Art Education

   

Sara Ganz Blythe, Director of Education at The Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, explains the museum’s tradition in educating the public about art, Barbara Wong, Executive Director of Providence CITY ARTS!, talks about her organization’s vital role in developing art education in the community, and, Paul Sproll Professor of Teaching & Learning in Art and Design at RISD details his program’s commitment to educating art educators and their roles in the schools.

Credits:

Hosted by: Martina Windels
Executive Producer: Joseph A. Chazan, M.D.
Producer: Richard Goulis
Director: Pablo J. Mijares
Audio: Andrew Gannon
Video: Scott Saracen
Videotape: Daniel Alves
Lighting: Joseph Brathwaite
Cameras: Patrick O’brien, Michael Mercurio, Theodore DiLucia
SteadiCam: Joseph Brathwaite
Editor: Scott Saracen
Makeup: Kirsten Brusse, Joli Visage
Consultant: Candita Clayton
Music: Keith Munslow
Rug courtesy of: Meg Little

For Rhode Island PBS:

Program Director: Kathryn Larsen
Production Manager: David Marseglia

Produced in association with Rhode Island PBS


About:
- A topical discussion program co-produced by NetWorks Rhode Island and Rhode Island PBS. It addresses issues facing artists in Rhode Island and is designed to heighten awareness of the artistic community within Rhode Island.

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