalds, Georgy Harvey, Michael J. Townsend, Rene Dimanche Jr., Mila Hermanovski, Marly J. Rogers, Susan Becker, Treva Offutt, Christopher Watts, Michael A. Tashji, Sol Armada, Mark Borok, George Page, Sean P. Oakes, Edward L. Guttman, Susan Unger, Timothy Mcelreath, Michael Wodkowski, Carsten Stehr, Julie Grass, Andrea Dassow, Julianna Ellman, Lynn Jaworski, Donna Lavalle, Judith Ribicoff, Vivienne Cho, Matthew Mcguire

Programs

Program for the third annual RISD Cabaret held in the Cellar of the Providence Art Club. Design and layout by Treva Offutt.


Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 5, Students Of Risd May 1989

Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 5, Students Of Risd

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Penny Dreadful Commission was a student organization that wanted to "demonstrate the range and expressive power of comic art by presenting a varied collection of work." All comics were student-submitted, and the publication was entirely student-run. This is issue No. 5 from May 1, 1989.


Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 4, Students Of Risd Apr 1989

Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 4, Students Of Risd

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Penny Dreadful Commission was a student organization that wanted to "demonstrate the range and expressive power of comic art by presenting a varied collection of work." All comics were student-submitted, and the publication was entirely student-run. This is issue No. 4 dated April 1, 1989.


Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 3, Students Of Risd Mar 1989

Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 3, Students Of Risd

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Penny Dreadful Commission was a student organization that wanted to "demonstrate the range and expressive power of comic art by presenting a varied collection of work." The issue of March 1, 1989 has a cover that parodies Time magazine.


Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 2, Students Of Risd Feb 1989

Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 2, Students Of Risd

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Penny Dreadful Commission was a student organization that wanted to "demonstrate the range and expressive power of comic art by presenting a varied collection of work." This is issue No. 2 dated February 1, 1989.


Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 1, Students Of Risd Jan 1989

Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 1, Students Of Risd

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Penny Dreadful Commission was a student organization at RISD that wanted to "demonstrate the range and expressive power of comic art by presenting a varied collection of work." All comics were student-submitted, and the publication was entirely student-run. This is issue No. 1 dated January 1, 1989.


Conferences And Communitas: Making Magic Happen… Sometimes, Brent Wilson Jan 1989

Conferences And Communitas: Making Magic Happen… Sometimes, Brent Wilson

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

The field of art education hardly qualifies as a tribal society. Nevertheless, there are some “tribal” analogies that might be made as we study our customs and conventions, our mores and mutations, and the sources of our symbols and sillinesses. Indeed, our annual conferences are fitting subjects for anthropological analyses. And although I haven’t filled my sketchbooks with notes and drawings of our National Art Education Association Conventions with ethnographic studies in mind, in retrospect they just might serve that purpose. What do my notes and my memories tell us about these yearly meetings of the tribe? What planned ...


Conference As Ritual: Structures For The Unsavage Mind, Ronald N. Macgregor Jan 1989

Conference As Ritual: Structures For The Unsavage Mind, Ronald N. Macgregor

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Anthropologists like Victor Turner and Edward Bruner focus their attention on the experience of experiencing. Their approach is to make an initial distinction between behavior, which is noted in other people, and experience, which is personally felt. It is a germane distinction, for anthropologists of their persuasion are more inclined to describe how it felt to be there, rather than what went on. Their stance is closer to phenomenology than to ethnography, and their efforts are concentrated on what gave the occasion its special flavor, its extraordinary character. Their approach suits my present purpose admirably, since my question is, What ...


Altered States: Sexuality And The Naea, Cynthia Taylor Jan 1989

Altered States: Sexuality And The Naea, Cynthia Taylor

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

My very first NAEA conference was in San Francisco; I had left the grey, bleak, rock-bound landscape of Nova Scotia far, far behind and I was transported, magically to another world where daisy trees bloomed, where spring was in the air and in my step, where every moment, every corner was rife with potential…Anything could happen! Once in the hotel I realized, immediately, that all around me there were rituals being enacted; cries and murmurs bespoke the onset of familiar and well-beloved rites; men and women gathered, acknowledge one another with calls and cluckings, embraced even while their eyes ...


