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International Society for Education through Art, Arnhem (Netherlands)
Art Education.; Collected Works, Serials.; Art Criticism.
This theme issue of "InSEA News" focuses on contemporary technology and art education. The articles are: "International Travel and Contemporary Technology" (Gilbert Clark); "Recollections and Visions for Electronic Computing in Art Education" (Guy Hubbard); "Using Technologies in Art Education: A Review of Current Issues" (Li-Fen Lu); "Reflections on a Chinese Past" (Doug Boughton); "Teacher Seeks Students' Artworks" (Mary Scheesley); "A Morning Experience in a Brazilian Art Museum" (L. B. P. Frange); "The Garden of Earthly Delights" (Hal McWhinnie); "Latin American and Caribe Art Education Meeting" (Ana Mae Barbosa); "Using Computer Technologies: Some Questions" (Jenny Aland); "Early Childhood Art Websites for Young Children" (Barbara Piscitelli); "Minutes of the InSEA General Assembly in Glasgow" (Diederick Schonau); "Tanay's Heart in the Middle of the World: Sparking International Dialogue" (Anna Martin); "Art Education on the Rhine: The 1999 ESIS Art Conference" (Darren Trebel); "International Symposium on Art Education: Taiwan Museum, Taichung, March 1999" (Ann C. S. Kuo); "Art Teachers Hampered by Lack of Training" (Marie Whaley); and "Piecing Together the Puzzle of Peace Building: The Canadian Kids Guernica" (Rita Irwin). (BT)
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