September 17, 2015
Dr. Lisa Kay, an assistant professor in the Department of Art Education and Community Arts Practices, has been awarded the 2015 PAEA Outstanding Special Needs Art Educator Award by the Pennsylvania Art Education Association. This award recognizes Dr. Kay's exemplary contributions, achievments, and service to art education as the innovative leader of Temple University's Special Education program, as well as honors her work as a dedicated, compassionate art therapist.
May 23, 2014
Dr. Lisa Kay, an assistant professor in the Department of Art Education and Community Arts Practices, has been honored with the Mary J. Rouse Award.
"Seeing my name added to the list of the previous award recipients, who have shaped the field of Art Education, is an incredible tribute," Dr. Kay said. "I am humbled."
The award is given by the National Art Education Association Women's Caucus. Its purpose is to recognize the work of a professional who has shown potential to make significant contributions in the art education profession.
"Receiving this award supports my previous research efforts with art education and students at-risk, challenges me to continue my work with adolescent girls with adverse childhood experiences and involves the development of a transformational trauma-informed art curriculum for art teachers who work with troubled students," Dr. Kay said.
December 5, 2013
Author: Rashida Ng
Moto Designshop, the architecture studio of Assistant Professor Eric Oskey, Adam Montalbano, and Roman Torres, has been selected to design new, permanent housing and display for the historic Great Bell housed at Christ Church in Philadelphia, PA. The Great Bell predates the Liberty Bell by fifty years and may prove to be the earliest surviving bell in North America. Metallurgical experts have concluded that, unlike the Liberty Bell, Christ Church’s 1702 bell can be safely rung.