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Meet the Director: Liza Herzog

Liza Herzog on Vimeo

Liza Herzog on Vimeo

Meet Liza Herzog, the Director of the Professional Institute for Educators + MEd program.

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PIE Faculty Christopher Darway's Solo Exhibition on View at Hunterdon Art Museum

PIE faculty Christopher Darway's work will be on display at the Hunterdon Art Museum in Clinton, NJ from September 17 to November 12 in a solo exhibition titled "Sculpural Jewelry". Christopher employs the design and engineering of tiny and not so tiny objects while he transforms materials through methods of forming and shaping. "Sculptural Jewelry" includes some of Christopher's well-known pieces, including his Wooden Ball Necklace, alongside his new Mechanical Brooch, which was created for this show.
 

Christopher will be at the Museum for an opening reception and artist talk on September 17. Come see his amazing sculptural jewelry and learn about his craft.

Christopher Darway
Christopher Darway: Sculptural Jewelry
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UArts ArtsWeek Final Exhibition

A huge thank you and congratulations to all the participants of last week's UArts ArtsWeek!  We all enjoyed a fabulous week of working in the studio, taking trips to area collections, and attending special events including an artist talk & book signing by Ennis Carter, a Keynote by Ben Volta, and closing exhibition. Here are some of the highlights.

    • UArts ArtsWeek 2017
    • Comics and Graphic Novels
    • ArtsWeek Students
    • WPA Posters
    • Landscape Painting at Independence Seaport Museum
    • Landscape Painting
    • Nonfiction Filmmaking
    • Photograms on Sunpaper
    • Ceramics: Glazing
    • 3-D Printing
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In The Spotlight

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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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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Reduced Tuition for Summer 2014 TPS Courses

Funded by a grant from the Library of Congress, the Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) program at the University of the Arts creates professional development opportunities for K-12 educators in the greater-Philadelphia area that focus on teaching with primary sources in an arts context to enhance cross-curricular areas in all grade levels.


Due to the generous support support of the Library, summer 2014 courses are being offered at reduced tuition. Course offerings include:



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UArts at the NAEA Convention! Booth #2327

The NAEA Convention is just around the Corner – be sure to visit with the University of the Arts at Booth # 2327 – We look forward to saying hello in NYC!

The National Art Education Association (NAEA) National Convention | March 1 – 4 in NYC

Emerging Perspectives:  Connecting Teaching, Learning and Research
Join thousands of colleagues from around the world for this exploration of visual arts education. Choose from over 1,000 opportunities for professional growth and engage in diverse and dynamic sessions exploring the shared vision of visual arts education through teaching, learning and research; and apply this knowledge in the classroom immediately. Discover new perspectives with inspiring keynotes, hands-on workshops, tours, sessions and events with visual arts education professionals.

And check out these sessions at the Convention, featuring UArts faculty, staff and graduate student presentations:

Thursday, March 1:

2:00 – 2:50 pm
Learn How to Adapt Tools, Materials and Curriculum for the Inclusive Art Classroom
Rande Blank

Friday, March 2:  

10:30 – 10:55 am
Portfolio Prep: How and Why It Should be Incorporated into the Classroom
Heather Jo Wingate + Kathleen Brown

1:00 – 1:50 pm
Designing Innovative and Engaging Yearlong Curriculums for Secondary Students
Rande Blank, Bridget Kavanagh, Margot Livingston + Sarah Strickland

2:00 – 2:50 pm
Making the Mundane Marvelous: Street Art, Eco Art, Folk Art, Environmental Art and Green Art
Barbara Suplee

Saturday March 3:  

10:00 – 10:50 am
Classroom Art Teachers and the Reality of K-12 Art Rooms: Partners in UArts’ Preservice Program
Rande Blank, Maria Lengauer, Maria Pandolfi + Barbara Suplee

Sunday March 4:

10:00 – 10:50 am
Examining Murals as Socio-Political Mechanism and Aesthetic Movement Across Two Cultures: South Africa and Philadelphia
Erin Elman, Gleny Beach + Lynn Flieger Countryman

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