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Artists and Social Issues: Acknowledgement

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kenneth.anderson (kenneth.anderson)
Tue, 04 Feb 1997 15:36:31 -0800

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The author wishes to express sincere appreciation to the following for
their guidance to curriculum resources related to Artists and Social
Issues:

Ryan J Kelsey and Miyuki Shimazu, a book on social issues called
"Contemporary Art and Multicultural Education," edited by Susan Cahan and
Zoya Kocur;
published by The New Museum of Contemporary Art (1996)
ISBN: 0-415-91189-3

Christine Beth Johnson, a reference to a univeristy art course at Michigan
Tech University.

Gretta Berghammer, reference to the book above and works of
Auguosto Boal and Fraire.

Karen Hamblen , a high school curriculum with art activities written by
Amnesty International titled THE UPROOTED REFUGEES IN THE UNITED STATES.
They also wrote a curriculum for grades K-6 titled HUMAN RIGHTS FOR
CHILDREN. These can be obtained from Hunter House Publishers, (510)
865-5282 or (800)
266-5592.

Graeme Chalmers, (the other Amnesty International reference that Karen
Hamblen cited) Amnesty International (1991) Free Expression: The Amnesty
International Art Education Pack. London: Amnesty International, British
Section. Another British source:
Oxfam (1990)
Art and Development Education Materials: Art Against Apartheid and
Antriracism and Art in Britain and South Africa.
Oxford, UK: Oxfam Education & Publications.

Also, please note Teresa Tipton's suggestions posted 3 Feb 1997.

Moreover, thanks to ArtsEdNet for their valuable public service. Apologies
to any of our arts colleagues who were overlooked. Please note my E-mail
address change to kenneth.anderson


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