The College of Arts Training and Movement brings collectively experience in instructing and analysis throughout the spectrum of arts schooling practices involving drama education, music education, visual arts schooling and physical training, as well as themes in creativity and imagination in schooling. Whether or not you might be considering making use of to the program or are merely interested in the roles of the arts in education, we hope this website provides you with insights and provokes your curiosity. The College of Arts and Training offers high quality and interesting programs from undergraduate and postgraduate coursework degrees to PhD level research.
Subject experience – There are many progressive arts in schooling organizations and advocacy teams in the Cambridge and Boston space For-credit internships by way of the Field Expertise Program are one cornerstone of the AIE expertise, offering fingers-on opportunities to work with local artists and youth at school and after-college settings.
When you have particular questions about AIE Program necessities, please contact program coordinator Scott Ruescher at [email protected] or 617-495-9068. Our mission is to advertise student achievement and preparation for international competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal entry.
Jim Daichendt, Ed.M.’03, a/ok/a G. James Daichendt, dean of arts and humanities and professor of art historical past at Point Loma Nazarene University in Southern California, has written plenty of books about modern art, especially street artwork, including Kenny Scharf: In Absence of Delusion (Flexibound, 2016); Shepard Fairey, Inc.: Artist/Skilled/Vandal (2013); Keep Up!: Los Angeles Avenue Art (Cameron, 2012); and Artist-teacher: A Philosophy for Creating and Instructing (Blackwell, 2011).
Caleb Neelon, Ed.M.’04, a Boston-primarily based public artist who has painted partitions everywhere in the world, co-authored WALL WRITERS: Graffiti in its Innocence , with Roger Gastman, Trina Calderon, and Chris Pape (Gingko Press, 2016); Historical past of American Graffiti , with Roger Gastman (HarperCollins, 2011); and Pump Me Up: DC Subculture of the 1980s , with Roger Gastman, Iley Brown, and Joseph Pattisal (R77, 2013).