Graduate Bulletin, 1989-1991 (1989), Moorhead State University Jan 1989

Graduate Bulletin, 1989-1991 (1989), Moorhead State University

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No abstract provided.


An Investigation Of Art Teachers' And Art Students' Perceptions Of An Art Gallery Visit, Eliza Leano Jan 1989

An Investigation Of Art Teachers' And Art Students' Perceptions Of An Art Gallery Visit, Eliza Leano

Theses : Honours

The literature on museum and art gallery visits by schools draws attention to the fact that schools and other educational institutions may perceive the art gallery as a place for learning and education whilst other groups in society do not. The literature also draws attention to internal and external factors related to the school and art gallery context which may contribute to the intended and unintended outcomes of art gallery visits by schools. To date, no research has been conducted into the effects of a single visit to the Art Gallery of Western Australia (ACWA) en secondary art students. Art ...


The Implementation Of Design Education In Lower Secondary School Industrial Arts Units, Rod Slater Jan 1989

The Implementation Of Design Education In Lower Secondary School Industrial Arts Units, Rod Slater

Theses : Honours

This study identifies 'if and 'how' design education is incorporated in lower secondary school Industrial Arts units, and determines if teacher training and teachers' perceptions of certain issues, are influential in the use of design education. A stratified random sample (50 teachers in 25 schools) was taken from all government secondary schools in W.A. The participants were surveyed with a postal questionnaire, and a follow-up interview was conducted with a selection of the respondents. There was a return rate of 84%. Data analysis determined the frequency distribution for structured questions and organized the data for non structured items into ...


The Level Of Visual Literacy In Post-Secondary Students, Julie Russell Jan 1989

The Level Of Visual Literacy In Post-Secondary Students, Julie Russell

Theses : Honours

In an education, the term visual literacy refers to the ability of a student to interpret or decode various forms of representation. A person who is literate is able to read and write text, while a visually literate person is able to decode visual an images, and to a lesser extent use these skills in the creation of artworks. Art syllabuses in Western Australia clearly state desired outcomes in the area of visual literacy, yet little is known about how effective these guide-lines have been in producing school leavers who are visually literate. The effectiveness of secondary an teaching strategies ...


The Aesthetic Perceptions And Preferences Of Young Children For Visual Artworks, Jacqueline Kik Jan 1989

The Aesthetic Perceptions And Preferences Of Young Children For Visual Artworks, Jacqueline Kik

Theses : Honours

Literature dealing with aesthetics and young children indicates the importance of developing in children a degree of aesthetic sensitivity and an ability to respond aesthetically to both natural and man made objects. However, directions for developing young children's aesthetic awareness appear to be hampered by the lack of systematic research evidence on the aesthetic response capabilities which five to eight year old children display. Thus, provision of information that would assist art educators and Early Childhood teachers in the preparation of successful classroom experiences remains a priority in this area. The research study reported in this thesis investigated the ...


Attitudes Towards Assessment In Art, Sheila Posner Jan 1989

Attitudes Towards Assessment In Art, Sheila Posner

Theses : Honours

Assessment in the field of Art Education has always been difficult. The subjective element has caused art to be considered a controversial subject in school as far as assessment is concerned. Different educators have argued for and against the necessity of assessment. The literature has shown that if art is to be taken seriously in school, it must be subjected to formal assessment. It was found that while there were studies about evaluation and assessment in art and studies about attitudes to art, little has been written on attitudes to art assessment. This research set out to examine the attitudes ...


Toward Foundations For A Socially Critical Art Education, Paul Duncum Jan 1989

Toward Foundations For A Socially Critical Art Education, Paul Duncum

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Significant recent developments in Australian art education have moved away from a consideration of the aesthetic value of fine art products to a broad sociological conception of the visual arts which includes folk and popular arts. Many art educators assume a socially functionalist approach which celebrates cultural diversity and attempts to describe the function of cultural artifacts, sometimes in terms of lived experience. While acknowledging the importance of these developments, the author adopts the view that cultural production is part of an unjust society in ferment and is a site of ideological struggle. The view advanced is that to be ...


