Symposium 2013: Issues in Glass Pedagogy, Dec 6-7

A unique opportunity for glass department heads, faculty members, instructors, and students to discuss with their peers the changing fine-art landscape in academia, best practices in the lecture hall and studio, as well as practical issues.

Designed for professors at degree-granting institutions but open to all glass educators, two days of provocative presentations and formal and informal idea exchange will take place at the center of the New York City artworld, with frequent opportunties to network and visit downtown galleries.ISSUES IN GLASS PEDAGOGY" The Robert M. Minkoff Foundation Academic Symposium December 6 - 7, 2013 Brooklyn, New York.

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