Find citations for modern and contemporary art publications, including digital art, design, photography, and craft topics. A 2006 national survey by the Center on Education Policy , an independent advocacy organization in Washington, DC, found that in the five years after enactment of NCLB, 44 percent of districts had increased instruction time in elementary school English language arts and math while decreasing time spent on other subjects.
Based on the findings of this report, the wealth management industry is clearly taking a more strategic view on art as an asset class and how it might be used as a tool to build stronger and deeper relationships with clients, in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
In 2001, the California Board of Education set standards at each grade level for what students should know and be able to do in music, visual arts, theater, and dance, but a statewide study in 2006, by SRI International , found that 89 percent of K-12 schools failed to offer a standards-based course of study in all four disciplines.
Art history’s emergence as a discipline is usually traced to Hegel, although Winckelmann’s The History of the Art of Antiquity (1764), can be seen as a beginning too.( 4 ) Hegel was of course a philosopher and art history’s debt and connections to philosophy, and to German scholarship, continue to mark out the discipline.
Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals (UI access only) Offers a comprehensive listing of references to journal articles on architecture and design from the United States, Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Australia with coverage from 1934 – current and selective coverage back to 1741.