Lecture Series

Answered: Burning Questions About a Career in Art Therapy

Interested in a career in Art Therapy? Denise Wolf, ATR-BC, LPC of Drexel University is visiting Tyler to answer your questions!

Her lecture, 'Answered: Burning Questions About a Career in Art Therapy', will be held on Tuesday, March 7th from 1:45PM - 2:45PM in Room B086.

  • Date & Time

    2017-03-07 1:45pm to 2:45pm
  • Location

    Tyler School of Art, Room B086

What Children's Art Reveals: A Child Art Therapy Primer for the Art Classroom

What Children's Artwork Reveals: A Child Art Therapy Primer for the Art Classroom

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017 // 1:45 - 2:45PM // Room B86

This lecture will be presented by Kathryn Snyder, ATR-BC, LPC, Director of Parent to Child Therapy Associates and Spark School-Based Art Therapy.

The Art of Recovery: An Exhibit of Work by Women in Recovery from Eating Disorders

On Tuesday, February 21st, 2017, the Renfrew Center Foundation is bringing an exhibition of work by women recovering from eating disorders to the Tyler School of Art Atrium. Presentations will be given by Sondra Rosenberg, ATR-BC and a Renfrew Center alumna from 2PM - 3PM, and 3PM - 4PM. A light reception will follow their presentations.

The Artist-Educator: Maintaining Your Art Practice

Join Tyler alums Marie Elcin (MEd '12) & Robyn Miller ('80) for a panel presentation on maintaining your own artistic practice as an artist-educator. A brief reception will follow the panel. All are welcome!

MONDAY, APRIL 4TH

4:30 - 5:30PM

Reception: 5:30 - 6PM

ROOM B86, Tyler School of Art

Philosophy of Education, Imagination, and Art Teaching: Implications for Practice

Tyler's Art Education and Community Arts Practices Department is headed to the 2016 National Art Education Association conference in Chicago! A number of professors and students will be presenting, including Dr. Jo-Anna Moore.

Dr. Jo-Anna Moore (Associate Professor Emeritus in Art Education at Tyler School of Art) and Dr. Seymour Simmons (from Winthrop University) will co-present a lecture/discussion session titled: "Philosophy of Education, Imagination, and Art Teaching: Implications for Practice" on Friday, March 18, 2016 from 5-5:50 at the National Art Education Association Conference in Chicago, IL.  The program explores what philosophers of education can teach K-12 art teachers. The great education Philosophers Israel Scheffler and Maxine Greene, both of whom passed away in 2014, celebrated imagination, emotion, and aesthetics in schooling throughout their writings. This interactive session will share a wealth of ideas to help teachers review their purposes and help them clarify and strengthen their beliefs in a challenging time when the arts are often marginalized in schools.

Lead, Inspire, Hope: A Trauma-informed Art Education

Tyler's Art Education and Community Arts Practices Department is headed to the 2016 National Art Education Association conference in Chicago! A number of professors and students will be presenting, and today we're highlighting one of the many lectures and workshops Dr. Lisa Kay will be leading.

 

Dr. Lisa Kay (Assistant Professor in Art Education) will present a lecture titled: "Lead, Inspire, Hope: A Trauma-informed Art Education" on Friday March 18, 2016 at the National Art Education Association Conference in Chicago, IL.  This presentation will discuss adolescents’ psychological/behavioral reactions to trauma; introduce five key elements of trauma-informed art education; and the basic tenets of a trauma-informed creative arts curriculum for adolescents. Art making themes, art interventions, and examples of visual and poetic narratives of inspiration and hope will be offered.  

Lead Act Transform II: Share Your Vision

Tyler's Art Education and Community Arts Practices Department is headed to the 2016 National Art Education Association conference in Chicago! A number of professors and students will be presenting, and today we're highlighting one of the many lectures and workshops Dr. Lisa Kay will be leading.

Dr. Lisa Kay (Assistant Professor in Art Education) will be on a panel titled “Lead Act Transform II: Share Your Vision” with the Women's Caucus (WC) President Dr. Sheri Klein (Professor Emeritus Art Education, University of Wisconsin), and WC members Dr. Patty Bode and Dr. Deborah Smith-Shank (Professor, Ohio State) on Friday March 18, 2016 at the National Art Education Association Conference in Chicago, IL. This interactive session with WC members and leaders will focuses on stories and visions for feminist leadership practice.

Artful Coalitions: Challenging Adverse Adolescent Girls' Experiences through Art

Tyler's Art Education and Community Arts Practices Department is headed to the 2016 National Art Education Association conference in Chicago! A number of professors and students will be presenting, and today we're highlighting one of the many lectures and workshops Dr. Lisa Kay will be leading.

 

Dr. Lisa Kay (Assistant Professor in Art Education) will present a best practice lecture titled: "Artful Coalitions: Challenging Adverse Adolescent Girls' Experiences through Art" on Friday March 18, 2016 at the National Art Education Association Conference in Chicago, IL. 

The presentation will outline ways to lead students in the development of a stronger sense of self, voice, and agency through art. This session will share stories, strategies, frustrations, and successes of an artful coalition in a private academic school with a residential program among three individuals – an art teacher, art therapist, and an art therapist/art educator/ researcher – and adolescent girls who were working to develop resilience and a greater sense of self through art making and creative writing.

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