The Meaning(S) Of Lens Meaning, Michael Emme Jan 1989

The Meaning(S) Of Lens Meaning, Michael Emme

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

As a photographer and an art educator, I want to come to a better understanding of how lens images (photographs, film and television) convey meaning. This is not a trivial or purely academic concern. Recently media educator David Trend has observed that “media studies of any kind are virtually nonexistent in elementary and secondary schools. Yet serious studies of film, photography, and video are need most in these latter areas, as students encounter powerful mechanisms of socialization that will follow them the rest of their lives…Without a pedagogical imperative, the broader mission of progressive culture stands in jeopardy” (Trend ...


A Study Of The 1988 Naea And Its Accessibility To Delegates Experiencing Disabilities, Doug Blandy Jan 1989

A Study Of The 1988 Naea And Its Accessibility To Delegates Experiencing Disabilities, Doug Blandy

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

People experiencing disabilities are no longer content to be treated as victims, objects of pity, and passive recipients of charitable impulses. They are aggressively and actively brining discriminatory policies and environments to the public’s attention. This activity is based on newer definitions of disability that do not associate disabilities with individuals, but with policies and environments that fail individuals. This article documents a study of the 1988 National Art Education Association Convention for its accessibility to delegates experiencing auditory, visual, speech, and physical disabilities. The convention and aspects of the convention program are analyzed through the use of guidelines ...


The Journal Of Social Theory In Art Education Jan 1989

The Journal Of Social Theory In Art Education

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Dbae And Clae, Nancy Johnson Jan 1989

Dbae And Clae, Nancy Johnson

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

The foundations upon which knowledge is organized and presented in both discipline-based and cultural literacy approaches to art education are addressed. It is argued that the foundations for these two approaches are a result of conflicting views on the standardization of curricula and the perceived need for achievement oriented evaluation; these in turn are reflective of a fundamental difference in beliefs and assumptions as to the nature of education.


The Reality Construction Of Technocratic Rationality Through Dbae, Karen A. Hamblen Jan 1989

The Reality Construction Of Technocratic Rationality Through Dbae, Karen A. Hamblen

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

The importance of differentiating between a discipline-based approach to art education and the prescribed DBAE curricular structure and goals presented by the Getty Center for Education in the Arts is developed. It is proposed that the Getty’s reliance on the characteristics of contemporary general education for the theoretical foundations of DBAE is restrictive and contributes to technocratic rationalism in art education, and disallows the development of cultural literacy.


Cultural Literacy As Social Empowerment, Laurie Hicks Jan 1989

Cultural Literacy As Social Empowerment, Laurie Hicks

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

The concept of cultural literacy as a process of becoming socially empowered is developed. A comparison is made between “Getty-ized DBAE” with an approach to art education informed by the development of cultural literacy. How these approaches differ, not only in their design but in the fundamental goals which motivate and guide them is illustrated. An outline is presented of a pedagogical structure around which a cultural literacy approach to art education can be organized and implemented.


Here’S Looking At Us Looking At Us, Amy Brook Snider Jan 1989

Here’S Looking At Us Looking At Us, Amy Brook Snider

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

This paper was an introduction to the mini-conference, “The Conference as Ritual: The Sacred Journey of the Art Educator,” organized by Harold Pearse, Cynthia Taylor and myself for the NAEA Convention in Los Angeles, April 1988. Art educators from Canada and the United States along with Dr. Michael Owen Jones, author and director of the Folklore and Mythology Center at UCLA (our non-participant observer) looked at our annual spring pilgrimage to various hotels in the United States from historical, psychological, philosophic, structural, and ethnographic perspectives. As the introduction to the mini-conference, my paper specifically recounts the ways that I, an ...


