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Juice May 24, 1993, Students Of Risd May 1993

Juice May 24, 1993, Students Of Risd

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Juice was a short-form student publication primarily intended to publicize upcoming events occurring on or around campus. The May 24, 1993 issues includes information about RISD Commencement receptions and student shows for the end of the Spring 1993 semester. Final crits and exhibitions are also listed.


Juice May 10, 1993, Students Of Risd May 1993

Juice May 10, 1993, Students Of Risd

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Juice was a short-form student publication primarily intended to publicize upcoming events occurring on or around campus. The issue of May 10, 1993 includes listings for student exhibitions, lectures and a film and video series by women.


Juice May 3, 1993, Students Of Risd May 1993

Juice May 3, 1993, Students Of Risd

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Juice was a short-form student publication primarily intended to publicize upcoming events occurring on or around campus. The issue for May 3 lists events from May 3-May 8, 1993. Music, films and art exhibits of student and professional artists are listed.


Juice April 12, 1993, Students Of Risd Apr 1993

Juice April 12, 1993, Students Of Risd

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Juice was a short-form student publication primarily intended to publicize upcoming events occurring on or around campus. Lectures, films and events relating to RISD students were listed for the week of April 12-18, 1993. An article from the Village Voice about the performance artist Karen Finley is included.


Juice April 5, 1993, Students Of Risd Apr 1993

Juice April 5, 1993, Students Of Risd

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Juice was a short-form student publication primarily intended to publicize upcoming events occurring on or around campus. Women's Voices and Visions, a film and video series was listed. Lectures, films and evens related to RISD students were also listed.


Juice March 21, 1993, Students Of Risd Mar 1993

Juice March 21, 1993, Students Of Risd

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Juice was a short-form student publication primarily intended to publicize upcoming events occurring on or around campus. RISD's 116th birthday was celebrated on March 22. Lectures, films, and events that related to RISD students were also listed.


Juice March 14, 1993, Students Of Risd Mar 1993

Juice March 14, 1993, Students Of Risd

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Juice was a short-form student publication primarily intended to publicize upcoming events occurring on or around campus. Concerts, exhibitions, and events listed took place on the RISD campus and throughout Providence from March 14 until March 21, 1993.


Juice March 7, 1993, Students Of Risd Mar 1993

Juice March 7, 1993, Students Of Risd

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Juice was a short-form student publication primarily intended to publicize upcoming events occurring on or around campus. The issue for March 7, 1993 includes listings of racial diversity lectures and other lectures, art exhibitions, concerts and films that took place in the Providence area and on the RISD campus during the week of March 8 through March 14, 1993.


The Big Yes And The Little No, Agnieszka Taborska, Steven L. Jobe, David L. Campbell, Christopher F. Lowery, Paul Phillips, Elsie T. Hill, Priscilla Yeh, Adele Abide, Miriam Borchherdt, Dawn Marie Caulfield, Mimi Chung, Daniela Fiss, Hector Gonzalez, Akiko Hamazaki, Sarah R. Kreiger, Luciana L. Mallozzi, Ervin Ramos, Katherine Sheehan, Vanessa Sterbenz, Bruce Jason Tennis, Antanas Vainius, Andrea Winter, Julie Wollaeger, Ofra Yacobi Mar 1993

The Big Yes And The Little No, Agnieszka Taborska, Steven L. Jobe, David L. Campbell, Christopher F. Lowery, Paul Phillips, Elsie T. Hill, Priscilla Yeh, Adele Abide, Miriam Borchherdt, Dawn Marie Caulfield, Mimi Chung, Daniela Fiss, Hector Gonzalez, Akiko Hamazaki, Sarah R. Kreiger, Luciana L. Mallozzi, Ervin Ramos, Katherine Sheehan, Vanessa Sterbenz, Bruce Jason Tennis, Antanas Vainius, Andrea Winter, Julie Wollaeger, Ofra Yacobi

Programs

Program for the sixth annual RISD Cabaret held in the cellar at the top of the Waterman Building. Design and layout by Nonie Close.


Juice March 1, 1993, Students Of Risd Mar 1993

Juice March 1, 1993, Students Of Risd

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Juice was a short-form student publication primarily intended to publicize upcoming events occurring on or around campus. The issue for March 1, 1993 includes information about RISD Cabaret performances, art exhibitions, concerts and other events that took place on the RISD campus and in the Providence area for the week of March 1 through March 6, 1993.


