B. Stephen Carpenter II, Ida Ely Rubin Artist in Residence at the MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST), and Lawrence Susskind, Ford Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning, will combine art, science and social practice to demonstrate how to enhance practices and possibilities for sustainability through socially engaged art and education. During the […]
“For us, art education is about social engagement. The light bulb goes off and they [students] say I might be able to respond in a really simple way that might have a large impact.” Read the full School of Visual Arts press release here.
“At Penn State, artists and educators explore the ways in which the arts can have a global impact beyond gallery walls.”
On Friday November 11, 2016, members of Potters Water Action Group and Reservoir Studio visited New Castle High School (New Castle, PA) to conduct a water filter presentation and demonstration. Art teacher Raquel Flora and PWAG member/art teacher Cynthia Blackwell coordinated the event. The presentation took place in the auditorium supported by slides and a […]