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Computers in the Artroom.

COMPUTERS IN THE ARTROOM. Deborah Greh. Worcester, MA: Davis Publications, Inc., 1990. Illustrated, 132 pp., wirebound. Includes an Apple Computer demonstration diskette. $23.95.

This publication introduces computers to elementary and secondary art teachers as tools for creating works of art and as a means for understanding various conventions of graphic design. The author presents a case for the computer's use in art curricula and illustrates various applications of the technology in school settings. She also provides a number of illustrations--both color and black-and-white--of students' and professional artists' computer-generated images. This text will be helpful to those interested in computer-based art making. It contains a demonstration disk (Apple Computers) and a good glossary.
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Author:Baker, David
Publication:School Arts
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Oct 1, 1990
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