Scholastic Art

Published 6 times per year, Scholastic Art features articles about current and historic artists, art techniques, debates in the art world, art careers, and featured student artists. It also includes ready-made lesson plans and worksheets.

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Past Issues

  • Science Meets Color: George Seurat
  • Connecting the Dots: Details in George Seurat
  • Reimagining Color: Contemporary Artists use Color
  • Beyond the Canvas: Contemporary Artists use Color
  • Hands-On Project: Design with Dots
  • Debate: Long-Lost Cupid [altering art]
  • Art Career: Conservation Scientist
  • Student Artist: Using Color
  • Wayne Thiebaud Captures Modern Life
  • How Does Wayne Thiebaud Create His Paintings?
  • Artist Process: Wayne Thiebaud's Trial-and-Error
  • Classic Meets Contemporary: Following and Breaking Art Rules
  • Hands-On Project: Still Life
  • Debate: Is Wayne Thiebaud a Pop Artist?
  • Art Career: Food Photographer
  • Student Artist: Using Composition in Photography
  • Wayne Thiebaud Captures Modern Life
  • How Does Wayne Thiebaud Create His Paintings?
  • Artist Process: Wayne Thiebaud's Trial-and-Error
  • Classic Meets Contemporary: Following and Breaking Art Rules
  • Hands-On Project: Still Life
  • Debate: Is Wayne Thiebaud a Pop Artist?
  • Art Career: Food Photographer
  • Student Artist: Using Composition in Photography