Outsiders And Taboo Subjects: The Horseflies Of Art Education, Karen A. Hamblen Jan 1989

Outsiders And Taboo Subjects: The Horseflies Of Art Education, Karen A. Hamblen

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Both individuals and groups may take on outsider status depending on the extent they deviate from social norms and the extent they act as critics of society. In this paper, the role of art education outsider individuals and groups and the taboo subjects they discuss are examined in relationship to the norms of the policy-making institutions of art education. It is proposed that not only are outsiders necessary for maintain the health and integrity of the field, but also that outsider status might be considered a desired state of being in that it allows individuals to exercise choices and freedoms ...


Subjective Undercurrents: Humour And The Naea, Harold Pearse Jan 1989

Subjective Undercurrents: Humour And The Naea, Harold Pearse

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

The psychological climate of an NAEA conference is a highly variable one. Given the temporal and spatial restrictions, emotions tend to be intense and feelings concentrated. A good deal of what is felt is predictable – after all, conferences are call conventions. But beneath the surface veneer of officiousness, formality, and collegiality, there are subjective undercurrents. The novices experience loneliness, insecurity and feelings of inadequacy being surrounded by “experts” – people whose publications they have read or with whose names they are familiar. The experts may experience anxiety and insecurity as their egos, careers and reputations are exposed to public scrutiny. On ...


The Path Of The Initiate: In Search Of The Holy Grail Or Is It The Golden Fleece?, Jan Jagodzinski Jan 1989

The Path Of The Initiate: In Search Of The Holy Grail Or Is It The Golden Fleece?, Jan Jagodzinski

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

This was an irreverent/irrelevant staged performance wherein a schizophrenic Voice was presented through a dialogue that answered Itself as It moved from one side of a table to the other, speaking at Itself, sometimes to Itself. The audience was physically separated from the performer in a classical fashion: stage and audience. One end represented the Voice of personal memories as an initiate into conference life; the other end represented the jaded view of a Voice who bitterly questions the entire ritual. A tie was put on and taken off as the performer moved from one side of the table ...


A Stop Action Tour Of The Naea Shrine, Elleda Katan Jan 1989

A Stop Action Tour Of The Naea Shrine, Elleda Katan

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Collection of tour observations, works of art from NAEA shrine.


An Open Letter To Members Of The Caucus, Jan Jagodzinski Jan 1989

An Open Letter To Members Of The Caucus, Jan Jagodzinski

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

In the last Caucus Newsletter, we announced the results of the poll about the name of the Bulletin of the Caucus on Social Theory and Art Education. Of thirteen responses received, ten supported the change from Bulletin to Journal. There were six votes against the introduction of an additional word and flavor into the title: two because they did not like the esoteric nature of the suggested word(s); two because they did not want a greater length to the title. One suggested reducing the name to the Bulletin/Journal on Social Theory and Art Education. Of the seven who ...


Remarks In Order Of Appearance By Elleda Katan, Tom Anderson, Don Soucy, Mary Stokrocki, Kristin Congdon, Bob Bersson, Karen Hamblen, Amy Brook Snider, Herb Perr, Helen Muth And Robert Saunders, Jstae Members Jan 1989

Remarks In Order Of Appearance By Elleda Katan, Tom Anderson, Don Soucy, Mary Stokrocki, Kristin Congdon, Bob Bersson, Karen Hamblen, Amy Brook Snider, Herb Perr, Helen Muth And Robert Saunders, Jstae Members

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Remarks in order of appearance by Elleda Katan, Tom Anderson, Don Soucy, Mary Stokrocki, Kristin Congdon, Bob Bersson, Karen Hamblen, Amy Brook Snider, Herb Perr, Helen Muth and Robert Saunders.


Book Reviews: James Clifford, Ethnography, Literature, And Art, Ronald W. Neperud Jan 1989

Book Reviews: James Clifford, Ethnography, Literature, And Art, Ronald W. Neperud

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Book review for The Predicament of Culture: Twentieth-Century Ethnography, Literature, and Art, James Clifford, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1988.