Teaching + Learning in Art + Design (TLAD) offers graduate students a progressive and dynamic center of inquiry and practice that directly links academic study to engagement with communities beyond campus. TLAD students both explore and contribute to the development of new practices in art and design teaching across an arts learning continuum spanning from kindergarten to college and beyond.
- MAT / MA
- 1-year Teaching / 1-year Art + Design Education graduate programs
被多人轮到站不起来-In (and out of) the classroom
In both the MAT and MA programs, practice-based studies with RISD professors and visiting professionals are enriched through ever-evolving partnerships with the RISD Museum, Brown University, community-based youth arts organizations and public and independent schools.
被大肉捧征服的妇人- Clear Vision of Empowerment
A Sony-supported residency is giving artist/educator Nitashia Johnson MAT 15 the momentum to move inspiring creative projects forward.
被大肉捧征服的妇人- Learning to Connect through Filmmaking
Educator Tom Flint MA 18 develops a series of filmmaking workshops that bring together teens from radically diverse backgrounds.
被大肉捧征服的妇人- Working + Growing Together
Married alumni Chris Buzelli 95 IL and SooJin Buzelli 96 IL showcase the power of creative collaboration at RISD’s ISB Gallery.
After RISD, TLAD alumni go on to work as art educators and advocates in a broad range of contexts. Recent alumni now hold rewarding positions at organizations as diverse as the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, the Mattress Factory, the College Board and the Hive Archive. Alumni are at work helping to preserve American Indian culture, promote Portuguese art and culture, and help young Tibetan refugees express themselves through film. And of course, countless alumni are bringing their energy and commitment to teaching and mentoring young people at public and private schools throughout the country and the world.
被黑人玩得站不起来了-Alumni at work
Tamara Kaplan built on her BFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University by turning to arts education, simultaneously pursuing double master's degrees in teaching at RISD. In 2000 she began working with Providence's New Urban Arts (NUA), a nonprofit organization that offers a safe environment for low-income high school students to make art and develop caring relationships with adult mentors. In 2013 she earned the RISD Alumni Association's Art and Education Award for her groundbreaking work at NUA.
被黑人玩得站不起来了- Jeffrey Seaberg MAT 09 | artist/educator
After teaching for several years at Bolivia Elementary School in Wilmington, NC, Jeffrey Seaberg followed his dream of working abroad and is now in London teaching at TASIS The American School in England. He builds on his studio work with students by maintaining the art department's blog and leading service learning trips to Romania. Seaberg also continues to pursue his own art work and to show around the world.