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    • Art education in India

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    • Arts and crafts television series

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    • China Academy of Art

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    • Visual arts education

    • Visual arts education is the area of learning that is based upon only the kind of art that one can see, visual arts—drawing, painting, sculpture, and design in jewelry, pottery, weaving, fabrics, etc. and design applied to more practical fields such as commercial graphics and home furnishings. Contemporary topics ... Read »


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    • Louise Gibson Annand

    • Louise Gibson Annand-MacFarquhar MBE (27 May 1915 – 6 January 2012) was a Scottish painter and film-maker . Born in Uddingston, Lanarkshire, Scotland, Louise Gibson Annand attended the former Hamilton Academy school where her father, Walter D. Annand was English Principal. Her younger brother was Walter J D Annan ... Read »


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    • Art Bug

    • Art Bug, launched in 2001 by Jaelle Ang, an architect and artist by training, is a Singapore institution in art education. With focus on encouraging creative expression and critical thinking, Art Bug have provided art training to over 70 kindergartens and schools in Singapore. Art Bug became a part Singapore Cerebral E ... Read »


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    • Art education in the United States

    • Art education in the United States reflects the social values of American culture. Apprenticeship was once the norm and the main sense, however with the democratization of education, particularly as promoted by educational philosopher John Dewey, opportunities have greatly expanded. Elliot Eisner has been an influentia ... Read »


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    • Art Elective Programme (Singapore)

    • The Art Elective Programme is an elective that several schools in Singapore offer. These schools have got permission from the Ministry of Education (MOE) of Singapore. This programme is also known as Higher Art and can also be offered as an Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level (O-level) s ... Read »


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    • Art school

    • An art school is an educational institution with a primary focus on the visual arts, especially illustration, painting, photography, sculpture, and graphic design. Art schools are institutions with elementary, secondary, post-secondary or undergraduate, or graduate or postgraduate programs in these areas. They are dist ... Read »


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    • List of book arts centers

    • This is a list of book arts centers worldwide. These are university based programs, community programs, galleries, and museum collections, which focus on books arts, including bookbinding, book design, and the artistic medium known as artists books, all as distinct from the writing or publishing of books. In 198 ... Read »


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    • Arts in education

    • Arts in education is an expanding field of educational research and practice informed by investigations into learning through arts experiences. In this context, the arts can include Performing arts education (dance, drama, music), literature and poetry, storytelling, Visual arts education in film, craft, design, digita ... Read »


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    • Arts integration

    • Arts integration is an approach to teaching that integrates the fine and performing arts as primary pathways to learning. Arts integration differs from traditional education by its inclusion of both the arts discipline and a traditional subject as part of learning (e.g. using improvisational drama skills to learn about ... Read »


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    • Arts-based environmental education

    • Arts-based environmental education (AEE) brings art education and environmental education together in one undertaking. The approach has two essential characteristics. The first is that it refers to a specific kind of environmental education that starts off from an artistic approach. Different from other types of outdoo ... Read »


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    • Atelier

    • An atelier (French: [atəlje], "workshop" or "studio") is, in English, the private workshop or studio of a professional artist in the fine or decorative arts, where a principal master and a number of assistants, students, and apprentices can work together producing pieces of fine art or visual art released under t ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Fine Arts

    • A Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA, B.F.A.) is the standard undergraduate degree for students in the United States and Canada seeking a professional education in the visual or performing arts. In the United States, the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree differs from a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in that the majority of the ... Read »


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    • Bauhaus

    • Staatliches Bauhaus (German: [ˈʃtaːtlɪçəs ˈbaʊˌhaʊs]), commonly known simply as Bauhaus, was a German art school operational from 1919 to 1933 that combined crafts and the fine arts, and was famous for the approach to design that it publicised and taught. The Bauhaus was founded by Walter ... Read »


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    • Board of Manufactures

    • During the Enlightenment and the industrial revolution, Scottish industrial policy was made by the Board of Trustees for Fisheries, Manufactures and Improvements in Scotland, which sought to build an economy complementary, not competitive, with England. Since England had woollens, this meant linen. The Board was estab ... Read »


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    • Alexander Bogen

    • Alexander Bogen

      Wilno University Alexander Bogen (Hebrew: אלכסנדר בוגן‎‎; born January 24, 1916 – October 20, 2010) was a Polish-Israeli artist, painter, sculptor, stage designer, book illustrator and a commander partisan during World War II. Alexander Bogen was born in Tartu, Esto ... Read »


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    • Campaign for Drawing

    • The Campaign for Drawing is a UK registered charity that aims to get everyone drawing. It was founded in 2000 by the Guild of St George, and is now an independent charity. The Campaign for Drawing believes that drawing can be an enjoyable public activity as well as a private passion. It is inspired by the Victorian ar ... Read »


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    • Council for Art Education, Inc.

    • The Council for Art Education, Inc. (CFAE) is an organization created by the Art & Creative Materials Institute, Inc. (ACMI) in 1984 to promote March as Youth Art Month, which was designed to promote art education. As of 2009, CFAE consisted of representatives of: ACMI, the National Art Education Association, "The SHIP ... Read »


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    • Crystal Palace School

    • Crystal Palace School of Art, Science, and Literature, which opened in 1854, was set up by the Crystal Palace Company as a new enterprise to occupy part of its buildings when it re-erected the Crystal Palace in suburban Sydenham in 1853. Civil engineer and later first director of the Royal College of Music, George Grov ... Read »


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    • Escuela de Arte Eladio Vélez (Itagüí)


    • Guildford School of Art

    • Coordinates: 51°12′58″N 0°48′22″W / 51.216°N 0.806°W / 51.216; -0.806 Guildford School of Art was one of several schools of art run by Surrey County Council. In 1969 it merged with Farnham College of Art to become the West Surrey College of Art and Design. It has now b ... Read »


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    • Kunstgewerbeschule

    • Kunstgewerbeschule, "School of Arts and Crafts", or "Vocational arts school", was a type of school of applied arts that existed in German-speaking countries from the mid-19th century. After World War II, most of them either merged into local or regional universities, or closed. The last of them, the Kunstgewerbe-und Ha ... Read »


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    • Make Something!!

