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Chelsea Puglese

Chelsea Puglese

UArts PIE + MEd congratulates Chelsea Puglese, who earned her MEd in Educational Program Design, UArts in 2017. Chelsea is a K-6 art teacher with Abington School District, where she has taught for the past seven years. She has activated her Master's thesis, An Assessment-Based Elementary Art Curriculum, in her classroom, incorporating assessment methods she designed for her students while in the MEd program, with a focus on student self-assessment.

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Call for Submissions for the Dotphotozine Award for Excellence in Photography

Award for Excellence in Photography

Award for Excellence in Photography

Hey photographers! Dotphotozine is seeking submissions for the 2017 Dotphotozine Award for Excellence in Photography. The winning entry receives a $1,000 cash prize and a four-page spread in the analog and digital editions to be released in September 2017.


Click here for more info.


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Around Town

Rev Theatre Company

Rev Theatre Company

Midsummer Night's Dream

REV Theatre Company

Photo by Sam Nagel

It’s time to get outside for some adventuretime cultural activities! One of my favorite summer pastimes is outdoor Shakespeare -- and this month Philadelphia is bursting with the bard. From UARTS own Rosey Hay’s REV Theater Company’s production of Hamlet in...a cemetery to Coriolanus in Clark Park.


REV’s Hamlet production will take place amongst the tombstones in Laurel Hill Cemetery, and picnics are encouraged with performances Friday, July 7; Saturday, July 8; Friday, July 14 and Saturday, July 15 at 8:00pm. This week you can catch The Word Players Theatre Co and their production of Midsummer Night’s Dream at Liberty Lands Park.


Hamlet:

A skull, a poisoned sword, a villainous uncle/King, a funeral (or a wedding?), a devoted friend, a drowned girl, and - “To be or not to be,” of course. And when a ghost appears, our iconic hero Hamlet is faced with a dreadful quandary in Shakespeare’s most famous play of love, loss and revenge.

Presented by New York-based REV Theatre Company, this contemporary, opulent production will be ‘revved up’ emphasizing the fusion of Shakespeare’s language and REV’s dynamic physicality, reflecting the intense emotional life of the play. Another of REV Theatre’s trademarks is the active involvement of the audiences in their outdoor productions (just as it was in Elizabethan playhouses) as witnesses to and participants in the events giving the play’s action great immediacy and excitement.


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In The Spotlight

Literally Stories

Literally Stories

Aaron Kaplan, a student in Michael Aronovitz’s Short Story Writing, had his work published in Literally Stories in May. Aaron brought the story, titled "Two is the Loneliest Number", to the Continuing Education workshop and now you can read it here!


 

 
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CE Summer 2017 Happy Hour

Continuing Education

Continuing Education

Come to meet your classmates or to learn more about our programs! Join us for our semester kick-off happy hour at Tavern on Broad - the first round is on us!


4-6pm. No RSVP required.


Tavern on Broad

200 S. Broad St.

Philadelphia, PA 19102


Twitter: @UArtsCE
Facebook: Continuing Education at the University of the Arts

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PIE + MEd Instructor Chris Sweeney Presents at the Connectivity Arts Integration and STEAM Online Conference

PIE + MEd instructor and artist Chris Sweeney will be presenting at the Connectivity Arts Integration & STEAM Online Conference on July 20th, in a session titled 3D Printing in the Secondary Design Classroom. The conference, provided by the EducationCloset, is a great opportunity to gain clarity around integrating the arts, develop successful STEAM lessons, and learn how to create exciting makerspaces for your students, all while earning your professional development hours.


Click HERE for more information on Chris’s session and other exciting presentations.

You can catch Chris at the UArts ArtsWeek teaching 3D Printing in the K-12 Classroom. Click HERE to register.


 

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