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ITEM article title author issue date subject page
A019616 Pixel Palette Smedley C. Manion Jan 1996 Technology Helps Bring Us Together
16
A019618 Personal Totems Chyril Ayotte Jan 1996 Students make their own Native American style totems
18
A019620 Integrating The Curriculum Berniece Patterson Jan 1996 The artistic tradition of the southwest Native American Necklaces
20
A019622 Anasazi Inspired Johanna Riddle Jan 1996 Using geometric principals to great an Anasazi design
22
A019624 Duct Monsters Bill Yarborough and Nancy Walkup Reynolds Jan 1996 Elaboration on Oaxacan Folk Art
24
A019626 A-Maise-Ing Abstractions Beverley MacDonald Jan 1996 A multi-cultural project, students try to represent "Corn Spirit"
26
A019628 Uncovering Art From The Land Down Under Toni Daller Jan 1996 Aborigine art project
28
A019630 Canopic Creations Liesa Schroeder Jan 1996 Egyptian style canopic jars
30
A019631 Welcome To Our Art Gallery Debra West Jan 1996 Would you like a seat?
31
A019632 Artists In Their Studios Peter Hiller Jan 1996 Researching artist and what their studios were like.
32
A019637

Abstract Expressionists Style

Marti Tuck

Jan 1996

Abstract Expressionism

37

A029616 The Beauty Of Underglaze Decoration Neville Ellis Feb 1996 Underglazing pottery project
16
A029622 Wild Whistles Hugh Peterson Feb 1996 Wild And Crazy Pinch-Pot Whistles
22
A029624 Clay & Fiber Carol Liebergen Feb 1996 It's A Natural!
24
A029629 Contemporary Kitsch Harriet Gamble Feb 1996 An interview with Scott Rench
29
A029640 Sybols Of Love Peter Hiller Feb 1996 Valentine's Day Art Project
40
A029646 A Room With A View Peter Hiller Feb 1996 Cellophane drawing, photocopy of drawing, color experimentation.
46
A029647 Space Aliens Michael LiPira Feb 1996 A lesson that integrated form, shape and color.
47
A029649 Typographical Awareness Irv Osterer Feb 1996 A project to experiment with letter forms
49
A039616 Crowning Story Jane Maxfield March 1996 Using the scientific process to explore the natural phenomenon of human sight
16
A039620 Schoolscapes Mary Novak-Connair March 1996 An advanced drawing project where drawing the school is the main objective.
20
A039622 Impressions Of Me Geri Greenman March 1996 Students give an impression of themselves using self portraits
22
A039624 Patterns With Personality Victoria L. Rippeon March 1996 Abstract interpretation of students favorite animals
24
A039629 Colorful Creations Jeanne Marozzi March 1996 An organic and geometric shape project
29
A039630 Dream Drawings Karen A. Chrisman March 1996 A project to take on the imagery and atmosphere of dreams
30
A039632 Highlights And Shadows Marlene C. Witham March 1996 A project introducing highlights and shadows
32
A049623 I Offer You My Window Geeta Harvey April 1996 Coexistence in Diversity
23
A049626 Dare To Think New Jean Morman Unsworth April 1996 Integrating the curriculum into the art lesson
26
A049628 The Japanese Viewpoint John A. Varmecky April 1996 Painting from a different perspective
28
A049630 Rainless Rainbows Peter Hiller April 1996 Finding Rainbows out of the Rain
30
A049632 Hopes And Fears Smedley C. Manion April 1996 Self portraits incorporating a students hopes and fears
32
A049634 Wild Watercolor Wonders Paula Guhin April 1996 Spontaneous nonobjective watercolor paintings
34
A049636 What Would You Store In Your Jar? Karen Skophammer April 1996 "What would you keep in a large see-through jar?"
36
A049641 Bountiful Butterflies Janet Bledsoe April 1996 An introduction to watercolor techniques
41
A049642 Painting On Higher Ground Ann Marie Costa April 1996 Creating something that extends beyond the standard painting surface
42
A049644 Healing A Community Through Art Rosemary Overstreet April 1996 A community involved mural
44
A049646 Earth Day Every Day Craig Hinshaw April 1996 Making a ceramic tile mural
46
A059612 Digital Imaging Michael Hooper May 1996 Students Benefit From Corporate Sponsorship
12
A059614 Compupainting An Impressionist Landscape Smedley C. Manion May 1996 Painting landscape on a computer
14
A059616 Architecture in the Art Room Dona Z. Meilach May 1996 Inspired Spires
16
A059618 Geodesic Structures Bill Yarborough and Nancy Walkup Reynolds May 1996 Modular Systems Of Construction
18
A059620 Seeing It From Another Perspective Marianne Gubler May 1996 Introduction to one point perspective
20
A059629 Do You Read Me? Lauren Parmalee Murphy May 1996 Decorating stand-up cardboard letters
29
A059630 Repousse Caousel Animals Rhett Regina Owings May 1996 Making carousel animals out of heavy aluminum
30
