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Table Of Contents

1–1. Quotations About Art for the Classroom
1–2. Websites Especially for the Art Teacher
1–3. Acronyms for the Art Teacher
1–4. Art Definitions
1–10. National Visual Arts Standards (5–8)*
1–11. National Visual Arts Standards (9–12)*
1–12. Selected Glossary from the National Visual Arts Standards*§
1–13. The Big Idea
1–14. DBAE: Discipline-Based Art Education
1–15. Tips on Writing Art Lesson Plans
1–16. Sample Art Lesson Plan
1–17. Assessment Strategies
1–18. Creating a Scoring Guide
1–19. Accommodations in Art for Special Needs Students
1–20. Gifted and Talented Students in the Visual Arts
1–21. A Vital and Visible Art Program
1–22. Involve Families in Your Art Program
1–23. Public Relations and Photography Guidelines
1–24. Publicity Photography
1–25. Tips on Photographing Artwork: Digital or Film
1–26. Writing Art-Related Articles for Publication
1–27. Safety Reminders for the Art Room
1–28. Weight and Measure Equivalents
2–1. Quotations
Introduction
2–2. Preparing Students for a Museum Visit
2–3. Museums Devoted to the Work of One Artist
2–4. International Artists’ Homes or Museums
2–5. Museums with Special Folk Art Collections
2–6. Museums of Decorative Arts and Contemporary Crafts*
2–7. Museums with Special Ancient and Classical Art Collections
2–8. Museums with Outstanding Photographic Collections
2–9. Asian Art in American and International Museums
2–10. American and International Jewish Museums
2–11. Museums of Art and Architecture
2–12. African American Art Museums
2–13. American Museums with Special Emphasis on Hispanic Art
2–14. Museums That Specialize in American Western Art
2–15. Art Museums and Collections in the United States
2–16. Major Museums in Other Countries
3–1. Quotations
3–10. What Did It Sell For?
3–11. Timelines of Art History
3–18. Classicism and Romanticism in Art
3–19. Greek and Roman Gods, Goddesses, and Heroes
3–20. Seventy-Five Mythological Paintings
3–21. Fifty Famous Art Objects
3–22. Art History and Artists
3–23. Contemporary Artists
3–24. Famous Women Artists
3–25. African American Artists
Introduction: Having a Multicultural Art Program
4–1. Quotations
4–2. North American Timeline
4–3. Native American Timeline
4–5. African Timeline
4–6. Middle Eastern Timeline
4–7. Oceania Timeline
4–9. International Holidays
4–10. National and Religious Holidays in Countries Around the World
4–11. Religious Holidays and Festivals in Various Cultures
4–12. Heritage Months in the United States
4–13. Body Art
4–14. Universal Symbols
4–15. Universal Arts and Crafts
4–16. Arts and Crafts Projects from Many Cultures
4–17. Native American Artists
4–18. Native American Craft Specialties by Region
4–19. Rock Art Sites to Visit
4–20. Famous Hispanic Artists
4–21. Famous Middle Eastern Artists
4–22. Well-Known Artists from Oceania
4–23. Asian Artists
4–24. Japanese Historical Periods
4–25. Chinese Dynasties
5–1. Quotations
5–2. Really Useful Reference Books for Art Teachers
5–3. Art Magazines
5–4. Visual Art Book Publishers
5–5. Where to Find Visual Art Images
5–6. Purchased Educational Games
5–7. Hollywood Films About Artists
5–8. Documentary Films About Artists and Art Appreciation
6–1. Quotations
6–2. Art Supply Resources in the United States
6–3. Materials and Equipment Needed for Art Classes
6–4. Paper Definitions
6–5. Types of Paper
6–6. Cardboard
6–7. Graphic Design Tools (Non-Digital)
6–8. Cutting Equipment
6–9. Adhesives and Related Materials
6–10. Tape
6–12. Equipment and Materials for Papier Maché
6–11. Clips and Fasteners
6–13. Collage Equipment and Materials
6–14. Book-Making Equipment and Definitions
6–15. Drawing Materials
6–16. Drawing Definitions
6–17. Pencils
6–18. Erasers
6–19. Pastels
6–20. Crayons
6–22. Inks
6–21. Markers
6–23. Brushes
6–24. Painting Materials
6–25. Painting Definitions
6–26. Color Pigments
6–27. Types of Paint
6–28. Watercolor Equipment
6–29. Printmaking Materials
6–30. Printmaking Definitions
6–31. Cheap Substitutes for Expensive Materials
6–32. Where to Find Useful Art Materials for Little Money
6–33. Recycling for Teachers of Art
7–1. Quotations About the Graphic Arts
7–2. Famous Artists and Their Subjects
7–3. Great Themes in Painting
7–4. Painting a School Mural
7–5. Plein-Air Painting
7–6. Master Painters and Examples of Their Work
7–7. Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Artists
7–8. Music to Paint By
7–9. Artists Especially Known for Their Drawings
7–10. Printmaking Timeline
7–11. Famous Printmakers
8–1. Quotations About Photography
8–2. Events in Photography
8–3. Photo Secession, 1905–1917
8–4. Group F.64 Photographers, 1932–c. 1936
8–5. Farm Security Administration Photographers, 1935–c. 1941
8–6. Painters and Photography
8–7. Fifty Famous Contemporary Photographers
8–9. One Hundred Notable Photographers
8–10. Historical Photo Terms
8–11. Photo-Appreciation Activities
8–12. Photographic Controls, Equipment, and Definitions
8–13. Creating Beauty
8–14. Photography Assignments
8–15. Photojournalism Assignments
8–16. Suggested Subjects for Photography
8–17. Terms Used in Computer Graphics
8–18. Digital Graphics Photography Projects
8–19. Computer Graphics Without a Camera
8–20. Video Definitions
8–21. Using a Video Camcorder
8–22. Video Camcorder Projects
8–23. Video Storyboard
9–1. Quotations
9–2. Sculpture Definitions
9–3. Materials and Equipment for Sculpture
9–4. Hardwoods and Softwoods for Carving
9–5. Safety Reminders for Sculpture
9–6. Important Sculptures by Unknown Artists
9–7. Fifty Master Sculptors and Examples of Their Work
9–8. Famous Sculptors, Listed by Country
9–9. One Hundred Public Art Pieces
9–10. Ceramics Definitions
9–11. Equipment and Materials for Ceramics
9–12. Teaching Ceramics
9–13. Decorating Methods for Ceramic Vessels
9–14. Famous Ceramics Artists
10–1. Quotations About Architecture
10–2. Architectural Terms
10–3. Architectural Elements
10–4. Famous Architects and Buildings Around the World
10–5. Contemporary Architecture
10–6. Frank Lloyd Wright Houses and Buildings Open to the Public
10–7. Building Innovations from Many Cultures
10–8. American Building Styles
10–9. American Museum-Houses by General Style
10–10. State Capitol Buildings and Their Architects
10–11. Vernacular Architecture
10–12. Eccentric Architecture
11–1. Quotations
11–2. Subject Ideas
11–3. Better Composition
11–4. Ways to Change an Object in a Composition
11–5. One-Hour Projects
11–6. Ten Ideas for Combining Art with Language Arts
11–7. Fifteen Ideas for Combining Art with Math
11–8. Ten Ideas for Combining Art with Science
11–9. Ten Ideas for Combining Art with Social Studies
11–10. Art Field Trips
11–11. The Face
11–12. The Human Figure
11–13. Black and White
11–14. Colored Pencils
11–15. Markers
11–16. Crayons
11–17. Pastels
11–18. Mixed Media
11–19. Painting Information
11–20. Watercolor
11–21. Tempera
11–22. Finger Painting
11–23. Oil and Acrylic
11–24. Printmaking
11–25. Graphic Design
11–26. Paper
11–27. Papier Maché
11–28. Collage
11–29. Book Arts
11–30. Fiber Arts
11–31. Ceramics
11–32. Sculpture
11–33. Architectural
12–1. Quotations
12–2. Preparing an Admissions Portfolio
12–3. Careers in Art
12–4. Degrees Available in Art and Related Fields of Study
12–5. Abbreviations for Art(s) Degrees
List 12–6. Independent Art Schools and Art Institutes
12–7. American Art Schools, Colleges, and Universities
Credit Notes
Index
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The Art Teacher's Book of Lists

