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Arts Administration launches its new website 

This week the Program in Arts Administration launched its new website, designed by second-year student Vassiliki Giannopoulos.  The new site is available at  Please take a look!

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Art Cart Gets Legs 

Betty Blayton, an artist in the Columbia University program Art Cart: Saving the Legacy, describes her artistic process, as “painting something that is a future knowing.” When Professor Joan Jeffri dreamed up her idea to create a course at Teachers College that paired aging professional artists with teams of graduate student fellows to document and …

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“You Need to be an Arts Advocate” – SAA Wins Video Contest 

In conjunction with their 50th Anniversary, Americans for the Arts invited arts advocates to participate in a video contest in which contestants would express their answer to the question, “Why do the arts matter?” Of the many inspirational and creative submissions, TC’s own Student Advocates for the Arts has been honored as the winners of …

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“Movers and Makers” Talent Showcase this Wednesday! 

“Movers and Makers” The SAA is proud to present “Movers and Makers,” a talent showcase that will feature visual and performing art. After all, the SAA advocates for the arts because they not only celebrate art, but create it as well. This is a chance for students and alums to showcase their talent and share …

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Art Cart Star: Eva Deutsch Costabel 

“Art Cart: Saving the Legacy,” Teachers College Professor Joan Jeffri’s class, pairs students with older artists in an effort to preserve and document their work.

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Faculty in the Press: Joan Jeffri  ☆

Joan Jeffri, the director of the Arts Administration Program here at Teachers College, was recently quoted throughout a fascinating article by Time Magazine on the role that banks play in the contemportary-art world. Jeffri, in addition to the Arts Administration Program, is also the director of the Research Center of Arts and Culture which she …

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Steven Dubin: A Busy Summer of Arts  ☆

Some people make regular trips to New York City every year. Others go camping or to popular tourist locations. Steven Dubin, Professor of Arts Administration, makes annual trips to South Africa, where he spent ten weeks this past summer.

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