Juice February 21, 1993, Students Of Risd Feb 1993

Juice February 21, 1993, Students Of Risd

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Juice was a short-form student publication primarily intended to publicize upcoming events occurring on or around campus. Concerts, art exhibitions, films and other events on the RISD campus and the Providence area were listed.


Juice February 14, 1993, Students Of Risd Feb 1993

Juice February 14, 1993, Students Of Risd

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Juice was a short-form student publication primarily intended to publicize upcoming events occurring on or around campus. The February 14, 1993 issue listed events relating to Black History Month on the RISD campus and in the Providence area. Art exhibitions, concerts, and films were also listed.


Juice February 7, 1993, Students Of Risd Feb 1993

Juice February 7, 1993, Students Of Risd

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Juice was a short-form student publication primarily intended to publicize upcoming events occurring on or around campus. The issue of February 7, 1993 includes art exhibitions, lectures, classes and events relating to Black History Month that occurred on the RISD campus and the Providence area from February 7 through February 14, 1993. Also included is an article from the November 1992 issue of Art Forum magazine. The article is entitled Royal Slumming by Thomas McEvilley and is about the art of Jean-Michel Basquiat.


The War Of Labels: An Art Educator In Search Of A Sign, Jan Jagodzinski Jan 1993

The War Of Labels: An Art Educator In Search Of A Sign, Jan Jagodzinski

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

I recently had the occasion to go shopping with my twelve year old son Jeremy who is now finishing grade seven in a Canadian public school. He had somehow (mysteriously) saved twenty dollars and was determined to buy a T-shirt. Coming from the boomer generation, T-shirts for me where either those funny Stanfield undergarments that my dad wore under his dress shirt (to absorb the sweat during hard work, I suppose?) or what gang members with duck-tails in the '50s wore under their leather jackets to look cool-like the 'Fonz' of Happy Days. During my college art school days, the ...


Feminism And Feminisms: The Prospect Of Censorship, Gudrun Helgadottir Jan 1993

Feminism And Feminisms: The Prospect Of Censorship, Gudrun Helgadottir

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Given the diversity and division of women according to class, face, ethnicity, religion, age and other social factors, we must expect and accept conflict and contradiction within feminism. I refer here broadly to feminism as a school of thought and as a political movement aiming to improve the lot of women (Black, 1989). Current theorizing about the social construct, gender, is inspired by the contradictions inherent in feminism (Scott, 1983). They fuel a constructive dialogue but they aIso contain the threat of censorship. There is the tendency to disregard the right to dissenting voices within feminism, to suppress internal questioning ...


Visibility And Invisibility In Art And Craft, Fiona Blaikie Jan 1993

Visibility And Invisibility In Art And Craft, Fiona Blaikie

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

The visibility and invisibility or censorship of art and craft is determined by individual and group ontologies. Their production has often been constricted and/or defined by gender, class, culture, race, religion, and politics. In this paper, I am concerned with the visibility of varieties of art, design, and craft. I will examine censorship based on three criteria; gender, culture, and class, with the censorship of artwork because of gender being the dominant theme.


Censored By Omission: Imagery That Is Excluded From The Art Education Classroom, Pamela Tarlow-Calder Jan 1993

Censored By Omission: Imagery That Is Excluded From The Art Education Classroom, Pamela Tarlow-Calder

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

There exists a wealth of imagery that is censored by means of exclusion from general art curricula. This imagery is often highly relevant to students and should therefore be addressed and examined critically in art education at all levels. In what follows, the practice of censorship by exclusion in relation to imagery available for classroom critique will be discussed; a critical-reflective approach to art criticism inquiry In light of prevalent social and interpersonal concerns will be advocate, and an example from classroom practice will be investigated.


Reviews And Responses: Bowers’ Elements Of A Post-Liberal Theory Of Education, Tom Anderson Jan 1993

Reviews And Responses: Bowers’ Elements Of A Post-Liberal Theory Of Education, Tom Anderson

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Book review for Elements of a Post-Liberal Theory of Education, C.A. Bowers, Teachers College Press, New York, 1987.


