Since the visual is at the core of our work as art educators, we, the editors, are giving special attention to reflecting and addressing that concern. Two of the articles in this issue feature photographs - Roddy and VanWinkle's report on the role of photographs in community self-empowerment and Barbara Lounder's reflections on The One Year Show, an exhibition in response to the "Montreal Massacre". Both articles rely on images to tell their story as much as they depend on words. Indeed, the reproductions of the pieces in The One Year Show are presented as a folio, as a self-contained visual statement. We hope to develop this and other means of visual communication in future issues and encourage readers to submit visual material, in addition of course, to written material.
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