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Steven Berlin Johnson: Instead of building cathedrals in learning, we need to learn to build cathedrals  ☆

The anticipation for Steven Berlin Johnson’s closing keynote address was palpable. The celebrated author and Columbia alumnus was about to wrap-up a day and a half of activities, which included experiential workshops, a panel discussion about creativity, intimate midday artistic salons and a lot of conversation in the TC hallways about how to effectively foster …

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Creativity and Collaboration: Nick Sousanis on Comics and Classrooms 


Reposted from Arts & Humanities. Written by alex.

On Friday afternoon, comics artist and TC doctoral student, Nick Sousanis, stood in front of a room of educators, art-educators, and artists, and conducted a discussion of the aesthetic, philosophical, and pedagogical elements that go into creating his comics. His images reject simple illustration, instead searching for ways to “use visual metaphor in a narrative …

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Creative Haftecks: How would you define Creativity?  ☆

A post about the creativity salon hosted by Dr. Lori Custodero and Claire and Lucie Hafteck, which took place as part of the Creativity, Imagination, and Innovation Symposium, Friday, April 29, 2011.

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Creating Worlds with Photomontage 

First live blog from Thursday evening! And our Friday morning seminar is getting started!


Reposted from Arts & Humanities. Written by Amy Wolf.

Thursday, April 28, 2011…blogging live from the Creativity, Imagination + Innovation Symposium. I’ve just left the “Creating Worlds with Photomontage” experiential workshop, led by Assistant Professor of Art Education Olga Hubard.  Amazing session—100% hands on. Attendees walked into the classroom and were greeted by a table covered with glossy, evocative clippings from magazines.  Some clippings …

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