J.C. Holz Revisited: From Modernism to Visual Culture

  title={J.C. Holz Revisited: From Modernism to Visual Culture},
  author={Julia Ulbricht},
  journal={Art Education},
  pages={12 - 17}
  • J. Ulbricht
  • Published 1 November 2005
  • Education
  • Art Education
In 1973, Brent Wilson and It raveled 33 mileswest of the University of Iowa to Williamsburg, Iowa, where we evaluated the progress of an art student teacher. While there, we visited Williamsburg Elementary School, and together noticed the numerous self-initiated spontaneous drawings that students posted on the art room bulletin board. 

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