By Jane Werner with illustrations by Sally Augustiny Watson
ABC is for Christmas
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The Owatonna Project was a successful cooperative effort that involved many sectors of the community, the local schools, and the University of Minnesota. Unfortunately, it was interrupted by the outbreak of World War II and never achieved the impact it might have had under different circumstances. Although art existed in the regular school program, the Owatonna Project was community rather than studio centered. In this regard, it represented a move away from the child-centered approach of Franz Cizek, as Cizek rejected the vocational goals of Walter Smith.
P A R T I • Ralph Tyler, Basic Principles of Curriculum and Instruction (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1950). Ellen Dissanayake has explored in depth the origins and functions of the arts in human culture in her book What Is Art For? (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1988). She speculates that the arts evolved through F O U N D A T I O N S A N D G O A L S F O R A R T 3. 4. E D U C A T I O N making socially signiﬁcant activities memorable and special and are therefore essential to human survival.
In the United States, for instance, the origins of art education in the schools are related to the requirements of business and industry or the goals of society in midnineteenth-century New England. American business leaders witnessed how the English had raised their standards of industrial design in order to compete favorably with European business in taste, style, and beauty. England’s schools of design were revitalized in the 1850s, and they produced a corps of skilled designers for industry.
ABC Is For Christmas by Jane Werner with illustrations by Sally Augustiny Watson