THE MICHIGAN DAILY
New Ideas In Education To Be
Discussed At Parent Meeting
jects of their talks ,are: Prof. Mar-
guerite Wilker, director of the Nur-
sery School, who will speak on "Co-
operation of Children in the Home
through Language Influence;" Prof.
William C. Olsen, director of research
in child development, who will speak
on "Personality Factors in Delin-
quency;" Prof. Arthur E. Wood, di-
rector of the curriculum in social
work, who will speak on "Sociolo-
gical Factors in Delinquency;" Prof.-
Arthur Moehlman, who will speak on
"Reconstruction in the Schools;"
Prof. Stuart A. Courtis, who will talk
on "The Co-operative Approach to
the Solution of Educational Prob-
lems;" and Prof. W. C. Trow, who
will speak on "The German Youth
Movement and the Schools."
Equipment Now In
Benjamin March, curator in the
Division of the Orient in the Uni-
versity Museum of Anthropology, has
just completed arranging a display
of tools used by Chinese artists,
which is on exhibition on the fourth
floor of the Anthropology Museum.
One part of the display case is
arranged as a Chinese artist would
arrange his desk before starting a
picture. To the artist's left there are
paper weights, a letter opener, and
an inlaid cover for the ink palette.
In the front are displayed two
vases for water used for the ink and
a small pot for cleaning the brush.
To the artist's right is a stick of
Chinese ink, a mixture of pine-soot
and glue, which is prepared for use
by grinding the end of the stick in
water on the ink palette. Palettes
used by the Chinese are commonly
made of stone or pottery, but the one
on exhibition is lacquer of the Eigh-
Also on the artist's right is a brush
holder and a brush, placed beside a
handsomely-carved bamboo arm rest.
In another section of the case a
Chinese porcelain palette is dis-
played, showing the three most com-
mon pigments used in drawing, writ-
ing, and painting. A porcelain water
bowl, used by the painter, provides
both clean water and compartments
for washing brushes. beside this
water bowl, there is a display of pig-
ments in the form in which they are
sold by the merchants.
Every painting has on it the seal
of its artist. As a matter of fact, the
seal is a definite part of the picture,
according to Mr. Marsh, and for this
reason he has an interesting display
of seals. These seals are usually
carved of stone, and a seal impres-
sion is made by the painter or callig-
rapher as a final authentication of
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