SchoolArts Magazine

MAY-JUN 2007

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schoolarts 42 Inspiring Creativity in Teaching Since 1901 Volume 106, Number 9, May/June 2007 Departments SchoolArts is a national magazine committed to promoting excellence, advocacy, and professional support for educators in the visual arts. 4 Editor's Comments 6 Meeting Individual Needs 8 Point of View EDITOR 10 Visual Culture Nancy Walkup Art teacher at W.S. Ryan Elementary, Denton, TX 13 New Products 46 Student Portfolio 48 Resource Center EDITORIAL OFFICE 2223 Parkside Drive, Denton, TX 76201 Tel: (940) 382-8274 Fax: (940) 387-2516 72 Calendar ADVISORY BOARD Craig Roland Associate Professor of Art Education, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida Aurelia Gomez, Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe, NM 22 Ready-to-Use Resources 11 ClipCards Pink Poodle, Kay Adamson Miró Collage, Shannon Sweney Stephens Abstracted Value, Mary Coy Transparent Designs, Nicole Brisco Maria Teresa Garcia-Pedroche Museum Specialist Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Ken Vieth Art Education Consultant Rosemont, New Jersey Artists Speak: Mike Kelley Contemporary Art for the Classroom Nicole Brisco Pleasant Grove High School Texarkana, Texas Tracy Ellyn South Miami Elementary School, Miami, Florida 34 ArtEd Online Try Open-Source Software, Craig Roland 32 35 Looking/Learning Diana and Actaeon from a set of Ovid's Metamorphoses Evan Levy 39 Gallery Cards from the Metropolitan Museum of Art Josef Albers, Homage to the Square: With Rays Juan de Flandes, The Marriage Feast at Cana Egypt, Hatshepsut Offers Maat to Amun Georges de la Tour, The Penitent Magdalen The Hang Twenty Project. Shawn K. Smith A beach town catches a public art wave. Wrap up the Year with Christo and Jeanne-Claude. Pam McNight Wrapping the classroom with twine and fabric. Mirror Painting Monoprints. Raynella Franklin Meeting Individual Needs. Diversity in the Artroom. Pam Stephens Student-Teacher Survival Guide Mary Coy Spry Middle School, Webster, New York Rebecca Arkenberg Museum Consultant Stratford, Connecticut 16 Art:21 On the Web @ Janet Payne Fine and Performing Arts Coordinator Stafford County Public School Stafford, Virginia Pamela Stephens Dept. of Art Education Northern Arizona University Flagstaff, Arizona Publisher Wyatt Wade Managing Editor David Coen Advertising Sales Christina Carelli Jessica McCorkle Designer Julia McCandless Art Director Douglass Scott Production Sarah Messier Hana Johnson Circulation Margherita Altobelli Subscription Manager Jackie Gothing Consulting Editor Claire Mowbray Golding ADVERTISING / BUSINESS OFFICE 50 Portland Street, Worcester, MA 01608 (800) 533-2847 / (508) 754-7201 / FAX (508) 791-0779 To inquire about SUBSCRIPTIONS & BACK ISSUES: Jackie Gothing (800) 533-2847 / (508) 754-7201 ext. 220 ADVERTISING: Christina Carelli (800) 533-2847 / (508) 754-7201 ext. 235 Jessica McCorkle (800) 533-2847 / (508) 754-7201 ext. 219 WRITER'S GUIDELINES: Sarah Messier (800) 533-2847 / (508) 754-7201 ext. 232 PERMISSION TO REPRODUCE ARTICLES: Copyright Clearance Center 222 Rosewood Drive, Danvers, MA 01923 (978) 750-8400 Send MANUSCRIPT submissions to: Nancy Walkup, Editor 2223 Parkside Drive, Denton, Texas, 76201 IS S N 00 36- 64 63 Copyright 2006 by Davis Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. The trademark SchoolArts is registered in the United States Patent Office and Canada. Published monthly, nine times a year, September through May. Periodicals Postage paid at Worcester, MA, and at additional mailing offices. Subscription rates, United States, $23.95 a year. Canada and foreign countries, $32.95 a year. Back issues when available, $4.00, payment with order. Manuscripts and photographs will be handled with care but the Magazine assumes no responsibility for them. The editors reserve the right to edit and adapt materials for use in SchoolArts. Unsolicited manuscripts must be accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Microfilm and Microfiche copies available from University Microfilm, Ann Arbor, MI 48106. Microfiche and Micro-opaque cards available from Microcard Editions, Information Handling Services, 5500 S. Valentia Way, Englewood, CO 08110. Microfiche copies available from Bell & Howell Co., Micro Photo Div., Old Mansfield Rd., Wooster, OH 44691 and from NewsBank, Inc., Periodical Dept., Main St., Chester, VT 05413. Microform copies available from Information Access Corp., One Park Ave., New York, NY 10016. Note: Correspondence regarding subscription information or problems should be addressed to SchoolArts, 50 Portland St., Worcester, MA 01608. Postmaster: Send address changes to SchoolArts, 50 Portland St., Worcester, MA 01608. Printed in the U.S.A.

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