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Reproduced from the June 2005 issue of Arts & Activities.
   
                       
      Volume Index 136, Feb. — June 2005
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ARCHITECTURE IN THE ART ROOM

Constructing Domes, May, p. 32

   
                       
     

ART APPRECIATION/ART HISTORY

Art Across the Curriculum: Murrini Melting Maniac, May, p. 22
Art Across the Curriculum: Who’s Who?, Mar., p. 26
In The Manner of Apr., p. 18
Learning from Exhibitions: It’s a Dog’s Life ... Photographs by William Wegman from the Polaroid Collection, June, p. 37
Learning from Exhibitions: Marvels of Maiolica Italian Renaissance Ceramics from the Corcoran Gallery of Art Collection, Feb., p. 24
Learning from Exhibitions: Trompe L’oeil ... The Art of Illusion, Apr., p. 29

   
                       
     

CERAMICS/CLAY

Courtyard Connections, Feb., p. 32
Exploring Ceramic Cultural Traditions Through Drawing,Mar., p. 36
Gargoyles Galore, May, p. 29
Idea in a Box, Feb., p. 20
Storytellers: Turning our Experiences Into Art, Feb., p. 18
The Plate as a Canvas, Feb., p. 22

   
                       
     

CHILDREN’S ART DIARY

Art Moments From Playtime, May, p. 36
Trashcan Artists, Feb., p. 31

   
                       
     

CLIP & SAVE ART PRINTS

Benton, Thomas Hart, Self-Portrait With Rita, May, p. 25
Dürer, Albrecht, Self Portrait, Apr., p. 25
Kahlo, Frida, The Two Fridas, June, p. 33
Vigée-LeBrun, Elisabeth-Louise, Self-Portrait in a Straw Hat,Mar., p. 29
Weyden, Rogier van der, Saint Luke Drawing a Portrait of the Virgin, Feb., p. 2

   
                       
     

COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS

Courtyard Connections, Feb., p. 32
Hawksbill Sea Turtle Endangered Animals Unit, Apr., p. 38
Mobiles, Art That Moves, May, p. 34
Photographic Expression: Through Each Other’s Eyes, June, p. 40
Self-Portrait Exhibit, Mar., p. 44

   
                       
     

COMPUTER ART/PIXEL PALETTE

An Appetite for Design, Feb., p. 50
Great Portraits Out of the Blue, Apr., p. 34

   
                       
     

DRAWING AND PAINTING

Color Under the Sea, June, p. 26
Exploring Ceramic Cultural Traditions Through Drawing, Mar., p. 36
Exploring Movement and Rhythm with Hard-Edge
Painting, Apr., p. 40
Fun With Yarnikin Dancers, Mar., p. 24
Great Portraits Out of the Blue, Apr., p. 34
Imaginary X-Rays, Feb., p. 48
Integrating the Curriculum: Hawksbill Sea Turtle Endangered Animals Unit, Apr., p. 38
Integrating the Curriculum: Painting Watercolor Fractions, Apr., p. 20
In The Manner of... , Apr., p. 18
Leaping Lizards, Apr., p. 33
Let’s Have a Paint-Along!, Apr., p. 36
Letters Fill ’em Up, May, p. 38
Light the Way with Abstract Lanterns, Mar., p. 40
Mixed-Media Environments with Animals, June, p. 20
Memories Make the Art Grow Fonder, Mar., p. 34
Nonobjective Black and White Design Challenge, Feb., p. 42
Saul Steinberg Revisited., Mar., p. 42
Self-Portrait Exhibit, Mar., p. 44
Students Real Comics!, Mar., p. 38
Template Magic, Apr., p. 22
What’s Your Pet’s Story?, June, p. 22
Wild Images, May, p. 40

   
                       
     

ELEMENTARY (grades K–5)

Architecture in the Art Room: Constructing Domes, May, p. 32
Courtyard Connections, Feb., p. 32
Exploring Ceramic Cultural Traditions Through Drawing, Mar., p. 36
Exploring Movement and Rhythm with Hard-Edge Painting, Apr., p. 40
Free-Standing Cardboard Sculpture, May, p. 18
Fun With Yarnikin Dancers, Mar., p. 24
Idea in a Box, Feb., p. 20
Integrating the Curriculum: Hawksbill Sea Turtle Endangered Animals Unit, Apr., p. 38
Imaginary X-Rays, Feb., p. 48
Leaping Lizards, Apr., p. 33
Light the Way with Abstract Lanterns, Mar., p. 40
Mixed-Media Environments with Animals, June, p. 20
Mobiles, Art That Moves, May, p. 34
Painting Watercolor Fractions, Apr., p. 20
Photographic Expression: Brush Up On Art by Painting with Light, June, p. 42
Photographic Expression: Through Each Other’s Eyes, June, p. 40
Sand Casting, June, p. 28
Self-Portrait Exhibit, Mar., p. 44
Storytellers: Turning our Experiences Into Art, Feb., p. 18
Template Magic, Apr., p. 22
What’s Your Pet’s Story?, June. p. 22
Wild Images, May, p. 40

   
                       
     

FORUM: THOUGHTS TO SHARE

Illuminated by African Light, Mar., p. 2

   
                       
     

INTERDISCIPLINARY

Art Across the Curriculum: Murrini Melting Maniac, May, p. 22
Art Across the Curriculum: Who’s Who?, Mar., p. 26
Painting Watercolor Fractions, Apr., p. 20

   
                       
     

MIDDLE SCHOOL (grades 6–8)