The Art Teacher's Book of Lists

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A revised and updated edition of the best-selling resource for art teachers

This time-tested book is written for teachers who need accurate and updated information about the world of art, artists, and art movements, including the arts of Africa, Asia, Native America and other diverse cultures. The book is filled with tools, resources, and ideas for creating art in multiple media. Written by an experienced artist and art instructor, the book is filled with vital facts, data, readings, and other references,

Each of the book's lists has been updated and the includes some 100 new lists Contains new information on contemporary artists, artwork, art movements, museum holdings, art websites, and more Offers ideas for dynamic art projects and lessons

Diverse in its content, the book covers topics such as architecture, drawing, painting, graphic arts, photography, digital arts, and much more.

A revised and updated edition of the best-selling resource for art teachers

This time-tested book is written for teachers who need accurate and updated information about the world of art, artists, and art movements, including the arts of Africa, Asia, Native America and other diverse cultures. The book is filled with tools, resources, and ideas for creating art in multiple media. Written by an experienced artist and art instructor, the book is filled with vital facts, data, readings, and other references,

Each of the book's lists has been updated and the includes some 100 new lists Contains new information on contemporary artists, artwork, art movements, museum holdings, art websites, and more Offers ideas for dynamic art projects and lessons

Diverse in its content, the book covers topics such as architecture, drawing, painting, graphic arts, photography, digital arts, and much more.

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