Crafty kids

Dawson, Faith
August 1997
New Orleans Magazine;Aug97, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p68
Interviews Lee Morais, assistant director for education, New Orleans Museum of Art, concerning child's creativity. Developing the children's creativity while growing; Drawing or painting versus coloring books; Investment for the interest of a child in expensive art, like photography; Stimulating creativity through active learning.


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