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School of Visual Arts: Art is ...Whatever

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Out-of-focus bowler hat above out-of-focus silhouette of upper torso of featureless man in bowler hat (homage to Magritte); brown, cream, black, red, white.

Motif, a Journal of the Visual Arts

National Museum of American History

Motif, a Journal of the Visual Arts

National Museum of American History

Motif, a Journal of the Visual Arts

National Museum of American History

Motif, a Journal of the Visual Arts

National Museum of American History

Motif, a Journal of the Visual Arts

National Museum of American History

Motif, a Journal of the Visual Arts

National Museum of American History

Motif, a Journal of the Visual Arts

National Museum of American History

Motif, a Journal of the Visual Arts

National Museum of American History

Motif, a Journal of the Visual Arts

National Museum of American History

Dedication/Visual Arts Building/Albion College

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

School of Visual Arts: A Drawing Lesson

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
At top: drawing of "Matisse sketching a swan at the Bois de Bologne"; below that: photograph on which drawing was based; at bottom: "X" of crossed white swan bones; brown background.

School of Visual Arts, Homage to the Palette

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

School of Visual Arts Exhibition: Groups, project description (Sylvia Mangold)

Archives of American Art
Note : 1 : typescript ; 28 x 22 cm/

Meeting notes prepared for the OBAC Visual Arts Workshop Report

Archives of American Art
Note : 2 p. : typescript ; 28 x 22 cm.

Two page typescript of agenda and meeting notes from the OBAC visual arts workshop on June 28, 1967 at THE ARTS. Notes are part of the OBAC Visual Arts Report prepared June 29, 1967.

School of Visual Arts: Old/New / Words / Image / Thoughts

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
All text in orange, yellow, blue, black, and green on white.

The Art of Style: a Visual Arts Curriculum for Middle School Students

Smithsonian Education
In this session, participants will see and hear about the recent work of 5th / 6th graders at Akili Academy in New Orleans, LA. In afterschool enrichment, students have been exploring the themes of "The Will to Adorn" while making their own patterns, paintings and symbols. We will discuss inspirations for the curriculum and reflect on adapting visual arts projects for varying age levels. This session is a case study feature of "The Will to Adorn" conference series, hosted by the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage. Presented by: Jenna Bonistalli, KID smART Original Airdate: December 11, 2013 You can stay connected with the Smithsonian's upcoming online events and view a full collection of past sessions on a variety of topics.: http://www.smithsonianeducation.org/educators/events/online_events.html

Psychological Test, Tests in Fundamental Abilities of Visual Art

National Museum of American History
This test, for students in grades 3-12, is in three parts. They are: Part I – includes separate tests on recognition of proportion and originality of line drawing. Part II – includes separate tests on observation of light and shade, knowledge of subject matter, and visual memory or proportion. Part III – includes separate tests on cylindrical perspective, parallel perspective, angular perspective, and recognition of color. This test was a relatively early product of the California Test Bureau, a publisher of tests founded in 1926. Alfred Spier Lowerenz (1897-1975) was born in upstate New York, joined the field artillery during World War I, and then attended the University of Southern California, where he obtained an A.B. in 1921, an M.A. in 1928, and an Ed.D. in 1937. He had a long career with the Los Angeles Public Schools, becoming director of evaluation and research. References: Lewerenz, Alfred S., “Predicting Ability in Art,” Journal of Educational Psychology, December 1929, 20:702-704. Fletcher, Russell Holmes, Who’s Who in California, Los Angeles: Who’s Who Publications Company, 1942-1943, vol. 1, p. 540.

Joan Semmel receiving the Women's Caucus for Art Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Visual Arts

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : col. ; 13 x 18 cm

Shows Semmel receiving the award from WCA president Priscilla Otani.

The Life Album Project: Who I Am Through Music and Visual Art

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access
Teacher-created lesson in which students examine CDs to see how words, images, and sound fit together in a marketing piece.

Mock-up of cover for Federal Support for the Visual Arts by Francis V. O'Connor

Archives of American Art
1 mock-up : colored pencil ; 30 x 25 cm.

Date derived from publication date of Federal Support for the Visual Arts by Francis V. O'Connor, 1969.
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