an Arts Programming lens at Stanford in Washington

MinterTom Education Dec.13.2017 0 Comments

It has been a little more than 6 years that I have had the opportunity to work with Adrienne Jamieson, the MaryLou and George Boone Centennial Director of Stanford In Washington (SIW). It is an honor to be a part of this programing initiative in support of Adrienne's vision for SIW, which insures that students are presented with diverse culture experiences. These have a cumulative impact in offering unanticipated views, and connections, into dynamics of intersectionality. That opportunity for such insights are supported by Arts Programming, is a significant guideline in SIW practice.

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Youth's take on leadership

MinterTom Education Jul.22.2016 0 Comments

I am fortunate; it is my third year with the National Portrait Gallery’s program Portraits Alive! Having the opportunity to participate in the construct of what students will be addressing this year, I sought to find the model by which to investigate their concepts of ‘civic duty and ‘social responsibility’. Students would choose sitters, whose portraits are part of the NPG collection, who best exemplified such ingredients of character and informed their definition of ‘leadership’.

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