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Evidence of the attributes, values, and skills that come from arts
education, including social and emotional development, improvements
in school engagement, as well as vital civic and social participation.
- The American Academy of Arts & Sciences 2021 Report: Art for Life’s
Sake: The Case for Arts Education
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- Back issues of ChildArt
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magazine’s past issues. Each magazine covers a relevant and timely
subject. The information is presented in an exciting, colorful way
for young readers to cherish. Please click on a magazine’s cover
for the table of contents.
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$110–a saving of $40.00!
- “Filled with brief, energetic articles on art in the cultures, schools
and minds of today’s children, this ad-free magazine will quickly become
a favorite youth-services periodical…ChildArt is a truly multicultural
periodical to enrich every public library.” -- Today’s Librarian.
- “The International Child Art Foundation publishes ChildArt … that fosters
learning, self-discovery, and global education for children through all
types of art and design projects and activities. Vibrant color illustrations
and photographs show art created by children and illustrate step-by-step
craft projects from around the world that can be done in the classroom.
Teacher-librarians will find ChildArt to be an excellent source for
creative multi-cultural projects to recommend to teachers and students.”
-- Teacher Librarian: The Journal for School Library Professionals.
- “This unique periodical inspires children of all ages to be artistic,
cooperative, creative and imaginative. The reader is taken around the
world to a variety of cultural settings, then back to the old masters
for historical perspectives and on into a future of cooperation and
creativity.” -- Arts and Activities, Editorial Review
- “I found the articles to be consistently well-written, respectful of
the young artists they profile and illustrated with works or craft that
are memorable and stimulating. Not only is this professionally-produced
magazine both visually and intellectually engaging in content and design,
but in these days of steady cutbacks in U.S. arts education programs, it
offers a cogent reminder of art’s central role in linking world cultures…For
its poly-cultural outlook and special focus, ChildArt is unique among
magazines for children…readers of any age will find it a rewarding way
to broaden their cultural horizons.” -- Supervising Librarian, Central
Children’s Room, The New York Public Library.