Exhibition on view Friday, Feb.7-Saturday, Feb. 15 in the Fox 3 gallery
Posted 02.06.14 by Drew Lundholm
The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) candidates exhibit a new body of work that encompasses the concept of A/R/T. A/R/T is part of a research process known as a/r/tography. The letters A/R/T represent the process of exploration students in the MAT program undergo in the graduate year of the program, including representing artist identity, expanding the concept of research, and learning how to use and art and research to perform their teaching as an artistic practice. Through these relationships students find ways of developing their pedagogy through a deeper understanding of what it means to know, make, and teach art. Each of the works in the show embodied these concepts for students as emerging educators whether it was directly derived from pedagogical or artistic theory and/or practice. The exhibition will be on display from Friday, Feb. 7 through Saturday, Feb. 15 in the Fox 3 Gallery (1303 W. Mount Royal Ave.). A reception will be held Friday, Feb. 7 from 5-7 p.m.
Gallery Hours: Monday through Friday 10am–5pm and 12pm–5pm on Sundays. Closed for major holidays.