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For Immediate Release
November 19, 2010
(Philadelphia, PA) Brad Rosenau, a student in Moore’s MA in Art Education program, is the 2010 recipient of the Outstanding Teaching Award from the Pennylvania State College of Education Alumni.
He was presented with the award at the College’s Alumni Society Awards Banquet on October 16, 2010.
Rosenau, of Souderton, Pa, graduated from Penn State with a bachelor’s of science and a master’s degree in vocational industrial education in 1985. He is an Adobe certified associate educator in visual communication using Photoshop and is also pursuing a master’s in Art Education with an emphasis in special…
Graduate Program Lecture Series presents: Conversation with Liam Gillick and Dennis Scholl, presented by the Graduate Studies Program in collaboration with The Galleries at Moore.
About the participants:
Liam Gillick graduated from Goldsmiths College in 1987. In 1989 he mounted his first solo gallery exhibition, 84 Diagrams, at the former Karsten Schubert Limited, in London and has since exhibited in galleries and institutions in Europe and the United States, many of which have been collaborative projects with other artists, architects, designers and writers. He currently works between New York and London, is represented by Casey Kaplan gallery and is…
The Graduate Program in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations will present 2010’s day-long symposium with Keynote Speaker Peter Geisser exploring the best teaching and learning practices for children with special needs. Mr. Geisser begins the day with an address followed by questions and discussion.
Peter Geisser retired in 2003 after over 30 years as art teacher at the Rhode Island School for the Deaf. He was a Continuing Education Professor at the Rhode Island School of Design. He developed an Art/Art History Program that received worldwide recognition and was described in School…