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ARCHIVES : MUSIC, ART & DANCE : 2011

MAY/JUNE 2011

THE ARTS IN EDUCATION
The Frick Invites Students into Gilded Age
By Sybil Maimin
“All kids collect things,” explains Jennie Coyne, who runs school and student programs at The Frick Collection....READ MORE

THE ARTS IN EDUCATION
Eric Whitacre & the Advent of the Virtual Choir
By Joan Baum, Ph.D
ED, an acronym for Technology, Entertainment, Design, a nonprofit that started in 1984 as a conference about “ideas worth spreading” and has broadened its mission beyond running conferences....READ MORE

THE ARTS IN EDUCATION
Arts in Education Programs Reach Far & Wide at Brooklyn Arts Council
By Carol Sterling
Brooklyn Arts Council’s Arts in Education program has over a 25-year track record of providing arts education programs for people of all ages, in particular at-risk youth...READ MORE

THE ARTS IN EDUCATION
Music, Madness and Medicine

By Lloyd Sederer, M.D.
Imagine if your psychiatrist played concert piano, including the works of Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Schumann, Gershwin and Mozart?...READ MORE

THE ARTS IN EDUCATION
Music for the Homeless & Imprisoned

By Joan Baum, Ph.D.
Although her resume boasts violin and viola performances at Carnegie Hall and recitals with famous chamber music groups and renowned soloists, among them Pinchas Zukerman and Arnold Steinhardt, not to mention numerous awards and international prizes, Helena Baillie doesn't readily refer to these achievements when she speaks of her "outreach" work, some of it in places most musicians rarely go: prisons and soup kitchens....READ MORE

THE ARTS IN EDUCATION
News at the College of Staten Island:

Art Project Helps English Learners
By Sybil Maimin
How do you teach English-language writing and speaking skills to college-bound immigrants, ages 17 to 55, who began life in diverse countries speaking a multitude of languages?....READ MORE

THE ARTS IN EDUCATION
Magician Inspires Students to Learn Through Illusion

By Joan Baum, Ph.D.
Allan Kronzek lets no grass grow under his feet. And even if he did, he would figure out a way so that you’d never see it....READ MORE

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2011

Professor Joachim Pissarro’s Art
By Dr. Pola Rosen
Professor Pissarro is a distinctive authority of art at Hunter College....READ MORE

Artist Wendi Mahoney Follows Her Passion in Nashville
By Joan Baum, Ph.D.
Although the expression is “follow your dream,” for Wendi Strauch Mahoney, a representational oil painter, the operative noun would more likely be “passion."...READ MORE

The Art World Today: Digital Art Makes Inroads
By Sybil Maimin
Just prop your iPad up on an easel or sit in front of your Mac and you can become an artist....READ MORE

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