The Arts and Education Council builds appreciation, participation and assist for arts and humanities education by means of the St. Louis neighborhood. We have experts in museum learning who have served as consultants to MoMA and the Tate Museums, MacArthur Prize recipients, philosophers who research the connection between art and understanding, media students who double as TELEVISION producers, and a performing musician who research group studying.
As the one not-for-profit college for the arts in Lower Manhattan, it strives to serve as group middle for the neighborhood: a protected place the place college students, parents, youngsters and neighbors share creative experiences, the place kids play and develop together, the place these with the challenge of disabilities discover a place to shine.
Shari Tishman, a lecturer in the AIE program, a senior analysis affiliate at Harvard Undertaking Zero, and an advisory to many AIE students through the years, expects her book on Gradual Looking: The Artwork and Practice of Learning Through Commentary to be launched by Routledge in November of 2017.
With former Harvard Academic Evaluation board member Laura Edwards he co-edited a particular HER arts-schooling issue, Expanding Our Vision for the Arts in Schooling (Cambridge, Mass: Harvard Training Publishing Group, 2013), that featured work by AIE grads Rubén A. Gaztambide-Fernández, Ed.M.’02; Marit Dewhurst, Ed.M.’03; Lauren M. Jobson-Ahmed, Nicholas Monzi, and Sara Straubel, all Ed.M.’thirteen; AIE college director Steve Seidel; and AIE program administrator Scott Ruescher.
This collaboration not only facilitates the potential for vigorous and enriching inter-disciplinary alternate throughout a variety of disciplines, but also serves to provide an necessary focus for analysis in the space of the Arts in Education in wider society.