Table of Contents May/June 2011
On the cover: Student artwork inspired by Andy
Goldsworthy from “Collaborating with Forms in
Nature” on page 22.
42 Twirling Trash
Understanding the unintended
consequences of plastic.
19 A Second Life for CDs
Making stained-glass inspired
art from discarded CDs.
36 The Mouse That Roared
Creative uses for
Recycling Pop Art
33 Travel with Us!
SchoolArts travel opportunities.
34 Sketchbook Inspirations
Learning from one student’s
40 Finding Meaning in the Details
Sharon McKittrick Boyle
Cut-paper relief sculptures.
A Brilliant Idea
Starting with a light bulb.
22 Collaborating with Forms in Nature
Aileen Pugliese Castro
Taking art outside.
Here Comes the Sun
38 Going Green Robots
Jacqueline M. Nelson
Using computer parts creatively.
in Ralli Quilts
Learning about Pakistani and
Indian culture through quilting.
An imaginative reuse of
We Aim to Amuse
Making creatures from
43 Green Showcase
46 Summer/Fall Educational Directory
51 2010–2011 Index of Articles and Authors
Corrections: In the April 2011 Looking
and Learning, the photographer of Cai
Guo-Qiang’s Drawing for Transient
Rainbow was not credited. The image
was photographed by Hiro Ihara.
Themina Kader, author of “The Art of
Henna” (April 2011 online) is NCID
2009 Exemplary Diversity Scholar of
the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
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