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    Front MatterSource: Art Education, Vol. 33, No. 4, Art Therapy and Art Education (Apr., 1980), pp. 1-3Published by: National Art Education AssociationStable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3192410 .Accessed: 14/06/2014 21:15

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  • Art Education The Journal of the National Art Education Association

    April 1980 Volume 33 Number 4 II1

    Gary C. Barlo Gary C. Barlow Judith A. Rubin

    Gladys Agell

    Sandra Packard

    Edith Kramer

    Frances E. Anderson

    Edna G. Salant

    Scott D. Stoner

    Shaun McNiff

    Harriet Wadeson

    Virginia Niswander

    4 Editorial-Art Therapy and Art Education: A Special Issue 6 Art Therapy Today

    Commentary-Gary C. Barlow 8 The History of Art Therapy Education

    Commentary-Donald Uhlin 10 A History of Art Therapy

    Commentary-Georgiana Jungels 16 Art Therapy and Art Education: Overlapping Functions

    Commentary-Laurie Wilson 18 Art Therapy: Myths and Realities

    Commentary-Myra Levick 22 Johnny: A One-Parent Preschooler

    Commentary-Lewis K. Shupe 25 Employment Training Program Development and Legislative Issues

    Commentary-Linda Gantt 29 Art Therapy Registration and Standards of Practice

    Commentary-Sandra L. Kagin 31 Art Therapy Research

    Commentary-Janie Rhyne 36 Art Therapy Bibliography

    Art Education NAEA Board:

    Editor: John J. Mahlmann

    Managing Editor: Beverly Jeanne Davis

    ? National Art Education Association 1980

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    The official journal of the National Art Education As- sociation, is published eight times a year: January, February, March, April, September, October, November, and December (The volume year begins with the January issue) by the National Art Education Association, 1916 Association Drive, Reston, Virginia 22091. Telephone (703) 860-8000. The opinions ex- pressed in signed articles are those of the writers themselves and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the national organization. Manuscripts are welcome at all times and may be submitted to the Editorial Of- fice, at 1916 Association Drive, Reston, Virginia 22091. Art Education is indexed in the Education In- dex. The National Art Education Association is a member of the Educational Press Association of America. Second class postage is paid at Hemdon, Virginia, and additional mailing offices. Printed by Stephenson Lithograph, Inc. Art Education is sent to all members of the National Art Education Association under the following categories: Active-$35.00; Associate-$25.00; Institutional Comprehensive- $100; $7.50 of the annual membership dues indicated above is for Art Education. Membership in an estab- lished NAEA Student Chapter is $12.00. $3.75 of the annual Student membership dues is forArt Education. Subscriptions to Art Education for non-members is available to persons living within the United States at a rate of $15.00 per year. Single copy-$4.50. Foreign subscribers must add $3.00 for postage and handling for each subscription. For change of address, send old and new addresses, and label from a recent issue. Be- cause of limited inventory, we cannot honor back claims for issues more than nine months after date of publication. Please claim missing issues immediately. Postmaster: Send Form Number 3579 to the National Art Education Association, 1916 Association Drive, Reston, Virginia 22091.

    Kent Anderson, Edmund B. Feldman, Elliot W. Eisner John Mahlmann Pearl Greenberg, James D. Poor, Marion Jefferson, Jaylene Armstrong Dorothy Johnson, Patricia Mahler-Buffington Bette Acuff, Leven C. Leatherbury Leona M. Zastrow

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    Issue Table of ContentsArt Education, Vol. 33, No. 4, Art Therapy and Art Education (Apr., 1980), pp. 1-38Front Matter [pp.1-3]Editorial [pp.4-5]Art Therapy Today [pp.6-8]Commentary: Art Therapy Today [p.8]History of Art Therapy [pp.8-9]Commentary: History of Art Therapy [pp.9-10]The History of Art Therapy Education [pp.10-13]Commentary: The History of Art Therapy Education [pp.13-14]Art Therapy and Art Education: Overlapping Functions [pp.16-17]Commentary: Art Therapy and Art Education: Overlapping Functions [p.17]Art Therapy: Myths and Realities [pp.18-21]Commentary: Art Therapy: Myths and Realities [p.21]Johnny: A One-Parent Preschooler [pp.22-24]Commentary: Johnny: A One-Parent Preschooler [p.24]Employment, Training Program Development, and Legislative Issues [pp.25-28]Commentary: Employment, Training Program Development, and Legislative Issues [p.28]Art Therapy Registration and Standards of Practice [pp.29-30]Commentary: Art Therapy Registration and Standards of Practice [pp.30-31]Art Therapy Research [pp.31-34]Commentary: Art Therapy Research [pp.34-35]Art Therapy Bibliography [pp.36-38]Back Matter [pp.15-15]