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Experiencing the Arts with the Creative Arts Laboratory  ☆

During the Creativity, Imagination, and Innovation Symposium, the Music & Music Education program's Dr. Lenore Pogonowski presented a session titled "Engaging in Multi-Disciplinary Artistic Experiences" to a diverse class. The audience, consisting of men and women who taught a variety of disciplines, seemed to not know what to expect at first, though a 5 minute …

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Michel de Montaigne’s Philosophy of Education  ☆

“Personally I go uphill more firmly and surely than down.”(Michel de Montaigne, “On Educating Children”) On the kick-off night of the Creativity, Imagination + Innovation Symposium, TC Professors David Hansen and Megan Laverty of the Philosophy and Education department hosted a workshop on the significance of Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592), one of the most influential …

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Socratic Conversation: Creativity, Imagination & Innovation 

In preparation for the Department of Arts and Humanities Creativity, Imagination, and Innovation Symposium on April 28th and 29th, the Gottesman Libraries is hosting a series of creativity events and offerings. Among them, is the Socratic Conversation: Creativity, Imagination & Innovation, happening April 21st from 4-5pm in the Gottesman Libraries second floor Salon area.

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Steven Berlin Johnson Presentation at Creativity Symposium  ☆

The Department of Arts & Humanities is pleased to announce Steven Berlin Johnson’s presentation: Mapping the future-the impact of science, technology and media in modern life happening Friday, April 29th at 4pm at TC’s Cowin Center. The event is FREE and Open to the public and is part of the Creativity, Imagination and Innovation Symposium …

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