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J. Liberty Tadd, Who Are You?
David W. Baker
Studies in Art Education
Vol. 26, No. 2 (Winter, 1985), pp. 75-85
Published by: National Art Education Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1320562
Page Count: 11
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This study examines the formation, structure, and program of the Public Industrial Art School of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the two men who directed it during its brief existence between 1880 and 1916, Charles Godfrey Leland and J. Liberty Tadd. Special emphasis is given to the pedagogical theory articulated by Tadd. His theoretical posture, and the methodology he describes, underpinned the instructional program of the Art School and determined its unique influence. An analysis of the school, the theories of Leland and Tadd, and their influence upon contemporary practice in art education conclude the study.
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