volume index
Reproduced from the June 2000 issue of Arts & Activities.
Vol. 127, Feb. – June 2000

In every January and June/Summer issue, Arts & Activities® publishes a Volume Index. The Index lists, by category and author, the articles that ran during a particular five-issue volume. We recommend that you photocopy the Volume Indexes and keep them in a binder for reference when looking for articles and information dealing with a particular topic, medium, artist, art technique, etc.

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ART APPRECIATION/ART HISTORY

Art Across the Curriculum: Eden Revisited, Feb., p. 26
Art Across the Curriculum: Hills for the Head, Apr., p. 38
Art Across the Curriculum: What Gets Your Goat?, June, p. 30
The Art of Blacksmithing, May, p. 29
Chalk Murals and Great Artists, June, p. 28
Clay Corner: Sculptural Humor...An Interview with Deb Fleck-Stabley, Apr., p. 54
Learning from Exhibitions: Ship to Shore...Marine Paintings from the Butler Institute of American Art, Apr., p. 45
Learning from Exhibitions: Norman Rockwell...Pictures for the American People, June, p. 16
Puppet Revolutionary: An Interview with John E. Kennedy, June, p. 38
Seals and Scrolls, Feb., p. 22
Sequencing Events: Exploring Art and Art Jobs, Apr., p. 52
Shape and Surface: An Interview with Lana Wilson, Feb., p. 33
Teaching Art with Art: Artistic Interpretations of Great Predators, Apr., p. 30
Teaching Art with Art: Sculptural Ideas with Sketches and Maquettes, May, p. 32
Teaching Art with Art: Sculptures of Ordinary People, June, p. 22
Walking Through History: Thomas Hart Benton’s Home and Studio, Mar., p. 38


CERAMICS/CLAY

Art Across the Curriculum: Eden Revisited, Feb., p. 26
Clay Corner: Sculptural Humor...An Interview with Deb Fleck-Stabley, Apr., p. 54
Gargoyles are Grrrreat, Feb., p. 24
The Ins and Outs of Relief Casting, May, p. 36
Seals and Scrolls, Feb., p. 22
Shape and Surface: An Interview with Lana Wilson, Feb., p. 33
Telling Stories Through Sculpture, May, p. 22


CLIP & SAVE ART PRINTS

Bester, Willie, Crossroads, Mar., p. 25
Chingono, Harry, The King’s Secret, May, p. 25
Mtetwa, Sabena, Basket, Feb., p. 29
Preller, Alexis, Mapogga Rondawel, June, p. 33
Siopas, Penelope, Unrequited, Apr., p. 41


COMPUTER ART/PIXEL PALETTE

Creating Artistic Math Concepts on the Computer, May, p. 19
We’re 4 Stamp Designs, May, p. 20


DRAWING AND PAINTING

A Beautiful End to a Day, Mar., p. 31
Celebrate the Arts: Make It Musical, Apr., p. 49
Chair-ish, Feb., p. 46
Chalk Murals and Great Artists, June, p. 28
Design in Letters, Feb., p. 44
Drawing Feat, Mar., p. 18
A Drip, Drip Here and a Drip, Drip There, Apr., p. 36
End of the Year and End of the Paints, June, p. 26
Everything But the Kitchen Sink: An Exploration of Significant Events, Apr., p. 34
Flying High with Spring, Mar., p. 24
Going Around in Circles, Apr., p. 50
Hanging a “Round,” Mar., p. 29
Henna Salon, June, p. 27
Integrating the Curriculum: Historical Reference, June, p. 20
Looking at Faces from a New Angle, Mar., p. 20
Ode to Odors, Feb., p. 42
Portraits with a Twist, Mar., p. 30
A Post-Modern George, Feb., p. 20
Sir Real, Apr., p. 28
Teaching Art with Art: Artistic Interpretations of Great Predators, Apr., p. 30
Where’s the Teapot? From Still-Life Drawings to Abstract Designs, Mar., p. 22


ELEMENTARY (K–5)

