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Reproduced from the June 2006 issue of Arts & Activities.
   
                       
      Volume Index 140, Feb. — June 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

Art Across the Curriculum: Modernist in Mexico, Apr., p. 30
Art Across the Curriculum: Naïve no More, June, p. 30
Digitally Romare, Feb., p. 32
A Dinner Party of Their Own: Tribute to Judy Chicago, Feb., p. 20
Earth’s Careful Gardeners: Uncovering, Connecting andCreating Meaning, Apr., p. 48
Face Vessels: Original African-American Folk Art, Feb., p. 18
Feeling like Frida, Mar., p. 18
Get Wrapped up with Segal, May, p. 32
If the Shoe Fits, May, p. 34
Integrating the Curriculum: Literary Beasties, Feb., p. 36
Learning From Exhibitions: Collecting the Impressionists: Masterpieces from the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Apr., p. 24
Learning From Exhibitions: Shades of Clay, Feb., p. 24
Learning From Exhibitions: Tradition and Innovation in Modern Tapestries, June, p. 37
Making the Ordinary Special, Apr., p. 44
Pixel Palette: Simple Digital Portraits, June, p. 24
Pixel Palette: The Virtual Scream, May, p. 18
Psychedelic Sunflowers, Apr., p. 46
Put It On the Ceiling, Feb., p. 38
A Story to Remember: Southwest Indian Storytellers,Feb., p. 22
Teaching Art With Art: Artistic Lettering, Mar., p. 21
Teaching Art With Art: The Invisible Power of Wind, Apr., p. 37
Teaching Art With Art: Using Children’s Art, May, p. 22
Tiffany-Inspired Windows, June, p. 22
Tribute Smocks, June, p. 18
Wonderful World of Warhol, Mar., p. 36

   
           
     

ARTFUL INCLUSION

Wire and Bead Constructions, May, p. 40

   
           
     

CERAMICS/CLAY

A Dinner Party of Their Own: Tribute to Judy Chicago, Feb., p. 20
Face Vessels: Original African-American Folk Art, Feb., p. 18
Learning From Exhibitions: Shades of Clay, Feb., p. 24
A Story to Remember: Southwest Indian Storytellers, Feb., p. 22

   
           
     

CHILDREN’S ART DIARY

Refrigerator Artists, Apr., p. 51
See You Outside, June, p. 27

   
           
     

CLIP & SAVE ART PRINTS

Church, Frederic Edwin, El Rio de Luz (The River of Light), Mar., p. 26
Constable, John, Dedham Lock and Mill, May, p. 28
Currier & Ives, A Midnight Race on the Mississippi, Feb., p. 28
Homer, Winslow, Shooting the Rapids, Apr., p. 34
Prendergast, Maurice, New England Harbor, June, p. 34

   
           
     

COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS

The Art Garden: Our Outside Classroom, June, p. 40
Developing Learning Communities Through Sculpture, May, p. 30

   
           
     

COMPUTER ART/PIXEL PALETTE

On the Art Career Path: Eyesore No More, Mar., p. 24
Simple Digital Portraits, June, p. 24
Trudeau Tribute, May, p. 20
The Virtual Scream, May, p. 18
Wonderful World of Warhol, Mar., p. 36

   
           
     

