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Abstract: The North Texas Regional Institute For Educators On The Visual Arts

Description: An abstract for the North Texas Regional Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, with the intention of inviting corporations and private foundations in North Texas to join with the Getty Center for Education in the Arts, the University of North Texas to innovate and implement a education reform for discipline-based arts. The abstract goes into details about what NTIEVA hopes to achieve through their program, wanting to tackle visual literacy, critical criticism and language among elementary and secondary students. Further details about budgeting and proposed planning are incorporated at the end of the abstract.
Date: November 27, 1989
Creator: North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Abstracts and Presentations for Inheriting the Theory Seminar, May, 4-7, 1989

Description: Photocopy of the abstracts for presentations that are taking place during the Inheriting the Theory: New Voices and Multiple Perspectives on DBAE. At the bottom of the first page is the location and dates of the seminar and on the left-hand side are the committee members and director. Each idea is listed under its own "Triangulation", there are six total. Each triangulation gives a summary of the idea as well as a snippet about the speaker.
Date: May 1989
Creator: Getty Center for Education in the Arts
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Anne Burnett and Charles Tandy Foundation

Description: A letter from Thomas F. Beech, executive vice president of the Tandy Foundation, to Elaine Stearns, research assistant at the Office of Advancement, University of North Texas. Beech has given Stearns a copy of the information that she has requested, attached to the letter is the grant application information for the Tandy Foundation.
Date: May 15, 1989
Creator: Beech, Thomas F.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Art education and the many-sided development of the young man

Description: An article, Art education and the many-sided development of the young man by Liliana Stefanova. Stefanova writes in her confidence that the noble mission of an international organization like INSEA, International Society for Education through Art ideals are invaluable importance to the future.
Date: [1989..]
Creator: Stefanova, Liliana
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Art Education: Creative Birthright

Description: Art Education: Creative Birthright by Fran Bolte, Nancy Reynolds, Kelly Spragins, Pam Stephens and Donna Stovall. The document opens up with a statement on human beings around the world are inherently creative, capable of reflecting ideas, values and emotions but brings up the question as to why so many in society lose this creative birthright into the adulthood. It is because of the rush to reform education and how creativity is often left behind. The document details why art and art education is important to the children and to the public school system.
Date: [1987,1991]
Creator: Bolte, Fran; Reynolds, Nancy; Spragins, Kelly; Stephens, Pam & Stovall, Donna
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Art Expression, Art Skills, and Continued Artistic Development of Children

Description: An article, Art Expression, Art Skills, and Continued Artistic Development of Children by Michael Day. Literature in the field of Art Education has distinguished to three domains of art learning, critical domain which refers to the individuals response to art, the making of critical judgement and the ability to discus art with others. The cultural or historical domain, refers to the knowledge and understanding that surround a work of art within the milieu. The productive domain, refers to the making of art objects. Day's article, he'll focuses on the productive domain and the creative mediums of artwork.
Date: [1989..]
Creator: Day, Michael
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Artistic Learning: What and Where Is It?

Description: A Journal of Aesthetic Education, Vol. 22, No. Artistic Learning: What and Where Is It? by Dennie Palmer Wolf. The journal has two pictures of student work that was made twelve years apart and a series of questions that about the altered roles of the final productions. The prints and questions come from an intensive study of artistic thinking known as Arts Propel. Propel is a collaboration between research and educators to assess artistic development.
Date: Spring 1988
Creator: Wolf, Dennie Palmer
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Arts in Education

Description: An application guideline from the National Endowment for the Arts, NEA, for Arts in Education. The following document is an application for grant funding which must be filled out appropriately according to which grant the North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts receive. Included in the document is an introduction to what the NEA was created for and what they strive to accomplish. The rest of the document goes into great details about what they fund, what they do not fund and how to go about applying for grants.
Date: June 1987
Creator: National Endowment for the Arts
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Arts Propel: A Fresh Approach to Education and Assessment in the Arts

Description: Arts Propel: A Fresh Approach to Education and Assessment in the Arts. The statement says, an individual educated in an art form should be able to express themselves directly in the medium or symbol system of that art form. Children from an early age should have extensive experience in working with artistic materials and should become familiar with concepts, themes and feelings which characterize artistic works. Art Propel is a five-year cooperative project directed towards three art forms, music, visual arts and imaginative writing.
Date: April 1989
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Assessing Student Achievement in Art

Description: A thesis, Assessing Student Achievement in Art, A Study of The Feasibility of Achievement Testing in Art. Submitted to: The Getty Center for Education in the Arts, The J. Paul Getty Trust by Ralph Hoepfner, Ph.D. The report on feasibility of developing curriculum-fair achievement tests the art on both positive and negative notes. During the 1983-84 school year an achievement test was developed to assess the school children's knowledge.
Date: March 15, 1988
Creator: Hoepfner, Ralph
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

