Past Issues

TAJ Issue 8(4)

Terry Hermsen rediscovers Neruda with students in Chile.

Rebecca Burrill on the primacy of movement in art making.

Lenore Blank Kelner on “miracle moments” in teaching artistry.

Daniel A. Kelin II asks some really good questions.

Newsbreak edited by Laura Reeder: Lisa Maren Thompson on the UNESCO Arts Ed

Conference in Seoul; Lisa Donovan on Cultivating the Field at Lesley U.; El Sistema comes to the U.S.; and much more.

Research Review edited by Dan Serig: Tina Hinojosa on the past and present of community art in higher ed.

Resource Exchange edited by Becca Barniskis: A video-linked TA mega-discussion gets deep with Arnie Aprill’s False Dichotomies article.

TAJ Issue 8(3)

Catlin Cobb interviews veteran playwright and TA Dominique Cieri about life in the trenches and TA-ing as service.

Eric Booth gives us an inside look at the founding of MusicianCorps and its ambitious and innovative TA-training program.

G. James Daichendt discusses Walter Gropius and the Bauhaus legacy for teaching artists.

Megan Sandberg-Zakian tells the story of a youth Shakespeare project and the program and pedagogy behind it.

Newsbreak edited by Laura Reeder: TA’s and Creative Aging, Maxine Green’s ethos, and much more.

Research Review edited by Dan Serig: A Review of The Dana Foundation’s Neuroeducation: Learning, Arts, and the Brain, and more.

Resource Exchange edited by Becca Barniskis: The TA Design Team reviews the powerful ArtsConnectEd and Elixr web resources.

TAJ Issue 8(2)


Kong Ho
on mural painting and inclusive education.

Cora Marshall on the theory and practice of studio based research for teaching artists.

Clayton Scott on poetry slamming in Arkansas Schools.

Carol Ng-He on engaging student teaching artists with communities.

Newsbreak edited by Laura Reeder: What Elmo and Wynton Marsalis have in common; a text message interview with John Abodeely , and much more.

Research Review edited by Dan Serig: A review of James Catterall’s Doing Well and Doing Good by Doing Art, clear explanations of “operationalization,” “reification” and the difference between causality and correlation, and much more.

Resource Exchange edited by Becca Barniskis: A group of TA’s review Edutopia; a review of Terry Hermsen’s Poetry of Place; and much more.

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