It is the purpose of this study (1) to review the contributions of many writers concerning the significance of art in its relative ways in the various phases of living and experiencing, in the home, in the school, in the community, and in individual activities; (2) after collectively considering the most important factors stressed, to place upon art education the concern of rendering human beings sensitive to the aesthetic value in all activities and in the appreciation and the appraising of these values, in demanding them when they are absent, and in taking the initiative in procuring and creating them; and (3) to direct attention to various possible approaches to art experiencing. This should lead to the broadest interpretation and later direction by art educators and leaders and therefore mean the richest growth both collectively and individually of those under their guidance or in their association.
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Wolfe, Gladyce Belle. "School, Home, Community, and Personal Art Experiences." (1943). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/arth_etds/74