Color Under the Sea, June, p. 26
Courtyard Connections, Feb., p. 32
Exploring Movement and Rhythm with Hard-Edge Painting, Apr., p. 40
Free-Standing Cardboard Sculpture, May, p. 18
Gargoyles Galore, May, p. 29
Idea in a Box, Feb., p. 20
Mixed-Media Environments with Animals, June, p. 20
Mobiles: Art That Moves, May, p. 34
Nonobjective Black and White Design Challenge, Feb., p. 42
Photographic Expression: Brush Up On Art by Painting with Light, June, p. 42
Sand Casting, June, p. 28
Self-Portrait Exhibit, Mar., p. 44
Storytellers: Turning Our Experiences Into Art, Feb., p. 18
Template Magic, Apr., p. 22
What’s Your Pet’s Story?, June, p. 22
Wire Sculptures and the Language of Form, May, p. 30

   
                       
     

MIXED MEDIA

Architecture in the Art Room: Constructing Domes, May, p. 32
Exploring Movement and Rhythm with Hard-Edge Painting, Apr., p. 40
Free-Standing Cardboard Sculpture, May, p. 18
Fun With Yarnikin Dancers, Mar., p. 24
Great Portraits Out of the Blue, Apr., p. 34
Integrating the Curriculum: Hawksbill Sea Turtle Endangered Animals Unit, Apr., p. 38
Leaping Lizards, Apr., p. 33
Mixed-Media Environments with Animals, June, p. 20
Underwater Wonders, June, p. 24

   
                         
     

MULTICULTURAL

Exploring Ceramic Cultural Traditions Through Drawing,
Mar., p. 36
FORUM: Illuminated by African Light, Mar., p. 23
Storytellers: Turning Our Experiences into Art, Feb., p. 18

     
                         
     

PHOTOGRAPHIC EXPRESSION

Brush Up on Art by Painting with Light, June, p. 42
Through Each Other’s Eyes, June, p. 40

     
                         
     

RECYCLING/USING FOUND OBJECTS

Children’s Art Diary: Trashcan Artists, Feb., p. 31
Free-Standing Cardboard Sculpture, May, p. 18
Stuck on Sculpture, May, p. 20

     
                         
     

SECONDARY (grades 9–12)

Casting Shadows, June, p. 30
Great Portraits Out of the Blue, Apr., p. 34
Idea in a Box, Feb., p. 20
In The Manner of ... Apr., p. 18
Let’s Have a Paint-Along!, Apr., p. 36
Letters Fill ’em Up, May, p. 38
Memories Make The Art Grow Fonder, Mar., p. 34
Pixel Palette: An Appetite for Design, Feb., p. 50
The Plate as a Canvas, Feb., p. 22
Saul Steinberg Revisited., Mar., p. 42
Storytellers: Turning Our Experiences into Art, Feb., p. 18
Stuck on Sculpture, May, p. 20
Students Real Comics!, Mar., p. 38
Underwater Wonders, June, p. 24

     
                         
     

THREE-DIMENSIONAl DESIGN

Architecture in the Art Room: Constructing Domes, May, p. 32
Exploring Ceramic Cultural Traditions Through Drawing, Mar., p. 36
Free-Standing Cardboard Sculpture, May, p. 18
Gargoyles Galore, May, p. 29
Idea in a Box, Feb., p. 20
Mobiles: Art that Moves, May, p. 34
Sand Casting, June, p. 28
Storytellers: Turning our Experiences Into Art, Feb., p. 18
Stuck on Sculpture, May, p. 20
Wire Sculpture and the Language of Forms, May, p. 30

     
                         
     

YOUNG ARTISTS

Ketchum, Olivia, June, p. 32
LaFleur, Shaina, May, p. 37
Linder, Christine, Apr., p. 24
Schreckenberger, Claire and Melissa, Feb., p. 40
Ward, Robbie, Mar., p. 33

     
                         
     

AUTHORS

Booth, Gina Humphreys, Mar., p. 24
Brown, Carole, Mar., p. 23
Chambers, Toni, Feb., p. 22
Crosby, Michelle, May, p. 34
Crumpecker, Cheryl, Apr., p. 33
Deusen, Mary Van, Apr., p. 24
Dudley, Lori, May, p. 37
Farris, Cynthia Cox, May, p. 40; June, p. 28
Fried, Brian, Mar., p. 38
Geist, Sister Janet Marie, Feb., p. 20
Graff, Robert, June, p. 20
Greenman, Geri, Mar., p. 34; Apr., p. 18; June, p. 30
Grigsby, Cathy Murray, Feb., p. 32
Guhin, Paula, Apr., p. 36; June, p. 24
Hauss, Greg, May, . 30
Hiller, Peter, Feb., p. 40; June, p. 40
Hubbard, Guy, Feb., p. 27; Mar., p. 29; Apr., p. 25; May, p. 25; June, p. 33
Hunger, Robert, May, p. 20
Johnson, Mark M., Feb., p. 24; Apr., p. 29; June, p. 37
Kanevski, Tara L., Apr., p. 38
Kim, Nanyoung, Mar., p. 36
Kohl, Gary, May, p. 29
Laux, David, Apr., p. 22
Malm, Susanne, Mar., p. 40
Mathes, Len, Apr., p. 34
McNally, Ellen, Apr., p. 20
Mulkey, Mary McNamara, Mar., p. 40
Myers, Kelly, June, p. 32
Newman, Susan, May, p. 32
O’Connell, Kenneth, May, p. 18
Osterer, Irv, Feb., p. 50, Mar., p. 42, May, p. 38
Phillips, Shelley, Feb., p.48
Pippin, Sandi, June, p. 26
Prater, Michael E., Feb., p. 18
Sartorius, Tara Cady, Mar., p. 26, May, p. 22
Skophammer, Karen, Feb., p. 42; Apr., p. 40; June, pp. 22, 42
Székely, George, Feb., p. 31, May, p. 36
Winn, Mary Rose, Mar., p. 33
Ward, Spike Dolomite, Mar., p. 44

     
                         
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