• A Hartwick student using a microscope in the science lab.
  • A Hartwick professor discussing Botany with a student.
  • A Hartwick professor helping a student during class.
  • Hartwick students giving a presentation in front of the class.

Art Resources

ART EDUCATION

Art in the School (AIS) www.artintheschool.org
Art in the School (AIS) is a private, non-profit educational organization founded in Albuquerque in 1985, providing visual art education for over 18,000 elementary school children in over 30 schools in New Mexico alone.

Do all schools need the arts? Kentucky says yes. www.csmonitor.com Article, Christian Science Monitor's Electronic Edition.

ArtsEdNet http://www.getty.edu/artsednet/ The Getty's art education Web site.

The American Art Therapy Association Inc. http://www.arttherapy.org informs art therapists about legislative activities and issues affecting the practice of art therapy on the federal level and in each state.

KS-Netsearch, Education Art and Humanities http://www.angelfire.com/ks/wrl/EduArt.html Search for an education in philosophy, French, or fashion design (one link to 'design art').

National Art Education Association (NAEA) http://www.naea-reston.org/ Over 17,000 art educators from every level of instruction and everyone concerned about quality art education in our schools.

National Gallery of Art - Education Resources http://www.nga.gov/education/derdesc.htm The Gallery's Education Resources include more than 150 color slide programs, teaching packets, films, videocassettes, and videodiscs that are loaned free.

Patricia Allingham Carlson - Art Education http://allingham_carlson.tripod.com "Why Do Children Need Art?" and "An Art Teacher's Role" (paintings).