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What's Your LandscapeOffit Gallery, Summer 2018Art Lies in the fine choice. The artist does not teach us to see facts: he teaches us to feel harmonies.-Arthur Wesley DowOverviewComposing A City developed from the simple task of finding a theme amongst three different collections, Federico Castellon, Ziegfel...
March - April 2015 Exhibition: Learning SpacesLearning, as all experience, always takes place in the context of a physical environment. Different spaces are conducive to different kinds of learning experiences. While human possibilities are as wide as the varieties of places we inhabit, formal learning has been traditionally confined to a limited set of narrowly ...
April 19 - May 30, 2019From Negative to Positive is an exhibition comprised of black and white film photographs shining a light on the life of Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph (CSJ) in their motherhood in Brentwood, New York. It hopes to raise awareness how CSJ fosters unity and reconciliation while continuing to accomplish their mission of education and social justice through the hands of others.The exhibitio...
Portraits of PowerFeb.19 - March. 12, 2018Portraits of Power: Presidential Portraiture from Reagan to Trump by Adam TramantanoA Presidents Day exhibits at the Gottesman Libraries!
Fall 2018 / Knowing TogetherKnowing Together is an experiment in collaborative photography and the expression of embodied experience in three-dimensional art. Rosalie Yu uses 3D capturing techniques to explore the limits of perception and memory, to reflect upon archiving practices, to transform everyday experience through rituals, and...
May 11 - 15, 2015Youth, Multiliteracies, & educational Justice (Un)Final Projects
March 1 - April 18, 2019This exhibit pictures work of Dr. Nicole Avery - a former TC student with a masters degree in education and a doctorate in art & art education.The photographs exhibit faces from the artist's community - each piece is prophetic in its own right extending the Artist's dissertation research, which denudes unwitting silencing of the black female artist by the dominant voice of society based on int...
Spring 2018 / The Art of LivingFor the Meyers Art Commission of 2017, israeli artist and design Ziv Schneider presented to us The Art of Living, an interactive exhibition in which she reimagines the course “Household Arts for Students from Other Lands” taught at Teachers College in 1923.
September 2, 2016 -- On GoingNeed to keep current, look to the past, teach a topic? The Everett Cafe features daily postings of news from around the world, and also promotes awareness of historical events from an educational context.