DRAWING AND PAINTING

Animistic Appliances, Feb., p. 34
The Art Garden: Our Outside Classroom, June, p. 40
Clever Sports Cartooning, Feb., p. 40
A Dinner Party of Their Own: Tribute to Judy Chicago, Feb., p. 20
Drawing with Glue, Mar., p. 30
Earth’s Careful Gardeners: Uncovering, Connecting and Creating Meaning, Apr., p. 48
EEEK! Insects Jumping from the Canvas, Apr., p. 28
Feeling like Frida, Mar., p. 18
Flowers with Ladybugs, Mar., p. 34
Form Follows Function, Mar., p. 32
Friendly Rivals, Apr., p. 40
Get Into the Zone with Multimedia, Mar., p. 29
Gotcha Covered! Functional Mini-Masterpieces, Apr., p. 50
If the Shoe Fits, May, p. 34
Integrating the Curriculum: Literary Beasties, Feb., p. 36
Logos by Design, Mar., p. 38
Making the Ordinary Special, Apr., p. 44
Masterpieces in Chalk, June, p. 20
Painted Faces, Apr., p. 42
Psychedelic Sunflowers, Apr., p. 46
Put it on the Ceiling, Feb., p. 38
A Story to Remember: Southwest Indian Storytellers, Feb., p. 22
Strategies that Work: Bank on it, May, p. 33
Tiffany-Inspired Windows, June, p. 22
Tribute Smocks, June, p. 18
Zoo Kids, June, p. 26

   
           
     

ELEMENTARY (grades K–5)

Animistic Appliances, Feb., p. 34
Artful Inclusion: Wire and Bead Constructions, May, p. 40
The Art Garden: Our Outside Classroom, June, p. 40
Clever Sports Cartooning, Feb., p. 40
Digitally Romare, Feb., p. 32
EEEK! Insects Jumping from the Canvas, Apr., p. 28
Earth’s Careful Gardeners: Uncovering, Connecting and Creating Meaning, Apr., p. 48
Feeling Like Frida, Mar., p. 18
Fish’in 3-D, May, p. 38
Flowers with Ladybugs, Mar., p. 34
Get Into the Zone with Multimedia, Mar., p. 29
Get Wrapped up with Segal, May, p. 32
Gotcha Covered! Functional Mini-Masterpieces, Apr., p. 50
Integrating the Curriculum: Literary Beasties, Feb., p. 36
Painted Faces, Apr., p. 42
Pixel Palette: The Virtual Scream, May, p. 18
Psychedelic Sunflowers, Apr., p. 46
Put it on the Ceiling, Feb., p. 38
Strategies that Work: Bank on it, May, p. 33
Tiffany-Inspired Windows, June, p. 22
Zoo Kids, June, p. 26

   
           
     

FABRIC AND FIBER

Learning From Exhibitions: Tradition and Innovation in Modern Tapestries, June, p. 37

   
           
     

FORUM: THOUGHTS TO SHARE

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

   
           
     

INTERDISCIPLINARY

Art Across the Curriculum: Modernist in Mexico, Apr., p. 30
Art Across the Curriculum: Naïve no More, June, p. 30
Earth’s Careful Gardeners: Uncovering, Connecting and Creating Meaning, Apr., p. 48
Integrating the Curriculum: Literary Beasties, Feb., p. 36
The Art Garden: Our Outside Classroom, June, p. 40

   
           
     

MIDDLE SCHOOL (grades 6–8)

Animistic Appliances, Feb., p. 34
Artful Inclusion: Wire and Bead Constructions, May, p. 40
Clever Sports Cartooning, Feb., p. 40
Drawing with Glue, Mar., p. 30
EEEK! Insects Jumping from the Canvas, Apr., p. 28
Face Vessels: Original African-American Folk Art, Feb., p. 18
Fish’in 3-D, May, p. 38
Get Into the Zone with Multimedia, Mar., p. 29
Gotcha Covered! Functional Mini-Masterpieces, Apr., p. 50
On the Art Career Path: Logos by Design, Mar., p. 38
Pixel Palette: Simple Digital Portraits, June, p. 24
A Story to Remember: Southwest Indian Storytellers,Feb., p. 22
Wonderful World of Warhol, Mar., p. 36

   
           
     

MIXED MEDIA

Artful Inclusion: Wire and Bead Constructions, May, p. 40
Drawing with Glue, Mar., p. 30
Earth’s Careful Gardeners: Uncovering, Connecting and Creating Meaning, Apr., p. 48
Fish’in 3-D, May, p. 38
Get Into the Zone with Multimedia, Mar., p. 29
If the Shoe Fits, May, p. 34
Integrating the Curriculum: Literary Beasties, Feb., p. 36
Put It On the Ceiling, Feb., p. 38
Zoo Kids, June, p. 26

