Over 400 artists and 50 ticket distributors can be found to offer applications in your faculties and on the many cultural venues within the surrounding area. Wendy Mages, Ed.D.’08, who took Jessica Davis’s two programs throughout the late Nineteen Nineties, in 2017 contributed an article, Drama-based Interventions and Narrative,” to The Routledge International Handbook of Early Literacy Training: A Modern Guide to Literacy Educating and Interventions in a World Context , published in New York by the Taylor & Francis Group.
In 2013, Ellen Berrahmoun, Ed.M.’01, arts training director of the Arts Council for Monterey County, California, published a guide of poems and pictures, The Secret Lifetime of the City: Road Portraits of Grace and Beauty , with Blurb Books.
Jim Daichendt, Ed.M.’03, a/okay/a G. James Daichendt, dean of arts and humanities and professor of art historical past at Point Loma Nazarene College in Southern California, has written a number of books about contemporary art, particularly street artwork, together with Kenny Scharf: In Absence of Myth (Flexibound, 2016); Shepard Fairey, Inc.: Artist/Skilled/Vandal (2013); Keep Up!: Los Angeles Street Art (Cameron, 2012); and Artist-teacher: A Philosophy for Creating and Educating (Blackwell, 2011).
It all started, though, when he edited 20UNDER40: Re-inventing the humanities and arts schooling for the twenty first century (Bloomington, IN: Creator Home; 2010), a quantity that features contributions by AIE graduates Danielle LaSenna, Ed.M.’07, and Eric Oberstein, Ed.M.’10.
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