I am very pleased to introduce New Art Literacy Explained - Art and Technology Lectures for the 21st Century, the new art and technology textbook recommended for K8-12 and above art classes. It is a 21st century guide that will take the reader smoothly into today’s world of art and technology. This is a satisfactorily comprehensive account of art and technology literacy needed to survive in today’s education and professional, computer-competent society. New Art Literacy Explained is the one e-textbook you will not want your school to be without. It is a deus-ex-machina must-have to help students learn art and technology literacy together. It will help pass college-readiness exams, but It is intensive enough for college art courses.
New Art Literacy Explained has a companion website for contemplative tasks, MakeTap.com. Students who visit MakeTap.com will enhance their creativity and critical thinking. This interactive e-textbook is focused for the 21st century’s art and technology courses, careers, and environs.
_Susan E. Pattishall, BFA, M.Ed.
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Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
iii. Title page
Chapter One - Metacognition
Chapter Two - Converging Technologies
Chapter Three - Why is Color on My Test?
Chapter Four - Elements of Art
Chapter Five - Principles of Design
Chapter Six - Effective Timelines
Chapter Seven - Image File Formats
Chapter Eight - The 21st Century Art Lecture
Chapter Nine - Needing and Using Color
Chapter Ten - How a Computer Produces Color
Chapter Eleven - Changes that Began Hi-Tech History and the Digital Age
Chapter Twelve - Digital Age Artists
Chapter Thirteen - Conclusion
IV. Glossary (Terms Reference)
V. Philosophers, Artists, Color Theorists, Scientists, Inventors, and Entrepreneurs (Person Reference)
VI. The Four Canonical Painting Modes Developed During the Renaissance
IX. Image Index