   
             
     

MULTICULTURAL

Animistic Appliances, Feb., p. 34
Face Vessels: Original African-American Folk Art, Feb., p. 18
Learning From Exhibitions: Shades of Clay, Feb., p. 24
A Story to Remember: Southwest Indian Storytellers, Feb., p. 22
Teaching Art with Art: Artistic Lettering, Mar., p. 21
Teaching Art with Art: Using Children’s Art, May, p. 22

     
             
     

ON THE ART CAREER TRACK

Eyesore no More, Mar., p. 24
Logos by Design, Mar., p. 38
Pixel Palette: Trudeau Tribute, May, p. 20

     
             
     

OUTDOOR ART

The Art Garden: Our Outside Classroom, June, p. 40
Children’s Art Diary: See you Outside, June, p. 27
Masterpieces in Chalk, June, p. 20

     
             
     

PAPER/PAPIER-MACHE/COLLAGE

Digitally Romare, Feb., p. 32
Earth’s Careful Gardeners: Uncovering, Connecting and Creating Meaning, Apr., p. 48

     
             
     

PHOTOGRAPHIC EXPRESSION

Colorize with Stains and Dyes, June, p. 28

     
             
     

RECYCLING/USING FOUND OBJECTS

Artful Inclusion: Wire and Bead Constructions, May, p. 40
Character Portraits in Papier-Mâché, May, p. 36
Children’s Art Diary: See you Outside, June, p. 27
Earth’s Careful Gardeners: Uncovering, Connecting and Creating Meaning, Apr., p. 48
Gotcha Covered! Functional Mini-Masterpieces, Apr., p. 50
If the Shoe Fits, May, p. 34
Photographic Expression: Colorize with Stains and Dyes, June, p. 28

     
             
     

SECONDARY (grades 9–12)

Animistic Appliances, Feb., p. 34
Character Portraits in Papier-Mâché, May, p. 36
Community Connections: Developing Learning Communities through Sculpture,
May, p. 30
A Dinner Party of Their Own: Tribute to Judy Chicago, Feb., p. 20
Drawing with Glue, Mar., p. 30
EEEK! Insects Jumping from the Canvas, Apr., p. 28
Friendly Rivals, Apr., p. 40
Form Follows Function, Mar., p. 32
If the Shoe Fits, May, p. 34
Making the Ordinary Special, Apr., p. 44
Masterpieces in Chalk, June, p. 20
On the Art Career Track: Eyesore No More, Mar., p. 24
On the Art Career Track: Logos by Design, Mar., p. 38
Photographic Expression: Colorize with Stains and Dyes, June, p. 28
Pixel Palette: Trudeau Tribute, May, p. 20
Pixel Palette: Simple Digital Portraits, June, p. 24
Tribute Smocks, June, p. 18
Wonderful World of Warhol, Mar., p. 36

     
             
     

THREE-DIMENSIONAl DESIGN

Artful Inclusion: Wire and Bead Constructions, May, p. 40
Character Portraits in Papier-Mâché, May, p. 36
Community Connections: Developing Learning Communities Through Sculpture,
May, p. 30
A Dinner Party of Their Own: Tribute to Judy Chicago, Feb., p. 20
Earth’s Careful Gardeners: Uncovering, Connecting and Creating Meaning, Apr., p. 48
Face Vessels: Original African-American Folk Art, Feb., p. 18
Fish’in 3-D, May, p. 38
Get Wrapped up with Segal, May, p. 32
If the Shoe Fits, May, p. 34
Strategies that Work: Bank on it, May, p. 33

     
             
     

YOUNG ARTISTS

Manning, Lucy, Apr., p. 23
Mossadeghi, Donya, Mar., p. 17
Neuman, Kelli, May, p. 29
Palmerlee, Ellen Setchko, June, p. 19
Stahl, Molly, Feb., p. 31

     
             
     

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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