ART PAPERS 22.04 - July/Aug 1998
This 3rd Annual Artists' Survival Guide issue focuses on education in the arts. Kim Wheetley shares an emotionally and physically fulfilling path of arts-integrated education that expands beyond class walls. Joe Miller shares his account of learning about art as a youth led him to exploring museums roles in educating citizens. Sue Spaid playfully defends arts educations in the cyber era and James Nestor analyzes the uneasy state of college-level art education. Nicholas Drake interviews William Mitchell , a tech thinker whose ideas of the future of the classroom promotes human involvement . Rebecca Dimling Cochran pays a studio visit to sculptor Clark Ashton, showing a merging of new and traditional forms of sculpting within student-faculty collaborations.