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Reproduced from the January 2006 issue of Arts & Activities.
   
                       
     
Volume Index 138, Sept. 2005— Jan. 2006
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 and/or print out 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
   
     
 
     
   
     

ART APPRECIATION/ART HISTORY

Aborigines and Iowans, Making Connections, Jan., p. 44
Amazing Art History, Jan., p. 26
Art Across the Curriculum: The Color of Character, Nov., p. 22
Art Across the Curriculum: Field of Dreams, Sept., p. 36
Art Across the Curriculum: Odd Infinitum, Jan., p. 34
Art Books for Young Spanish Speakers, Jan., p. 32
Art with Something to Say, Jan., p. 26
Honoring the Horse, Jan., p. 46
If Picasso Made Witches, Oct., p. 20
If You Build It They Will Come: A Renaissance Installation, Jan., p. 30
Integrating the Curriculum: Stitching Together Spanish and the Visual Arts,
Dec., p. 30
Integrating the Curriculum: Taking Sides in Art, Jan., p. 24
Integrating the Curriculum: Turning Images into Stories, Oct., p. 46
Knights in Shining Armor, Nov., p. 34
La Joie de Vivre, Oct., p. 42
Learning From Exhibitions: Rauschenberg: Posters for a
Better World, Oct., p. 24
Learning from Exhibitions: Contemporary African-American
Folk Quilts, Dec., p. 22
Lizards Extraordinaire, Oct., p. 38
Mixed-Media Textured Techniques, Dec., p. 18
Monet’s Ice-Cream Party: A Visual Treat, Sept., p. 22
Pop-Art Printmaking, Nov., p. 20
Space Exploration, Dec., p. 34
Teaching Art with Art: Imagining History, Jan., p. 21
Waterways in Art, Sept., p. 26
You Are What You Eat, Nov., p. 38

   
                       
     

ARTFUL INCLUSION

Making Art Activities Work for Students with Special Needs, Dec., p. 17

   
                       
     

CHILDREN’S ART DIARY

Print-Store Artists, Nov., p. 29
Sound Artists, Jan., p. 49

   
                       
     

CLIP & SAVE ART PRINTS

Canaletto, The Grand Canal Near the Rialto Bridge, Oct., p. 30
Hokusai, Katsushika, Pleasure Boats on the Sumida River, Nov., p. 26
Kokoschka, Oskar, Tower Bridge, London, Sept., p. 30
Pieter Bruegel The Elder, Winter Landscape with Bird Trap, Dec., p. 26
Whistler, James McNeil, Wapping, Jan., p. 38

   
                       
     

COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS

Pet Placemats, Dec., p. 29

   
                       
     

COMPUTER ART/PIXEL PALETTE

Banking in Style, Oct., p. 44

   
                       
     

DRAWING AND PAINTING

Aborigines and Iowans, Making Connections, Jan., p. 44
Amazing Art History, Jan., p. 26
Art with Something to Say, Jan., p. 26
Creating Origami Chopstick Holders, Jan., p. 42
Dynamic Dragons, Dec., p. 20
Color Birds: Start with a Painting, End in Collage, Oct., p. 40
Cool or Warm Fruit, Sept., p. 40
Elementary Design: What Can You Do with a 2-inch Square?, Sept., p. 24
If You Build It They Will Come: A Renaissance Installation, Jan., p. 30
The Illustrated Name: A Different Kind of “Portrait,” Sept., p. 42
Integrating the Curriculum: Turning Images into Stories, Oct., p. 46
Knights in Shining Armor, Nov., p. 34
Monet’s Ice-Cream Party: A Visual Treat, Sept., p. 22
Pet Placemats, Dec., p. 29
Planes & Angles, Sept., p. 34
Pop-Art Printmaking, Nov., p. 20
Projecting Through Perspective, Nov., p. 36
Recipes for Middle-School Success, Dec., p. 36
Space Exploration, Dec., p. 34
Turn Over a New Leaf: Printmaking and Painting Pair Up, Nov., p. 18
You Are What You Eat, Nov., p. 38

   
                       
     

ELEMENTARY (grades K–5)