At the head of its class

Description: A newspaper clipping featuring an article about Fort Worth ISD being high in art education grades. The article goes into the fact that arts education has been around since the 1950s but there never has been such an interest until now, art education is being re-examined. Art is being viewed as important to all students as a means of enchaining learning and other disciplines such as math and science. The article continues into the hard work that Getty Center and the education reformation program has undergone to see changes in the schools curriculum.
Date: April 13, 1989
Creator: Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

At the head of its class

Description: A newspaper clipping featuring an article on children from Forest Hill Elementary School at the head of their class with high grades in arts education. The article goes into the fact that arts education has been around since the 1950s but there never has been such an interest until now, art education is being re-examined. Art is being viewed as important to all students as a means of enchaining learning and other disciplines such as math and science. The article continues into the hard work that Getty Center and the education reformation program has undergone to see changes in the schools curriculum.
Date: April 13, 1989
Creator: Tyson, Janet
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

['At the head of its class' article]

Description: A clipping of an article written by Janet Tyson for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram about Fort Worth school's art programs. It discusses the concerns for a lack of art-related courses in schools and points to Fort Worth as a leader in the initiative to bring them back with the help of NTIEVA and the Getty Center for Education in the Arts.
Date: April 13, 1989
Creator: Tyson, Janet
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Bass Foundation

Description: A financial data report for the Bass Foundation. The Bass Foundation awards grants to recipients as listed at the top, such are arts and higher education. The financial report lists the foundations assets from the 1984 year to the 1988 year and the grants awarded for that year.
Date: July 5, 1989
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

A Brief Description of Connecticut's Performance Assessments in High School Science and Mathematics

Description: A brief description of Connecticut's performance assessments in High School Science and Mathematics, written by Joan Boykoff Baron, Ph.D, Connecticut State Department of Education. The Connecticut State Department of Education received a grant from the National Science Foundation to work with the Coalition of Essential Schools and the State Departments of Education to develop performance assessments in science and mathematics.
Date: October 10, 1989
Creator: Baron, Joan Boykoff
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Capital Campaign - Major Prospects

Description: A provisional report drawn up by the University of North Texas to describe the goals for a capital campaign / fundraising effort. The report goes into detailed expectations of funding and monetary acquisition from companies and foundations to support programs currently being worked on at UNT.
Date: September 27, 1989
Creator: University of North Texas
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The Clark Foundation]

Description: A collective document published by The Foundation Center, giving descriptions of foundations that provide grants for numerous organizations and programs of particular interests. This page focuses on the The Clark Foundation. The Clark Foundation states that their purpose is offering grant support for education, scholarships, research and libraries within Texas. Included in the document is a breakdown of the total number of grants the Clark Foundation had granted in a singular year. These pages belonged to the desk of Jack Davis, William McCarter and the members of the North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, as they researched foundations and charities to support their education reform program.
Date: [1982..]
Creator: The Foundation Center
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Compact Dialogue

Description: A newsletter, Common Core of Learning Assessment Project, Compact Dialogue, Connecticut Multi-state Performance Assessment Collaborative Team in Math and Science. Compact Dialogue is a monthly publication of the Compact Project a multi-state collaborative effort funded by the National Science Foundation. The newsletter will keep up to date information on all the happenings within the project.
Date: September 1989
Creator: Connecticut Multi-State Performance Assessment Collaborative Team in Math and Science
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Compact Dialogue, No. 2

Description: A newsletter, Common Core of Learning Assessment Project, Compact Dialogue, Connecticut Multi-state Performance Assessment Collaborative Team in Math and Science. Compact Dialogue is a monthly publication of the Compact Project a multi-state collaborative effort funded by the National Science Foundation. The newsletter will keep up to date information on all the happenings within the project.
Date: October 1989
Creator: Connecticut Multi-State Performance Assessment Collaborative Team in Math and Science
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The Constantin Foundation]

Description: A collective document published by The Foundation Center, giving descriptions of foundations that provide grants for numerous organizations and programs of particular interests. This page focuses on the The Constantin Foundation. The Constantin Foundation states that their purpose is offering grant support to local giving, higher education and some support for youth agencies and hospitals. Included in the document is a breakdown of the total number of grants the Constantin Foundation had granted in a singular year. These pages belonged to the desk of Jack Davis, William McCarter and the members of the North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, as they researched foundations and charities to support their education reform program.
Date: [1983..]
Creator: The Foundation Center
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Corporate giving profiles, October 1989

Description: A collective document that gives descriptions of foundations that provide grants for numerous organizations and programs of particular interests. This page is about the American Express Co. American Express Philanthropic Program. American Express offers grant support in arts & humanities, education, arts education, colleges & universities, public education and social services. These pages belong to the desk of Jack Davis, William McCarter and the members of the North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, as they researched foundations and charities to support their educational reform program.
Date: October 1989
Creator: Corporate Giving Watch
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Crystelle Waggoner Charitable Trust

Description: A financial data report for the Crystelle Waggoner Charitable Trust. The financial report details their assets by the year starting from 1984 to 1988 and the support grant they have awarded for that following year. In addition information, no deadline, has been circled.
Date: July 10, 1989
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections