When I started teaching (and still!) I found "School Arts" to be the
most helpful in terms of helping to generate ideas. "Art News" and/or "Art
in America" are good contemporary adult art resources, too. One of the best
things you can do is join your State branch of the National Art Education
Association. It will provide a wealth of resources and opportunities for
you. It's money well spent, too, as the Association promotes Art Education.
At 06:06 PM 3/18/96 -0500, you wrote: >Hello everyone! > I was wondering if anyone could recommend some good art education >and/or craft magazines to me and tell me why they are so good. Being a >college student I don't have a lot of money to be getting subscriptions to >magazines, but I would like to get one so if you could let me know I would >greatly appreciate it. Thank you. > Amy Butterfield > Student teaching at Potsdam Elementary School > > > >