Art for the “Big Screen,” Feb., p. 17
A Beautiful End to a Day, Mar., p. 31
Children’s Art Diary: Flashlight Artists, Feb., p. 18
Children’s Art Diary: Game Board Artists, June, p. 62
Children’s Art Diary: You’ve Got Art Mail, Apr., p. 64
End of the Year and End of the Paints, June, p. 26
Everything But the Kitchen Sink: An Exploration of Significant Events, Apr., p. 34
Flying High with Spring, Mar., p. 24
Going Around in Circles: A Kindergarten Lesson, Apr., p. 50
Hanging a “Round,” Mar., p. 29
The Ins and Outs of Relief Casting, May, p. 36
Looking at Faces from a New Angle, Mar., p. 20
Ode to Odors, Feb., p. 42
“Stone Age” Fun: Releasing the Animal Within, May, p. 24


FORUM: THOUGHTS TO SHARE

The Benefits of Art Education, Apr., p. 66


INTERDISCIPLINARY

Art Across the Curriculum: Eden Revisited, Feb., p. 26
Art Across the Curriculum: Hills for the Head, Apr., p. 38
Art Across the Curriculum: What Gets Your Goat?, June, p. 30
Celebrate the Arts: Make It Musical, Apr., p. 49
Creating Artistic Math Concepts on the Computer, May, p. 19
Design in Letters, Feb., p. 44
Historical Perspective, June, p. 20
Icosahedrons: A Multifaceted Project, May, p. 38
A Post-Modern George, Feb., p. 20
Seals and Scrolls, Feb., p. 22
Sequencing Events: Exploring Art and Art Jobs, Apr., p. 52
Telling Stories Through Sculpture, May, p. 22


MIDDLE SCHOOL (6–8)

Celebrate the Arts: Make It Musical, Apr., p. 49
Creating Artistic Math Concepts on the Computer, May, p. 19
Design in Letters, Feb., p. 44
Gargoyles are Grrrreat, Feb., p. 24
Hanging a “Round,” Mar., p. 29
Icosahedrons: A Multifaceted Project, May, p. 38
Seals and Scrolls, Feb., p. 22
Sequencing Events: Exploring Art and Art Jobs, Apr.,p. 52


MIXED MEDIA

Art for the “Big Screen,” Feb., p. 17
A Beautiful End to a Day, Mar., p. 31
Children’s Art Diary: Gameboard Artists, June, p. 62
Children’s Art Diary: Flashlight Artists, Feb., p. 18
Children’s Art Diary: You’ve Got Art Mail, Apr., p. 64
Everything But the Kitchen Sink: An Exploration of Significant Events, Apr., p. 34
Flying High with Spring, Mar., p. 24
The Ins and Outs of Relief Casting, May, p. 36
Ode to Odors, Feb., p. 42
Portraits with a Twist, Mar., p. 30
Seals and Scrolls, Feb., p. 22


MULTICULTURAL

Seals and Scrolls, Feb., p. 22


PAPER/PAPIER-MACHE/COLLAGE

Art for the “Big Screen,” Feb., p. 17
Flying High with Spring, Mar., p. 24
Icosahedrons: A Multifaceted Project, May, p. 38


RECYCLING

Children’s Art Diary: Flashlight Artists, Feb., p. 18
Children’s Art Diary: Game Board Artists, June, p. 62
Tricks of the Trade: Savvy Substitutions, Apr., p. 65


SECONDARY (grades 9–12)

Chair-ish, Feb., p. 46
Chalk Murals and Great Artists, June, p. 28
Drawing Feat, Mar., p. 18
A Drip, Drip Here and a Drip, Drip There, Apr., p. 36
Gargoyles are Grrrreat, Feb., p. 24
Henna Salon, June, p. 27
Integrating the Curriculum: Historical Reference, June, p. 20
Portraits with a Twist, Mar., p. 30
A Post-Modern George, Feb., p. 20
Sir Real, Apr., p. 28
Telling Stories Through Sculpture, May, p. 22
We’re 4 Stamp Designs, May, p. 20
Where’s the Teapot? From Still-Life Drawings to Abstract Designs, Mar., p. 22