Aborigines and Iowans, Making Connections, Jan., p. 44
Color Birds: Start with a Painting, End in Collage, Oct., p. 40
Cool or Warm Fruit, Sept., p. 40
Corny, Creative Scarecrows, Sept., p. 39
Creating Origami Chopstick Holders, Jan., p. 42
Elementary Design: What Can You Do with a 2-inch Square?, Sept., p. 24
Getting the Information Graphically, Sept., p. 44
Honoring the Horse, Jan., p. 46
If Picasso Made Witches, Oct., p. 20
If You Build It They Will Come: A Renaissance Installation, Jan., p. 30
The Illustrated Name: A Different Kind of “Portrait,” Sept., p. 42
Integrating the Curriculum: Taking Sides in Art, Jan., p. 24
Integrating the Curriculum: Turning Images into Stories, Oct., p. 46
La Joie de Vivre, Oct., p. 42
Linoleum Leaf Prints, Nov., p. 30
Little Fingers Weaving Big Projects, Dec., p. 32
Lizards Extraordinaire, Oct., p. 38
Mixed-Media Textured Techniques, Dec., p. 18
Monet’s Ice-Cream Party: A Visual Treat, Sept., p. 22
Panda-Monium and Dancing Dragons, Oct., p. 34
Pop-Art Printmaking, Nov., p. 20
Shape Self-Portraits, Oct., p. 33

   
                       
     

FABRIC AND FIBER

Integrating the Curriculum: Stitching Together Spanish and the Visual Arts,
Dec., p. 30
Learning from Exhibitions: Contemporary African-American Folk Quilts, Dec., p. 22
Little Fingers Weaving Big Projects, Dec., p. 32
Pet Placemats, Dec., p. 29

   
                       
     

FORUM: THOUGHTS TO SHARE

Who Does the Art Belong To?, Sept., p. 20

   
                       
     

INTERDISCIPLINARY

Art Across the Curriculum: The Color of Character, Nov., p. 22
Art Across the Curriculum: Field of Dreams, Sept., p. 36
Art Across the Curriculum: Odd Infinitum, Jan., p. 34
Creating Origami Chopstick Holders, Jan., p. 42
Integrating the Curriculum: Stitching Together Spanish
and the Visual Arts, Dec., p. 30
Integrating the Curriculum: Taking Sides in Art, Jan., p. 24
Integrating the Curriculum: Turning Images into Stories, Oct., p. 46
Recipes for Middle-School Success, Dec., p. 36
Shape Self-Portraits, Oct., p. 33
Space Exploration, Dec., p. 34
Teaching Art with Art: Imagining History, Jan., p. 21

   
                       
     

MIDDLE SCHOOL (grades 6–8)

Aborigines and Iowans, Making Connections, Jan., p. 44
Amazing Art History, Jan., p. 26
Art with Something to Say, Jan., p. 26
Cool or Warm Fruit, Sept., p. 40
Corny, Creative Scarecrows, Sept., p. 39
Creating Origami Chopstick Holders, Jan., p. 42
Getting the Information Graphically, Sept., p. 44
If You Build It They Will Come: A Renaissance
Installation, Jan., p. 30
Integrating the Curriculum: Taking Sides in Art, Jan., p. 24
Knights in Shining Armor, Nov., p. 34
Linoleum Leaf Prints, Nov., p. 30
Lizards Extraordinaire, Oct., p. 38
Mixed-Media Textured Techniques, Dec., p. 18
Pet Placemats, Dec., p. 29
Pop-Art Printmaking, Nov., p. 20
Recipes for Middle-School Success, Dec., p. 36

   
                       
     

MIXED MEDIA

Dynamic Dragons, Dec., p. 20
Honoring the Horse, Jan., p. 46
Mixed-Media Textured Techniques, Dec., p. 18
Space Exploration, Dec., p. 34

   
                         
     

MULTICULTURAL

Aborigines and Iowans, Making Connections, Jan., p. 44
Art Books for Young Spanish Speakers, Jan., p. 32
Creating Origami Chopstick Holders, Jan., p. 42
Dynamic Dragons, Dec., p. 20
Honoring the Horse, Jan., p. 46
Integrating the Curriculum: Stitching Together Spanish and the Visual Arts, Dec.,
p. 30
Learning from Exhibitions: Contemporary African-American Folk Quilts, Dec., p. 22
Little Fingers Weaving Big Projects, Dec., p. 32
Panda-Monium and Dancing Dragons, Oct., p. 34

     
                         
     

ON THE ART CAREER TRACK

Banking in Style, Oct., p. 44

     
                         
     

