Community Lecture Series: Creatively Reusing Materials to Engage Participation, Friday, October 20

Join SVA MPS Art Therapy for the first Community Lecture Series of the Fall 2017 Semester!

Friday, October 20, 2017, 6:30-8pm

133 West 21st Street, Room 101C

Free and open to the public

CEC’s available to ATR-BCs

Creatively Reusing Materials to Engage Participation

Presenter: John Kaiser, MA, Director of Education, Materials for the Arts, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs

John Cloud Kaiser’s work reminds you that you are an artist.  Through his position as Education Director at Materials for the Arts, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, and his work with his art group Free Style Arts Association, he has been doing participation-based art in the museums, streets, and schools of New York City since 2000, appearing everywhere from P.S 1 MoMA, to the NYC Parks Department, to the New York Times.  The emphasis of his work is on giving people a creative participatory experience with an art piece while at the same time creating an incredibly dynamic work of art.

John Kaiser graduated from NYU with an MA in Art Education and has worked as a teaching artist and curator since 2003 organizing hundreds of Contemporary Art projects at New York and New Jersey public schools.  He teaches art teachers through professional development programs, advises schools, and lectures on his education approaches at conferences.  Some examples of his artwork can be found here:

Lecture learning outcome objectives:

Attendees will learn the value of reusing free materials in their practice and learn about many examples of reuse projects.

Attendees will learn how and where to access free reusable art supplies.

Attendees will learn techniques for reuse art making and instruction.

Register online today!

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