Beyond the traditional in art : facing a pluralistic society : a report on the United States Society for Education through Art (USSEA) Symposium, 1991, Columbus, Ohio / Robert J. Saunders, editor
- Foreword -- Introduction -- pt. I. Overview of symposium. Opening session -- pt. II. General sessions. Art and politics in a Chippewa Indian community: a personal narrative / Walt Bresette ; Comprehensive multicultural art education / Michael Kendall ; Update on the NAEA multicultural resource register / Vesta A.H. Daniel ; The ecological imperative (1991 version) / Suzi Gablik -- pt. III. Point of view sessions. 1. Clarifying multicultural terminology / Patsy R. Dunmire, Heinz Klein, and Frances Yates ; 2. The breakdown of the the Western Europea tradition in art and the development of a multicultural art canon / John Antoine Labadie and Judith W. Simpson ; 3A. Aesthetics and criticism of art from other than the Western European tradition: I / Willis Davis [and others] ; 3B. Aesthetics and criticism of art from other than the Western European tradition: II / Debra Ambush [and others] ; 4. Strategies for deciding which cultures to include in a multicultural art curriculum / Elizabeth M. Delacruz, Laura Magee, and Teresa Rozewski ; 5. Organizing and sequencing meaningful multicultural and crosscultural art programs / Daniel J. Frye [and others] ; 6A. Teacher preparation in multicultural art education: I / Maryl Fletcher DeJong [and others] ; 6B. Teacher preparation in multicultural art education: II / Jaqueline Chanda [and others] ; 7. Problems of authenticity and simulation in student-made and commercially produced ethnic and multicultural art / Julie Di Siena [and others] ; 8. The politics of multicultural art education / Georgia Collins [and others] ; 9. Feminism, gender, and age issues as themes in multicultural art education / Kim Finley-Stanbury, Laurie E. Hicks, and Heta Kauppinen ; 10. The place of child art, exhibits, and exchange exhibits in multicultural art education / Jacquiline Touba and Anne Gregory ; 11. Empirical and applied research and evaluation in multicultural art programs / Carole A. Bowker [and others] ; 12. The role of art museums and collections of folk and ethnic art in multicultural art education programs / Douglas L. Bland, Kristin G. Congdon, and John F. Moe -- pt. IV Evaluation. Summary of evaluation card responses ; Reflections and afterthoughts: evaluation by the symposium coordinator -- pt. V. Appendixes. A. Call for presenters.
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