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July 24, 2020

Faculty Renee Jackson Publishes Article in Canadian Art Teacher Journal

Author: Zachary Vickers

Tyler's Assistant Professor and Program Head of Art Education, Renee Jackson has recently published the article, "Chance Encounters as a Generative Mechanism in Art, Teaching and Research," in Volume 17, No. 1 of Canadian Art Teacher, published by the Canadian Society for Education through Art. The article, co-authored by Jackson and nine Tyler graduate students, is a celebration of the chance encounter as a valuable source of inspiration and knowledge making. It tells the story, from conception to aftermath, of the Palimpsest Portrait Project—an arts-based research project that both emerged from such an encounter and begat further such encounters during Tyler's Contemporary Issues in Art Education class in 2017. Read More

May 29, 2020

Art Education and Community Arts Practices Good News!

Author: tul09319

OUR GOOD NEWS! As the Spring 2020 semester reaches an end, Tyler AECAP perseveres triumphantly. There have been many obstacles thrown our way, but through it all we still have taken time to proudly and joyfully reflect on our graduating seniors’ and MEds’ achievements. Receiving honors and awards, obtaining certifications, starting new jobs, submitting theses and getting accepted to graduate school are just some of these achievements.    Read More

April 27, 2020

Meet Tyler’s Virtual Celebration Speaker: Jordan Bertok (BA ‘20)

Author: tuf83247

Jordan Bertok, a member of the Tyler School of Art and Architecture’s Class of 2020 and soon-to-be recipient of a BA in Art Therapy and Minor in Art History, will address her class as Tyler’s student speaker as part of Temple University’s virtual celebration.  You can watch Bertok’s speech here. Bertok “met up” with a recent Tyler graduate, Princeton Cangé (BFA ‘19, Sculpture), on Zoom for a Q&A, which you can read below:   Princeton Cangé: Why did you come to Tyler? Was it your first choice? Read More

May 15, 2019

Tyler Art Education Hosts Safe Spaces Workshop for Student Teachers and Philadelphia Art Teacher's Alliance

Author: Michael Smaczylo

On Saturday, March 27, 2019, Dr. Lisa Kay, Chair of the Art Education and Community Arts Practices Department, hosted student teachers as well as art educators from the Philadelphia Art Teacher's Alliance at workshop about creating safe spaces for students. Attendees explored and experimented with the idea of safe space and learned practical strategies for weaving related theories and concepts into both art and teaching practice.   Read More

May 15, 2019

Student Teachers Attend Workshop with Christina Lukac, Adaptive Arts Educator

Author: Michael Smaczylo

On Saturday April 6, 2019, Student Teachers attended a workshop with Christina Lukac, Adaptive Arts Educator at Olney Charter High School, titled "Art Making Strategies for Individuals in the Life Skills & Autism Support Classroom". The workshop focused on strategies for teaching art in a wide range of settings for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities.  Christina Lukac is an artist and educator who has worked with a wide range of individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities in the non-profit and general education setting. She presented her research at the 2017 International Conference on Disability Studies, Art, and Education in Helsinki, Finland. Christina holds BFA with Art Education Concentration from Tyler Scool of Art and a Masters degree in Art Education with a Focus on Special Populations from Moore College of Art and Design.  Read More

May 14, 2019

In Light & Color: A Workshop by Carol Saylor

Author: Michael Smaczylo

On Saturday March 23, 2019, Carol Saylor, Tyler/Temple BFA Painting, BS in Education, will shared her memoir and facilitated a Ceramics workshop. Originally a painter, Saylor gradually turned to sculpture during about 25 years of progressive deafness and blindness.   Read More

March 28, 2019

Summer Course - Rule Breakers and Makers: Artist, Identity, Society

Author: Michael Smaczylo

Rule Breakers and Makers: Artist, Identity, Society How does society shape and influence artists? How do artists find their individual voices and make an impact? Explore your own creative vision as you take inspiration from artists in the collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art in this two-week long collaboration with Art Education, Tyler School of Art and Architecture. Structured looking, responding, and connecting led by Art Museum Educators builds a foundation for intensive studio practice exploring a variety of materials and media.    SCHEDULE July 22 - August 2   Monday through Friday   9:30am-1:30pm Course taught by  Carol Royer, Tyler Art Education Faculty member and PMA educators and curators. Sessions include in-depth and behind-the-scenes explorations of original works of art Read More

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