4 Editor’s Comments
6 Museum Musings
8 Point of View
9 New Products
15 Teacher-Student Portfolio
48 Resource Center
Drip, Drop, Splatter! Megan Pendleton 36
A Quiet Landscape, Neri Luzietti
Mixed-Media Self-Portrait, Jovahna Pena
White-on-Black Clothesline, Lori Stevens
16 Craft in America
A journey to the artists, origins, and work of American craft.
26 ArtEd Online
Get Creative with Creative Commons, Craig Roland
Painting No. 7, Franz Kline
On the Web www.schoolartsonline.com
All Students Deserve Art. Helen Goren Shafton
Meeting Individual Needs.
Demonstrating Professional Knowledge. Pam Stephens
Student-Teacher Survival Guide.
Three-Dimensional Cubist Musicians. Marel Sitron
Reinterpreting a Picasso painting as sculpture.
Visual Analogs, Part II. Faith Jessup, Lisa Lipscomb,
and Ricardo Ramirez
Challenging sequential art problems.
Why Go to the NAEA Conference? Jessica Bradley, Jessica
Davis, Tara Nunimaker, and Erika Tsouras
Musings of pre-service art educators.
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