PAPER/PAPIER-MACHE/COLLAGE

Color Birds: Start with a Painting, End in Collage, Oct., p. 40
Creating Origami Chopstick Holders, Jan., p. 42
Cutting-Edge Portraits, Oct., p. 36
If Picasso Made Witches, Oct., p. 20
La Joie de Vivre, Oct., p. 42
Lizards Extraordinaire, Oct., p. 38
Mixed-Media Textured Techniques, Dec., p. 18
Panda-Monium and Dancing Dragons, Oct., p. 34
Shape Self-Portraits, Oct., p. 33

     
                         
     

PHOTOGRAPHIC EXPRESSION

Photograms with X-rays: X-cellent, Nov., p. 32

     
                         
     

PRINTMAKING

Children’s Art Diary: Print-Store Artists, Nov., p. 29
Linoleum Leaf Prints, Nov., p. 30
Pop-Art Printmaking, Nov., p. 20
Turn Over a New Leaf: Printmaking and Painting Pair Up, Nov., p. 18

     
                         
     

RECYCLING/USING FOUND OBJECTS

Corny, Creative Scarecrows, Sept., p. 39

     
                         
     

SECONDARY (grades 9–12)

Art with Something to Say, Jan., p. 26
Creating Origami Chopstick Holders, Jan., p. 42
Cutting-Edge Portraits, Oct., p. 36
Dynamic Dragons, Dec., p. 20
Pet Placemats, Dec., p. 29
Photographic Expression: Photograms with X-rays: X-cellent, Nov., p. 32
Pixel Palette: Banking in Style, Oct., p. 44
Planes & Angles, Sept., p. 34
Projecting Through Perspective, Nov., p. 36

     
                         
     

TEACHING TIPS

Elementary Design: What Can You Do with a 2-inch Square?, Sept., p. 24
Getting the Information Graphically, Sept., p. 44
Making Art Activities Work for Students with Special Needs, Dec., p. 17
Who Does the Art Belong To?, Sept., p. 20

     
                         
     

THREE-DIMENSIONAl DESIGN

Corny, Creative Scarecrows, Sept., p. 39
Knights in Shining Armor, Nov., p. 34
Lizards Extraordinaire, Oct., p. 38
Panda-Monium and Dancing Dragons, Oct., p. 34

     
                         
     

AUTHORS

Anthos, Jeannette Smith, Mar., p. 18
Booth, Gina Humphreys, Apr., p. 42
Brew, Charl Anne, May, p. 34
Bucknam, Julie Aslip, Apr., p. 50
Christie, Jeanine, Mar., p. 17
Chrzanowski, Rose-Ann C., Feb., p. 20
Dazzi, Marie Anne Morgan, Apr., p. 28
Dudley, Lori, May, p. 29
Gianis, Robin, Feb., p. 18
Gibson, Marcia, Feb., p. 22
Goldman, Gale, June, p. 18
Graff, Robert, June, p. 22
Greenman, Geri, Mar., p. 32; Apr., p. 44
Grigsby, Cathy Murray, May, p. 33
Guhin, Paula, June, p. 28
Hamilton, Maryanne, Feb., p. 38
Hlad, Lesley, Apr., p. 23
Hubbard, Guy, Feb., p. 30; Mar., pp. 21, 28; Apr., pp. 36, 37;
May, pp. 22, 28; June, p. 36
Johnson, Mark M., Feb., p. 24; Apr., p. 24; June, p. 37
Kalil, Judy, June, p. 26
Kohl, Gary, May, p. 38
Laird, Shirley, Mar., p. 29
Lappe, Steve, June, p. 20
Laux, David, Feb., p. 34; June, p. 24
LeHecka, Jan, June, p. 19
Linn, Melissa, Feb., p. 32
Malm, Susanne, Mar., p. 34
McNally, Ellen, Feb., p. 36
Mulkey, Mary McNamara, Mar., p. 34
Nethery, Carrie, Mar., p. 38
Osterer, Irv, Mar., p. 24; Apr., p. 40; May, p. 20
Pippin, Sandi, Mar., p. 30
Rudecki, Maryanne, Apr., p. 46
Sartorius, Tara Cady, Apr., p. 30; June, p. 30
Skophammer, Karen, Feb., p. 40; Mar., p. 36; May, p. 30
Sterling, Joan, May, p. 18
Székely, George, Apr., p. 51; June, p. 27
Taggert, Valerie, Feb., p. 31
Taylor, Pamela G., Apr., p. 48
Tomascoff, Rocky N., May, p. 40

Uecker-Herman, Holly, May, p. 32
Wagner, Tina E.S., June, p. 40
Wallace, Beverly, May, p. 36

     
                         
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