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Art Making and Education

What is involved in "making art"? In what ways have Americans introduced art making to students? In Art Making and Education, a practicing artist and a historian of art education discuss from their particular perspectives the production of studio and classroom art. Among those to whom this book will appeal are prospective teachers, school administrators, university-level art educators, and readers interested in the theory of discipline-based art education.

"The sources are excellent. The bibliographical material is a must for any candidate wanting to teach the visual arts and certainly for any student hoping to become an artist."
-- William Klenk, University of Rhode Island

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