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In every January and June•Summer issue, Arts & Activities magazine publishes a Volume Index. The Index lists, by category and author, the articles that ran during a particular five-issue volume. We recommend that you keep the Volume Indexes in a binder or file for reference when looking for articles and information dealing with a particular topic, medium, artist, art technique, and so on. volume index VOLUME 152, SEPTEMBER 2012–JANUARY 2013 ARCHITECTURE IN THE ART ROOM The Mosque Project: Collective Drawings, Jan., p. 20 Grandma Moses Meets Eric Carle, Oct., p. 20 I like Art Because . , Sept., p. 29 Integrating the Curriculum: Print, Scatter and Splatter, Nov., p. 22 Integrating the Curriculum: Self-Portraits Wanted, Sept., p. 34 Maori-Inspired Masks, Jan., p. 22 Rainforests and Rousseau, Nov., p. 16 The Statue of Liberty Peter Max Style, Sept., p. 20 Stylized Figures Inspired by Native American Art, Jan., p. 30 Take an Artistic Spin with Pinwheels, Sept., p. 30 Warm and Cool Cityscapes, Dec., p. 28 ART APPRECIATION/ART HISTORY Art Educator’s Questions for Peter Max, Sept., p. 18 Artists Depict . Space, Jan., p. 27 Artists Paint . Fall, Oct., p. 27 Artists Paint . Fantasy, Dec., p. 23 Artists Paint . Landscapes, Nov., p. 23 Artists Paint . Summer, Sept., p. 27 Introduction to the 2012–13 Art Print Series, Sept., p. 22 CERAMICS/CLAY Clay Tips from David and Tracy Gamble: Keeping Clay Slabs Flat, Oct., p. 42 Clay Tips from David and Tracy Gamble: The Possibilities of Texture, Dec., p. 34 C ELEMENTARY (grades K-5) Aloha Shirts, Nov., p. 28 Architecture in the Art Room: The Mosque Project: Collective Drawings, Jan., p. 20 Art on Silk Hoops, Dec., p. 14 Classroom Collaboration: A Quilt of Many Colors, Oct., p. 32 Do Trees Have Personalities? Experiencing the Concepts of Texture and Form, Dec., p. 26 Eye -Catching Calacas, Oct., p. 18 Grandma Moses Meets Eric Carle, Oct., p. 20 Hanging on the Clothesline, Dec., p. 25 Integrating the Curriculum: Print, Scatter and Splatter, Nov., p. 22 Integrating the Curriculum: That Fat Cat, Oct., p. 29 Integrating the Curriculum: Faux Fall Repousse, Nov., p. 30 I like Art Because . , Sept., p. 29 Maori-Inspired Masks, Jan., p. 22 Rainforests and Rousseau, Nov., p. 16 The Statue of Liberty Peter Max Style, Sept., p. 20 Stylized Figures Inspired by Native American Art, Jan., p. 30 Vejigante!, Jan., p. 32 Warm and Cool Cityscapes, Dec., p. 28 CHILDREN’S ART DIARY Growing Up as a Young Artist, Oct., p. 39 M Y CM CHOICE-BASED ART The Scribble Stage, Sept., p. 14 Visit to a Choice-Based Art Classroom, Nov., p. 11 What Is a Center?, Jan., p. 15 MY CY CMY K CLIP & SAVE ART PRINTS Ganesha, Dec., p. 19 A Griffin, Nov., p. 19 Introduction to the 2012-13 Clip & Save Art Prints: Mythology in Art, Sept., p. 22 Rainbow Serpent, Sept., p. 23 Rangi, Jan., p. 23 Thor Fishing for the Serpent of Midgard, Oct., p. 23 COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS Aloha Shirts, Nov., p. 28 Classroom Collaboration: A Quilt of Many Colors, Oct., p. 32 Community Connections: “SENS-ational” Art, Jan., p. 18 FABRIC AND FIBER Art Journals: High-School Students Get Personal, Sept., p. 32 Art on Silk Hoops, Dec., p. 14 Festive, Textural Indian Elephants, Dec., p. 16 COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS “SENS-ational” Art, Jan., p. 18 DRAWING AND PAINTING Aloha Shirts, Nov., p. 28 Amate Bark Designs, Jan., p. 29 Architecture in the Art Room: The Mosque Project: Collective Drawings, Jan., p. 20 Art Journals: High-School Students Get Personal, Sept., p. 32 Art on Silk Hoops, Dec., p. 14 Endangered Species: Real Life in Two Dimensions, Oct., p. 30 12 INTEGRATING THE CURRICULUM Faux Fall Repousse, Nov., p. 30 Self-Portraits Wanted, Sept., p. 34 That Fat Cat, Oct., p. 29 iPONDER THE iPAD All the Rage, Sept., p. 17 Out of the Box, Nov., p. 10 An e-Book for your Artwork, Jan., p. 14 januar y 2013 • 80 YEARS www.artsandactivities.com

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