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    Front MatterSource: Art Education, Vol. 48, No. 2, Artful Conversations (Mar., 1995), pp. 1-3Published by: National Art Education AssociationStable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3193504 .Accessed: 15/06/2014 01:06

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  • The Journal of the National Art Education Association

    March 1995 Volume 48 No. 2 $9.00

    EDITOR: Ronald N. MacGregor MANAGING EDITOR: Stacie L. Lequar EDITORIAL BOARD: Gretchen Boyer, E. Andrew Mills, Majorie Sahs, Earl P. Smith, Donald Soucy, George Szekely, J. Ulbricht

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    SPECIAL THEME: ARTFUL CONVERSATIONS

    Editorial: Alchemy 101

    Letters to the Editor

    The Mysterious Lady From Surinam

    Recipe for Assessment: How Arty Cooked His Goose

    While Grading Art

    Harvey Shows the Way: Narrative in Children's Art

    Animation for Children: David Ehrlich and the Cleveland

    Museum of Art Workshop'

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    by Ronald N. MacGregor

    by Bob Lloyd

    by Ralph A. Bennett and Karen A. Hamblen

    by Layman H. Jones, Jr.

    by Julia Kellman

    by Linda C. Ehrlich2

    INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES

    Phoenix Art Museum 25 by Jan Krulick

    The Young Interviewers Get a Sense of Heritage from African/ y n

    American Artist and Educator d byBernard Young Dr. J. Eugene Grigsby, Jr.

    Electronic Artstrands: Computer by Guy Hubbard Delivery of Art Instruction byGuy

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    Issue Table of ContentsArt Education, Vol. 48, No. 2, Artful Conversations (Mar., 1995), pp. 1-54Front Matter [pp.1-3]An EditorialAlchemy 101 [pp.4-5]

    Letters to the Editor [p.5]The Mysterious Lady from Surinam [pp.6-11]Recipe for Assessment: How Arty Cooked His Goose while Grading Art [pp.12-17]Harvey Shows the Way: Narrative in Children's Art [pp.18-22]Animation for Children: David Ehrlich and the Cleveland Museum of Art Workshop [pp.23-36]Instructional Resources: Images of the American West Phoenix Art Museum [pp.25-32]Two Young Interviewers Get a Sense of Heritage from African/American Artist and Educator Dr. J. Eugene Grigsby, Jr. [pp.37-43]Electronic Artstrands: Computer Delivery of Art Instruction [pp.44-51]Back Matter [pp.52-54]