This collection of articles is for teachers who would like to explore working with artists in their school classrooms. It begins with “23 Questions from Teachers that Artists Can Help Answer,” which addresses intriguing problems teachers are grappling with and matches them with the special skills and innovative problem-solving that artists use in their work every day.
“23 Questions” is followed by three gripping stories about artists working in schools, conducting programs that integrate beautifully with existing curriculum and meet state education standards.
|Publisher:||Linda Burnham and Steven Durland|
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About the Author
Writer Linda Frye Burnham and artist Steven Durland edited and published High Performance magazine for its entire 20 years (1978-1998); co-founded and directed (1988-1993) the 18th Street Arts Complex in California; and co-founded Art in the Public Interest in North Carolina (1995-present) and the Community Arts Network on the World Wide Web (1999-2010). They wrote and edited “The Citizen Artist: 20 Years of Art in the Public Arena,” an anthology from High Performance (New York: Critical Press, 1998). Durland’s art studio is Bourbon, Dogs and Art .