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  • 1. Elements and Principles of Design Creative Self Expression Art in Daily Living Art as a Discipline ?????
  • 2. William Whitford 1929 Art education...drawing, design, construction and appreciation.
  • 3. http://www.personal.psu.edu/mas53/timelint.html
  • 4. Fredrich Froebel 1782-1852 Play is the highest expression of human development in childhood for it alone is the free expression of what is in a child's soul.
  • 5. Pratt Institute Kindergarten circa 1890s
  • 6. Progressive Educators Creative Self Expression, Manual Training, Arts and Crafts, Social Efficiency Early to Mid-20th Century
  • 7. Johannes Itten 1888-1967 Froebel Trained Elementary School Teacher
  • 8. Design and Form: The Basic Course at the Bauhaus and Later Johannes Itten The Bauhaus School The Color Star 1919-1933 Johannes Itten
  • 9. Arthur Wesley Dow Artist and Art Educator 1857-1922 Inspired by East Asian art and the British Arts and Crafts Movement
  • 10. Elements and Principles of Design Early 20th Century
  • 11. Ella Victoria Dobbs 1866-1952 The Creative Arts in Democratic Living (unpublished manuscript) “wholesome balance between free expression and technical instruction and between freedom and order” (58)
  • 12. The Social Efficiency Movement David Snedden, 1916 Commissioner of Education Massachusetts “teach authoritative good taste and train those talented in visual arts”. No need for industrial art-related skills
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  • 14. Alfred Stieglitz 1912 Exhibition of Children’s Art at “291”
  • 15. Art in Daily Living 1930-1960
  • 16. The Owatonna Project 1933-38 Owatonna, Minnesota “The project was built on the idea that in order for the arts to change a community, a sense of well-being had to be felt in the home as well as in schools.”
  • 17. Edwin Ziegfeld Owatonna Art Project “art becomes most significant and most meaningful when it touches those areas in which people carry on the greater part of their daily activities—in other words, when it is intimately connected with everyday experience.”
  • 18. People’ Art Center MOMA Arts are a humanizing force and their major function is to vitalize living. Victor D’Amico 1905-1987
  • 19. 1980s- Present
  • 20. Mutlicultural Art Education Visual Culture Youth Culture 1960s- Present