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Highlights from our 2015-16 programs series
2nd Annual School’s Out Teaching Artist Party. June 28, 2016
NYC Arts in Education Roundtable held a summer party and FUNdraiser! Guests enjoyed cocktails and refreshments on the terrace with friends and colleagues as we celebrated the end of another school year.
Why the Arts Can Make All the Difference for Court-Involved Youth.
TUEDAY, APRIL 7
SESSION I: 10:30 AM – 12:00 NOON
A. Designing Choice and Experience, Part I
John Holyoke, Assistant Director, Christopher Lea, Teaching Artist, Lincoln Center Education; Shula Ehrlich, Lead Game Designer, Institute of Play
What can game design tell us about experiential lesson design? Balancing limits and options is necessary to make any activity engaging and meaningful. A careful interweaving of choices and questions can drive understanding deeper. Lincoln Center Education will collaborate with the Institute of Play to construct a dynamic comparison between games and activities.
Two days of dynamic conversation about arts in education, with 34 breakout workshops and presentations and 470 attendees from 141 arts organizations and agencies.
Students from Carnegie Hall’s Count Me In program opened Face to Face 2015
Jamie Bennett, Executive Director, ArtPlace America: Creative Placemaking: Repositioning the Arts in the Community
Making art and Promoting Change: Perspectives in Community Arts Work
Petrushka Bazin Larson,