A059632 Time For A New Art Project? Peter Hiller May 1996 Clock Design Project
32
A059634 Working With Apprentices Paul Sherman May 1996 A life size ceramic sculpture
34
A059637 Photographic Expression Jack Zichittella May 1996 Listen To The Trees
37
A059638 Colorizing The Warhol Way Julia Hoffman May 1996 Colorizing Photographs
38
A069622 Hydrants On Main Street Jody Nordeen June 1996 Students Paint Fire-Hydrants
22
A069625 Cardboard Ethnic Masks Sandra High Lester June 1996 Recycled art project
25
A069626 Inegrating The Curriculum Edie Pistolesi June 1996 Bugs, A Student Project
26
A069628 Critters Lainee Scholl June 1996 A woodworking poject
28
A069629 Comics Cubist Style Joan Cassidy June 1996 Students draw their favotire comics in cubist style
29
A069630 Editorial Cartoons Virginia Humphreys Booth June 1996 Creating editorial cartoons of teachers for a school newspaper
30
A069632
Capturing Caricatures
Gary Michael
June 1996
Students make caricatures
32
A069637
Ceiling Paintings
Carol Euritt
June 1996
Creative way to decorate the art room
37
A069638
What Do You Do With An Ugly Art Room Wall?
Alan M. Kalis
June 1996
Relief sculpturing of ugly faces
38
A069639
Let The Light Shine In
Gail Duchen
June 1996
Reproduction of The American Windows
39
A099616
Takin' The Express Way
Geri Greenman
Sept 1996
Self portraits with a spin
16
A099621
An Idea Worth Trying
Louise A. Murphy
Sept 1996
Visual Literacy
21
A099622
The Creativity Test
Virginia Humphreys Booth
Sept 1996
Incorporating creativity into the school curriculum
22
A099632
Junkyard Field Trip
Smedley C. Manion
Sept 1996
Art from a junkyard
32
A099634
Meaningful Art Stations
Pamela Geiger Stephens
Sept 1996
More than busy work
34
A099640
Enriching With Pattern
Darlene Ryan
Sept 1996
Observe and create patterns
40
A099642
My Pet Worm
Annette Cash
Sept 1996
A Multimedia Kinder Experience
42
A109612
Collage...
Richard Hamwi
Oct 1996
With Self-Prepared Colored Papers
12
A109614
Pulp Sensation
Donald Gruber
Oct 1996
A papermaking project
14
A109616
Tip Your Hat To Sculpture
Yvonne Greene
Oct 1996
Manipulate materials on a personal level
16
A109618
On Our Way To The Art Gallery
Karen Skophammer
Oct 1996
Paper Cut-Out Portraits
18
A109624
Fall Fun Leaf Prints
Anne Hamilton
Oct 1996
Leaf Print Collages
24
A109625
Clever Cut Paper Environments
Karen Skophammer
Oct 1996
Paper Manipulation
25
A109626
Sounds Of The City
Mary Kathleen O'Donnell
Oct 1996
Lesson based on the art of Stuart Davis
26
A109627
Integrating The Curriculum
Millie Cody
Oct 1996
Background, Middle, Foreground
27
A109633
An Idea Worth Trying
Katie O'Hara-Kelly
Oct 1996
Skeletons In Your Closet
33
A109642
Klee Castles
Victoria Lynn Rippeon
Oct 1996
Castles inspired by Paul Klee
42
A109644
Painting Of The Animals
Peter Hiller
Oct 1996
Painting animals from live models
44
A119615
Pixel Palette
Smedley C. Manion
Nov 1996
Disk Label Designs
15
A119616
Pixel Palette
Michelle Tillander
Nov 1996
To Compute Or Not To Compute
16
A119620
Sockeye Salmon Run
Connie Karst
Nov 1996
Combining science with art
20
A119622
Verbalizing About Images
Antoinette E. Turnquist
Nov 1996
Expressions In Print
22
A119624
Printmaking For Primary Grades
Marie Derby
Nov 1996
Younger students take a crack at printmakings
24
A119632
The Urban Landscape
John A. Varmecky
Nov 1996
Heavy Machinery
32
A119634
Think Small...
Hugh Peterson
Nov 1996
Achieve Success!
34
A119636
Minding Our Manners
Carolyn Lang Harrington
Nov 1996
Creating a three dimension place setting
36
A119637
Guess Who's Coming To Dinner
Kathy Cunningham
Nov 1996
Making a dining room for Thanksgiving guests
37
A119638
Cornucopias Abound
Peter Hiller
Nov 1996
Painting, Weaving, and making Ceramic Cornucopias
38
A129629
Painting With Yarn
Karen Skophammer
Dec 1996
A project exploring line, color, texture, space, value and shape
29
A129630
Visual Storytelling
Sylvia T. Clark
Dec 1996
Handmade fabric art
30
A129632
Bead Weaving
Donald Gruber
Dec 1996
From Start To Finish
32
A129634
Linear Mosaics
Rubin Steinberg
Dec 1996
A wood Line and Shape project
34
A129636
Hearts For The Homeless
Paula Moore
Dec 1996
Making a quilt for homeless children
36
A129638
Woven Experimentation
Marcia H. Buban
Dec 1996
Experimenting with materials to find new media for self expression
38
A129640
ABC and 123
Helen Evensen
Dec 1996
Lively Letters Live It Up
40
A129648
Sidewalk Silhouettes
Carolyn Lang Harrington
Dec 1996
Holiday silhouettes
48
A129649
Sponge-Painted Snowmen
Karen Skophammer
Dec 1996
Mixing and painting that requires no brush
49
 
                         
 
 
 

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