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Career Panel and Education Career Fair this Wednesday 

CAREERS IN ARTS ADMINISTRATION AND EDUCATION PANEL Wednesday March 6, 2013 12:30 pm- 1:30 pm Columbia University, Lerner Hall, Room 555 Come hear from alumni and guest panelists working in arts administration and/or education about the roles they perform, how their degrees prepared them for their roles and working within their organizations. Don't forget to …

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Educator Conference at Whitney Museum 

Educator Conference at Whitney Museum Saturday, April 2 8:30 am–12:30 pm Art, Social Studies, and English Language Arts teachers from middle and high schools are invited to register for our first Educator Conference. Organized in conjunction with the exhibition Glenn Ligon: AMERICA, this half-day conference will focus on the role of …

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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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Creativity, Imagination and Innovation in Education Symposium  ☆

With a philosophy firmly rooted in the belief that creativity is essential in all disciplines and knowledge-oriented societies, The Department of Arts and Humanities will host the Creativity, Imagination and Innovation in Education Symposium this April 28th and 29th at Teachers College. Aimed at both practitioners and scholars, the symposium will explore these concepts in …

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Universality and a Liberal Arts Education 

In a recent post in the New York Times Opinion blog, Stanley Fish couched an impassioned case for classical, liberal arts education within a review of three recent books on the state of American education (“The Core” by Leigh Bortins; “Not For Profit” by Martha Nussbaum; and “The Death and Life of the Great …

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