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Art & Art Education

In the Department of Arts & Humanities

Message From Judy

Congratulations to all our graduates!

We are very proud of your accomplishments and wish you every success in the future. Please keep in touch and plan to re-visit for our alumni events so we can keep up with your news.

To all our graduates, families, and friends, please join us on Wednesday, May 18 from 11:30-1:30 in the Macy Art Gallery for light refreshments, conversation, and prosecco!  We hope to see everyone there so that we can say au revoir and offer a toast to your future successes.

Highlighting

Recommending an exciting offering for Summer B:

A&HA 5181  001  | CRN 22465 

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Lisa Jo Sagolla will be offering her seminal Arts in Education course, ideal for students already in the program and for those just entering this summer. The course explores the profound interaction between education and artistic experience. Students will explore a wide range of artistic experiences such as dance, theater, and music and their relationship to the visual arts across a diversity of formal and informal educational settings. Everyone is strongly urged to take this course as an integral part of their program Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:30-4:30pm. 

Heads up: Save the date!

In November 2014, a group of faculty and doctoral students from our program carried out a collaborative art-based research project with the Art Center of South Florida.  The project took its inspiration from the many new and rather colorful building sites around the City which led members to wonder about the effects of such physical transformations on the memories of inhabitants. Hence, RoadWork, Memories Under Construction was born.

RoadWork1/Miami will be re-constructed in the Macy Art Gallery in the form of an installation demonstrating how art practice can also be conceived as significant research inquiry. While looking back to Miami in 2014, the RoadWorks team will be looking forward to 2016, envisioning Teachers College, its community and environment, as the focus for collecting new memories under construction and moving practice-research forward.  As part of the exhibition, the team will invite faculty, students, and neighbors to engage in conversation, dialogue, and drawing as data for RoadWork 2/TC.

We invite everyone interested in art practice as research to come along to our reception on Friday, June 3, 5:00-7:00pm, to ask questions and participate in the launch of our new project.

Thanking

- Ama and Georgette for all the wonderful work they do to keep our program office running smoothly and for their endless patience and wisdom in supporting our students.

- Our Community Ceramics Group and for all the support they give to the program through their sales of pottery each fall and spring.

- Ashley Mask, our Macy Art Gallery fellow extrordinaire, who will stepping out of this role as of the fall; Brian Bulfer will be taking over as Gallery Fellow with a new team of supporters.

Keep an eye open for

We are in the process of re-designing our website and, although still a work in progress, is now up for your information. We thank Colin Brooks and Pippa Budge who have been working very hard to revise the site.  Any feedback you can offer will be gratefully received.

 

Have a wonderful summer break everyone!    

Published Monday, May. 16, 2016

Message From Judy

We are very proud of your accomplishments and wish you every success in the future. Please keep in touch and plan to re-visit for our alumni events so we can keep up with your news.

To all our graduates, families, and friends, please join us on Wednesday, May 18 from 11:30-1:30 in the Macy Art Gallery for light refreshments, conversation, and prosecco!  We hope to see everyone there so that we can say au revoir and offer a toast to your future successes.

Highlighting

Recommending an exciting offering for Summer B:

A&HA 5181  001  | CRN 22465 

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Lisa Jo Sagolla will be offering her seminal Arts in Education course, ideal for students already in the program and for those just entering this summer. The course explores the profound interaction between education and artistic experience. Students will explore a wide range of artistic experiences such as dance, theater, and music and their relationship to the visual arts across a diversity of formal and informal educational settings. Everyone is strongly urged to take this course as an integral part of their program Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:30-4:30pm. 

Heads up: Save the date!

In November 2014, a group of faculty and doctoral students from our program carried out a collaborative art-based research project with the Art Center of South Florida.  The project took its inspiration from the many new and rather colorful building sites around the City which led members to wonder about the effects of such physical transformations on the memories of inhabitants. Hence, RoadWork, Memories Under Construction was born.

RoadWork1/Miami will be re-constructed in the Macy Art Gallery in the form of an installation demonstrating how art practice can also be conceived as significant research inquiry. While looking back to Miami in 2014, the RoadWorks team will be looking forward to 2016, envisioning Teachers College, its community and environment, as the focus for collecting new memories under construction and moving practice-research forward.  As part of the exhibition, the team will invite faculty, students, and neighbors to engage in conversation, dialogue, and drawing as data for RoadWork 2/TC.

We invite everyone interested in art practice as research to come along to our reception on Friday, June 3, 5:00-7:00pm, to ask questions and participate in the launch of our new project.

Thanking

- Ama and Georgette for all the wonderful work they do to keep our program office running smoothly and for their endless patience and wisdom in supporting our students.

- Our Community Ceramics Group and for all the support they give to the program through their sales of pottery each fall and spring.

- Ashley Mask, our Macy Art Gallery fellow extrordinaire, who will stepping out of this role as of the fall; Brian Bulfer will be taking over as Gallery Fellow with a new team of supporters.

Keep an eye open for

We are in the process of re-designing our website and, although still a work in progress, is now up for your information. We thank Colin Brooks and Pippa Budge who have been working very hard to revise the site.  Any feedback you can offer will be gratefully received.

 

Have a wonderful summer break everyone!    

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