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February 2008


Additional Links:

From Arts Update (page 8)

To learn more about the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Education Leaders Institute, visit:

For more information about VSA arts’ Start with the Arts program, visit:

For official “Stuck at the Prom®” contest rules and registration forms, visit:

Cover Story: Culture Through Clay ... Integrating African Traditions Into American Curriculum (page 16-17)

To learn more about South Africa’s Ardmore Ceramics studio, visit:

Learning from Exhibitions: June Kaneko (page 22-24):

To learn more about artist Jun Kaneko, and to obtain teaching resources, visit:

Clip & Save Art Print/Stow Wengenroth, “Brooklyn Bridge in Winter” (page 25-28)

To view a 1936 photograph of artist Stow Wengenroth, visit:

To read a brief profile of Stow Wengenroth, visit the International Fine Print Dealers Association Web site:

To read about Stow Wengenroth and see some of his work, visit:
(When you arrive at the above Web page, scroll down until you see "Stow Wengenroth Lithographs")

The printmaking process is defined at the following link:

Visit “What is a Print?” at the Museum of Modern Art’s Web site to take students on a virtual tour of the lithographic process:

The following Web sites offer many examples of Wengenroth’s lithographs:

Other related Web links:
(follow the link to > Art& Library > Artist Biographies > Wengenroth, Stow)

“eARTh... it’s got ART: Australia (page 41)
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