Reviews And Responses: Bersson Responds, Robert Bersson Jan 1993

Reviews And Responses: Bersson Responds, Robert Bersson

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Citing the mandate of The Journal of Social Theory in art Education “to encourage debate and discussion," Michael Emme, the JSTAE Editor, invited me to respond to the review of my book, Worlds of Art, in the current edition. For this opportunity, I thank him and hope that what follows will raise issues of general importance for Social Theory Caucus members.


Editorial, Michael J. Emme, Elizabeth Garber, Charles Wieder Jan 1993

Editorial, Michael J. Emme, Elizabeth Garber, Charles Wieder

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

When trying to express to students some of the challenges I experience when working with collage as an art form, I suggest that each element or bit torn out of a magazine has a voice. When you place two elements beside each other you have a potentially complex visual/cultural conversation. The collage projects I experienced (usually in an English class) in high school typically involved collecting dozens of marginally related images and pasting them on a single page. The processes involved were certainly a pleasant alternative to more routine activities, but the final product was always a frustration. I ...


Art Teaching For Peace And Justice, Kristin G. Congdon Jan 1993

Art Teaching For Peace And Justice, Kristin G. Congdon

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

The social goals of peace and justice are not removed from art processes and products, and especially not from curricula in art classrooms. In this article, six topic areas are suggested for the art educator which further the causes of peace and justice: 1) Appreciating diversity; 2) Understanding that art creates individual and group identity; 3) Encouraging collaboration in art processes; 4) Working respectfully with the earth's ecosystems; 5) Analyzing art which deals specifically with war and violence; and 6) Promoting peace and justice through art.


Freedom Of Speech And Censorship, Kirstie Lang Jan 1993

Freedom Of Speech And Censorship, Kirstie Lang

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Censorship is commonly posited in opposition to free speech. However, censorship can also be understood as a kind of freedom, one which enables us to participate in collective decisions to control speech. Social and political theorist Isaiah Berlin has written of these two kinds of liberties as integral to Iiberal, democratic traditions which, problematic though they sometimes are, continue to inform the foundations of policymaking in Western, post-industrial democracies (Berlin, 1969; Dworkin, 1991). In this paper I describe these two forms of liberty as interconnected by democratic theory, but as simultaneously contradictory given the values that support them. Doing so ...


Reviews And Responses: Bersson’S Worlds Of Art, Susan Washam Witten Jan 1993

Reviews And Responses: Bersson’S Worlds Of Art, Susan Washam Witten

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Book review for Worlds of Art, R., Bersson, Mayfield, Mountain View, CA, 1991.


Developmental Models Of Artistic Expression And Aesthetic Response: The Reproduction Of Formal Schooling And Modernity, Karen A. Hamblen Jan 1993

Developmental Models Of Artistic Expression And Aesthetic Response: The Reproduction Of Formal Schooling And Modernity, Karen A. Hamblen

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Developmental models of artistic expression have had a major influence on research and curriculum in art education. The purpose of this paper is to examine the characteristics and assumptions of artistic expression and aesthetic response developmental models. It is proposed that developmental models purported to be descriptive and to have widespread, if not universal, application are socially embedded and prescriptive of outcomes that are highly consistent with characteristics of formal schooling and with the values of modernity. Information for this theoretical study is based on selected literature on the following: (a) developmental models in art education, (b) characteristics of modernity ...


The Journal Of Social Theory In Art Education Jan 1993

The Journal Of Social Theory In Art Education

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents Jan 1993

Table Of Contents

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Table of contents for The Journal of Social Theory in Art Education, 1993, Number Thirteen.


Graduate Bulletin, 1993-1995, Moorhead State University Jan 1993

Graduate Bulletin, 1993-1995, Moorhead State University

Graduate Bulletins

No abstract provided.


Mentor's Introduction, Steve Thunder-Mcguire Jan 1993

Mentor's Introduction, Steve Thunder-Mcguire

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Relating Continuity And Change To The Tabasaran Of Daghestan, Lorraine Ross Jan 1993

Relating Continuity And Change To The Tabasaran Of Daghestan, Lorraine Ross

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Mentor's Introduction, Larry Kantner Jan 1993

Mentor's Introduction, Larry Kantner

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.