    • Make Something!! is an international series of creative workshops for teens founded by Aaron Rose and Stefani Relles.Since its inception in 2008, more than 2,000 high school students have taken part in Make Something!! workshops held in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, Portland and Tokyo. Working with ... Read »


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    • Manchester Craftsmen's Guild


    • National Art Education Association

    • The National Art Education Association (NAEA) is a professional association founded in 1947 in the United States. It is the world's largest professional art education association. The NAEA's annual convention attracts thousands of art educators and offers art educators a chance to network, establish mentor relationshi ... Read »


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    • National Art Honor Society

    • The National Art Honor Society was established in 1978 in the United States by the National Art Education Association for high school students grades 10-12, for "the purpose of inspiring and recognizing those students who have shown an outstanding ability in art" from the National Art Honor Society website. The NAEA al ... Read »


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    • Needlework Development Scheme

    • Needlework Development Scheme (NDS) was a collaborative program between industry and art education, that was to encourage and initiate a new standard for British embroidery design in both hand and machine work. The organisation was primarily responsible for developing collections of foreign and British embroidery, that ... Read »


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    • Owatonna Art Education Project

    • The Owatonna Art Education Project was a project in Owatonna, Minnesota in the United States, intended to promote the production of new knowledge through science, establish standards of excellence in education, and provide opportunities for self-improvement and visual enhancement. It was started 1933 and continued unti ... Read »


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    • Pegasus ArtWorks

    • Pegasus ArtWorks is the statewide arts program for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware, part of the nationwide movement of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Created in 2002 to create broad based access to high yield arts programs, Pegasus ArtWorks provides direct access for at risk youth to high quality arts programs. ... Read »


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    • Room 13 International

    • Room 13 International is a network of arts studios in primary schools worldwide. Each studio is run by the students as a self-sufficient business. The network is named after the first such studio, which operated in Room 13 in the Caol Primary School in Fort William, Scotland. As of 2012, the network consists of over 8 ... Read »


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    • Ryman Arts

    • Ryman Arts is a non-profit fine arts education organization that is based in Los Angeles, California. Ryman Arts was co-founded in 1990 as the Ryman-Carroll Foundation by Leah and Martin Sklar, Ann and Buzz Price, Walt Disney's daughter Sharon Disney Lund, and Lucille Ryman Carroll, to honor Herbert Ryman. The organiza ... Read »


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    • Saldus Art School

    • Saldus Art School (Latvian: Saldus mākslas skola) is an art school in Saldus, Latvia founded in 1984. Approximately 130 students from the age of eight to sixteen attend the school after their lessons in contemporary school three times a week. Saldus Art school is an educational establishment. The seven-year cur ... Read »


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    • Shemer Art Center and Museum

    • Shemer Art Center and Museum

      The Shemer Art Center and Museum is an art education facility and gallery in Phoenix, Arizona. The center was founded in 1984 by Martha Shemer, who purchased a mission-style house and three acres not only to preserve the property but to donate it to the City of Phoenix to be used for art education. Budget constraints n ... Read »


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    • STEAM fields

    • STEAM fields are science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, together with art. STEAM is designed to integrate STEM subjects and the art of design in the classroom. These programs aim to teach students to think critically and have an engineering or design approach towards real-world problems while building on th ... Read »


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    • Teaching artist

    • Teaching Artists, also called artist educators or community artists, are professional artists who teach and integrate their art form, perspectives, and skills into a wide range of settings. Teaching Artists work with schools, after school programs, community agencies, prisons, jails, and social service agencies. The Ar ... Read »


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    • The Voice of the Performing Arts

    • The Voice of the Performing Arts is a weekly radio show that explores the importance of arts education. It airs each Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time on WICR 88.7, a public radio station at the University of Indianapolis. The show also airs online and via the TuneIn Radio App. It is a one-hour program hosted by S ... Read »


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    • Visual literacy in education

    • Visual literacy in education develops a student's visual literacy – their ability to comprehend, make meaning of, and communicate through visual means, usually in the form of images or multimedia. Images have always been involved in learning with pictures and artwork to help define history or literary works. ... Read »


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    • Women's Studio Workshop


    • Workshops for Careers in the Arts

    • Workshops for Careers in the Arts was a professional training program for artistically talented teenagers which took place on the campus of The George Washington University in a joint collaboration. Designated a pilot program, Workshops for Careers in the Arts was created in June 1968 by Peggy Cooper Cafritz and Mike M ... Read »


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    • Youth Art Month

    • Youth Art Month is a month of promoting art and art education in the United States. It is observed in March, with thousands of American schools participating, often with the involvement of local art museums and civic organizations. Youth Art Month was founded by the Crayon, Water Color & Craft Institute, Inc., the ... Read »


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    • Youth in arts

    • Youth in Arts is a non-profit organization that provides visual and performing arts instruction to public and private school students and enriches the community with cultural events. Youth in Arts has been providing arts education to students in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1970. It is based in San Rafael, Ca. The ... Read »


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