SchoolArts Magazine

MAY-JUN 2013

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index August/september 2012–May/June 2013 Galleria Mía. Mar., p. 24 It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Art. Aug./Sept., p. 19 John James Audubon and the Turkey. Nov., p. 28 Kindergarten Animation. Oct., p. 36 Monster Mash. Dec., p. 19 My Shadow and Me. Nov., p. 30 One Stroke at a Time. Nov., p. 34 Season Silhouettes. Jan., p. 34 Sticky Installation, A. Aug./Sept., p. 38 Stretching the Truth. Jan., p. 36 Under Your Skin. Oct. p. 32 eArly CHildHood sTudio lessoNs Circle of Friends, A. Dec., p. 29 Drawing Secrets. May/June, p. 22 Fish Bowl Prints. Apr., p. 36 Fun with Frankenthaler. Mar., p. 34 John James Audubon and the Turkey. Nov., p. 28 Kindergarten Animation. Oct., p. 36 Monster Mash. Dec., p. 19 Music You Can See. Aug./Sept., p. 34 Ribbon of Friendship, A World of Friends, A. Feb., p. 28 Taking the Lead. Jan., p. 27 elemeNTAry sTudio lessoNs Big Color Puzzles. Jan., p. 32 Color Wheel Windows. Aug./Sept., p. 22 Garden of Thanks, A. Feb., p. 32 Keeping African Masks Real. Nov., p. 17 Labyrinth Project, The. Mar., p. 38 Living Map, The. Feb. p. 36 Nature Foil Reliefs. Oct., p. 30 Not Just a Pretty Face. Jan., p. 20 Papier-Mâché Bugs. Apr., p. 32 Ready, Set, Action! Dec., p. 30 Silk Road to China, The. May/June, p. 32 Slab Leaf Bowls. Oct., p. 38 Sound of Art, The. Mar., p. 22 Starry Nights over Chautauqua. May/June, p. 20 Sticky Installation, A. Aug./Sept., p. 38 Tote Bag Awareness Project, The. Apr., p. 40 eNviroNmeNT ANd NATure Anthropomorphic Portraits. Oct., p. 19 Ecology of Design. Apr., p. 8 (DT) Fall Leaf Portraits. Oct., p. 34 Fish Bowl Prints. Apr., p. 36 Fluorescent Flora and Fauna. Feb., p. 30 Garden Gone Wild. Apr., p. 21 John James Audubon and the Turkey. Nov., p. 28 Labyrinth Project, The. Mar., p. 38 Nature Foil Reliefs. Oct., p. 30 Nest, The. Apr., p. 12 (ADV) Papier-Mâché Bugs. Apr., p. 32 48 May/June 2013 SchoolArts Protecting Our Underwater Friends. Dec., p. 36 Slab Leaf Bowls. Oct., p. 38 Starry Nights over Chautauqua. May/June, p. 20 Tote Bag Awareness Project, The. Apr., p. 40 FoCus iN ACMI, The. May/June, p. 36 Fundred Dollar Bill Project. Oct., p. 29 Interdependence in Three Dimensions. Mar., p. 16 Living Angels. Apr., p. 16 Whirled Peace. Aug./Sept., p. 40 Youth Art Month. Dec., p. 16 HigH sCHool sTudio lessoNs All the Lonely Heads. Jan., p. 17 Art on the Low Down. Dec., p. 22 Artful Healing. Feb., p. 34 Bricolage Concept, The. Mar., p. 19 Digital Negatives. May/June, p. 30 Exams: The Secret Ingredients. Nov., p. 32 Fall Leaf Portraits. Oct., p. 34 Gateway to the Future. Oct., p. 22 Holistic Art-Making. Mar., p. 36 It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Art. Aug./Sept., p. 19 Lost Critter Project, The. Mar., p. 32 Nonsensical Scenes. Nov., p. 20 One Million Bones Project. Feb., p. 17 Photographic Shape Sequences. Aug./Sept., p. 30 Responding to Nature. Apr., p. 38 Season Silhouettes. Jan., p. 34 Self-Portraits: Group and Individual Identity. Jan., p. 27 Social Media and the Visual Journal. Apr., p. 24 Vanishing Print, The. May/June, p. 17 iNTerdisCiPliNAry CoNNeCTioNs Civil War Portraits, Reenacted. Jan., p. 30 Music You Can See. Aug./Sept., p. 34 Sound of Art, The. Mar., p. 22 Thinking Outside the Book. Aug./Sept., p. 36 Under Your Skin. Oct. p. 32 lookiNg ANd leArNiNg Ai Weiwei, Remembering. Dec., p. 25 Chile, Long Live Chile! At Last the Copper is Ours. Dec., p. 25 El Anatsui, Versatility. Oct., p. 25 Elizabeth Catlett, I Have Special Reservations. Nov., p. 23 George Catlin, Wi-Jun-Jon Going to Washington and Coming Back. Oct., p. 25 Georges Adéagbo, Abraham—L'Ami de Dieu. Feb., p. 23 Gillian Wearing, Self-Portrait at 17 Years Old. Jan., p. 23 Glen Ligon, Untitled from the Runaways portfolio. Aug./Sept., p. 25 Japan, Tiger Glen Garden. Apr., p. 27 Kara Walker, Exodus of Confederates from Atlanta. Nov., p. 23 Ken Butler, Coat Hanger Violin. May/ June, p. 25 Ken Butler, Object Opera. May/June, p. 25 Mayan People, Guatemala, Tourist Hanging with Quetzal Birds and Ducks. Feb., p. 23 Michael Reynolds, Earthship Visitor Center. Apr., p. 27 Olmec Culture, Mexico, Colossal Head. Jan., p. 23 Roxanne Swentzell, Family. Mar., p. 27 Shepard Fairey, Rise Above. Mar., p. 27 Tony Oursler, Influence Machine. May/June, p. 25 Willie Cole. Speedster tji wara. Aug./ Sept., p. 25 mANAgiNg THe ArTroom Christo, Moore, and Beyond. Apr., p. 14 Commanding the Room. Aug./Sept., p. 14 Digital Grading. Oct., p. 14 Speaking Up for Art. Dec., p. 14 Tweet of the Day. May/June, p. 12 meeTiNg iNdividuAl Needs Making Art Special. Aug./Sept., p. 16 Postage Project, The. May/June, p. 14 Two by Two. Feb., p. 14 Weaving with Feeling. Oct., p. 16 middle sCHool sTudio lessoNs Anthropomorphic Portraits. Oct., p. 19 Civil War Portraits Reenacted. Jan., p. 30 Fluorescent Flora and Fauna. Feb., p. 30 Galleria Mía. Mar., p. 24 Garden Gone Wild. Apr., p. 21 Living Map, The. Feb. p. 36 Louise Nevelson Sculpture Project, The. Apr., p. 34 Monkey Business. Dec. p. 32 Murals Paint a Community. Mar., p. 40 My Shadow and Me. Nov., p. 30 Power of Daydreams, The. May/June, p. 34 Protecting Our Underwater Friends. Dec., p. 36 Quilter's Code, The. Feb., p. 20 Stretching the Truth. Jan., p. 36 Thinking Outside the Book. Aug./Sept., p. 36

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