Ethel A. Stephens’ “at home”: art education for girls and women

Ethel A. Stephens’ “at home”: art education for girls and women

1. to produce a report based on the topics/areas 2. to write CRITICAL REVIEW that include aspects of the weekly themes (ECONOMY THEME) that they find compelling, exciting, frustrating or provocative – aspects of History and Philosophy in Visual Art Education that helps inform, constitute, or dispute their values and ideas in our current education setting. 3. The essay should be not more than 2,000 words on the articles chosen for the seminar presentation. It should be critical in nature, that is, analytical and interpretative and not merely descriptive. 4. This writing should analyze the themes given using the essays read, and materials shown