Betty LaDuke: Art Reflecting Life.
Salem, MA: Salem Art Association,
2007. DVD, 60 mins., $20.00.
Betty LaDuke: Art Refelcting Life
showcases the life and work of Oregon
painter, Betty LaDuke. For more than
forty years LaDuke travelled around
the world to paint the people, narratives, and lives of different cultures
she has experienced. LaDuke’s goal is
to capture the essence of the communities she encounters to allow others
to appreciate diversity in art. Her relationship with Heifer International, an
organization that helps people around
the world fight hunger and poverty,
reflects in her passion to help communities through art.
Digital Photography Posters. Glen-
view, IL: Crystal Productions. $64.95
for a set of twelve.
Crystal Productions’ Digital Photog-
raphy Posters serves as an easy refer-
ence for students and teachers alike.
Beginning with a poster that offers an
introduction, the set guides viewers
to explore types of digital cameras,
shooting modes, lighting, lenses,
archiving, printing, and sharing of
photos. Each 18 x 24" ( 46 x 61 cm)
poster is printed in full color with a
variety of engaging images that effec-
tively show the concept illustrated.
These posters are printed on heavy
stock, covered with a protective coat-
ing, and pre-punched with holes for
hanging. Digital Photography Posters
is highly recommended as a resource
for upper elementary, middle, second-
ary, and post-secondary teachers.
—Pam Stephens is associate professor of
art education at Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff.
Architecture in Education
Architecture in Education is a project of the Philadelphia Chapter of
the American Institute of Architects
(AIA), who believe that students
should be introduced to how cities
are made, how design affects human
behavior, how the natural and built
worlds affect each other, and how
individuals can influence their environments. Architectural concepts provide the basis for hands-on, interactive
projects, including drawing, writing,
model making, neighborhood walks,
field trips, research, observation, and
—Rebecca Arkenberg is a museum
consultant from Stratford, Connecticut.
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