Category Archives: Teens

High School Enrichment During The School Breaks

During the public school midwinter recess, The School Art League brought a bright and dedicated group of teens from across the city join museum educators from the Rubin Museum of Art for a deep exploration of the relationship between art, … Continue reading

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Education Center Displays!

In the Education Center, we have many opportunities to display the fine work produced by our programs and students! There are magnetic walls in each room and six cases as you enter the center. In our latest installment of student … Continue reading

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Week-in-Review: December 10 – 16, 2011

What an incredible week full of culminating experiences! I was so privileged to experience the amazing work of graduate Art Educators from Queens College on our stage this past Saturday. This marked the end of a semester where the students … Continue reading

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Week-in-Review: December 3-9, 2011

December in New York City is a whirlwind of end-of-year events and experiences. Everything seems to be happening all at once, and it’s easy to skip some of the simple joys of living and working in such a grand city. … Continue reading

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Week-in-Review: November 12 – 18, 2011

We celebrated our Gala this week with a packed house. An awesome group from the Visitor Experience Team was on hand to welcome guests and explore art. I especially loved the mudra projections on the spiral staircase. The Teens had … Continue reading

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Week-in-Review: October 22–28

One of the most awesome things about Facebook is that sometimes a small comment about a play, gallery, or band can spark your interest in a something you’ve never thought about. Last night my friend Bart (who coincidently visited the … Continue reading

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Week-in-Review: October 15–21

As I mentioned in an earlier post this week, I attended the 2011 Association of Science & Technology Centers Conference in Baltimore. Aside from shopping for a great microscope to use for an upcoming exhibition, I participated in interesting session … Continue reading

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The Dwight School at the Rubin Museum of Art

On Monday, September 26th, we were very excited to host seventy high school freshmen from the Dwight School, who joined us for our first 3-D Mandala art workshop in our new, state-of-the-art Education Center. During these 60-minute, interactive art-making experiences … Continue reading

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Week-in-Review September 17-23, 2011

This week I learned that the Epic of King Gesar is said to be over 15 million words long. This has been one epic week for Education, but I promise to keep my review to under 2 million words or … Continue reading

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Week-in-Review: September 10 – 16, 2011

In an effort to showcase the amazing and interesting things that happen in Education over the course of a week, I’m starting a new blog Week-in-Review column. Our week starts on a Saturday with Family Art Labs.This week families worked … Continue reading

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