TEACHING: THOUGHTS AND TIPS

Children’s Art Diary: Flashlight Artists, Feb., p. 18
Children’s Art Diary: Game Board Artists, June, p. 62
Children’s Art Diary: You’ve Got Art Mail, Apr., p. 64
End of the Year and End of the Paints, June, p. 26
Forum: The Benefits of Art Education, Apr., p. 66
Puppet Revolutionary: An Interview with John E. Kennedy, June, p. 38
Sculptural Humor: An Interview with Deb Fleck-Stabley, Apr., p. 54
Shape and Surface: An Interview with Lana Wilson, Feb., p. 33
Teaching Art with Art: Artistic Interpretations of Great Predators, Apr., p. 30
Teaching Art with Art: Sculptural Ideas with Sketches and Maquettes, May, p. 32
Teaching Art with Art: Sculptures of Ordinary People, June, p. 22
Tricks of the Trade: Savvy Substitutions, Apr., p. 65

THREE-DIMENSIONAl DESIGN

The Art of Blacksmithing, May, p. 29
Gargoyles are Grrrreat, Feb., p. 24
Icosahedrons...A Multifaceted Project, May, p. 38
The Ins and Outs of Relief Casting, May, p. 36
Puppet Revolutionary: An Interview with John E. Kennedy, June, p. 38
Seals and Scrolls, Feb., p. 22
“Stone Age” Fun: Releasing the Animal Within, May, p. 24
Teaching Art with Art: Sculptural Ideas with Sketches and Maquettes, May, p. 32
Teaching Art with Art: Sculptures of Ordinary People, June, p. 22
Telling Stories Through Sculpture, May, p. 22


YOUNG ARTISTS

Brezina, Stacy Leigh, Feb., p. 41
Dampf, Liz, May, p. 21
Herrick, Laura, June, p. 37
Knoll, Jeremy, Mar., p. 32
Oxinio, Emily, Apr., p. 51


AUTHORS

Arthur, Lisa, Apr., p. 36; June, p. 27
Ellis, Neville, Mar., p. 22
Gamble, Harriet, Feb., p. 33; Apr., p. 54; June, p. 38
Geist, Sister Janet Marie, May, p. 24
Greene, Yvonne, May, p. 36
Greenman, Geri, Feb., p. 46; Mar., p. 18; Apr., pp. 28, 51 May, p. 22; June, p. 20
Grigsby, Cathy Murray, Apr., p. 49
Grytting, Catherine, Apr., p. 66
Guhin, Paula, Feb., p. 24; Apr., p. 65
Harrington, Carolyn Lang, Mar., p. 24
Herberholz, Barbara, Mar., p. 38
Hiller, Peter, Feb., p. 44
Holmes, Steve, June, p. 37
Hubbard, Guy, Feb., p. 29; Mar., p. 25; Apr., pp. 30, 41;
May, pp. 25, 32; June, pp. 22, 33
Hunter, Robert S., Feb., p. 20
Johns, Pat, Mar., p. 31; Apr., p. 50
Johnson, Judith C., Feb., p. 41
Johnson, Mark M., Apr., p. 45; June, p. 16
Laird, Shirley, Mar., p. 32
Liberatore, Christine, May, p. 21
Macaulay, Sara Grove, Feb., p. 22
Malm, Susanne, Mar., p. 20
Manion, Smedley C., May,. p. 20
Meilach, Dona Z., May, p. 29
Mulkey, Mary McNamara, Mar., p. 20
Patterson, Berniece, May, p. 19
Sartorius, Tara Cady, Feb., p. 26; Apr., p. 38; June, p. 30
Schweizer, Kay, June, p. 28
Shaddix, Robin K., Apr., p. 52
Skophammer, Karen, Feb., p. 42
Smith, Gay Lynn P., June, p. 26
Smith, Lynn, June, p. 37
Smith, Nancy, Feb., p. 17
Stephens, Pamela Geiger, Apr., p. 52
Stewart, Barbara, Mar., p. 29
Strazdin, Ray, May, p. 38
Székely, George, Feb., p. 18; Apr., p. 64; June, p. 62
Turner, Dianne, Apr., p. 34
Varmecky, John A., Mar., p. 30


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