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Re: incorporating art in the classroom
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Kathrine L Walker
Thu, 11 Apr 1996 10:39:05 -0500 (CDT)
Book illustration would be one very logical tie. Also various writing
projects - from expository to creative - based on art.
NAEA has an advisory paper published in the spring of 1992 entitled
"Joint Statement on Integration of the Arts with Other Displines" as a
The Art Institute of Chicago pulished a Multiple Expressions Tour lesson
plan for "Art and Creative Writing" in 1991.
The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (4804 Hollywood Blvd. L.A. 90027
and a handbook called Introducing Poetry throught the Visual Arts.
Hope some of this is helpful
Kathrine Walker, Beach Museu of Art
On Tue, 9 Apr 1996 rmorgan wrote:
> I am an undergraduate at Simmons College (education/art
> history/english major) I am currently working on a project researching
> how art can be used to enhance English (or any other subject). My plan
> is to present a lesson plan for a subject and incorporate artwork into
> it. My goal is to do a presentation that would show other students in my
> class what a useful and helpfull tool art can be...I would greatly
> aprieciate any suggestions or help. my email address is
> rmorgan Thank you,
> Rachel Morgan
> Simmons College
> Boston, Ma