Conspiracy Theories at the “Normal” School | Laura Reeder

Art and human development students at Massachusetts College of Art & Design (MassArt), 2013 When I am not on the road engaged in professional development with teachers and teaching artists, I am at a state-funded art school in Boston, Massachusetts working with graduate and undergraduate students who aspire to careers as artists who teach. Our […]

This is Hard | Angela Gallo

Of all of the courses that I teach, Dance Composition II has always been a class where, year after year, profound things occur. This course focuses on different forms of group choreography with an emphasis on the students creativity, movement invention and performance quality.  At my institution this class takes place in the fall of […]

Cultural Lenses

There are those wonderful opportunities in an educator’s life that are worth sharing, and this is one of those times. While teaching at Missouri State University, I have been on many diversity committees and have promoted diversity on campus. Last spring, while in a committee meeting I mentioned to Dr. Chantal Levesque-Bristol, Director of the […]