The next version of our new quarterly newsletter Creative Impression can be available quickly. Arts Access in U.S. Schools (2009-10 FRSS): Arts Education in Public Elementary and Secondary Faculties: 1999-2000 and 2009-10, launched by the U.S. Division of Education and its Institute of Education Sciences (IES), stories on knowledge collected on scholar entry to arts training and the assets out there for such instruction.
Since publishing Awe with Wave Books the year she graduated from the AIE program, Dorothea Dottie” Lasky, Ed.M.’07, has published a new collection each two or three years, including two more with Wave ( Black Life in 2010 and Thunderbird in 2012) and Rome: Poems with Norton in 2014.
Jim Daichendt, Ed.M.’03, a/ok/a G. James Daichendt, dean of arts and humanities and professor of art history at Point Loma Nazarene University in Southern California, has written a lot of books about modern artwork, especially street artwork, together with Kenny Scharf: In Absence of Fable (Flexibound, 2016); Shepard Fairey, Inc.: Artist/Professional/Vandal (2013); Keep Up!: Los Angeles Road Artwork (Cameron, 2012); and Artist-teacher: A Philosophy for Creating and Instructing (Blackwell, 2011).
Diana Norma Szokolyai, Ed.M.’09, the chief inventive director of the Cambridge Writers’ Workshop, has revealed two chapbooks of poems in recent years, Roses within the Snow (poems and images) (Boston: Imaginary Cottage Press, 2008) and Parallel Sparrows (Georgetown, Kentucky: Ending Line Press, 2012).
Shari Tishman, a lecturer within the AIE program, a senior analysis affiliate at Harvard Project Zero, and an advisory to many AIE students through the years, expects her e-book on Sluggish Trying: The Artwork and Apply of Learning By Statement to be released by Routledge in November of 2017.