Art educators living, working or interested in Asia
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To commemorate the city of Songdo earning the position to have the UN's new office for the Green Climate Fund based out of the Upper School art students will be working with a well-known mural artist from the United States to create a mural for the city of Songdo (Incheon). Dave Loewenstein, along with his assistant, will be coming to Korea April 21-30th to paint a mural in…Continue
Posted on January 21, 2013 at 8:30pm — 2 Comments
I was notified a couple of days ago that one of my student's posters from the graphic design unit that focused upon the MYP unit of inquiry about global issues, more specifically human rights issues, has been posted on the United Nations main page found in resources under the Office for Sustainable Development.
My student and I were truly honored to get this news!
Posted on August 31, 2012 at 4:34am
Shared my 8th graders Human Rights Issue posters with the Senior Sustainability Expert at the UN. He so impressed by their artworks he going to be visiting with our students on June 14th to view the exhibition of posters and speak to the 8th graders on sustainable living.…
Posted on June 7, 2012 at 9:00am — 1 Comment
Just came back from a very enlightening workshop in Austin Texas for IB MYP 2 in Art. Came away with a possible collaboration with a students in Florida and my students.
I am now even more convinced of IB in that is protects the Arts in light of this area of study is apparently on the cutting-block for many schools due to economy issues. Art isn't an option in IB but a core and I LOVE that!
My husband took this photo for us in the Austin airport.
Posted on August 2, 2011 at 2:00am — 2 Comments